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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00083
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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/tlsl/famJltn S Senior Leaguers Win District Title; I

Q < ITo Compete In State Tourney Friday

1 1Y 1t 1x I J, f I'1I.'n pitched tile I't'rnnn. on will: (hums bv the catcher, pepped' ti thud In ,end the Inning, Kennx I 1.lIlIraNt'r, Mike ('nO/lI'r./
Jurt which li whit and when li I Idina li" mil Senior Itautt All. David) Johnsin. mil (tarry, RIP Iiullin liver eollertid om hit inlh llnrv' Iviee and J, P AlIl'nlot the
when' Just recently Martin Lu / [ Stars In the di Mi'let title\ and tic r nerd.,I Ki." nnliiniiistcr I humid to <> Kexinlh bill Mien struck oul four hilt made' hy Mrnuncllna II IIhJl'fI'Y
ther Khj|, who( Is exploiting hit right li' Navel ti" Oilanih lor the cine Allen n with 1 the I Illth run of 2 ant kilt I UK linil bailer. lo pup KnnlHeh kelllntf/ 2 lei leidImliiin I
race 'lor all he Is worth warned slate meet as he set l tlic Indian, tile Iranu lliblti, Williams pop out to I I.III11'IIh'l'i ut third to slid Itiver In hilling.
of a leiig hit summer Now, after i River City Team down with JiiM | pcd to Short' and Slave Bcvlllo the ball 'ilium (Continued on Page Seven)
(on'en Ing unrest In the South he g five bus to win the dime. 84 *
has returned! to the North where I Fern, nilina was cnjo>big a 1 1.0
the real trouble has erupted, and lead In the game until the fourth
Is suggesting, along with other tie- Inning vies Indian River came up
fro lenders, that the demonstration I with 2 rune lo lake a 2.1 lend in
cease until after the election, I smz the &game:: hut Hrninelni< knotted
1* Mi( siiggcstlen: coming fromthese I the RI'1I11'lltlt a lilly In the last
leaders or are they just pissIng of the loiirth
It along/ from those who do not I
Fern' iiidin i set led In the (list
like the Intuit. of the recent rioting, K when II:ink ",,,!t'y walked. Mile
hilly thc Icmlcrs In the civil rights ? _.H.d ,ae.NFa, second and KC' reel when lit,'rvl
leKlsliillon become that this
aware Rice win\ safe at i lust on in nror '.
will hurt LBJ i chances In his WILIH'R E. IHRBER, new president of the Rotary flub, takes over the gavel from The (>'lnu run win si'end In
srciilest/ sire nghi Id) as well as na.I I retiring President Hugh .F. Stone, Jr.. nt list week cannier meeting/ !left to right: | I the f inn,ill when" like C'''niur uln-
il mvldi or has Barry platform Charles Peacock, director; Barber, ftona; Ken l IVtliand. "secretary, and )Dick Calphin. I Igled and seined w hen a wild I Ihrovto 1 i iv
(I lit wide through,,
nil nn ni rh! of the PIplaino nut Ion shaken the director Officers not pictured are Ht'l llofjun. treasurer, John Duffy and Waller 111'si liv Hie.. ohOI'lsl"ll .in' a l>urgeKS .

hard 1r.II'r;( tort of the! leftists, Preston, Jr., directors. Stone, according to club custom! assumes the vice presidency. greinndi, A\ i .v w Y'R l 1 1
I 2 in the 1
Indiin 1 Miser Keened
An llui nl)'ml IKI' tt Is amusli I''foiirtliuiH: :: walk:: (a ;Itlders; :iliolcc\ b f d t stn ,
;'i tllIe, Is tint ol Oovirnm
ond a eloiblp bv Jerry Iviiniseh
lljekefrller! where record stems India:) II,vc'r Heine'd twice III the
stuck on I the word 'extremist' 4' I sixth I" lake a 4.1 had In I the
Kikotlrr, (Hiked l< ng and loud game alter. I Hininelini K' ire'el a DISTRICT CHAMPIONS:\ and headed for the stale. tourney in Orlnndo ridiv 1 are the

al Ito Caw Palace on extremism single In tho fifth A Kimaudlinerrrr local Senior I,eague All-Stars. Left to right, Nut Smith, manager Hulilm Williams,

as it eimenial one faction, Ills. /mil singles by Me, .Toll'si"i' Her) I Rite Kenny Lancaster, Jerry F-lInk Un, David Johnson, llirry Rice, \\ inlimIltrriH

marks In,at ixlrcmlsm entirely In different R"Ches.ter i 'I I Collins and K ninth aecounted f for Robert Thornton, Hank Ballet, Mike ('onner, Lee Godwin; Doc Burgem, J. I'.

faction were Jut: t which an side li he on, the runs Frrnandina hid stored Allen, AI Gonzales; coach, and Buddv Burgess, \ \Ice president of Little League\ In
I know who he aln't for. As a localliar' qty s 1 In the fifth when Allen walked scored dirge of the Senior DMsion. (Another member of the teum, Steve Uevllle, was not
side He'mud, and third and
rtcintly had It en a sign, present when picture was made.)
on a fdMr' chili'c. -
Au 1120 The big( frame far Fernand'

came in the sixth when' t'try' sor I Dees Funeral HereInterment I II I Dedication Ceremonies Slated Sunday
How about thi( Senior lcguers' cd five run Birvl Rice' Milked to
'! According to all who saw them j open I the: Inning;., :Mike Conner I

perform while winning( the district walked to push Rile I iii> see'ml. a Monday I For Dr. Ralph Wolff Beach Park
title, they were terrific!! And no : ft double steal I pnl Rico en. Ihliel and ,I ;
doubt many of their supporters will I Conner on second Buwss drink
fellow them to Orlando trldiy for 10"1\; t(avld Tohiuon w' ilktd l hit f fill In Jacksonville Dr Ralph Wolff Brach Park wll I I Mayor F, J, Johnson Jr, will d,'.
their crack< at the state title Good t (the bases HHITV Jtlec bunted In be dedicated Sunday afternoon I li n liver a wil wu> "ti 1 dime In alien.
luck, boys! front of the p'tilc' to sure lie'ylRice appropriate circmonlcs bcglnnln,I1 I dance and will muke the pimonln-
J, P. Allen hunted,I In (runt Odd! Irma M. WIIH burled MOD at 2 p,mI linn tC:f honor giu'sliI ,
I recently saw the local Junior !IOlmplc lof the plate to see re Cornier aid day In nniMawn' rriiiidrv at. Jack TIe Improved area at the hem h I I'' Ilie inviuallin", and binullrtlnn.
team In action In a swim .&.." < ---, lonvllle CllIl1wll1l1 I fiiiurnl at the 1 I Ilind arcits slated for future ins will I be hv lIce( Nelson Mny.rjer y
Fllsl H. iitlKl (hnnh at 3 Tho KI'I''I'C
mitt U t the recreation pool and LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES to Boys Stale, Duane Rowland and !Mike Rlant, told Rev limes' T Dinnnm pin, pastor, provcminl ire Included In th; I P C Memorial I I Methodist t
was surprised and delighted at the I Funeral ; Park, which Is named for Di 1, Church.
members of American Legion Post 51 of their experiences in Tallahassee aa they addressed Today otlichlitl, Grieve'side RI'rvlce'al
enthusiasm .
Intense interest and Wall C In lionor of s lifetime of see The dedication addreis will be
that last week. The two youths were presented by Legionnaire Albert conducted by Amelia Lodge No, 47
In this group .
that has been generated vice to the betterment of the com given by Cordon T Butler, execu.!
sport In such a short time. The Hlrth. chairman of the Americanism committee, which encompasses the choosing of ForJ.W.LovellEunpral F & A M munlty, live secretary of the Florida Leti t
team deserves a great deal of credit -I Boy Staters. Left to right, Rowland, R>'Iant, Hlrth, and Post Commander Melvin:\ : Mr\ De-el died,lacksonvillo early Saturday --- i gun of Municipalities and a former
for the strong showing they Dougherty. mornlni. In a hospital .major of Fcrnandlna' I ,
for John Wesley UnrH82''Wait extended IllnrtsHe Beech:
an I
made against a team from Jesup ---- Revs James Stertz t FulUiwUig Ms d Duller
' ,. held today, at 2 pm.1t was a menibcr of the First I r
' Ca, that has been compiling statewide ., will present Dr, Wrltf and Ilio
'I Named Director Oxley Mortuary Chapel with Itev'Ilarold Baptist (Church Amelia Lodge/ 47 .
for five Callahan Woman plaque will be unveiled by members
Power Service K. Bowen, pastor of bins. Nassau Chapter 49 RAM and Morocco .
To At First
iOf Texas Bank more Methodist Church officiating Temple, Jacksonville Speak of the City Commission and
In an article In this issue Cot the City Planning and Advisory
: To Grand He was assisted hv Rev Larry He Is survived by the widow,
Walter Preston civil defense dIrector Interrupted By Jury Hoard,
Dixon. pastor cf Yulce Methodist 2
tells that the hurricane season followed In Mrs (.lira Decs: Iwo daughter/ Baptist August Members\ of the City Commissionare
Is upon us again What h* did I Murder Church Interment Mrs Norma Chaneey and Miss Mator Johnson L L. Bolnn-
: On ChargeAt Basque Bcllo Cemetery
not say was what defense we call Lightning SaturdayElectric I Shirley Does, all of Fennndma Rev James Stir will speak' / II non, Ilillon L. Kitchens Ben SON
Mr Love died Turi'lav mllrn-
expect from the big winds that Heath: a son Gordon Dale Dees, the First' Baptist! Church on Au. discn and John D Tlllakos
will sweep across this nation during power to some areas of i'>n Inquest Monday, a cnro.ners ,I Ing In Humphreys Memorial II'is- US, Ainiv. Alaska: a grandson, HUM 2. at bulh 8 30 and 11:00:( a,m, Members of the Planning and
the period from now until the the city was Interrupted for ap. u jury recommended Hint a pilot George Odd! Chaneey, FernnndinaIHiirh services AdvlHoiy Bosrd are Dr Wcllf.
1 I Callahan Negro we'man. Beatrice He Is survived by a lingh'ir. : two sisters Mrs, JuanllaI I
end of the 14 political season proximately 3D minutes Saturdivafernocn A / '' Ralph Kear, chalimnn, Baleen Cor.
have great respect for tropical | when lightning struck Dyson, be held for grand jury action Mrs A J, Itlnck of .IJI'k'I'lIviJiI'' : . (Continued on Page: ,:Two,) '" the local '. ftatlon and burnedup a son, Albert Lovcll if crndiidliu Adele J-emuerson/ Lake Clly, I Jr
a large! translormcr The accused Is being held In the Beach: three flcpdiinjiti. Mrs Pullbeiiiers' avv A. J, Rowland dedication will be held In I the
Dugmar Ludke of Jnc'ksoinillo, LiluBi'ri M Me Ke'mine, L. C. I''siren
The big transformer, which county jail on a murder chart' In where resent Ir/ll.rovcmunll
Weiner Accepts weighs 45000 pounds and costs the alleged' slaving of William I Mrs. Emma rinks uf l"i" 'rnui'd,n:iBeich Stem. I Laurence Shank rank ULumhrUil r Include a handnome pavilion and

$59,OCO. was one of those Clot! steps I liamplin, Callahan Negro, and Alias t.::1,1'I Sidirqumt, and Norman O llvlellenirary i additional picnic facilities fur vis.
down the 69,000 volts from the The Inquest was held hl'f"re of Tutee: a Nh'on| i Erik Srdrr'( / piillliearcrv wrt num.UlS / If (lion to the benchArranmmenls ,
Post With Palm Jacksonville power lines to the 12.. I County Judge J, E, iGcnei quest of Jacksonville/ : a sister Mrs. of Annlia l..eidgi*. fir the dedication

470 volts needed for local consumption theilord with Thus, J, Shave, Jr.I, Margaret> Garvin of Iluliah, ; fiuibrilhcrs ft at arc be'Inn handled by City Manaflir/ ,
Beach Schools I assistant state attorney George 1 l I.t'wll tlI ,Tuck Dean Robert Parks + David Oalchel and city peisonnel

A spare transformer, for such the Interrogation of wit nesses, itontiniicd' on,,Page Tool To Speak (Continued on page two) : ..
--- MondayAt
emergencies was pressed Into ser. Also on Monday, Wcatherfurel -
John T, Wclsncr, Nassau County
vice and service was restored as r. heard caves nn breaking/ and en Merchants Discuss Whitney Hall I
Superintendent of Puble t
C. E. Cox Rites
fast could make the terlng with Inlenl to commit a
a* crews
ton, announced this week that he Will Love Hardee of Brownsville Better Credit Rating
switch The burned.out transform. I :I,I felony. Dean Hubert Parka ef SI. John
is his post effective Au. Texas has been
er has been shipped to the AlllsChalmers appointed a member First to be heard was the cave Procedures Here i ,liilhediul In Jaeksonvlllo vlll be Held
gust 13 and has requested Governor of the board of directors of the ;I WednesdayFuneral
plant in Pittsburgh to be of Albert Simmons Callahan Ne 1111'l1I1"t spenker at St I'cleri
Farris Bryant to appoint Dean, rebuilt' said J, D, Daugherty, Flor. First National Bank at Browns gro, charged with breaking( and Director of the Fernandina Reach, FpiKcopul, Church, Monday Au. 8.t' .
Elankcnshlp to his unexpired term Ida Public UHitics Co division I ville. according to W. 0. Rcberson, entering a place cf business belonging Merchants\ Association IPI'lIt1,1'\ ,gust 3. 800 pm In Whitney Hall was held Wedncaday Jn:

manager, i president to Raymond Milton Sim mijor) part of the monthly mielnK/ The iMinen\ if the parish 'have Sanford NC. fir Charlie HICTir:
U I I Hardee moved to Brownsville ; mono entered a guilty plea and Tuesday with a discussion of bet. I Invited Dean Parks to speak on t' Cox, 82: who dud Sunday ;In Hunt.phrycs I
N from Fernandlna Beach In 1950 and I I was bound over to Circuit Court her credit rating procedures for Spiritual I Healing This subject has w I Memorial Hospital
rr r Legion Auxiliary has spent his entire business carter 'I The cases of three Fcrnandlna I this city i businessmen, I been discussed In the Episcopal':, Rev, Stcrtt, Southern Uapllut Mr Cox Is survived by t slttteir,

} "> Plans Bake Sale In the shrimp Industry He III Beach men, charged( wllh break The procedures of lucccmfil 'I Church for some limo and has re* I missionary, helps Baptists from Miss Annie Cox of Burlington,
s president and principal stockholder leg and entering the local)) Western credit rating agencies/ In the lurg 'rrnlly begun to come forward for t I:hc Inilcd Slates organize and NC.: (five nieces Mrs\ Howard
For August 8 of several corporations with the Auto Store on Sundiy, July 19, re. ,pr cities wan tiled hind Hums Bail. I j I Icy urloiis study) and cnnsldi'ration. 1 nalnljin Engllsh language churches Vunzont, Mrs, Orville Sounders and
The American Legion Auxiliary base of his operations at Ilu' suited In guilty pleas from all the I said that he would contact such Tlc l local church will bl'l/ln/ a str. I n Germany Serving as a district Mrs, Violet! Alexander nil of Ferny "

4 .! r I will have homemade cokes, cook. shrimp basin Brownsville accused I 'Jacksonville agencies and make 8 'let of lectures on Faith Healing In j missionary I with the Association andlna Beach, Mrs Martha Slounif
M' .eaC"s Ics and candles for sale on Salur-l i Also appointed to the board vast I Charged In the breaking and en. report 1 at the next meeting, i the': near future DiptlxtJ I In Continental Europe (iur.N Orlando and Mrs Tillie Crane
day, August 8. In front of Allans hoeing are Edwin Curtis Hamoton' The meeting was comtuded;: bv'' Bush men and we:men of the I g wtiUulion of Fnglliih lunguawhiirclesi Of, Brew Ion. Ala,I three! neihcws.BUI I
I Store on Atlantic Ave, Henry Llndslcy, also of Browns.l Charles Milgham and Larry Sharp hesidcnt Lewis Kmscr In thi' |nrlsh: as well as guests' of oilierlini r he works with IB duir. \ COil and Francis Cox Hrniin.
The sale will begin at 9 a.m. and I I II vlllc, who Is affiliated with pliikn.I. The trio was bound over to Cir 'I Lhambcr I of Cimimret, offite1 at i isolations, aru cordially In. I rhea and mindnns, The eongitga.K dins Beach, and Juhn Cox of'
I continue: until all goods are sold, Shipping.: Co cull Court I soyslone Hotel!, I '

I World's Fair Bound Ski Troupe From St. Petersburg Visitors; Here Monday Afternoon f.

Rough: weather on the Intra-.
coaxial Waterway delayed the so.
'a w 4 Myx w. wa rv. oq fyy ruti ivul of a tnmpu of water nklorT,
I 9 Yq hound from St t etmburg to theWorlds .
Fair In Nw York, but i I
Blankenihlp Is the Democratic 4l1'ti J failed to dampen| the reeeptien, accorded -
nominee lo that post and it without rb them by 11I'or E.: J.
opposition !in the November Johnson Jr. Chamber of Corn-
general election He would officially mere* I'rt-sllent Reed lewt-lltn, i";
accept his new position la January the hnHtCHHes at the Honda Marine It,i,
Welcome Station and olhorIUCH -\

Continued( on Page Two) eltl/enN. I .
A The skiers, Ictt I St.> Peteuburg I",
Fernandina Beach 'j 0; ,7 on July I nl.I sra, expected; I pd,
1 to arrivI at the Fair on Auitm sir
Weather I 9 after 17 days of nkling The 1,

U S Approved Weather Station 4 trip I Is a Joint promotion if tho
South, 7th Al Lime Street St Piteriburif huniher of ('"", .1
Max. Min. Rain miice, Jihnnon !Mature, neluir
Th irsiLn J ily 23lrid.iv Refining Cu., tint Hoildii Devel-
: July 24 = ; :,431:: i b opulent CommisHion, und other
Saturday. July 23 83 73 13t munufHeturvrs of spurts equipment .
Sunday July 28 82 72 188 .
Sunday. July 27 78 711 .77 The 10 skins. who alternate

\ttdnuiliy Tuesday, July, July 28 29 89 88 70 71 0 0 I M V\OR E. J. JOHNSON J&, given keys to the city to ONE OF THE T\\'() ISO.VIS being used by the skiers in ; INKVITAIM.K: ; ; t"JUIU.JItXG.) ( ..; Jt'lt'ta; >4 over throughout 1,Olio) miles elll.h of day,water will cover averaging .

skier! as Herb White took en. Reed Lewellen, Chamber wned the skiers b\ pretty MISH I'eiuy Malone, Welcome better than 100 miles a
The'"filler",.. ",In,at'furnished" "'"'p.eaurleayv t.., of Commerce president, holds one of the souvenir their trip from St. I'etrrxburx to the World's, Fair in New stalli.n llostCHH., Chief hcmtebs IJaroara 1'jron aided in day Thoy will visit most of the

I.uJJn ulh,, 7'h,' CuOr.lvi lime !atflelLuus Cbolnu towel presented the visitors lork U shown HI it entered the city marina on Monduv.. the hospitality (Continued on Page

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Two ."ew -Leadtr--, leinandina Beach Florida -- Thursday, July :30):>, 1164- -- I Preston Announces -If d P., =h 1-- Colored Deputies "

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Weather Report

FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER VA Consultant The ID Preparedness Steve Rick,' OMmer Set State: 'MeetingAt

511 ASH STKtCT PHONES J686 3681 To Visit Area Weather Station al ZflCJ MacGrekorBlvd. I

Assiklant Slate hcrvlep Olf'cprJe.sp'i I J American lfeac"IThe
A John H.; Perry Newspaper | Crawford will be In rern.indiiu Garden Basket CoimftitteeMeetrngCol MIX. Mm, Rain I "
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-:3: Rev ('OMwttll. Fdltor end M.*i.rL Beach on Monday: Augu',1 I, Thursday July 23 90 73 T ? '

': 3, from 2 to 4 p,m. at 1111t ounce <'tf'ciiin'v n\ JANE SCOFICLD Walter J. Preston Jr., Nac- Friday: ,/Ul t:421: 88 74 021 I Florid' A lWcli,.U<* of \puroDrpity

ARC AIDIITU PAID CIRCULATION I : Service O:fleer The man 0IU tllU County Civil Defense Director, 81 74 163: : Sheriffs wilt, hole! Its twelfth

Puljllfhcd and entered at the Pont Mike Sunday, July 26 88 72 .67 annual obnvpntlon! it .AmprlranBosch
every / P'. II North 4th St, In Florida August Is considrr.-d lint sl Grograihlc Sirlcty: bmK, this week slated a Disaster Pre.
Fenuntlina Reach, Florida ss setund class muil matter | -___ pa-ertnm Committee meeting for Mondjy, July 27 78 72 .22 Augus 2.3. Delegatps; will tiehoused
last menus of the The \\'ord\ : In Your Garden", calls"a :
10 irdunliu American Bench ..,
Sub rlptio" tUirt: living mc/ntmcnt, to the science August 11 at .8:00 p,m. In the toun- Tueiduv. July 28 89 73 T it the MId
(4 a year 1123:! 8 munthn f 1.25 S Months : Just Etambiin'Contlntird! vcar Aside from maintenance --a'ao I Iho arl-tr tie bildist and ty courthouse! Wednesday, July 29 fII( 72 0 ITl.tal | of M. Barnett and the La SI.
rhorcs! there I Is little to da tutfainnt :
this mont: to dale sin of L, Jieksoa
S4M) a year' nut of county In railing the mpetlnij, Prpstonlold rainfall
-. be d-'ne better In Bcptemb"r selector'It crnmlltpe members thrt the -758 inches On Sunday, a prrgrntti wm beheld
I ( from Pare 0111'1i I rather fortunately so for I 1:1:iccnrt'enpr lice been In the memnry of ,

n "C'd: Jan: ever !really:.f take a !oak a at t Kkt's Brier t.ia Real?'" i dlsturhnncps bit far crertpr fear enervated bv Aiigitvthent many of us that dnnlas have tak. hurricane secant Is upon us sealn of rcrnanflm at Macedonia Erich AMFCliureh eUl; ,:"0
and It Is believed a review of our Local CD pm
I of HIP path this country ts currently Those Inclined In work him. :n apld i strides toward the vibrant GroupTo Li(
plans and preparations Is moot The piog/am. with Williams
over, may dill stand In hie!) shah ei lured a.d: enormous size beau. per. Gulf ,
traveling.'Y I llnent" Attend serving asjM.C. will be aft follows
nail pit rulllnqi of pniriolllas red tics thn are today That crime along

Connrntihiinn to Judge J. E a .tili'a< Into a renting box They in the 190':;) when, as with the The Disaster Preparedness: Commilter Weather Conference The Invcca!Ion, ell I'n by Rev

Ri Gene, Wcilmrlord( en being hm. may plant! Into cosmos, !!3I11ard:. //IIt'rlI3 ilsles we wrote of re- formed In 11(12( his: as Its Gilyard; tipa.der! of Macedonia

aced bv his fcilow ]iidiei s tliroirh as, and zinnia In garden beds, end unity, plant breeders began to expclment members th" following who are OI Waller J. Prcst-n, Jr. Civ. Church, will be' folk wedbv ,,the

\ out the state At the recent slate Kit off to an early start with pp. with chremosnnci that: Muled with their official CD capacities II Defense Director, for Nassau wclcimc by W Weston, president
rnnvertltn rf the Flrrlda County tunla seeds In a flat They may conlrcl plant heredity, County will be In Biloxi, M:ss., on I Greetings, will be.fxtended by

Judges' Assoela'lnn' hew as nan- plant 1 lupine the end of the meals So gfl out and tike a look at David Gltch"l. City !Manager\ August 7 and 8 to attend the Gulf Sheriff II. J. ,Youngbjood, Profosg.

1 cd as Nice president This honor for spring blorm If they are really your newest zinnia Introduction, Fernandina Beach.\ I Hurricane Conference. or W. HI.c s, Senator H. Strallon,

t lends to the belief that he will!! un- anxious to start spring gardens for which you probably paid ten I I, W N, Galphln, American Red Attending along with Preston will I II and Pellee Chief J. R. Parker,

dnibtedy be named tu the presl.doney from scratch, rr rather seed rents a pant! or fifty cents for avery : Crrss, ,' ''I be three members of the local Disaster Frllow'nd'! olo by hart: W M.

y k// next yeir Weatherford spcpvlarlty planted In September or early Oc.tober few seed; remember tr edrabbest I James A'',Ward, engineering I Preparedness Committee W, Sessions; Deputy Qirtls Telfalr

j I In his hcm county was when weather Is more fav. most t Insignificant zinnia I Julian Pahnre, communications. N Galphln, Harry Poole and JamesA will' Introduce the speaker, Nassau

attested rrrently when he was re. orable to starting off small/ seedlings you have ever seen, then think ofa Dr Fred, Woolsey. health and I Beard I County Judge J. E Weatherford

; named Nassau County Judge without there are certain ones which very young man (he was only hospltai.zatlonEmcroy Professor. J. B Bryant will render

opposition in our o'lrmte require a m'nth rr 32 when hi died) being chased by Walker, police a silo Ml I or which a scholarship

six weeks, rre-chlHIng In the re. bandits In the wilds of Mexico Ray Caldwcll, news media Information Funeral Today ivl'l b' presented to Willie Bouniz

One quote In the Congressional: frlwrrtor such as delp"Inlumbrlispjr I I cf CaHaliM! .by F Ccleman. .

