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 Material Information
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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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/usl/famJltn Gov. Bryant Names eewyT: McKendree Cites






'Dean Blankenship 100% "Just Value"Assessment





:Wltb the current *Interest In

swimming. as evidenced by the : As
Superintendent
successful Junior Olympic Swim RulingTax -
Team, why not have a water car.
nival later this month' so that local

citizens can see the current fine Dean
Blankenship who
was :Nassau'; Tax \.essir Eddie Me.
ability being exhibited by our named
by Governor *arris Bryant
kendice met with the County Gm.mloslem .
swimmers There plenty of room to fill the unexpired term of JthnWelsner Collections Over (
for spectators at the recreation Fsteidav mnrnlng at the i,
as Nassau Superintendentof '
center pool and these young peo. Education 1"" t.- $1,000,000 To Set regular menthly meeting( to dlsciiM
presided over his
.t rt. ) I. 3 I the, 'tan roll and to set a dale foe
pie could doubtless put on an excellent first oflielal meeting with Ihp Board New
show Maybe someone might of Public Instruction yesterday. County RecordAn the Conllnlslon to sit ai a Board- --)
? (ef iMiiiih/ulion: .
even get up a content for a Queen Blankaishlp who won- the Demo.
Inlmxtlng note turned
iinat The elate of !Sept) 8 wan unproved .
Mermaid eratlc nomination In the !May prl '.J : HIP monthly, InI'I'linlIIf/ lhiiunly <' tty I he timmlsKion nod McKin.
'tr 'trThInling marina, would have taken olflee In (' iiininlNslun viMinluywhin ciiie
iind Is .
an the iiislem the
Chat school
about
dress for Susie or those new new brogans January. His appointment by Brv- TOM: AIHMS.) :\ 1 Florida Secretary of Stale. watt guest speaker lust week at the reguhr SUMIIU TaN nllielor Ira |.r utsuu| seel bmlu-t fur it,,' fiscal year

for Johnny. It's that time again ant came upon Welsner reslna( monthly meeting of the Coiuoru ('lul> of the local divisIon' of 'ontnlner Corporation Hull tumid In a list of mori will he puhllsIM In the Hist 1 li, uofeilleulim
don to accept a position with the
and also time to think on buying Palm Beach County Board of Pub. cf America. tdtsusss' told the flub member of the functions of the Florida ('ablnel. In Insolvencies nnd tliulilo IIH thaI nts't'titsg.
kieinrnls' for Ihp lax
mil
such, items at home. Its also neir- He Instruction. Seated at head I Itthle left to right )r\ert; )Klvin.: I'one'one Club treasurer; Claude \\ln- 1I63.6t l fur MiKoiuliec asked (hit any mm.
!
InS tax time again and these lame In assuming his position Blank gate Nassau Representative, whe presented Adiim; Adamn and 1'. 11. I Kntzminirer: Hall> rev 'Ih'd Ihul u sat'sre.. lie plaints( .led to in bin the! lax ofFIce loll> hphll'o first[ be ill.

merchants will have to be digging enshlp told the members of the president of the ('oncora ( lub. In background!: nt left. Del Iheohald, loeal commuted!: cord! iif tarn $1.((119.OIH) \III. mlId 'e"se' tied to I lie Board eif t;beingpi 'iiinl.li .
down Into their jeans for the tax Board that It was' his drslie lo work container division manager, and Warren Carnal. Males manager of Container's Fort 'till In ciniiilv lanes s Ills mir9'KJ nidi so as to expclilo any tor.

money that contributes: greatly to tloMy with that group and help Worth, Texan, di h I Kum.DURING of rnllrrlloiiH rniirdid. reelions ol I penslbli< Inequities.
furnishing good education to
a provide the best possible .
opportunities --
Susie and Johnny. Big city alore.don't for all the children of Nassau w w w w w w III in lulliview vllh a News.
I.('idler I porter, McKendree hull

communities scatter this their far profits removed around I "I'll County.be honest and factual wilii ., Mrs. Edna Kelly New Pontiac Buick this tax pktuiv to coy: concerning the current

-ft the Board at all time "' said Bhnkenshlp .

John Ward personable head of DEAN BLANKENSIIIP "and will, at 'no time pie- Funeral Monday Agency Slates Open Ihe"I1..t'rllll Sljle< Morlda. the Supreme. ruled mil rlllll.t ord.of
Florida
the tourist division of the sent or make suggestion to the '
ered a 100) percent "Just Value" bo

Development town last week Commission for a visit, was to the In I I Preston Shows -:I by Board facts that or cannot a demonstrated' be substantiated need" At Oxley Chapel House SaturdayThe assessed"The Tax for tax Asxessori purpnxcs office for

Welcome Station
Florida( Marine "The ahead
years present a
here, As boss' of the station I Film To great challenge for all of us and !Mrs. Edna Mae Kelly 38. was Nassau County, has been woiklng(
John Is always seeking more ways RotaryOn the attitude will determine burled Monday In Bosquc BelluCemetery Harper( Pnntlac Buick IlIt'n.ry. for) the past 10 months to complete
we assume I :
which reeenllv opened on South a pn gram of Equalization and re.
following funeral
that Its
to attract more of the craft ply our degree of success," added at
the Intracoastal Waterway He told Cuban Crisis i i the new superintendent a m at Oxley Mortuary Chnpd< Eighth/ blrret) announce In an ad. view of all properties, both real
I The vertlKpinenl In this Issue. Hint they pslilo and tangible personal property .
Rev Themis Hicks of
me of several Ideas the Commls I Blankenship listed several Immei pnslor
lion has In mind and they are very which face the educators the Five PC"hits Baptist Church, of. will hula a grand opening on Sat. Within a short period of
Walter J. Preston, Jr., Nassau i I dlate challenges
flclutedMis urdav of this week lime this program will be fintshcd
Impressive upcoming He also Issues reminded of Motor methat Director of Civil Defense was pro. of the county and the Board I Kelly died Friday In Hum A draIng- will be held nod free "In arriving at a Just V.lu.."
gram speaker yesterday at the They areMeeting: awarded to I hone wh- have US'I'lbo\
Boating and Gondolier will have I phicys Memorial Hospital |titters visit on piopcrty, HO
features on the station as well as I onkly luncheon meeting of the the ever changing: and : She Is turvlvtd by her hiiKbnndWooelrow the neu bll IIII'M' outs) rCIII II'r. Also I spun farlirs as listed In Chapter

Fernandina Beach Keep 'cm coming Rotary Club at Seaside Inn higher accreditation slandaids Kelly; a daughter, Mrs there will he free, drinks ulth bill hurt 021*, Florida Statutes Those
John. As an adjunct to his address Relieving the overcrowded conditions Baibnra Ann Conner of ONtO: her loens loi the klelellis fad011 are: I ill I t The- present:caill

0 ft 0 ft I Preston showed a film entitled I existing In our schools I mother, Mrs Edna G. Grant ofKernmullna value of I he Isrutis's ty; <121> the hluli-

I lime' received complaints about 1 "One Week In October. which Developing long.range plans to i t.1_ Beach; l I"u staler, cut and bent use to whlih lhe< 'pro-'
dealth with the Cuban Crisis The take of the ::1 be to be In
boys killing birds around town arc t projected growthof Mrs Roberta Brcnuiin of Clnclniutl puty can cieiirelcd pit
film loin ol the civil and mllit'iry Hie noted that he Immediate future and lIsa
presumably with the usual "BB" : Nassau County Ohio and Mm Vivian Gurrrtt of I ;
gun Parents who have such guns ( buildup during I this critical periodIn the population Is projected to reach' I IKliiKKland& Ga.; five brriliui Fd present use of his pnpirty; t Ul
our nation history. I 2BOOO by 1980 and he considered the \\cW8Uol1 if said prolM'rly| <41>
for their boys should remind them gar Dyess of West Palm IHaeh' ,
I Included In the film were aerial this figure modest and tint this Hit quantity or site of said/ property .
furnish lot Robert \Dyess of Fernandina Beach
that these same birds a \ '
reconnaissance photographs of Cuba would require 73 new classrooms) t- I : (Si) the cost of said prdpcrty
of enjoyment for bird loveri bolh taken from U. S. jets at. well as HIS VISIT HERE Secretary ot St Adams William B. Dyess of Palalka Char. \
Providing salary schedule that and the replacement valuiof
> for their beauty and their singing a was conducted tour of division E Container Us Dyes of Fort Walton Beach present
scenes of the news- coverage by I on a the local of ; I I
favotab.Iv f thereon 161ttR
will to compete Improvements
permit us any : .
and L. k. Grant, Jr- of Buckruv .
ft ,;Iit the flb>8 photo, R. E.,Phlnney generalI Beach,. \t> ":: aid two granddangh-' \! CMine.llion I of said; properly?* .
I had Interesting
an
service, newsreels and television of the mill 'aBd a vice president of Container
Ida. ,i manager/ the Income from said property,
office thli week, who some of the I Il'rl. Rcifce Conner and Janice j
old timers here might well ret-all stations I (Continued on page three) I I point to one of the huge rolls of kraft paper that are Conner, both cf Fernandina Beach I "In order to obtain a fair Just

Paying a visit "back home" was R (Continued on Page Three) manufactured here. Left la I I'. R. Entzmlnffer, manager I Value on real estate we have madea

C. Wilson, who now resides In Albany i I of Container's timber division. three year ratio study We have
Ga ThIs fine gentleman was Caldwell CitesContribution I Nassau County ; Wm. Herbert Rawlsi I taken the high sales and the low

engineer on the Seaboard Railroad sales and averaged the seat out
an
here In the early part of the I: School Calendar I Commissioners i Burled Monday and applied condition factors tu/
r century when the shops created a Of j City this value,

great deal of activity here. Mr. "We have received cost! Index
WIlson left here in 1914 and movedto News For 64 65 YearThe :I In Bosque Bello bids from three areas of the Coun.

