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: August 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
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System ID: UF00079912:00084
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Nassau County And Advertising

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jusiftmtlm Dr. Ralph Wolff Beach Park Dedicated Sunday Quartet Local Jacksonville Barber On ProgramAt Shop Beach Secretary of State

In appiopilutc' eiiimonlis 81''".
day ufteinoon dieluntinn vie The "( laut Tones," local baibei,

<>.l:7: made of the I Dr. Wolff shop' quuitit, have In'en invited
',. ..; '. : Ralph
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to puitlelpute III 'sliiK at th.'onlllll'l .
i I .f; :t, $;J, < 'I'... f Ileueh I'urk a Adams Is SpeakerAt
; "' >" The didiiRtion was made at \\ Club Building In Jack-

,. ; ... the ute- of the new city; pavilionwhuh onvillu Binih ..n Satuiduy Aueuxt .

..;:r .. fiont on the '\thll1lil'b.a'h 21)Also ).

'" at the :\oith" nlde of the on the .it' ,irtarn will be

I listened with Interest last .. cIty l'I''I'l'allon area where nelditionul the 'him, Tones' of Miami, Intel.

night BI Secietar/ of State Tom shi lie'" fin bathe in undplenuU'H national ihiimplona.. in Mill and Here
Adam talked of the Cross State have alo Into InstaU the popular' Aciononlis', of Or Meeting

Canal and its effect on potts lard, who have s|tine' ovid loenllv.
such as Ferntndini Beach during '(>r K; J. Johnson, Jr., .eiv Membiis of the dlad Tones

an address to the Concora Club ed us mantel of cciemonies und ale Fled Bond Kix Dudley) Mer.

Plant should be made now In IsiMiid welcome to the interested Curly Kavouklls and Don Himmel Addresses Concora Club On FunctionsOf

anticipation of the completion of lesiilenls und vlmteirs in at. man

the canal 10 that facilities for tendance Cabinet
State Tours Mill
such craft ai will\ ply the Intra. The invoeiitmn was deliveredby ;
Harris FuneralTo
coastal Waterway from the I Rev Nilwn Movu, pits tel' of I

Fast to the Gulf may be secured the :Menuiilal Methodist Chinch "\\'(. are foiliiniile. you ind I I. and rlelips into usable and real

While we're at It let'i talk once Iii Mavor Johimon r e c 0 1C1I11.l'd Be Held FridayAt the five unil, hnlf million other prnKirss

more of the ponsibility of a freeport nn'minis nf the (itv ommlsxion, who share this ..IlIte'lIh us. for' "We arc fortunate ton in that

here and walehouses to i L. I L Heihinnoii, Hilton I I. Kitihen our 'h.rlda. loilnv. stands on the Morlda has a political/ framework

' handle cargoes or better still lots lien IIH'nK"n und John Til- First Baptist vnv threshold. of uruilmmt' slid which' lius proven Itself, In the

l' mt just talk, lets do uomcthiiiK lakes mil mi'mills nf. the ('itvPlanninir Tom AduniH rloridii Sicrctnrv of slcndv and almost t phe-nomennl rule

l about it and, Advisinv lInt, Kiimi.il for Mrs tori Stale, a. he aililnXHI l the Conci of progress I that we have injoyed,

. .4' Itulph Kim, Fxtein: I'oll"ttI..b.\ Harris 41: who diul \\i-dncsilav Taylor ,..u ('li'b here liiHt nlgliiAilimm a rate mjo>id by few other slates
eit lelleiia. unit ti. II. \\ uiis, Jr. and his administrativeaxhlxtaiit "We are equally fortunate In lint
l'us' lbly If there was some subsliluto held Sun. mornliif! In a Miieeleimv
Park hospital
Wolff Beach
DEDICATION CEREMOMFS for the Dr. Ralph were
for theli, pint In the pienic.ss of DII'k llollulmn,, arrived this tame governmental maeliimry
for elections In this country day afternoon in front of the handsome new city pavilion at the beach. On pl.iltoim the. link miration, aim. will 1>1' luId rrlrtay at 1030): am In Ih,' C'nlv allirniNin In his private has thp rapablllllis 1 needed to Insure .
mlUU avoid the In. at the HrM
rvllable we : rattling of tubers sceminuly Of course at right Mavor K. 3. Johnson, Jr., is t-hown as he delivered the welcome address, to Mi'lulu..is of 1 Di Wolff's fiimil mont will hi Unptist in Campground Church, Cimitciv Inter-. ,plnne. Alter a'Islt with olflc un even greater rate of pro.

Iti only coincidence but It seems those in attendance. >' vine ito. ,, I iiioicni/id hiM notIh ol Alma. (ia. at 3 p.10. loin In hit,' lounlv courthouHpAd krens: In the future a rule of gin-
twin bieilhel Kit;,'mond tend ills. .inm \1.11..1 I I lie iillliv' of H. B cral pri'ttress and Individual well.
that our major crises more oltenhappen _. ... Mrs. Harris w IIN a mimlur of the
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when the .. .. Wolff suit his I luttis' fciundilauirhtet Flint I'hlimcv KI'm'nil munaxir of the bilnx lluit Is pwsiblr. If wr are
politicians are Baptist (Imrch.
:Mix I Agnes I inline White i Imiil" dlvlxion of Loiilulnir, torpir.aliin \ willing 10 make the effort to pit'due
off and running |, She is IIurvh sri by lur liUHhand
Lions See Film Mm iluuithtcr Mrs. Robot i
/ I l of Anuiua, ourselves ID It.
I Rollers horns" : 2 diiuuhters, Uellv
White und fiimllv, are! .'ti'itttly, Hie of ,
Secretary Slide and Hull But wluil' Is thin frnnuwnrk, thl.1I1I1'el'nllll'nt..1 .
mid '
I'm far from a pacifist a Sue and Biibaiu Ann l criianillna
out of Ktutc! und were unable to I alum wire comliiittd on a lour of slrllclu l I and what
firm believer thai the best defense John Beach thru'
Hear GregoryOn attend : : sons, Bibbv Wesley
the null by Stale ClaudeUinuutc
Dip makes
It different
is but and Jimmy ?
a stiong ullcnse every mw romimllna Beach: her
; Cordon T. littler, executiveseeietaiv public relations. cllrcilor, .
'It ,
Is fm
our unique m of I'Xl'I'U.Ihe
and then I (let the feeling that the I mother Mrs Minnie Mae Howls.
; of the I II.., Ida
Ienifiie here for Cinlalmr and Perre EnItmlnger
FAA Function I leddirshlp, our Cablml system
U S. has become a little too readyto of Fernandlun Beach: two brothers
Munieipalities and a former / manager/ of the Contain. It Is which
where I a sjstcm gives us nota
flex our muscles foreign Woodrow Taylor. !Buffalo N. Y and
I mayor of H-inamllna Reach deliveieil .
rr timber division single executive officer but rather .
relations are concerned Especially Alvin Taylor' Alma Ga. and
The Frrnancllna Beach Lionsmeeting the
uddiess. I
In evening Adams and Hull-
a whole board of directors.
when rioting and vandalism hereat grandchildren\
Tuesday night at
cited by-irono years alum of the ,
I wire gtichts Concora Our Cabinet consists of the Governor '
home get less federal attention Inn In wcrkly session, heard an In. when hp and Dr, Wolff veto active I Hub as (hoy mil lit Seaside Inn S'trelary of State,
than the entry of one student Intouniversity I 1 talk by John Gregory/ and u, spa __ __ III Allornl'YG'nl'ral.
tcrestlng 0 55affL lily (foveinment und of Kiwanians Hear for the riMilar monthly dinner Comptroller. Treasurer,
a saw an enlightening/ Him on the' thr hitters ilidirution to the be.I- 'I meeting! SUI>l'rlnh'lIdl'nt of Public Instruction .

I functions of the Federal Aviation terment of this community. Following the ,lttsner'. fntzmlnu: .
If the events of the past few days I and Commissioner of Agriculture
Agency. Folluwlnll' the dedication ad.
Musical Cnniora, Club
Program er as president pre. And. with rare exception
lead to a major conflict then the ,
supervisor of dress hanilMinir
Gregory a imliid-
a plmiue
sent id flop Wlngntc, who In turnI each me-nnor: has an equal vote In
administration can stop worrjlngon at the Milliard Air Control' dod! in MI,,",', vats unveiled The I I procnti-n Adams as guest speaker
cstabllnhlng the executive politic
one score the antl provcrty Center said that :3jO! emplovecs are plaque, which' nits ut the HetehcrAvenue By George Tysonby After his opening remarks In .of our stale

campaign, War always brings on engaged In work at the center on : intiunie to the pavlliiin, "which, he ccmpllminlid Nassau
Knell member or the Cabinet U
false prosperity and besides that tJ
a 24.hour schedule and that 44 of t hi InHciibid) follows
a us
: (
Hull oinilv ('n ac'ndlnlI'ulslnlora to
Tommy elected .
Indipindinlly of the O.\
there wont be as many of us left ,O _______ I .
this number and their families reside ______ "Or ( \Itnlth' Wolff Huh Klwanluns cnj ved a musical lallahiHHic such au* 'Wlngnle and I1'nor. Tim, each number U renpinslble
around to be Impoverished _
In Nassau County. Park I Ded I Ic a t ted as a leslirnonliil .
Sduilor Hairy St ration, who
program on Mmdav night, stool I II an'Hble nutty! to Ihe cllltens and
The speaker told of some of the :5. of dup 'citation to
uppi u
lo rxert sulflilent Inlluime
date for the I doorgc! Tyson, baritone, rendered I 10 his own i'on si'U'in'o.
Better keep an open more interesting/ features of the loval Mend, civic !liadfii ,I Ihumunilai
of Friday Sept. 4 The! on a mi'die v of r old songs, some of to be nimcd to Important commit. Ours Is the only state! In which
evening I
Hilllurd building and the operation Inn, who devoted a lifetime
set for (hem dating back almost to the I I Ices Adams went on to kay: We several Individually. eleetid officials
have fish fry
Klwanlans a there He noted that the center I II to the betteimint of thitfommumt. II
I I foitunule, too, In Iha'1' hivea
ef the are -
and j Century lie was pre. | collectively termlne executive
the early part of the evening 30 and the major J I ,' the doVrlopnunt .
acres .
covers I II 1'lIrtll'lIlar1) I state rich In natural ktaiity, a
to follow Advance no. of1 sentrdk to the club by Louis Fer- policy, And, herein lies the
an building I has 54000 ,feet of beach leercationul : le'lanbt
square I Iplay..d late with a mist, llvesbto ellmaH, I
entertaining "'Irll.' pirgram chairman who also III and the I continuity. of
lice sounds like a mighty I
floor apace The modern design of i ,. .eihitle .
; mate will a healthy growing eoiwmy
Ihe. accompaniment at the net system
I promotion the bulc'lus furnishes string protertion ->: 5. After t h. unveiling. Irr
? hut above all a slate. rich I '
Pfall kgi.og the numbers Included I "P'or. while the Governor by law
6h ,
from possibility of radiation Wolff choked with emotion tt
film this any In t /rtIr'dk'y were mitCh old favn. In both human and natural Vealth cannot succeed himself In office
I real Interesting I I
saw a in the event of nuclear I pressed hid deep' 'relation *
week on air traffic control suchas warfare the honor bestowed appi<>n him ann a riles it. Sweetheart of Sigma Chh""let However, Il'lll'e grow too corn.plat'ent ,r the other six Cabinet members can,
Aviation Itt, Call You Sweetheart', In thinking( Ihal1 have and traditionally do, Thus. when
Is dispensed by the Federal I
The colored film shown by Gregory I DR. G. RAlPH WOLFF hold his granddaughter Agnes hiliI'l heN foi continued pro. .
fallen heir to the Garden of
Hilliard Let the Rest of the World Go By" each new Governor begins his term
Agency at the nearby delt with an average plane Louise White aa he stands beside the plaque unveiled irress in all meat of the city let hasten to out Ed..n'j I
I me point
Having visited the Installation i 'Home On Ihe Range'" 'My Blue! In office he finds himself automatIcally -
it had more meaning for me traveler who became acquainted. Sunday In his, honor. The plaque reads "Dr. G. Ralph Recognized for during the d.dica.1tlon I Heaven', 'Melancholy Baby", and Is not entirely true I the beneficiary' of wealth
with fellow on a typical outstanding work In the
than It would have ordinarily. business a trip passenger The/ fellow Wolff Beach Park Dedicated as a testimonial of deep construction of the pavilion and I conetu led by singing an original "We have been abundantly bless : of expci hence and knowledge. from. .

Guided tours are available If ad. turned out to be an employee pans.enger I appreciation to a loyal friend, civic leader and humanitarian the improvement of the beach i i number composed by Ferrrlra entitled rd, but It his taken, and will continue his fellow Cabinet members

vance notice li given and the complex I of the Federal Aviation Agencyand I who devoted a lifetime to the betterment of thin park In general were James ABeard 'Something to Remember. lo take the dint of both bark "This makes the transition from
contact will observe between communit the of Klwanlans were most appreciative and brow to convert our natural II I I1n.luh..rnatorlal/ administration
you the balance or the film "was I particularly development beach recreational dieitor, of public woiks '
controllers at the Center and and encored the various numbers. --- another a smooth and orderly
his explanation of the functions of facilities. Rundilphlllin, tity InKpeitor
'with much aPI>''IIIIS" I II" And It makes remote
visit highly any
In flight and
plan-s makea air control centers such as the employees under their supervision Weotherford Says
Interesting I I I : A him id ml'ellnlwas IK'Id al (the shift In political' plalw-

one The at film Milliard gave a comprehensive I Two Rescued Taylor Funeral I The ceremonies were clonedwith I conclusion of (the dinner meeting! Hunting Licenses phy or In governmental programs

Imp,'essive ceremonies mal'kedIf Insight/ Into the activity of a typical Boys Held Wednesday a benedictiin by Rev MoyI I and assignments mnde of the various I Now On Sole I such as are sometimes experienced

dedication of Dr. G. Ralph controller as he scans the I I er. I committees lo handle the up by other stales when there Is aI

Wolff Beach Park' Sunday afternoon i radar screen and passes along Information From Surf Monday In St. AugustineFuneral Airnnicemonts for the didua-i I and coming First Annual County Judge J. R (lens; ) I change In the chief executive

and I hope this Is just the to planes flying In the I lion were handled by City M.m'l lanls Fish Fry and Auction Klw.n'j Weathctfoid announced) that I Much of our Industrial /growth
of broad In I ) services for John A. David held on September 4. 1964 today be triced to the political
beginning a program range of his center! Two young! men vikltlng at the alter Outehel and othercity I hunting! luenxCH went on sulo to. | can
this area where to much enjoy As he concluded Ms address, beach were caught In a run.out in Taylor, who passed away Sunday t employ, <>t>H. i Ball Paik Imludid Bob I I'day In hU office In thr I'IIUI.t.houKr stability routed In our Cablnat! sys.
ment is provided for visitors in St. Augustine were held at II Visiting/ Klwanlans tern For In these times -- rnflti
alll,I will lie HVuilublo atalC"
Gregory Invited the Lions to visit the mirl Monday and were nearly
here Congratulations to Dr. am Wednesday at the Catholic Patterson of the Kmixvlllc, Tenn i mm'gins. which are narrowed.bykeen :
and observe drowned according. DcStn. I (leu tinouifhunt the county
Wolff In thin signal I honor. the Center at / Sandy (athidial' in that cIty: Intel Aug. 1 12 DeadlineFor Club, and Owen Hoffman of HIP lr'Kults competition can be complete
the control exercisedover dro, director of the Life I .
first hand Saving ( KUanls Club of Atlanla blest uitlvity of the (II" 113
fr 5r ment followed in faun loieiuoCemetery ounty ly erased by a drastic shift In po.I .
I planes In Iliiilit so as to make Corp. cinon will be the IIIIl'nla,1C of
who made their attendance
It has probably come as a great up I litlcal philosophy Thus today, bus'
air travel as safe as humanly According to the report. one ot Nominees For march hi'n xhoiitinK on September I
shock to many in other sections to I !Mr Taylor was a native ofRukerville I Iness and professional' men\.. are
possible the boji was in distress and his I B to contmuo through November
much maligned
find that und a lifelong rcxi- socking a place with a predictable
ppl has the lowest crime rate of I The Lions Interest In Gregorys companion hud gone to his a sls. lent of St. Johns County lie ASC Committeemen : Rev. Joe Webb To 1 n 1 political cllmute'This -
subject was ovidimcil by a Icnglhly lance but neither could make it I
In the Union Recently
stale retired
any 55n a employco of
city Cabinet of
t ours
released figures by FBI Chief J. I, question and answer period back. lidding the first boy afloat 13 years service. Speak At First I Fernandina Beach function unique as a collective body And

Hoover bear out this fact I Guests of President Carson Me. the tlOlere rescued by David I Farmer lire reminded that .M
Edgar ,
He Is survived by the widow Baptist Sunday Weather Its members an divided among
Bunch and Barry Murray of Augusta slate of nominees for membership |
where Mirth Mel-
On the other land the areas Kendree were Albert and
Mrs. boards
Myrtle 32 ,
01 I Ga,, who had gone to their Taylor St. Augustine i on the ASC county committee hat lec're.I I V/. I Appnvtil Wfithrr (Motion no lets than separate
the greatest! criticism of Southern I vln Dougherty L, B Walker I ; five daughters, Mrs Ethel Rev. Joe Webb, student council. commissions and a'icflcles .
aid on a rait being established at the ASC? SuulU 7lh At Lime tract
! states originates have the highest Virginia Beach was a guest of the Domine/: Mrs. Lawton Osborne I tar)' for the Florida Baptist Convention Max Mln Rain Some of these boards, suchas

crime rates club. I A resuiitator was rushed to the ; effort Is being made to Thursdn, July 30 91 74 .38
the Life Guard beach secure service of
of I buggy also from I the fire i iI the greatest possible participation Flnt Church Sun. Friday. July 31 91 72 .12
to the belief snvnywho New Low RequiresClassification one i'Jacksonville and :Mrs Charles the >> Baptist or Commissioners of State IrWltu.
swear by the remedy medical I department by Fire Chief Bill Dop. '''LOll/I' of eligible voters In the day. Saturdiy, Aug 1 03 72 .49
/ Fcrnandma Beach, one lions. the Executive Board of Pub.
science says alcoholic beveragescant of son "ho1'81 assisted by City son, William Taylor, Jacksonville eleetionDewltt. : (flee. Webb will\ be speakIng Sunday Aug Ill 76 0 the Purchasing Commission
I i lie Safety
I Conner, Chniiman ofj Jam T Monday, Aug 3 01 72 0
the common cold. For Policeman Curtis Smith. In the absence of Rev.
cure two brothers, Alfred Taylor StAuBUUHtme Civil Defense Coun.
Youths At 18 the ond the
Age Incumlxnt SublIrtitiirr
4 VI(: 78 01
I that matter neither can medical! Finding! it unnei'cssary to use the Albert Taylor, Pen- / ; Dunmim' Rcseive Air Force Tuesday Aug ell composed of all seven
und I are
Conservation (
01 ounty who will lie uttendmir Wednesday Aug 5 82 73 0
silence St. Petersburg Ha Beginning rcsutit itor. Life Guards Buck B bb I "lit' iits, a sister, Mrs. S. I P. Smith Committee Bald tod, I Chupliim, otlit'er's.
that faimrs I
ly Air Purrs at seduce lurni.h.d
an emumpincnt Tie In cllo'leoy
anti Rieliurd IXSdiilro operated the
St ,
! thJrmllro July this year. most young men Augustine II u-ramlehlllicn' ; who mo, ilii'ililii' to vote In, I Tj'ml.ill Air Forte HUM in Puri Pro. Chic lit'III, ... 5us i it'Mith 'Otlnr l hinrils> such tu the State
With some of potent Inhahter The two buys were taken ]10
!becoming: 1811I be /given tliiir IJeat'\I'rand..hildll'n. II lid| a the committee elections also Imvp Tlh tit tlm MrcrlLtwli I itontinued, on italic three)
I perfumes on the market today I I mental and physical military exam. to Humphrivs Memorial Hospital I numbir of nieces and nephew the ripht to m minute un lundi- silts ( ity. MuOn.I CiMipcrillvt Ol leVee -
wonder \'. hy one of the manufacturers and later released
i (nation when they reach this dratt dlt..s for committee memlMrnhip,
, doe n't give free judo lessons registration age. Melvin T. Dixon Five Points Gulf Hnv furmir who In eligible and 'In Final Meet I
: for the ladies along with each bottle of the Florida Department of Veterans Former Resident's willinir to serve. Smh |I..tlti"n Junior Olympic Swim Team Victorious

Should be a good advertising Alfairs said today Now' most 1 Station Now Under Hiirnod by ..htJr mile iliifilU I

I gimmick. potential draftees must wait until Mother Dies In New Management voters may I In filed at the eoimty Tin fmiil Junior Olympli.wlm .. Sandy liiSunilin; liiuiutimI'll I und unclu: Shh hey Thornt.n

*r they are 22 to find out if they Orlando July 30 i, office any time before AUK Mi,.e.t 'f' the seaieem )In''lei HP I ri'tin"', UKum wlnhiH to expriMKhlii I 115 I flnt Fifty yd f r'eotyh',

A clipping iliimn me this weekof qualify for military service I In an nrivci'!list'mint In Km IHVII UHt 12. I fIlly :!ti l ut St. Mi, saw run 1 u uI ( Hpireiiation tt, nil those win. Kit I In 12 Hiid undtr, : Mtluoiu Nor.

I a column In the Orlando Sentinel Dixon said the new program for i Friends of :Mr and Mrs rd: C. W Chaplin and, Paul Uibu an. I Additimal nominations\ ma/ \h., I anlmu i (.inch vii'tin,iII; with mtid us off n'lain at the vniliMn, I wood, \1.1.0.: a eel nil: llelilnu" !lur!.
leaves me some bit less than made of lbS St meets and ono luklnif part in art, 41.1.I thiid Fifty vd free
examination is the result of the gar Andrews of Birmingham, nuance that they have asmimul by the Iniumliint AS( final | oint more to any
: pleased with the contribution of one findings of the Presidential Task Ala., former resident, will re. : the management of the Five Points county committee, if these sterequir'd I Mary III.I makIng the first Junior U'ympiincmon !' style, gills 14 and under: bar./
! Wesley Stout in "Hu h Puppies'For I I The brought two wins stti'ceuo, cnn Suiiunu first, Paula \'ran.
Force a government committee appointed giet to henr of the death of WM I Gulf Service Station or determinid disiiulilf'We iieHsnn a
no apparent reason Stout refers by the late President John mother :MM :Martiurrt Spears In the ad they Mate that liny want the bent men available '". und two losses for the loiulteums I Time and "pluirmrnU of thr e-ken third.
to Cedar Keys and Apalach. Andrew, widow of U. S. sen. I to servo on our AS;( com who entiteil competitivrtwlninnnir rrrnsnd IIiaih-M. MuryiMr Fifty ft. liriust stroke hoys 8nnd
F. offer
Kennedy a complete auti'motive .
louis as vertilable ghost towns and Charles C Andiews. Sr., July 30 Jj'r. mitter, (huhman Conner dulurrd for the fust' time this : : ,'t sire UH follows! I under: Ihilip Jones. 147
I Infers that Fcrnandma Beach 'a Under the new system men who In Oilando vice, as well as road "service andwrecker "breuune. the eommitten, .vn- I ,year, under! the direction of the fty f'. fii''*tyl('. (""ys H und I first: henry !Kodiffer itt 2. .P'r.

quiet county seat', Is not far be. failed their examinations may entera I service and urge everyone I tem Is the huckbnne if, farm pr ,. I Kureution Department under: Philip. Jones, 12.1 t, second and fifty ft. bieuxt stroke, hoysIn
hind Doubtless heI II referring voluntary program aimed at :Memorial services whore held to visit them at the rive 10 and and under: John Stouffer,
grams those destine' with conservation harlur; training and additional ruiy tt livrntvle' boys: I
to the days when this city was a helping them to understand why there July 31. I Points locallon.Vacation. of will and water, at insets will enhance next yinrV undei: :Mm tin I Drone' II1.n(I, first: tie first Fifty :yd breaststroke .