Record that should meet with ap. snapdragon, viola, pansy Bill Alexander, Information via Continued From Page One) H MoWNwill Introduce the dcp.utlcs .

prcval of all\ who' favor Social!sm etcDaylily. Youths In Stolen Radio Station! WPAP sonvllle, Herbert Lovcll of Miami I Mlowed/ by tie benediction.

: I Is one frcm LBJ en Jan. 13 of this growers have settled an Ira W. Hall, transportation and Rufus Lovell and Sherman On nightAugust Irdjprlnninl ,
Robert B. Johnson shelterHarry Lovcll, both of St Marys, Ga., 11 ,: :
year when he Issued the rlnsslp! Ai'gust as tiring the best time tem"vc Car VtM pm., I the Flk's
statementVc ire going to try to ApprehendedAfter Poole, chairman Civil Defense grandchildren and 27 great-grind-
the plants, (Hint bplna (he I Lodge Ljffil| ,, 1410 will sprnsor therVsk'cnli
take all cf the money that we mrst dormant season but they: al>< council children Dill ot Evans' Rindir
1.i I think Is unnecessarily\ being spent go along with the Idea of planthj Wild ChasePeouh Dan Daughcrty, public ullllllos. Pallbearers wore, Johnny Till- 1 '

and take It from the 'have. and them while you can tee the blroni Walter J, Preston, Jr, disaster akos, Bobby Little, Joe Foughty] ?" tow'I American lch.t\rusle: will

give It to the 'have nnts that needIt and at any ether time wh"n the coordinator and committee chairman H. I. Peterson, Herbert White and I Ie> by t'le] Corvette., with donations

I so much" Why not Just put It plant Is nnt In a flush' of growth Sheriff George Courson William H. Miller I ilCO.
j all In shuffle the deck and nave chaRe to a speeding auto early I
i one pot A them Objectives of the Committee ere ------- -- -
s prod way to get( off to a after .
Wednesday being rrouest.rd
cut high: cards or would this require running' start would be to preparea to develop plans to minimize loss
by Callahan city police to blork
too much effort from the of life and property which could'
by digging deep and Incor. .
Its escape at Yi'lee, which resulted
r es P rf chronic have nets already feedingat porating Into it well retted dairy result from a hurricane strike: Inform .
r In he app-ehenslon of three
the welfare troughs fprtlllrpr the public before, during and j
and Icafmnld pi'is a gen
ths In stolen
a car.
t r ior Crete sprinkling of bone meal and yoi after a hurricane of what action to
Ig F I am/ hearth In: accord with tV Courses said he reel'lvl'dlhe call take ': ""i'
r fine of the minor element prenarx train emergency operating i
about 1:10 am and joined the I SWAPPED FOR 4
community lenders of tho so-call I'
V ... lions such OS Eftm'ml' When personnel: and pre position critical '
chase at the Intersection of State
ed depressed city of E kins, West ready t to move the dayllly' clump equipment and suppllps ''It s!rateele ', ;
rbndarmffa/ &/'ty CouncU '! Road 20) and Highway 17 utile
: Virginia, currently plagued by un. .
I Is dug as a wh'le and then carp- p:ace.I'' !"n hurricane( conditions
emcloyment In refusing to seek fully divided Into Individual fans car approached at a high! speed are Indicated.Weisner IT
I from Callahan.All THROUGH THE
fedl'rallId.. these leaders have a
: EVENT-S-I / '
for The easiest mis.
CALENDAR OF LOCAL stock answer for those who attempt efforts t II? force the car to )
take make Is them too
to planting
sto falied and the vehicle continued
them to take this av. ?
COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after lit Mondaj I to pcrsucde"we're sick sad tired nf dppp, the heavy moisture stnr'ng! Into Daval County where the I AcceptsContinued 7j

--- Commission Chambers enue, roots hove a tendency to pull the 'Irell'nslon was made it Ocean. WANT ADS
about Just tell tie rJi
ClTV COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7;30 p.m. City people hearing In Washington/ pixerty we litcnd topun plant down still! fur her Plant wy when the motor on the stolen I I ( from Page One) ld

Commission Chambers ourselves bootstrap them as you would a rrse, making 1"62 Chevrolet convertible burned Weisner, a veteran of 2} years is j
by our own
up a little mound on which to set 'the In Nassau County schools! has ac.
HOSPITAL TRUSTEES: 3rd Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital Dining *." Bravol I up. 7
crown and slloerdng! the rootn'the': : ceptcd a position as administrative 2
+ Room off I I Driver of fie vehicle, stolen from Ii I
I crown should not be set more than {] asslsfnt to the Beard of Public
used lot Gainesville
car was
t SCHOOL BOARD lit Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30: amSuperintendent's I had an interesting ta'k' with en Inch deep The foliage Is1 'elll t tback I a 19 year.old William Lee Kirby: of Office Jesse Tiner this week about his recent
? to Barbadra, where he to bout six :Inches A mulchis CorkvaJe. Tcnn who said he had I I He was' first elec'ed Superlnten-

J P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3;30 p.m. Jr Visited trip with Sam Mcrrowr and fam- fine for vigorous I plants and]j been visiting In Gainesville Hlsj I dent of Public Instruction In 1043
: CtfetorlumrTA
t sigh Ily, who recently moved freer flowers. according to Mrs Munconi I companions were Karen Mellon, I I and was' reelected to three succeeding .

MEETING let Thursday 8 p.m Jr. High Cafetorlum Fernandma Beach to the West Indies of the .Muwon\ Royllly Garde,!'** \11GalncHlfie'MiuCjf'one age 17, of Starke and Herbert A. terms before losing to \ .

: KlWANIS / wmtk hell, Ponds, 18, of Wildo. Blankenshlp In the May primary of --
CLUB Each Monday 8:41\: p.m. Seaside Inn Jesse trip to the distant Island
plants It multiply rapidly. Uirn {] Courses said the boys had been this
IIOW'ITAL f AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:10 p.m. Hospital' was made aboard one of the cein cultivation Is better t/| 'I I earlier | year I Soft Water Provides Carefree!
Dining Room new additions to the shrimp fleet are'won. at the) cur lot In Gainesville I Prior to his e'ectlon! as Supcrln ,
of the Barbados Seafood Company, The lay August days I Tuesday looking at the car, re- I, tendent he served as teacher

JA.YCELS; Each Monday 8 p.m, Recreation Center Lounge In which Y, E. Hall and Jack 0'. dcrful cam for ,looking IcarnOiU ahpa0ndplarnlnq ,I turning' about 10 fiat night to drive I coach and principal In Nassau Summertime Beauty, Care I

: LIONS. CLUB Each: Tuesday 7pm( Seaside Inn Calla han of this city hn'd Interests reading. and u- It off County schoolsWeisner I ", t
bout new plank' and varieties tar Summer sun and wind can play
The Mellon girl had been
Jesse said that rough\ weathers I rppnrted ,, Irst of friend'In
ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noun Luncheon Scasld future crnvprsatlrn ppces: Th1 leaves a havoc with the complexion and
from her home for several
INNAMERICAN required battened dawn hall'hl"l missing this county who wish him wel hair
beginning, to|I
fall catalogues are '
da-1. She' was returned to the
of the dews' bit said :
most trip swimming sunbathing
golfing ,
nn I In his new position. ;
; LEGION let and 3rd Mondays 8pm( at Legion, that the natural beauty of the Is-j come In. not only wish btoks bill I custody of her mother Wcdnesdav I boating all outdoorfun

..Home I, \ bake! full of .* Irt of helpful 1.1frrmitlen Kirby and Ponds are being held activities l exposing us to the
0 land was well' werth being cooped | ,.
I UT7 H- NNiAM"IldAR1T< : (} ...' 3r Chambers them Wo /lower' show judges an' I Alaehua County authorities, who V ef care of skin and h,ir at the ;
He said lint the Innovation .j
days I time we want to bo most Jt} ,
fold hv Instructors to read allthe : very
I WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg.I of thy I shrimp ind"sfy In Barba. our hold warran'' for auto theft, forgery I carefree. fI, 1 ,
From Pace Oncl I .
cataloull'e con acquire "
I OF AMERICA Nassau (1i\ s, pioneered: by II ill and atmncl plant and worthless checks on KirV Tully soft water provides i11' I
ROY SCOUTS: District Opm, 2nd Frlda> Cnla'ORUPS( frrm reliable Ponds Members of Dr. Wolff's family I
ales, had promoted a flurry of ac. and vurtlilc: on carefree beauty aid dong the i
Seaside innMERCHANT'S sped houses and nurseries phl I Un': who will'\ also be guests of relaxing summer months," stales I 1 ,
' tivlly as well as providing mnn> j )
ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon I excellent bulletins put cut by our honor at the dedication, are his I I a spokesman for the Water Can '
J Jdl for the na'Ive. of the Is. 1
Scanldo Inn new Slate Denarlment of Agriculture I I Rev. James Stertz wife, Mrs Raehel Wolff, Raymond ditjpning: Foundation. ). -,
land Jensen acrrunt of his trip, I :
s Further there Is nothinglike .
and the Fxlenslin I i S:rvlee of HIP Wolff his twin brother l ,t !
. CIIAMBER OF COMMrRCiS 3d Monday Luncheon 12:15 added to the glamir! of faraway Islands a soft water bath or shower to .t
Uutveralty of Florida Isy the founditlon and wife Jane, and Mis Agnes "
' Inn
henslde has mo about ready to II ow- (CcntlmiPd from Pane One> wash away the cares and heat of 1, ,if[ t' '
,' BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p m. 1st Monday each month awry on the next of the boats j fir a successful girdcnlnrf tlrns are comprsed primarily of louise White, his vranddauirhterMis I a sticky hot weather day when i I l" .
receiving csleloguc daughter, Mrs Robert White L't
1 y"or.H yiU) are not work is on the schedule. I i
tEN DUNCAN L CLINCII HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Mon heading on that Southeasterlycourse I $". .lrc.oII"I". write In and American mllltsry personnel and her husband and children are at With fully soft water available ., ./' flog "\ .
. day each month 8 TV Room at Recreation Center. their dependents becomes .
p.m. have your name pat: on their mall- I present out of state and unableto hot weather bathing : .f '
' NASSAU CHAPT NO 49 ROYAL : . ARCH MACON3:; 2nd and ego I Ing Mils. Some heroes require an ,:t -t', .
Not long Mrs. Dink Mircum Baptists abroad will do with and does it refresh, it also leaves the
4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Maaunle femeile passed en to mp a q''irtallon which Initial charge rt twenty.five Irmato wltheut In' order to have a cNrchMr ." body' free of sticky soap and dirt .' .tri-l'.iiiL: ........ .

AMELIA LODGE NO. 47 F. A AM. 2nd and 4th Tuesday she Is very fond of and I have hadnrcii'lciii I a dellar, bit they put out com Stertz Our most critical Ham Jewell College|| Liberty, Mo., films that can lead to skin irri the hair Even grandmother
. 8pm. anemic Temple read It user often I plrle' bit Informative core whirl I mor.s : I with the biclnlor nf arts degree tations"Softwaterbathlrgr"tha, .collected ram; water in a barrel'
to very I finding I qualified\ WCF
! lIo F.m LODGE No. 104 Kn'ghts of T/thias ht and 3rd Thurs : ':lul place on mv arp exppiFlve as wcl as worfivhi'e fill and from Southern Baptist Thc.o1Icgical for this purpose
as It was a sprc men for psstors' He helps : : spokesman adds, "provides cleanliness Hard water leaves halt l AM
. days II p.m, Masonic Temple i d|"tk. In passing It in, I hope that Read mtaloRUPs chile you the pulpits' rf pnstorle chareh"s.preaelt"A Seminary, Louisville, Kv protection not otherwise and lifeless It deposits a soap

FERNANDINA TEMPI: 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS -- 2nd and 4tii it Is equally nccrv'ablo' to euri s'esti' : then when you no to purchase I': every Smdiy\ condicts ) with the bachelor of divinity decree possible For soft water prevents film ortttcliy; curd on the harrt

Monday" of month at 8 p.m, Masonic Templo.CIIrTER I eiders i : Thank' lid every morn. firm locil: or mnibv ourc" s : ivanpelstlc! mec'Ings, teaches I William Jewell C liege lioncrcd 1 l the formation of soap curd and This sons aim' cuts down the
you will bo In a prsltlin to make him with a distinguishedalumni I detergent deposit ability of the hole to reflect light
55, ORDER EASTERN STAR let and 3rd Tuesdays/ Irg alien yea gel up (hut you have t'larc'h| stuely courses and works
the of soft
most fully :
better holeptlnn and to avoid spin award In 10; To make !much as 60%, according to
MaHonic Temple si. me thing lo eh lint, day wh'ch' with the churches In finding! ways 1 I I water for personal grooming. follow r.ea\, spokesman.aslicd )
of the moment 'irehnsi"s tor whirls;,, .
' SI'FBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M Recreation! Ctntel must be done whither yeu like It p ,' Io assH German Baptists with I I Before joining the Foreign Mission these suggestions \\ in hard water, haft;

lr Lounge '. ,.,, it I or not Belli f forced tit 'work, end sail have" no prepnrid sped In yaurgiiil 'vanjll'IIRtll'., missionary and. relief Board staff he was pastor of i 1. Bathe regularly In fully soft may even become brittle and lose

. IIIRISCU3/ / GARDEN CIUB Sid Monday of month at o .m, ferccd to do your brit t, will\ breedIn d' rber''wtir'br1'acme! pltrl' projects) First Brp'I Church, PcLand. Fla, water several times a day its wuve. vAn
and self.cnnlml, chases Hint veil run make onlv Central Biptist 1 Church New'nan. if destred.( Abundance of Soft water
. ROSE CIRCLE let Monday ..,................................................,. 8 r.M you' Itmppmmc lino'I.h 1 the cat'ilcKues, tinge Items I In addition to responsibilities a.I I fot bf'.at. 7 and shampooing1 a*
diligence and Htrennh if will, district missionary' he serves with I Ga. and Dupont and Graham Bap- 2. Remove dirt and excess secretions .
J FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Friday . 3 P.M.I which wish tn adventure will at io dirhwnohlerldtsndry
" on yen h dl- by using a
cheerfulness and:I coitcnl and a I t'ica "iatiru as representative tint Ch arches, .Dupont> Ind, 1 pure and : task
, MAGNOLIA\ GARDEN l..UII:! 4th Tuesday ............................ 8 P.M. hindnd virtues which' life Idle mvrr little' and Hint cannot be obtained to the German Baptist Union rector of religious activities at soap that lathers freely. is senility co ii,4fj ot,tamable homemaking where; there

J AZALEA GARDEN CI.IB 2nd Tuesday ............................... 8 P.M know Ihroi\'it'i sm ill 'r beat 1'lobI1611- clerk, end Interim Irl'ao"l'l'r" and !Mercer University', Macon Ga; 3. Rinse all soap front tho skin Is a water softener! iiibUllaUon m

. LO! i.tghthouoe Circle I
' STITCH.A-BIT CLUB/ Jot and 1r.l Monday _.. .................7:10:: PM I They ROY that 1 the' rpaltv snph's-' 1 will use joir' rntalokuts' :'.. for plan. the AR lIrll1l1on's anmiHl summer HIP Loulbvlllc YMCA I flout away the soup film. The! ont of this carefree equipment *

J Legion home how to rilune a "loRl'lthmll "being and Hun make your pmdmsea Foreign Mission Board she Slates on medical leave due to within 10 to 20 minutes: after is compiu'able to other equipment

SENIOR CITIZENS 2nd and 4th Thll'sdl1! HPC. Ccnlrr 7:30 P.M. deprived if f it.World's. from niarbv sources Leek In thjladvcrtisinunls i fraternal, rpnicspnlative: to Gprmm a health problem of their youngest bathing, uie a slightly/ frequr-utly need in tt'e homo For

1U1\IE JJoMO": 'rH TIO'l/' / 'J.1II1 2nd ThurxilavI I(unIt In garden'' n pllat.. child Luke: Their other children arid rinse A few drops of more details 1 on 1:\ow to select the
: and iilhpr magazines to dl'll'rmlncI vinegar In some rinse water right! typo of uoflencr for your
Mr. Stert and his family are Joe, Kathy, Jimmy, and John
Fair I just which catalrgups yell wish Io will do the trick. home', check the yellow panes! for
e wife' Fda and five children make Mrs Stem the former Edo been local
. order Your Countv' Agent In Hill- I Soft water has also long authorized Bolt water deal-
. I their home In Russolshelm Appointed Khrer, Is a native of Firnimlin rated most effective for shampoo- er.
lard :Mr G"rdnn Fills, Is the! ono
Continued( frrm Pale One by the Foreign Mission Beach, Ha
1 to contact for gardening buillIlnpili '
. principal cities on their route up Beard In 1961, Mr and Mrs. Stertt -- -- - -
I this bill .
. pod out In Florida I Ii
extend die first Southern Baptist> ,
IntracoasUlatervny' were
. but lost the \Ve found an 1 Interest tI Ins story of
my and, Rifts. | ; : ; missionaries assigned to Germany
. Leg; greetings
the zinnia i In Its initial>! ste, ) tnv nt'Mird '
cancelled check 'rho. e-nun U headed bv Jim Two other missirnarlcs! and four
. 'm In the plant woild The
. Gray manager of the Tourist first zinnia seeds cnllpctid by 3selrnllkt missionary associates now serve CLASSIFIED IS IOR

. weld Conventlun division uf the 1 1l'pre nlrn' hv ba id'ts and there (all arc primarily engaged I'
. St Petersburg Chnmlxr of Com- In English.language work I.
q1N then unbelievably niuinul la thecaner
. SIAIErO r4 Include. (niol Piitton III,
menu, It sums that these bindit': Mr and Mrs, Sterna first souuhlml'slriidiy
. I'lIulll'ounlt P! Dave Outten 21:!, 1N
appointment In ITU,
. pump German hot anUt \ ;: I
'elmil' l Outten 21, Betty Oiilrl
. M but l family health pr< Mem madeit
J :lann Zion, climb: Into lilt .., t'V'"ul r3E
:lit. Ramona WHIP 17 und lUndy mrimtalnii of Mexico and! rotuin unwise f II r them to git overseas n .

Rahe 2J:!, HH! Elgin: :31, hind De- Inh'nl'lIh' a tame .l1ek. whirh hey at thai time Instead he was In. .

bien 21 Another member nf thetrnipe imnu'dljile'y nilxtnok for \nNiib oiled tn Join the Board headquarters j NWr tI .t"+

. BUT DON'T LET IT WORRY YOU I I wilt B lll Kukcnilil; :U, treasure and captured! him When stiff In Richmond, Va, t 1I
who nlnslii'il, her leg on the MCC I
as an uselite' secretory for minsioniry -
illscn\ir that the sark'wtflllyd
W. photograph every check that through and forced to They j
posses cud day out vas personnel In his four ;
vli't' spids of the rtull/\pur.\/ Mar 4 r Uyy r.
our bank as well as the endorsement. If you have return home for tieiitmenthile year' with tie: personnel department I J
llowprs growing the
p'tah en mountnlnsUles
. : misplaced a cancelled check we eon produce a I \\ here the !erremp spent about they renponul tut he lie brought approximately

. photograph In a matter of minutes. SO minutes In tho wet'eom"station I was Insane Amon: them existed"' 200 candidates throigh the appointment

where they wpie trrnted procedure. .
. That's why you're wise to bill by check a sup<'rRtitii n Hint to harm a madman
pay every
coffee and from the
: Thats why you're wise tj, bank with us. Chniibcr to hot of Commerce gifts wan bad luck sn Ihi.v lot Dr: lie and his wife began reconsldprlng ..
wr /inn and his bal; of scedt j gb Iri/ their mlnslonary commit- .

1 e Mayor Johnson presented Grnv peace He returned to Gprmany men after the Board voted. In .

and Mi troune with thu le"l'< t1 red< bpjtin work to lm->\,o\'*,' tie: I De-crmhrr WI to station a co'iple ,xwry v, att.

1 the city and (,rn,', In return, pr.. lie wi'r, which clime, l'oJn'llI1lf'd after! In Germany 'My heart was truly ,

1I settled Johnson, with a i' 'it"f'pit"nrni his curly dpilh This ha >|>eird .'' 1lrftd.: explains Mr Sterna Ihe ,.1q

I FLORIDA National Bank 'luimincr him as nn honorary mad He: middle! rf the llli: : century on of German Immigrants. "Dur.ln .

rltl ell of St. Pctiri-burif, bit It was nol until, site eorlV! the weeks and menthe when

-.. ..-.................... 'H" I The troupe was tn spent I Monday nineteenth century tint iilnnia I Fda and I wrestled with this chalIcnge -
I at Fornandina leach night nt !'It.' Simon's 101 ltnd, seeds were sold in America seeds we re.ill/ed that our desire

Georgia: where they hud a sehed of dill quite Inferior flowers but t I"> serve its missionaries had never

wsr NM.Nw uled ski showArranrlnK I far suixrlir to the native Mcxlciri disappeared" I IF YOU BUY SELL TRADE i I !HIRE OR I RENTPare

the itop here wasHerb I species What has happened to the I Born In St. Louis. Mo, Mr, '' ,

I White, local Johnnon deal.cc. zinnia since then Is what Dr Wendell t-j Sterti grew up In suburban Map. I I

H Camp, writing in the Nd- wood.. lie graduated from WJ-

t I't '

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Lions Hear Report I. News-Leader.!! Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday. ,_ July ",0. 10(51! ( Page Three: ,
I -

I On Local Projects I Youth Retreat Begins Friday At Jetty LodgeA

By City OfficialsMayor >''>uth Retreat will be held a' MA HER PresentsANNUAL

the iim Lodge by the First Dap

E J. Johnson Jr. and list i niinh\ The Rttrcit will be

#, City Monitor David Ga'rhcl were Kin: ,n Krid,iv, July 31, and condo
guests of the local Lions Club Tuei. ue ''m'flush Saturday,

day night ind delivered another In 1I"'rclll1l/lhe fellowship and roe

a aeries of reports on proposed city ,I rentii, will be Miss Alclhca Hum
projects phicv missionary to Florida! who
mukes! her hrme In Cold Hill
The prcjrcts In question, as pre.
North Caitillna Sale
tented by Johnson and Gatchcl are AugUSt
Toe Retreat Pastor I Is Bill\ Gel Furniture
the proposed city sewer extension I
Her With Director and (training
and purchasing of the city water
rHARLES'A. unun, worker of the North Jack
son system from the Florida Public
oinillc. Church,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Loptien ws* Utilities Co.Johnson 1 Baptist
Hoi James Slertt, mlnslonan
eeenty awarded the traditional and Catchers presenta.lion .
from Germany will' also! sneak to
,''chiefs kit at cerement |njLeJeune was the tenth of a series that the toulh during the Retreat 5.PIECE BEDROOM
hive been delivered In recent
; N. C. Recotnliln his
weeks to local civic groups, community GROUP
,promotion to Chief Hospital leaders and union groups In Local Staters

:Corpsmi was Ll Colonel W, F an effort to better acquaint local Boy I t t DKKSSERMIIUtOR:

Doehler, regiments! executive of- Citizens with the proposed projects. Ici -

firer. Lopllen U attached to the The Lions' Interest In the presentation Address Rotariansi e

headquarters company of the 6th was evidenced In a question ,..,. CHEST:
and answer period that lasted On nonu.K nun
Marine division at Camp Lejeune. Wednesday
over 30 minutes past the regular i
I meeting lime :Miss\ Alethea Humphrey Bill Geiger 2 PII.I.O\\S
I Mike and Dunne Row.
Only visitor at the meeting was Rylitnt
Baptist L. B. Walker of Virginia Beach I I land. who represented Theodore i $7883
'local Junior \1'ornamli'i\ American Legion ;
Youth To Olympic Team
Camp \l'hoI'll the guest of Lion John Swimming '
Pont 54 at the recent session o es '
Start On August 3 Tlllakos. Bo '_' State were guests of the SI.UO) DOWN

I Makes Strong Showing Against Jesup j Rotniv Club At yesterday's rtgulin .
The Northeast Florida Bapllsl Youth Week At wccUmei'tlntf..