Savannah. Ht! said that he and CoverageBY ty, from reliable contraetors. In

Mrs, Wilson came here as a bride school calendar for Nassau Again Defer Settling Funeral fur William Herbert I"UUlihel order lo establish a fair Just Value

and groom and that they just recently TOMMY HALL County Schools for the 1004.83 I I Rawls non of Mr and Mrs HIT- per square foot cost Wo have applied .

celebrated their 60th wed. Ray Caldwell News.Leader Editor school year Is as follows: bert Ptjor Hauls of this city, wax this cost to the improvements

ding prnlversjry In more recent was the Kiwanis speaker Monday I August 17 Teachers report to I held Monday In Jackiinvillc and allowed a depreciated condl.I .
yean ha owned an Ice cream fac- nIght:' He was Introduced by Individual schools Hassle I The service was lemduitcd at 1 !Mann Haipcr, who head tlon or appreciated condition to the

tory In Albany, which he sold to .orocram- chairman L. A. Ferreira. August 31 First day of school Over Streets i nm. at the Garelen City Church of I Pie see agency luu previously hud I Impiovementi and hove arrived at

the Borden Co. lie asked me abouta Caldwell gave some Interesting for pupils I God by Rev Mm Kline'pHer of,111 I years service with General ?Mot a unit cost per square foot, This Is

number of the old timers but of statistic on the Increase In tour. September 7 Labor Day, no I Toceoa( Falls Bible' Institute, with I I ois In Noilh Can Una. Texts I the unit cost at which your Im.
course being a rel.tlvely\ new timerI Ism In Florida and showed how I school Tim question ufI bet hl'r the city tat the Beech Street and South Rev John A. Rich panics, iml lIng l- Louisiana, Aikansas and Michigan | provements will be assessed On

had to refer him to others here. our city Is bcncflttlng by this Increase October 18 Filr Day, 11II1' should open or aim ml m two dcdl Fourteenth Intersection be rl'7.UIII'd 'I {. Burial was In Iosuc) | hits I, Iljrpcr coitus' I lo, Fcrnunellnai | land, where front foot Is applicable,
cated streets, which IIIIH bees! hantt from Residential I 1A doting/ to lies. I'
ft"fr He pointed out the continuing school for pupils, work day for Cemetery I i I I UPII'h11th his fimlly from Char. (Continual on page three)
it probably won't chnnge a Dingle grov.tli of our state and show. tcacheis Ing fit e for slime time and hm I Identidl 2. Mr Hauls died Friday nlifhlfrem lilt III, North Carolina lie In mar.

mind about LBJs current "war" cd how the newspaper Industry Is I November 26.27 -' Thanksgiving been the sujcct) ol considerable At tint mt'rllnltill'/ only objee.I Injuries renlved In a motor' rlnl to I lie firmer I'atilda Mutter For ..
on poverty but I would like to related to this growth Holidays cimlrovcisy, was an iln deferred lions to (he rcznnlng hud ID elo with cycle.tiuek aeclilint of UI'II'flt< soil/ they ate the parents I Registration

make note that what Is generally Caldwell summarized the difference I December 21 January 1 last nig it by the City Commlsuhin whether or not the city hud plans He was born in Panuinu City of two elilklicn: Kurt 18 mid Esc'haM 1st Graders BeginsOn
In this coun. between the large city dally The streets In question lie be. to epcn the dedicated street be. .
considered as poverty Christmas Holidays. and had lived In Jacksonville1 ftssryears. !
twccn Soulh Fourteenth and South I units Fourteenth and Hltcenfh. :; : : : I August 18
try might well be considered a newspapers and the locol weekly January 22 Day between 81'm. moving there from rermm-i Kurt I II presently engaged/ wt'lhIhe '"
much nlgher date In life la some newspaper In the manner of coverage esters No school for pupils Workday Fifteenth Streets and would haveaelChS Mrs. Harold I'cnton and Charles dma Booth At the lime of his local aue/ 'ney hut plans to enter Mrs Miry Libby, principal of
from Beech Street if opened Sturgeon, whose holders
property I
countrlus which each gives teachers dealh he reiute Jac! 801l\'lIIc University In the lull
for I was cmploul as a Fernandina Beach Flemcnlaiy
and would deid end approximately e I'n the street, were assured by the
-ft Tho weekly paper Is anxious to I March 19 Florida( Education. driver by the Coeo.Cola Bottling I (Continued( on pugo threw' School reminds parents of 6 'ellr.
Recently recognized In the paperat cover the details of the life of Individuals Jacksonville 172 feet from the point of access.The Commission that they had no plans )
I
al Association meeting olds who
will
start school this full,
Lake Park, Florida, was a form. of the community, he Teachers attend meeting, no II | controversy had Its begin now or In the future of opening the CoIn his he i of the to have
Fernandina Beach fireman anda said accounting for the doings of I nlng at the meeting of June 23 I street addition to parents Is | Rayonier PulpShipm.nts urgency thelc CMW
er I school for pupils. I I survived by the widow, Mri MarIan registered at the earliest posilula*
I when tho City Commission okayeda I At the same meeting a request I
one. Since moving to Lake families such ai birthday observ.ancei Go
good April 18.19 Easter No : S. R Stevenson that Frances Bawls; a daughter, I date j-
Park with Nellie! and the small and anniversaries whereas request by was heard by Roy Crews that a I -
ones In 1961 to accept the position the large dailies lay little empha. I school June for 2 pupils Last day of school for property on the Northeast corner similar street on the South side of Miss Sheila hone Bawls both of I To Foreign Ports Registrations will be taken aHlM
Jacksonville two brothers Aaron [
; school beginning Tuesday, August
of fire chief, Dickie has made an (Continued on Page Three) Beech be opened up to provide
I i pupils cess to property he owns South Pryor Bowls of Jacksonville and I The S3 Carlnforth arrived Wed. I *III, from 8 i.m, to 3 p m, for tIssue
record and Is currently
outstanding of the Palm Beach Coun.ty June 3.9 Post school work DCT Program To Be i I where the street would dead aC'1 Oordm, Valerie Hauls of Rock ncsdjy nt the Ruyunlcr dicks to who are nut already enrolled

president Fire Chiefs' Association as well Lions In Discussion ;'days for teachers \Mr and Mrs T. H Hill, 3 CPallbewcrs. -i lead 3iO(( slu rt tons of pulp, dcstln I Chlldi en entering the first grade

as second vice president of the and Mrs R L u ho own were Elwood Crews, I atlon the lulled KinKdum/ must be six years of age on or be.
Florida State Fire Chiefs He also Of Sale Resident Of Georgia Offered Students property I on either side e'f\\; \that I t un Richard DC'vino, J. W. McSwain, Arriving Friday will be (ho Kin fore January I I. 1963. A birth 'cer.tlfleale .

doubles as director of the Recreation Upcoming Enters Guilty Plea To I opined street, voiced eibjedlons! ( tit] Ferris Ice. Huts Sylvester and Ru I' de JHIIITO li> loud 2"3 tons fur I, end health record li.. re.quired .
Department of Lak. Park. By AtFBHSInFall any opening and later, asked thai 1 bert Walker Soulh America for registration -

now you know Dickie I, Harris of Of Light BulbsThe Aggravated AssaultDock It he abunelemeri by the tlty: i| ,

course! Dlversilleel teiepcralive Training At each ensuing meeting the 1r.w7! ".....
ofr G Oats Klngsland, Gi will be> (lift red at rermindinu luh)('(t has come up and each time | -- .., '
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Proof of the fact that a lot too upcoming sale of light bulbs Negro entered a guilty pica to a Beach Illth this fall for the firstlime a decision has been deferred by I o n '-

many words arc used these days In as a fund.raising project) was dls. charge of aggravated assault before '. in several years the Commission. I I WELCOME TO .