! bustling. seaport and ships were I they failed and leading them Into | well as the price support aetivi-\ sears with more inti'r. t, und John Stouffir. I III I t, nieond. Fifty I boys 12 and under: Pete

II stacked In the harbor. Not that training. which tould help correct Legion AuxiliarySets i Bible tin In various commodities In I rxe.iti.mint for both nuiticipunt, yd. fierstvle, boys U: and under! : I Peters, 41tint\ ; Mike Jones,

more shipping wouldn t be wel. their deficiencies Bake Sale the last couple of years, tip farm- and e pi.i.tutors. Johnny lollin! HO! neiimd; Pun 17 4, srconcl: Duviel Binwiilii,
School Slated
comed with open arms I'ould Dixon suggests that detailed Information I cr-rleetH committee system unique Thr memlvrs nf the tiurns I Sihrantt Sill), third bilLy >d I \HO! thlid Fifty )'d. breast stroke

like to suggest a look by Mr. Stout on the procedures for For SaturdayThe To Begin Aug. 10 In the history of agriculture were given a swim party and freestyle, "boys I 11 t and lindi !buys 14 and under: David Rodef-

at our huge and active timber and registration for the draft may be HHH come until eonsiderabli oust<' Iv the pnrrntii on %%'ed. | David Rudiffer 310 second One/ I fer. .17(1( first One hundred yd.

paper products operations that obtained: from local offices of the Americin Legion Auxiliary Vacation Bible School of the scrutiny A. a r.. tilt of intensive nisday at the lUcrcatlon Crnler hundred yd freestyle, boys 17 I hrrust stroke, boys 17 and under)

make for a stable local economy selective service S'sll'm will have Yimenude cakes, cwk- Church of God of Prophecy on 5lh study by offieal /groups, the I I.t which time they !resented and undrr Mike leiity' 1IU: : I I DiiHiie Rowland 1:21.5.: first;' Jon

Not to mention Ihe popularity of irs and candies for sale on Saturday and Dute Streets will begin onVugusl .;.tem in not only being r.talll'pd. their instructor Alan Kirk with fleet; ()ulln.. !Rowland 1141: Belehir 1 :400( thiid

. our beaches and other recreational The Sale' Board of Conservation AukUit I. In front of Allan 10 and continue tlirouuh, but has been greatly strenirthenrd a gift of appieelution The mem second I Fifty ft. breant stroke, idrln Nand
I and historical attractions that attract has a marine Uborctory In St Petersburg I ." here have shown much enthusiasm Hfty ft. fiemtylf, iiirln 8 and J under: Susan Rodeffer, 23.3,
large numbers of visitors where constant research Store on Atlantic Ave August 14, An Invitation It ex j, Here in Nannuu County, ('on- :I goad Hportsmunship and i I under; Siuan Koililfcr' H 8 second Fifty ft. breast stroke,

I every >ear And while he is at it I i conducted Into the habits and j The sale will begin at 9 a.m. and Untied to everyone to come and I ner points the Imnnct of I I have worked hard during this ond : Barbara Srhiantz .ee'J girls 10 and under: ShIrley

J, CContiflued on Page Three) ,j II.. eyelet of marine flshei. continue until all goods are told. bring the children. ( I u:4\a: Page Six) I ....on. I third. Fifty ft. freestyle, girls (Continued on Page TiresJ )

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e, Two News.Leadef:, Fernandina Beach, f'loruw --- ThursUaj\& August 6, luG4 r Pfc T. J, Greeson ;1lieyf; I. ''''J',rom -

'I ) tenterBY
111 ASH STREET PHONES IU> I6S7 i ,Service 'In' Combat I The Rec

....u THE EDITOR r./ Ar WEEKLY REPORT BY U S forces, Vietnam (AHTN'C)

.- A John H. Perry Newspaper t 11111rl( Army PFC Thomas J. Creeson, BANDY DeSAt' DKOThursday
I'.....' 19, ton of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas I
;s?.,, Ray OldwtU Editor and MsaaeerABC Rt 1, Box 223 '11'1" E. Greeson, 38 S. 15th St., received I August 6th Art Room at '7:15: p.m.
AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION FernandIna Beach, Fla let the fflt ,Oak Leaf Cluster to Barbershoppers In the Conr r.

.... Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office 27 March 64 .If FARRIS BRYANT 't' A Adult] Cmmlci In the Art coca Room at 8:(00 p.m.
."r., .. Fernandlna Beach, Florida at second class mail matter Editor Fernandlna Beach News- Governor of Florida Room at 300; p.m., Hank Sides, Surfers Club Meeting In the
Subscription Rates: Leader Instructor Game',Room at '7:30: p,m.
., ., Fernandina Beach Fla. Ceramics In the Art ,
.. ', 14 I year I4JU- $2.25 6 months (125 8 Month. Dear Sir: Keeping l'p With Progress W. II. Stickler, cf Florida State UnIversity Room at 7IIS: p,m., Hank Sidol" Wednesday August 12th
a year out of county '
I have mentally written hundredsof Long before we can assimilate (he making a study for the I
Instructor I' In
Ceramics ((12 14} the
letters to you complaining ol Impact or trauma of one event la Suulhcri Regional Education Board, Club In the Came Roomat Art
LrN 1 one thing and another about our the cavalcade of progress In Florida point out that In Florida the number Teen Room at 3:00: pm, Hunk Side,I,.,.
who fees! flue -another has occurred and climundi ff .r.r| ..ii students, will more than : pm Instructor
0..u.... The nan with an Inferiority complex community that I did not Ilkt AI. Sub Tern Club In the borne
so 1 have mentally written you Its own adjustment double between now and 19"0 This 4 v Friday August 7h(
wheel of '
giant behind the a car. .. Room at 7:15
: p.m.
quite a few letters which would In a very major] sense, we stind "II are preparing for. But they Club In the Gamo Roomat
I compliment a person or a group 'almost In every moment In a new also predict that in Florida this Increase Sub Teen Thursday August 13th
Y ?
r-- for a Jub well done. I know that world New In the rate if change will be duplicated by 19"5 7:15: p.m.Saturd.

.... i I am not alone In this mental which will become the common rt<'. We had a century to prepare; for the ,1' \ .)', August Rth Adult Ceramics In the Art'
"., I letter writing for I am sure that nominator of life, and new In tint: present college/ population We will Room at 300: p.m., Hank Sid,.
many of your readers feel the urge the key to productive, living will have ten sears to prepare for the '. ,, L Ceramics Pouring ClaRa In the Instructor
to speak out but never quite gal be the ability to comprehend, per. second 1001, and five years for the Art Room 1:00: to 6:00: p.m., I Adult Ceramics In the Art
around to It, but recently I have haps anticipate, and make use of thIrd. Hank Sides, Instructor. Room at '7:15: p.m., Hank Sides.
been so well Impressed with one the rapid rate of change The same experience and pros \ Tl'en.Club) In the Game Roomat Instructor
Ml/ office of our Nassau County Govt Today there are companies which peels eta be cited for most public 7:15: p.m. Teen-Club In the Game Room
r that I feel compelled to voice my make a business, and a profit not facilities During the last three The Air Medal during ceremonies Sunday August 9lh at 7:15': pm
I feelings out of producing at less cost than years the State of Florida has built In Vietnam July 21 Sintar Citizens Club In the

I I With a very few exceptions all others, but out of producing things as many miles of lane highway ai I An Oak Leaf Cluster Is given for Lutheran Church Service In the Conference Room at 7:15' : pm
that have never been produced be- each additional award of the medal Room at 11:00
have been built In all the previous Conference : '.m.
of officials have done
I 1 fore Their only real asset Is brains, history of the state, but the need I after the Initial presentation.Greeson : ?
but the
C an outstanding job greatest PUBLIC SWIMMING: (
ti received the award for Monday August 10th .
and their sales]
Improvement I have seen since only appeal Is for additional] highways, and for ur
change, ban facilities In areas that until now meritorious achievement while eh Dally 2:15 to 4 45 ,
I my arrival In Nassau County from Ceramics ((9 11)) In the Art : : p m.
I Duval County In 1947 Is In the office Around: Cape Kennedy thousands were cure), Increases, gaged In aerial,' combat support of Room at 3:00: p.m., Hank Sides, Evening 7:15' : to IM": : pm
of men are employed performing ground forces of the Republic of
this had except Sundayi
I of Tax Assessor Ten years ago state one Instructor
I Not only does this office have a tasks that a few years ago did not Institution for the mentally retardid Vietnam. SenIor Citizens Executive Meeting Family Night on Fridays (Chll
I clear working knowledge of every exist. That Institution has been I I He entered the Army In June In the Conference Room at dren must be accompanied by
I I Changes! have already taken place to Three 1963 and completed basic training adults).
piece of property In this county expanded capacity new 4:00 pm
but the Tax Assessor and his staff In Flol'ld.'hleh have been so ones hate born provided. A fourth 0' at Fort Jackson, S. C Adult &: Teen Ceramics In the Admission: 15c Students TM:.
s can and will\ cheerfully pass this rapid, and so recent th t'e have Is being constructed Communityand Greeson Is t 19C3 graduate of Art Room at 715: p.m., Hank Adults,
( Information on to anyone who not yet adjusted to<< them-and our private facilities are being expanded Fernantiina Beach High School Sides, Instructor '

I A'v seeks It His Tax Assessment maps' present rate of adjustment will be Yet the waiting list of Historical Society Meeting In One of, the many musical Inslru
I and aerial photos can Immediately changed again bl'forel'e have ac. tOed applicants Is longer qual-I the Game Room at 8:00 p.m, menu on''' display at Florida

.' } e.Y0 show a taxpayer the location of commodoted to thorn was before this expansion ,. Jaycees In the Conference Stephen Foster Memorial u a
i i I any piece of property, the type Dr Milton W Carothers, and Dr. began ]i (It. .llnl Room at 8:00 p.m, square grand piano used to arcom

property or timber surrounding It Ten jeers ago tt this state: had five Tuesday, Auguxt 11th pany Jenny Lind, the Swedish
and the owners Involved. Ills Important reason Is that he has junior colleges It has built 26 more, I 1/ nlglitlngile, when she sang in
photos can even tell you what kind I not been paying his fair share of at a faster rate than any other state '; i Painting For Leisure In the Philadelphia In 18;>0.

of trees are growing on property taxes In the past In many cases, In the nation, but the need for ly SILL INNIY -
.. ? that even alligators find difficulty' no taxes at alThe\ second rens further additions and expansions Is
,/ t 0o. travelling onl! on could be that your county com not t yet met Those North Viet Nammers betterbe

..-. o !l Due to the fact that the major I mlssloners are taking an op-xir. The multiplication of population a bit more careful about letting I
portion of my business has to do tunlty to Increase taxes at the particularly In Florida, has assumed go big-boom fill) at American destroyers .
Florida Traffic Safety Cannot with unimproved property I have time when the blame will fall LOANS.
b"Ys found It necessary to spend a large I elsewhere, I feel sure that our hennion. All American tin cans don't belong .

amount of time In the tax assessor county commissioners will not t allow to the United States, whether they
.rr- '. office of several different this (to !happen\ but to be; ,sure This state had a leisurely 130 I know It or not Since World War II I

counties and states None of these each "prpgyefgnd{ our new tax years In which of to first accomodate to I we have donated who knows how TO BUY OR BUILD
the grcwth the 100 people
offices surpass that of Nassau pay r', ?fliSfWlwrtlon\ should keep many to our friends and ex-friends
mile. We have less than
County In courtesy and enthusiasmto In close/ teach with the ccmmls.ilon pr square And the Viet Congers could mis
20 to for the next 100
Happy BirthdayFrom assist, and only Duval County at budget and millage setting people years per square prepare mile The rate of I take one of ours that's been de.
: v has a more complete system time, mothed refitted and armed for two
change!: Is six times as great and
This Is mainly because Duval So Hats Off to Eddie Mcken' will undoubtedly Increase, or three million tucks and may be Whether You're Looking
: County has been at the efficiency dree and his staff The /' hive used against us, or them.
business longer than we have. Me.Kendree been doing fine (and usually'' '' ). In a world rf leisurely and comfortable They should know, but apparently I At

: Judge J. E. (Gene) Weatherford 's office surpasses Duval appreciated* Job lw evolution from one stageto I don't, that a big game hunter need Blueprints, or h
_, the next, there time toga
| was
Very truly yours."rfEber wounded rabbit But a
County office In billing efficiency I not fear a
'her around the .bellied stoveto Homes For Sale Our
I It'Jllq> pot
as far as I can see becauseIn B. Philips < 1 bunny hunting nlmrod who hurts a ,
Don't Forget Your Birth Month Is I discuss the few that the i
the past 2 years I have found '* errors on 8 tax bills from Duval I July Slv'lflM,' next several years would bring. note from the Bengal embassy, Financing Can Help
: ": 'Time To Renew Your Driver's License County, and I have received no I Mr Ray Caldwell + l\t1 There was time to debate the pros I don't mean to Imply that Sec

errors In billings from the Nassau I EdItor, .rests and cons of different courses of I Rusk did nothing about the attll'k'' You Take Prompt ., '
County office Fernandina Beach Newt-Lender' action There was time to adjust tot I on the Mdddox by three Viet Cong %i:. t
I hove heard many of our good Fernondina Beach Florida changes In life In the way one PT boats. I I Sound Action.
: ,
': citizens (TgoodI scream about I Dear Mr Caldwell: 11I,11 cdj ists to an occasii'nal new pair I| The Secretary of Slate let go 4

the taxes they paid When I pinned In your edition of July 30''llMl'\ of shoes which were basically the blast at the culprits who got him I

:: Buy A Set of Atlas Tires them down as to how much I there are acme stiff words directedto same as the eld pair But In this | up before breakfast Sunday. He said
I tax they paid I found tint all they the Fxtrcmlct' climVnt our div of which the Intercontinental "the other side got a sting out of'' Let's Discuss It Before
and Place Them On YourrJ"d. paid was for Mosquito Control to f governmcnf. I giieW) ti /rtlTfiHsee : missile Is but' a symbol, In which '|hls( ," I He Identified r "the other.side:
keep the bugs from eating them I fit to attack the 1'11111wlllg emtremlsts the KiW t antagonist/ Is changing I t as the V.C. PT boaters I
-- -'" -_Esso Credit Card I up, and that they lived In finehouses as well as. those off the. I conditions for which we are not pre. 'f And the secretary added: 'IfI You Build, RefinanceOr

and didn pay a penny for left i mred, leisurely adjustment Is no I they do It again they'U get another ..
:: There Will lie No finance 1flemc -
e I sending their children to school), It seems to be the policy longer rnmpntibe! with progress, or sting." Buy
.V' Charge For 12 Months for sheriff protection for good I II people to brnnd t file prrgresslve even with sirvlval We need not I thought the Maddox was a de.
roads, or any of the many other element In our Rivirnmnit as just a hit-line to Moscow! to deal stroyer In a division of the Seven! i wFernandina
We Also Sell Goodyear I services the county is providing at Radical Socialist, or even: Com with the change In the mind of one Fleet Now from what Rusk said

"' TiresAt the expense of some other taxpayer I munlst Let us nit forget that two man i ur the I actions of one nation: I'm not sure but what the Maddox Federal
I wonder how many peo i world wars have been loiighl NOT we need! a hotline to tomorrow. is a bee and part of the Seventh '
I C.
Jacksonville Advertised Sale pie who pay no real] estate taxes'' against Cimminlxls' or !SiHnlisM$ Today Is vesterday tomorrow, Hive

f Prices! or Less! realize that they are accepting but REACTIONARIES and IllGllf: and k mot'row his dawned before Perhaps this li a beginning of real Savings & Loah Assn.
,, charity? WINO;/ extremists. the sun has set today. Mastering tll- buzzing In Southeast Asia Net likely I
I It has been said "A FINE 1.1| I deplore extremism of any kind I day and U morrow can be done only to bee though with so many drones
Lasserre Motor Co. a tax for doing WRONG a TAXIs as I am sure you do, bit Is It fair by (ho mind Muscle will not perform around L Bee J,, working on a milk. 202 Atlantic Avenue:
a fine for doing RIGHT!" So to give the dimrcr.il process to lie: task Natural resourcesare and honey campaign In the White
ESSO SERVICE I long as a few people are payingall I point out the dangers/ mid misgivings rf n) are value A strategic Hive, I I

1 the! real estate taxes thin the of one tvpe if cxlicmsm! jidvcnliw/ cnn be wiped out by one ---.-- ------ -
629 S. 8th Street man who saves his money, works I II and not t of am tlu'rAi'Uie Invinil in. A strckpile can become -r----:

I hard' buys himself some property' cellist; for the Pies! obsolete overnight

...- and builds I a nice home' or a buel.0) de'li'< y\J1ie) I!,nltcd Slnl\ 's cuts" en Our rn'y' sure resource, other
ness is fined fir his Industry In lit us MfcHn tid( watch and I Dim t thin lie' love ef Girt upon which
older that the man who Is conUnl see win'h'.they'Fxtnmat we can rely In I IMP turbulent I mil

a. I to live up his Income (for his welfare Sincerity, <3 t the idicaed: mind guided by a YOU KNOW ?

) may get a free ride Tommy lljll Ji. dedicated! p rposc to serve DID
I Our Tax Assessor and his capable I -
1 WflHIADJ staff hive sine a ling way

P ''on all\ property, however he only I
I' !!"' ''
paces! or the property an evalua. .;.!. .: ""'" '' IT is ;
jof.- :
I tic n. Ho does not TAX. Your ., ..
: .
.1. : ; .'*1. re .
bonrd of county commissioners do .N !I .., .. .. :. : .. ;<.. ,
e : >
'(/ I : ; : :
the taxing Should your taxes Increase .I J; ....; O.f: .lk
/ IM'I'all l of the revaluation .. .
i' .f... t Ctt.. For Any Person Or Persons
It will not be the fault of the' ; +. To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious -
Tax Assessor, There are two I Ifb\ !
main iirsons why a property own. Name Unless The Name Is Registered

ir may pay mire taxes after re. 4 11 '"
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Nike .
cvaliiiiliin The first and moots ; .
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.. "
I ''-.' Read This Florida Law. :
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I 'r
L B. 1.l 1.-..... "It shall he unlawful for nny person or persons, as defined herein, to engAge In
REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO l if"7:. business herein
1, .Jii defined under a fictitious name as herein'' defined, without and

1 > i' ., unless! .Raid fictitious name shall be registered. with the clerk of the circuit court of

Carrier : :t.t1'lw. \ ', ...-.. ;' the county where the principal place of business Is, which rtitistrition shall consistof

: ",:>>.. : filing with the clerk! aforesaid an affidavit Mimed by all Interested! persons

I CJ 'i1.: .t.\. staling under fIRth the name of all those interested in the business enterprise the

\ >> extent: of the Interest of each and the fictitious
AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING ..tlfc < lf>> I .<:" mme under which said business! is

: Sugar and spice and every king nice"' .'an describe what a line carried on Said; registration may not be made until the person or desiring
I reach Con el'\'ea. wl'lI.s v hat a little gill-1/\ made of Later persons
ICE MAKING MACHINERY In the year, when the fruh pe ch season is over the whole family to engine/ In business under a fictitious name shall |have advertised his or their Intenlion .
Including little Rills. will be ehrhted that you have some of the to register
: SALES SERVICE & INSTALLATIONS easy-to,make Peach Conserve .0 bring to the table. said fictitious name at least once a week for four ( t) corn-ecu-

Pear i fontrrv the weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said reglstra-

1'M.: aboutfo> ntduim (S ot.) glaitet lion Is to l be made and said rcslstratlon shill not be
1 4 accepted by the clerk of the
cups prepared fruit 2 tabl..poon.lemon! Juice
peaches) 1/4 teaspoon grated lemon
1 S-1/2 rind
cups sugar

.. ,I 1 cup almonds slivered blanched 1/2 t.aapoonground cinnamon If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than

. 1 box Sure-Jell
., 1/2 cup raisins Fruit Pectin Your Own And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd
. First' prepare the fruitpounds P .1, pit' and grind or crush about S
fully ripe peaches, Me sure 4 cups into I very large sauce Registered See Your
: pan Attorney For All Necessary Informa
261-4892 Then maltt the conserve. Hi asure the sugar and set aside Add
the almonds, raisins, lemon j\\ lice and rind, cinnamon, and fruit tion As To What You Should Do.
1104 S 8 STREET pectin to fruit in saucepan M well Place over high heat and stir
until mixture comes to a her+ boil' At onc stir m sugar, Brine
. to a full rolling toil and ,.r Hard 1 minute, stirring constantly.
Remove: from heat and skim off foam with metal spoon Then stir FERNANDINA
We Service Everything We Sell and skim by turns for 5 minutes to cool slightly< and to prevent BEACH NEWSLEADERr
. a I floating fruit, Ladle quickly into glasses. Cover conserve at one
. With 1/8 Inch hot paraffin. !


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of State ..' I SPORTS SLANTS I, Nns-Lender! Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 8, 1961 *""" Page Three,

(Continued from Page One) BY CURT CORDON I u Just Ramblin'Continued
| Thc Highland Llllle League trim I s.rl' I I
of Education, the Pardon I
Continues! to roll as they won their ( From Page One)
Board, and the Trustees of the aAla" let him look the
y" vw first Slate Tournament Ramp at St. have a at shrimp.
Internal Improvement Fund are Petersburg\ on Wednesday by defeating r tog and other seafood activity that
1'1 mpnsid of only five Cabinet + adds to the ,
Went Tampa. 21 h It was I considerably economy
members Other boards consist of (the home run ball that again told Certainly Mr, Stout must have secured
only three members i the story as Kenneth Mikcll, who his Information about this
The membership and authority hit over 18 during the regular season city during a January Nor'caster,
of each of these numerous Cabl b's' ted one and Stanley Keene when even self-respecting marsh
net boards are determined either i I hit one' Stacy Dexter, Highlands hens heed for cover I suggest for
by the state Constitution or by the pitching: Ace, won the game which this gentleman a visit here around
stdlules, the laws of Florida marked his fifteenth of the season a Labor Day when visitor are
"With the exception of the Par. I without a Ion We hope the boys I having a last Summer fling and

don Board, a board on which the go all the way to Wllliamsport Cor while he Is here a tour of our
Governor must give his consent 'I the Little League World Series : major Industries might be further

before a pardon can be granted, <:r -tr I enlightening
the vote of each Cabinet memberIs I Ft Lauderdale, the Senior team !! # -
equal As a result, when you that toppled out Fernandina team I: A M Smith, Sr of South Flctch.
elect your Secretary of Slate, or In (he Senior Meet defeated t Seminole i | er Ave, recently passed on to moa
any olner Cabinet officer, you elect I i In the finals I ,\.1, to go on to R clipping over which he has 4>rob-
a man to serve you as your rep. ..... ,,' 4: Albany, Ga this week for the ably had many a chuckle, since It
mcnldtixe! spokesman on Regional Tourament It was well worn and yellowed :from
your teems as
imbedded in stone base unveiled during dedica.
mnny handlings too, found It
a wide variety of Issues which If our trams have one consolationIn ,
Lion ceremonies Sunday afternoon of the Pr. Ralph Wolff Beach Park. Left to right, t
confront him In the dally affairs losing and that Ii they gel beat very amusing and, with full respect!
of government you elect a man to Mrs. Raymond Wolff, Mrs Stella Sloan and little Miss Agnes Louise White, Dr. Wolff, by the best of teams. ssea" for all barristers, think It worthy

do more than administer properlyand Ralph hear, chairman of the City Planning and Advisory Board Gordon T. Duller, <(r
efficiently the office to which executive secretary of the Florida League of Municipalities who delivered the dedication We talked to a fellow from Ft In Alaska, "North To Alaska' starring John Wayne "Now, sir, said the council: to

you elect him I address; Commissioners L. L. Bohannon and Hilton Kitchens; Robert Ferreira, Lauderdale and he aald the team This outstanding' production can he Men at the Iliin The 'I the witness, 'did you, or did you

"For example each Tuesday member Planning; and Advisory Board; Ma yor E. J. Johnson, Jr.; Exteen Corbett representing Ft Lauderdale this atre, Friday and Saturday, August 7 & 8. not, on the date In question, br at
morning when your Cabinet meets member Planning and Advisory Board; Nelson Moyer, pastor Memorial Methodist year defeated the Wilton Manor --- --- I any lime, previously or subsequently -
In Tallahassee, we sit as the State Church who delivered the invocation and benediction; and just outside picture at team In the District Meet for the I say or even Intimate to the de-
Still'iint 2HO, third, Fitly eI\, fondant or anyone else whether
Budget Commission expending right to enter the State Contest ;jIniltiifly
right H. W Fishier, city attorney and municipal judge. Junior
within the board discretion laid The Wilton Manor tram defeatedour I Olympic buy 12 and wider: friend or nitre acquaintance, or
down by the Legislature the pub. Little League team In the Stale I thud Sthrunts, 181)), first, Fitly In fact a stranger that the Male-
lie funds of Florida, determiningwho dent Johnson broke ground near tcrmlnlng In each of these fields Navy Enlistee Mcrt, 1.0, In ten Innings a few (Conlimtul riiin PJKO One) >'d, butterfly, l hUYM II and under: : maul Imputed to you' whether Justor
shall and who shall not Palatka f I o r the Important where the emphasis shalbe\ ('ai'loll Gill, 61.1 I, first One hun unjust, and) dcnlid by the plain.
years ago Thointon, I Pifust: ;: Fifty I vilbieiist
receive salary Increases, deciding Cross Florida Barge Canal, This III I placed, what coats shall be Involved I sliolii, girls I I.:! ,mill, undo: died yd bullet>', buys; 17 und Illf, was a matter of the moment
which agencies shall be given i the most Important single asset to I I and developing good administrative ,, Modem, Duane Rowland, t :2\Mlfust or otherwise* Answer did you
Juno trl r )
Stout l : i I', > h.Ir| flint: lam
funds In what amounts. In effect Florida's economic future to be dos I practices, s. Beach I Klllrcll, 52 II, Mccml riltvd, (; David Kodtffei! 1:::.110!! KI'e'l I or did you not, t T"

literally determining whether Flor. vclopcd since Henry Flagler built I "Although It Is not necessary r Weather ReportSteve bieUHt nil al l,,', Mil II mil t outer i : onil I 'Did or did I nit what?" asked