Youth scheduled Camps to at King Ferry are Memorial MethodistSet I Saturday's Swim Meet saw the boys 8 and under: Philip\ Jones,, The' two hiuh mhonl senior'
next week. Rev
Jame,.Mangum Is to be the Di- 3.6 Jesup teams once again defeat our 249, (lest, Henry Kodrllcr, 201 1.I ., Run individual report on thou Inner Spring Mattress Simmons Hide A. Bed
August I I t-M'i'ili'mes ut Boys SUM In Tall.
rector. local Junior Olympic Team. How. third, Twenty-five jd. bl'enststn.ke. I
ever, encouragement ran high as boys 10 and under: John hnsiw\ mid of the benefits the;! Kl.OOIt 1
The girls will attend The youth of Memorial Metho. I'.OUliLK: ) : OK SINCI.K:; ;
camp tumid through the expeiUmo.Holh .
the number of winning points for I II ; Stouffer, 223, first l: Carson White,, ( SAMPLEHIIANI .
beginning August 3, through August dlsl Church will observe Youth Jcsup had been deminlshrd by 100 I II I 272 fouilh. Filly jtl.' breaststroke ( hitch In then SI7.K if: 2.Jrit "
8, and the boys on Monday, Week August 3-8, with a program I : :""Yhl'\\'I'li: : :: : )
I per trot since the first meet carlIt boys 12 'and under: PilePeters ,pima August 10 of study, worship and recreation NKWReg. J '. 1 1A
continuing through August r In the summer. I 484, limit, Mike! Jones, 21.5, 'My fur boys throughout\ the R .>. .
13.The'fee; coin night (from 7:30: until 9pm. The Jesup teams ire In their I seennd. Filly but, breast stroke, H'liti' Hinl luiti.m. unil, mild that 'l/ ego I : ... "
All the of Fcrmimllna
youth Beach,
fur the camp will bo1 I firth year of competitive swim- boys 14 and limit, I avid ItmM- thi!, i' (riumd. iiiiBiiloiiilili'' OXIHTItlit I 'J'S" ;
'$1200; Which will Include lodging, Invited and those to attend visiting raih arc cordially ming, This year HUH been the first for 373. first Joe Rmloflvr, 5B8, 't' in triivetnincnt which they' $29.95 $239.50NOW \,. .w i

meals,' and swimming. Insurance, night for rcrnandina Beach, I fourth Oitchiin din) yd breaststroke felt uoiilil lie of nlniiifiiiint!, vuluIn $1788 ]
.. On 3rd, Lois .. .
the future 4.
1 17 mid under Wavni'
buys : : 4
A diving exhibition, not In I ;
CARD OF THANKS will."speck on "Christian Vocation I ID.xon's was a feature of the Jcs. Rowland 1 1:30,8: first, Jun Belcher, MnitinK! Hotuilnnn woe \\'llllWllliimiit ..swZ'.: $1.00) t'\

Our heartfelt thank. to all who I On subject Tuesday will evening be, "The Larry Faith up-Fcrnnndlna Meet. Clint Rich 1 1:44.3.: third.Twrnly.ttve. I of )PuuuluH, CH; and ::: f DOWN $148.88 1
Fluid Cox of JuckKonvllle! 1111!
extended comforting sympathy and For The Youth of Today." was the local representative I yd breast stroke, ,
)help In our recent sorrow. For the I A film, "Arc You a Good Cliris.tlan Much Interest has been shown In Kills 8 and under: Simon Rotlefkr, _

beautiful ,service floral offerings I CitUcn?", will; be shown Wedncsday I i this new endeavor by the Recreation 390, second Twin'-five' id. breaststroke Other guests' were Dr J. K ,.
and ether kindnesses, we are deep evening and on Thursday (:: Department and the organization I girls 10 and under: Shirley I llamiltun of Port Angeles Wash.. UNFINISHED BOOKCASE
I Thornton, 263, third )Holly New. Eugene I.. Taylor! of Houston
ly grateful night. Tom Postum will talk on of a Boosters' Club Ii now underway. ; .-...,
,. I Persons Interested should some, 270, fourth, Fifty yd breaststroke Tixas, Dexter Martin nf Colum W 1
signed) Mr Clara Decs, Nor. "What A Christian Young Person I I TABLE
ma, Shirley! and Dale. Can Do With Summer Vacation" contact the Recreation Center for girls 12 and under: Jane bill, S. C., and Del Theobald o' 1 S"k9"x 111' ;.:,,:,:

--- --. -- .., _._--- --- further Information. Stouffer, 67.1, third: Deborah Sur. this city
lano, 58.0, fourth. Fifty yd breast Itniaiiim Harry Sahlman wai Paint LAMPS
The teams will travel to St.
I stroke, girls 14 and under: Jan welcomed! bacKk after s prolong : a I Cft
w l Mary's Friday, July 31, for a return 'I ed visit to his Interest In South
'F U N AND PARKAMUSEMENT Hollls 4R4 first; Candy Young '
meet to be held at the St.Mary's blood 485 second One hundred I AmerUa. t t'" CERAMIC I'
pool at 1:00: ,m. Learyor
r p yd breast stroke, girls 17 and under ._ MASK
The Fernandina Beach limes and Karen Norwood, 224.7, third,
RIDES : As Is a '
I placements In the Jesup-Fernin- Delegates Give WIDE 1 2."
Twenty-five yd. back stroke, boys I I ,
dine Meet on July 25 are as fol- '
FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA 8 and under: 1 Dive Crumpler, 2)5, I SELECTION
Irws: Twenty-live yd. freestyle Wilson, fourth l NOW
first; Chip 29 0 ) Kiwanis AccountOf
FERRIS WHEEL MERRY-GO-ROUND boys 8 and under: Dave Crumpler +{
Twenty-five }d back stroke boys Reg.
Regular $14,95
I 204 third: Philip Jones, 20,J,
10 and under Martin Diane, 19,8,
'fourlh. Twenty-flve yd. freestyle,
first; Carson White, 240, fourth Boys StateBY 4is $6.95
boys 10 and under: Marlin Drane Now $8.88.4 .
'Fun for Young & Old RefreshmentsOPEN Fifty yd. buck stroke, IHIM 12 and _
17.3, third, John Stouffer 174 TOMMY HALL
I under: Paul Sthranlz 450, second;
FROM 3:00 P.M. UNTIL 10:30: P.M. fourth I Fifty yd. freestyle e36 boys 12 I I Bobby Burton, 47.8, third. Fillyd, Kh 'anlsns listened Monday tl NO'IHINO DOWN)
and under Pete Peters .7. seer l two of Fernnndina
: I Beach's youn
.. 1 back stroke, boys 14 and under:
-- -- -- -- --
I ond: Paul Schrantz. 369 third men tell of their experiences a'
Bobby Slaver, 44 3, second, Clint
II Fitly yd freestyle boys 14 and un I Rich 480, third One bundled yd representatives of their communll'' 7-PIECE DINETTE Plastic Top Table Group
derDavid: Rodelfer 299, second: at the Amerlenn Legion uponnnrft
.,BARBECUE OUR SPECIALTY bark stroke, boys 17 and und'r.Mike
i Pat Leary, :32, fourth. One hundred Leary 1.2113( third, Jon Belcher Boy's State at Tall ha nee durln ;.jfi"xfiO" Table
I yd. freestyle boys 17 and under: the week of July 51 Ii, Set
f BY THE POUND OR SIDE Mike Leary. 1:14.8: third. 1:34.7.: fourth. I Hob/ White, program chairmanfirst f. VINYl : .

DINNERS SANDWICHES Twenty-five yd freestyle, girls I I Twenty-flve yd. back stroke, presented Mike Rylant an COVEKKD; : f
8 and under: Susan Rodcffer 22.8, girls 8 and under: Barbie Schranlz, ,I then Dunne I Rowland, 'IIAmSr' < 0
Also 1:52,5: third, Twenty-five yd, back (
third; Barbie Schranti, 36,4 Both boys were high In theli
SEAFOOD CHICKEN STEAKS fourth Twenty-flve yd. freestyle, t stroke, girls 10 and underHolly: praise of local American I.ealo1Poil ThreeReg.
girls 10 and under: Shirley Thorn. ,', Newsome, 244, second, Donna Surlano No. 54 fur their i>onnornhlpBeginnlnK Reg. ,
10:30 A.M. TO 12:30: A.M. DAILY
: ton, 190, second; Donna Suriano, 25 S. third Fifty yd backstroke i with their departure
SUNDAY 4 P.M. TO 12:30 A.M. 200 fourth Fifty yd, freestyle, girls 12 and under: Jane from Fernnndlna Beach, the bnyidistrlhea $89.95., : .

DINNERS TO GO girls 12 and under: Melissa Nur.I Stouffer 482. first; Sally White, (heir v.by.dw selietl ,0 $39.85
57.0, foi-rth Fifty yd bark stroke, ,
wood, 408. third, Deborah Surlano mites nd tumid how |Iho poimi-lnj fiiLleclion
I 409. fount, Fifty >d. freestyle girth 14 and under Dirlenc Surlano?I to the various offices beun '
thud, Paula Vruncken was $62.00 Now .
MABE'S RESTAURANT girls 14 and under: Darlene Suilann before their tli'pjilurc Iron w $21.88
In this for the
Pulcttl disqualified rice laiknnnvllle,
42.5, third, Bunny 449,1 .
S. 8th Street ]Phone 2G1-50B; : fourth turn Their report /gave Klwanlans ar $1 DOWN $1.00 Down

Twenty-five yd. breast t stroke, i! Twenty-five yd bultnllv, bovsI nilKht Into how they were* farmed

8 I and under, Philip Jones, 243, Into two political parties, (their participation
I first; Henry Rtidcffcr, 30.7, Ihlid In the campaiuns It
'Twenty-five yd. butterfly, boys IUI elect themselves and their fellow : .

land I under: Andy Sweatt, 274 Boy. Staten to the various offlci I ,,4" :; .
SUMMER third; Tommy Scliranlz, 376, from Jovernor" down.
fourth Fifty yd txitlcrlly, boy Some sought c'rctlin' to vorlo g Hollywood Sandran

12 and under: Mike Jines 4'IO! ,, county offices In the first cleilloi ",AJ

i I first, Paul Sclirunl/, 417 nciond to be held ind others comM.tifor | ,' ** Bed VINYL
I Filly >d. butterfly boys 14 and various state offices ,

CLEARANCESECOND under: David Rodeffer, 41.S, set. According to the boys, mutt!
end: Pal Leary. 49.0, third One hack- Uppini! | and hundslmkln 3S Outfit h.

j hundred yd butterfly, boys 17 and was endued In by all present 4 ; 7
i i under: Carl Welters, disqualified Many burned tin- mld-nlKlit 01'' (E' t' I Patterns j

Twenty-five yd butterfly, hints "prrpuiini! spoc-ehes, which Ilicy d. Eleven Pieces ; t : I

WEEK 8 and under: Susan RodtlTcr, 32\ livered in their campaigns fur IIrespective ..
BIG second, Twenly-five yd buttcrlly, ofllces Includes Plastic Headboard' ;

girls 10 and under: Shirley Thorn. Devious means were employed tl ONLY $1.38 Running Foot

ton, 224. second fifty yd bulll'r.I pet their names before the "clr' .
Of Terrific Store-Wide Bargains I fly girls 12 and under: Mclissi (tiirate", such as Howl 11 I nd fee-live( Reg. $71.44 MOW $4988 ((9x12 ONLY $12.42))

I Norwood' 53.3 third. Fifty yd. but. ly ereiling! a large sign over (Ihi .. .
lei'My, Kirli 14 and under: Gaudy nicas-hall 2 a.m? rcudinu, "v"lt
Youniihlood, SO,4. third; I'uuu for Rowland fur Tax AwcsHor",
'toto -fr '& I Vianckcn, S20 fourth, So impressed wire the boys will, ODD CHESTS BUNK BED

lOne, hundred yd. Freestyle rcl.iy, their experience at Hoys Slate
boys 8 and under, Team of: Henry they hate written letters to high l \ALIT' ::* TO $'" INNFIISI'lING11,1TTRES:; ;

Rodeffer Philip JOINS, Chip Wilson ranking Legion members In. enlarge r= t
CHECK THESE SPECIALS IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT I and Dave Crumpler, 1.27.3, the program so Hint In tli. 111: NOW $17,88 '
'second, One hundred yd. freestyle future, more boys may be prlvileU-/ NOW $73,00

relay, boys 10 and unilc-r Train ed to attend l me, DOWN j
; of: Canon While Jihn' Slroul"'r.I "' While In Tallahnnwp they wen, JI.8H!!," JHMN

LADIES' SHOES ONE GROUP I I Andy Sweatt, and Mirlm Drane, quartered In Smith Hull, s 10 Mur;
1 1105: second Ti liiinihtd >d building on the ruinpun, at I-'.K U

freestyle, boys 12 ami until: Trent Joe Kind of Itaynnler, Inc, wu

FLATS & HEELS CHILDREN'SR19 iif: Chuck Itogcrs, David Urimnln-, I the Ruefit of Heed l-cwcllcn. :rr r 4PIECESECTIONAL

,i Paul Schruntj and Pile Peters Bill Utbb presided lrt 'r

2325, second, Two hundred yd -

$199 DRESS SHOES freestyle! relay, boys 14 and under Young Negro Boy -
Now .
Team of.: Carrol Gill. Bobby Stov.cr
$ I Pat Leary and David huddler, In Stolen Auto SOFA

2.120. first. Two hundred yd. bees Arrested
and SANDALS TuesdayA
$3.95 style, boys 17 and under: Tcam if:
Reg. Now $299 Wayne Rowland Mike Leary, Curl 15.year-old Ni-Kro buy WII' Y
Pile $13888
Ilith: Nylon, Assorted Colors "
6' $4.95 Woltcrs, and Jon Belcher, 2 1J 6 taken Into custody by \Deputy blur

second Iff Ben Sessions about 10 p m Mid Foam Kcterbibleip. rI

Only $1.99 One hundred yd. freestyle girl Tuesday when his escape In a Talus! len-J I C'lshlont.' $5,00 DOWN

I R&g $5.95 Now $499 10 and under: Team of, Holly New. Pontiac, which later proved to bi
I $e.95 some, Amy Crumpler! ,, Donna Sur!, stolen from Savannah, Ga.a'

ano, ana Shirley Thornton, 12.1 blocked at O'Neal.
second Two hundred yd freestyle t The ufllcpr said he had fnlliwei1'
relay gals 12 and und<'r' Team 01 the ear from Kernundmi lieuih Inn
"fr '* ft '* ftA.S.ALLAN'S Sally While, Jane Sluiifftr l Deborah ,. attempt to II' P the driver I Iiiuentionlnil 10''

SurUno, and lIdls'Bol'woCJd: The buy pulled Ii I tin
2574, second Two hundred \d nhouldcr of the road near O :Neal!

freestyle relay, girls 14 and under apparently making an attempt ti
ATLANTIC Jerry Keene, Paula Uancken turn around when !Stuslons! blink Mather Fernandina
Bunny Pule-Ill and DarlfiitSun! ed the vehicle. of

AVENUE ano, 1: Iii 2. second According to hherilfamu\
blond's olflee/ the Ponliar wail shah

"Notliins Is so mrunuly held !'.. t'n from Robert Eugene Johnw.n ut 329 South 8th Street Phone 261-4383

GOOD STORE FOR THE RICH THE JEST STORE FOR THE POOR be true as that which is st I'-aM Savanna
understood by tools. Frankly Thu boy Is being( held In County

I Clsm, Alum N.Y.i/ Enterprise. Jail for Suvannnli aullllll (l..s.. -



ra'76 roc i' Xjws-Leadcr }.'ern andlna iil'8CJo, I''lorida'j'hurrdav.' July !Su, Iu04 "' \ Miss Car"ol'Ndii r : -Z- M.Y.F: --
Friends Honor Couple. To Wed Saturday Fashion Films At
Mrs. Warren Davis Youth Fellowship Senior Citizens
'At St. Michael'si Church August 7 James Reeve Bar.
and Mrs.
Honored At Surprise Organized At Have Covered Mr. and Mrs. Jack McE'.henney' Guest Jr., Mr. and Mrs Glenn! row of Baron Rouge Li. announce

Birthday Party Five Points BaptistThe Dish Supper were honored by friends recentlyat Bcugnct. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith, i I' Carol Hall daughter of Mr. The M.YF. of Memorial Mcthodlst the birth of a ion, Jima Reeve' ,
a gclng: away party at the Mr. and Mrs. Leo May, Mr. and and Mrs. Charles\ Hall will become Church will show Films on I on July 25 In "Our Lady of The

MrT.:; Warren Davis wan honored first meeting of the Youth I The Senior Citizen' Club met In I I I Beach Lounge. They will be rink- Mrs. Tommy Jackson Mr and the bride of Robert R. Jordun o.r: Fashions, Friday afternoon, August Lake" Hospital. MM. Barrow lithe

with a surprise bit thday party at Fellowship of the Five Points Baptist regular session Thursday, July 23 lug their home In San Juan pucr'l Mrs. Olla Mecks, and Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville Saturday August 1st 7, from :2 until 3 p.m. The I former Mini Sandra Brooks,
held the. to Rico Where Mr, DeWaync Crisp at St. Michael's Catholic Church. rums' arc produced by the Nation. I and Mrs Wlndle
htr hnr.ie In I Blarkrork on July Clirrch was July 28, with al recreation center The ..ea.I daughter of Mr
li hlarnljl. llrslcsics for the even. eleven young people present I ilon was quite well attended dn- bren assigned by the Federal A. Mr. and Mrs. John Scarbora Mr. The couple will repeat wedding al Colton Council. I 0. Brooks, and granddaughter' of
vlatlun Agency.A and Mrs. Bennett Wilson Mr. ind YOWl at three o'etoek.! The films will be shown at the
lag were hrr daughter, Pamela Elected to office were, Barbnra pile the (act' that many member Mn. C. P. Adams Sr., of Fenian
I delightful buffet Mrs. John: Gregory Mr. and Mr. All friends and relatives are In. church 6th and Atlantic Ave A
and her alsters.ln! -Iaw, Mrs Pa. Emllh president; Diane Barber have been out nt town during the supper was dlna Beach.
irlcla Spnikman and !Mrs Mary end Even Jones publicity Leaders summer. I Mrved during I the evening, alter I Buddy Doland, Mrs. Barbara Tal- I I vlted to the ceremony and recep- donation of :23c Is bring asked Re. i Mr. and Mrs Frederic F.
which the honorees ere present' ton. Martin Porter Dick Wan Ray tlrn to follow at St. Joxephs hall fredmicnls will be served at no additional .
Sparkman. are Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Base A covered dish supper wan Gaines, Jr. are the proud parentsof
---- -- --
ed appropriate gift of Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Foster rush
served In the recreation I an rcmcmbis baby daughter Elizabeth Car.
table center a
The lovely blithduv wan
Following the election plane were I nee.Fnjnymg. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rich all of Clifford, Sheffield! returned home The public Is cordially Invited. Luke'sHospital
23 at St.
auditorium. The
born July
revered II h a pink and white completed for future meetings and I Ievents. i I menu as usual I I penter
the affair with Mr and Fernnndlna Beach 1
doll nnd centered with a white I was varied and quite up to It's recently after a guided bus tour to In Jacksonville Mrs.Gaines .
A youth service Is planned i,,I Mrs. MrEllienney were, Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Bob Hurlpy of Cal.
birthday rake trimmed In pink nndWeen most excellent standard. The the World's Fair In New York. Pythian Sisters Is the former Miss RulhCarppnt..r.
for the last Sunday of each month
Mrs Date Thomas, Mr. nnd Mrs lahan Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barlow
members of Mr. and
of daughter
thin ,
Irpped with a Ballrrlna. organization are
A cordial Invitation Is extended the Mil Dan Miles and daughter Honored At
well known to be Layd L'ffclman: Mr and Mrs. John and Wall Scott of Jacksonville Maternal
Mrs. L. 0. Carpenter
The assembled around the people to attend and theFollows expert In the Brenda of
guests young Savannah Georgia are
I' culinary arts; so much so tint cur' .- ... .- Birthday Party grandmother Is Mrs. F. F. Gaines
table lu sing 'llnptiy Birthday" tip. novice to follow. visiting: her parents Mr. and Mrs. I I
Mi's; Davis cut hrr rake which wall During a social hour games wereenjoyed ', greatest nrcbcm! I II that of watch. I Jerome Arnold, of Milliard, and tiles Myrtle! Ricer, Most Excel) Sr.
I lug weight. I Recent arrivals at Humphreys
served with punch Her many gifU and refreshment were I'I relatives In Fernandina Beach. ant Chief, entertained I the Pythian I
After supper the club assembled I I Memorial Hospital:
this time
were opened at || served Mr. and Mrs Richard
by In the lounge for table lIamu.I PERSONALSMrs. Mr. and Mn. Carl H. Schmidt Sisters cf Fernandlna Beach Tern- 'i A son Brian Keith, born June 30
Guests attending were: Mr and I Mlddlcton. I I This type of pastime Is In art visiting this week In Washington pie 7l'llh a birthday party r.n' to>> William and Jewell Goolsby, Rt.
Mix W H. Sparkman Sr., Mr. and I I great favor with the club since It I L' D.C. and other points of In. Monday evening at the Masonic I 1, Bailey Rd.
Mrs. Andy Spnrkman; and children ; Miss Cotter Weds breaks down the !large and more Pauline Lofton recently i Tommy Goolsby has returned to I I torest. iI | Temple A doughier Lila Lee born July
Mrs" Mary Spirkman and child1ren I : I Imperionil assembly Into smaller visited In Tallahassee with her seni I At'anli! Ga. after spending a week Mrs. Josephine Goolsby enter- 1 to Jessie and Bobby Gray, Dion.more ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Spark Glenn Beugnet In I', and mere Intimate groups, and enables and family Mr. and Mrs. Harvey here with hli parents, Mr. and I I Miss Sarah Andrews of BlrmInghsm tallied the members by having a Fla.A .
man Mrs, L. B. Zctterouer Mrs Ceremony MondayMiss 1 the members to become brt- Lotion and In Camilla Georgia! Mrs. T. H. Goolsby. Alabama la spending this I ong presented to each member I I daughter Elizabeth Ann born
Louis Johnson Sr., Mrs. Andy', ter acquainted. This makes for with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. representing the month of her July 13 to Jessie and Wllllard
Melofiy: end son Kevin Mrs. Dave j] Dolly Cotter, formerly of I.club solidarity and unity of i M. Gore. Returning home with her Mrs. Herbert Bradshaw Sr. has Ernest Davis and family. birthday.The I Rowland 220 S. 7th St.
returned her home In
Williams! Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sresowlch I to Waycross '
was her'nlrce., Sliarcn Gore and refreshment table was covered
Jacksonville became the bride of *t.' for the club. A Thomas Broil born July
Mr. and !Mrs Arnold D'x.' after a visit here with her sister 1 Mr. and Mrs. Brannen Swlnson son
friend Nadine both of with white linen cloth. The
Glenn Brugnet on Monday, July The next regular meeting will a Margin a IB to Janet and Thomas Lang
on and daughter Mr. and !Mrs Mrs. Robert H. Milton Friends of Columbia South Carolina, Mr. deroratcd with
Camilla. birthday cale: was
In Klngsland Georgia be held Thursday evening August will be to hear of Mrs. Brad.ahaw' 13508 Colleen Rd., Jacksonville
Randy Ilutlo Vickie Etherldge, glad and Mrs. Carrol Harper and children the Temple colors and surrounded
DI.I The couple! exchanged vows 'l7'1 13, at the recreation center from I A daughter Melanie Ann, born
ane Swain Warren A. Davis, Buster Bailey and Jimmy Me. excellent recovery of Atlanta Georgia and Mr. with garlands of fern. Baskets ofilowern !
Floyd Frerm n. the office of Justice of the Farland returned home Sunday; recent eye surgery I and Mrs. J. R. Harper and child. ( were placed at advantage July 19 to Melanie and Bobby Row.
I Peep'ea at one o'clock. WSCS Program Given after spending the weekend ai'' :Mr. and Mrs. Ken Townsend and ren and Mr. and Mrs P. H. Harp points I throughout the room. I' ell, 314 North 14th St.

Mr. and Mrs Albin Thompson Thl'Y111I make their home In' Annie Brown Stetson University In Dcland, daughter Beth of Jacksonville I er of Baxley Georgia are spend. During the evening each mem-I I A son Anthony Wayne. b:>rn
and inn Cllir. left Friday for Salu. Fernaniljna llcnch.Newspaper By are spending several days vacationing tog this week with Mr. and Mrs. her was presented! with s gift. July 26 to Dottle and Dennis

da North Carolina to spend<< sever food advertisements I Circle On Monday. borne Pfc. Division E. S. Bates la U home,S. Army en leave Air.! on the beach. : Virgil H. Harper and family Mis. Selma Daniel. Mrs. Thrl! ,j Thornton, 8230 E. 7th St., Jackson-
al weeks vacationing In the maun vllle.
from Okinawa to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cough Miss Wanda Nolan; of Gaines.vllle ma Galbieath and Mrs Louise
tains. -.. ------allroct- --8O'/ of women.. shoppers.. -.;. -'I Annie Miss Lynn Hitchcock, member ot' Mr. and Mr. Gil Becker, and family and family of Fort Pierce spent the I arrived Saturday for a weeks Baldwin of Jacksonville, were A son Alvin Addison Jr., born
-- Brown Circle was In charge Alvin Bodine,
guests at the birthday celebration I July 24 to Alice and
for three weeks weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul visit with Miss Judy Pipkin. |
of the
worship service and program E. Ulsh. 2493 S. Fletcher Ave.

Monday July 27th, at 10 I Mrs. Joyce Glausler and Mrs J. I Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Miller and Mi. and tile,. J. K. Crisp will A daughter Tina Lynn. born
I' a m. of the Women's Society of M. Gore of Camilla Georgia re. J. K. Freeman has returned I family left Saturday for Atlanta. leave Saturday morning by jet ,! July 27 to Mary and Carl Holmes
for Christian Service' at the Memorial cently visited with Mrs. Gore' home from New Orleans, Loulslan- Georgia to spend several days plane from Jacksonville for a I Yulce.