writing as well as In speeches Is a cussed by members of the Lions I County Judge J. E. (Gene) DCT, as It Is usually called! IsI At the July 21* mt'cllnlCommlM./ .

recent order from the federal government Club as they met Tuesday night In ) Wcalhcrford and was bound over I a program for training high kehool slonrr L L. Rohann uskeel that ,
concerning an order on weekly session at the Seaside Inn. to Circuit Court students In the trade Industrial, (Cintlnuid on page three I : I

cabbage prices This order contained President Carson McKendree I Oats Is charged with slashing twit professional. and office occuptitlcns "'rIASTF' BAPTIST ChMH

26.911 words. ThIs compares named Tom Tilman as chairman of other Kingsland Negroes. Annie I,, The purpose of the program Judge Scott Orders ,
to only 56 In the Lords Prayer the project and TUman told club I, Lola Roberts and Clifford Riddle In Is to he p students develop their F
members of the plans that have Nassau Woman Held j STREET AT ALACHUA
118 In the 23rd Psalm, 266 In the an altercation at American Beachon Interes. aptitudes and abilities I
Gcttsyburg address and 297 In the I been made thus far to Insure a July 23.Presumably. In order to prepare for fulltime For '

Ten Commandments Of course successful selling campaign. the assault was the employment after graduation from Manslaughter f WORSHIP SERVICES 830: AN'1C, AH KPMW : $

there were not nearly so many peo Tllman noted t lat the proceeds result of a love triangleFernandina high school Judke Charles R. Scott this morn. i i
pie Involved In the latter as arc of the sale Is used by the Lions for To enroll the student must be Ing ordered that Beatrice Dyson. Ft. 4 f REV. JAMES T. DUNNAK PASTOt
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normally necessary to handle one sight conservation and other community Beach at least 16 jem cf age have sat charged Ith murder be held for -
government order. service activities The cam. isfaetory grade averages, regular manslaughter: Bond was set at o
do do pal"n111I begin on Sept. 8 and Weather attend i nee and a sincere desire 11500

The Defray Beach Newt.Journal continue through Sept. 18 to prepare for iimloyrmnt: The diclfilein came after Frmsl
u. i Approved Weather fttatlnn
last week carried a picture tint required Calvin Moore a member of the South 7th* At Lime StereO The Teacher Coordinator R. I). Jackson' Jjckstnvlllc Negro/ allurney .
no cut lines to gel the mis Druid Hills Linns Club In Atlanta, Max. Min Rain Jack Noun will leach the In. appeared with a writ eif IIH

sage across and a pithy message Ga. ana a former member of the Thurs. AUI6/ 83 73 0 school part ef the program/ sod beau corpul to secure Ihe accused

it was On a handsome sign thai local club. was a visitor at the Frl. August/ 7 81: 73 47 work Kith the pmpll It'rl in pi;inning release
aits in front of the Methodist Church meetug lIe told of attending the Sat., August 8 88 72 0 (the students training pro. The accused Is being held In''

of that city there were the words. International Convention In Nice. Sin. August 9 91)) 71 (18() gram/ county jail pending i grand/ jury -

\ou Think Its Hot Here?". France and of the many profitable Mon, August 10 86 74 .:3(1Turs () In preparation for the program( hearing recommended by a coron.
he gamed from the THIS: II\MSOMK: NtHIC: S, ended list week just West sat It* cttr ""* S .._.
itIt experiences ., August 11 B8 73.U Wing pins: t tll attend the Annual tr s Jury on July 27.
Road :200( ( in a projeet of (the Knilhvrhood of the I First RiplM Ikiurtlv RvDunnam Jew
Musical entertainers well trip
as '
as the
Wed., August/ 12 94 75 0 Planning Conference for Coopers The actUM-d Is eh.trllelllith
prlcri have come up In the world Guest t of the club was David The weather l I. furnl>hd enurttiy live Education Teacher.Cnordina. slaying of William Hampton Both" I pastor. of the church IM shown at left with memnr .f Ik. Ki tlmtN *.4

when you consider allIIn that Stone of this city and L, B, Walker ri..>Mt "',,1," n'stv.n$ ro. tlon with, will be held August! 10- were Callahan Negro residents all I who engaged! in the project Left to rilch! (Dunnam, Paul E-1nr. G... Ctttr, U. SkKvir

(Continued on Page Thitt) ,i I of Virginia! Beach. I tA Ltwls Couth Nolan 7lh, CooptciUvs it lAme Street Oburvsr I 13 at Daytona Beach, the time of the alleged slaying I Claude Haddock and Rottcoe Moore Brotherhood prevldeaU& ___ ____. __.....____. ._._-_-__





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_ 'Pape Two ;Xt\\I\.L"'Hiel't' Pernandina Beach, Honda_ --Thursday, August 13, l&OlFERNANDINA l leisure, how It form tool dabs, '" Tallahassee DatelineBY wis plains In: Bill effect Shaudi, the chancellor of OaillhvIU6, He

gel good nutrition, geriatric clinics! ,
-- ---' ptvaenew' r_ wanted to keep It that way wluAt
: BEACH NEWS-LEADER mAl'AN'fexJRC119"'( :: c' .;: ::: i' ,i uwoto Iran, camps for older folk, I HETT1E COBB University of :Florida runningthe
'I CfLHUlM VOUtNOME m'iMw, .>, 'f f bosnemaker services, day centers,
(11 ASB STREET PHONES I6S6 ten AND !PUBLIC eOILWN, THW I ., i te" show Shandi wan chairman of
< and bow to be settee cilia hit the
a* fellow
One of father's favorite Joker reach and the little
ARC SAf ID use AiRlN.N4. my the committee to pan on Bryanrsbill
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H # I I If yes look stoutly, ,,,"II act I It of situation Gov ground with a great thud
A John EMte&eNCV
Perry Newspaper SUCH AS... r.j'cu"t'nr.na"f gppropos a and he never let It get out it I
Hist many age)'clei In your community him, picked him up
Karris Bryant said In his newt Pat went to committee,"
M. "' Ray C l twU. Editor mj :Mint** -' do handle some of these conference this week he once found dusted :Mm off ind said: There'i also the itory of how
..' services. But to get them concen. ,
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION ':1' t himself In. I "These now, ion, that'll teach former Gov. Fuller Warren as re
,. rM tented Into one powerhouse In every "
Since he Is of Irish decent, father!
Published!, every Thursday ind entered it the Poet Office my you not to trust your own prcsentatlv from Calhoun Count
,.... locale Is sllll an an filled aim. Yoecan : father's Jukes alwayi tuld with discussing at
FermimJIni Beach, Florida, as second class mull matter I hc'p. Write again and olf.rJhl'm are I Guy Bryant was at the (tender age of 21, learned unit
wArt a an Limit brogue mill usually Involve his news conference his longtime of his political' lemons In a hurry
Subscription Rata: 1'" abllilli In building
''', M: a year $2.25 6 month $1,25 8 Month I'kAy.... a M :SU( I year out of (1 are either In or have caus Into effect for the Hate universities I Islatlve committee his bill to Bet
county I& Let wHh *'".m rep'disgust. -** '
Next time, write me a letter ed.It I "To go back Into history' a little I the cattle off the highways. The
., tl seems thit Pat wan trying to bit: In 1949 or '51 I proposed and I i seasoned' legislators listened a1t n.
of 1 II ,
victorylNURSING
LETTERS TOw marks rnd would like to suggest: ; I leach his two year old ion how to j passed, through the House the designation lively lo the eloquent and handsome .

: that If the public were exposed to I HOMES Jump from i high porch while / of i chancellor for our younrt man frequently noil-
more of these kind of editorials teaching him some of the cold factsof universities. I recall with a great ding liielr; ( heads In agreement.
THE EDITOR j perhaps this nation would be a !little I I Dear Helen: My Mother In St. buslnesi life. Pat stood the must I
on I No It .
better In which to live. ... UNATAfALLOUI Louts needs a good nursing home deal of (Interest At length,, icellng! that the comm'ttee
pi nee ground and for several times en. I
because was very
? have been 49 was sold but anticipating a
SHUT** Cna recommend the best?
you
August 7, 1984) | I would also like to take Issue QUID 8AVIKXM FAMUV DAUGHTER. treated the child to Jump Into his I naive then. I thought If I could got fight on the floor Warren confided

,1.'r.' Ray Caldwell, Editor with Mr Hall's remark: when he DURING A TORNADO e si Dear Daughter: For advice, on arms But alas, ai the boy Jumpedfor Senator (Bill) Sands: to handle this "I'm delighted that the commit.
Fcrnandma Beach News-Lemkr 1 laid, Let us not forget that two OR HURRICANE/ t I M homes there write to Harry L the last time Pat moved out of for me In the Senate alter It pass tee agree with me en this but how

Fernandlna Beach, Florida ,, world wars have been fought NOT t tpgrkwetTHaar Kaufer, Health and Welfare Council : ed the House that It would be mast can I gel my bill past the oppoil.