Ida wlil practice sound economyor his railroad down the cast coast, to meet weekly, the Pardon Hoard Rich, Observer Jan llollis, 17.III, first ('Miulv I rifty, ft. Ititteiflv' (fills H anil I the witness weakly,
If we shall engage In fiscal folly and will hove a direct Impact on Is a most significant one. Throughthis .irr Weather YOllnlChlllllll and go on a wild spending spree, Fernandina Beach in the flow of board, we serve In a nnae.a. f M" Slallon at .BUS MarbrcgorBlvd Pulittl, 512\: :!, thiid, hw> hundred flint rifty ft., hiittufly, glib 12 : One of my pel) peeves Is dig type

"As we adjourn, only to recon traffic that will pass (ho local I a court of taut resort not ama yd, li'east si i,ill-, girls| | 17 iiiul mi. mid under: MiliHHii NoiwooilIHr l: MI'lIkl'rlho Minis off by saving ho
vine as the Board of Education, docks, court of law but an I couit of Mnx Mln Rain dirt KnnnIIM:-'; "" |, flint{ 1'iit. >, first: Debbie'' Surluni, /Mill), has wry liltli{ t tt> soy/ and; then
of where Thursdi}', July 30 !W)( 75 T 'und. rifty yd hutte' 'fly l In It.
resting In our hands Is the This waterway, a dream of centuries mercy, a court hope, lltlu R'nl'hlll'll I K""III1II." MI I Klrls pcrslsU \proving
Friday, July 31 sit) 74 ..22Saturday
convicted of Crimea II und linden LundYounubl od < -ft
will put Florida at the cross persons can > tf r
for dclermln ft Lurk I Htiuki .
responsibility Fifty Nand
!grave :, Aug, I' IW 74 0 '
between the week relief, 184'( first Note to the ('ullfor'nis Ch.ml"'roC
Ing the direction the policies, the roads of commerce Sunday AUK 2 119 78 0 'I until! Hi I' MI v It"'ili f fir, 182HitDlid ,
broad scope within which the total two giant Industrial areas of our I "And, I might add, a crest Monday Amt, 3 IW 73 0Tucsdnj I ; ( ;hip; \\ilHiin, JJI:, tlilnlFifty : : : One hundred ft. frpesljlo relay, Commerce: IlUUr chmmc! the
public school program of Florida nation, It will make Florida ports deal of soul.scaichlni Ii Involved ,: 4t hto. :, AUK 4 HI 77 T I : ft. bark" nli' ike, IIH.VH I IIand boys, 10 Mild under, team of: abbrevi,illon of the stale! s 'name,
shall develop such as Fernandina Beach the logical Far decisions on thin board can I"" Wednesday, Aug. 5 83 77 0 I under'' : M::utin I 1'>IUM, ', 131)), Mark Davis Andy Swenlt, John The litters CALIr cmilil be Inken
"As Board of Education points of trans-shipment be mean life or death, freedom or first, Slink l IlnvlM> 1iI,1I.(I Hteond; I Stouffer and Martin Diane, to mean tunic and Live In Florida
must determine your what takes first twecn our Industrial centers and I leHtralnt, to those who plead ,' iI JULY WEATHER SUMMARYThe : Carson \\hite, Ilt.I.I llmj Nifty i I fit Kt. Fifty yd, freestyle relay, pcilod.
the nations of Europe, Africa and their cause before us I average maximum temperature yd buck Mrtkc, bays 12 mid un- : boys 12 and under team of:
what kind of curriculum I
priority I Darlene Smlanu, first One hundred
should have how to recruit, South America "Let me mention but one other' thin July was 881. averagfl dun I Paul SI'hl'ant75.0!! (), second; Duvld Brownlee, Johnny; Hollls,
we and keep, good teachers, where I "Another responsibility facing I I board the State Canvassing 8 minimum 737, mean temperature Pete Peters, 4(1.2, third, kitty yd. I Pete Peters, and Paul Schranti, and under;yd freestyle, team of relay: Cynthia gills Piper 14-
colleges and junior colleges will bee I your Board of Conservation, and Board which meets only after an Bl.2, The highest seas 95 on the Mh, back stroke, boys 14 and under I second, Team of: Mike Jones, Jerry Keene, Jan Uollla.-aAd
located, Its compalon Cabinet organization, election for a county or state the lowest was 70 on the 8th Clint Rich, 41 n, second One Joe Rodeffer. Mike Townsend, Candy Youngblood, second.
the Recreational Council Is the : office Although only three o' Total rainfall was 7,78 Inches The hundred yd back stroke, boys 11 and Carson White, third
"We must provide the proper proper development of the $jO mil. us serve upon It our work Is I .Uv. ._... greatest 24 hr, total was 183 on and under: Mike leary, 1200: Fifty yd freestyle relay, boys

leadership for the development" of lion conservation and recreation ,, moat Important to every citizen, I Arthur Henry Knowles, son of the 23th first; Jon Belcher, 1.2::!:! seioud,, 14 and under, team of: Clint

the expansion recently approved for $higher 5 million ed,I program approved last year For through this board we cer Navy Chief Petty Officer Henry M. Prevailing winds were/ from the Fifty ft back stroke, girls Sand Rich, Carroll mil, Pat fancy, and DOZIER & GAY

oration, so program that the youth of earl\ 'in planning this program we I tify the official election results I Knowles of NAS Sanford, and Mrs. southwest but leabrceici occurred under Burlmru Sthrantz, '' Dnvld Rodeffer, second One hundred ,
state the best educational I must consider multiple benefits we determine whether the election June C Lee of South FletcherAve on 27 dasi, first, Fifty ft. back stroke, girls I yd freestyle I relay, boys 17 I
can get and '
return for every dollar Invested which can be derived from the laws have been followed, If ,, Fernandina Beach, Ii under. There were 13 days clear, 9 10 and under! nllnna I Surluno, ,under Pete, tram Peters of) Jon Duane Belcher Rowland PAINTSFOR
funds the will of our people has been going recruit training at the U.S. 16,0, Hciond. ,
of these Fifty yd batk
"In essence we must shape I IJ proper application declare partly cloudy, 9 cloudy, 15 days and Mike I.(Mry, second. I
J the process of developing quality "Along with other activities kept and we officially Navy Training Center, Great Lakes, with measurable rain, 19 with stroke, Kill 12 und under: June One bundled ft fni'stylo EVERY NEED :
elected what office
who i Is to
Stouffer, 51.2!
([ education, from kindergarten thr. we meet also as the Board of I I ICommissioners m thunderstorms, 16 with 90 degrees( muml; Sally gills 10 mid under, tiam oft -0--
Theae are but some of the responsibilities Knowles attended Fernandina '' White, /fin.2, thud! rifty yd. hark
school. of State Institutions i and above and 1 day with 95 des' I
ough graduate : I
I Cathy .ulphin, Susan Hidpffer, :
(I multiple responsibilities 'Best For The South'Shiell's
Beach High School from 19GZ to 1964 stroke, girls 14 and under: I'ir. :
another agenda board which adopts poll No hall occurred and there
Moving! on to a greet I Donna Surlano, and ShiiliyThornton
placed In the hands of and hopes to follow his father foot I lone Sinluno, Suit, second I Paulo '
I we then meet as your Board of cies and provides guidance to the was no heavy fog ; second Hfty ;yd, freestyle -0-- .
even of us selected by you \ranckcn, 610 thiid
Institutional of steps In making the Navy a career I
j Conservation to concern ourselves entire proirram relay (tills 12 and under,
\ "And because these responsibilities
I with the proper protection and development ,I Florida. Policies and guidance Involving I Hamilton County, location of the Fifty ft butterfly, hoys; 8 mid team of! Dibble Kutiaio, Jane
these challenges are so I Grocery
of our natural resources, the field of corrections. because their accomplishment I I Stephen Foster Memorial, has no under, Philip Jones, r>.I, fiml\ i pouf. ,
resources upon which our very future mental health and our state hospitals treat, with energy, honesty; and I I Larry Cason In natural land connection with the Henry Kudiffer. 17(1( KI''lIncl lions Norwood, first Fifty yd.iI, 211 ATLANTIC AVi -
depends child training school and Basic At rest of Florida, being completely Fifty ft. butterfly, toys 10) and (
Intelligence\ Is essential, we, a* Training
Fruits of our labors In this ca I the Important Sunland Tent" must Increase our I, ',surrounded by the Withlacooehee' iimlir-! Andy SweitU, lUfi, flint; I I' niONK 261-wm: :
I paclty were evident when Pits! ) .for the mentally retarded. -deDOZEN --.- awareness rns of the quality of our I Great Lakes NTC and Suwannre Rivera, Mark I'uvU, 221, m-iiiid, Tummy :ny Pulittl I, Paula Vianeken, and I
-- -- -- "
I "I''!
I leadership Great Lakes, III (FHTNO: I'

that I Larry E Cason, 17, son of Mrs -
I we cqn properly shape the busi Ullee llitkox of Route 1, has begun \
A throughenlightened I i training at the Naval Training I

leadership, honest Center, Great Lakes, Ill, :
leadership chosen by ballots not I The sine-week training Includes FIVE POINTS =
by bullets, by free choice not bv I I naval orientation, history and or. ..
pressure. Thus we must select ganlzatlon, seamanship, ordnance

competent, dedicated leadership : and gunnery, military dl'll1c flfat ..
For the level of our government aid and survival I si.r e M I

can never transcend the quality I During the training recruits recclve ,, 4 r'b
GOOD REASONS of those selected to lead It" Pub tests and Interviews which ''ilk 6y :ii 4 M .1''" V.Service"; c., 'Z Ul 3w!'v'I'""_';''0.'''', :.>'t.. ... a ,. .",,,' :
lie men must "stand tall lest determine their future assignments r -

I government, fall short." I I In the Navy Upon completing the ,,

for to check with us if are : "With proper leadership all program they are assigned to new I II Ja @ M
you things possible Without It
you ( are I Ice sciiools for technical training i iI ,
i I we must drift as a rudderlessshin or to ships; and stations; : for on-

considering the purchase of a home on a stormy; sea I I the.Job training In a Navy rating :
; "Thus as we meet hen tonight, I! specially |
let us be ever mindful alto that Naval training produces the pow. '

Over the weekend take a leisurely drive I I it is part of our Individual responsibility er In sea power by supplying qualified J
,j { as citizens In a free '
and look at the to choose, and choose I II I personnel to man the ships StationWOlrV
;) around Fernandina Beach society planes and shore stations of tux .

i! following homes. They are all for sale at 'I I wisely govern, us those, those who who will compose lead and our I I day's :NavyWinnDixie< i iI !

; reasonable prices. We can arrange the Cabinet, our board of directors I II I ?
of state government. Ours In
I 1
r' financing easily. If you see one that you I the opportunity to select publicmen Sales _

call Monday and see how of Intelligence, Integrity, and Of Florida Produce I II
! like us a .
I ability Men who have the capacity
: simply we can change one of these houses to stand alone when necessary I I Shows IncreaseWlnn I II I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

and, principle, to debate :
on .Dixie Stores, Inc operating
: into your own home. the Issues For we cannot tolerate '
a number of supermarkets In the
government shaped quiet I *
I 1Ib : local area, bought direct from Florida .
I, 1908 Beech Street, Three Bedrooms, Two Baths II and tacit agreement governmental I farmers more than $8 million
I leaden who adopt the attitude
; 2. 103 South 15th Street. of "If we agree, who Is worth of fresh fruits and vegetables
during the fiscal year ending June C W. Chaplin & Paul Bibb
:; 3. 1627 Alachua Street. I I to disagree. I 27, a substantial Increase over last

: 4. 1706 Alachua Street. "As a member of your CabinetIt year _.

i 5. 129 North 17th Street. I I can Is engage my hope!In that the pursuit with you of, enlightened we I II purchases This figure! made represents through the only company the. INVITE YOU TO STOP IN FOR EX PERT CAR CARE AND WHERE YOlfGET ;:

t I 6. 321 North 19th Street. leadership, the kind of 's field-buying offices in 1'uhokee .

: 7. 611 Stanley Drive leadership that must be the hall. Plant City and Pompuio. Our.1 ONE-STOP SERVICING
mark of good government In''
: 8. 81 II:i Stanley Drive. tog the past fiscal year, they totaled
I I, this great state of ours S8,3 8,3W: compared with fib(524B!
!9.) 910 Stanley Drive. "I am grateful that you asked the fiscal

.. I 10. 11 North Hth ('lace. me to to meet have with shared you and In this am honored pro. I able Joe previous mcrchandining A, Adams In charge year at general of perish head" Stop in for that Good Gulf Gas and let us check your car while you are ::=

I 11 New Home Under Construction In I'irate's Co'c.'I tonight

12. 22:) South 4th Street. giant Following the address, Phlnney I quarters named that InJaeksonvlllc the company, .''Ia"s primary, cmph. here. We'll give you that bumper-to-bumper check every car needs.!
, thanked Adams for nerving
i 1J. A New Klngsberrv Home Just' Being Completed consideration Is moving Honda products
truest speaker and said that he
, On Clinch 1 Drive, South of Town. first Wlnn.Dixie currently op. Small
: had gained a broader knowledge crates 610 supermarkets throughout Cost, Big Savings. *
I of state KovernmentPhlnney

; You will note that our "dozen" contains added that he sores the Southeast

: 13 houses. All of our houses have extras their Container franchise employees and vote to employ wisely ployees at the meeting were ::

along with being good citizen Harry, F Dinee of Chicago manager .
: too, just the kind of extras people have and church members He cited of solid fibre snips; Warren EXPERT MECHANIC RAY GOOLSBY OPENING I :

come to expect from Paul Burns. also that he was pleated that Carita!. sales manager at the
; employees such as Wingate, Fern holt Worth Texas, vision, ; and on duty to serve you at all times

andina Beach Mayor E. J. Johnson t Aubrey Williams also of the SPECIAL I

Paul C. Burns Agency Kitchens Jr, City; Commissioner and others have Hilton (Items hieago were office.formerly Carnal connectedwith and VVil- ROAD SERVICE & WRECKER SERVICE =

shown sufficient Interest In government : the local division and made FREE _
to seek elective offices. their homes here.Q .

However he pointed out, that SAY WHERE AND WE'RE
Container, as a major taxpayer. GREASE JOB ::
'r Mcted their right to have opinions ) THERE
heard but that he had nev. BE CAREFUL
HOMES With Every -
KINGSBERRY er exerted Influence on those !I" WITH FIRE.
i I 41 No matter where when
1 company employ who had gained or OIL & FILTER ::
public office ,
call and we're the
j just
A number us on =
Registered Real Estate Brokers pf pertinent qu stiones BUY BACK I CHANGESecretary
were aimed at Adams and \
319 South 8th Street' spot fast to tow You in. ==
he answered each In detail beI I rMlf A. FOREST!
' Phone 261-1606 for the meeting ;.adjourned ,I l -

j Out.of. town ,Container, cm-


_ r ronl+ = .\\ewiiLf: 'r, i>nmndina Bfae'n, Fiorrift Thurw.y!\ Anoint 6, H.i,; I
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Mrs Alice Chantflirt of Paint. Dean Parks Speaks At Quarterly Meeting -
To Wed August 11 ka and her daughter, Mrs. Iris ,
i 1 Engagement Told Here j Darlene Nunez 1 Webb, and two sons, Wick, and Of Women of St. Peter's Church Monday

I Has Party On I! Donald, also of Palatka, are one
Mr. sad Mrs. I I. B, NMchelsjn announce preaching marriage of their daughter I visiting this week with the formers Women of Bt, Peters Episcopal Jnurned and Mrs. Vlzcarrondo, 1 pro.'

Mr, and Mrs DeWItt Thompson i I Association. He received an award Third i Birthday the engagement and ip. Muriel Jean, to Carl Franklin etster-in-law, Mrs. Dola Bra Church gathered it TilO:: gram chairman, Introduced' "'"
Weaver, Sr. of Mobile, Alabama for honors from the Texas Power j Creamer, son cf Mr. and Mrs zier. p m. Monday, August Srd, fat Rev Robert Packs Dean of St
announce the engagement of their I, and Light Co. He Is now a special Darlene Nunn celebrated her i i Marion T, Creamer of Altha their regular quarterly meeting, John's Cathedral, J a c kRUI'! "
daughter, Mary Kathleen to Kenneth i agent frr Prudential Insurance Co. : third birthday with a party at her The brlde-elect Is a 13! graduateof Mr. and Mrs.. Phillip Nicosia and I 1 with IS members present. After Drim Talks created awe .nut(

Wayne Ferguson of Waco Texas I The wedding 11'11be\ an event of home on Saturday morning Yulee High School and attended I daughter Eileen, have returned to the lecretarv! and Ircaiurer'i re. amazement among those presi''n
I Colorful hats Florida Technical their home In New York City after Gaines, president he related a most revealing ,, .
son of Mr and Mrs. Wayne September 5 In the First Southern I Ii and whistles were '" Cullege! In Jack- port, Mr Betty as :
Ferguson Presbyterian Church In Austin l given lo the guests as they arrived. "'"",:. sonvllle. She Is presently employed touring the state of Florida, and conducted a short business meet. I i count rf his experiences and shuts'
i 1
Miss Weaver Is the grinddaughtor i Texas Ice cream and punch were served ,. In the revenue accounting department spending severnl days h..rel'lth. In 1*., : of spli'(lluiil healing. Highlight m
(4 Mrs C. V Sheffield of this I :! with the birthday rake which was of Ryder's Truck Line, Ine. Mrs. Nicosia's brother, and sister- Delegates elected to representSt. : his talk will be (found elsewhere InI
I decorated In Jacksonville. in-law,, Mr and Mrs, Ernest Valero this Issue
pink and white and the District
Peter's at Meeting! !
and niece of Mrs. Cecil
eMy, Picket), |I
: Five Points WMU of Amelia
topped with three Mr. Creamer from'i City. It has been several
ballerinas graduated
Sr. and Shiell'C, Sheffield and at Good Shepherd Church Jacksonville I I The meeting! continued Into an
Group Named The j three pink candles. ;jiiHh;- Blountstovn High School In 1459 j i years since the Nlconlas' visited I I on November 13 wete Informal question and answer per
She III l a graduate of the Hachn- here, and
I and Florida were very Impressedwith I I
nt ended Barber College
Celebrating the occasion with Mrs. Gilbert Vlzcarrondo and Mrs lod while refreshments of punch
day School, Dallas, Texas: where Eda Stertz Circle j the progress of this commun- I
In Jacksonville. lie Is
Darlene were her pirents, Mr. and presently 1 Dan DauKhcrly. with Mrs Arthur coffee and cookies were enjoved.
she president of the lions Ity. ''
I Mrs. James Nunez, Clay Townsend, produce manager at Winn-Dixie( I Markhsm and Mr\ James D. Bill served by Mrs. Arthur Miikhnm;
[ 1
Council. She Is a senior at the I'nl- Circle I of the Five Points Baptist '
Joey Blalock, Diane Bridges, Pam Store, Fcrnandlna Reach. Mr. tor serving *i altemall.lI.Dale refreshment chairman assisted h' \
i s '. and Mrs. Lewis Valero and
versltv of Texas where she has Church held It's regular meetIng I
Ogilvle. Tcrrle Ennis, Harold Wo den F'' 'i The wedding will be snlemnl/ed |1 daughter Susan, are visiting with of the 1964 annual Smorgasbord Mrs. George Lawrence, Mrs Dill
served Gamins Phi Beta soroiltya at the: hr me of Mrs Katherine I
'I Judy: Golden, Linda 11I1 kux, Tuesday, August II, nt "vcn-- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I was announced as Xovem. O'Leary and Mrt. Ralph Wood.TIIOllUS .
vice and dlrec.Mr.
president pledve Williams on August 4.
thirty o'clock In the First I
Donald Illckox, Lawrl'nreiiI/ kox, Baptist Valero. her Mill,
: She Is a member of the leader The meeting was opened with the I Church. i
Jeffrey NunczMrn Hitkox, ; ERVIL USG
Clyde F ther Ell'sor! discussed the
ship seminar and a student monad.or call to and I\Irs. Williams I' No Invitation but I Bud
prayer and Mrs Franklin Townsend. are being sent Strickland Is spending I the need far Church School teachers,
of Klnsolvlng dormitory.Mr. I read scriptures taken from the :Si.llt all friends and relatives are cordially month of August/ In Elmira, New advising of the Church's plan for I Mr. and Mrs H. C. Lang Jr. of
Ferguson attended high I twenty seventh' chapter of Acts Invited to the! ceremony and Jacksonville announce the birth of
school In Waco where. he was AP. I Mrs. Mildred Hicks led In prayer Coke Party Honors reception to follow Immediately at : York with his grandfather, Mr. a new course, offering two basicnooses a son Thomas Ervll Lang on Jam/
I.e. "what are we tryingto
State renter In football and a mem. remembering tho missionaries. I Mrs. John Weisner Sues Restaurant Vanls Johnson. 1 > 1A at Humphreys Memorial Hoopital. -
School'1-and 'how
I I do In Sunday
her' of the Key Club. He receivedhis I to Master Lang weighed I A) Ibt-
The title "Before Miss I
program was I At Davis V Lottl/ Lathrop will accompany we go about doing It?
HomeA ido
I .
degree In business administration the Seventies", and Interesting her Mrs Lang Is the former Janet Hi a
grandparents, Mr. and
( from the University of I, He Invited anyone who could dtu htc-r of Ervil
Texas ers ;: Roger mil
parts were given by Mrs Williams : Coke Mrs. C, W. Lathrop, as they travel ,
party honoring !Mrs John OctoberlBrideEledMr. possibly offer their services! for
where he was a member of thevarsity Mrs Hicks, Mrs. Johns and the late Mrs. Rogers of this oilsPaternal
Joyce Wol. by train to New York City to visit
football team I thrl'eYl'nrletterman ncr vas given on July 24 by I the coming Church School year t.) grandparents arc Mr and ,
Mrs Liillnn:: Still their
son and daughter-in-law) Mr
Mrs. Stuart Davis and Mrs. Phil I attend a training course to learn
and a member of the T Mrs.' H C. Lang, Sr.
I Mrs. Clco Bi'oddnck presided al Stewart, at the Davis home on At. and Mrs. Waco Nunex announce I oil ,v rye.mod. and !Mrs Emil Lathrop and fam- I more about the procedures the -_. :I
I tho business meeting./ motion was lantlc Avenue Mrs, Wclsncr left the engagement'( of their I a ? ,, Ily. While there they will visit the date to be announced within the !

mado and carried to name the this week to make her homo In daughter, Claudine, to Mr. Tony i Worlds Fair and tour the city next few da>'s.He .
Mrs. Eddie McQueen circle alter a Baptist missionary the southern part of Florida Wade Renshaw, son of Mr. and : Mrs L. C. I also discussed the need for Get the "Naturallook" I

Honored At Bridal It was decided that the circle would I Lovely! corsages of pink carnations Mrs Wad Ktnshaw of Jacksonville I Mike, K.-ren and Ely Pam and will children arrive,, ,, leaders for our young people -I II I' in Your Color Home Movies!
l be called Eda SterU Circle. '
Shower were pretexted to the honorce 1\IIu Nunez Friday from Atlanta to spend the I the Enliwopal Young Churchmen I
FridayA Members present were: Mrs. and her daurjIUir, Mary Julia, by Ternandma :s a graduate of f weikend with Mr and !Mrs.\ Ralph the nature of f leadership desired
Williams, Mrs Uraddock, Mrs the hostesses Beach High School, Wood ana I belim preferably a man and wife
miscellaneous brIdal shower! Clans of 14. j family, who are spending
Still, Mrs Hlx, Mrs' Johns, ''to, more or less stay on the side.I .
this month In the
honored Mrs Eddie McQueen FrU Arrangements o f multl-eolored Mr. Rensliaw Is George Lawrence
a 19!
Junnlta Perry and Mrs. 1\11'1'1 graduateof i ;I lines, to counsel when needed and
day evening at the home of Mrs. zinnias were placed In the hallway'and Ribault High!! School, Jackson home on South Fletcher Ave. Mrs. MOVIECI1ROME OEIIM
Nease. I help leach a sense respond-
Ely and Mike will
Eddie MrKendrcc. The shower family room. The refreshment| vlllc. return home
Tho next meeting Is to be held : table Sunday while Karen and Pam 'I bUlty.I .
wag given by Mrs. McKcndrcc and was covered with a Madiera! An October wedding Is planned. re.
Mrs. Harold Sllllwcll. at the hrme of Mrs Noasc on Sept. i cutwork cloth, with a large arrange main fur a two week visit I Father Ellisrtr announced that
ember 2, at two o'clock. I Charles Cooper had donated a
mint of Pink and while carnations
The guests enjoyed Bridal Buipo/ < I Mrs. W L. Suggs, of Baldwin Is law ReJection of book on Spirit
the and after thd and mums In the center Cukes, Edna Davis Circle I
during evening ual which In his of.
here Healing are
for an extended visit with her
Take-Away.seven prizes were awarded played I Dean Robert Parks I I and cookies mixed, sandwiches nuts were, miniature served to pies the To Meet Aug. 12The. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ''I fire Everyone is welcome to