See us I Methodist Church. children Mrs. Pauline Lofton na after spending several weeks visiting friends and relatives. week's visit with relatives In Detroit I A son John Carlton Jr., born
The meeting began by singing:: Mrs. John Williams and Wayn, visiting relatives 'I'' Michigan. They plnn a j June 25 to Faye and John Culnn.
the finest in
Iwo hymns "Help Somebody To. Gore. ;i Jimmy Fox student at Unlver.I i tour of various points of Interest
day." and "Give of Your Best to Mr and Mrs L. D. Lowe and slty of Georgia Athens spent the ,during: their vlmt. Fernandina Beach.
first aids t the Master." Miss Hitchcock In. Miss Jamie While has returned children left Monday to visit relatives I weekend with his parcels Mr.
I traduced the program subject, frrm Atlanta Georgia after spendIng In Alma Georgia, and Char. Mrs. A. J. Feat and family Frank'' Mr. and Mr.. William Zlebarth I The Slate Beard ot Conservation
\ "Where does a Christian woman several weeks with her grandparents otte, :North Carolina for a week. Baird also visited with Jimmy and I''ind children of Pierson spent the says that there are closed fishing
Accidents happen to ,volunteer] her time and what does Mr and Mrs S. A. Queen. I his family. weekend with her father, P. L. seasons on the following: crawfish.
I and tire Don Lancasterand
:I the read?" She was assisted by Mr I Pappas. March 31 August 1; stone crabs
anyone! Make (sure. >, :' Mrs. W. F. Bond Mrs Gerald Donnie Starratt of Wauchula ar. children Donnie, Monica, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young and I June 1 October 15: oysters May
you're prepared for rived today to spend several days Mark, and Todd will leave Friday l 1
''I Dowless. and Mrs. Kenneth Gay. 1 family left Sunday for Baltimore, Any man who drives while drunk I 1 September 1: sea turtles May
: emergencies will o I with George Sheffield: and his I for a two weeks' vacation at Yellow .
a. A selection from "The Art of I Maryland to spend two weeks i should carry hi. coffin In his trunk, 1 September 1.
.. well-locked medicine I family. : Stone National Park In Wy with friends and relatives i
Giving" was read by Miss Hitch '

chest cock and closed with prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Wolters I'I'I I oming. Mrs. T. Howard Kelly, her

Mrs. Ben F. Dickens, presidentwas and Mrs R. B, Lockwood spent Mr. and Mrs Bill Sutton and I ,daughter Mrs. Patsy Morrison and I LADIES.I Tired of Cooking?
I In charge of the business session several days In Atlanta last week ,children Carolyn and Billy, will two granddaughters Donna and .
at which time Miss Ann While there, Mr. and Mrs Woltert 1 leave Friday to spend several Kendra left Tuesday of last week
I Humphrey's of Atlanta Georgia attended the Southeastern China ] 'weeks visiting In Ohio for their home In Chicago after a I I DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO!

Come by today for prompt was a welcomed guest She Is the and Gift Show, and Mr. Lock, ,and several other points Mlrhlgan'l two-montha stay at their beach While You Shop At Booth's Market
service.STEGER sister of Mrs. J B. Thompson wood visited her aon-In.law and I est before returning home.Friends home here. Mr. Kelly left Sundayfor i

Rev. Nelson P. Moyer, pastor, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. Turner. a business trip to New Orleans 7 Hot Dogs $1 Vi Fried Chicken $1.25
; thanked the W.SCS for their partIn Leathers, and Fran. of Mrs. J. K. Crisp will I
Daughter and points In Texas before returnIng
the Open House Sunday, July regret to hear of the death Mon. { : to Chicago 7 Hamburgers $1 ( Family Size $2.00))
nth which Is the proposed new Mr. and Mrs Jt.'t C. Motlayawl 1 day of her sister, Mrs G. M. Led. I
parsonage home on 18 South 10th Jr and children, ; ;np Sunday ford, of Biyson City; N. C. | Joseph Fabarher his daughter Shrimp $1.25
after spending a week In Miami Mrs. Janice Kerner and three I
Street I Mr. and Mrs Cecil Picket!, Sr., Bar-B Ribs Chicken
Que $1.25
: 207' Atlantlv Av. Phone 261-3237 The president announced to visiting with her parents Mr, and. "returned home this week after vis.I :grandchildren of New Orleans arrived or
and Mrs. J. Thomas Herndon I Sunday to spend two weeksat
: please keep these meetings I King their sons and daughtersinlaw. .'
i! dates ,In mind for the comingweek. i Miss Ann Humphrey's of Atlan. Airman and Mrs. David I the beach home of the T. Ho. QUICK SERVICEPhone 261.5965
ward He Is the head of
Kelly the
: ta, Georgia Is spending, several Plekett at Ft. Walton Bench and
709 South Eighth Street
Chapel Jackson Co. of New
h Brewing Or.
service' In Memory
Prayer days this week with her brother- Mr. and Mr*. Vernon Pickett and I
----- \ each month fifteen minutes in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. chl'drcn, Vance and Paulette In leans. I.
prior to regular business session B. Thompson Pollard Alabama. '- -' -
and program
Prayer Service every Tuesday ot Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Taylor of Mrs. Frank Hall and children
Ilan Theatre 110 o'clock ann In the Mary Allen Orlando, and daughters Chrryl Pam, Wayne. Windy. Bart Craig
I Davis clans room. Mrs. R. E. and Susan arc spending this week Todd, and Robin, arrived Friday'

Gray Is presently In charge with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. from[ Mobile, Alabama.I Pam returned I
Phone 2614819 C. E.: Bench Mgr. i: A work day li planned each Tura.I H. Goolsby.Mr. home Sunday while her
day of this month when all circles Family remained to visit with Mr.
No !Matinees For Show
Except Special H I and Mrs Charles H. Taylor
meet. I and Mrs. L. L. Hall Sr. for several .
and children rf Arlington Va.
"Dumbo" from Walt Dl'ney'n I days. I
FRIDAY & SATURDAYJULY feature film will be shown In our have returned home after a woik'svisit I i
Church Saturday, August lit, at with her mother, Mrs. H.bcrt Vincent and Jody Drbord of
:31r&, AUGUST 1 H. Milton !Savannah
I Beach Georgia are
All children
10 o'clock a m our I
i' visiting !Mr.' and Mrs. Boyd Ken.
7:30: p.m. church and their guests are Invited Friends of Elbert Gill will regret Sq
to attend Twenty.flve cents h to hear of Ms confinement In SI reedy for several weeks. I
of the film.A I
"WARLOCK"HENRY to defray the expenses Luke' Hospltnl In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Haddock
date to be remembered Is thriApproval
where he underwent surgery lues and children, Karen and Clay, of ,,
l Study on Oct 6, 7, and
8. The night subject Is "Genesll day. He Is reported resting cum. 1 1fortably Palatka were guests of Mr. and JULY 30 THROUGH AUGUST 8

9:05: p.m.' ': Beginning of the Biblical Drnu!," ,, I Mrs. H. C. Haddock this week. ,
by Rev. Moyer and chairman - -

"MUSCLE BEACH PARTY"FHANKIE serve The the Mamie M.Y...,Mills supper Circle the month will Salad and Burgers for Patio Dining, BAN LONSHIRTS
of AugiiRt.
AVALONTECHNICOLOR Mrs M. P. Jenkins chairman of SUITS33l I

the local church activities an. MEN'S Off
noimrcd fur memlM-rs to report
$Z 99
'''' riT" OI'W''' members to she or ROY, MnY f ,,; 1 r f .

The president stressed the ENTIRE STOCK
AUGUST & pro. +
2 3
gram subject ot Ibis meeting and SPECIAL GROUP 2 Pr. MEN'S BERMUDA

"WHAT A WAY TO GO" to make In the an future effort. for similar reports LADIES' SHOES $1.99 For $3 SHORTS

SHIRLEY MACLAINR PAUL NEWMVN; : A bereavement mknowlcdgmcnt

HUBERT :MITCI1UM was reported Horn the Dnuglfl SPECIAL GROUP EachPair 20% OFFMEN'S
Decker family

TECHNICOLOR WSC.S.The meeting bi'iieillitlon was dismissed-with MEN'S SHOES $4 STRAW




Use Premium Milk SPECIAL GROUP Each
Among all ills foewln especially enjoyable outdoors few taste MEN'S SHOES Pair $6 ENTIRE STOCK
so Rood and git toother no well as Patio Citrus Salad and Bun !MEN'SSWIMSUITS
'THE TASTE WILL TELL" brcuexl Burger. Whin's more they are Palsy and quirk to put
together a fact ninth appreciated by the rook when the forecast
Another First! rend, "sunny snit hot. SPECIAL GROUP :MEN: VplueS
The salad I 1M a simple arrangement of fruits on lettuce Twodifferent
HOLLY HILL DAIRY"ONLY dressings make: icli-.tl: toppings: for the salad, and either SPORT SHIRTS To $S 20% OFF
one or both may Iw nfferril if desired I : a thick, smooth and
NEW creamy French dressing and Blue cheese dressing with equnlly
l INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING tempting crenm-liko consistency. Unlike thin drrwmgt. these
:. TERNANDINA: HEACH" fling to the fruit and lettuce to that their goodness lion along on
:- PLASTICGALLON every forkful of snlad. Both (pnw ready to pour and enjoy, and cool IDEAS !
261-3198 are packed| In and Iti-ounc* attractive clans 'bottles. i Entire Stock Ladies' and
: For Home Delivery Call For the Barbecued BuegSr6,,the simplest. :; imaginable trick !
JUG Fernandina Beach turn ground beef Into' pnttii : this: add some of the l> rllcU! i sauce to the beet before shape Children's White Shoes 3
log and grilling That way number of seasoning Ingredient
TASTE THE DIFFERENCE are added in one stpp-tom o'-'Yin..ar.' sugar, spires to name
: UnbreakableLightweight just a few-and the good barbecue flavor goes all through the
anBakers buns for the rmrfcrs, a beverage-Instant, perhaps?
TASTE THE -and crisp cookies round l out a menu that's aa delicious aa it
is simple. iPullo PARTIN'SSHOES

Saver To YOU trim Soled '
-: Space Direct From Farmer Kraft Grapefruit Section! '} 'Bibb lettuce ,

Orange sections *V Kraft French Pressing or

:. Easy To Pour TASTE THE RICHNESS Pineapple Strawberries,spear w.b.* '"/i+ Dressing Roka Brand Blue Cheese I t t AND CLOTHING I

ReUsableNO Arrange fruit on lettuce covered platter. Serve with dressing I ESTABLISHED 1878

New At Your Favorite Store Barbecued, Burgers I -'a a 313 ATLANTIC AVENUE
1 Ib. ground fort Kraft Barbecue Sauce ,
DEPOSIT Ask For It I 1 teaspoon salt 3 Phone 261-4241

j Combine meat salt and) \\ cup sauce: shape In patties. Broil I
.>Until brown on both sides, bruiting frequently with sauce


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h'el'llaut111tn !teach i uruui 'Inutnafiy.. JUiy ;all) Ub"r) ;,
James Pori.ei
Fla. Crown Beauty Sgf. Troop 213 Receives I .M FLORIDA( --- .- -- -

Pageant Entries Goodfellow Now Stationed AFB At i Honor Award At Turtles Are Keys ( AfVfheet l Cranberry fidrbecuc

Being AcceptedEntries q' l Camp EchockoteeBoy j Monday

are now being al.'I.'I.III'6for I, Kirk.
] IM/cl 51
Scout Troop 21S earned the
the 4th annual Queen of (the : lit'(I at the wheel of I
Henor Troop Award for outstandIng I

Florida Crown Beauty Pageant. ] .
night about a mile
In all
participation activities cf
The Pneemit will be held al )l ,h'"rl'r the vehicle
the Boy Sand Came Echnckotee in
Jacksonville Beach on Saturday hl hll'nVlnft: came
Orange Park Florida last week."
August 2 The Honor Troop a"a.d1'111 be ,
accepted fl'f'mIII over the )13 ,' iJ J Yoimablood' .1
presented to(> the unit at the next
counties crmprlHing the Florida .. J. R
and Coroner
Crown, $ I Court of Honnr as well as Individual
pronounced' entice of
honor awards and
The countlci thnt make up the examination n'lowed'
Florida Crown are: Alaehua Bak. other advancement earned by |I| the body and It was
members. of the troop
er, Bradford ('!hay, Columbia Du- I York dor.
'ij".2tI'i ; / :New
The Troop also received three
val Flagler Gllchrlst. Hamilton, sulfored from heart
Levy Nassau, Pu'nam St. Johns, larlTP'I'aft'1'mrlon Friday evenlmrIn cnrnlnif nine ilif.
of the Irony\ 4<*4 t
1' recognition
I II .
Suwannee and Union
.1 pros*'rllxvi for a
Young!! Indies agra 16 thru :25! are I points earned for the daily campsite 1 < ...
Inspection. The tied "
t .1
eligible and be "
; nny sponsored bya 44 three other trocps with the same 1 I Heidi resident I 'II f
City, a County or a Chamber of I' :: I: southbound' car veer I
: number rf .points,
Commerce In the Florida
Crown. In Individual advancement the I and Into the ditch,
Entranli will be Judged on beauty I II
home the I II and ran tn the ve
scouts brought ;
only. This shall be Interpreted to follOWln.1
I assistance, Ho told
awards: one mile swim,' ( ''
Include face hair
figure poise
\\, and 15 minutes Patrick Fiala.I I I Petrel gapped once
and !
J 'hn Dressier Steve unronsc'loimnem. trt4 '
Joey nyals < 4
There It no entry fee connectedwith i .
SAN: ANGELA: Tex.-Staff Sergeant Ensley and Robert W. Harvey, 'ford said the accl- '.i +
the ccntest and the young ladles
James U. Porter Jr, son of Honor campers award: Joseph j about 8.IS pm. ilur-
will be guest of the Florida Mrs Llllle B. Porter of Sheppard Tyson Patrick Flala, Steve Ens. \' (raffle on the Bunt grilled meats and chicken with rrsnhrrry Jutceftim and

Crown Council cf Chambers of Avenue Dundee, has arrived for 11t'Y. Joey Rvuls, John, Dressier the out-if-cunt, ,, ear m rmadf hry'll look great Unit terrific! .4
Commerce for the day.
duty at Goodfcllcw AFB Tex Bedford Michael Rita, 01 hl'r'I'hl.. I
Robert << j i any
In addition to the selection of
a Serpcant Porter who entered the I George Sllvv Peter Burkhnrdt I 1 An outdoor barbecue with''Its tart-os'eet flavor-mikes an
there will bit four
Queen runnersup Air Force In January 195: prevl- Hydle Peterson Iii Shrllle Slrat.i 111 ., George Courses crispy chicken and ntunchy excellent base for sauces with 1 i ippnrrrihi
who will the
comprise Queen'lCourt
I sittllne on the grill, rnmlimunti and herbs added. i
and all will receive hand. ously served at Chlcksands RAF i ten and Billy Bob Harvey Invalidation. with
can 110 something really special Cranberries K" practicallyIn
Station England. His father Is U.J. Class Michael! Sllva and Patrick -
let when food
some trophies. taste and eye appeal every you ]plica on your
Miss Card Kendall of Palatka Is '. Porter of Fernandina Beach, Flala.2nd I I ;: neiNotl, with special crinKerry) table They sub that pIquant'''
the presently reigning Queen and Fla. Class: Peter Burkhardf. and juice hRI'I'l'clle I iiures. flavor that rives a satisfying.
she will be on hand to crown tho Tho sergeant Is a graduate oll I Jospeh Tyson George Silva' Steve -Florid. Now Hagen | lianbciry juice cocktail with accent to food

new Queen Joyce Halnes Is City the High daughter School of His Mr.wife.and : Ensley Camping and' Shellie Merit Stratton.Badge: Billy Oneof Key West th'la many a visit lntere to the rln/turtl| and thJtkt.:unusual Olant I ildellahts sea :t*'! : : I To Nassau CRANBERRY Oltir.YMIK: BARBECUE SAUCE

Mrs. James J. Cowan of England Harvey Hydle Peterson and Robert off the coast of South Americas' art brought to- the I (mike 2 cups) ,r
I Bedford. by colorfut CarlMoan fishing boats wfctro they\ ar* 1 tress 2 dry muntarilrrinherry
Tracy M.JohnsonTraining I The scouts also worked on' In "crawl" and IIIftr pf......... The Keys art ont of j Group cup j juice Spray cocktail I cloves tsp Kirlic'l ,
leather works and other Oovwnor rarrlr BYyanTaniJ the Florida'
lamps : rtMont I \\'l cup soy sauc very finely chapped:
At Great Items. Commission- urging FlorWIaM to vscstlon In their '4a cup honey a
of the NRMHIU

Lakes Naval Center Every boy In t the troop made I'' this-wormer, : I Commission I Combine, ingredients and stir m until well Mended UIO as a biiU I
swimmer and all took part tn the the Milliard Heerea- Ing sauet fur barbecued chicken or spareribs ...
-- Camp's Swim Meet held Wednesday I 22nd for the pur ''
News From
I jlI NOT I but were beaten by Troop took 118. I j'' "'tlnll major items of GINGERED SPAnFUtM _
I of Jacksonville. They and rrrtrifun. (4-1 serving) -
I part In canoeing, rowing, signal I II t to Include
The Rec CenterBY I 'J cup sauce 1 tsp salt
archery marksmanship plo soy _
T00 ling appointed by
I souring, mess hall duties and at. Rome'a Bryant. i or tbs crystillird rhopd| preserved ginger \ I rup cran'erry Ocean Juke Spray corkull ?..

tended cs many classes In scout SANDY DeSANDROTIIIRSDAV. / were rend 1 irilllon, rut In 2" lengthy 2II\' ,.. lean unarerlbs, cut w -
RATE crafts as possible.The I Slevrns, pant chat,. 2 i.larllr.' slightly 1 In serving pieces p>
: : :
following parents and \ Blinkennlilp past J'/I cup water I
fam.1 JULY S rt SUNTMV. AUGUST: .. '
I ,I .
attended the Indian \ .. The tnnmber
tiles Combine soy sauca, ginger, stallions, garlic, silt and crinberrjc
on Wednesday; Mr and Mrs. I Adult Ceramics In the Art Roomat Lutheran Church .. offered an I.'IC. juice. Pour over sparsrlTis, arranged In shillow hiking pin lit
die Peterson Mrs Bertfordt I1Y.1 3:00 p.m.., Rank Sides! Instruc Conference Room at : to the two gen. stand for 2 hours, turning ribs orrislonilly. Then add water and
.. to take that trip you'v family Mrs Robert W. tor. efficient and'' faith bake In moderate oven (J50"F) for 1's' hours or until ribs an
been thinking about Mrs Corwln S. Burkhardt Adult Ceramics In the Aft Rrtf tn MONDAY' AUGUST tender and browned. Turn ribs occasionally during: baking =

Mule! Stratton, Mrs. Ernest Valero at 7.13: pm.. Hunk Sirtbs. IrtStfuo. Ceramics ifl-lli. In appointed' to -
.. to take-advantage of Mrs. Harley L. Valoiw and at 3:00 Hank ('ral Marsh of :r=
daughter Mr. and Mrs C, Ii. LI. I tor.Teen Club In the Game Room at Oil', p.m. Harold, Ilatilir' of Yu-- handled by R. L "Pete" Schull- aKnln serve as clerk and books
the summer tales plnskl, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert By- I 7:15: p.m, to the group.( log of 1-ernaniflna Beach. Bob keeper, for the Commission: tBo
als. Frank Harrison; Mr.. and Mrs. Adult and Teen serve, as chairman Slnvrr aloe of Fernindlna Beach, I
e to sign up for that Mathias Fiats Mrs H. Hamilton i| FRIDAY JULY 3M Art Room at. 7,13: \ > four year turn was completes the Membership of the careful you don't start

special course da and Mrs John Sllva and' fimlll\ 'I Sides Instructor.. Jr, of llttllard. The five mnn Commission. thing when you try to stop some 1
Sub-Teen Club In the Came
'! Mrs. Ernest Valero (Troop's unofficial Jaycees In the I '. oln'e11I' be L, D Conner' of Callahan will thing
I Room at 7:15: p.m, .. .. .. .. --.--
.. to catch up on your Mat and Mr. Henry LIplnskl at 7.00 p m. "- -- ---- -- ,

back bills received a lamp eaeh made SATURDAY: AUGUST l'ltTt'Cn Island Squares I
14 by the scouts while at camp, MrLlplnski M dttorlum at 7:30 p.n.
I is advancement chairman Club In the Game Room at
WE'LL BE GLAD TO Tracy Marvin Johnson 1964 Buccaneer Coin
Scoutmaster :
On Wednesday
of troop
Game Room at 7:10:
PROVIDE THC CASH of Fernandina Beach
graduate I -
Valero, was presented a -------1 1 .
High! Schrol. Is undergoing recruit from the mothers I TUESDAY AUGUST
I !gift of appreciation I'm
Our loan service I training at the U.S. Navy Training of the scornsScoutmaster Miss Lucy Dyal Smiling. I
I Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. Pointing For t
It quick and iff Ernest Valero at. i President of FSU's
convenient, tool | Johnson entered the Navy on tended Camp with the !group and I Room at 7.:IS pm.Barbcrshnppers .
the 14th of July under the Navy's Robert W. Harvey acted ai sen- ''Gckisden House In
Hlgii School Graduate Training Leader Hydle Peterson core Room at 8.00 Hot New Appliances From Suburban "" 'i'h :
lor Patrol
LOANS:urea use Program I and chose the Elediron-. and Robert Bedford assisted as I Mfos Lucy Dyal has been elected Surfers Club ]\ (
Ics Field prior to enlistment. president of Glld den House, to be Came Room ut 7:10;:

G.A.C.FINANCE.- Tracy la the son of Mr and' Mrs patrol The troop leaders came home Sirurday opened at Florida State University. WEDNESDAY '(. Smile Too When You I See How Easy It
I Chris Martin Johnson of Rt. 1, Box after receiving the 14! Camp this fall under the Southern Scholarship
19, Fernandina Beach Echockotee patches and awards and Dcaseurch Foundation Callahan Garden
Chief Walker the Navy recruit. program. Them, ) ,
presented at the last Flag Ceremony -I Confcrcih Idiom at
CORPORATION'' er for Fcfnamllnj' Beach says the I at the camp. The one-ntory brick residence Ceramics H2-H> I :,

308 Atlantld Avenue I Navy has many schools in the ,! purchased through fund raining/ ef. Room al 3.00 p.m., ,, .
rrnlndlnl'.I.d.' FlorWr Electronics Field''' for quallllcd I Florida's salt water fishing in. forts of the people of Gidsden I II Instructor

Tlllphll.2&1.3681lrii"iiir'ifi I high stjiool) : graduates, dustry ranks fifth'' In the U. S. and I County will provide quarters for I I. Sub:T<'en Club In
IN i cliiRViLit' 'glues employment to over 173000persons. I four girls selected from other Room at 7:15: p.m, Wafer Heaters Refrigerators Heaters
Try A Classified ., foundation homes to serve as officers .
-. --I I 1(1( fretihmiin and junior girls : THURSDtY, I
- and a resident counselor.
I:. Adult Ceramics In Handle Their Own With 24
Other officers' are Cher) Mifia-: They Financing 12, or 36
at 3 (00 p.m., Hank
hey of Homestead vice president:

I Nancy Wiggins! of Mulberry bUll.I tor.Adult Ceramics In Month Easy Payment Plans

I ness manager; and Judy I.oticS- at 7: 13 p.m., II.ink
DID YOU KNOW ? I worth of Pvnsacolj! junior counncl- lor. '

or. Teen dull In' the That, You Just Can't Beat Their Service .
Gad den !House Is the 12th to be I 7:13: p.m.tUJI'Jpu..

opined al Phil by the foulld 1110n.
r :\ ,; PWOI./ All Nassau County With Radio Dispatched Trlu4l k
tiWL"\IING f

"ir: IS UNI.A WFUL . :t I Henry F. SmithAppointed -To- Kvtmlnm Dnlly-2 -IS?'.to IJ 4:43 to: I >.! Service, And" ,Delivery' Men..,, I ': V "' -*I '. t

Farm Committee cept Sundays

For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious Henry F. Smith of Route 1, Hill- ten Family must Might be m'on/}' ( Hour A )lay Suburban 7 South 7th St.

I lard has been appointed as a I ults). riollled Hulk I'hone 2fil-::11il[(;(\! ;
Name Unless The Name Is Registered member of the three-man Nassau Admissions': He ;; Propane .
County Farmers Hume Administration Adults. (:an Seri ire I'ernandinn Bench, Fits.e'1 .

I Committee, the agency County I
; Supervisor Pat T. Hunter announced Trade At

This Florida Law. this' week The appollt.I --- -- _.. ..-- -- .
Read I moot I Is for three years and begins
on July 1.

I Smith succeeds John J. Ouynn r

"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage In whose 3-ycar term expired this I --1

herein defined without and year. The other 1 two members '
business as'herein' defined, under a fictitious name as I
serving/ arc CnnnK Higglnbomamof /
unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit court of Route I 1. Milliard, and Edwin D.