'Dear"!Mr. Caldwell: against Communists or Socialistsbut 417 North Tenth Street, SI. life with gad neighbors, compan. helpful," Gov Bryant' said, tlon?"
'I read with much concern the i' REACTIONARIES: AND RIGHT PAen r saner tsr.l. .uwll,. Lolls Mo Zip 63101. :lonslilp, Interesting things to do, i I "So I went over to him and discussed Whereupon the committee chairman -
WINO extremists This statement
"Letter To The Editor" from Mr. plenty of recreation. A commun. It with him and he said why peered over his glasses and
'tummy Hall Jr In your August tends to Imply (hit Communists much WEAK OR STRONG Ity that meet these needs li a I don't you leave that bill with me marled: "Young man you're look.

6, 19M edition concerning your"snrr I and Socialists do not cause as t I Dear Helen: My friends and I good community for you! If you and I'll handle It for you and he Ing at the opposition!"

words" about the *Extrem1 I danger to our country as do Re1 always read you because your column have specific questions about did (laughter) I learned that I This was In 1927 Warren didntsucceed
actlonarlcs and Right Wing extre 471
I"", clement In our government 1 li lo fresh and loaded with I places, plt'llH'wrlle to me at Nathraal lesson, It might have been I In getting the cows off the
,wholeheartedly:!! I agree with your re. mists I fac'''. Now please help? Our clubIs Senior Center, LehJgh! Acres, I'm sure I wouldn't have done 1 1I highways: until he was many yean
.' -- -- May I remind Mr, Hall thit the foundering Members do nothing Fit. 3SI3C. I'll be glad to help you I that after two sessions' But I cer. older, a lot wiser and governor,
| aim cf the Communists Is to completely bul come lit it meetings. We have with everything I know. And herein talnly did It anyway' and thit was

"" RUBBER destroy our Captallstic form k rl, I lecturers, singing, films refreshments where I'd appreciate your postage the end of the chancellor system," TRADE AT HOME
!How can we pep up our for reply letter A veteran capital newsman ex- ,
and Socialism
of government as = _. .
._ -
club? Ir It poor !leadership? Poor -- -
I Is only one step removed from
STAMPS: Programs? I
Communism I respectfully suggest: .ta/eeeiM' HARRY,'
I
Any Size ,, (that all so-called PROGRESSIVES Dear Harry: I have SO letters I

examine their political beliefs or this week asking how to revive

Any Shape i the Individualism: and freedom IAW collapsing clubs Let's face It:
: At clubs must have and DID YOU KNOW ?
Inquire j 1 which we have known In the past a purpose
I every member should work toward :
: NewsLeaderPhones : will HOOP be a way of life we can I I FASHIONABLEDear I direct ui to helpful Information. this purpose. Activate your membc'i -

I I only till our children abuut.Sincerely. Helen: Recently I became I Mrs. B. by giving them something to

partially disabled, I am also arthritic I Dear Mrs B.I I am sending yowl I II do except to silt! la one state, clubs

.: 216-3686 261-3687 I W D Little Jr I I As you see from my name, 1 I some good guide-Ilneo In the free )I helped Kiwanis canvass a countyto I

-----.- -- --.. --- --- ---., .-.. .- am a woman. Now I have great pamphlet, "Instant Retirement." list older peoples' skills for paidor IT IS UNLAWFUL
.
trouble getting drctned each day. Several letters to me today, like I volunteer work. This got everybody '
!I For a while, a neighbor came In to I ywrs, paint a dismal; financial pic. buy walking, phoning, writ.

s help me, My husband Is bedridden. Lure but do not state what the fl.nances 1. Ing, talking, visiting. Or take a lip
lit Is a terrible struggle for me to are Your greatest from the Al.'(.rasa Club GalneivH'e: For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fie
,
: 'STOLE I try to fasten tippers, hooks, get will be for housing and Fla Kick out your lectures and

I pettlcoati over my head. I'm usedto and you spending new f expenlf'l spend the time making a list of titious Name Unless The Name Is Registered "I,
I looking neat Now I'm In despair yon spend later What "Unmet Community Needs". Believe .

,, because I look like a frump employment? U me every member will ban
FROM EGAN'S CREEK BOATHOUSE or slob, I hate this The best I ando urgent this will have to be the key'I plenty to say. Then pick a great

I'' Is wear a wraparound, Isn't ,I to your retlremcat life. These are need and meet II with vigor. Read This Florida Law.
anything done for people like us? mt of the reallst'e: iiuostlMa you I NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM? .

5Vi H. P. JOHNSON MOTOR i FRUMP must face. Art inert part-time Write to Helen Alpert National i
I wfcert you arc now} If so, hb'l Senior Center, Lehlgh Acres, Fla,
Dear Frumpt, It's a colncMcM mile Let me know more aad 33938 Please send stamped self "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage In
that you wrote, because this week
I addressed Or write to
AND EXPENSIVE. FISHING TACKLE I received a kwoMet craw a worn help NEED balance HELP the 0\picture A PROBLEM! ? this newspaper.envelope.Ask for the free business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and

Just like ye* whase physical, .hi- I II Write to Helen Alpert, National' list of booklets sent with the compliments unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the.. clerk of the circuit court of

'I caps Into had turned her dally dressing Senior Center, Lehlgh Acres/ Fla, of this column. the where the of business is which registration shall consistof
a demoralklng siege. 80 set 33931. Please lend stamped self county principal place ,;

Owner Knows Guilty Party. "Invented" soma basic Items and addressed envelope Or write to THE RIGHT MOVE I filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all Interested persona,
brought them to I II
a I -
Dear Helen Wt three
this : art
Ask for
I For Instance, bras without' books list of newspaper booklets lent with the the eom-i free friends who have stayed In close i stating under oath the name of all those interested in the business! enterprise, the

: They May Save EmbarrassmentBy I Instead, they have a tI>xtHt fast pllments of this column it touch with each other for 30 years, I, extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which':said business!! Is
I eacr that Is pressed together, In \
"POP" IN THE DEN! although I live In Texas, another
I front There's a step-la girdle with I Dear Helen: Reading your recent Is In West Virginia and the thirdIn carried on. Said registration may not be made until t the person or persons desiringto

I lour tippers., A A case that carries, apockctbaak. column pcrtilnlng to retired"''peo-'I Michigan: By a coincidence, we engage! in business! under a fictitious! name shall hate advertised his or their in-
Returning At Once. step-In slip too pie who want an Interest, I believeIt all read your column every week
as Writ me at National Scalar Ci.*. would be an asset to:>> a commun. Often we discuss It In our letters tentlon to register said fictitious name at least once a week for #>ur :.((4)) consecutive

I tcr, UhlRh Acres, Florida 138." Ity If a few retired men would get Exacty) what, Is the, "right" com.munlty weeks in law'In the where said
._ and I will tell you who she la aid I cub scouts going The men have for older people? I I You some newspaper as definedby! county registration

.- when tt reach her. more time than a young family I once mentioned much materialyou is to be made, and said registration\ shall not be accepted byrthc ,clerk .f the

GET A KICKoor OF LIVINGDear I I man, and with and their knowledge yean of aam-
e Helen: I'm aver 60 and I from age It would be helpful stud I'll send It on to my chums and ..
friends lay I'm getting too old to their husbands. We deeply In.
.: A I da much But In your column I see 'I this Interesting newspaper to our and others boys. could Through wo I I tcrcstcd In your reply.are If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Nattier" Other ,Than
of letters from whom
plenty people FLORA.
IlIl't this started? Activities are illustrated I
I you encourage to vigor. Do you In the eaiy-to-follow man Dear Flora: I never saw a Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd

happen to know celebrities whose : unit besides hobbles of yesteryear freight train carried on postage
J DOZEN age didn't for a moment slow them 'I'',which would certainly be Interest ,clamps! I have tons of material! Registered, See Your Attorney For All Necessary Information
? I could use this Informationalso
... up ing to boys So ninny letters came to me on
for a club program this month. YOUR READER, I this subject that I boiled down As To What You Should Do.FERNANDINA .