Addresses On !hire Robert check the bm ks out. He advised
Group guests. I Bryce, and family.
The refreshments were served I Edna Davis Circle of the rfl'a th.il a study on this subject would
from a beautifully decorated table. "Spiritual Healing" I !Mrs. J. B. Thompson, Susan liar- I Memorial Methodist Church will | Arriving the first of the week fora begin in SI Peter's In the fall

Centering the table was a large dee, Celeste Hurdee, and !Mary meet Wednesday August 12, at | vhit with Mrs J. J. G. Cooper Vr: Olio Phansticl announced a
crystal! bowl of pink and white The Rev Robert Parks Dean of Julia Veisner assisted the hostesses II 10.00 am. al the home of Mrs. ,f will be Ecvcral cousins, Mrs James I Hawaiian Luau en August 22 at 7 ,

flowers and on either side I triple I St. Johns Cathedral In Jacksonville, 'I In serving. Robert_ Carson. oks'.k..9r' .. B. Brabham of Denmark, S. C.? p.m., at the beach hi'me of Mr r
> Ee
crystal candelabra holding pink spoke before a group\ In WhitneyHall Sixty-five guests called during her daughter. Mrs, Bcntly Riversof and Mrs' Paul Burns The affair

candles.! The fruit punch bowl on Monday evening on the the appointed hours of ten o'clock Long Beach, Calif., her son-ln- Is being/ planned by the Fun Com-

imd! a heart shaped Ice mold. I subject of prayer In relation to"Spiritual I until noon. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs muter Mr. and Mr' Phanstiel, ,
Punch was served with white cake Healing" Jack Allen Hartzng and children. Mr.\ and Mrs' Bill O'Learyfr! e ei.

squares decorated with wedding According to the Dean, spiritual For Miss Patsy Jones I PERSONALSMr Ginger and Mike, of Denmark, S.C. and Mis. Gilbert Vircarrondo, and i.
belle and pink ribbon. Pink and healing Is a subject very dear to I and Miss Kathy Eastman of Colum Mr and Mrs. Oscar Odom.
white party mints and mixed nuts his heart. He recounted many of Surprise Party GivenMiss I bia, S. C. Appropriate costumes are In order |
were also served his experiences with the power of and Mrs Harry Peters Mr. and Mrs. Benny Williams I ', a comfortable pillow to sit on, Processing included

Mrs. McQueen was the ,recipientof prayer and described some of the I Patsy Jones was delight and family spent lust weekend | and daughters!! Robin, Bent Jean, To prove that Florida Lisa (mullet a pot luck covered dish, plus 50c Moviechrome 3 Daylight for
many lovely gifts techniques used by prayer groups fully entertained at her home on with :Mr.' and Mrs. S. R. Steven. and Sheila and Mrs Grace Pon. ) Is cue of the tastiest fresh fish, per person to cover miscellaneous outdoor scenes. Indoors, use

"""IBuesl i attending were: Mrs. His address was very attentively 1 July 30 with a surprise party given son at their cottsve In Melrose. sell, all of Montlccllo, visited last the Sla.e Board of Conservation supplies and refreshments.The Moviechrome 8 Type A

.. .Jtent J< Crisp, Mrs. Carl Hasclden received by those present by her mother, Mrs. Richard Mrs Samuel Bailey and son, weekend with! Mr. and Mrs. Eddie offers free Lisa recipes. business meeting was ad. with photoflood bulbs.
Jones and Mrs. Ray O'Rourke, In McKendree and
family. While the
Sam Jr.
Mrs. Cuitls Smith, Mrs. Sonny Thursday by plane I
: Strickland, Mrs Mary Theeme, : Stephen Foster, to whom Florida I celebration of her hint birthday. for their home In Cabot Arkansas I William!; are vacationing In South this ANCa Value at $3.00Next
o Mrs Betty Bryant Mis Windle I has built a memorial at White The party table was covered after spending a month with her I IrnionH Florida, Sheila their youngest!!
Portfor! Mrs Frank Mayer, Mrs. | Springs, copyrighted his first song with a handsome white lace cloth, I :Mr, and Mrs. Don Lan. daughter, and Mrs. Ponsell. moth. We Will Be ClosedFor
and centered with a large white dress. er of Mrs. McKendree, will re.
Roy Key and Mrs. Austin Cox. open Thy Lattice, Love, In 1844 I
.... _... birthday cake embossed with pink main here for several days
roses and greenery, topped with Mr and Mrs. William Rogers of I Business
o. tC I /r 'I "Happy Birthday Patsy: Arlington Virginia left Sunday I' Thea Laine McKendree, who has

i: Birthday take was served with after visiting for feveral days with been visiting In Mnnllcello, return.

-- 1 Iced drinks, Ice ,, cream. nuts and his mother, Mrs E. :M. Rugersl. II | cd last Saturday Piula Ynunq. Tuesday August !

= Here's good mints I I Mr' and Mrs. Ray 0'Itourk InvS '' blond, daughter! of Mr and !\Irs. ,. PHOTO. SH4P;

t / Enjoying!! the affair were: Mrs\ returned after a trip to Miami and Jnck VounKblixid: accompanied her
: health for all f'I 1 1 Charles Edwards and daughter Ch. '''a 'our of South Florida home to spend several days nllli SUE'S .. S Y
eryl, Mrs Hugh Lee, Mrs. F L. I vfr
Mrs Thea Lalne, and her grandmother,
the family! I Io Tlpplns, Mrs Alene LolsllI'lrh.Ir.! Jimmy Roland and baby
daughter, Lisa, spent several I days Mrs. Ida Younsbloi!! rn the beneh
r and !Mrs Will(in Davis, Mrs Kilh ;
:: VITAMIN lern Hoggart!: 11I181I! >ra ArmtI last week with her parents, Mr. I Mr and Mrs. George II. Low. Road I 4

Rely on us to fill pre- r= I Mrcng:, Mrs. Carolyn Knight Mrs ;I nd Mrs, Don Landrcss. I rence lilt thin morning for in extended o

Bcript-'orn' nccvtriitfly E. M. Itogirs, Mrs. Charles Geiger Friends of Mrs. L. M Hnlllngs.wotlh visit with their! diildien, In

and supply\ jour fum- Mrs. Rourke, Tammy O'Ruurkeiacid I will regret t to hear of her I Indianapolis, and Berkeley Cnli. CLOSED ONE DAY ONLY I

o ily with health need*, i-'t'1 Colored Mis. movies Jones were taken during I, Sol confinmi ncspital.In She Humphreys and Mr }Hulling Mcmor-I j I fornla. Regular Hours Will Be Resumed Aug. 12 Poor To Merle Norman
first aids and I
xundiies. Donald F. Adams central office !L J Cosmetic Studio
the :
evening. worth celebrated\: their thirtyfifthweirding ''
i supervisor, at the Federal AUution
\ anniversary mi August 4.1 j ,- .. ..
for --- -' --- --- -
Agency North
tea.' Klrrld i Tele. _
James Brazier and his guest ',; Visiting! Dot and Pile Sehuiling I phone Co, was In Tallahassee
o2 Ernest Spain! have returned( to !
foe two weeks are Mr\ and Mrs, from Sunday until Thursday of last I
== Wn" hlnirton, DC, after a we.k's week on business. Year
,= Our skilled pliHimiuNt t arc visit here with the formur's Pat MeVnnry of North Aillngtin!! 'round Carrier

,e_= always at your sen'Ice. mother, ;Mrs. Stole Kiazler, ands] New Jersey, Mrs: McAimeji Is Mrs I Mr and Mrs. J D Weldon and I
father', Pick Burner, I Schillllnfl's' slkler.I : i Isis, Phil of Oklahoma City and
'_ _. .. __n__ Florlillans
visited last
STEGER DRUGCOMPANY Cool Off with aLowCalorie week with the Phillip I.nksons'. I
Tr Mr. Weldon Is an Instructor nt the Air
FFA Center covering dectromo.chanua' Conditioning Heating

__ Thirst Quencher ', and eloctmnlcs equip. ,,

207 Atlantic A\e. Phone 2l .:52157: men! repairs, '

Mrs, L. E, Hamilton and d.iiich.:
ter, Madeline/ tf Mallbiul were

i :=:::==!===' _. -. .' _:1.-- \\ '('k('nd, .tiuesls of f :ATTs! 3. J, G.1 i iConprr .
| They returned home Mun-
l 1
I diy Why Use A a Only

!\II'. andIrs.! II.iRli!! Ll'elnd

daughter, Yvonne, and Donald IlnlbiiHik -

all of Decatur, Georgia, have
Wall Heater
been vldlllng here' with their many
j1t frlinds and relatives. Mrs Lee Is $2079Or

iTICE I the daughter of Mrs F. L Tlpilns, Window Unit : '
,r -ark'' Tlrlli4.raO'.j and sister-in-law of Mrs. Ed Brln-

I IlIIr. a.
and :MM Fd Brlnsnn returned When You Can
k oi' last week after a month tour of

the Inited States They traveled
Go First Class I
through the mid-western states stopping
4i II I at points of Interest to visit MO

,,* with Mrs Brinsims' brother-In-lsw With A '
:'. f and sister Mr and :Mrs Vlrl' Bur. d

lI 1. ( I "a i i ton In Tacoma ashlnutnn \\ h'lei PAYMENT

: i there they visited In Vancouver ,
1 Billlsh, Columbia) They traveled h $ ,j
:. 't I I home by way of California, souls DOWN

U'mstrong -J visiting) landmarks.National Parks, and historical CentralDuct r'

: ; t I II (?:;'4, ) I I' Recent guests of :Mr'. and :Mrs

I : ....-. .;.'::! -' .... 11 Gordon T. Baler: were' his sister i
w 2 Ton
Mrs W. A. Gates, and his nephew Includes
I : 0. KITCHEN FLOORS The clink of Ire the whirling' of a Mi'nnVr, anil the .I I). R. Fuller and Mrs: Fuller all
premise of a frothy drink, cold a* piled snow Sweet music for
: 'J a
o s.al1 S NO OTHIt FIOOH OfffHJ SUCK A WIDICHOICI hot summer day. of Oklaioma City Okl.ihcima Air Conditioner
o -. J- { Or HANDSOME COlORS AND # ,N Relax in the shade with this !
/: refreshing end ,
v differ System
: '< STYIIS THI KTIA SMOOTH iUlfACE IS'r*' Mr and !Mrs.\ Gordon T. Butler '
** EASY TO CHAN vivv* eat fresh fruit cooler, made of blender pureed prsrhes. fresh limn' I 1 With 5 Outlets
e y If YOU SPIll \ juice and ginnerale. At the (time and daughter !Susan nnd :Miss Crls.
I same be
OCASI 01 OH.Ily cnnfldi-nt Hint
o. ,f-et q : ITS SEAUTV Oil AKMSTIONO ON IT YOU CAN'T LINOLEUM was ?f: s ;h you're, nut consuming!! a lot of unwanted unnecessary rnlorim.. Una Hal! spent( five days lust week
t f Note that this calorie-shy for Pfarliv time in Miami Bench attending, the an-
trope Cooler {
o w+ COMES IN lOllS SIX MET WIDt ANP CAN : rnllj i
: : +: IE INSTAUfR WITH MINIMUM SEAMS. ; ; ?/:'" for a rmn-caloric Ringerale and he ('nluril'.th''' sweetener Su. I mini convention I of the American
cnrvl. Used to
replace sugar this sweeten gives a di lit(HUH, :Municipal Asnnclallnn.Mr. .
:.. natural tanting sweetness and keeps\ calorioi to a minimum,

: : $6000 : r..I.lhn.. CoolerLouiCahnr and :Mrs Robert Prvoi" CALL FOR
INSTALLED j and children, Riinn and Wcht.
have retuined from ieoritetown! ,
r \'* nip lime! Juice L 2 tal>le }{ cup water 2 rule fresh sliced 1 peaches I days with their so".in.ll1ond OBLIGATION
1 pint non caloric jingf rule Hmi-htr, life soul Mrs. :'IrllcohnDavll.

I. Porter & Lovequist Combine Ingredient, except glngorale' In Mender and Mend I .

i : COLOR CENTER over a few crushed seconds ice Chill, if desired.Makes several. hours, lo woe,, add gingerali->ur I Talk:frs.arrived Mar\ !Sunday rete White of New GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GAS CO.

II 101rl'n,1 two
serving Each
serving contains no: calorie. 05
fit v- : 8th 261-3068 protein; no fat till weeks with her son and d3u hll'r.
South Street Phone ; grams rarhohvdrjto. If made with ,
I each serving would cuoUia 159:>> colour In-law, Mr. and Mrs! James White TELEPHONE 225-5146 TODAY YULEE, FLORIDAIIIQ
I wbu reside on South Fletcher Axe






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- The ChurchesBIBLE --1 Many' Children -- -

The I Too Late To Classify At times deer from out'of .itatebecome
BAPTIST CHURCH SPRIVGHILL BAPTIST Florida Fail Game Commission \ available for purchase by

42' South 6th Street CHURCH IIn I I either the Commission or Interest

0_ Johnny L. King, Pastor State Hiwsy 107 Nasai.Tllt| > Garden Baskete Help Wanted Offers Assistance ed sportsmen \Vhrn sportsmen*
'"' Sunday Services f To Get VaccineJnokuniu groups are Interested' In stocking!
Rev William A Frye I-
II out of slate deer the Commission
,1 10:00: AM. __?.._ Sunday School Interim Pastor I SALFSMXN; : I I"UIt NASSAU:
Deer will mike the
Stocking neressarv arrange.mints
11:00: A.M. _. Morning Wornhln ninrv of FlnrMi cor:>;TY ties, Wary and
1<1 8:30 pm _. _. B.T.UT Prayer Time "omml.Rlon Hi pi I tnlixntion. lor purchase provided the
? ? ??? : i child I
11'' (For !Men) ___ 7 Im One has only to notice the road. for salp.-the root of the simian or sp,'rtsmeui groups pay thr 'kpuiso\(
00 P.M. Men't Prayer Service I begun rnr'icr' this wnr hv the Stop raid! \'nrfltlonoik out or TAI.LAII \SSFE Fiends hunter .
' Sunday School .__ 9:45 a.m side lowers( at this time to nallie bramble lint would take our of purchase anti transportntun,
7 30 over Fernindinn Bench ffioe Cm
'h : p m Evening Worship Board of 1I.'ollh-shnwl who wish deer
that < l tit purchise for
I Tuesday: Morning Worship _.".._ 11 I.m. that It Is Indeed lute summer with Amelia yard if nit rut bark. ant ain furnished! and maintained, Writ ('rye said. "bj"fore KIO'klntI'rr/!
'i9 Training Unloi. ?,"M 8:15: p.m I autumn just around the coriur The at a big prll'e. Personally' we don't nu n m m odd children 11 per Box 7d0.Y< staking on prhnlo hunting ranges riirrful check should
7:00: p m. -??____.. Visitation ii'nt if llu white nod It 1 rrnt of ( I'liniinilim Pratt In any area" a
'In 7:30 Evening Worship ?..,... 7:30: p.m prevalent colors are yellow and have tic; Imngln'itlon to ere how per News-I eadir J''10) I shoiil I ('otil.K: 't I toe' (:mie alld I F'n,hh
Prayer 1
Meeting Wednesday : I the nwlille have nil taken pdlovnctlnp ; be mule to determine HM cxl tln(
Wednesday: violet as evidenced In the partridge such a riNlcnn, be used but evl. -- I Water: Fish Commission, The Commission .
n ft6 Men Hour of Power _" 7 p.m I pea,that golden flowered weed with" : dentlv somebidv does We do know 1- : !.:xivrlineid niarlnp I irrivliinillv h'ls liifurrtri deer |piilntlon' the I'.mdltlon of
fiRST ASSEMBLY OF ROD Prayer Service ... 7:30: p.m. "Th > could be hnuproim nit the dirr and
"M' finely cut foliage which literally that the root of the weed Jtrusa. a '"" I ellllllll't'rIII tug nl City the turning capacityof
lion lo of deer 'for stir.eou'd
us sources
I Rev. E. A. Lewis, faster 1 1I. "Whosoever will may come. takes over any stretch of roadside 1 hem Oak Is highly prided by arrangers nilimi because, I lie priMhxil, ihlltl Jol'k A61'I n""OI'llInli lo Dr () tin ronllc"

I I. 10:00: ..m. Sunday School ft T5rSI I'' that Is not kept cut and the rich I I Is at the I grenlpiit risk and yet Is I FL: l'i.\e IIrhUl18, Jr.. usklstint clinitor olI -- ---.-- -- --

I 11:00: a.m. __....... Worship'! Service : ', 'AUL'S LUTHERAN purple heads of the Iron weed found Haeov noticed great panicle* I Ihl' poorest Ininiinil/cd nguinst po.I I 1111'I Comnilssion Try A ClassifiedWhat's

I 6:10 p.m. _. C. A. Youth Services I CHURCH Insomewhat shady locations The I of creamy blossoms peeping out : lint'; ; until::: :Dr.:; Wilson T Smilir, !j i For Sale -- -
11 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service I Amelia City Near Interitetkm Partridge pea Is a naive cassia a from DIP foliate along the road suds In'ill 111 Hirer I
Thursday mid week service : A1A dainty little plant when examined: rnlln vis wide' |irpid: 1 In Florida
quite a bit above the eye level of OWSF.111tST: : SELL 1MMH|I-
7:30: p.m. A. V. Cerbhsrdt Pastor closely and kin to any number of : prior lo I lie nvt,libillly it HIP first 1 The Best TimeTo
I 1 those riding lit carol It Is just as ATE63! fad' t tug! Kinamtaii
\ar<'ln<> In II:>J. Tills new vaccine
our flowering
ft 6t 'tt 1:00: 1m. Morning Service well to admire them without the Beach City Dock Sill for heat,
I j We speak of the approach of fall cruelly thorned trunk of the tail brought! shout one of the Inrgrtt I ,
,If ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL ftft Immunization programs In history cash niter Owner aboard ctnip( Get A Loan ?
,t CHURCH PRINCE OP PEACE because the various grasses are shrub or small 1 tree t that carries see II. Also, 1".KW: Dudn Diesel
" I : and hns rrsul rd In sharp reductionIn (
,I' The Rer Jsmes D. Elllsnr Rector I LUTHERAN CHURCH forming seed and It Is high time them All of Its names are drsrrlptive the tlscaip I ElPctrlil Sit 1 PO 2JO xallsC

7:311: A.M. holy communion' Donald R. Himmelman Pastor for lovers of dried arrangements of It. even Its scientific one 3 plia-p GO cycles. Art)
I I to forage for Interesting material.One So (far tlilicar\ only 8 fitterall \
Aralia splnosa Like some of the -- --- --- -- -
10:00: AM. Choral Eucharist Phone 201 5634
11:IS A.M. Church School 1 1I Sunday School .?.?.......... 9:45 a. m, has only to drive slowly to discover 1 smaller ornamental aralias the I I In all piralvtte:! have been reported'33'i' SHRIMP HOVT FOR SATE -- i' Money Counselors Say:

I 5:30: P.M, Episcopal Young Worship Service 11:00 a.m. fascinating grass heads along foliage Is quite attractive. and the of 1963 there were only Built In 1151, new moat, double I
piralyilc canes reported
the roadsides Gather them and
Churchmen I For
I (This It the schedule of a common. name take your I new Ink, hawse hull. Plum THE MOMENT BILLS
every 14th STREET wanted A spray of clear shellac or choice-De\.11 s Walking-Stick or vipelne |1'1'lod.' tint t the lilii'ipit 1 caw
Sunday with the exception of the 2IH4032 Jilrk on\'llIe Ilciih or
I RAPTIST even hair spray does a good< job of Hercules Club Clusters of blackberries rote was nosing children used up Ii
.. last Sunday of the month) i Rev S. C. Baker keeping the seed or fuzz in place. will replace the flowers 4 years with the next highest; rate lee Ciot. Ole Maikuxiin on.
'a' Interim Pastor t among children S to 9. bonrd Flying Fish at City MarIna START PILING UP.
the i
I Among catalogues 1 I So many people speak of enjoyingthe Fernniidnm Beach. I lt '
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 9:45 am ?___... Sunday School recently is one covering seed pods 'i Allliimch case rates for all ago I )
11:00 Worship lively, red perennial hibiscus' have, rnnilili'rablvslme
J. C. BYRD, PASTOR I : a.m. ? Morning leaves roots etc. for dried arrange g"ol'ps dropped
Sunday School ............?.. 10 AM. 6:30: pm ?'................?...... BTU menu To persue such a catalogueIs or mallow at the Virgil Harper ',, use ft' Bpcliie has spread The> male arrReant major fish 1
Morning Worship _.....M 11 A.M. i 7:30: p,m. ..? Evening Worship certain to make one realise the I 1 home tn, the corner of 18th and,I, over dip! I'atr.." Di> Smukr added dl'f(ends Its eggs by all irking and
Evening Service _. 7:30: P.M. 7:30: p.m. Mid-Week Services wealth of material that we who Alachua, Mrs Harper doesn t know "!It t Is of Imporlnnce to note that the II I II driving offlny Intruder, A mr Bill consolidation It one of the bed reasons, too, for
I I whether she has a named varietyor grant major vilulling four oilmen But be to do
firfr have access to open country possess 'I I preschool group experienced the I borrowing money. sure business where
not but she certainly hit blossoms least decrease In the was obsmiHl lo BiidisHfiillv attack -
UNITED PENTECOSTAL I MEMORIAL METHODIST It rather jolts one to see what 'I I percentage you get every advantage-lei.
of can gather with eale.I t I' of much merit wide open ease rate wherein' the hlglilv.Immunlred -y a 4>0 ixiund grouper at :MJrlnelund
CHLRCHSoith CHURCH any velvety, and rich red She if, Florida.Smokey' .
5 9 ntlnlned amiliRl
age group
advertised al a price common Iv .
8th St. Pb 161 3702 Nekon P. Mover I I stalled with small division froma r- -
Rev. W. W. Roland I I 945am: ....?.......... Sunday School plant material tint Is periodically plant owned by her brother In 1 "inlinlly" greater\ case rate rt-

[ Sunday School ...... .. 10 am.J 11:00: a.m. _.... Morning Worship 1 cut down on road shouldiri H\ Is I Georgia!: Each year when shoots duct Ion, Immunisation Says loam Vp WHI I. $600
\ board child
(Worship Service ..... .. .. 11 am 6:30 p.m. .. MYF Supper It Programs I surprising to see the oddities olfen'lll I II begin In early spring she digs the I The
work thin through I I IREAOTH6
I program way
Meeting. 7:30
Prayer Tuesday : p.m. i
and the division
clump plants
{Bible Study Thursday 7:30: p.m. 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship. county heallh departments: parent AN' REMEMBER[ FINANCE
I Thus she has obtained all the plantswe G.A.C.
.-- .1 I 1 CHURCH OF CHRIST I i or hildien I three months of aliI'art'
South 14th Street see In her yard These I perennial nlaited and urged to begin I
Earl Illlbcrt I Minister \ hibiscus are perfectly hardy the child'l Immunization program CORPORATION

LADIES.I Tired of ? I' The short days of fall with the de. When' the child Is 15 month old, the 1,j PIfdSPNnwNl
Cooking Sunday Bible Study ?.. 10:00 a.m. AMOUNT PAYMINTS roeyou
creasing length of light causes the I parents are contacted again and I
Morning Worship ?. 11:00: a,m. plants to die down naturally and 1 en tMONINS JO MONIHS .It MONIHS U .ONIHS
urged to complete the Immunlza.
DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO! Evenlrg ffft Worship ?..-ttTABEKNACIE 7:00: p.m. they are never killed They shoot tion check If tide has not been done roFI G I NOM 3 7500 S 306 S 347 S 755t

While You Shop At Booth's Market BAPTIST up again In early spring and bloom I I t 160 00 S 9 40 10 79 11.67 16,1)) '
from June on Into the fall bloom. '250
According to the State Board of 2500 2156 2133 3069
7 Hot Dogs $1 1/2 Fried Chicken $1.25 CHURCH 261-3487 Ing periods seeming to come In i I I Conservation< Tallahiimtie, [here 60000 309 39.34 '266 39 3'
Amelia Road
cycles three or four to a season are mire than GOO known varieties
7 Hamburgers $1 ( Family Size $2.00)) Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor I' s
There has been a good deal of of fish In Florldu salt water 308 Atlantic Avenue
Sunday School ..'......"'... 10 am
$1.25 experimentation with these mallow I 1- ____ .
Shrimp I 11 '
Morning Worship "MM'? a.m. hibiscus by the Florida Seed Foundation 'FrJye Ferndndlnt luck,Florid

Bar-B-Que Ribs or Chicken $1.25 Evening Worship ?...?_..?? 7 p.m. Inc, at the University 1I I northeast which are laid not lo do Telephone 261.UI 1
Service ......... .wke
-7pm rY
I Florida 1 In an attempt t to 01..''too well In Florida and others developed Y I "
QUICK SERVICEPhone 261.5965 ft really worthwhile varieties f o In California and obtainable Toil and only Ll OITlii Soars: Dally >.Si, Wdmidoy t Saturday .12 ..