:terel the principal place of bininecs IB, which registration shall consist I Conner, Route 1, Billiard :J "
county : The local Farmers Home Administration I
of filing with the clerk! aforesaid an affidavit signed by all Interested persons. Committee reviews applli- )

stating under oath the name of all thieve interested in the business enterprise, the rations families by for farmers several and different other typesof rural 4 SSERVI'CE' .

extent of the Interest of each and the fictitious name under which Mad' badness is agriculture, housing and water ''
Joann made In' Nassau County In ,
desiring ; ,
until lire or y
made persons
not( be perwN a
carried on. Said: registration may addition the committee advises CAN COUNT ON ; WE DO IT .
to engage In business under a fictitious name .shall have advertised his or their In- I with the: county supervisor" regard-

said fictitious name at least once a week for four ((4)) consecu inn the adapting of national loanpolicies From filling 'er up to a Our expert, experienced
tention to register : to local condHlons.Durmi DEPENDABLE! SAFE SURE! mechanics chetk
the where said registration complete car check and your
law in county
live weeks in some newspaper as defined by : the fiscal year cndini car thoroughly make
the clerk of the June JO, 14. a total of $819.B20 00 overhaul 1, see U s for When it to For sake let
be made and Maid rczistration .shall not be accepted by tomes car your IH repairs right, at mod. i
Is to In Formers Home Administration service fast and right
court except upon retrfvin: proof of .stun publication. IOJIHverc made through the aiten- Hervlcinsr it pays to put your car's wheel In gate.. cost

circuit I ry's locl county office Each loan : l I: ,1 come to us. From minor perfect alignment (

II 1 ii. accompanied to the extent nee. I r ,1 Stop here repairs to a complete! 1 Drive in .'
Name Other Than by technical farm and finnndal Reliable Service I :
In Business Under Any tntary\ I :
Are Engaged p. overhaul I' .
If You
management ...iltlae.. amid' Ito for fast ,
All Work Guaranteed | -

Your Owrr, And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised'' ( dulc.j.in Smith 1 has the spent Smith several Poultry years and in "",[n. with ease We Do The Jails Right. aJ t"MenlceZ! "

For Alt Necessary Information I IIdlchelY i Farm near HlllhrdKor' "' J.'J -

And Registered, See Your Attorney lue pus! several! years he has -.. -
bctn! activeIn all phases, of agrl-
As To What You Should Do. I tuilurc and local affairs.

I County Supervisor Hunter says LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY -
I that Smith's practical firming ex.pirlence
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER will enable him t& moke

a Committee's,lea contribution action when to the they County re.1 Phone 261.3812 Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8th Street

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Savings and Loan IN ''II In:, / rtiEEIE? hili'; ''Ili h....'. 1..t l .. ; I? IIu; a it Iit! Eii!

Assns. Set New O iE l 1 SAV 't ';? jitiillj! !

Records tn June

Orlando Florida-The 132 lav.
(fugs and loan associations In Flor.
Ida passed another milestone and
Ht two new mortgage lending regards .
during!! June
According to the Florida Sav.

logs and Loan League' monthly !! hIEIEiiE i iz
trend report savings Increased!
dtirlnj June by $68208000':which

enabled total savings to past the !
*,V4" Billion mark for the first timeInitiatory. 1 I Quo C ty Rights Reserved Prices Good thru August Is5 n.l

: : : The League reported FREE 100 Extra Stomps '

Mist 'forte Institutions now have W-D Brand Leaner, Fresher ( 00D STAt ...,
Wdl;savings'of $4,538053000: and { !i!! !! !! ;i .

that the $4 billion mark was first Ground Beef
Suinlin land Ifiiuiliiiiuui utinulilillc9iiiilEitLu0lrihilIEabuutu! +iuuWINN
+Iwhl+ulu+ !
reached In March 13As ,
for the lending records established I
1 In June, the league ex.' LB. $ 95 FINEST BEEF SOLD ,
Mutlve vice president William D. \ 5 Picc, ANYWHERE
Hussey, said records were set In .
total loans closed and total lend. Noturolly Nofura Aged For
Ins volume !
Tcnderneti end Flavor
Commenting on these record Choir.
Ike leagues executive. said H A M
that toal lending volume for the C M/r EXTRA VALUE TRIMMED ROUND BONE SHOULDER
month which Included loans closed ,A flIN1ee
and loans purchased frcm other Included Roast LB .58'
financial Institutions was $100,. .
803000 which Is the first time .
lending volume has ever surpass p.
ed the $100 million mark during a +.' a
single month The previous! high RibsLB.33t
for a single month was October of
l*aL year when the total was $98,. rf .y'1' f. 'fJfjlry

.'0,000. LB. 45 :' ffjJJM; l!:;;.,/ ,::,,1:'

The other rmmthlv lending record .rf/ j II1t, h. ,.
was that a tclil\ of $87,020000In I ', "
', \&
I loans were closed during' the !
month which lopped the previous I.t EXTRA VALUE TIIMMED'b.
high for a single: month established

Was also $1)5229000 last) October when the total 4 Shank Half or Butt Half liii, CHUCKROAST tli \

These June records Indicate that i1 \ i'Jf i\:
throe trill and homrawnirshlp Inalltutlone -
have a good chance to '! I r IJt:
surpass Die record lending year of 4 MORE EXCITING VALUES! tUMI:;; ii/JII/!:/ /:j
1983 Total lending volume In 1963 ': ;'! &:,
was over $1 billion and total loans till'' B til m
closed amounted to $98 million. ,Superbrand Grade "A" Florida Select COPELAND FAMILY PACK 'lai..t h\ JlJiill''9'
During<< the first six months of 1964 t Lunch Meat 59 ,{ \ ,
. total of $453.225.000 In loans have ""I(! LB 48; '! fl' I
been closed and totil lending vol. Larc Eggs ;
time has reached $510919000. For ,, e PALMETTO FARMS SALADS ""I'-' 4 11.I'iI'd \ /' 1
this same period of time last year "' : ./Jt1 A"' .
thaw figures! were $430,478,000'and Sand. Spread 16.oz SIZE 49 HII'I, o1I'I., ;"1', I ;}'
H7SB7,000 respectfully 00 EXTRA STAMPS ,1'i"' d t l, ,, tf.p, f
HusSCy" wed It should also beailedthat of SUNNYLANO PORKSausage illl/lIII'liWm/I I "IC'I'!/ J;
With the PuichoM
iZltJiJ"; "
construction lending< GOLD 'N CORN OIL D 'LB, :: ;
dtJ1nl'tl1ell first six months of PKG, 39*
.d FREE 100 Extra Stamps
1984 4s 'also at a record level. MARGARINE41Lb. o
Hcme'ccnMnictlnn: lending during!! SUPERBRAND ire HORMEL
he-first hnlf of the year has total. $100 i Y ,

.Moreover$173.511000: that which recorded! Is .$17 for mil-the! I I Cheese Loaf ". SIZE 69* Can Hams CAN 3 IB.5159

s.MBMMUlod In 1063
'1'11132,, Florida savings and lean
Associations with their 122 branch
offices hud total assets as of June 1 s i i t l i
36, 1964 of $5,124,710,000.tarty Astor -I
j js
AcUIT (0MhU 1

i i /r > i

lwaoaAnl / ,, 1r

s ,' MILK, ; Gl/al off. 4 .


C ."Nn et' Your tkleto,et ri3.JNorodo. w .' .COFFEE ,. J. COCKTAIL' ; .J:' MILK,, TISSUE I, :I ;: '..'tiATERGENT't ,

-. letet. lId tcal llehcd t AIAnrotNNA MN.IV' and ; ,..t6.' : .t ) J.'; t t"lit{ : 'Hi. ,.5,
4 1 ; 'f"-" .. : : I 1PJ4'"fJJ' .ft .
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any elation doubt should Hint patients nul be titer confined up- 't': i FOLGER'S i DEL MONTE FRUIT s DEL MONTE P'oppU-G'fruir CRISCO' i CABOT BRIQUETTESCHARCOAL i DARLING

7 to use'he bed early opinion fur ambulationwaikury1 prolonged of surgeons( periods who) COFFEE COCKTAIL j DRINK j OIL I BUNS (! ;

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lion I and of clots pniuinonia helps;: m the prevent I blood and alterupcration vends forma I -*, 69n; 46' $1 / S1 1 29; i 1 ,, / 11/1/7, !

and varies The Altered In term meaning\early with ambulatioa surgeons their ,, FOR ; 8 Pack 29d7
many net patients
out of bed immediately on ..............,
.Mcovery from aneithesia or at ./' ............ ")
some time during the day of operation 1T11I! .. .,. FROZEN FOOD
others wait a day or 111'0or ( GREEN STAMPS
longer, depending\ on the patifiit NIM MD uNN/MID NFJNN /W"WEET, JUICY
's condition on recovery Immediate from anesthesia smbulatitm .-9, / B a'im BILMANWm PACKAOK PICKED AT THE PEAK 4' PINK MEAT WESTERN 1 ;e ALL FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID

war reported by four percent Turkey Roast U" OF FRESHNESS! /flit' ,>\.

in the of survey the surgeons, and ten questioned per cent "X.A 000 T""u AU.UaT I I". Fresh Fancy FreestonePeaches J.V; Cantaloupes \p9 I Ice Milk I I HALF GAL. 3 9 I.

stated their patients were on AT ANT WINN, plait MORTON FROZEN

their, feet on the day of operation .1 f! \ ; Cream Pies 2O FOR 791

I'urly.fullr said they per managed cent of surgeons sue ECWRA H t

cesstully lo get then patients. to 3LLL L MORTON'S FRlRliBJ: A .f 4 t W
be ambulatory on the first day .
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after operition, 17 per cent on d 10UTHIIIN ..a.LI Mea Dinners 2 FOR 79
the second day after operation, Devil Crabs 99Oooo < \\Zb l-'tI;; .
and eight per cent on the' third' n.U.? THRU Au.osr .1STONI Jumbo B 1 1 'FROZEN PINK OR REGULARLemonade
day There Is no longer any,
question that patients should be AI ANT WINN MKH It S wt. plums 1 Size I
encouraged to walk earlv after \ 9 6-a:. CAN 99;
operation 'instead of being con ,
lined to bed lot III to 14 lays as EXTRA \t 1 .!?\\ ,
bn been the traditional prailiceAccorUinn 2 49* ::1"lf r i ,
to thine surgeons MM r Nwr MN lows w #R \ EXTRA STAMPSMeat 1
who advocate, early ambulation HOWARD PACNAat JOHNSON PNOIIN Fresh Crisp r-i...' "''r""",,.NM..." !' '' \\ .
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to increate ; M '
ventilation of the Imim Choc. Cake 89 ,a':... ...3? \ 3't.\' t 'DO ,.ItA sTAMM WIT" TARNOwOaoTM.Y
and the general circulation tar- AU.UaT Cucumbers 5 29' "" ,: j' Loaf $1.49
ly amlmhtitni, is credited, m AT ANT WINN elAl. ", ; far 1 ,,*'... .I. .0 IXTIIA .TA"".Sa"""lrKO.TAIINOWI
many, nin.incci. bemii s Wieners 59
life saving mr ore where. were l..KD
it ,not 'instituted' there mmht IXTRA STAMP WITH TARNOW
have been circulatory stagnation EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA I EXTRA Loaf 98"Brick
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V I Fish tleks 3/$1./ .u Candy Fam. Cremes 49 h( BuS Bomb 89 Pickle Loaf ..oa..K6. 39

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I Ne\\t-LciuUi" reinnndina Reach,_ Tloiida, Thursday-, July .:30, 1964 Page Seven

I Golf Tourney Enters Second, Round I

The fcrnandina Beach Golf Ai.

lillnniislml out I 13 hill tu MKldlliin' Handicap Tournuminlenli !
Delta Take >rid the second! round this week
SlantsBY Drugs mine .Hun II runs with Bubble,
Ihun ;inn SM Ilinsin: lulling home wills 11 mnlcltrs on tip

run! liillv Its ldick uilUclid 3 lulu, A number or other players have
Twin In Karen Mm 10 2 mil' Hinsdl two lu !gained lie I third round through de.

CURT GORDON Tend Ih, haters at the pl.Ik-, fauns. brought. on by the excessive

I Womens' League 1''ld.1, Siorliiiu Uil rdnindna rains of tile pa7L/ two weeks

CuiiiratuUtliiiM are In order for The Firnandlna Beach Senior f X Monieslih 2 lulu with Jtuiuiuin Second rounder matches arc airnl

our rirnflmllnu Beach Senior Lea. League (team will play their first s M a1,11'TI.E \ ( > .1.inn'i' rittler and Sat ah Ion*:
KIIC All.Star teml'hlch |)i'III li'iiu- (he J.ldsnll\' lr Gio Barker versus L. C
raptured !Manic in the Stair Senior l.rallileTOlllnl'Y llnrii KililiiH: hid for Mmroi(
the l>:sllll'l i | Championship! last Salm Friday aflernon al three- Kliiw'piUli 8l./II1/I1l/ / IPIKIII IRIIII Inla 11.1'11I' hlt'l" mudd bdtul 2 home Si! ivilluliril.
riimnclm,' M',,miliiv, lifkll! I"
da v nflernotm, .
winning over In.cliun thirty. If the boYI can come runs nnil lit him Hum one lo lead I like vi Arch Ilanlce
Ilivir City, 8.4, In the finale through with (the first one-which' Iniiiiur 1luur.5511 team InI Ihlia in .ii U.I 1 victory: user IIdr.dl'.l'lthll It trey Poilci Bub Bresllnllmh ,
the I rpi'lit'r til a I\un.bill, 13.1 1, then
al the Naval Air Station In wp knew they will-they play again ('. leant !MiDiuiihl; hud ( \'mk vi John Gregory!
Jack on\'llIe, Winton Harris and J. at three-thirty on Saturday In the shellaekrd. : a lunn made up of liar. a l tidal| if 4 bisp this Sue lluiiHin 11,irrv S.ihlman vi Glyn Waai
dd' Public .
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P. Allen pitched the four gamei. finals of the tournament lliliiuplmir* 3. Karen !Shore 2, S.iiidv. rniiiilt T J. Snare' Jr,. vt AI !Millir
with Doc IE.fa'IJ..STlt; who competed last week in district pin art .
Burgess pictured
tossing a coupleof 2 and 11\l un 2 In lead JIrkranvdlesl IJI'II UkliM vi Ray Caldwell
Innings In the second game above with their manager! Fred lownscnd. left. to tight .VI I'vnmtl: Hilly l UK pisteTauter I U W. longer vi sieve Spence,
!Harris hurled two one.hltteri fur John Wllsher manager of the Burbank Ronnie :McDonald.\ Eddie Justice, Tommy 8klpler1 lalhird. Mix c (lord, Mixed Doubles Hnl.iimlirss \i Ham Ilnmlllnn
Burgess & Cook City Champion ,| Sunlit Miiiikrd: out 3 h InIn
till victories Softball Informs that the \\ Indle lIiJtlCinhol ham. Lesley DotiRliw, Paul Schrantz, I Iwikht l KiL.uld (;""con.! Dub 1 wain/ vi Dun Ri( bert.
team us nfilh: IRMHIJ ) : lend I-11'niiniliuii In till thU( williV
playoff lor the Nassau County title Robby Ferreira D.md Rowers and To\snsend. Not present for picture \In\ (ouh: !high siime Jr, vi Tom Tllmin,
nI'ah a fine week of baseball is blind delayed because of the Iris HiKKinbctham. The AII HarM lout in the district competition lo .1 I Mioni lIi :h. : :h OF 7.11'' : :inlli'u' Smith god (iiihv |) ip iui Don Hi'own. tourney rlmli man,
with Little (land! who Tram MjnillngH, H I. I'lnn Killing :2 lull npiup Jinn Iliil.mil. urges: ptuyere| to contort each lit h.
League: and Senior league/ In West Nassau still playing team hale: now won their way to the "state final in St. 1''I'r"hur l ne\t .
League teams playing One game out their regular/ schedule As soon week. the liol.dK 18 12 2)71'l fuiulMi 1llIlIhl.1111 Knight moil' ir i" lu lime of play and reminds
saw two lln'balling pitchers In Lit. as a champion is crowned\ over' W IJimbir: 18 12 211IU "l/h'I' Mul.ih hid inn hit each for t Hut. ill viHiml round mult/ 'IK' must
Hi League Hindi 11.ir 111 14 24IIH t'I'llIilllllIli1.: In iiinplilirt) by Sunday nlKht
pitted against each olh. there, Burgess & Cook will play
er One struck out IS the other them lor the Nassau County Title ( HiiUHhcir( liims lit II Z''i.'liSo
14. One had no-hitler Senior Win District Title Gas. t: Furl I 11 17 ZniliHi
a and the Leaguers
other a om'.hitler, but lost theliinno 'e km Hi'iiu M 18 26.i74 I
To Keep our out of tow n readers IIIllll True 3.'UIII'S,' .
on a home run pitch Forest
informed about the Old Timer Him I .ill':; '
View had Ii Land defeated 3.0, (Conllnupd from Page One) I Ibex score' Bar 21 i COMET NOW-
bt'llI'lit game with ('hl'm-CI'Il. we IIIII'I'.IIW' I. J4;2
All-Stars r ini *
wllh two out In the last Inningwhin lodlan River An R 11wisiey EdgeHighlands
report the game will be played P('rnanil iu committed four IN I W K:, 11 n'In'r 2411I1 WINNING:
a Dilund 1)layer blasted one .s.p 3 0 I IBnrrewman
Friday night alter being postponed rums while Indlin liner made 8 IIMi Inil 3.GIIIIII'II
over the four with 2 on base to 2b 3 0 0 DEAL FOR YOU
from last Friday on account of during tin Kami. ttrminiliiiH stole 7-6 Kli':nun' Mini 722 :
Ik the game. Ih'n1'111 It In extra C Ifarl 2b I 0 I '
rain John and Pete Slinall of Texas a total of 12 bases In tin pinto. 1 1.lIry Fill1l I b"4Mdkii ;
Innings. 4.3, These type names 'rhl"mpKUIi. I'.sll 3 0 0 THE CAR
know this along --- -- -
mlKht like to '"' Simmon- Kill I li F
kup I lie fans Interested and lIu1.I'n, In > tnki
pro. la 2 I 0 u cj\( mid hall e into
Vide pod cntiitalnmint with Hid Dunose of Washington underway lit five oiloik Any of O. lIarl. 3b 2 I 0 the riiiinnilini/ Hdirh MnmrLi lllkli Team: <..amiHi V THAT BECAME4'

I DC. and our good buddies In Minn. you youiiRsiirs dcshlnx a ihanielo Harnvs c 2 2 0 'aunt' .Ml.Sl.irs linillv derided, 'iidl II n' Dill k y"" WORLD'S
isol3, We hope to gives full report i' ;
play lit the flume should be al J\kCqlllsll'r Like Buccaneer Iiinis 118:1:<
I irii.inilina need the bunt and Ib I 0 1 to I mid ulMd/ llu HiL.li! ind.t
of an ourwhelminglctory the sihnil Krounds Monday morn. CII11I1I8. t'f 3 I I All.sins. 7(1( In Viiiur I I.I'UUUI' su. lido &: Furl i i anlll DURABILITY
the stolen base as their best via.pons by the Oldlinurs! next weik We Ing lo flit ready (tt'r the (.(imcBcnnor Kuniseh If 3 0 2 | Tom'luini'nt sobs II last Ihnndiv (h, Inil Game I 1 '
In winning! the Senior Title are loaded with talent in Jake sold he hid ,limit I'M' Larry Mini 20(l CHAMPION
buys Wells If 0 0 0 al the! J,n liMiin Illeu. SI a I Inn
A total, uf 12 stolen bases must be Bunch Tom Michael Fred TOWIIK.ind nut al the biKlnnlnK of the program Scaeboruugin! rr 3 0 0 Mason Mildtunindina, Humor: Hint 211,' //J64

some kind of a ruord-If It Iso'l t tit Beano Roberts Bully Joins but they vanished to about Walker, rf 0 0 0 / 'iprnul the game In Cull llmlKP 2411 AT DAYTONA !
certainly Is a good average Our Alton Johnson elc.WayJe 50 last week lliKh hi'rail'h Bowlers '
Davis, Ib.1 3 0 0 I. determined av by scorliiK 4
boys pulled the bunt to it I
squeeze runs In the first inning to take an Ladies
perfection a low times to score Benncr Informs. us the an. Football Is Just around the corn. Totals -I 27 4 6 ,I early: 40 lead In HIP bull time. Elinnor: Flint I: 1:1548!:) 'i $212600
the necessary runs We hope AI nual Minor League All Star game er, Benncr says football practicewill Fernandina !I Hank Bailey lid off the game by Billy Bulon, 110-1221 DELIVERED FOR
Gonzales and Nat Smith will be played Wednesday after I
come up begin en Monday! morning/!. Bailey SI 3 1 0 :,: getting on flint via an error b\' Mary Jane \\ilsin: 140-372
with some more In their bid for the noon August 5, at the Little League !
High I Serulvh Bimlirt
I will August 17, at seven a.m. All play. Williams rf 1 0 0 ''the( hhmlslop krnnx Inniastcr Lasserre Motor
ball The gel Coer
State title park game
H__ -- ers should have their physical exanimations Lancaster 3b 4 0 1 'I bunted B illpIn: sen nd. Jerry :Men I
the Week. prior to the Beville 2b 4 0 0 I Krnnklln/ sinelid. Dm I HUens Cull Hi,'due 200-Slit I

first practice, Beryl Rice Ib 2 1 0 safe un an error b\ the' first l 111I'<>. Lorry Hint OU4iri| I
I Cenner rf-I 2 2 I mini Dm" HiirmsK doubled, Steve Fred )Hilling IM 418

qa. ,. C' All Fernundlna Beach high I Franklin If I 0 0 I I BcxllliglniliI and Alike Cimnir

sihiiol eoichrs arc in Cainisvillc Burgeon, t'f 2 0 O., singled hi'IdleIliirv hire struck
on Thursday and Friday of this Jc11ll80n. c.s 2 I 0 out to end the fuimoTun .r''I''..''!+'_ ,
Deep Sea Fishing /{ wick foi a Couches meeting Batry: Rice, tf.lf 2 2 1Allen'p !1 I walks a nl'lIh'r' ('hlll'I'I '
3 1 1 ,'Ferniniliim error and a single by '.

Everyone: of you local Senior Jatk VVeiilhrrK piodiiird tin first YOUR
ON THE"FLYING League but-thai! fans sliould be al Tulllls 26 8 4 tally fir Iliuilnnils. hi the Hind odes

:;; 'y Oiland Friday lor the KHIHO wllli Indian. River Ono 2112 O..4 6 8 but riimiiidmi: added n sun lithe I Ii'
FISH" our irnandlna team battling for 'ernllldJl1a 100 113 x. 8 4 4 list ill the third on an error ENGINE ,,

the Stile Cliamplonshlp The Tour. 'A' tr 'Gt a vuilk/ /and II slni.li' hv hurry Hlitllii.hl ', i

ninnnt will be played at the home .iiidH i'mm up with 3 bill JERK FALTER* "
CHARTER BOAT of the Minnesota Twins Tinker Senior League WinsIn I runs In tin (fniiilli. on I\MI hi'in indlna IOTOR ,

TACKLE, BAIT AND ICE CITY. MARINA. t lild-w hie h should Hive us nomi i'rn rs and shikU l hy H'"n Allen OR STALL?
rERNANDINA BEACH, TLA. MikeII! and Pile Cilc. .
' added lucent HP. We hope vc run Semi-Finals Jim I I II
FURNISHED PHONO*i4a into our g',od buddy, Harry Warn 'ernalldlnu stencil, amiln In the GET A .
er manager of the Orlando Twins, fifth on siiiklrs by Denl Kite and. TUNE-UP
" CAPT. OLE MARKUSSENHONE 11,'4..a who has spent many spring trainIng Against Jax NavyWinston One Bin KISS to like a A.4 lend in" I II III j

}'IK lit iiiahtr and .\lII'iSI1I1'1'/ / )''/' JACKSONVILLE KIACH TLA. sessions here In Fernandlna the contest hut IliLjilniKlH Jnnpu
Beach lilt |In mill I In the mme vim 2
Harris twirled his l sic. runt in the iixTH .1hi.* rprnan.dlna Only
and one hit pttihlng 111'111'of the I #
Beech error and singles! by'I
Senior League Tournament when I
Pile1 I
Steve Walters. Him Allen and
I the Fernandlna Beach All.Stars
'I Cole aecnunled fur the rum A 1
FERNANDINA BEACH i I defeated a !good Jax Navy team double play Bailey la H\lilt! lu ,
,,3.1, Harris hurled such fine ball
Bin I Rue pnbnblv pill l lin
lint the onlv hit he nlloll t'd! ante
I f lo the HIirliis( for (he Innln'I Irrinnntlma .
alter one was' out In the dual Inning I
II In theriptdh
of the five 666'r'
game. navy .
timing! when' J. I I' Allen
1 players got on base during the 1,' walked Kimiv iHiunslir walked, i

:' I game tile mit nil and s'lIfI'dI 111'11
I rernindina took a 20 lead In Jerry .'rllllklillIllS kilc, at first | J
Furnished These !Merchants\ and Business !Men I
Directory By i the !XHilie when they came up wilh on on error tiller l Iwo wire ml In
2 runs In the errand Innlnu on un the Innina, I

Suburban"Porcelainize" error and singles by Beryl Rln Burgess ltd rirniMclini' In hil. I 'Parts extra If needed

B E WISE.I and Dot 1 Burgess, Navy came back ling with 2 lull with II ink Bailey,
In the iast of the third to score Jtrrv Irmiklin. Daryl\ l Hue( !Save
T I IDE S Propane Gas Co. their only run of the (game whinBunnen Il'vllll'II! \' Conner and ll.nry
safe ,
was on an corer Kite 111'1111I1hils WE DO ALL THIS.
SERVING ALL I gent to second on an error advanicd I Hun Aim Inn Miktll!\ Pile Cnl" .

LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES .t JETTIES YOUR NEEDS IN to third on a fielder and Jjik Wralhcrlv hint t Iwo fills
LP GAS AND I choke end scored on a fielders lo Iced lliuliliiiulH: / wluli
LONGER WAX THAN JOB Add SG Minutft Far GAS APPLIANCES i holeeFirnandlna. I II Sieve Walters come through with i O Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and
I added another run In one hll fur the liit.m
7 South 7th St.Phnne spark plugs condenser
FersandinEsebor the fourth on singles by Jerry Burgers ppmul in the hill fur
LASSERRE MOTOR 261.J61: (; Franklin and Barry Rice I rtrnundlim Beach but nave way

C slog wwS. I'' Navy ottered a mild threat In 10 J P. AIl'n In the third after III' G Clean and Check generator

T. H. KIN I G the seventh when alter one out I walked\ the first t\lO men he laced

8th St, Ph. 261.381 Friday, July 31 I Grimes got the first and only hit In the Inning.IBvx set points and voltage,

PHOTO SHOP I of the game for the :Navy. but HIP I seoreiIlighlaads J
12:18: a.m. 7:00: a.m. uprising! was quickly ended when' All R II O Set timing regulator

11:57: p.m. 7:29: !) p.m. wedI"I' I a Biville-to-Balley-to Rice Arnett, as.p 5 0 II I
Going Fishing? pr:;: lnl double play ended the ball game Walters In 4 I I i
Saturday, Aug. 1 J'U.. rJ pomalllV.lt I' Harris was never In trouble in Caldwell 2b 4 2 0Allen,3b O Adjust carburetor Q Check battery

V..For 1:13: a.m. 7)6:;) a.m. Photo .. Appaimmext By the game ai he walked only 2 and' II 2 25ukell --- ....
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Supplier UnJ1l"jshm. struck out three cr
Complete Line Of 1:58 p.m. 8:34: p.m. ..;;;.;;'off., 302Wealhn'rly
'N '"' David Johnson and Beryl nice Cole I'
Tackle Sunday, Aug. 2 s led Fernandina In hitting with 2 If 4 II 2
Hoda a Reels lilts apiece with Burgess/ Franklin Mnrl'fleld, rr 4 0 0 .1-
Outdoor Camping 2:11: a.m. 8:57: a.m. Studios At 50. Ash St and Barry Rice gating hits Umicis. p.HII I 0 II ;

Equipment 3:03: p.m. 9:42: p.m. Phone 261.4585 (Box snore) Inlays, lIlt I 0 II ieit
FernandIna AB R II

FIR I EST 0 N E !blonduy, Aug. 3:I Rowland Bailey ssJihnion 3 0 U Ti tale 33 II 0Fernamtma SAFETY qF'I _,

3:26: a.m. 10:00: a.m. I c 4 0 2 s k. rI
BEACH SUPPLY 10:49 UPHOLSTERY 1 lii'vllli. 21)Ilirvl 300 Bailey II 5 I I
4:14 : p.m.
IU Atlantic Ate ZII.celll : p.m. Rice Ib 3 I 12 1.lInI'lHlfr. :1: >> 2 I (II
Tuesday, Aug. 4 NEW (..OYER5YlnR RErAIaYu : Uurgrs. rf 3 1 1 i Franklin. If I 5 I I
Conner rf 0 0 II Beryl limes'. I lb 3 I I
4:38: a.m. 11:02: a.m. '1WtB Franklin If 3 I I flumes, p.rf 4 I 2

Your 5:19: p.m. 11:51: p.m. NEW arse I'; COVERI I l.ancaHlrr. 31) 1 0 0 lJevllle, 2b 3 2 I

ann vol.R Burry \Rue, if 3 II I I Conner t 4 0 I
Wednesday, AulC. :i Acre ; Harris, p 3 0 0 Barry Rare et 4 0 I N

Ad Here 5:41: a.m. 12:02: lI.m. 1'RIT: ESTIMATES[ 1 I 'Jahnnun. rf I II I 0 I 4
We I'kk tp; and Deliver Totals 20 3 7Jsa Alien p 0 0 0
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Will Be Seen Thursday, AUf. 6 Porter & Lovequist I Simpson Navy, se 3 II III Tulals 31 7 6Ilighlaads
I Devers d 3 II IICovln"ton. \/ hut) 3112 IIO.( fi II I
6:46: a.m. 12:49: lI.m. General Contractor p 2 /II 0 Fernandina 4111 OUI 01. 7 8 7 j ;!

7:17 1:00: SPECIALTIES Whllm'r, 3 0 0
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Friday, \ug. 7 rUSTIC l'ILT SIRFACINGCAISINF.TS: Green If 2 0 II Trade At Home
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7-11: a.m. 1.43: ; a.m. Kln'IIES AS!) BATH Phillips ph
Readers 1:53 ItENODELIM: [Iked Ib 2 0 0Brennen f fI
8:09: p.m. : p.m. Complete Showroom 2b 2 I 0 \v i. in ijcsr.: : MWK MKHXMC. is .\N KXPHIT: : IN THE USE OFMODMtN OUR.- I Ii

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\c\\ T ,.i.l. reimmlim Hcnrli, Florida Thnriilay.!' July 30, 1964!) "* ..' Pate Nina

I Junior's Essays. ABOUT YOUR/ HEALTH' Tallahassee- OBateline I

ABOUT FISIIFS I can find and It doesnt make any : BIIITTIE'
dil fere nee how It be-en
A fish ti wet most of the time- dead A cattish; Ir'Ipr: t/al'oo to I I'I I lI.tydun Burns will run scared I' unknown-slipped up on F rrli
when he Isn't he wlslirj he was, ''I eat though, If jou don't think about Summtrtlmt act v t t efl>n ri* agilnst chailis llolley this fall. Bryant Wind side in November
A fish cant live out ot the water I It too mm'h, and If you have some I lull In InjuriM la tht moulh JIM' I Kindlon of Jieksonvllle, I Of I IKiO! ,
because he can't hold his breath "hush.puppies' to go uith It. and te th accord ng to thoAm win nuslirmiiuli' l the publicity Bryant hardly campaigned at all

that lorg, I think an eel Is some kind of a I r can Dental Auociat on. ('11,1,! (II I Urn' is uiiiipilLji!: In May ns aftir wlnninjg the democratic
It would take loo long to tell you I snaky looking fish and I hiueheard How v r, a toolh wk ch hoi well II' in (I'Mill. Hint during a visit nonnnallon In May possibly on
the namei of all the flihei even if : a lot of tales about eels and btenj knocked out con brtmtrttd In TuJ"hll'Sl't.: (Ills week Hun Hit theory long held In Florida
I knew them, but there are tome how they swim away off to Bermu j and can Kin'us iiiniinlkii hi fine !l ul't'mh"I'will Hint nomination U tantamount to

mighty big onu and a whole lot I|i da (IIn salt water) to lay their back Into place provided gro notlm ut' as lilttimillid' as It wus election".. $ SJ. ..*
uf little ones The very blgfc-st fish I'eggs and then all the lltlle eels li wailed In obta In 1I1.1\ I But lhl.1 \won t happujVe **
of all In not a whale-a whale It have lo wlKKlc!: bick 1000 or 2000 I denial nlng linns spent thicc quarters of aniiUun "\ know Charley Jl4P.il Ornl.
treatment.Tho .
more like people than a fish, Itllnk miles to htnc a 'good time therivers dilliiH"" mil 18 to 20 hums IIIR," an aide quipped reccn
the biggest fish Is man'be a and creeks or wherever Ptl(lie: > I toolh iKould be wrapped a d.IY In bull Mve opponents, In tin While Burns Is stilt confident ot
shark or something and the little think they have lo go Sonic of In a clean wet towel or fiiHl inmiiv 1111,1,I Kilxrt Hum winning In November he Is fully
est fifth Is a minnow f:ven a big them might!: go lo Bermuda and placed in a glaii of water It HIL.II' : in Hi Ht''UIlII.I ITin conscious of the hazards, One liHi
fish used to be a minnow, onetime get back but I have seen some no should NOT bo cleaned or yo limns inmp li wtll nwnieif / il his Republican opponent Is
I bigger than a lead pencil more may remove v tal I nut. tin I lI't'III\'IIh'UM' slililis. Repiihllenns well known as minority leader In
1 dun'I know how many little fish than a thousand miles from Dor. IIIM' nuidi our tin pnMI tinHirlda House, Also the fait
it takes to make one big one but I muda, And I dnnt believe Ihev I III" ill' ,ukh inn() dlln'l I |111'ln l to let tliiil llolley Is actively running for
It must take a lit because about could haxe got that far without be.Ing Th* dent it uiually w II ritmovolh ', /HIIV LI I'"INS !1.1 IIII\ iniilir their fut govciiiir as none of his predecessors
the only thing: a fish can find to as big as a broom handle1. Just I In'I\M i'ii II"W" mid, :No\'inlii'rI1 have done In recent his-
M cnnol,
eat I Is another fishA I like any other fish, lo become a m root IHi" III'III'IIlollan,1\ hud milUpubl lory
This mo\e! in technicolor.Miit Aay To Go," will be catfish Is a little different I big eel, an eel eats fish and he Is I Ic n. 11 iIL and anchor ,i' ,n "1'1"1'111 In the fill Anulhir Is the possible Influence
shown at the I Kin Theatre Sundij and Monda> August from most other fishes-he Is more aboul as quick as he Is slick, You I I w c V. ih n two or I MIII'ril! i 11'Him, Kill > 2 and .). like a dog, a hog, a chicken' or a I have to be looking straight ut him lce! woeli iho healing ( ihilr Mil'm; ..1j"'IIQIII inHunl KwlnniiL Democrats to the Republic -
buzzard-he will eat anything he I If you want to see him do It, but piu he can dart out from under anything toolh aid It thouldhuv I'M' tin mil,) w,is abllllt 1 1111) prcsldintlal nominees I
I he Is hiding! behind and catch a noi nal lifo ipanRemenbor .0 In liur of tin- Hinioinilk mm have swipt Horlda fur the past
HALF FARE a minnow so quick that you can't ', sixernl elections,
IV'AKEUP6ER Dear Helen: Do you encourage see him do It. preven- InaH\' t'1 M 1 I Iht' ratio hid evdiul off! M.HIV feel! history will repeat It-
me to start a crusade to mane I About the funniest fish I Is a lion ii tht b it mod tin* In HI 40Miin si'If this November
our bus lines reduce llnlr fare anil flounder, He docim t have one eve But if an accldtf itocrurt till llnl Itintihliinn" inn- livlniiston said Burns will begin
charge only half.price fur older on the east and one eye on the trek proljii anal 1.1111.,11'I i.1011!:,' lilir oi! if hill nillvlv( campaigning!: again In
people T The low fare would pre. west like people! and most cury. troatmtit nmodialely I.mull'id.ili' u urltulilc pillilul mid( -siptinibir,
viil cnly outside of rush hours, I thing else-both his eyes loik ---- -- --- -
Why dont the bus owners do thin I north, (11 the time o
over the country I ? I ve hud It In But the era/list fish Is a little

mind for a long lime What do you I old sardine. He goes In a little flat ---
think? (IIn can, locks himself In and al.
HIONT: SEAT ways ]ca\es the key outsideJunior mini I Innusi six'11'sxful fishir I Ol""en (' ill bulling anil wain Water Heater Special!
Dear Front Scat: III be mUll, iiiid lislul a miles of "IhiiiMlo 1 mill/ Iv riMiliiu: "IK, 1II'lIlt'.1. I M'nisi '. :
dont encourage this blunt'I'I ili, lit In"'Ip Insiiu a Kiitussluls 'If iuiliis ,.111111I'11 i:' mil kiip ancvc
you, although I think thai all old. >ili. inn injihk fislilnii Irip, on luuil ui".itlur i ..nlilii, IIH, I
FVMILY IREF PLEISE< Ing lo perch on anjbodys family I er people should blu/e away al Game Commission 11 I u n Milili( If }1II1''e. nil finiiilli.r 1 isli ul,iviil iid with eiiillilinii 30 Gal Glass Lined Nationally

Dear Helen: Where can I tetInloimullon ( lice! their community to gel things I Advises On Hot will, the Wdlir, or Unit willi and .ibm' ,ill, In sine Mil hiivt Advertised 10 Year Warranty
abuul my ancestorswlitn I done Los Angrlrs and Detroit, I S l1It'lI'l l > that Is Pl'qUilllll'd with Hit piopir '"h.1I11 I lil''nhl' I
they came aenss the mean MII>"' INTO: A IIORUY where reduced fares are In Weather Fishing iclt'"l I condilldiH, --
Dear Helm show bad efert'l 1'ilk' with 1m" il flsliirmin I mill
and settled In America'! II was in : Wo enjoy youi a experience. TALLA1IASSEF Time and '
tic fiibt half of the IBili icnluiy, column :Niw I have a question. lei expected Hut Increased traf. seasons stand still when you fish jU: Hull iipnlon ol whin, ulureno $4900
I have one name and wliu he mai. \lo >e.u know of a eluli mill where fie by seniors would offset operat.Inf lu Florida No matter what the "t die': wluit tin fl.li uit blluiftlikh I ,
rled, but could get no other his 1 may buy nylon jersey: to make costs They dont. Lately wralncr, your chances of citchlngfl in the uiily morning or lattexc
tory yet, I em getting together a into slips, I have a new sewing research group rapped the Idea I'' .h exceed that of fishermen In ',in:, hours and keip uleit for FREE SOUTHERN GAS INSTALLATION
family tree Can you help me: machine and mlUit make a littlenuncy I a "dangerous precedent* In 'sing, any other state, said John W sound 01 sight of ft'c'(ling fish, "*
out? JONAS: wlih t this Vte retired reecntly ling out the senior clt lien and not cln .ofls,
I Woods, fisheries chief, Came and Tiy In locale sharp 'p NO CONTRACTS NO GIMMICKS-
I felt could the crippled the all
sure you help or Blind or
Dear Jonas: Dive Into your public I Fresh Water Fish Commission 01'like i JOK", SIIOHIS, or grassy ur.
Please tend: also your free list of on public welfare" In brief, let's
library lilt the giniology sec. booklet: Postage enclosed I be "fare"! According to Woods, many fish. I CUM, Be' sure to test Hum ullCliti't NO STRINGS ATTACHED

tion One colossal source for Information EAGER, I1'men have a tendency la slow up : Hie wnlir limpcraliire/
PROTECTION I and In In' ik xpilnu ir nhfrislul CALL OR COME BY
Is 20th Century His. near Eager: Se\eral sugges.lluni. llcir fishing activity durlnii the' ( try a -
v.Inn' the wnlir Is cukrIse ,
tory and Biographical Record"Its bubble up, You can I, Write I Ito Dear Helen Alpirl: llelicvc me, hummer months due to a beliefliifll I :
I never miss word write M\iril of but or I iresanil
a you I hpts
In 34 volumes'! MUly import fill h) slop biting In hut weather,
Dul'iine laboratories W liming and to me you feel like an old I cluck I In' blumiili\ uiitnils olyoul
ant In your search Is the ,u.llle' ton DC'law!ere, for Information, 2. friend, One quick question I have I Actual y, It'l not the fish, but the llsh lo luul what It wus Iced SOUTKEBH GAS & FUEL CO.

of the stale jour ancestor Milled Ask your local department store Invented a kitchen Item, 1'm lisliunicn that don't like hot wca.tncr I Ing inTiy Next Door lo Merll'ofntan
1IJ: A1L\MIC AVI':. I'HONi: J6M961If :
In Actually this Is where your : nn-nagcr whire they buy njlonjerse I afraid to show It to a manufact.urcr liolllnit or fishing In deep Cosmetic Studio
hunt starts! Mote on from >our ), 3, Consult the phone director etc who might steal the Idea, \\00"3 said the persistent fiMiir. 1 wntir II other mil hods fail, __ _
} of your nearest big city for I know about patents and their .- n _
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local library lo the near i it big mI'l'I end outlets and mills, then tost Is there cheaper protic.
City library loull probably end write to t"m! for price 4. Get lion for meT INVENTOR: ,

up In the Library of ongrcks, names of textile companies from Deur Inventor: Yes Describe the took the Rayonier Cellulose
Washington, I). t. Hive! a icnul( the big city directory I'm printing Item, sketch II on a sheet of pa. you away
time and slav In toi.ch. I luul. a your letter so that our readers per carrying the dnle, and mall

family tree faittliialliig 1'm will-. -can- hi'Ip, loo'!. It to yourself by registered what do you suppose would be left?
This cobls, about 6!>c. When 8'1011'1
mailman delivers It and
I BARBECUE OUR SPECIALTY I Unopened for .II, ke!<*< p The the government envelope you sealed'and! t. ;: ". f 17'I.'UN TIlE ''AGE ANV$EEI

V. 8 Patent Office honor this a*
BY THE POUND.; Oil SIDE I recognition ol VOLR Idea

The name and address of the St
I SEAFOOD CHICKEN STEAKS Louis disabled man In his mid-
miles who Is hard to
fighting so
A.M. 10 12ao A.M.: DULYbUMM1
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modify Social Security Is Boyd W.
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DINNERS TO GO Louis, Mo 63104 He welcomes
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Mh Street !1'hone 2fil019: FOSTER HOME FOR SENIORSPear I
Friend knows
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about foster himes for kids but
H- I Is there really a program to phec I
elder folks In foster homes, Do
I'I'I the foster parents get paid ? How
does this I I think Us a ter.
rifle: : tofu I lonely old .people) : I

Now. Whats the story ? RUTHIE,

Dear Ruthlei Us a thrilling
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for the Aged It Is usually operated
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I } cfMhty tfnrihtlionb Write to Helen Alpert, National ,
Sinler tenter, LchlU Acres, Ma,
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F.+/. :Ntws-LVMctcr, Fcrnanctina Beach, Florida Thursday: Juij'_. _30, 1M-i CHURCH OP GOD OF -- I II Game and Fresh' """"'
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: ChurchesFIRST \Wednesday t Rev H.I'ROI'HFCY C. Drury, Pastor Given Progress On Reparf N.E." Fla. Too Late To Classify Water Fish Comm

_ I I. At The Mens lour of Power .... 7 p.m 10:00: a.m. ????. Sunday School ll ArrestsLAKE
Prayer Service _"? T:30 pm. 11 am. _'. ._ Morning Service TB Association I BY RUSSELL KAY I Reports
Whosoever will may come" I 7 45 ....,... j
: p.m. Evening ServiM I
: Officers
ASSEMBLY OP GOD last Sunday of the month) 1 Twcnty members of the board of There You at the cigar stand In CITY-Wildlife
t <* 4 7146; p.... Wednesday, V.L.B. StrJ comet a time when your stop
Re?. E. A. Lewis faster I
tl'OO: '.hIo ___ Sunday School CALVARY BAl'Usr CHURCHSunday (' frtt it j Rcrplratrry Disease Association of listens to a one-way conversation couple of clears, "Sure", he says.hat Commission made 1JH9\ arrests for
viol am. -...... Wenhl Service ]. C. BYRD, ASTOR South Rlh SI Hb K1470ZRrv. CHURCH OP GOD ''i Northeast Florida, Inc? representing with his stethoscope wraps a miniature kind?" You hurriedly study game, fish and boating violationsIn
6:SO p.m. C. A. Youth Services.T School ,H___ 10 A.M W. W. Roland I 8 counties were present for the tire around your arm and the price I tags and I point I to a I the Northeast Region from July
:SO p.m. Evanfrellstltf( Service Morning Worship ?.?,,,.. 11 A.M. I Sunday School . 10 a.mWnnlup Cor.L 4th and Cedar Bis: first meeting of the fiscal year i pumps It up. scowls' and mutters l labeled two lor 15c! I, 19 3. to July 1 I. 19f 4. according
Thursday mid week eOl'Yic.- Evening Service .,..._ 7:30: P.H. ,, Service .. .. ... 11 am 1(4f. Phase Manta"JohntM 1.801 Pastor Wednesday night In Columbia I I'mmm'', Did you ever try to smoke a to Regional Manager Brantlcy viola-
I The most t common
T 30 pm. Or8PKINCHIIL Prayer Meeting, Tuesday 7:30: p.m. I I county. Then he stretches out on a but I Gcodnon)
10:00 im. ._?,_ Sunday School you dear after playing with nothing tlon was /fishing wllhout a license
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fllblc Study Tnursdny 7:30: p mtt Also attending the dinner meeting
if ft BAPTIST I tl:ou am. Morning' SrvlclIl I It"K. p table and hooks you up to a me. cigarettes for 40 yeara It li a real I 427 cases There were BOO arrests
it at the Red Barn Restaurant
ST. PETFR'H FPIHCOPAI; : CHURCH I !>> Friday Evening 7.80: pm chanical sort of He detector that experience I lit the darn thing and for hunting violations 561 for fishing .
I in Lake City were seven I
CHURCH State Hlway W NamiaivilK 81. PAUL'S LUTHERAN 7:SO ,.no. M_ M Kvenisg: Service I I guests listens In on your old ticker and and 338 for beating offenses
four! staff members of the Area then Just about choked to death a
The Rev. fame I), till lor, Rector Rev. William A. Frye Prayer netting Wednesday tattles IIIn officer In the 16 county
TB association and one from the The 31
I Amelia City Near latermtlMA1A the /first I puff You wonder how
T1:*)"AM. holy communion Interim Pastor T 30 P.m. | state TB office In Jacksonville Then he looks down your throat area traveled 720672 miles In the
10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist Pastors Prayer Time ft it These heard progress reports on and says "Say Aaaha". sticks a guys as smart and clever as Grou. performance of their dutici duringthe
Gerbhardt Pastor
11 tin AM Church School A. Y. ST. MICHAEL'S pipe cleaner up your none looks at clio Mark and Winston Churchill I .
: (For Men) ..HHH'H 7 a.m. CATHOLIC I the work of the ten-county organization year, Investigated 769 complaints
130: P.M. Episcopal Young Sunday School M.MM_ 11:45: a.m. I 1:00 a m. Morning CHURCH I now fifteen months old. your ears with a pencil sired pc"t- ever got messed up with a face full 1 and spent 86.302 hours on

Churchmen Morning Worship .......?. 11 a.m. PRINCE ft Of This la the schedule of Training Unto, 6:16 Sunday: Mass Ind 4th and come Into my office remainder of the
: The
( every p.m. You aroundIn ter patrol.
presided recLgnlzIng Louise try rolling stogy
Sunday with the exception of the 1 1 Evening Worship. :::::. 7:80:i p.m: : j Donald LUTHERAN K. Ilimmelman CHURCH, Pastor Sunday ..,'.,.,.,,.,, I:00 a.mJunday )' Eases! managing director Mary of the I j But the news Isn.t as bad as you your mouth and your bet are you know officers time 1387 hours wns
- ---- Macs ._._ In 3rd' expected "You In good other
are pretty assisting agencies
Phone 201-5634 Area TB Association frcm Jacksonville It you have chewed it until you I spent In court -
I Sunday School .??........... 9:48 a. m, i Sib Sunday 10.00 Im. for an overall picture of I shape," he says but you'll have have a mouth full of what ever equipment maintenance.,
: Worship Service .," 1100am: I Monday, Young People 7 7:301 I progress Also reporting were Dr. to cut out cigarettes" You take cigars are made of and the Juice I meetings and miscellaneous! duties
Tuesday, Novena Services note of the out bulla In
'* v'rCIIURC"II ? H, L. Stephens, Clay county, chair. I squashed starts running out of the corner of .
I p.m. I man of the area-wide RD Symp. his personal ashray and the package your mouth You decide you had I Goodson said "The number of
LOANS. OF CHRIST Dally _.__ ?? ._ .......,. g am of Camels In shirt pocket '
tom Alert campaign and Laura better sneak Into the men i room the past
South 14th Street arrests made during year
Saturday ....._ Convent "
Chapel If have to smoke", re .
Earl Hilbtrt Minister Tucker program associate on the I you says and learn how to handle the cockeyed li normal when compared to the
1:30: Communion In Convent TB staff from the Gainesville of- "try a pipe or cigar and don't Inhale thing before you appear In Increased number of hunters fish
Sunday: Bible Study _.10:00: am, I tt i5r flee. ." You would like to ask him public in FlorIda.