"GOOD REASONS Your column'i swell I i': Dear Reader! Many thinks fr: everything Into FOl'R MAIN

RAYMOND. your good letter I've' never been a POINTS. They are: No. I. Accessto

t Dear Raymond: Your theme In I Boy Scout myself, but your Idea services you may need In medical
la book I'm beaullfal possibilities for I attention, nursing, hospitals.No. BEACH NEWSLEADERWrrfi .
hue title of a section a opens age
jpr you to check with us if you are reading today The book Is the and youth to meet and enjoy each i. Convenient shopping for
food, etc, No. 3. Well bullt hous.
wonder If there -
breery "Life Will Benin at 100" by other! I are age.limits I

; considering the purchase of home Raymond J ..Jeffreys, the Ohio for den "fathers" and grand ( Ing. No. 4. Good social and church -- .
a ----------- --- -- ---- -- --- --- -------- -- -
lrrturer-publl
"Many of History's Most Brilliant for den "mothers"? Dn we have .... ...."n.-,"':' :: "1)! jt,.
(Hours of Success<< Came Late In an Eagle !Scout among our readers I <
: Over the weekend take leisurely drive i' ? yl J}"
a .t', ,
Lire" Just listen to this: "Clara I who can help us with Information a.e' .'t.
rprlt .
: around Fernandina Beach and look at the Barton worked 14 hours a day at I Please waft all smoke-signals' my l lway I A I J' ....... //q trt \ .'
90 Carrie Chapman tattled an I National Senior ( enter. I.e. I 'I. '
: following homes. They are all for sale at"reasonobldipritesj''We'ca'naMrange' clift 1 lite at M Gertrude Atherton high Acres. Florida 33916. A fine I T; : .::. ;,
:
:
iar'; 58th book slier I movement across the country Involves 1
: : the 'published . ,j (\ ..t i'.WiJf; : _
fI
children and Girl Scouts la,
90 Connie Mack actively direr I esY e <. .
p
: financing easily. If you see one that you ted the Philadelphia Athletics at Into !"adnpln >a ipandpurrnl.' ..

; like, give us a call on Monday and see how 81 Titian painted his greatest yra know But this new way for
pictures between 80 and to .I I older folks to "adopt" a passel of
: simply we can change one of these houses Benjiiinin Franklin at 81 worked I kids can be thrilling persona'ly and

into home throughout a had summer to help' community-wide!
own
: your create our Connlltutlon ?
(I
Inner. to home, look at our /ghir. AIL ABOUT SOCIAL SECURITY
: 1.1 190ft! Beech Street Three lied rooms Two Hiilhs. Inns Senior"" record In Congress: Dear Mist Alport: Did you mention .

: 2. lO.'i: South 15th: Street. Sen, Theodore F. Green at 17 wasrerlerled you have a free booklet on
from Rhmlf Island Social Security? Is It In clear language .
: 3. 1627 Alachua Street Matthew M. Nrriy al 80 was re. ? How do I get It ?

: 4. 1706 Alachua Street Heeled lo the Senate from Went I1ACKIF.Dear .

: 5, 321 North 19th Street Mrglnla Albm Birkley at 77 Hackle I It's free and (clear
was back In fie Senate from Kentucky runs It pages Gel It from jour I r. ,
6. 611 Stanley Drive. Dan Re,
7. HI 3 Stanley I>rh'e, ed t to Congress from New York! ? get It from rear If yon with, for III

: R, 910 Stanley Drive You're Just a kid al M, Raymond! stamped., srlf-mhlrtssrd pnvcUpe --s *
I'm to oblige, as a service of ssas9
Start swinging! glad < .
I & ,
: 9. 1913 Highland Drive this column. 4 rs..M+ -* /,? 14( m% S' i

: 5 10. 14 North llth Place. SHITFLF.BOARD: *s *

: 1 11. New Home Under Construction In Pirate's Cove Dear Helen: I moved near nhuf- LOCAL ACTION r + e a
flrboard courts where oldsters play Dear Helen: I wrote you a loiter
: 12. 225 South 4th Street I'm only SO, therefore shy about sign Disgusted asking why my 'V y 1

: : 13. A New klnvxberrv Home Just (Being Completed Joining all these old peopole, WhyIs state committee to help the tiled Keep your y tractor young

; On Clinch Drive, South of Town. this game IdentlCcd with the does not helo MR: You wrote bark ._ !
: aged and said flatly, Why don't t you ak a
i LENNY.: I did. They told m<-
them? Well
: :You will note that our "dozen" contains they have no local cmmcll In mvcommunity. ;"'. ." with h Standard Oil Lubricants \

: Dear Lenny I Only because you So what good are thoy? ,
1 f
3 houses. All of houses have .
our extras
stand still when. yes play. But "" \
I'm still
Joo just the kind of extras people have ...'t be shy. SbnflMward. takes DISGUSTED J Wi t"r .... I! v,
gravlM skill, maade-ceatrol, a f r. : The time to stop tractor. wear, tear and noise i Is before it starts. The same ; ,
n't '
Dear TMsgunled And I d
: : "
come from Paul
to Burns. ..
expect shrewd and a foxy cue. Try II "
: eye blame you! The bed thing (tn' to all Even Wc-model( :,
and get trapped t *%*> ..' "PPl8 your power machinery. some : .equipment nI
Wry-
happened lately following a '
i 1 note speech by Teas Gov J nDAMlty I t\<" "* already is old before its time-due to lack of weather-pt'otection, neglect of ,; *'1 '
MUCH: TO RETIRE?
HOW I IOtTnr..r' .
Paul C Burns AgencyKINGSBERRY I Dear Miss Alpert: My husband ( .wan Committee the decision on Agln of his to engines and cooling systems, insufficient' sen'icing" and poor-grade .j ,,I.,

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before he retires. ,
has three years
form a local unit la every c$m. lubricants '
ip e. .ee and frankly, wt know we can't af. snuallv of the Slate rrgardlrsi of I P" You can' doubTe your equipment's useful life by> asking the t
4 live here. We would like "
ford to
14u4 slightly warmer weather, but must sie. Many problems facing sen or* /"Standard. Man to prescribe the right care for your machines. Call him today! J
: : can b* solved straight ft fie, I I'' enl '
have some p rt-llme employment. le e'. Much of this Is being p ''neered ( ... '" I ,
: HOMES no matter how small, We have beento .. '
In Maryland. In June, test V' ,,
Fiends: California, New 1oik, STANDARD
Virginia/ began examining how ter. '"
: ...
: Rhoda inland Real estate values
vies for the aging can be started
were way out of our reach, We i I We take letter of equipment
Real Estate Brokers where they are moil needed almost care your
Registered thought of New Mexico, but It's a I la one'i own neighborhood/ !

319 Seuth 8th Street long haul from where we are now What services are the eh M H. F. STONE JR. Agent, Fernandina Beach;; Fla. "
;j.I ;
I sTs.AaoacoMPANYtKtmucxv) ,
Phone 261-3606 '1 Maybe we looked la the wrong bow to frt a J Lek, how to orM

>places, I hope you can help ui or I trail lor a Job, best ways to sat





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Commissioners I On a map of the affected proper- ,. .j. 'f" -, ,.'- l'A "''!*.Leader' Fomandinn Bench, Florida Thursday! August! 11, 1961!} Page Three ''I
City :! ty, deans by Director of Public _. ,
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Works Jim l Beard, Rodeffer showed I
(Continued from Page One) ;i where he had definite plans for one ; ,.Jd!? ; McKendree "In such an Kqunli/allon: program I bad weather ronditlons and thus

a decision be held up until nil building to front on Fourteenth and I I 5 r I many values are going to I need for recalculations: booed on
be Increased and many values are 100 percent just values All land
property owners were notified of possibly another. He showed how
going to be decreased Many fam- values have been '
reworked to meet
any proponed action Bohannon In his opinion the two back lots on i Continued from I'utoe line>
Inca will have to begin: to pay their the new !Supreme Court ruling and
said at Hint the In Tves
meeting that he considered shaped property question I '
you will be assessed per front fool, fair shore of the tax burden for square foot costs had to be reworked
the Planning and Advisory would be Inaccessible, I
acreage:, by per acre, Nassau County A great( number of I on the same basis,
Board out of order In recommend. J, R. Young who owns property I 1
Ing that the street be closed and against hlch the street would within the next Ion or three people III have to pay ad valorem "This has been a hectic year for
weeks you will receive a notice taxes for the first time, the Tax Assessor's office bill
abandoned,, dead end, If opened, voiced an objection I wo
Registered letter went to all ,, to either opening or from I the Tax Aiseswirs office, I "The sole purpose of Die Tax arc doing: our best to meet the de-

property owners Involved and they He said that as It stood staling the new uxscsscd value of 1 Assessor's Olflcp Is 10 111 ace a mantis of the people l Billing maybe

were Informed that the subject had some use of the elOlllll1'1 your properly. Any exemption" you fair equal and Just Vulue on alii| late but II Is unavoidable, We

would come up at last night's street but that If opened or may be entitled tu will be clrdueted properties. Such value's are established I have worked d.iv and night, with
meeting. he would<: hive none from lulu,h ne otw! I by the people' through their still several weeks of 15 hours a

At the outset of last night'i us- After most of the affected parties j wilt have the rWit to question any buying and selling of property The day to 110 In order to finish but

olon Mrs. Blalchford and Mrs had their say Commissioner Ben I and ,all parts of your new value. people arc the judges of value and I we will have accomplished whatwe

Penton again requested the closing!! Sorensen noted that the City Planning Uu MUST fill out the' inclosme! the Tax Assessor uses their I judgment alerted out to clu, We will have

of the streets, : and Advisory Board objectedto j I 'tt you will receive In the! envelope, In arriving at a lair Just lint necessary, funili for better

S, R. !Stevenson> who owns pro the building of houses within a l 1'4.... when you receive your not lie eufnew Value I II schools, better roads, more law en-
perty on the dedicated street to the block, supposedly aimed at the .. asveshrd value, and file II I "The Tax Assessor has, nothing fort'emc'iil, with an etiiut| tax bur.