1 FIVE POINTS BAPTIST Florida. They work for petal from California nur series HO HVI CONVINIINT OfflCIS IN JACKSONVItll

709 South Eighth Street CHURCH stance has a bearing on the which have been found latiHfaLtory
- --
REV. THOMAS RICKS945am. flower. ability to stay wide open I In Florida, ---- --

: ?__ .... Sunday School I throughout the day, and also work Mr F, n, Philips !purchasedfrom
11:00: am. _._- Morning Worship to produce a compact attractive !, a Florida nursery (the lull red I II

5:30: p,m. ??..'..... Training Union plant as some of the mallow ancestry variety, 1 lush'\ developed In Gulnsville .
i':SO p.m. _....? Evening: Worship I I Is quite leggy In appearance 1 I when It first appeared, and FOR I EXPERT CAR SERVICE. .DRIVE I TOTimton I

Ilan Theatre Wednesday prayer service, 7 As of last summer they had has since' then bought the cerise
pm. :31'I I two varieties on the market anda I I varklv We are curious lo find oul

CHURCH OF COD OF third! to put In circulation soon 1 If the hliixtiomii of this perennial(

Phone 261-4819! C. E. Beach, Mgr. IROPHCCY: I, a cerise flowered one named flare\ type could be knit In the house
Dolly Iljll Pastor a tall red variety named Plush and I! without wnti'r a* our tropie l hibiscui *

No J\fatnees.Except! For Special Show s 10:00 a.m. .....?..... Sunday School the newest t t red' with white stamen b OHM mi tnn Mrs 1'lul1pK .

,,11 am ....?.?.....M Morning SOl vi.. named Plume. There are ether nssurcs us thnt tin ones from their
FRIDAY Cr SATURDAY | 7:45 p.m. .......... Evening ServIce: named varieties of this perennial! ,I bush Plush, can: she has tried It
7:45: p.m. Wednesday, VLB Service hibiscus some developed In the with tureens ;t- \
AUGUST 7 & 8 for young people. Will the extra weight ,

7:30: p.m. Potato Ring
CHURCH OP GOD Creamy Russet I / /J r

Cor. 4th and Cedar Sta.RIT. Delicious For Indoor-Outdoor Eating prevent your brakes ( /.
L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor from stoppIng your \: -

WAYNE Phone 261.3807 1 I SAFELY? Don't t take a', -
10:00 a.m. .-._.. Sunday School
TECHNICOLOR"LAW 11:00 am ....... Morning Service'' chance ...get our EXPERT t 1 ,'

I l.P E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m, 1

f:30 p+... .? ... Evening Service I I
OF THE LAWLESS"DALE Prayer meeting Wednesday I



CHURCH N4 I Expert Brake Mechanic
Rev Leonard Duncan, Pastor t

SUNDAY & MONDAY Sunday Mass ?....?.?..?. 2nd, 4th r rr Does All this Work:,

AUGUST 9 & 10 Sunday . 7:00: a.m,
I Sunday Mans .................... 1st, 3rd \SAdjust $
Slit Sunday, 10.00 am. 19
"BEDTIME STORY"M I Monday, Young People I 7pm: : "Add Fluid If Needed

NIVENtiil1RI.E : Tuesday, Novella Services 7:30: Hepack Front
: BII\SilO DAVID 1 ..... V* ,_- ..*,.*. p.m. '

"ONES I I Daily ___?__._.._......'.. Sam. C t Wheel Bearings t. -.5

iEtH i<:dLCJJt L ....... I :Saturday: v.."...< Convent Chape) ;J .V.1nspecpining

I ]:30 Communion In Convent I \ and Drums I i 1 Any \ V

LASr SUNDAY OP THE / ....PIus a Complete American

MONTH: Join of cooil culliijt In this creamy, Iliuorfiit potato until limn Car
7:30: A.M. Holy Communion dinniiitknlly served la an attriullii ilnK, with preen nut bha'k Safety Inspection

Safety First. 10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer tilt en, iaillHhf Hilda top iniiot cull rellvlirs tdil Into Ihn renter
and Sermon liell( Ions with edd cult or ihltkMi, thin itppillrlnR ml,id H MI perlivl- BATTERY fAILURES
11:15 A.M. Church School ly temitliiK now when the newly baivestidanlilnMon Slate Jtui- '
: Famous Make
sot potntois nip available Those poiulai| all |purlu.se| Russets ore
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young excellent for snlalH, and for bulling, billlim or frying beta IK* the Avoid $999'
ZL ?E3oMSs? a Day Churchmen nlte grnlnrd texture holds up under snaking jmusses, Wmhlngion encBATTERIES
ft ft ft Slots gioucrs nay the mlnerul l rlc h loon soil Inmlfl extra flavor and Let our expert!
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN nutritional values to their lltism't potatoes, so you'II want to nerve battery before you As Low As. ..
CHLRCH them to your fondly often now while they are plinlltul, tour vacation trip. E.Chanpl


pil Worship Service . 8.45:; A.M. cups diced, cooked 11/2 cups mayonnaise

Church School. ............. &:45 A.M. I Washington Russet potatoes 11/2 taps, vinegar
Worship Service ........ II :00 A.M. 2 cups sliced celery 1 ">ip prepared mustard fimton NEW TREADS
onions, thinly 3/4 Up, esltr/ aced '
Youth Meetings ?,_ ? 6:00 P.M.Church 3/4 cup (green

School ....._.:? 7:30 P:Mft I 1/3 sliced cup radishes, sliced thin 2 1/8 tape tsp,,salt pepper APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

87 54PMI ft 3 tbsps chopped parsley 41 hard cooked ego'i, chopped
G FIRST BAPTIST! CHURCH Combine all Innreillents Spoon Kalad Into largn ring mold, pressIng -
Rev. J. T. Dunnsm Pastor I down well with l asjoon. HOie In rpfrlni>riitor over night (Inc for Narrow or VVIdt Design, ,
Worship Services: BIO:: A.M about 4 hours), llefwe nenlliK, remote from moll br loosenlim lop
11:00: A.M. edees carefully with spatula or thin blade I knife, pladnR serving Tubeless er Tuba-type 4 for'
800 PM I prate over mold 1; Inieit; disks hard once unit I salad 1 will drop out JII .
with parsley sprigs and fill renter with preen and blink -
Sunday School 0:411: A.M curls and cheery lomatues It desired Our Nets Treed UnHIM, by H'bllio red coop MT* tnOUAMANTBBD
rmlliihes, crisp carrot
Training Union . . (45: PMWednesday. I n M. 4g.Aaui..s .
H to 19 servings
Prayer Service "..M'"_ I 1' Atttait Made h wsekanwkla nt nuUrUI. torfaf M,tl InO
-- -- """ 1 m' Mwei mass's.p.IrJa. KiMtam 49
For our ru-tomrn what finish; tlic husine < Jay 7:30: PM MatIs. ....I7d., Mr UN for 5n..sWk.. ) mma.IV ,
after JallLJIIg hour, ue |prouJe lat deposituryservice 1 ft ft ft M 55.. mWwatm' : ..... ... ... .. ... ..... -, ,
I W. 0. Brunts' Pastor .- i; '-i-., ,,"., .,-;., i'-'I-f, .;co, ,. ... Plus tea end 4 trade.Iss ifrelf

:No need to carry cash home. Bunk it and Le SUNDAY SERVICES: r I SWAPPED FOR .

safe. : 9.45 A.M. .. Sunday School FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK .

11:00: A.M, Morning Worship ..
Conic in today and let u. cxjlain this simple 6:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service

and |'rulu-liM method of Landing, t:;TO PM. Training Union IT THROUGH THE

i 7:30: P,M. Evening Worship
Wednesday Services: itttont .I

7:30: P.M. Prayer Service iz v / .


-.........aIN, .........."..-., I Rev. Jerold A. Philips Pastor j ; FERNANDINA BEACH
ii't.t FOFRandlnal.ach IB No 4ta St.

Sunday School .. . 10 00 a m, > == rLt I Ia r- I I uiJ Ja: :r :

.... .. Morning Worship .. II 00 am. U8 Atlantic Ave Phone 261.4483pt
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I Sunday Evening ,. .... 7:30: p m. I I liiti'
Wednesday Prayer Meeting I

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Six ** Newg-Leader, Ferntndlna Beach, Florida -. Thursday, Auguit 8, 1064!) I per week were reached It was fewer violations and accidents Pacific northwest could hold out i.'

found that although the percentages than drivers trained by parents. the longest The rest of the nation
of students Involved are falls somewhere In between, l'l'I '
] OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Aug. 12 Deadline I r : smaller higher percentage of HOW LONG COULD YOU FEED FAMILY INCOME The lower the M
For T The l Homemaker these art now found to make low. YOUR FAMILY? Recently over I Income the less the family Invests r"

(Continued from Page One) cr glades 11,000 households were surveyed by In foods, Where Income was under
Looking at those driving seven USDAs Statistical Reporting Ser $4,.000. 3D per cent of homemakers
FLORIDA\! .oa ASC committee-administered pro 4 D" eVl'nlnlJX'r week we see that vice to find out how much food the I contacted said food on hand would
tarns on the welfare of Indlvl percentage, wise there Is a ten. nation his stored In (he family pan. last only a week or less In the i
dual farmers, and collectively o Mrs.. Mary N Harrison deny lor more than 20 times as try and Ireezer.In $4,000 $GOOD range the flgunre
f A HUNDRED YEARS MO the lift of the county, Is conild many "F" students t to drive every I the household study homeouncis drops to 29) per cent In the $10.000
arable, For Instance, last yea .I Home Demonstration AgentSchool evening per week as for 'A' students were asked to estimate how and up category, It s down to 22 percent
e 100 acres of farmland were Improved [ I| long their food supplies would last,
IJiiet: 1) SAMUEL PKOCTOR under the Agrlcultuial'onservstlon .m ia +dMxRad The poorest students tend to be I not If they served normal meals, SIZE OF FAMILY Families with
Program cost-shnr. ----- those who drive their own cars. I but if they fed the family only three four and five member. could
Inn arrangement This cost $7, li only a few weeks I I are endangering his high school according.: to the study Holding a enough to get by on. i I make their food stocks last longer
ooooooooo oo6f
OO OOOOO ooooooooooo 722,00 with about half coming, away and families are !beginning grades. his future and maybe his Job to support a car affected the One.third said they could stretch thin very small and very large
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from the participating farmer to think of clothes and school iuppllci life. The study leaves no doubt teenager attitude toward school, food on hand about a week or less households.
wd prcforce have Buffered severely, the balance from ACP, Students are beginning to that It just I so much the care but and the curtalnment of study time Another third said between one snd CHILDREN It makes no difference
thRIblr AVy AND The steamer Nlta was under repairs "So you can see that ASC think of subjects that are to be the urgency/ of exercising more I created by the ji b-car combinationoften I, two weeks, The rest felt they could I II 1 whether there are children under .
HISTORICAL COMMISSION: that rendered It impossible committeemen are In effect boar tchcdulpd During school frequent'y authority over their teenagers In led to a vicious circle, 'I hold out longer than two weeks 14 years of age In the family With
CIVIL: WAR CENTENNIAL: lor her to get away. Every person members of a big business, the older students and parents do ,I the matter of how and when they I I Good students who yield to the 1 I Here arc some of the factors or without young children housholds I
f COMMITTEE: on board but two officers has Chairman continued "This point not completely agree on the line drive car craze suffer the sharpest drop I that Influence how much food you I, would use food at about the same
< 208 Valencia Avenue, been) taken III of the fever and so up the urgency in getting ou' ind ownership of a car : Take tne or.grades situation as In grades. The longer a car has I; keep In the house, rate. I
Loral Gables, Florida 33134 far ten or more have died On the the Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR ordnance ship Dale I believe every of farmers In county election Safety l Conference was drive more than do girls. Drivinga t boy being good student off living In the suburbs than downtown to run ihort a little sooner than
University of Florida person has been taken excepting .10 that the committnten tiny ceect C held at the University of Georgia i I ear docs not. I In Itself have an I By far the greatest scholastic I! but better still on a farm their young counterparts
Commander Handy and a boatswain will\ more' nearly represent At this Conference, reports of ex adverse effect on grades, but when damage occurs when the high: i I In two weeks or less, 70 percent STORAGE SPACE, Apartment 1
JulyJuly 's mate The executive officer, he thinking of a majority of 'inKlve studies were given/ Of the I the use of the car Is permitted to I school Junior obtains a ear I of dO\l.llown big city households dwellers couldn't stretch meals as
together with all other officers (farmers." 91 million drivers' 16 million are 1 Infringe on school work, serious I Among students with neither I II I would run through their food sup. far as home owners 1
26 Confederate Major living on board, were taken and A 'farmer eligible to vote In under 21 years of age This group problems develop. \I car nor job, there are twice as piles This would be true for 59 percent Hurricen season Is here No one t
General Patton Anderson leaves all died I lost also four of the the committee elections," accord accounts for about I 13r;{, of all the I Loumng at social-evening driving I many "A" and "B"' students as 'I of homes In suburbs, only 3D I expects or wishes for any castro-
Florida today for Atlanta with orders barges crew who were on board, 'rug to the Chairman In generally accidents. (This Is the cause of Increased I one finds the better students I among students having Jobs and i iI per cent on farms phy, but It Is wise to keep at least
to report to General (Hood for and others of the Dales crew also a farmer who Is taking part rates In Insurance when drove only one evening per week cars, LOCATION IV NATIOV Homes ol two weeks food supply on hand.
duly in the field, General John K. died The Wanderer has but three or Is eligible to take part In one young drivers are Insured) or perhaps two generally confining I' The more evening a cr Is used I the Northeast and Southeast would Civil Defense has stressed this need i t.
Jackson Is replacing him as commander men; all were taken on died or more of the national farm pro. The study definitely established their driving to the weekends the more apt grades are to fall\ run out of food faster, Those In the I for time Food on hand Is a safeguard I a
of the Confederate District the others are in critical Yams which the ASC committee the fact that there li a direct rela- When four evenings of driving!I High school trained drivers have i western northcentral states and the I against any type emergency, fi 1 ;
of Florida. condition The guard schooner Eu lelps to administer. A person tlonshlp between scholastic at. .
The Confederates today evacuated genie has also lost perhaps one. I :
eligible to hold office cum
as a
talnment In high school and use of d
Camp Milton after a skirmish fourth of her men, On shore the Tiittccman other qualIfications ,j
among automobile by teenage driversThe .'
with federal force operating sickness and mortality have been an
( la a local resident
In this
developed study
out ot Jacksonville, The Confederate even greater The provost-guard of who Is eligible to vote In the I
troops consisted of 216 cav. ', forty-five men has lout more than 'lection Further Information are so significant and point sodramatically I

airy men, forty mounted Infantry, half Its number, and the mortality these and other qualifications on 'parents I are to an vitally area Interested.In whichall "GOOD THING WE SAW THESE \4! !

and a battery of four guns among the citizens and refugeeshas nay be obtained from the ASCS Parent who do nit wisely regulate ;
July 27 In a been alarmingly great. Almost' -ounty of flee. t
their teenager use of the carla
Admiral Bailey de. the 0
to Washington!: every uuaccllmatcd persm on
The election of the ASC COlin
scribes the yellow lever epidemic Inland has been attacked I myself
'y committee will be by mall luil-
which Is presently racing Key had the disease In a severe form,
!toting between August 21 and about 100 to sndtdeep !
West: "My worst fears have been as did also the fleet engineer, cross BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THENEWSIPLEADER i
September 1. The Chah'man urged enough for 30 yards to swim'
and for
than realized more
than two memlhs the disease ban the fccerclary, the afculstanl all eligible voters to mark all except the tallest horses After
surgeon, the quartermaster, all the their return ballot/ before the making a bridge! for the ,
without abatement
held lU
course' and Indeed September 1 deadline, and passing over by hand
servants, every per. Infantry\\
and Is now as virulent as at anytime
The Reason of epidemic lasted son attached to' these headquarters munition, etc, the "
in 10G2 nearly to lie first ufMovwnbcr but one. Of these, only two sons and wagon train passed THIS WEEK )
he surgeons. and by his observation .
own through During the crossing. the
and there. sxemH no have died the doctor was at. I ,
of the nature of the die.cane .
forward destroy
Itaslm! to bllIethat II1'111 disappear tached for general duty to the 75th Ohio was sent to
In Us Intensity this season the two small trestles near I
sooner the present year, Dale and lived at these headquarters ,
that unless the vessel goes Trail Ridge, This was done The I
except it shall have exhausted all He was taken the fourth day I ,
the material for disease before alter his arrival and died the third north every person on board In all great trestle.work on the Lab I I t
that.! Ume," When the plague first day after his attack. The mortalIty probability have the disease and City Railroad, over the south fork
became evident, Bailey ordered all on the Island I im .told(\ has very many must necessarily the." of the St Mary's: had been burnt 1 ;
There Is also fever aboard the ,
ot 6 am. by Lieutenant Colonel
vessels that could be spared away reached as high as twelve to fifteen
from .Key West and set up other in a day," Bailey 'la''I that Honduras, lake, Marigold, Honey. Morgan 75th Ohio Volunteers :
suckle, and San Jaclnto The lat. with 100 mounted men of his own
ports as coaling stations To sup there Is also a large amount of ,
ply.blockading ships in the Gulf, fever aboard the various blockad ter had four cases terminating In regiment of the 4th Massachusetts : "

a wharf was erected at Tampa big venue!.. The Huntsvllle, for death The blockade of this coast Cavalry To effect this Lleuten-
|ay so \that coal could be loaded Instance has had from twenty to shall be preserved at all events, ant Colonel Morgan had made a
board easily A hospital was also thirty cases, Her sick lilt today whatever the sickness The squad. night march of over 30 miles.
established there. As the epidemic shows fourteen cases, and those ron .U much\) crippled and Ita cruisers making<< the circuit! of one of the I
tfevlopcd, It became obvious that assuming a more malignant type that have aerved to break In (enemy i camps, fording sevcril ,
'. .10 great a degree the commence deep streams, and capturing the ,
M" wa raging with a violence than the previous ones Bailey
ttaC hs exceeded that of 1H62, or, reluctant! to part with the Mcrrl- between Mobile and Savannah, trestle !guard! with Its officer I
I baltove of any previous year. The mac, but he Is ordering it North but the coast Is as t thoroughly From Trail Ridge we pushed on 1 ; .
blockaded as at any previous time by the Alachua Trail to Darby,
rrAelathat I have detained here because he has been advised by
-- and the squadron It effective. to still on the Lake City Railroad Smiles ,
prevent egress and Ingress In In the rear of Baldwin. The 1 LThe ,,1
WHAT A WAY TO CO! a map which Bailey sent In with I mounted force arrived and destroyed I
his dispatch, he located the hospital the long trestle: the Infin-
and coal wharf constructed try bivouac some 4 miles In the I S
on Egmont Key In Tampa Bay rear It was after midnight when I {

General Blrncy Informs the the work on the railroad ceased !
commanding officer at Yellow j The days wok had been enormous
/ I Bluff that he has taken Baldwin : During the night and at early'

PICNIC There Is a locomotive and train I dawn the rebel evacuated Bald 1
at Callahan or between there and win and Camp Milton, passing '
Baldwin, which you will march at northwestward over Brandy Creek I ,
once to capture Take six day. rations I and the St Mary. and throwing
with you Send locomotiveand away property In their! rapid'I

train: to Baldwin, When you I Bight They left us a quantity of I
lave done what you ..nb forage, some muskets, a wagon-- l
to Yellow/ Bluff : load of sabres, 4 or S small flags, ;

ffA General Birney reports on UnIon numerous testaments and a great f
I II' raids which his forces operatIng variety of miscellaneous property,
Alb out of Jacksonville have made Including one good army wagon '1

upoa Baldwin and the surroundingarea I Then forces were the 2nd Florida' _, : .w.. .. .
during the last several days: Cavalry, Scott Battalion of 6
"The trestle.works on the Cedar I companies, 4 companies of reserve
Key. and Lake City Railroads Infantry, Vllleplgues battery and
have been burned beyond Bald \ Dunham battery, Some of the News-Leader Is

win and the enemy has been forced prisoners state there were In addl-
to evacuate strongly Intrench lion three small pieces of cannon,
ed and stockaded positions at Baldwin making<< 15 In all. Their force wassuperior
F hr and Camp Milton Two locomotives to mine: and mine was
/ and trains were cut off and nearly all colored men, a fact I
mut fall Into our hands unless which mortified our prisoners ''
destroyed by the Rebels. The rail greatly, These colored troops( were
transportation of blockade-run burning with desire ID avenge YOUR SHOPPING

goods from the Southern ports of Olustec our casualties were S
s Florida la broken up for the present slightly wounded and one seriously .
r e. and the abundant supply of We captured 19 prisoners, who
corn and cattle from the southern will be held, I trust, for exchange
and middle counties of Florida, for for colored troops only"August
the Rebel armies Is within our
control. The movement was a
frank one To get to the rear ot
the enemy our troops, after makIng Battle of C.l aevllla Slgnlfl. GUIDE !
a feint In Nassau County on cant Florida Events for August

FLORIDA facts the north ascended the St. Johns 1864.
25 miles to Black Creek and this August 1 The following dispatch '
Creek 4 miles, to an obscure landing arrived In Tallahassee this
concealed by woods Owing to morning from Confederate headquarters y.
deficiency of transportation It took at Lake City: "The enc- In newspapers the news of better ard,

3 nights to land my small force my crossed the M Marys River
We were not discovered until Sun. yesterday. eight miles mrth of products and services is as important There's much significance in this
day (July 24>, when our advance Colonel MeCoimieks rump at the
began to cross the South Fork ul trestle nt 12 o'clol'k. This Informs to today's modern family as that of for local advertisers. For only in the
Black Creek This stream Is from tlein was communicated tit this

10 to 18 feet deep. The bridge was place at 1 clock this morning I current events or features concerning newspaper can people of all age an'J J
a frail and floating one, made Since then we hear firing The ie-

from mostly of fence rails While port is, they were marching on home and family food and fashion and inspiration so necessary for good
of the
crossing<<, our advance was attack. Lake City, Most public
ed by the enemy's cavalry, acting property has been removed up the
SKIN-DIVERS. as dismounted skirmishers Colonel road. Cemmunlcallon by wires with hobbies and health. citizenship and for the enjoyment of

DESCEND MILLIONS .. Becchcr. 35th U. S. Colored McCormick cut off,'' Governor
OF YEARS INTO TIME Troops, drove them off and Captain John Milton la telegraphing( the Col- For newspapers are the medium by a better way of life.

Morton, 4th Massachusetts lowing message to Confederate
TO DISCOVER BONES WELL OF r Cavalry pursued them Three of Secretary of War J. A. Scldon at which most people shop. No other And because newspapers gain their
our men were wounded In the skirmish Richmond: "We have' ctmpnratlve-
PREHISTORIC WON v one seriously By one o'clock ly no force to defend even this medium supplies the variety and de. friendship and regular readership,
STERS IN FLORIDA +w Monday morning all our troops place (Tulliihassrei from the ene-

SPRINGS AND t: : were at bivouac at Whltcsvllle At my. If troopsI Ilh an efficient tail of advertising by which one may newspaper advertisers are provided
SINKHOLES.Phosphate.. i "w Mao five, the column was on the march commander are nut sent here
on the Clay Hill road toward Trail promptly all will be lost! compare prices and benefits and income groups find the information
Ridge Five miles out the Rebels Union Colonel Doubleday com

DEPOSITS N' POLK. ," "iv Scott commanded, were posted it is said at by a defile Major Troops manding, Is the ordered 3rd to U.S.proceed Colored with choose the comforts and convenien- the most productive medium of communication

AND HILLSBOROUGH They were driven out by the colored 300 men to Camp Milton and encamp .
COUNTIES HAVE w \ skirmishers Colonel Harris, somewhere on the line of ces that make for a full living stand. with customers.