TO BUY OR BUILD I Evening Morning Worship Worship 11:00 7:00:: a.m. LAST SUNDAY OF THE Miss Estes noted the Iransilion about his nicotine stained /fingers That where you meet the guy I I! ermen Sportsmen and today boaters are better Informed .
?? p.m.MEMU MONTH. I and the but he
: from the Individual county aisocl.atlons pack In his pocket with the pipe. You tell him your I of the lass and we have
METHODIST 7:SO A.M. Holy Communion Is bigger than you are and has a the
t1AL I to one ten county assocla- troubles and he says If you're I fewer willful violators than In
CHURCH I 10:00: AM. Morning Prayerand lion had been spanned and all half dozen diplomas hanging on smart Buddy, you'II get you a pipe past, but the modern Wildlife Of-
I Sermon | phases of the program against tuberculosis I the wall and looks as stern as a and really enjoy smoking j fleer li also better trained and
Nelson 1'. Slayer Pastor
Whether You're Looking 11:15 A.M. Church School Supreme Court Justice no you say I
I. 3:45 a.m. ................ Sunday School (00: P.M. Episcopal Young and other respiratoryIlls : .1[I 'OK, Doc how much do I owelyou7" So you throw away your half ) equipped to deal with those law who,"'
'I'no I *.m. .. Morning Worship Churchmen wan moving forward She cited chewed.half smoked cigar and head I do choose to disregard the
At Blueprints, or (, 6:30: p.m. MYF Supper & Pro. "V the Interest and energies of the I for the pipe shop | Arrests by county were: Ahchua .
trustees In the Individual counties 204 Baker 107, Bradford
grams FIRST PRESBYTERIAN The man behind the counter I ;
Homes For Sale, Our 'j't4: 8.00 p.m. . Evening Worship CHURCH as one reason for this accomplishment /for the coming campaign sole i greets you cordially You 11: Clay 174: Columbia 111; Dixie

tf. <6./' ; 'h -tr Rev John Doctor, Pasta i I I source of funds for the /fight a- your problem and he seemi explain I 80; Duval 238: Gllchrlst 28; Hamilton
Financing Can Help ;, .. 1' "It.w! NORTH 14th STREET Worship Service ...... 1:45: AM She reported also that processIng galnst Illnesses of the respiratory right sympathetic You /find that 43: Lafayette 28: Levy 110;.
BAPTIST CHURCH Church School ? ?. "?. 9:45 A.M. 1 for Christmas Seal mailing system, I you know even less about pipes Madison 16: Nassau 74: Suwan.nee
You Take Prompt t ;. ) 1'1 9:45: am.- ___.... Sunday School Worship Service _....- 11:00: A.M. was already underway preparing Dr. Stephens reported that effort than you knew about cigars You ; 67; Taylor 52; Union 8,
:: 11:00: am _-. Morning Worship Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M. I ---- had been made In each county to have to consider sizes and shapes. |
Sound Action '. ": -:;, 6:30: p.m. ?........M..M.H BTU Church School -..._ 7:30 P.M. I alert the public to the symptoms I bowls and stems to say nothing of ,
7:30: p.m. Evening Worship FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH cf all respiratory diseases: chronic brands and blends. |
7:30: pm Mid-Week Services FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Jerold A. Philips Pallor cough and shortnesi of breath. He I The man reached. In the showcase .
'frtr Rev. J. T. Dunqam Pastor I 16 Ne. 41h St. pointed out, that the Area Association and takes out a pipe Here Is I
Let's Dlscuts It Before TABERNACLE RAPIST Worship Services; I:30 A.M. Sunday School......... 10:00: a.m. was continuing this public education \ Just your style he nays genuine I I lrooperBillsays
CHURCH 11:00 A.MoI h Morning Worship ..... II;00 a.m. project beyond the originally brier and only $20ou slant to
Build Amelia Road Phone S61-S4S7 100: P.M. Sunday Evening .. ...... 7:30: p.m. scheduled six weeks back off an he quickly comes up I
You Refinance ,
lie,. Loyd Chambers, Pastor !Sunday! School __ J 45 A.M. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Mrs Tucker revealed\ that a with a $5 model so you take It ., I
Sunday School 10 ara Training Union ........ 645: P.M. ... ......... ........ 7:30: p.m. large representation from variouscommunity rather reluctantly and then spend )I
Or fur Morning Worship ,.,.._. 11 am Prayer Service Wednesday ft ,group had taken over I another $2 for a special mild blend )i
Evening Worship 7 ,.m. 780: P.M. BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH the "Alert" project in Alachua plus a package of pipe cleaners,
Wednesday Service .,... 7 ,... 4211 South 8th Street Bradford Columbia and Union I a bottle of cleaning and syringe
Fernand/na Federal POiNTS ; PINE DROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Johnny L. Xing, Pallor counties carrying ''It to the public I fluid and a sot of pipe tools, The
FIVE BAPTIST Rev W. 0. .,..../. Pallor Sunday Services! via newspapers radio television I: Instruction book l le free but you
CHItRCH SUNDAY BERVICMt 10:00 A.M. ...'...'.. Sunday School films Information booths and pub. I have wrecked a $10 bill and still
REV. THOMAS HICKS 945: A.M. ......., Sunday School 11:00: AM. _. Morning Worship lie addresses using a newly formed wish you had Just one lousy clijaiette '.
Savings & Loan Assn. )45: a.m. --. _.. tfunday School 11:00 AM. ...... Morning Worship 6:30: p.m. ..............._..?...?_ B.T.U. speakers bureau, .
11:00: a.m.- Morning Worship 6:00 P.M. .. Men Prayer Service 7'/00 P.M. M'n'i Prayer Service Schnabel called attention to the I I'd tell you my experience with
I 1:30 p.m. ........... Training Union 1:30: P.M.... .... Training Union 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship fact that the organization had presented pipe but that i another and 1 41I
202 Atlantic' Avenue ,iSP p.... _?- Evening Worship 730; P.M. .... Evening Worship Tuesday; the Florida Tuberculosisand I sadder stoiy Gloss: I'll have to go I I
Vednesday service 3Cpm Wednesday Services) T 00 .m. Visitation Respiratory Disease Association '
prayer 7: : p MH..HM bock to corn slim That i what I
I 730; P.M. ...!.., Prayer Service, Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: with f 1.000.00 for medial and started on, /.i'" .
education and research
-- -------- nursing
projects seeking a means of eradi- ,I(, I
eating tuberculosis and adequately ,
controlling other diseases of the the Plllipplnes. 3000 Isolated "
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breathing mechanism This was I vlllai.cs!! without electricity have I
;1 : recognized as a significant\ Increase received transistor radios from :Jr \ ,
over prior contributions far C\nr, so the people can \listen to I
this purpose special rural Information and education I ;...

This Arei TB organization Is program Eich radio Is al Pedestrians crossing!! at Inter.
comprised of Nassau, Alachua, sin package: subscribed by Americans sections with traffic
Baker Bradford Clay, Col''imlili. ';, through:: C\RE, New York : should follow the lights
Duval Putnam st. Johns and Ln 1U016 I / or"walk'
and "don't walk"
Inn counties Mrs W. II. Flood signal -
Yulee and Mrs F. F Gaincs Fern I II Cream rises to the surface of >. Pedestrians should con
I andlna Beach are trustees from milk 1! because cream I Is composed I sider themselves traffic units
I Nassiu county cf particles of oil l and fat that': are and take protective measuresto
i Schnalxl, acslstant general manager ]lighter than water and other components avoid accidents Remember,
of the Prudential Insurance of hook In a collision between a pedestrian
Ccmpany southeistern division (! and a vehicle, the pe
offices I in Jacksonville, Is begin- Delaware has the lowest altitude I destnan always loses *
I- fl sing his i second term as president i j and Colniado has the highest attitude 3 3
of the TB board of trustees I of ell the tnited: States
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=: entirely or partly of cellulose. Cellulose is one of man's most use I .

-: ful raw materials, and Rayonier in Florida and Georgia alone y, '{; With A ,$ ,,, ''

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= serving U.S. customers, we ship hundreds of millions of pounds

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= free-world countries..much of it through the ports of Savannah

= and Jacksonville. From it are made rayons, acetates, cigaret

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== all told, some 6,000 useful products you'll find all over the world. ? '

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    / AD RATES I I sleeps 6, call 281-3928 J30c FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOKflnomijour :
    help with drink. '
    TIlE .
    your IN TilE CIRn'IT emit I" AND ( R'H IT cW l RT .t'\I HTH! I
    per win. .15 MlBlmnnt In* problem. Write Box SiR: FOR NUUU (C0NTY FLOklD4 tllt'IL OP. i'i.tIt.Ifl'
    0 f Thank. Rm lDUoiud City or Phone Jax El 6-7700 IN tlMNtmtCmr '.
    size card table. Four steel frame
    llmUir Nt4lm toMPANI Florida corporation tt No 2J1J IHMH10NNAL PISS U4/DEIE'6iWUNO TUNHELS

    ; PS, w.rd |1M Mlnlmarikl c.dlis, Tualcx/ padded. Mocha. Ii., A8a1\110"FIIII"n" MORTGAGE ; ,," FROM /O TO 35 FEd r LONGWITH
    a eonponnlltonsn.
    V;,cd twice Half 201-3784 HELP WANTED Plaintiffs, .
    I 261-3M8 or 2 '1.?AR7 price. Y."AKD. 1 55.4 endor .n Art o' 1'ontressa.tdenltting ..O Rill.0 \t /6 SMALL KOO/H AT TUG
    JiOc I. tha hd.rol N. ; '
    IIIILDERI, INC. H al punu.nl ENP 0 # 5uCOwrn'6
    phct ad at off leo ncfcndanH.NOTirE hoed' Martin, Annrlullne hailri
    or SALESMAN FOR NASSAU COUN. : OF suiT Art, hivln In principal office In the rVf' OWLS, OPOSSUMS, IMP/GO
    FOR SALE BY OWNER In Pirate'sCove
    611 Ash Stnoet TY area. Salary and Commlstlon THE!: STATE!: OF. FLORIDA rnv n| Wanhlniton, IHmrlil ol Icilurnkli .. itlpJli": SNAKES AND RATTLESNAKfS I
    3 bedroom. 2 bath house ,
    -- To: John B". KnitIiouiav GOPHER'S
    Paid OFTEN lI'SErHE .
    with family room, deep well vacation .:; M4el r Plaintiff,
    Work out of Fernandlna U S. 'Route II Bvpais VI. BURROW e* THE UPPER SHELL -
    FOR SALE Pay small equity and assume ; SuitES O. IMDn'N CLORUM --
    Poet Office lion M7Athciu an
    Beach office. Car furnished and IIADDEV hIs WH, OP TUB TURTLS (S CALLED THE
    mortgage!: 2601 Mcurcgor Blvd.281.s.t Tenneiae
    maintained Write Box 76 .Y, ArMies D Kelly ndi-nrtenn AND WfLf FKUir /VTuau 'CARAPACE,THE LOUVER. SHELL.

    liME PAYMENTS OF 12 .I. tfc Fernandina Beach News-Leader Hull-lay Motel AFFIDAVIT FOR rO\8TRHTI\E iris ccws/t>EREP TH PLASTRON

    III!. Bucket ieM ts U. 8 Riuce II Bv'Pan StHVICKSTATF : : VERY GOOD TO Ar -:
    power 1963 CIIEVROLET PICKUP with J30C: Pont Office Os, aol !': or l't.ORIDA I
    ecrlnf, Rill 261.4630. Athena. Tenneiaee CO!"NTV OF DUVAL
    J30 i over tiled tires Can be used as You are hereby notified. that s full BeCore me psrnonativ tppeoredStetohect w

    -- A6p I, beach buggy. 261.3698 JJUp ROUTE SALESMAN, Jacksonville hu been filed againit you Ward i'irafotd( who 'being by me
    Corp. needs young, married Bulldera, Inc a leOne 'ii torporatlnni' first duly iworn deposes uid says:
    MONEY: DOWN 3 bedroom '! PoRTABLE Clarence: R Ward and Amanda: 41SF' I TSat affiant l nefrounne I tee
    nes. complete for living TUe SINGER SEWING high school graduate, 21.35. Must atdlne Ward hi. wife, All.it ate plaintiff. Federal National MciitfageAuoclutlon
    MACHINE, Upright Piano Oil be aggressive and mechanically Homea Inc. a Florida corporation: .
    th, uk floors, etc Write for : and M. H. Hammond and Myrtle THjmmor.l 1. llml diligent .e Hot Water Heater, Oil Heater Inclined To service and maintain I have '..en made tn dlnrover' Hienamet
    folder hi. wife, In Iia.bvsin' '
    I o Quality Homes P.O. ::
    with drum and stand, IJjO Ford coffee and rood vending machines titled I coo,., and that you are required and resicienrei ill I I he defendnti : a ,
    61 Oceanway Jacksonville I 201-5814. Yulee and Fernnndina ti file vnur ani..er with tOo Clerk o( Riger II. Hidden aiiJ i.lorla;) .
    Flurlda! Call collect 764-4070J30 .OOpSACRIFICE this Court and to aerve i copy there. M, Madden bin wife. and Ihul the jErncryoP I
    area. Starting salary $8000 per of up 'in the plaintiff or plaintiff I attorneya > lame are let forth In this (wornetatement 5HELI.. 6
    A6.13.20cRMSHED 16 FT. FIBERGLASS I week fringe benefits good future whoie name and addreti U ai particularly as li knowita. .. /uWME5

    outboard boat complete with 40 to Box 766-A Fer. Jennings' Watts, Clarke and Harnll: 10 .1II.nl. .
    TWO BEDROOM I Reply ton, 1200 Barnett i National" Hank llulld That the JI.'J the defendonte: I ,
    Roger ii, } illorla M H.id: .
    hp. Johnson Motor Seminole narldliid, Beach 7-2 9c tee Jacksonville I. Florida. not later -
    use Shady lot( Call 261-4063 den his wile. .. II WEIG,51F ,
    than Aumift 80 I1S4 If you fall to do particularly as "'-
    Trailer and accessories Smart ,
    kmmn. tn altmrrt, In. UnKnmn.
    Ito ao a decree proron tests will be entered 70POLI4'PS
    3 old best olfer 4 Th.ii the real0 l of I the dc-finr i 6
    rig only years HONEST, SOBER GROCERY or agalnat you for the relief' demanded ncr-a

    AND SADDLE for sale, See anytime at 862Vi No Hutch.cr meat cutter that Is willing to quiet In and the remove complaint certain Tnla suit clouds lato M ants Hddcl.ii. Roger him II. wife Madden. .. and purtkuliirlvli illorla l

    12500. Call 261.4456 or see at Directly behind 836 No. work and wants .,to get ahead. from the title of the plalntlffa In and li known In affiant to: Unknown "f' *

    1 So. )4th. St. Ito Fletcher Also experienced man In grocery to the Mowing described property MAHON STRATFOHU GoPjJERm
    located In the Clv of Fe'n.ndlna /<' Stephen Stratfordfltrphen -rHRuodi7
    and meats to train for super Beach Costly of NassaU, Florida, I Strut ford
    RFBQARDS FOR SALE. For MUST LEAVE IMMEDIATELY visor Write Box 1000,' Care of A'l i of those pieces or parcels el lilt 1 Bavmar llullrilnK, I OR

    formation call 261-5698 or tee First $:>00.00 takes It. Pick up Lake City Reporter Lake City, land Section I IIi} ;. lying(181, and Section being Sixteen In I Jacksonville\ 'fur FlurldaAtlornevi Plulntiff &:\\'''' *, pOR/pA fORTOfcE' ;; I TarLt 1

    Moore Grocery. J23 30, A6p payments 3 bedrooms 2 baths Fla. 2t J23 30c fid). Ortlon !Seventeen, ((111 Sworn to and Bubwrlbed before ma "'" t'I ; :\\ ,
    Den etc Large Lot. Finest sec. and Section Nineteen , Town- this' 1 14th: day el .uly,

    OOM. BATH block house, I tlon Fcrnandinn. Call 261-4494 INSURANCE AGENT for established Tuentvnlne ship. Three (II"((3))) *0.1.North lying Range and A'aIrma D I 191(4.( Rllter FLOKIPA GAMS AND FBfSH W4rtX fffff COMMISSIONThe

    condllloB $2500 No downyment. J30p debit In the Fernandlna being EAST of the followIng rteacrlbed Notary Public Slat of Florida it

    P. 0. Box 335 J23, SOp GAS: Beach area with one of the fast start line:at for the a point Interiectton of reference of II Mv Late tuinmliilon expires: Mar. 80 J
    NEW 1963 refrigerator.I.door .
    I 5010
    est growing Insurance companies the boundary line of Section
    wl. r 41 JM, M, AS 13
    CONDITIONER, like new, IHn 11 cu ft, automatic defroster Townahlp 1 North, _
    In the south Good chance Hinge ID iCait: and the Southerly American Cancer Society Except for channel cats, all catfish .
    Was Sale
    ,20000. 261-3922, tic, $41995 price for advancement Write to H. R. right'of,way line of Atlantic Avenue AfieldBY ,
    I $359.95. See at Suburban Propane General thence continue North U de- PUBLIC NOTICEIN estimates that about 2(10000( people Sports feed almiMtt entirely by scent

    PECIAL" 48" chain link fence showroom 7 So. 7th St. J30c Dlnklns Superintendent creel IB West along the said THR: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I will die of cancer this year Sports Afield
    Delivery San Mateo, Fla. Southerly I right.of. av line ef At IOIRTII JUDICIAL: CIRCIIT ur I Many of these deaths will be un.
    steel --- TED
    jrlth poiti t9c per IIn.t. 2t, J2S, 30p untie Avenue s distance of 4U H TIlE STATE OP HORlnA, IN
    Will\ tnstall Free estimate, feet : thence. continue AND MIR NASSAU I'III'MTV IN I necessary many cases could The bent way to dry IfiBher;
    down Call FOR RENTS ------" ---- lhIOU.I.::;! t Went slang rilANlERV (AKK NO 212], have boon cured by earlier diagnosis The word peeler designates the boots, In the field Is first, tiwuunlt
    payment 261.5171ay. ,
    said Southerly right nf way line ol7M CEKTAIN.TF-ED PKOIIUtTS TORPORKATION and prompt treatment. Sco condition of a crab and not a species and clean' (him with clear wwicr;
    Coat tal! Fence. Mfg Co. WANTED of Atlantic' Avenue i dlntance Plalnilll
    tic BEDROOM COTTAGE furnished S fret In the point of beginning cst4RI.F'HtAarToN I IlOllN I your doctor annually fur a health A crab reaches a peeler( stage Then wipe dry and stuff with .w

    of the line herein described) eedCONIITANCE i hit kup. Just a few days prior to sheddingIts dry cloth Huns them In the shade
    210S So. Fletcher. Year round. South IS degrees
    : : DRAVT4)N. hIs wIle,
    ANDARD SERVICE STATION Call 261.3228. After August 1. RELIABLE COLORED GIRL 17'!.f"tr..n: of t.9M 4 feet Delesdueta. shi'II.like covering. Soon after When dry apply' boot conditioner'

    mile north of Callahan Inter. wonts 3 days work per week. to a point: thence continue South NOTICE OF BALK PUBLIC NOTICE molting, the shell Is soft, and In Sports Aflild -
    Call 283-4431 Waycrcsi de II West UlaumceI of Notice thnt.
    3 frees ( la hereby given puruunt
    tlon. On U.S. 1 or 301! Phone 4t J30, A6.1S.20e His references 261.5626. J30p I 1.011 i feet to S point: thence continue 1JI. a Final DenreeofP'cre.. : I IN THR: flRd'IT' COURT rol'RTH' this Mage a crab Is known as a

    CI-5651. J30.A613.20C South S degrees 48' rut a ci naurienter nO Iuruuaenumiered JIUHIAL 'IlIt'I'IT' Or HOMIIIA wift-shell crab. Spurts Afkld When unhixiklna a nhcppnhrnd.
    oceanfront home In distance of 145 SS feet to the South.' 1823 in the Circuit Court of Nanaauoun.v
    LOOKING FOR IN AND ton NASSAU IOINTV don't undcrcntlmntc the power In
    AVAILABLE SEPT. 1. Large 3 Went corner of enld. Section 14; t' I l"teidii. I will nell the prop. .
    IN ( IMNIrKV ( AhlNO 2IH4
    I OLDSMOBILE no equity bcd.room house. Large living Fernandlna Beach Two bedroom tbenre continue tiuth IS degrees coy Hunted, In Nassau County; Klur ( rHTAINItHI PKOIIKTX I'OHPOKAriON One wny to make retrievers Us jawt These fish feed,! upon

    ake up payment Call 22. and dining and and dining room a necessity Will M Went a distance of 170 fl feet Ida, the'nt'r ited. aiThm : Ihe IIK'rrinor bv nicrSir Mop chewing dead birds Is to run dams bnrnailcs and nystcr and
    rooms large f Section
    e.tesrnero nf
    tci tt 5.: J30c glassed porch. Close In. Phone consider lot to build. Box 2b6 IS Townihlp I North )Rons' **. trw of land allu"te, Line andbeing I lo lloihlNt INHIiriTK, INC.I-OK a toruoratlon EtIOl'.N.IIOL nulls Niiurpcned at both ends crack Hum like peanuts Sport'

    Rumson N. J. A27e East; ihenre continue( !South degrees In the County (if N,'laiuil PlaintiffHINII through the bmllcs of the dead Afield
    261-4503 Ito
    I WORLD BOOK teaching ma. -.- --- 22 West a dlntnnce of 1.829. and Male of 1"10.101., kn.wn and "..
    birds and have the dons retrieve
    63 to i point: thence continueSouth de'cnhed ai' Commencing at a .
    .. .
    chine; 1 ladies blege coat size SMALL HOUSE closeIn. I* deEm.. 14' Bait e dlatance of Afldtl
    no steps, point where the Eam line ""c. Kll.It-It, hIs wife, them Sports Accordlnii to the Slate Ilnnrd ol
    |14; 1 boyi pile lined car-coat Ideal for couple Apply at CLASSIFIED of 19 3S feet to a poInt on .. Won 42. Timnnhlp II. North. Cities I IMcnd.nl.
    : lulled
    ; liUu
    boundary line of Conservation the mullet
    the Southerly rEnet: Interact the Smilherlvright ; I
    aloe 14; 1 boys lip-lined top coat, Seaside Motel. tfc DISPLAYCLOSE .eld Section ISWITNFSS 'of'way line utoJiiKi Hood TIIK STAIK NCITKF or riOHIIIA or SI ir TO: I It can bo danxorous to string I Lion, Is the Florida suit wale'
    lite 14. Phone 261.3733. hand and the sent ol ( la In' ."HivY-lhence run
    ; fastened to
    '"iSolh HIM L KEllER and your citch to a rope fish catiiiht In urcntnt number
    Fernnndlm Bench,
    3t J30.A813CI I ATTENTION 'I mid! Court nt 14 degreeS 89 minutes Wnl ANNIE!: M. KKl.lHt: his Wife
    Inridi j( this 10th day) of July. 1014. along. the uitharly Might" i'f.Way HAHIIINHTON. II C:, your belt v-lion flHhlntf. oil a heath Now being canned, It ttimpaiei
    I fortable turn I.tied bungalo and (COURT fcEALI <*l D. O OXLEY lint of Rlala Stood No IllO for r o Mite ""1.t.\. MA1IIH In wdIHI-dl''P waler' DInt I Invite with sulrru n In flavor an
    I FOOT CHEST type freezer $50. 1 OUT D O Oilev( Clerk I Ilea WI feet tn i point thenceSuulh favorably
    apartments. Fur rent during o"h. Circuit C'urtIty 31 01 mlnutea Kavtfr HOI IK I I. IHIX "l, trouble Slunk may ho In the
    731 So. 14th St 261.4456 J30.A6cUTOMATIC school term. Desirable locations Pontinrs Hulck.i I 1 / / Sara Joyce DavlaP8PU7.g'73''M.ndA. deCrees them HlllltKI. rIOIIIIIA. quality.
    I On 1961 777 50 feet to a p ilnt You and eui, h of you ore herihvnotified vlilnlly. Sports Afield. -
    -- between Moore's and Seaside ftiuth 87 degrees 17 mill ute. Paat thnl a nun,. hoe hero filed 0'fiitlat .
    .. .
    WASHING MA./ Tempests for M fact to S point lh lue
    Hotel Phone 2615621. J23, 30c South 14 lI.,.... 21 nilnulei, Weal you In lb eatcveeo tilia't cHimeimcl --
    CHINE In excellent condition. Special acquainted I" ,' hid, $ you ore hereby recinlied

    f$75. See at 1408 So. Flclcher FURNISHED UPTOWN 3 room prices! PUBLIC NOTICEI I for I4JH7 79 degrees feet to 39 an minuipt Irnn theireNorth taut: the file Circuit your an.wer Court mid kith lo I the me..v'I ti,''copy of PUBLIC NOTICE

    J30C Ford Pickup for It feel In an Iron and point Plulntirfa NOTICK TO (HFDITOHS
    I I apartment, utilities washing machine Used 10 I : or nios of beginning It'en'erotllnoe thereof Attorney ui orr the oh"I'hilnllfl aenIltls" or and addreu I'I.UIIIII" STATITmIM '