North of Beech asked that the possibility of building on the back I t':' : with the TAX Assessor's office for a to do with I levying nullage. The I den for everyone and a better Nas.

street remain as It Is now. Dr, W lots of Stevenson's properly, ''' review,, Thin Is neeesHiirv so that School Board Board of sail County"
D, Rixli-ffcr, who presumably plans Commissioner John Tlllakos, act. \ ). HO may have nil oicleilv mannerIn County l In other business the Commission .
to purchase the properly on the Ing as chairman In the absence of checking over your property, ': Commissioner. Hospital, Board, guarded, a contract In mho

Northeast corner of the fourteenth Mayor E. J, Jchnson Jr., read the "+ .t. : "If you are dissatisfied with your Mosquito Control Board and Public amount of $1.125 to It. W, Johnson

and Beech Intersection for the purpose mctioit of the Planning and Advlt- -'., nl'W'alue and hove reason (ul Health, prepare their budgets anda of 11111 lard for posing of school bui
think It Is too hlxh bemuse of millage In levied bused on those driveways at the Callahan schools
of office streets be doted possible
building a professional Board that the
building also asked that the ory and said that he was In favor of SECRETARY OF STATE TOM I ADAMS, during a tour of the local di>'isl n of Container error then II Is up to you 1111 I budgets, This total mllluue levied 'I A letter was read from Dr. B, F.

street be left as Is. Immediate action on the question, Corporation of America pause! in the woodyard for a chat with Willie Sweat), bring It to the attention of the Tax Is multiplied by the assessed value WcxiUcy., health officer commend.

Joseph W Crook local contractor : Commissioner Bohannon, who has I I millwright Conducting Adams on the tour were Slate Rep. Claude Wingate left, and Assessor. Most all of HID complaints and your lax dollar Is determined, ing the Commission for providing!

who used the word "we" In not expressed approval of the proposed I 1*. R. Entzminger, manager of the Contain" timber division, ,right. On Wednesday and questions ran be hand. Each Board Is responsible for only the fine new building at Yulee to

speaking In behalf of Rodeffer and closing suggested that it evening of last week, following the tour of the mill Adams spoke to the Concora Club II led before the Board of KquiilltaI ONE part of your tax dollar, You house a health I clinic i I I

a proposed medical center, said might be best to wilt for a full during their regular monthly meeting at Seaside Inn. I I I lion meeting In September If the! can not hold responsible any ONE: : A teller was, also read from Secretary .
that It would be difficult for them'to '' Commission before resolving the differences can not be settled then Board for your whole tax bill The of Slate' Tom Adams commending .

secure financing If the street problem I you have the rluht to appear before tnxpaver should pay more attention the efficient handling of

were closed and abandoned He At this point Mrs. Penton asked Gov. Bryant Beach Caldwell Cites the Board of Equalisation, to pre. to the total budgets as adver- the recent second primary electiop.

suggested that the street be left! Bohanmm If he thought he could Weather sent your case Again, the same,: Band In the paper each year One Adams commended, Marie Slruss,

"status quo"Slurgcss act fairly on the matter since he I ReportSteve i Continued from Pago One! ) m nnor and procedure MUST be ran learn a lot this coy I Slgiervlstrr of Iteglstratlem, and all

spoke up and old that represented Stevenson as a real I (Continued from Page One) Rich Olismer sis on tills aspect ;of' followed by subniltlliiu In writing "The Equalization program has l'h'I'IIIIn olfil'lrjs' ) surd praised the
community
the discussions began after the request estate broker. She suggested that I The members of the Board welcomed Weather Station at 2G6I MueGrrgor life, on the forms fiiinlshed by the! Tux taken about 41. days longer than eh:J.I"uh'r!'! I in'mini as a healthY I
Blvd. Assessor's olfiic. I I: we anllclpHted, this due let such attitude In civic pride' !, \
for rezoning and that no demands ho might wish to withdraw or dls- Blankenshlp to his new position The weekly Is more of a personal '

for opening I the streets : i qualify himself from. the voting on I and pledged full support toward Max Win Rain accounting\ of the people' of the T
cited I Thursday Aim, 6 87 74 0
been made until that time (Ic the mutter.Bduimon. the betterment of the Nassau I community, where the dallies ate
that the opening would create pusslble said that he did not' Friday. Aug! 7 87 78 T '
school system. concerned with the larger aspect'
trafllc on three sides of his feel! similar occasion In the past I I In routine business session (the Saturday, Aim, B !W 74 T I eif, slate and national tile : MOVE UP TO QUALITY. ;

home and In this he objected hud affected his judgment and that Board handled a number of teacher Sunday Aim. II UO 73 T Caldwnll expressed the Idea thai I .:

Mrs. Penton echoed Sturgeon and he certainly did not Intend to disqualify appointments and resignations Monday Aug, 10 112 74.65 the advent of I the bridge connect InK ''

sold that she too did not relish himself. and appointed bus drivers for the Tuesday, Ang, U\ (II 74 T M, Marys and Fernandina lic>/ieh Use Premium Milk
the prospect of added tralflc. She At this point Sorensen suggested coming school' term Wednesday' Aug 12 H4 77 II' Is not far away and tiled sl.illslle's'' Jersey :

cited Ih'lI' t If access drive were I that he would prefer tu postpone s The School Board meets regular. which have been compiled on the .

desired for the rezoned property decision to the next meeting since ly on the first Wednesday after the Just Ramblin'Continued nuinlH-r of people which this new1'I
they could be built by those Inter he missed one of the meetings al second Monday of each month. route can be depended upon loi Another First! THE: TASTE WILL TELL"HOLLY ;
ested. which the subject was discussedand :: I
bring through ,
our community
I Members of the Board are Frank
Sturgeon: added (that opening the would like to further study the from Pure One) Bob Patterson of the Knoxvllle, I
E Walters chairman, J. B. Iliaglnbotham -
street would help only one person mother Walter Murray, Hubert once appeared outside one C, Lem- Trim, Kiwanis Club made up his HILL DAIRY !
and would hurt the others Involved Mrs Duprce and Mrs Blatchford Vaniant and Charles B. Junes, uel's Inn In the East during Re. attendance, Dean Oxlcy had as his NEW

Stevenson pointed out that "". asked that action be taken on the Boar attorney U II. W, Fishier, volutlonary War days The sign guest, Dean Blankenshlp recently ,
everyone gains but me" In that olh. street! to the South since they art read as follows: elected School: Superintendent for "ONLY INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVINGFERNANDINA : :
rei would gain property but he I the only legally affected properly I ,--- Rules of This Tavern Nassau County I PLASTICGALLON
II
would lose access to his rear lots ownenTUIakoi. 4 pence a night for bed I BEACH" ;
time and that decision was also
and would hive no way to bring In laid that he would pre I 6 pence for potluck I
I deferred until the Aug!, 26 meeting, JUGUnbreakable
1
water and sewers fer to act on both proposals at one In other business the Commission 2 pence for housekeeping Preston Shows i
No than five *
more TASTE THE DIFFERENCE
approved a license for Vcrnlta Hoi.
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to sleep In one bed (Continued from Page One) I
men to sell off-premlsei beer and ,
No boots to be In bed Guests at the meeting, presided
wine at 829 South 9th St. and denied worn I e
a request by Belle Williams to sell No razor grinders or over by new president W. E Bar. I : TASTE THE FRESHNESS .
tinkers taken In ben were Rev John Hunt, a i
beer on premises at 203 Broome St Light Weight
No dogs allowed In former Baptist minister here Bill ,
A request by John T Ferreira to ; Direct From Farmer To YOU !
the kitchen Hunt of Jackson Miss, the son of .
the North IS feet of Lol
purchase Saver
.
I I Organ grinders: to sleep Rotarian H, C, Hunt; Jim Vlnning Space '
4, Outlot 44, was granted It was
i In the wash house of Jacksonville, and Hughes' Harper ,, TASTE THE RICHNESS
pointed out that the property was
.
/ cD0b I'm not too sure what all you new Pontlac Buick dealerwel'k'i Easy To Pour
, once discussed for a lift station but
I would have gotten for the cxlia two | here i iAt
thai the city had no need for the I
pence for potluck but I do know List meeting!! program ReUsableNO
this time.A
properly letter at was read from the Chamber I today's high courts would hovel, chairman John Hooper presented Now At Your Favorite Store .
0 cared for the Organ Grinder, the I Jim Brown siifcty mipcrvlsor tif
of Commerce urging the city
We Put to acquire the boot launching fa. I razor grinder and the tinker. I the Rayonler Timber Division, who I DEPOSIT Ask For It
c 't' I ,showed! a film on the timber cut.
cllitlcs at Sportsmin's Wharf for ,
I just' rnn't understand the tax I, ting! operation of JUyonler In the
the since that fa.
operation by city I
DreamsTogether I I discontinued. they Impose on handbags for lad. Northwest, I
clllty was being
les. To me It seems just like adding - -
i The Commission unanimously approved
I lax for man'strousers
a pockets on a
this proposal and It was
I brought out the large number of a
it .
boats visiting here that require
this facility. It was noted that the Not that It means anything bull I i ..
I I the period at the end of tills sen-1 1
mono-rail will be operated In Us
present location until the Summer fence weighs .000000035 of an ounce j 1
II Or so say the nuclear scientists SATURDAY :
season Is over and will later be