YIELDED MANY ._- 75th Ohio Volunteer Mounted Infantry the railroad near enough to the
FOSSILS OF MASTODONS w was ordered to charge trestle to guard It from the enemy
P them with 50 men This he did in They are to prevent 'the enemy
MAMMOTHS h down cav. from damaging the railroad
gallant style, cutting a
'- AND OTHER LARGE v '1 airy man with his sabre The Rebels j Doubleday Is to tend out scouting! Fernandina Beach News-Leader

MAMMALS WHICH l, 4': ltd. leaving 2 dead on the' parties to make sure that the enun
ROAMED THE LAND IN' J ground, one mortally wounded, and I try Is free from the scattering! parties .
PREHISTORIC TIME./IT a number scattered through! the of the Rebels"
7 swamp The north blanch of nuinel ng the Fast Gulf Blockading
PHONES 261 .3686 2613687Page
Black Creek wean MI much swollenby \ I Squadron, reports today that he :
the recent heavy rains as to has thlrty-two vessels In his com

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i,a FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK News-Lender, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 6, 196 i Page Seven

f SportsSlants YH1rt.rAiLtp Dote kE" \KNOW YOUR ,Senior/ League AII- Stars


ftY\ f } '25. NUMBERING ONLY 4O" OR LESS IN Lose In State TourneyTo




The Senior League All-Stan rnd. bush to say the Tournament was
dour biscball season last Friday the most poorly' planned we have Kinnitilina, Bench Senior ti> count for the three run, Winton hunch mid Beryl" Rite! !
afternoon when tiny lost out In the ever seen and we hope the "Poxx. POE I IS 20" Ofc U-iikue; All\'Mm lout In their An error and ninnies by Bob limed tho mound duty fur Fein-

State Tournament to Tort Liudcr-! ers' wlil lake steps to correct 1)j ti MORE flint uiUinit In Hit State Senior (Croxliv and Diivc1 Ounnlnnhiim accounted scud tutu.

dale, 12-6, In a game played In thebciemdticks future such tournaments, I.enifiio baseball tmmmment an for the first run of I the
at Orlando. Fcrnaudln 4. t) THE RANGE Feet t Intuit\ *'iclulo hiiiuM l I our IIOMI 1t1l1lJr"I'! Ft, uuiteidnle I in the "I., I.allllt.rrlale All It hiGreeser

',teams have never proved to have Wayne Bennci, Fcrnnndina football I OF a 12.6 Hheiliieklng. FernandinailmH Hcciind A batik II( FeinHiiiImn, : e 1\\ 1 'I
the desire necessary for that effort ccach, Is beginning to get a THE KEVPEER I '" nn emlv :10 lied In the errors and smiilcK by> ('11111 h.. Mr'luin' :lh.p I 5) 1 2Itrwming

.(u win In tournament when It Is little football fever, lie called to r! : IS bill g11ml' by xcnrmg 3 runs In the (;.uiiHei', Cio.h.mid: :Mi'iiicvik\ '; If 1 1 0
a case of do.or-die. Usually the Inform us to remind all football a r LIMITED TO A first lulling, bin a 4 run forth' hmlnu wired four IIIIIH In the fourth .1 tarots. rf I (0 II

tarns which make the state meet prospects for I t the Fernandina "u /,' SMALL AREA IN put the \\lniuis' nhcHj to utay for H, l.midcidulithen iveiy- ('I'.by, sa .J :2 2
r are good but nine errors more or Beach :high football team to be at 4. THE FLORIDA KEVSIWNIV which wn iced 1 with a cven-iun thing went xvionv Feinandina, li"ch'llI'on.' 2b //1:1: r

less eliminates them We are let. the high school gym on August 13 .. fifth inning, in the fifth. boil I base hits and Wlllllln'.lIn' II 0 0 ehlemesek
(ling this lids pet the best of us at 7 p, m for physical examination pit PINE lerniiilliin scored tliiee linen( 1 ('lIml Innatiun of emus sent :36 4 1 1 1.

and rightfully so because we think All players must take the examination KEY AND BIG' TORCH In the flint when llniiU Italic'vl I seven runs uvei" the pinto fur l'Ul1I1inllhllDl, If 3 1 'Z

He still hud the best team of the before reporting for football W ICE, ( |IN 1957 CONGRESS ul'l'lI\'d l Ihe Inning on a II ulk, Lall.I the winners, in lint inning. lion hut', It 0 (it I 0lallll
lour In the tournumcnt I practice it / AUIHORIZEDTHEESTABLI5HMENrOF I A tuple by B>iyl (Hue and Ib :.I 1 IfIliiigcltI
HiU'f mn'i'if H'I'd I ll.nlev tu acrnod ii'. l of 4. 1 1.Wdsnn :
I 'jute hy :Mike Conner and
1 KEY rd I Die Huijri'M walked( HuvlCue (I'HVi.l Jolinxon produced l.t 0 e 0) isTntuls
The most discouraging thing i 7am Football. Monday practice morning will begin, August at '', PEEK I<'if'USe. GIVEN I duuhVil, Slue\ Hevillc nnnl-! fur Fenmndinii, in tho sixth a mid run 34. 12 II:
bout the Tuurnament thelu'e oil and
was THIS/ PROTECTION/ AND CONTINUED Da\ld Joliimon doiiMedMixed I
had their 17. Benner plans lwo-a-day sessions "" .. in tin film! inning a single l hy> FernandinaItniley
\team to play -
our PEER CONCERN FOR ITS WELFARE Bf THE PUWJC llmni'o/ anil Jolmxim two
-r sent
game, Inslcud of phvlng on Tinker until (school opens on August 31 "S :t I I I.:
Field' which was previously sche. We might remind you football fans I THE FUTURE OF THE NaY PEER LOOKS GOOD Doubles mole inns HI'lout the "platter, but I.HI1I'II.II'. :III 3 1 0 0
that the first of the season the immilble rally Ml .hmt mid Rutgres. rt :3 t 2, I
doled. hud to play on a prail.ce
Kent out >f the turnne '
i BI'I''I Ult-e, 11
i ke field about a hundred jards will be on Friday night, September -p" 4 1 2
I; from Tinker In all fairness to the 18, at the local park against Cam. lit: .1\lli; 11Im') > FI\l'IlIl'', :2h! 2 1 .'
'I trams concerned, all games should I den High ..- -" l a\lil> Johnxon had three lilts) (Cumtnr 2b.lb 1 1 t
\\UI\: or 7-21-81 I '
tu loud reinunilinn III hitting Juhnsnn, e 4. 0 :2.l'tsnklht .
lave been) played on same
while Km'l I Hue: hud", dnul.li I If :3 t II
Scmlnole. The summer athletic programwill W I. t'ins' it I.Itnrry
field but the Tarpon
,Springs played on a good diamond end on Friday of this week. Handicap Golf TourneyIn The Itollnn 21 I 13:! 2701,7It ; mid It iple' Jetty .'III11 1I11 bill W"I', of 2 0 0.

*nd we lock what was left When All participants are requested to'' .mi.' er I.,lines I'l 14 'Jill!HI cil a triple' with Ihutiegettiui 11111'1111, p 1 0
"'ams advance as far as a State turn In uniforms unless It Is one \\', K.: Dm In'i' IS 1 II 2ii7ll( a' double Bui'K"., Seville 1111.(1( Allen, 2b I II eTtlols -
Tournament conditions should ben of the shirts which might have I I Sunup HIII HI I IT 'Ji.dlil. \ ( miner) nliiiii'.l. in iminclma'n 27 1\\ IQ!:

# a higher level Just as they should been purchased. Quarter-final Round'''1 ",, Cu: & I Furl' ) 15 IK :HIJKI\ : liittint, JOt, 1.lIlId"rdnJe 1110 170 It,
f ko even better when teams advance .. .. .. 1I1'I' PI'. Pniir\ )II:l til 2HIMII) (tII"'HI'I':, i M.lliun. (','".hy! mid I 12 ItFwnnndinu C
to the Regional Tournament. The Ohi".Tlmer.Chem.Cell Benefit 1 low'IIIha.l. tun hits iipieip! to ::11I0( tout 2..
Softball lIme which ,has been Illuh 'l't'lIlIl.I :3 J (lames 1..'nd the wlniiuii ut the plutc. f1 10 I t.
We getting around to that -- -
are say The Fernnmlnm
I luirent heads So. Gun: 4: Km I 2V7'IBiuiiineer !
the people who planned the State pnstpincd twice because of rain name. With favorable weillirr and I Grlf AssiIilion\ 1111 d II'H|II ClumpleiitKhlp \ I.HIIIS 2151:
of I i
will be played on Friday night
tournament at Orlando should Game Commission suitable habitat, wildlife will gen- louinaimn! entered the Brach Bur 2125 ,, ..
this week (weather permitting)
lessons from the first
bike sumo quailei-lnial round hits wick with
: fradon In our area because they Bill Cox might be calling for this orally replenish Its tan and the. 9\ man'his to be pla>'ed by Sunday Illllh Individual. ::1 I Games: (fO'e. w
hunter look for a good harvest 4
rain because he thinks the few may '
Tied" '
I.'t Could hove done a better Job In Report OptimisticFor night Dm Unit 721! ,
"/the future If the Tournament Is workout the Old Timers have had i, Winio. Smith tl7111) ( | ..
',I dandled In the same manner our could cause some sore arms, but Deer: More numerous than ever Kutlicr I thin vcMk in I the first Hindi y Ellis 006 "
hishis Hunting SeasonTallahassee ind I' bracket, loin Lnniiiui hail oxer' Deep Sea Fishing /
V team should stop at being District Manager Jake Bunch says he apparently thriving throughout I I
Harry Poole, Lannon gained thenthird High Turn dame: :
''I Champion and forget the advances team In shape (he didn't state the State Several areas report _
front I am not besting around theIt I what kind i for the tussle It should The outlook for a that deer are becoming a problem, round with default and Paulo I So. Gas & Fuel 8111 I "
be worth your time to see the game, successful 1964-65 hunting season ( and other previously closed areas defeated Bob Brrslln, { Buccaneer Lanes 88(1(
I II j In other matches In the first t Bee ken Drug 841 I "FLYING"FISH"
with your money for a ticket going good The status of Florida's uill be open to deer hunting for the
'for a !good cause. Game time will game birds and animals at mid. first time bracket, L C Shave meets Herbert High Jnili\l IdulIl l Game: e .

: DOZIER & GAY be eight! o'clock summer may be classified as Turkey: A good hatch In most Luke and Rudy York clashes with'I Wince Smith C7l!) I
Wan Allan the
Glyn Andy gained
healthy and robust, however nat sections and If the young poults Alice Dutling ((120 CHARTER UOAT
I icml-flnals through default I I :
PAINT Weather continues to postpone the I ure holds the key that will deter are not damaged by adverse Fred Darling 721 CITY MARINA
Shave won over Dr. George I II I TACKLE BAIT AND ICE
playoff for the Nassau County SOft. mine If Florida wildlife passes a weather the wild turkey will again Barker, Luke over Arch Hardee, All the mixed doubles team FERNANDINA SEACFI 'LA'':
It ball championship. Burguti&Cook complete fall ph>'steal. be a prime target for the sportsmen I I are very glad to have Velmn FURNISHED "HONI .aW11a ::
'Best For The South' York over John Gregory and Waan I II II
won the local City Title and will I According to A, D Aldrich, director I Hodge hack with us. Welcome !' 0*
o play the winner of the Western : Game and Fresh Water Quail: Will be generally plentifulwith I over Harry Salilman I far : home Velma. I II CAIT. OLE MARKUSSEN fnoHt 14*.4iaaJACKSONVILLI
In the only match played thus I
CHECK OUR Division for the ,Nassan, title, i Fish Commission, It Is difficult to successful early and midsummer In the second division. Fd Hooper I )'""lit lit titer nnil! Minnie/) ,\nnir\or, ICACH, rLA,
I make an accurate forecast al this hatches Success of late .I I Classifieds Pay Off I. ;
David I Smith the
defeated to gain
PRICES John Bodine and Bobby Moore I time as much wildlife data remains hatches will probably, make the I' _. .- ... .- -- ""'
Kcml finals, Hooper had a win over
brought In a nice catch of trout to be !gathered and many difference between a high: or aver.age .
1 Jeff Bower and Smith advanced
flounder and bass on Tuesday alter. unfoisecn factors may slip into the harvest. '
Shiell's Grocery noon of this week. The boys went out I Squirrel: The midsummer status :, IhroiiKn: default
---- Other second division ninlilusme
frcm Porter's Fish Camp Is good the fall population
( TI J. Shave, Jr, meeting
I 211 ATLANTIC AVE. I <:r I Cd'.dHoll: Dirk 111'0111'1"rHUK\
PHONE 261-9013: : Jerry Franklin and Beryl Rice Hank Bailey and Beryl 1 smoked acorn and other mast cinps With John nay; B.irnlnk end Steve Spence I Iversus Sure I'm Smiling. T'
belted triples In the game at Orlan- out doubles suitable hardwood) areas the miuir> JumesVebber, .

.-. -. eel can be expected to>> bold Itk I I" ,
Shave advanced to the qu.iitir'finals 1 r
under mrst conditions '
I thiouuh default, Cnlduell' wrnover

FERNANDINA BEACH I wide Dove Increase: A slight which overall Is reflected nation.In and Bib Barniak Asklni, by Bennett delaull by default I I My Mom Has New Appliances From Suburban

the two bird Increase In the dally In the third bracket Ham Ilnmll

"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN Ill.I bag Duck limit.: A small Increase In the Stone ton ,meets Jr? versus Den Frank Roberts 1 Lamhrlght, Hugh: I You'll Smile Too When You See How Easy It

breeding population may offset and Ken Forehand will play David ,
I' spotty Breeding conditions The fall Nuisbaumllamllion ; Is Them. ct, .Y
: Buying y'i
BEACHES" flight will depend on the summer defraud Ray I.andrcni. I

rains maintaining good water lev. Stone won over Tern Tllman nnil

Directory Furnished By these Merchants and Business Men leis)pn;areas, where the level was Forehand beat Nun I Hulicrls,

lowlRail Don Brown tourney eliiilrmiin,
I : Marsh hen population! Is urges (hit all players tuntnit the'Irnpponents

B E WISE.I Suburban"Porcelainize" good except for the sora rail which and arrange( time fur Ranges Water Heaters Refrigerators HeatersAnd
,how, considerable decline Gaul. the matches He also urged that all
T I IDE 5 Propane Gas Co. llnule seem to have had a success matches he played by Sunday ninth

SERVING ALL ful most hatch Florida and likes may be found on Boml-final.s at which lime play will enter the They Handle Their Own Financing With 12, 24 or 36

I "It looks like another Knocl'I III'BSCln '
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES It JETTIES YOUR NEEDS IN now'. Following completion of tin Month Easy Payment Plans
Aldrich said But all
LP GAS AND I I Kml-flnul round, winners! In the
LONGER THAN hunter knows, this I Is .
every a
Add so Minat" r. GAS APPLIANCES first two brackets 11\\ mid mud
ORDINARY WAX JOB 'I time and a great deal depends the winner will play the winner' of

r.naaelita Barbor 7 South 7th St. on weather conditions fioin the third brnekot for the chiiin|>- Besides That, You Just Can't Beat Their Service .
LASSERRE MOTOR Phone 2Al.IIIIU: now until fall We Just never Ienuhlp I

know until the summer I Is over Trophies will be awarded winners :

CO. BIGB LOW T. H. KIN I G I ind the hurricane season Is pint." i at the completion! of the. !tourney. I They Serve All Nassau County With Radio Dispatched Trucks

S. 8th Ste P. 261.381'
Friday, Aux. 7 a.m.PHOTO SHOPGoing ;; State Officer I Do YoU.KNOW ? I And Qualified Service And Delivery Men.

Fishing? 8:09 7:44:: 1).m p.m. 1:53 1:43:: p.m. Roll W.ddlnSIproe..tnJ I Enforcing Salt I II j,, THE FLORIDA TOURIST I''

Water Fish Laws
Part INDUSTRY 19 WORTH 21 Hours A Day) 7 South 7th St.
Saturday, AUI. 8 rUm ;1t1 el I 855,000,OOO AND 19
Visit U. For Appoagimenl I State Conservation Officer Jllhn PPROX7TIMES fe
8:37: a.m. 2:32: a.m. I Metered, Bottled Hulk Phone 261.3661
aaast.a ''
Complete Line or myS J, Brown this week advises residents HAN l ...
8:58: p.rn. 2:46: p.m .6:. o:a (gCITRiha t ...
Tackle who wish to avoid violation
Fishing ,:::. t:4. '= CUB Service Fernandlna Ueach, Flu.r .
Rods Reel Sunday, AUI. 9 I' of state silt water fishing laws. \INDUlTR't I .l/
that they must observe the closed I t
Outdoor "
Camp" I
"g I: .
Equipment 9:26: am. 3:20: a.m. Studios At 504 Aab St. Reasons which affect this area a* ----- ---- ...--. .
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I I Oyster, closed season from May '
FIR I EST 0 N E Monday, AUI 10 I1 to September 1: stone crabs, I, I I .

BEACH SUPPLY 10:14 4:07 Rowland 1 June 1 to October 11, and turtles, Y ,
: am. : n.m. ,
111 Allantle A,. Z11-4UJ 10:28 4:25 UPHOLSTERY 1 May I l to September 1. I
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p.m. p.m.
Brown furthur stated that Ihe
11 no YOU NEED stale law on minimum linKlhs fur )
Cj11 1[ Tuesday, Aug. NEW OVtRIoorn: : fiR UP" I
10 an salt water fish Is being rigidly enforced ,
11:018.m.: 4:52: a.m. rusiTLRE I and several arrests hive w-1.-
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EMERGENCY I 11:11: pm. 5:14: p.m. NEW Sr.fTR COVERS I resulted l )
Fox vole The minimum length for fish In'' 'A 'j
That Describes 'ednesday AUI 12 Ano I this aret Is: blue fish, 10 inches. i a

LIFE INSURANCE 11t7: a.m. 5:36: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES I pompano, 10 Inches: flounder, 111 r

11:53: pm. 6:02: p.m. \\e Pk: Up and Deliver inches: mackerel, 12 Inches and red SERVICE YOU .., YOU NAME IT,
In Action! fish or red bans, 12 Inches I
Thursday, AUI 13 Porter 6 Lovequid The limit on game fish, Brown I CAN COUNT ON L x WE DO IT .

See Your friend said, Is tarpon, 2 only In possession,
General Contrador.m I From filling 'er Our experienced,
6:20: a.m. can't buy or sell and striped band, I up to a expert
Need- 12:33: pm. 6:54: p.m. SPECIALTIES 6 only In possession can't buy orl I complete car check anti! DEPENDABLE! I SAFE, SURE! I mechanic* check your

The GULF LIFE MAN! WOODWORKING I i overhaul car thoroughly make
Friday, Aug. U PLASTIC SURFACING 1 sellFor further Information on saltwater nee UH for When It cornea to car For your mike I let u>< I repair right, at modpfote -

JAMES F. (Jim ) 12'7: am 7'07: I\m CUSTOM: BUILT: CABINETS fishing and laws, call John service fat and right. micing it puj'H tnme <> I put your tar's wheels! in root _

RYLANT 1:24: : : 7:47: : EITREMODE; '& BATH J Brown, 261.5378. I t -
: pm : p.m ; II I (' to UH. From minor perfect alignment, I

I I'. O. nOI 119 Complete Showroom I here repairs! to a complete Drive In
Slop I I
(Phone 261.3813 1'Ide1 Cou"" For Color Coordination EVERY TIME A I tf' o\'el'haul.Ve Reliable Service/ [tJ'

C... a o.odeUo 1one1 and Jtll for fastV .
Phone 261-3068 FOREST FIRE STRIKES All Woik (Cuuruntceil; -

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I I n-Leailor., rormmlma floacrt, Florida!( : Thurtilay' August 6, 1961 Page Nina
REPORTS r Ilhe world stems from my colleges
FROM WASHINGTONBy II \s when I majored In SpanlNh ., .. -

Rep. D. R. (Billy) !MatthewsMy FLORIDA facts I I end:: I when I studied! Sponish'Amrrl.can : : : 16e Airman J. A. Ryals

history to get background of t Member of Patrol
Recent Trip To Central and the preblems of thai area, I feel yYY
South America Hint the biggest, nerd of (rntral and ,q Squadron In Maine
During the Forth of July Recess, I I South American countries, and I
after pending several days In the w might| amid that it Is the biggest!: Brunswick Maine District.( I. along with Congressmen need we have In America, is for a Joseph A, Ryals, Airman, LSV, sun
Poage of Texas and Hagcn of sufficient number of honest, dull of Mr, and Mrs, A, J, Ryals ot
California. represented our Cam rated. citizens ho will serve their 412 Escambls: Street, is a crew
matte on Agriculture on a tour olteveral country faithfully and unselflsh'v 1 member of Patrol Squadron Ten
countries In Central and think It Is wrong to lump all of based at the Naval Air Station,

South America, to study the opcr.ttlons r.. (the nations to the South of us In one rah Brunswick Maine
ot Public Law 480, Thli law I pattern, end not to recognize/ tie Y r The squadron flies the Lockheed
\I'as originally passed In 19r. and I fact that t there 1 Is emerging I In many Neptune patrol Member In antisubmarine .
Hi purpose is to Increase the consumption of these notions: ( this 1 dedicated! core and merchant ship *ur.
of United States agrlcul- I of leadership I found hit( devcleip- velllanec missions over the North

tural commodities It foreign conn- meat to be mo*! promising Atlantic,
tries to Improve the foreign re- The next highest! need Is the r14JLta. It periodically serves i tour of
(aliens of the United Statci, and simple' pioitrcss that we have tnk. I duly with the Sixth licet In the
for othei purposes,, There four M Hlltei
are I en for granted here In the United dwy e, rancan
main Titles of the law, rJV "' I ..
States In the field of sanitation,

agricultural Title I concerns commodities the sale for of for.our FLORIDA HAS RAISED CATTLE LONGER crmmunltntlons and education We "Bedtime Story." n technicolor movie, starring Marion Pvt. C. C. Adams

elgn currencies: Title II provides THAN ANY OTHER STATE. PONCE DE LEON BROUGHT I did not of visit the any nations of the, butI'e glamor' Brando, 1 Pmel Mven and Shirley Jones may be seen at I Completes CourseAt
famine relief'and other assistancefor THE fIRST IN 1521 ON ONE OF HIS TRIPS SEARCHING and In the Hun Theatre Sunday & Monday, August 9 & 10.
did go to big cities, only Ft. Eustis Va.
our own people and for friendly FOR THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH -- ,
one of them could we drink the
foreign nations: Title III provides agricultural commodities, hinny tapI In the hotel In LaPaz, Richard W. Smith will study al'rlld'nnmlcs! mathematics Fort Euslis, Va AIITVCPvt > -
for food donations through voluntary ether workers are needed to provide The Sleek Herds.. ,Billvla, for example; there Is not physics, naval/ orientation, Charles C Adams son of
agencies to be made avail the tools and equipment for the fLORIDA'S GRAZING ON f'..M1,Yv, a diagram of (the sewerage!! svstem Attends Officer's n iv'Ig.it ion, i'nglnci ring Ic'adc'rshlp Mrs, Flcnnor S, SUivtin, Hilliard
able to friendly foreign nation IMPROVED PASTURES TODAY '
: and other subjects essential to be-
Is until II Is completed a sl.'wn.llel'k Ir3n pnr.
and TIUe IV authorizes the stimu. GET A : I The water supply pure School At Pensacola
', mlng an illieir/ j jI
This past t year' dollar exports of bnniihl through the water pipes, I c lotion supply and I ports course at
lallon and Increasing of the sale of .
for dollars Ion atriuiltiiial: commodities lilt a rce. THROUGH A FEED '" which are contaminated by sewer-' piiiHiieoiH! HI. I Hirsc; I 'pm" cenileliii| ( of the course the Army Transportation he'line 1,
agreements through, supply and or VI6 billion while shipments SUPPLEMENT MADE ., But Progress. Is being mode In Naval A\ hull n Ollliei\ ('lInlllI"h', Ill'I 111 bc uinmlHHinncil then at'I j I Fat t rust IB. Vu. July 20,

of United !states' agricultural! prod. FROM PHOSPHATE .* these areas, but there Is still much Richard Vt',, Smith, HIII nl Mr,, anil I hud further (Illght (mining at Pen-I ISIIl'IliI During the course Adams re.
Specifically I wanted to check :... y..r I
nets under Public Law 480 reached MINED IN THE STATE, ,;: I tu be deneI Mrs Ujnen Smith if Itiute 1, ,! ceased Instruction In mnlnulning
on these aspects of this law: ''II l lIs > 1y : :::: : : ,
stock and and
an all lime nigh record! of $15 I believe Unit one of the best \ulee. In ullimlng lie HUMSchool ----- records Issuing stir

effectively the program and to the administered best Inter. billion export market value, So, I ..; to. ways to help our neighbors to the I ( nl the' Naval Air 1 SlillmiPensac Cure lar lung lancer I log Aimy Trunsperlatlon Corpssupplies
believe that this program( Is to ....' Sleuth Is to try to get them IIKIlIprlfol'K ( 'ol iDuilni. .
rats of the United States tji our national Interest from the! stand for their' agricultural( com- hierlean I.U' 'KNOW, Out. Elmer: Unibnch The JOvcurolel solder entered
Should the liiwcik h'III\ln:
hw extended for
the point of giving opportunities fur mutinies, gneh us coffee banana must t be Can id is' first pharmacist the Army In Mnnli l4! and com.pleleel .
more than one year! , Shouldwe work, while there are many other and cocoa( that are nut In eeimpe- 11 bum his "lock In clgaiptu I basic; reinbal training ul
produce for export to foreign/ Interests' of nor milieu that are en.haneed title'n with ours In return we nll'lI111,1/ I unman who aupartlclpiilliiK $'!IHI worth Imruusc' according to I roil Jackson, S, C
nations under the provisions of by this law Bin,,ulcl be able to sell them more In tin'si pro n.reniH arc mlid) There Is mifrielent pradt I lie attended Itibuiill high( Selur)
Public Law4(0, or should we con. ... "
-- didlcatiel ,, lung In JuckscnvllkIS ,
We music a quick slip at Belize! nf our girds. for dull rB, servants they cause' emuer
tlnue In the future, as we have In
the past to use Public Law 480!1 in the British llomlmus, which ul has ruined c!of Ice trees In the vlcln to try to get them relocated 1111 The' political climate of our mlijihi I
only as a bJsis for getting rid of 'the present time Is a ptrt of the Ity, We wire particularly Impressed better agricultural: areas where they "'rs to the South must be con-
our agricultural surpluses, British Empire, but this little country with the work of an outfit of 1 can have more opportunities to clue'live to Investment of privateenterpnsp
How lar should we go In expanding Is loiklns forward to Its Inelepcndcnce American Scabces In helping build make a living In the Altlphno! area I 1 Again, progress( Is being
this program?, 1 in the mar failure, There dams near the vokanp to protect we visited an Agricultural! Fxperl- rmide and I believe that most 011 I FOB
arc only 100,000 people within this,, nearby cities from being flooded, I ment Station, made possible' by the nations where we visited there
Let me emphasize that, In my counlrv, and they are faced with From San Jose we made an over. American aid and1..' were Impressed .d'I rcallrution that Aml.'rlcanprh'nle
Public Law 480 has bunail was a
opinion ,, .
tremendous problems I was partlc.I with the research work
absolute necessity for the enlightened night stop at Guayaquil Ecuador enterprise' can do much fur
ularly Impressed It h what seemedto I that Is being done there to Improve 1 of the If
the development country
self.Interest of the \United I mill from Ihl''e'I'C went to LaPai
be tile honesty and sincere de. ,
agricultural opportunities .
I the country will guarantee a politleal
States, The Library of Congress In.
votlon to the the Bolivia where we stayed fur two
country on part Asuncion "
% From Bolivia, we went to climate that Is favorable for
form of
that 40 laboring
me our of Its leaders, Incidentally, the I days, While In LaPaz we visited ,
force have jobs because of Amerl. I Minister of Internal Affairs told me 1 Paraguay where we spent the''the risk of private capital We M 1 UI M' + Yll W 1b ..l'tn'j'nw"
'can agriculture Despite fewer peop.le portion of the Altlplano area night and next morning talked with have had some unfortunate experiences l
(that he had picked oranges!! In I Bolivia, which comprise a'i In some of these counties In timY"q ySt : (llp
on the farm producing agricultural officials of Government We called
Florida, and had made between I
14? of thit total of should
there mil. territory the past several year that
commodities\ are on President Estlgarrlbla the I
$15 and $20 a day He commented
but 2/3ids of Bolivia
who country pop.ulallun not be repeated
lion of other persons are that he made much more money President of the National Congress.
engaged/ In ,the transporting, the then than he did now, He also said lives there We went about and a half.dozen Members of the There Is still of course, In the
50 mile from LaPaz and much
processing/ and In the selling of I to me that one of the finest programs '' bleak and desolate land, The saw Indians Congress I Invited them to participate .' economic system of our neighbor!