    Also beach rentals. Phone Extra Clean $830:; Propoaala will' be received North 7> degree :in mlnutet kail: In' TIlE lOlrIT' Of THf: CO!''NTVJlllliK I
    FALCON low mileage make I 261-4642 W. I. McCranle tfc Can Finance by" edB of County Commission I fur 9U feet to an Iron them I THOMAS SI I. IIAI.L N HHAU (OtNTV, SEEN IT ON TVL'T
    of Naaiau Countv Florida, until, South 14 degree il mlntuea West
    |offer. Phone 261.3635 during day. ers Attorney fur 1'licll,cllf( 11)4 IN FKOHATE. LOK'I
    HARI'ERI'ONTIAC Ions A M., on the 12th day..f AU. for lOt feet to an Iron thence I II North mirth, Hired In rei Stable' ol
    tfc I FURNISHED APARTMENT by 'tiUST A. D., 1IM4 at which time South 75 tie frees 'M mlnuiei. West P erwIn': dma Hem:'h, r"1'irliln; ulrlliM.e Caaiady llrreiiedTo .
    week or month. Reasonable BUICK they will be publicly opened and read for 50 feet to an Iron, them mil the of Anguit All trtdllon: >nd renuni, llnvlnsllalmi HI
    ICE, LARGE LOTS for ss.e: Fernandlna Beach at the Commission meeting. to beheld North 14 tie orees 31 minuteS Kitt :: I.II\t\, Ih.in. fail::thilld'r.:i ao Me: or Drnland. Asalnit: Reid
    I rates Call 281-4320. tfc In the Commission Room for loo feet to an ,Irnn and point Pro Confeiin Kill tie entered a. KMalri .
    [ Good teims One quarter mile I 261-4167 tv nuthouse, ernandlna of beelrnlng. ronlnlnlng Oil ai" cree gamut vou fir the relief tIe.nioiiedis You and each o' you on. hereby I
    South of FKe Points on Amelia NICE 3 BEDROOM unfurnished I coun'l 'rel. There li a 15 strip of hindreeev.d said Complaint The nature ", sold, millfied .rr.1 req".d, In p reset,I icy
    I Rd. Call 261.11>121 tIc I I The "work; conslnta of PAVINll, to lbs Weal side. of Ilia null .being for P',,re,'I,isira cm the 'fill' eloims. .nd temndu which vol,. 0'
    house Call 261-5214 tic TWO ROADS ON SCHOOL above denrrinrd' Inn't of I.ui'I I. lowing riencrlbed property' Unite InIhe either nf you. moo eafaini I thle
    I I I TY WHITE AND COLORED SCHOOLS OILS running. North I ilegma 21 ( tnumy ,of N umauan 4 MUle ol 1 \ .l.lie U. Blrtle Mae Canaily.
    EE THE NEW SANDY KOUFAX VACATION HOUSE sleeps 12. II I-- IN THE CITY I Of CALLAHAN minutes' Eliot from lie H. Werner linda. lii.wll. 1 ed. line nf laid County, Ihe der..1=
    uy.1::: ;
    I no prop. no gears, pure thrust, I Oceanfront Fur. Bidders may obtain plans speclflcations 01 above rteoirllwd. tract .Houlh Fight' ISI feel of Siilidlvl- I ly Judge ol, Nauau I :
    I outboard engine. ntitd. I I FOR SALE proposals etc, by applying of lund In the N irth .uunoln.y tin' "U" of Lot tt anil the N irthlorlytwn I lit hi. oflic In the timrt hsUSCOI
    velocity Jet nlshed I tIc to D O Oxley Clerk to said BoardRoom line of lund. now u..ned by Oil 1421 fret of r.ubcllvl mild, County at Ftrnnnclma, Beach.
    I Runs In 2 Inches of water ( hours No, 10: County CourthouseI .: I vet Henderion for Egreasattil ohm "C" nf Lot" U. nil 'In Him, k Fliirlrin. within aiR ralendur nionlhi.
    gallon Only 111995 Dealer SCOTTY TRAVEL Trailer. Com- YIIEE ernandlna Hearh. Florida, No deposit I Ingret.a plrmsemonty.( Two Hundred I""urleen 1'141.) aaihcmn from the time of the first puhlleutlonnf
    per I la required at public mole. tn the Mghent .mcl on. Ihe ifficlil' |cl ,1, >if the this Otiee, Two cuplei of ",'h I
    Inquiries Invited Phone 261.5063 pletely equipped Sleeps five. Bedroom Masonry Home A hid l horrd properly executed bv .heat bidder for cash al the Nc.MhcrnFrvnt (llv of Fernandina.. an lilhigruih, shun or clumunJ, hull he In ..rllln.. !
    Lor Write Box 138, Fernandina Make your reservation. Bcotty the' bidder and by a qualified surety. Door of the nun..5 Ci'uir,v ed and lanuid bv H lie, Florid'I.i Dill and abut( atate the plnce, nf ...llIen,'. I I :
    ." large/ Lot Concrete Drive or a certified ranhier S check. In a CourlhnuM. rrrnandlna ",,"h. rior mail ('ntttany. In I IPaO "III'' enlur(5'Oct. nnd poat office .dd.... al the claimunl -
    [ Beach. Fla- "* ". <. Trailer Sales, Pa. .-261-3474,, :v sun not .leaa tItan five 1 :. per cent ol : lita.' between 1100 oil'xk an :imclJ I revised and reiosr' I Irt IHti1 I and boll' be ivorn to by theijulinunl .
    Carport. Patio, Hardweoit the amount i T>>ld. tnnrle"payahle -tit :ttht"h'rttoclt; p m,- nn AngUHi 0. I I'HH nd 'Oil hay the I'i.riilu 'I'cstl ,' bIn Kent, C alterney y and I IHI I :: :
    .00 down, $57 month buys ma- UPSTAIRS APT. S rooms and floors central heat fenced Nassau County t'lo.ldu. must aicnnv (SBALl I* n O 0X1.rY lit' .fntvetne: titC"tIc: pliny. .11,'''rlunl '' liv a ffllnj I reof000 I ,
    1 each bid j 5 guarantee that CLERK: Of THE CIRCUIT; COUNT WITNTSS: my hami'anil, ( nffltlnl. .e"I', ) dollar, and auch rlulm or demand not
    home unfurnliUcd 3rd and 'OO.'I.:
    sonary, three bedroom bath, yarfa. rn.nit. event the" .'0 la awardedto Albln C. JrAttorney durable
    back.. : Thompaon i of soul Court In the I llv if rernmdlna au filed ihull heveld At lite( isa itIt/(
    chua. 261.3644. tic the bidder he will enter Into contract for Piaintiifpie Heac, Nnsanu' C"imlv, I /./ Dnnuld L. LanlreaiUonuld
    John T. Ferreira A Son 261-5571 furrrtsh the required bond and Atlantic Avenue it,,. Itlth. day ',f July. A U IIM4 I"'ldll'l L LunclrrM Aseoecut'rnf
    TWO BEDROOM furnished.:;; apt will atari work within the number ofd.iys FrnandliM Beach Florida (SEAL) /a I II O OXIrY: the I,net Will and Te.l.m.nt of Her
    08 Atlantic AT*. Phone 261.5571 stipulated In his I proposal No IT "Ml: ,. Nassau Building
    : Clark; of the CI'ull C"url nl lie M" CM..I.IV
    421 N. 3rd St. John T. FerMlra ft Son : _
    ---- Private entrance : bid bond ,,dsrra.hier's chantwill Nuasau County, Florlil, A'hln C. ThcMt.ii.on. J,.
    H IEXALl1MCUSTOM MADE tfc be returned until after tabulation PUBLIC NOTIC-E THOMAS II IIALIA .. Attorney, fur FNeetilor & Supply Co.
    and of bids All much
    analysts 'frnev f' Venetian blinds measured and ROOM unfurnished house..-u -- ,- ---- --- -.- -, bonds or checks except, from bid NOTKF OF yoltp.rI.oci'SE 5,5.6 II North, Fourth HlnrtFernandlna l'ernandina Beach I luritla 1129 S. 8th Ph. 2IH.3GI8
    installed Wide range of colon. TWO d... being considered for awurd BY CLERK OF tlKtllT (Ollir' bench I 11"ld. .'Inl "uhllc.llnn July :SI 1 1084.
    iftr 1( -tr will be returned by mall within 19 Nellie la hereby given the undenlgnert 41 JMI:\ A' 1:1: 211 IT 1.10. AIU.ZO ,
    PORTER ft LOVEQU1ST Color duvs from dole af bid opening ; OXI .Ibn\: ol j -----.--- ---- --------
    3 ROO1FCao.lSIIED! ;; garage ; : :: D O py.: --- ---- --
    tIc Each shait be pioced In .
    Center. Phone 261-3068. VW proposal Circuit Court f N.H JIII County' l"t'.r'
    1 apartment _" .nv.h(" ... sexlcd and end.irnedthe 0" Ida will on Ih* 7th d.iv of AuguntI'HH .
    TWO BEDROOM house on Ray.on <:r I II I outilrte 'Bin I ION PAVINU( OF at II no tech.' k AM in the
    'HOOL PHOI'r
    TWO ROADS ON Si rronlIf"" cf the Njanu Counivr
    Rd Large lot. Terms arrang I SMALL ONU!: bedroom unfurnished, I I TV WHITE AND COIOHB.D SCHOOLS "urthouMNa>.au Coyly In the
    ed. Ph 261.5421. tfc house. M. COOPER 1 IN THE CITY OF CAt.i.AItAN", AndDelivered City of Fernandma "",,'h. "rind.
    I I to D O Oxlev, County. offer Iii rai.mn d tell ul "public tut L B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO
    o3 :- *r AtCooper's Clerk If delivered bv mall this envelope cry to the hlgheit and .bent bidder
    | No' Fletclcr Ave Lot 50x200' I TWO R'OM: furnished apart :: shall be placed : another' for rush. the f,"ll>ming de>crilMd
    Two story duplex, and garage apartment ment. Laundry14th envelope end addressed Board ol 'ysltuate I In Nuaiau County
    Ciunty Commissioners' of N ,.sau .
    Florida to wit:
    $13.000. j I B. F. SA3I.MAH and Beech Sts. Couniv Florida 'h D 0 Onley Clerk tot Ten (lot, 'Itlwk Three 'tOt.
    Wtr Countv Courthouse. Fernandma lieurh. FOAMS! MFADOWL. Unit On. Carrier
    LARGE SHADY Lot 100 x 217 ft. PHONE ZUS321VACATIOS PHONE 2613003Fernandina : i I Florida' The propoaal sh ill reucn the ill I. .rr"r ding to pi.it recorded. in
    I < 'bark's office no later than the day Pint. Bonk 1. Page 45 of !'" rur
    $1750. APTS.OCEAlFROT Beach's ar 1 hour stated herein, .before rent public" recind.0IN.assoU'

    to W f:> : :; APTS. completely ,, The County reserves the right la County, Florida
    ; waive Informalities In any hIt\ : to puriuant In the final decree of fore
    (30 N. Fletcher furnished Day. week or month Volkswagen CornerOr i reject any or ell ..t."h nr cloaure entered In a cue pending In
    I INCOME BEACH property on one 584 S. Fletcher Ave. 2614878 tfr I In part with nr without cause: or to aid Court. the style of which 'larCDFRAI. 'AIR CONDITIONINGHEATINGICE
    bid In whole. or In putt
    I accept any NATIONAL MORTl;AUB;
    lot Duplex 3 bedroom house. that In Its tudgment will be 'for the ASSOCIATION a corponili'in. etc."
    16500. Owner will take 2nd FURNIShED DOWNSTAIRS apart. PHONE 354.9093 i best Interesta of the' Count PlaintiffTHOMA .
    men) for rent Desirable locatlin: I I pOAR'O OF COUNTY COMMIS- ". MAKING MACHINERYSALES
    mortgage. i I e-OWFRS *. L. MUIIHAY et u<.
    T> TV 261.4227. tfc I I BRUNDAGE MOTORS NASSAU (COUNTY FLORIDA. Defrnlinliand .
    I FOUR. LARGE shady IlJt ti at Five MISCELLANEOUSFLOOR 1250 East Eighth St. I, Sty Jim Thmn ,aChalrma'n .the 2020.wl'rNF.otl d<'cket. numlwr of ..loll h !Iiouoiher & INSTALLATIONS. /

    Points If you( dtsire, w! will Jacksonville Florida I ATTFST: mv h..nd and the off!.
    build for you n o Oxley clal. ...1 n' mid Court' inn 2Jrd day
    Clerk. of July 11104SEALl .
    -ir for SANDING sad rofinlihing I 2 .r23 :Ie ( it' P O OXI FYUCHK

    I ONE CORNER BEACH lot N. Floor tile Paul E. Hinson or THE': CIRCUIT fll' HTOF
    third "
    Fletcher. 75 X 100. $2800. Phone H-4fi09.< tIe PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Knight KlncaM Pouiher d llarria .

    down. NOTICB FOil BIDS Attorney for Plaintiff
    NOTICE ivrirR': riCTITlois NOTIcr la .hereby given that the I III I Cornell fink Building
    CONTACT PETE INGRAM WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS I' NAME: LAW I Board of Trueteei of Humphrey, Me Jacksonville. Florida J2:*'. ./
    I any mak Stoves cleaned Not Ire Is hereby fiveff thai the un, mortal llmpil.il will receive' hldi until IT J3U ,
    Salesman I Buy sell repair used furniture rlernlvned. puriuant to "Ictitlnui I 111 oo AM Augum 20 1 IMH for f
    L. L. Bobannon Agency Name Sntule House Illll No 1173, the ln.iall' ,tlon nf an AUTOMATIC PUBLIC NOTICE I .r, "
    Phone 26I-52M Ph. Hester's Yulee M5-S294 tfc I Chapter No. 20'i5J. Law of Fl. rldjI1M1 SPRINKLER PROTFCTtON SVSTtM t '-
    13 North 4th I, I ( will rentier with the Clerk a. I Details and spiel first;'at. may lie NOTICE or FQI'AIKATION IHIARUMCFTIMl '
    | "We Mlicli lJl! all on Homes aid FAST EFFICIENT BICYCLE repair the Circuit, Court In end far NMIM I.'I obtained from the office of the Ad. I 261-4892 '
    Acreage" auntv. Florida upon receipt( al pror, mMimrator All bide mud be sealed. NOTICE H HEREBY flint' that
    I service by factory trainedmechsnlcs 1 of' publication of thle notice. the lie, clearly marked, and filed with the the City CommIssIon of II'h:1I City ofFernandlna
    Pick up and delivery tltluui name. to''tt' Adminlitrator within the time allowed lleich, : al aBoard 1104 S 8 STREET
    | TWO NEW 13' GAS RANGES 30 I MACS KINCLAIR SERVICE Board ....rv.. the right, to re. of Equallijtl.fl I. wn Aogu.t 10IXM .
    Inch, all modern features Dra to your home In Fernandina I Unn r .hlcn W sarlingo ged In, I" any and all bIde al IW Oii| lL/rf it theCItY
    for quick sale. I Beach. )'ulee and Oceanway builneiiWe THIS 22NU DAY OF JULY ; Hall to h eiroil'r..mr>lalnta orrequeata

    One tically was reduced$23995. only $210. Ono I Write or call for all prices King Hlreet are enlaced Fernirfdlne In builneii'Meach' el rieThat So8th LAd for C. W Itrandlei' mania In cmcernmg Fernnndiri, pr.ipertysmenS.Bemh r'l"rlda We Service Everything We Sell'CI Ieiunnthna 4 4.t

    $185. See at Bicycle and Hobby Store Rncse- I the only parties Interested In 4.. W. BrarHiee, Chairman DAVID M GATCHFL: .j
    was $209 95. now | Jacksonville Phone . Suburban Propone showroom I II veil Mall. dim. and E. D. McCl.im Memorial Hospital City Auditor
    JJOc J87-4354. 41 ii.! 16, 23 and 30p 41 7-23.:101',13: ::21 J2J.ilk 3\ JJII. A *

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    Pace; Twelve New.Lender. rorrnndim< Hmdi, Florida Thuridiv: July ;0, 1964!> I
    .. -.. -.. I O SWEET CONTENT Midsummer:

    Among !home khowlnu subslanlhl mill ol 1/oI11/1 To live Is Joy enough for me: I
    :Sales Tax ReceiptsNet hwrl'as'sH'rl! grocery: slort's.1! Sloe 11 Its lax Increase hum one Enough to breathe the Incense I No Time to Orphan Roses

    $842,241. restaurants $1.Ij3,4112taverim ID two per ('tut on the sale ol mo( sweet
    .pneknte: stores.night cluhs tor Kindts( \ was I103IOU! overand 8, ,ar 1 Of flower blooming at my feel:
    : State More 11I1.968, variety! stores $118,861.! II above the normal Increase of Enough! to share my daily bread, to Growing have and roses when Is a you've lot like done raising a good chil job Iren, ,it They're shows, nice and
    drug si or 01 S4J7331, general mer. J7j7.SOU, The three per cent tax I That all Cod'i creatures may be admires your handiwork Out you have to keep
    :Than $230 Million chamlise H.377.5"8, furniture stores I II' placed on motor vehicle rentals .a I led im everybody occasional eye on them-especially in midsummer $417BOj lumber and building materials for the first lime produced $1731 To live at fiord} .tide all my years tlut wrong kind of company can lead to their ruin.
    I' a1,8o0,129.Slraughn 1 ( ', I 007, With faith to overcome my fears: Roses are as hardy as they are beautiful' and they'11 /flourish .
    TALLAHASSEE The erfpunrt.d said the normal Increase I I The lax on nclf.prope'led and To see the beauty Cod hath almost anywhere, but they j have enemies; that can turnthem
    lairs lax law produced! more | into pale, limp bushes in short order Its not hard
    in I tax revenue from buslI power diavvn farm equipment at 2 t wrought, .
    know how that will inaure a
    than $28,000,000( over and /ubovc the Y n Y work as much as
    normal Increasefrom I ness cljssificallons under the! gen j[ per cent en tales, plus three percent % 414 k' To know the peace Ills love hath tone garden this summer and summers to compo
    anticipated tax cool hl'udln" of repairs, alterations on repair and rentals, pro brought I To help you grow better roses the National Sprayer and-
    growth during, Ural! 1W1G4J and Installations of tangible per diced i. total I cf $1.4i8,404.( over Duster Association advocate the following .
    Ed dlrcm.t.f. At last when Death who holds the
    StrauUin the snnal property' for 110364 would aid IIMKC: the normal cf $37771 preventive ;titan, which will I DOWN FROM ABOVE
    Florida Revenue Cofrimhuilc, I. Bald have been' (19)3701 The liunuho( Artnn,.siins. dues and firs Includins key give i you results t with :minimum:: i ; care
    today, I ''To life and all mortality needed
    Once week watering is
    a- ,
    school! athlete '
    and above the normal gain PV'ntH.
    $tau>:ht6 ,.said expanded: 1 cover was over $3,<23778. I II I II hen ngal:' In tl01128"i. excluding! the inll;! rime 'to set my spirit free for healthy i plantsWeeds .for soil nutrients. A'iijt i\r.:t iii fl.
    From cnrlh brief thralldom, I compete
    s (
    .frludT |lug. IlIormal !Increase.
    a /<
    g I I H was' pointed out strong Increascs normal fain of 138738. shall moisture and sunlight A good weed : \: "a i
    brought |:Id,600,,ooo our the 'I
    pi In The lax en common curler preventive is mulching which rcn rlr.I ( it, '
    i I wire reported nearly every pro face of One who died for me; )
    11)62) 83 /lineal He In. "
    explained: an soil moisture and stabilises .l- y.
    I climiricrition' of this general cute ration en fuel and parts produced 'I Whose blood and tears have paid serves ie .
    of $310000(10( must be
    crease achlcvcd Slraufihn said the normal!! In $MS ((106 over and above the nor. soil temperature f :\
    gory. the feeIncurred
    "Muscle Beach will be
    during the current' fiscal Party Insect pests and diseases can take i l
    crease for department store siles mal cf $17028The and by my Iniquity, a heavy toll in the garden overnight .,,_ "
    year la produce en anlulpnud\ Friday Saturday July !
    $60000000 for the biennium tax dilution would have produe Legislature change In the I : Til then enough that I can live but modern all.purpose spray or ;:
    3 and above normal over led 221013, but under the expand- I' edging tax produced $15)2913 ex- .. .. And know the Joy that life can dusts can deal with them effectively/ at ,''f//' 'I"
    Rains -- -
    cd lax colll'clllJns It lotiled $1.24J.. ,Hiding the anticipated normal I give if applied regularly Prevention ifJ I :
    The revenue director said an a. 419 l'xdudmll the! normal gains I II gain of $315.64. tales ENVOY means regular weekly spraying: or V I
    palysls or tlscul 11r.3.r.4! gross sales I dusting. always stopping to read tho
    I Molcr vehicle repairs produced The lax on Industrlil machinery was YOUR O promise me, Joy of my heart i ,
    label before pesticide
    and tale lax collections revealed $1.OTJ.400. excluding. the m rmil 'was\ chained from $1.OHO to $5.000.( ) : ) !) That, If It chance that we must Many pests using flourish any on the underside IN FROM SIDE
    gross sacs; had an ourdll Increaseof ) anliclp.mn1 gain ol, $168972 The md produced a Rain of $2,283,155(; GOVERNMENT part of leaves and toward the center ....
    73 per cent' above the previous expanded auto acccssoiM lax In. I over and above an estimated And I should go, while you must or the plant To control them you ':I y
    fiscal period The anticipated In. crease Herr and' above the normal I growth' Increase of $20)887:) I $230. ( .A WEEKLY stay need sprayer or duster tint will 11 "I t whelp
    crease was five per cent was $t bJl4. with filling! stations The business elassiflcalic of. / e,. REPORT BY You wlli not wear your life away : get complete. I coverage lo ..' :
    Sales tux collections on trade jumping 80,8i7.7. garages $722.11C, I cittd by the change In the sales ( under In grief, when you no longer see the experts this means a nozzle that f r.
    classifications not gffrrt be adjusted to pesticides on -
    directly I can put
    ed by the expanded law showed a machine shops $202740, radio and I tax: coverage produced a total of In My face, nor hear my call to thee; under sides of l leaves as well as n

    normal gain of $8000OKI or 78 TV icp.iim $,lrA648 and shoe re I$"124,,\ 24.490 during fiscal 1113! .b4thlle esti I FARRIS BRYANT:: For though I cannot hold thy on top. It means an extension. to I v: ,)\. ,
    per cent" StrmiRlm;: said I pair sleeps $115,543 over the ncr. ..-. I 1'1walt\ line In a bitter land that every stem and branch in covired .\' .
    II I Herbert Luke And it means equipment that ,p.J.
    I AOI Of COMPASSION: I. delivers turbulence enough to swirl
    _____ the spray or dust all through the ""11'.J
    In spile of all our Individual foliage
    I 'und collective self.tentcredmss, November In taking a sUml for lhm.'t wait for troubles to overwhelm .
    we live In an age of companion advanced education on a major your I roses tarry on pro UP FROM BELOW
    scale than for other event of :: inag the
    MANY THANKS{ For the first time in recorded' history I any motive i control program
    I the list several years proper equipment If you have only
    on seals
    a compassion '
    a few bushes, use a sprayer or 9:
    We take It for granted that '
    has become an tfleetive[ ,
    I dexter with an adjust ililo nozzlo I
    saw national cmvtlcm: and has shaped through the state.wide program of and extension lot a medium! .sized | \4 ., l f
    / buzz our rcspmses to many of the problems the Florida Institute for Contlnu- ruse compresHcd\ air sprayer '
    ) White I of our time. Ing Unlvc-rslly Studies (FICVSI): ganleniti 1\ to (four gallon: tank is 'I' \ ,-
    \ ;: Birds I The people of Horldj and Am. the extensive off campus science most popular For a larger garden. 1 /
    education of the University ass a power sprayer of at least 10 .
    I'a program
    For The Confidence erica are finding ways to use their
    \ said I gcvcrnment as effective toots lor ': of Horlda, known as GENE. gallons Remember;!:: capacity: : a'good rule Is to con I p/'j :
    be. S\'S Educational television
    the expression of their concern : Bolls regular dusting and spraymt Shown InReElecting :: ? for the common good without sacrificing ETV), and Operation Alphabet whether you sea bugs and insectsor t
    basic liberties Mental the state can and should extend not I
    a r I menu I I retardation and polio and educational opportunity to all who ---- .- ---
    and deilnquency accept 'It I '
    Me I \ r-- I when tuberculosis- and- crippling Juvenile diseases The list Is a long one: adopt these goals, and If our reach I I I I or a people to perform a task.
    ; : :: exceeds It better Whether
    I and all accepted as proper areas 1. Care for the mentally III. our grasp, were 1Is\ raising wheat In
    I I so Itussld, or raising a roof In early
    red. of
    of governmental concern. Programs;: encouragement
    I I for physical fitness One of the great lessons contemporary I \meriea, cr' raising the standardsof I
    To Another Term I Time was when the concern of. 3. Concern for dependent ehil- history teaches us Is iltkenship In Florida today, no
    r 0 I fa. the people and the state for erimInuls dreg, whose parents because of thut there Is no substitute for I the roe can do It as well as the volun.
    and ended wllh their conviction j I neglect voluntary determination of a man I 1 I teer
    I Ignorance or misfortune .
    and Inenrcerall We have come
    As Your I them, ---- --- ---
    I to reeognlze, through Intelligentand I
    that 4. Care for old people' who, In
    \ developed compassion, that a world whore families are break. Buy A Set of Atlas Tires
    AIn II Imprisonment\ not the end but
    Commissioner I ling down cannot meet the medical ,
    City .
    "ex the beginning and we have learned I needs common to age. and Place Them On Your
    to our delight that what serves I
    t li no I the convicted I also scves the pub rllty years ago even 30- Esso Credit Card

    Group Five David lie It was generally believed that I There Will Ke No Finance
    goals such as these could not have :
    J using Time was when our concern' for(' been achieved without an Intolerable ('har -e For 12 Months On
    education ended with Its provision I
    with loss of freedom But they are $100 Balance.
    on a limited and volunlaiy
    ( this being achieved, and because Americans '
    I a big basis We have now cocoon to re I ere voluntarily assuming We Also Sell Goodyear

    sen cognize that the presence of the the burdens of citizenship,, the '' M'vr TiresAt
    I PLEDGE A CONTINUATION OF MY PAST In the functional Illiterate\ In our midstIs blessings of freedom are becoming

    ex a drag upon the society as well I' more manifest and more generally Jacksonville Advertised Sale
    Individual. We have
    the tome
    4 EFFORTS FOR THE PROGRESS AND PROS- was as to recognize that when we let enjoyed. Prices or Less

    young people stop their education i We shall not win the war on
    left- In battle. We shall not Lasserre Motor Co.
    Sen. short of their capacity, society i I poverty one
    loses even ai Colonial Spain lost cure the diseases to which mankind .
    OF THIS!
    PERITY ask.
    Is heir with We
    when It) gold-laden gall Ions sank one remedy. ESSO SERVICE -
    return to the bottom of the sea I may never do aol! But we have be. .
    to We have set t 629!) S. 8th Street
    I am more proud of the people gun try our course. I'
    GOVERNMENT PROCEDURES. of Florida for their action of last 'We have dared, as free men, to'
    John said '._-'b_ ._ -- --.- .. ..

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    the care and lubricants to keep &tQ "- A.? : ) 1 I Giant 171.Ib. zero zone freezer has

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