I moved to an advantageous positionon I JJOP

city property New Pontiac Buick i
Commissioner Sorensen asked :
that I the Installation of a chain link '. AUGUST 14

If you're dreaming of a new car and wishing fence be discussed I oI e City BallPark I (Continued from Page One)
\ for tho He pointed out that the present Backs will enter Kcrnandlna Beach''
to it
money buy come in today and sea I Hlfih School, I
wood fence was getting In bad
us Our low cost auto ban saves you money need of repair and was fast becoming I The Harpers are miking their ,
and makes your dream car real homo at 2540 South Fletcher Ave

Sorensen an eyesore also suggested that additional I' nee I You are Cordially Invited to Visit Fernandina

I seating be provided for : In his advertisement Harper I
the South side of the football field stales that they will bundle Standard I

FLORIDA National Bank at City Ball Park 011 products and will have a
Beach's Newest
Automotive
I The Commission approved a complete automotive repair service Agency

-....-..,..""."....,. chain link fence to be built at the with factory trained mechanic' | ?
at Fernandina Beach
airport to protect equipment of the
"a Air Recovery Squadron, which uses I '

.. I the airport for training purposes at
rlp.y MbNt aM..y _."_ I

I came periodic breaking after and Intervals a entering.ENDOFSUMMER number The of cases request of I LBtJ.i. HARPER PONTIAC BUICK, Inc.

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SALE I
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IrJ1 l ABOUT 1 lie Miillsci YOUR arc liollnw SINUSES shores I PONTIAC TEMPEST LEMANS GTO ;1

In the horn of Hit- (lace. 'I lay
carry nut the following filmtiiiiin "-
: (1)) decrease Die weight
of the cranial lmnr; (III set ai a
111t=== oumlniK hoard to jove remiii. BUICK SPECIAL SKYLARK
sore' to sine I voice, and' (JI) provide

l- : NEW imomiiiK,: space:: air through:may circulate which:; and the:,' I

l tie warmed and I moistened I .
: ;:: .
"",. I Each of the sinuses ii lined I
t I Blacks.Docker* with mucous mimlMMnp" an extension Drive In Regularly For
of( the membrane
\ liningof I :
U
I 202 % DELUXE DRILL "
... the IHM.V, \\ hen a |person toss
-.w NEW U110UTllllr precision Midi. a brad] .III.II.r) indip-n/j. the info 1
'1 SANDER I Daring unit with ,...ee I 'lion may travel (mm, the once FREE FREE ;
UTILITY : _, lightl Compact)and additional power I into one or mire of f the, mu-r' I P3 PRODUCTS
W. {.! '7 I, k Dependable finish I Ntw, human inginurid A> a result, the sinus IIIIIIIK he-
DRILL KIT I ing under.U123H lundli.Five mine inlUmed, situ pun may WE WILL GIVE AWAY ON
26 featuring fiirni and, accumulate in the a
3k".P.P11'c: :: NEW U1S1C: I limit' cavity, I
Our Attendants
to send,polish-grind, Jill SAW KIT Often, infection of the imu
buff or drill. Sturdy metal case- I the remit of forciiiK illf"I'Iu
totes btadea-eersa material mtii", them l I.y violent In Condition. TRANSISTOR PORTABLE
r: Ub Utility: Jig Saw. I PIECES Ii klowiiiK' of the lillIe Sinus' infection Top Running .

... a13o 14the of Mimetimo f folloui the foreiiiK RADIO AND 5 DRINK ;
UTILITY t'.OOUTILITf.. 1.- I water and (Mctcru into
the I sum' -es ly tlmnx, while a
'OWERSAr DRILL I. ACCUSOIIY : i *
I nasal, infection' in (present, or l lip
.. 714"Sew/lor MT COOLERS.-
r I YEAR a nanal yrniKc or spray mi.urdat
tl V thterlclOIs) fREE SERVICE' Useful accessories treatment for a cold, The,

._' 29.Syi"It'ta9 eommued[re5suer 9.08 I for drill.nJ Ileclnc 3... \pa usually n that'due occur.lu welling in a sines and jo l I Factory Trained Mechanics Are On

.. apahenioM I closure of its outlet, and rrtcn. ALSO FREE COKES s
lion of studio and I'UI 'l 1 his '
condition j j. called acute IIIIIIM- Duty For Motor Tune-lips Wheel Alignment

tar I AND BALLOONS :
Points Grocery & HardwareDEALER There are many helpful drugs Brake
which ran hrniK welcome rchtf, I Adjustment or Any Major
from sinus pruliUmo. I FOR THE KIDDIES

FOR BLACK & DECKER POWER TOOLS Anyone who has |persistent i Repairs.
difficult I "' with! the mu.r' should' J ""1'1'> et> \
FIVE POINTS PHONE 261-5205 cun.u't a phymcian: to determine:::,: :
the l Lest meant of correction the .

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. ?'"'IS Fm.tf( "':" Kttv-Lencifi', fettmmv.na' )! r>tit
Hostess; >t To Wed August 28 tie) recent AII.StarIarchlng\ Clinic Allan! Jr.? aDd daughters, Linda

Garden Clubs Plan To The Mamie V held In Gainesville at the Unit and Cynthia and Miss Kay Askms

'I Repeat Vows August 9 I Mills Circle 'f I I verslty, was chosen most outstanding I returned home Sundry following a
Flower' Exhibits : ;f I Mr. and Mrs Charles Fetes of 'lr it lr girl marching. four day visit In Birmingham, Ala.

Fps Callahan Fair --->>, ,
r > Memorial Methodist Church net In Hlghtower of Bre.
Miss Nancy
their ,
Kent Crisp are daughter
its Dorsey Harris, son of Mrs
heprrnMilsttvos' from 11 J.
Milliard
Parish Hall\ on Monday Prior
tG Willie Mae Harris of St. Mans, Mrs Jimmy Rsgans of Gainesville yard, South Carolina Is the guest
Callahan end Fernandlna Beachgarden the meeting, delicious refreshments Oa. and James Harris of Yulee. Mrs, Crisp's brather.ln-law this week of Miss Glnny Markham
clubs met August 8 at the "
were served by the hostels,
The wedding' will be an event of and sister, \Mr. and Mrs. Russell'
Rcrrrntlon Center to make
plant Mrs, L. K. Nolan.
Adams and children, Russell Jr.,
Friday, August 28 al seveu.thhtyo'clock Miss\ Mary Thompson returned
for the tower displays for the
Mrs. W. W. Steward' Jr. eprftnll
I and Debbie of New Brunswick,
at the Yulee MethodistChurch. i home SaDurday after attending the
!Northeast Florida
Fair at Callahan
; the meeting with and welcomed
in October I prayer New Jersey her brother and sis summer session at Stetson Univer
the fourteen member' arid I
Vrs. H. J. frofirid ably as l litcdwtl'i one guest I present. No Invitations are being sent but tt'r.ln.I.Mr.. and !Mrs. Charles city Also visiting with Mary and
I schedule and other details all friends and relatives of the Stillwell and daughter, Karen of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
"The Importance the ClltId"I
Other representatives from the Hiblsdis I *w Spiritual Life program was given) couple are Invited to the ceremony Augusta, Georgia Thompson, was Miss Pall I Dans-
| arid reetptkm to follow In Fcrrcll of Coral Cobles. Other guests
HOBO and Azalea Circles by Mrs W. H. Runnel, and 'Mrs.I : Mr. and \Mrs. B B. Brown arrived year
wwt /pnncnt.Mrs R. B. Lockwnod presented the Mia.I Hall. \Monday from Omaha, Texas, arriving this weekend will be Mrs.
!\" Lucas, president of the Cal. I I 'I II. O Brown of Clermont, and Miss
slnnary Education program ",lit. for a visit with their son, Don
lafifn Garden. Club and Mrs. Put. Assn. Ann Humphrey of Atlanta.
led "Christian Women Leaders In Cemetery To Brown and family. '
cam, president riot!, orgnnl/ed I i,'
Pakistan". Johnson of
and Mrs. Harry
Meet August 19 !Hall and his Mr.
Y. E. daughter
and put Into form the many fine The members' reported having i Savannah, Ga spent last weekend
Grctchcn, In Atlanta andRome
titnicttlons and Ideal offered i were
by
made twenty-one visits It was also of Mrs. Johnson'sDaunts
The Boaque Bello Cemetery! As.sortition as the guests(
Ga last week. Returning
,
throe /present.'Circe del'Idcd to have a Jolot rtlttIftIa.e.ale will meet with Mrs. D. Mrs. Goldie Larrison and
I' home with them on Saturdiy was II
attractive niches I
type + 6a with the Edna Davis Circle to G. Humphreys on Wednesday, Aug.IB : Mrs. H V. Burgess, and Mr. Burgess. -
his son, Chipper, who has been attending
whloh will be", used were effective 3 ,
held I at a later date.
at 4:00 All members and'anyoni .
I beT I : p m. boys' school In Rome
ly-demonstrated hv Mrs. Elvln. | I September meeting Is to beheld Interested In the cemetery I II a
AC( a delightful covered dish I W. J. Courter, Jr.
noon in the home of Mr,. Henry are asked to attend! t Brother Giles \Morse Society ef Mr. and Mrs.
i
Ju"n" was served to the twcn- Calk I j I The Divine Saviour, Blackwood N. and children. of Norwich Conn.,