/ that we could make available who live in this area depend for In the 400th Birthday Celebration to the houth, a tremendous clcav-
to citizens of the British Honduras there meager existence on prim. of St Augustine; and tried to I ore between the rich and the pour 1 .,
MY aPIli4
RUBBER was to enable them to come to hive agriculture based largely on make them a speech In my rather Tax relorms and other measuresare
American farms to do stoop labor sheep raising economy We visited insufficient Spanish, We had a very I needed to make possible theemergence I rj
and help in harvesting our perish. two schoolrooms, which were being Interesting talk with the Foreign of a strong middle class
STAMPSAny able agriculturil commodities It built with the help of Public Law Minister of Paraguay Dr, Raul The exploding/ population of the
is becoming more and more difficult 410! food Some local villagers contribute Sapena Pastor, After we finished I area and the rapid migration to the
Size visit with Dr. Pastor, we had a
to harvest agricultural our .
our perishable money, others work and get cities' present most difficult problems
side trip by plane, \\lll'reIe siw
commodities because of the
Any Shope food In return and without an ex- ,
the Iguana Falls from the Argentine
lack of labor for this particular tenlton, all of the people to whomwe I am convinced I that the Alliancefor I
'Inquire At side, These are some of the I
kind of work
talked seemed eager that their Progress' ( the Food) for PencePiogram
beautiful Falls In the world
From Belize, we went to San Jose children have a chance for more I which Is made possible by
NewsLeflderPhones !
Costa Rica, We spent a few hours education, These Indians of the and does although not equal the that lltw of perhaps Niagara, Public: : Law 480, and the I various j IF YOU j BUY SELL TRADE i t HIRE OR RENT
: :
I there, and went near the volcano, Aymara and Quechua races have' Falls, they wider, I Military and Economic Mission In I I ,
216-3688 2613687 Izusee, which has been constantly I Inhabited this area for centuries, appear the countries that I have visited,
crupling.for si mo, time mid .which. ., aii4 one of the big problems now la From P iriguav/ we wont to Porto I are proving their value and the Am-
j. _. n' .- -- -- ? ,- Alegre, Brazil, from there to Sulv __________
I adore, Brazil, and from there 10
Recife, Brazil! In these three port
cities of a country/ that, as you
i know, Is larger than the ('ontlnentalUnited I
Stales, we visited a fond'
distribution line where I asked the: : ,

recipients If they knew the sourceof
the food Two out of four that I
I i I asked said "the United Slntcs, but
the other two did nut knew, My In.
I llerpretcr told me however that COMMERCIALPRINTING

80 l of the people In this particular ,
distribution line were Illiterate, so
I I felt that adequateefforts wire '

I being made to acquiant the people
with the fact that the fund did
come from the United States, At
I Porto Alcgrc, BrazilI e visited
Cldmlc de Deus (the City of God
project i. which Is bused on the I

(granting of Public Liw 4110 sorghum .
.1 to be> used as a basic ingredient in I
the fold, mixture of the thickens' ,
bnd by the City's Inhabitant The
funds which are rculi/ed ,from the $ i ."-
l "PtI sale of chickens fed partly from
Public law 480 sorghum will be

f rcc i ii it are work used umlcrprivilipwl to of carry the City on the The and pliltanthn people alter here n.hibllilatcd pie'. Is A Specialty With Us '

It Is I hoped they can be
r moved Into productive wink Mere
i we asked several People If they
knew shy they could ittt! cheap
aor hum to be used for their cluck
i I elms, and witemt rxeiptlem I the ans
Vol'r'as., "I hI.' United Statc," Checl. your supply of Letterheads Envelopes, Business

/ Jrern Ilecllc. IIru1.IIlC went nut

; o4)v' I cane In the areas countryside and we to visited note the u iiiunr nettle Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you

I menu! called the "Vkle>rla vtilc.ment \ .

+ "', where mime Public law IIl'elle 41(1:( may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.
Wi 4 I hinds were' being used From
b N r
t\ f l we made an overnight Mop at the

Burbadw, British West Indies, and
4t 11i i came back to the United States by

rite ji ,! way of McDill Held In Tampa, If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

hjprMa6Lk' CONCILSIONS: :- : I believe the-
I law 4110!
under Public
are being administer efficle'ntly our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

and to the best Interests of the

Initid should States be extended I believe for tha inly law a fingertips of all printing produced in our plant.

year al a time, so we can keep
careful cheek on It. I elei not hi.

It's So House-Warming to Visit lleve we' should produce for export

under Public Law 480, but we Our printers toke pride in their; work and you are assuredof
should continue In the future, ai

r by Long DistanceWant we have In the past/ to use thii

particular program only al8 a neat, clean end accurate job.
basis for getting rid of our aurl
cultural surpluses and I fee) that
to share Congratulate? Make plans? Just chat? Then pick up we should take great care In expanding .
this program, despite the
your phone and call Long Distance For keeping families closer, amount of gHl that I heel 1 that PHONE

It doo, We have a limitation on
nothing tops house-tohousc talk often. our own resources, and we mint 261-3686

never bcceime so Involved with
Southern ...11fj Public Law 4PO, or any other program
/ that we cannot make neeesuary 261.3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER
..(rrwfu .dtAt,.> changes or restrictions if
the self Interest of bur country
; demands It,
f be sure your telephone voice is I
really you.., I I realuc (hit It's very difficult, to

by speaking directly into your telephone I formulate a set of opinion about
\ the problems of Central and South
S America My Interest In this part of ,

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i ew .7Mi ','Fernandina, Beech: Fiorina, Tritfrsaajr, J\l1tn"t 8, ttiny ..._.. m --- .._._ ----

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Of! Iflfetcr( System? I !

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Pct hDprlAg\ (tamers may noy\ ob-
loin Ipans from the Farmers HqmeAdministration
develop the wa
of resources\ they need, accordlri L: ,dr.
(4 Rat T, \punter\ I the agency's" It ..,. """ .. ,...... .... w ..".,.- il ilF
cal county I\lPc\ vIRor. .i..' ..-,. Irli
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Recent legislation has broadened 7 .
this crcd't'! aid ladivlc( tie t, OUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 8TH ,, ,

farmers and rural resident wit .. .
100 Extra Stamps WINNJ>I I T0 fc IKO IIjiE'rlit ll iEiEhl! 0 5
w acf( prpb>irm can earn up t ?

obtain\ supply a Innn for and sr-nrln distributing n. KWvatep 'the* Swift Premuim ;cEHiajiEiijaE: !iiiEiiEEiiliylitjil.! : :!jii ii! EjiEFE '!! !! : !! ':

water Hunter(\0 said thflr farms and b.mFe. / CANNED finest Beef Cold Anywhere 'natrD.atanatntrIaDnDlalnl{ ,rDtandu: : :, twi L : ;:nr. :al'

'The construction' of modes. HAM 39t SUNNYLAND I
'.wator, supply systems make rura SIRLOIN OR BONELESS/ ROUND '
communities more attractive( en Wieners 12-01. DKG 29 ;
ctwraica! the growth of rural Industries LB' ,
and," aids Hunter In rural added area dcvelopmcnt ; t- .4 CAN $2.98 lea k L6. 8 8 I. REG 39t PALMETTO FARMS j jY' I

He laid approximately 266 of the /wsr' oi" >:J illJ1l Wi"1f I Cole Slaw PKG. 29,:
slates rural ccnununltlct' with t v, ., ';)+ BONELESS ROUND 1IH.r
population of over 100 do not haw I)4, y 1"R""" SLICED AMERICAN

water sjitemi. / ;", t All cuts of W.D Brand Beef Roast. 8 81.
An association loan for water &;j''Y'1kft'p't'C I" L '\ A ore close trimmed of bone Cheese 12'oz.: PKG. .491-
development or loll conservation' !\ : Ijj \4 I; and (tot before weighing' and
purposes may be made for amuck l'fIjJ packaging You get more GROUND
at (100000000, If the fund YELLOW SOLIDS t& (leon, tender beef per pound
are supplied by a private laude ot your friendly Wlnn Dixie. MORTON BEEF, CHICKEN OR TURKEY
and Insured by the Farmers Home fi Beef 5-L8 $195
Administration, or up to SMa 000. J\1ARGARINE 1\ t
5 : 1
00, If made\ by(from the direct Congress.funds appropriated Pot Pk9s;
The Inlercst rate on a' dlrec JII :r'I'fIt1": """" .-. .............,.. WESTPEAK CUP PAK WHOLE STRAW ,
loan Is 4'A, percent! The Intercs'! t ''l' -- 1

rate may.not on exceed Insured S loana percent van's' Ixtani.re bu,.' \+ ;\ L3. I 0? GRADE "Arr QUICK-FROZEN: Berries. 3 ii.LIBBY .

.. scheduled for repayment( oxc\: v ., REG. OR PINK LEMON'fYi -
a period up to 40 years. AS ,
Water development and toll cop W-D BRAND Ade 9s99/
ifrvatlon loans may bi usad t LIMIT 2 LBS PLEASE / . : "
flflnnce" water reservoirs ruxawater : { t PATIO MEXICAN ,
supply, distribulloOj syt/cwr f
PVimps. pump p'r.nti; pipcMpcs,\ foII.\ lJnn11 BAKING Dinners. E/6 59
,, other\ facilities: for an tldayugg' "" .
:: sate aystem
7 "Associations applying tgf loan' e"Y REGULAR 39 A LB '
,, ott tala and pay for the tpchnlM\ a
help they need, but Farme a Homt
.. Ajdmlnlstrctlcn engineers+ ylll age .,, yb1 rr ,
.' tit proposed lmpr vcmfnts VK a e r',, 9111 tllA Hens e, CREAM. PIES MAWS
: sound,, and that cost estimates vxplM A GRADE "
art completed.' After; a !loaf -
1 Ig ma ,e, tae qeI:, y per odJMAj/ { I1F
.. Inspects progress to see that t uadi( ALL
:aJlied: \ u agreed upon and\ Otto
:'ctjiutrictlon meets ippruvcd) stand FLAVORS
: 1 ''Bfds.An. IN LGE, tCream
: organization) desiring to, cb. Ma
: ,., !tln! an assoclatlpn loan or Indjvt(
.. duals I1 uitereited In !Joining an asap
: cjatloo' loll the purpose o( obtain Pies
r .-l.g. a loan may contact I Pat 1 1
: rumen r "
Hunger Admlnliiratlon rt. D
'P. 0. fc\tx 43: Lai* City, Florida.

/ The bg: money producer In Bell,, LB. M > t3 For
: ;pad la shrimp, says t.c!: Stall Ttf.auof (
.. .Cpnaet'vatl n, worth( a,ui4{ $l'..
t::: .. million a, year to, flcrld"iDleUKcBCO ,-*. '. wp _YaA ;
: ; I U DDL gUAUOite. 't.t UlpSSj .
creativity; It Is not unreasoniblijlft. r "WSVMB ti'lysrarrlra :a

cpnslHde( that, If preayvlty h\
\f. .. la all I ages arisen nl'the I face o'' rr\i
,,1 i>' opposition, It represents a rathe fMiA i
f; ]fundaments! and powerful humn

'i.. characteristic"Santa Rosa ( =) Herald Dale Slpe WELL I
I : //HOUS* tEDt
\\ I Florida srofucd Is an cxccllm! I sourH. Miracle
.. source \Ie calcium pli s:>hnrus, cup' w"2 I I ,. : UUDDRESSINt ,
per, sulphur Iron and Iodine 1m allrl I I 1 e*,*. *
IL: portent fir healthy! huimnsicfof ''cur 1 usw1l ;
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Save U< -. I-Lb. CanJ Save 18< l-Lb. Can | Save 11* Giant Box Save 8e. ,Twin Pack { Big 12-oz. No Deposit J Save lOt Quart :! Save 10* Quart '

.\ c..v. Ymir"' Dnclni nl Mtillntlelml ,".. 69f i 15.9t 148 i 119'I 15 I 12.6 a9J 49
YUIll, 'I.n.ol M..h.ol A....NNMrlr..inimii,. ,, uN ,luFonds ; !: I s.sl.il
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I ;f. .t fit COTLANDYAADa: 01 !I\ ,it) l \ I,II I 4 I' ( ,NewfosyOoedCan, : : I l -,.,r>.IJ- quta II o.ty, btndf: .Ol"'pIr't/' ; a"Quality; ..l nd ..:tc..1.... 1 n j,;; ,'j5j.I. fj Beak wklD'A'...ff' .rtV&Peaehes S ; : ReiIi tote r :. so tJ..l. .Ikkr: ; ;\ \ "!*Sovt" Every. .!Day' '
: .. =1 a ICH p44.TA1N'tv'inleMNOw'i.6F bLIW'LQAP IIOL.O..40.oko'f r ," :r( \;SAV6h4dE: 'fs... I I P'.i"'I't". ,,I'Hj; 1 1I
,I'!' Sir Bernard SpiUbury 01( London ., EX..g" LUNCHEON MEAT 6.0%. pkg.29 .
I .. .. iljr'l. .
ipoiled many an otherwise w" *"''OWIL'CIO. \ :
I}: perfect crime. As pathologist /J.'Jl..('..GREEN h.' __STAMPS"" ,"u BAKED TI I'1CNIC . 5-0%. pkg: 49 r j '1 ,
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.. ipccialirmg in criminal caiei 00 "T' WITX > .
I.\ Sir Bernard wa known for 'I' 'ONI PKG many yean at "The 1 Scalpel of Steak 89 STAMP* TH .IORaiA' IRAND SAVE St eo. THRIFTY MAID 3tt. rMoiko' or\wt. f' ., .t'
Scoilumlarj". ]lln skill with SAUSAGE >I. . Ib 59* 1 { .
./. OOOD THRU Auauir CTH .. 1303 $
the scalpel allied with his pami- fffRA.TAMr1 WITH OII.'D :
taking care and uncanny pnlgI uunnWINNflnl, (SONI COTTAGE CHEESE 2-lb. cup 5S< Peas 8 $1 1 'f" s.TANr.
I went in making pominnrti :.=- -- .ANr. Palmetto Farms SALADSGREENJiTAMPS Cons ., 1P'ewrtN
txainiuuliunii lent many ninrkrcr -
I, ( to the Kallows.. EXTRA SAVE 3.5/6t EA HI.C FRUIT FLAVORED :
A nun or wnnnn dice suddenly I EXTRA. ,
.' with no 1g11:| of' Injury I ot 0 d ( GREEN STAMPS 7iii GREEN STAMPS
his body. \\im thin a n:auralI. ; ., .'..'0''.w./WNR MOMYr Drinks 3 46.0x. 89
j j' (Ifalh? Autopae: frequently. i I t i> MamiADCDTAtTCO'. it* ".00 WO"TN or Cons ;
P Incline .
', un.u.pretel.I"jurie.| ur .0 alj Perch 99oooo < CandY ('
the prcKUue of poison us the
likely cause of death Sudden, J,,';.d.:: THRU AuoutT ITM GOOD TH'U Auwe"N THRIFTY MAID SAVE it EA.
kilh cU."fifd at due to natural a/

Otter aniupiy cause is as often re,ultini recluoidec"| (trout) _- AT ANY WINK OInI Af ANY: NxII 6g Catsup 2"::- 25x h# TEXTR

injury I canned injury:. by a of blunt the:: forceBiuiittorce nlxlo-' : I EXTRA JUMBO NO.-27 SIZE'VfNft! RI.t STE 1 'I 'J'Jr4'Jl.
J Y /
men can canoe a rnptnrtd internal dX GREEN
organ and death Iw.N,,.nw.ro STAMI N.wNr wM(, SAVE 4a EA HUDSON JUMBO ''' t. '.
Penetrating Injuries winch do 1- Two Ana., POUR No 11 ON C''an t a I 4' .FQa $1
,.not resent obvious marks on 1 1 RING not BAY LIGHT. MIAT T I 25 oupresk
:, the body I are aNo nrlv( comniun rUn Onion Rtn.s 2/78- Tuna 4/'l00 owe s ROLL I.
A stab wound nf tin head '''' OOOO THRU ...".. ITN 0000 TNRD .....'ITNALNYWNN.1.N FANCY RED':RIPE FREEST NE :
mule l slender
by iiistruiiient .
\ !0 a
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: : such a* an Ice pick ir a thinbladid AT ANrWNNgell REG \\9f DIXIE DARLING OLD FASHIONED : 1 ,

I I Jhe imtnule knife, and may, may hired he lillle UIIMM'fxctfil mi- Pcaehes..3 I ltfsd 4 9
., unless the inli'nor of the EXTRA EXREETRAS Bread 2 ws 33x I.r4'J
.. kull is examined. A winimlniaile I ( G .
rr.xGREEN.w S.W
: by snull bullet also ,. _
a can a 'tR twnv'N. STALKS ,
unimticeil A bullet
pas ionictmiii II TwoOODYsons' lIK as osrr REG. 33 DIXIE, DARLING CINNAMONPIt"II'Tbti Y
enters the body through OOOO t
.' one of the natural openings and, ( Corny Doffs 2/118 Fam. Creraes 49'
: does not t produce Injuries on the GOOD."UAuOu"'rN '. CTM Buns 29 Celery 2 STALtcS.3.91
virficr A perton may "fill, or i :; ;:: Ooog THRU AUIUIT !:8 TQ PKG. ,:
.......,'strike Inn held, on a hoc) sur.I AuxrwlNN.lar /a AnwrwlNNasr 71 I, .. / .
face caution,, lumnrrhiue '''! :! :'':' :!! ::
in the ; imIm;! gpJmmnm
IHj; ; ]
brain rcMiltiiiK,, in ilrith Chests I ui sAV
I. injuries due to mulling do not ';'

10 .I::i.R ........suited closed puinber recoRnire always.nHUspcclc.l'.The i l nucnlior from only present of that.i.lIh'llIi.:injury hy injury nf|a I plincil nurei'i-th:d'<'can ath tiny'I.I Miii ailur*las,lie I,,tine HIKII"cause:! *dm-the re-to to. The Smart Place Tu (lo. .. flor flood Things To Eal :it II

1 inequilu'H in insurance settlements
t. ., ..?, inahlity: to prosecute ... i1WiHg/; ; II.,,R.+:iiiHuilllli! !
.' (*- -*murderand* ,! Inaccuracies

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GRAPES 25c QUART. You pick. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE with an empty pocketbook.'

WANT AD RATES I Weektnda only. W. J. Lehman MISCELLANEOUSNOTICE Don't doze off lifi'i Highway! We an't eliminate poverty
I 54! Tlfl!: CIRCt'IT cnnt? N,. AND IV TUB: FiSts FT Cnl'IIT. FIII'IITHI -
49 per wonf .15 snlnlmnm Amelia' City 2614M9. tf< .nil NAAuu cocw'rv FLORIDA I I JlllirlAL" (IRCIIT OF rf.01 without eliminating Indlvldunl' ef.
NO. tO4IlERNAvIinNA IDA IV AND ION NASSAU CUV.' fort faith and the I .
Card of Thank. MR IUU
M 4 e 1-fm.cu mo..tia'uuy. \ console!, excellent WASHING: MACHINE 5)EvFLOPMF.WVcsMPANO : I 11. IV Cl5kCn'sV' ,
and Similar' NMCM ) Hut Ida corporation, .t Case No. tool SilVinhoNFI5IPSAN. spirit that built and made
condition. Call repairs Call after 7,30: p.m. tCl a
si.. J 1 NATIONAL' MORTOAGI! Ill's': nation great. Our foet'atficrsknew
U word |1.M minImum' 261.3600.ASp
per .
7.30: '.m. 223-5294. Call during Plslnllffi I ASSOCIATION: a rorporstlon orgailied .
but !
Cal 261-3688 or 261.. 687 day at Billiard 845-3853. tic under an Art ol Coner.aS I po\crty they ovcrcamaIt.
210 ATLANTIC: AVENUE, lot sine37I WAK'D KIILDERS rvc. er at I enUIInf parsoNs to the Federal Ni. They set their sight on free
or place ad af office Drfrndsnlt. UO.II Mor...... AII..I.Unn ('hanSelAol. dom and opportunity and over.
x 100. Liberal terms; Six rew. ROOM AND: BOARD $17.30 NOTICE OF stir hsolon II. prlrlpui: olf/o. In the ,
511 Aah Street Idental lots in Atlantic Highlands week 3M Cedar Street. Shit THE STATE OF FLORIDA ('lIv 0' Wsahittilou. ttislniot 01 Col. r'V1' tatotiI came all obstacles to achlqve: sue.rm. .
:------ To: John A Kelly I aintbls0 : I Colt pride In the Shot that
each let 134 x 136's. Some terms;; workers welcome: Holiday. Motef Plaintiff' IL pit-sooiid! of II4W I crossed the

FOR By owner. Mlzell 200 Law Ex. V, A. Route U ffveaoS W. my treat grandfather
| hor.FR n, lunn'v and GLORIAM. iratt.ntJci .
change Bldg, Jacksonville Fla Post Oftlrt ,lion 297Atheirs MADDEN! his wife. ((4 nation In a prairie schooner
took the risks becauSe: he had
Telephone 353-2823. D Kelly Defendants I ,
ASSUME PAYMENTS OF W'! 4t AG 13, 20 27( LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Holiday Motel AFFIDAVIT IOR rnVfcTHHTI\l I faith and courage and believedthat
Dodge. Bucket sents powf r: help with ;your diink 1 U. S Rouit 11 Bv.',.. I SPRUCESTATE "Gad helps! those 'who help

steering. Rill. 2614630. I 5 ROOM) HOUSE furnished Includ. log problem. Write Box sail: Athens Post Office, Tennesset But 201 COUNTY 01'OF ILOR1DA DUVAL themselves.: The tria'."'dud trlb.

J30, Mp| lug washer. Or unfurnished. Come City; or Phone Jax. El 6-77JC' You art hereby notified that a nil Before me ptrsonnllv apneareStephen1 ulatlnns ho faced were his own hedldn't
__ I Ctratford., who being by nil
__ has been filed agtlnst you Wan I
23 FOOT BOAT by and see Good deal to reliable Builders Inn a t.torgla corporation: tint duly sworn, deposes and ama: : look to Wahlngtrn'"for help )
MARINE engine: I rLOOB SANDING and rvfmlsliIng. 1 That affiant Is nf counsel I for ,
party. Bill Parker 409 So. 6th Clarence E. Ward and Amandi" 33 ft. shrimp net. 85000. EV8 Floor til*. Paul E. 811I11011OL nldlnt Ward, his wife; All.slatHomes plalnllff Federal Nutlonul Mnrtgag: own battles stand on hls-own feet
St. tie Association
0880. I Inc. a Florida corporationand :
A6clO ( Phone tie M H. Hammond and Merits T.Hamm'r.f. 2 boat dlllnent tetrch and. Inqulf and meet the future rn ISis own.
CITIZENS BAND RADIO complcU his w"". In the above tn I have been made to discover the rTe was an Amrrlcan'expandln,.
bedroom titled cause, and that you art required Dames and residences' of the defem
homes complete for living. Tile base station and mobile Johnson HELP WANTEDWANTED I In, file ysuranIwers.ith the Clerk of sole, Boner II l idilen' airl illort html. sphere of his nation's'tnnuenrc.
4 Excellent II M, Hud-li-n. his wife, and that It'ssam welfare .
bath oak Messenger sets of crystals. this Court and to serve a copy thereof opening new territory for the
floors etc. Write for t forth In this
esr.sr swor
I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attomejs I
free folder. Quality Homes, P.O. condition. Call 261.3600.AOp 1 upon, whose name and address I a statement as particularly as It knot and benefit! of all.. .4C t I

Box 68 Occanway, Jacksonville SALESMAN with life Insurance Jennings Watts. Clarke and Ham to affiant, I Yes, I know the world Has chan(.{
ton 1200 Burnett National Hank Hulldlirf. 3 That tht aget nf the defrndinti.
18, Florida. Call collect 764.4070.J30. TWO NEW 1963 GAS RANGES. 30( I experience, age to 48, for Jacksonville t. Florida not late Roger II. Hitdden and i.lnrla M, Hat ed. Things are different .today Men

A6.13.20i debit work In Fernandtna Beach than Au u.t 20. IOS4 If you fall to do< den Ms wile, as particularly at I I. are poverty stricken through no
Inch all modern features. Dras.tlcally
Salary and commission. See Mr. so a decree pro confesso will be 10'tend known to af.'larrt Is: Unknown
I Im.nrl..d .. fault of their own but let's help
reduced for quick sale against. you for the relief I de 4. That tht rc.I".n of Hie '
SWAP FALCON FOR boat, motor show. Jackson 137 E. Forsyth St.. 4th. In the complaint This suit I in snls Roger II. Madden and llorl. them lo help themselves, maintain
See at Suburban
and trailer or acll. 5(15( So. Fletchcr Propane floor Jacksonville Fla. Elgin tn quiet and remove certain cloud M Haduen his wife, .. pirtlculart their self respect and dignity and
room. J30 from the title of the plaintiffs In mod ae It knnvn to affiant Is': UnknowiMAHON .
Ave. Phone 2615878. ire. 4-4073. ASP| | to the following described property; '" Ji STHATFOHD"i revive In their hearts flip: fnlth and
-- _. -I BY DAY OR WEEK. Scotty Trail. I located 'In the Civ of ...n.ndln. htepbrn tilritfrdSiephes courage that their {orrfathtrs
CAREER OPPORTUNITY Fernan Beach County of Nassau Florida' Stratford
er, sleeps 6, call 2613928. A'l 1 nf those pieces or parrels nf I. HIS Bnvmnr,, HlillrilngJirksonvllle. knew.
ABc dlna Beach area age 24 40. toni sltu.ile, lying and bring;; in MoriiluAttorneys -- -- -

Look at our 1964 married high school graduate. !Section Fifteen III), Section Sixteen : for Plnliitlff
(III, Certlon' Seventeen fin) Sworn to and auhsrribed, bclure m.
Pontlaca and Bultks COSCO ""FASHION: FOLD", king.!! Good health. Training salary and Section Nineteen (fig), Township thin Hth diy ft .uly,

size card table. Four steel frame $10230 per week. Life Insurance, Three 131 North. Range. AD 1'iei Looking/
Also, used 1961 Mercury I' chairs Tulflex Mocha. I disability benefits and retire. Twentvnlne (id) East. lying and i*' Irma Hitler I
padded. being EAST of the following described Notary Public Shots of Florida at
1961 Chevrolet 1963 Oldsmobile Used twice. Half price. 261-3784 rnenl. Hospltallzatlon and mslo: line1: for a paint of reference L iiiyeMv flanda/ Tntfie Safely CouncJ

A6c medical for family. Contact Mr. stnrt at the Intersection of 10-60 Commission expires: Mnr 20 _. I FOR A" "';
of !Section --- -- -- ---- --- -
the Easterly boundary line --
Harper Pontiac Buick I Parnell 4716] Brcntwoud! Ave.. I 14 nf Township 3 North. 4t J21, :30(/, A.e. II :

1953 CHEVROLET PICK-UP with Jaiksom, Fla AC|, II mm W s>-t, and the Southerly ..-.- Too Laf Cuba China or Rus.ls.WhY' USED CAR
923 So. 8th. St. I rlRht.of way lint;' of At'nnllc Avenue NOTICtTIN
I over eizcd tires. Can be used alI t'ntt'e continue Nnrttv S3 dO. PUBLIC should they when *e ar. .

Fernandina beach buggy. 201-5091)) J'3Op greet IB' West along the .aid'.. To willing to sell to Russia, Bulgaria r
Beech, Fla. rl-.ofwsv line nf Atlantic TUP CIRCUIT COURT, "OIIITHU'DI'UL ClassifyBY "'
261.4107SURFBOARDS I SACRIFICE' 16 FT.FIBEMLASS WANTEDLOOKING Southerly Avenue a distance of 412 M CIHCt'lT OF tLORI04IN Yugoslavia and a law others and ? ? ? ?

feel to a point; thence continue ANn loll' NASSAU tOL'NTl' maintain the United Nations wk*

outboard boat. complete with 40 North M degrees S' West along IN lHA".. MM RUSSELL KAY them anybody el*. help or not. -
hp. Johnson Motor Seminole FOR oceanfrcnt home In mitts l Southerly' riislt.nt.wuS I line
rf Atlpnilr Aveno.a"intosrlflf tbe surrrsinr by mei They It'll ua that we must eliminate SPORTS CAR
I Fernandlna Beach. Two bedrooms Maybe I'm old fashioned, but
Trailer and accessories. Smart gel N FOlt ENSEN.
FOR SALE. For I bile S feet In the point of beginning :I. I.'TrNC, poverty because it breeds!
rig, only 3 years old best offer. 1 and dining room a necessity. Will nf the lint herein described' 'L Plaintiff.pen Prwlclont. Johnson'i "Flirtit Pov.erty" 1962 AUSTIN IIEALEYMKII

Information call 2C1.5fi98 or set See anytime at 802 H No. Fletch. consider lot to build. Box 2W3Rnmscn I sCenes continue South <.S degrees lion ".. campaign doesn't make a Cbmmunlam but If you Will tails ,, a
of I,SM I fret
at Moore's Grocery. J23, 30, A6p) er. Directly behind 830 No. N. J. AVe t it I? a West pointtHence a:distance continue minis miNis L. KRi.tm and ANNIB |M, bit more sense than our IOIIM pro the trouble to check the record Sprite' Roadster '

Fletcher. tic 3 Sr free. 51' West a r'intune.l "f KEI.I.KR, Ill wife gram of "Forclun Aid." It appeals] you will find that the traitors Wild Efxtra $109STATION
SERVICE STATION) I I nil S feet to a point: thence continue : OP Defenilants.NOTICE stir to me an JUKI, annlhcr rand and have sold this country dtaw UM ...
S 48' Eist adlt -
mile Ruth .
M north of Callahan Inter degrees
MUST LEAVE IMMEDIATELY, LOSTLOST I urea of sea (ID feet 1" tre Southwest TINY WATH HI ail>A TOtBIVR glorious rat hulo In which tit pour river were nut poverty stricken WAGON
section. On U.S. 1r 301. fhini
First $503.00 takes It. Pick up c"rner'fe-H Section l'; L. KEI.I.KR':andANNIP. wife the Utpnyeri money with tulle Individuals but well-to-do well
M hi.
261-5651. J30.A6.13.20( payments. 3 bedrooms! 2 baths I it.eocoeuntinni West a distance l' uth nf t 1S W degreesM' feet WASIIINt.TOV: KKULRR II C. hope of accompllHhlnii any Ix-ne- educated scientists, college pro. 1962 FORD! 6 I'OtSSnI,

1 WORLD BOO tenchlng machine Den! etc. La-ge: Lot. Finest sec BLACK AND WHITE male! I In the Southwest corner of Section eO MR*. IIA7iL MATIII1 fit. I feHKors and top flight oxerullvM. Factory Air (.olhilitilln&,
ItOt TK: I, ll<)\ lob
; 1 ladles blene( coat. sire hun Fcnumllna. Call 2014191.A6 V'-'kr 1 I lr p-" ".") w""'-" '"' I Fist It: Tiwnsblp, thefrft rontlitue 3 *''tis.South R "*9 do.ftrees :W.. Illl.HARD. rl.OKIDA.You While I must admit It U I a won. I We came out <>f World War II Heater, Stundard) Trana

14 1 lined male Walker In Nassau County.; 22' West a distinct of, I 020.en and euth. of V"U are hereby earth rlve V-8
; boys pile car-coat 1-4'ried list a suit has been filed igainst nVrful program to prrsrnt In a the moot powprful salient on Over

size 14; 1 boys zip-lined top coat. m'19 6 3 GAS refrigerator il ,."11.. C.U m Ii....., u-Jw.wtf WFcrnandina South to 2S I decree's S Int: 14'Ihrn"East f a nllnneI dim.I I you In th euhnveeo t ittrd cauii political jcur, It allll doexn't ring /and since then hiive sol back and One Owner .$1595

size 14. Phone 2G1-4235. I onenofOti"5 feet It a tnt on coil tout you sr* herebv required I' catch
2613733. enemies
p any bciin: as far as I am concern. waited fur our to
2.door 11 ft. automatic defrcster. Ml: nh f-e Clerk of
cu. 2t AO, 13.! the Southerly boundary lint of eours.noers 1962 FORD 9 PASS.:
3t J30A6,13i Was Sale ", IS the Circuit Court and to serve a cop cd. III,. We !let Russia sneak In and

45993. price I I w'N"::: ; o'i:: hand and tht real ondlnj thereof upoi," the Hiulntllf or Piuutiffs "' For Jtrnt about on lunK a* I rim take over Cuba within \M miles otiur Country Si-dan, V-8, Ita4l,
35995. See at Suburban Propane Attorney, whose name inS ad.
potS Court at Fen
NICE LARGE LOTS for sale. and while said heater Automatic-Trans
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showroom, 7 So. 7th St. I i't"rt't'I ,, this I loth day of Ju'y, 1" Good teima. One quarter mill AGe CLASSIFIED (COURT SEAT.s) / D 0 OXLEY II 1. MAI.LAllnrnrv of dollars oversonn |to slup "Naimlily( naughty" when they letup mission, One
for PluliulffII South of Five Points AmeliaRd. n 0 Ovlev r'erk' .
on North missile bane, we failed to follow
DISPLAYFOR of the Circuit C"url Kourlh Street the cemmunlsti and make frlendH/ ,

Call 281-6421 tic ,I Ily 11 Sam Joyce Davit Fornandlna BeacS' Florida: for America. Our Slate Departmrnt up with rigid Inspection and Owner.COMPACTS -
FOR RENT Deputy Clerk not later than the ,I"rnd.o" "f. At : don't know today what the altuutlun .
SEE THE 'NEW'SANDY KOUFA"x It lsfaa.somodA'I gust, IBM If you fill tx U'lli us we dust dare slop wo ;
.... Pro Confesso will he entered igalnrt really Is. ,
will lose the roM
"" or we war, '
no prop, no gears, pure thrust, pus for the rellif demandein 1903: CIlEVKOrETf(

velocity] jet oulb'.ard engine. DOWNSTAIRS FUR N IS II ED SALE PUBLIC I NOTICE I said Complnlnt. The nnture rf s.Id l Wo haven't Rut half as many We don't have to worry 'bcsttIle I l'OUVAIH)
I lilt :"....In.u.. on the 01.! frlrmh in the world lodny! ai v e communists starting a ahoot'
Rum In 2 Inches of water 6 hours APARTMENT. Phone NOTfF. TO FOP IllToit5 Inwlnit' :r..rtl"' property sllunte: lithe 4-Dorr lfI1ZII..Auto.TrltnMO:1e .
per gallon. Only 11995. Dealer < YCLEE3Brdrocm rl.ORIf STATUTES C'ltirriv" or N.i..ju and blate 01 hud wilts wo Klartrd .the program log war. Why'ihould they when I

Inquiries Invited. Phone 261-5061 IV: TUB tOSS OK THE ('III NTY Flnrld i, t..... It: and an fir an our alllc Blicklnilwllll they are winning hands down by : .
: ;; House IIIH.R:, NASMAI'' ('Oll"'T'WK." South Fight: mi feet of Subdivision $1995
Masonry Is cmirrriied at draining our Owner
or Write Box 236, Fcrnandlni FOR RENT, CLEAN well-cqulppec IDA. IN PRAIIATE I "0' <>f but 5 and' the Northlortytwn us France, Kinmlng( / away us, _

Beach Fla. furnished apartment. Suitable for large Lot Concrete Drive In rei Fslate ofIrtle (lilt i foil nf Ljbdlvl- I Britain, Canada and a few olheri riHiMircfs; sapping our economy I 1902 1 FALCON

couple cnly. On beach, year round Patio. Hardwood a M ,. Catsadv Deceased I r Inn T" nf I.-.l U. all 'In UlmkT | dLI/'t we any harm In ictllnK, to /anil waiting for ua to wake up
To All Creditors and Person llavlnitlalmt ..'o Hundred r-u-teen ((2141,, an _. 4-Uoor Sedan
$20000 down, $57 month buys masonary 235 So. Fletcher. --- -- -- ---- I
rate Garage
floors, central hat, fenced er Demands Against S.ilcYou e hswnh'n the official ,plul:' of Ih.
three bcdrocm home 2t A6 13: 1.1.101 City nf Fernanillnn: as Itthi.grnph-' One Owner, 1tt_
i back yard. and each of you u'. her.byn'.III.d e1 nHH l..ued hv tie Florlrin; n"llroid Standard Trnns.. :$ l IV5I9
tn Cotripiiny: In I l'vb and' > I
01'Qulrc" present any
John T. Frrrclra! A Son 3 BEDROOM COTTAGE furnished. ZC1-3571 clnlms, and demands, whlih vou meither ed revlwd nnr'' rel'.BUcrl U' Id 7 !) 1 I'AM'ON( CONVT.
2105 So. Fletcher. Year round I nd Mil by Hie I lorl.la ImaVYITOrSl'my :
log AUntie A... Phone SAI-SS7I of you mny hood nuninKt the
Call 2613228. After August I, John T. Frrrrlra Ik Son estate of Blrtle M.ie ,, dices I h"Ini'and.! nfflcliil, oral. Kndio llcnter[ ,
= : c'i I, hue, of suid, C luntv. I to II''. C >un. : Now. -:
ri KXALUM' CUSTOM MADE Call 3-443r., Waycrcss. I ty Judge of Nussnu County. flnrldaHI of coil C."", in the: ri'v if, >."n"n' Auto. Trunn. i

Venetian blinds measured am 4t JJO, A .13.20e J his office In Hit t-oiiit, I soaeuf I dish Meat, N 'e' MI C"O'l\y. I lurldutn One Ow ner$1995
auld Heaih 2filh day of July, A I). "l'i Fernnndlna
Installed. Wide range! nf color, riorldn' County, within sl. calen-lnr much ,. I (SEAL <*/ I n O OYI.IY!:
'PORtER lOVEQUISf Color Clerk of Hie, Circuit C urt ofVansiiM
as from the time of the first puhllcutlun
Center. Phone M1-.10T, tf. week cr month. Reasonable of this notlit, Two copies' of each; I (' 1,1,ty, "I..I id FASTER SERVICE! AND,! &**'
rates. Call 2614320. ito VWCHARLES claim or demur. shall he In writing '
t i' *
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-- and shall state the; plait nf residence A..t''"II 00 for I"In' ---

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FOR SALE BY OWNER formation Call W. I. McCranlc I M. COOPmR: I, ClalfAant" hit by agent a fllln'l or iltorntv fet of andaccotnpanled ondollar 41' / 1t::,. At.IUO ; REASONABLE' PRICK .

26J-464J. tic ol mil \ NOTICI ;
AtCooper's SId such clal-n dtmand PURLIC
I to filed shall be voids ,
SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE / / Donald L. LairlrtsiDonald NOTICE OF ELFCTtOV 2-Door 6 Cyl.Stand. I.
Laundry14th nf B. II known that, I, TOM ADAM ,
I L, Landresa At executor for
kitchen Lone Oaks. Ph.
2 bath home ,
3 bedroom ,
the Last Will and Ttntamtnl of Hunt ecretary of RIots nf the State n Trans.

family room deep well one 2tl-5068. tic and Beech Sts.! I, Mae Cassady, deceased l"lurida, :do hrrnl'v: itvq n"htr. 6oola : One Owner. $595|
I Albln C. Thompson. Jr. ,;FNERAI. El.Em'TtOif wilt ho held
Pay small: equity VACATION HOUSE sleeps 12. PHONE 261.3003Fernandina I Attorney for Eseeutor In "Nnnsnu' C ur y, 'InrMa. on Tuu.a
won All'mtlc Avenue ) next succeeding' : the. first If ;slot I o/y,11y {r,7fIrv'd91Yff4s5t 1939 FORD
and assume mortgage (Oceanfronl!) fenced yard. Fur. Beach'sVolkswagen j ...rnan dlOi Beach Florida In November. A D IMkI the: s id 4-Door Custom 300) V-8
nished.Pttone 2614174. Ito > rot puhlleatiun. July lit. |tOil Tuesday I belnaj the third duv: nf November. .
I 4T JW: Auun to fill the following nfflivsUnited Auto Iran< .. ..
2661 McGregor Blvd. CornerOr SI.ites. !len.o'"' *
Com. $
Reiireient,illvn In Conoress l'ir IhiFlKhth J'111Ylli0I1 Wrecked Car. ,
261-5153/ pletcly equipped. Sleeps five. PUBLIC NOTICE I II C ,",...'......,1 IJI....I lit .
Three I3l, Junllcei nf t,.e Rupremlrouri 19.V: ) FORD
Make ;your reservation. Scotty PHONE 35t)09JRUNO !) : I IV .TIIR riKfrif COURT OF THf Mips I. 2 nod 3
Trailer Sates Ph. 2613474. t tn HTII JUDNIAL' ( IKIIIT OPTlfK : One (II II Ju'lge nf the DlHlrlrt C'ortof (C j Cvlimlor, Ktnndiml Shirt

rE: I : S7ATB: Ol' rMIHMIA IVANII Anneal for It,.' fIrst Appellatenintrli and 'Thh Tar 1 U 010 Drive
TWO BEDROOM house on Ray.on UPSTAIRS APT. 5 rooms and MOTORS 1"N:: 'I-I' siNce 1"1 I t,
( \ ( No. 2s "
One ill Circuit Judge, fourth Judlcli But The I'tin-
Rd. Large lot. Terms arrang. bath unfurnished. 3rd and Ala. mo East Eighth St. I fr>KT.."-ThF.I> I'KtIOllTS ( Circuit. $- 5
td. Ph 2615421. tfc chua. 2613644. tic OHATION."' llovernirSecretary el N. Rent! ) ,
Jacksonville! Florida ,. 'OKP'I nf State --
5151 JlIJ

No. 14th St. --23 lot. ,already; TWO BEDROOM furnished apt. I RORFIT ANDREWS". tni DOROTHY Comptroller rimmlsukiner' of Agriculture. no"lICe. IUt? BIG CAR .

cleared! 85000. Next lot south of Private entrance. 421 N. 3rd St. ANDREWS Treasurer 1959 BUICK

L. 0. Carpenter tic PUBLIC AMENDED"' NOTICE Defendants: Or mAtS /Attorney fleneratSuperintendent I ,'f Public InMruHtnnFlorida All Styles And Types Engraving I 2.Door Hardtop
ittt Notice I la hereby given that pursuant Public Vtllltles? Commlssrne'Slate I
TWO ROOM unfurnished house. to an Amended final 0..;.. of Judicial II Special
103 No. Fletcler Ave. Lot 50x200. NOTICE!: iveswII: 'CTITIOVI Attorney: of tre' Fourth I
< (nrecloeurt entered In case numbered CirculiPuDllo $79"5
Two story duplex and garage a. RooMirFU rI NUll UW Price
moo In the circuit Court of Nassau Defender Fourth Judicial Clreult .
ISIIE garage N'HIca It hereby (lvir that the unit County Florida I will sell the -
prop. ;
partment. $15.000. WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF ;
partment. ...ll/11od. pursuant to ". .Iclillnu.N.m. erty situated Hi Nassau County, Florida One ((1) Member of the. House of Re|>' MILL CAR
-tr -ff Sinful1 }('.ap. Hill No II7S. described as': resentntlves.County I
LARGE SHADY Lot 100 X 217 ft. trt.r f> Chapter No. 2ffl53. Liws n( Florida. Thai certain piece, parrel or tract Jute.I ENGRAVED 1958 CHEVROLET
SMALL ON 1C!: bedroom, unfurnished MMI. will rfgintrr, mitts the Clerk 0'l of Innd. situ.He. lying and being In rierk of the Circuit Court I I
$1750. bouse. I 5.. ClmM 1 ('._1 lit nd rr NamauI'nuntv. I,,. Cuuntv nf Nassau and Stale nfFlorida I' sheriff ( BUSINESS CARDS) (Arreirdy' _
d Vr oft r I Florida upnn receipt of prrv.1nf knnwn and described asCommencing : Pan Asiwswirrax ) $195
Fletcher puhllcullnn nl this nutlet, till fliv at a point where the CollectorCouniv Rusty
$10 N. TWO ROOM furnished apart lltluus n.,"". t'lwit dlvllli ( line between traits S 7)re ) Superintendent of Public In, ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERYSee -
INCOME: BEACII property on one MACS SINCLAIR SERVICE Loin 7i in liliK-k I. l"*''' S tear tin JUNK CARS
lot. Duplex, 3 bedroom house. ment. under which Wt art engaged In tlon 32, T2N. RI'iE, In South Calla- !Sops role'rh'C Iteglstratlontiree
2nd' 0. f. tJUOMM lIuotnen. vie Neucomb SubS Intersects tht [ <(3> Members nf the noard of lave a) few that need mo
16500. Owner will take :".ur..flgsI.1 fl bu.i noon.t 15,' North Right.nf Way lint nf Comanchnt >umv Commlatloners. DistrIcts I, 3
mortgage. PHONE Ml-1221 street. ?ernoirllnn Slouch rim Road MIS1 R/Wi at shown :In .' .nsa. or*. tranmlHAlori) >, etc.
I That the. only partfet intertnttd In Pint nick, I. Page II nf the Official Two l" Members nf the hoard M Samples At 1968 Ford
TV VACATION APTS. ."14 hu-ln emcrnrl inn Is W J. Me. Public Records nf Nassau Countv.Fla uhlle! Initrwti, Di"'itrli'In 3 and 4
FouL URGE shady l lots at Five Clots and E. D. MiC'Inln. ., thence run Fast for 52 M fuelto Three ((3. .u. .tI,... nl' the ,'U,.., Dis, 1951 Chevrolet $125Se
desire we will OCEANFRONT: APTS. completely I >* 7 83. 30 nO II an Iron thence North for :200 nets I. and I -
Points. If yaw furnished. Day. week or month --' feet M an Iron ther.ve West Ion feet Dire tat( Constable. Districts I a

bulk tot you. 261-587, tfcFURNISHED tn an Iron thence South for aim .indFwtsw I Charles Gone
frtf -fr 584 S. Fletcher PUBLIC NOTICE F feet to an .Iron., thenre Eon 47 M "ScootS"" rinhrte Courtlounty ) rnanbinatnrhNcu3tatrI'IIONES ,;
fret In an Iron and pint of beginning furvevor ;
ONE CORTJER BfcACH lot N. I : DOWNSTAIRS: apartment NoTICE!: or F.M'"lr'''TION! HOAKUMKKTINlt I Cnnl,lining 04S acres Hhree (3. MI"','''''.. Humphreys Me or Curt

Fletcher. 7S X 100. $2800, third for rent. Desirable location. st public III.0 the highest and nnrlut 11",11111: Districts I. 4 ned 6 261-3CK6>> 1-3687
NOTICE! IS HEPFBV MVf; )' that b'..t bidder for cash, at the Northern Two HI Members, Oi-esr lllKhwayurJ AT
down. 281-4227. tic ht City Commission of the City of semi Dnnr of the Nassau County Port Authorit", (troops I and 3
'.rnmwilnn lit',,,h. win sit as a Courthou.l ,.,n.ndln. ,HeocS, rlnrlla. In Tentlmnnv W '.rPnf. I h..... hereunto Lissorre Motor
CONTACT PETE INGRAM I BEDROOM FURNISHED i houseon ; tnard of E: 1. Salesman 261.5U75.R at S 00 0 lock PM. at Iht 1 oo odorS P M nn August: 17 Stilts Seal, at the State nf FlnrliU' et I
Bailey Road. City Hull tv hear all complaints or I l&EALl! u OXLEV T.U.......*. the Capital this the i
... L, Hoh .mm Agenry A6, 13c: tnuests ."nc."nlnc property assessnents Clerk "/'tl. .;ItO'C ii-iny'fir.i day of July' A. D Firms In The United States Company
11 Nortk 4CIa Phone 2GI-S26S I In Fern"n'fir.t Bej<'h MurldjDAVm iMhln ('. Thompson, Jr. 1554.SEALS. Engraving
M CATCH EL Mtirney for Plalr.lffI'll ; I I Or Call 261.3819
"We solidS LhrlMgi o. Homes mud Trade At Home City Minaor I Atlantic' Avenue TOM A"AM"
-S Acreaf*" City Auditor. F.rs.s dos. Beach Florida SECRETARY 0? STAYFIt :
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