tytb| ladles who attended.PbJIy The circle was dismissed with I J., Is the guest of his sister, Miss will arrive \Monday for a visit with

I the:r benediction. Ruth Morse, and other their parents, Mr and Mrs. W. J,

Bloke Circle I PERSONALS' He wl1be\ remembered Courier, Sr.AIrman ,

Meets At Home of Faithful Followers friends as Ned \Morse rclatlvt'I'1 and Mrs. David Picket

Mrs. Middleton 'SS"Class MeetsAt Mrs. J.-C. McJunkin had as he' I Mrs R. L. Dupree has as guests \Mrs. J. L. Butler, and are here for IWO weeks with their

"JL w guest last week-end! her niece this week Sgt Winfred Herndon, vld and Johnny, arrived parents, Mr. and \Mrs. Ray Seville

The Polly Blake Circle of Five | Golden HomeThe and family, Mr. and Mrs John and family of Key West and Mrs from Charlotte, North Carolina to I and Mr. and Mrs Cecil Plikctt.

Points Baptist Church met at the REV AND MRS JERRY LYNN CURRY Faithful Followers Sunday Ertfcorn and children of Lakeland. Eslello Quenton of New Boston spend a few davi with her father, Sr. Mr. Picket Is on furlough from
j Mich. Joining the family during '
home of Mrs. Richard Middletonat I
I School Class of the Five Points Mrs. Pauline Lofton attended visit Is Mrs Herndon I Mr. W. M. Brocks, and two sisters, Eglin Air Force Base.
Amelia City on August!! 6. Miss Ann Nalli, daughter of Mr and (hey carried arm bouquets Baptist Church held Its regular Nancy
the graduation of her ,
son, Harvey Brooks of Charleston, S. C.l'ho Mrs, R. B. Lockwood, and \Mrs L.
The mooting was opened with and Mrs. James T. Nails of Yulee of long-stemmed yellow roses and monthly business meeting at the from Florida'State (PLEASE SEE PAGE (1)
University on 'I
will remain with Mrs, Dupree i E. Wollerl.I .
until
scripture taken from Provcrbi lit:
became the bride of Rev. Jerry .
greenery. home of \Mrs David Golden on August Angust S In Tallahassee where he
25-30 and prayer, by Mrs. Middle. Lynn Curry cf Birmingham Alabama Louie Curry served as best man 11.Mrs received a BS Degree in Educa. January when her husband I
Corp. Orlando Brooks, returns froma
ton. on Sunday afternoon, August for his brother. Groomsmen were Jim Armstrong led the devotional (tloi. Mr. and Mrs. Lofton and
Mrs. Thomas Hicks, who servedan 9, at Hedges Baptist Church. The Jerry Milton of Macclcnny and entitled, "Lest You For. Daidee will make their home in lour of duty In Australia. oW

chairman In the abseoce of Mrs Rev J. W Kerne of Apnpka, form. Dewey Alexander of Atlanta Ushers get", and prayer was offered by Orange Park this fall Mr. and Mrs Thus J. Shave I e etlaraeout e& o

Pat Lyons gave an Interesting out er pailor of the Five Points Baptist were C. C. McKcndrcc, Orval Mrs Tommy Carter. Jr., had as their wedt-cnd guests

line for Program" I, entitled, ."Be- Church, Belated! it the double Curry, brother of the bridegroom, The president, Mrs. Clyde Hie.: Mrs. C. Musslewhlte and their son and daughtcr-ln-law, Mr 'rev

fprfjhe> 70's. ring ernmony at four o'clock. and Lcsky Jones, both of Blrmlng- kox, opened the business session : sons, Mark and Owen of Jacksonville and Mrs Thorn J. Shave, III and

.Jlcs V Clyde Brazcll Introduced The bridegroom It the son of Mr. ham. and called for the old and new' are spending this week with son, Thomas Jefferson, IV, of Way. ,

thw.program for the month enjlt- : and Mri. M. 0. Curry. of Birmingham. Master Mike Curry, son of Mr business to be discussed. The sec her mother Mrs Jennie Sanders. cross
")
led, Irlplnll tho Church Fulfill, Its .
and treasurer's
arid Mrs.Orval Curry, was ring. retary reports were
tahsion." As the guests assembled, Mrs. W. rend and approved. A social was Rev. and Mrs. Don Collins are Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jackson,
bearer.
Following the program t' short II. Flood) rendered a program of discussed, as the previous cook-out vacationing In New Orleans with I friends of the T. W. Oliver's, are
busiaoi scislon was conducted by nuptial music tt the piano and accorrrpanled Given In marriage by her father had been postponed due to rain. het' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. vacationing at the beach They plan I II

Mrsv Hicks, after which she dI. Mra. Velma powe of the lovely brunette bride was rad The) hosteii served delicious refreshments Smith and will alas in Fairview, to return to their home In Memphis .

"mlsied with prayer.Durlag St. Petersburg as she sang, "0 lant In her magnificent gown of of punch, cookies, chips, Missouri with Ms parents Mr and I In about two weeks.
I social hour refreaaIrirnts Perfect Love," and "The Lord's peau de solo and Imported, reem- nuts, and mints. Mrs. 0. L..' ColHns. They will return CREATED 6YI
were served to those ores"cSOJrs. Prayer" broidered Alencon lace, worn pols. next week. Mr. and Mrs. T. B, Putnam I and I
Members Mrs. Jim
were "
Cecil Blatock. Mrs. Clyde cd over layers of starched net and present : son Timmy and Mrs, L. Grunwaldof
A beautiful candlelight setting I
Branch
Armstrong Mrs. Stanley ,
BrMoll. Mrs Curtis Bryson,- Mrs bridal taffeta. The moulded Dior Pam' Wallace Pam Klttrell Barlow arrived Saturday for a W "ho112
the branched candelabra
provided by
Mrs..
Mrs Curtis Bryson, Tommy
Bird
Mary Elizabeth Bird and
TcJJJmy Carter, Mrs. Clayton Ens.Uvting bodice was enhanced by a becoming two weeks vacation on the beach,, i
holding lighted Cathedral tap. Eanls: Mrs. .
I Carter Mr.-Arm.neat Kathy DuBois have returned after .
Mrs. Pauline Gaines, Mrs. the twin floor rounded neckline and elbow Mrs Geraldine Scott and daughter ,,
ers, complemented
David Golden, Mrs. Clyde Hfetox,
week the Girl'sAuxiliary
spending a at
Thomas Ricks Mr!.'James Nines, baskets holding white gladioli, length sleeves. The bodice, and Sandy of Daytona Beach and
Mrs. Ferretl Lee, Mrs. 'Eugene
Mrs. W. Parker, Mrs Ronnie chrysanthemums and greenery, on I front of the floor length, bell-shaped Moon, Mrs. James Nuaei Mrs Camp In King's Ferry. son Bill of Coco, have been the

I Hyeri t and Miss Doris Middleton, each side of the altar skirt were Interspersed with floral C Henry Skipper Mrs Jerry Thomas Mr.-lnit Mrs. Al Blanchard and recent guests of Mri J. C. Mc. '

Hwkept the nursery for group Miss Jerri Nails, sister of the I design appliques of lace. In back, Mrs. Clayton Tlpplns, Jr., and Mri family have returned from a visit Junkln. CARAT

member.. bride, was maid of honor. BrIdes. wide panels with lace appHquti Franklin Townsend. to Louisiana where they attendedthe hey and Mrs. Jim Stertz and t TOTAL WEIGHT
formed watteau Chapel train.
maids were Miss Ksy Walker of a ceremonies for Blllle Aline family are visiting this week In A
"Bernice Lowe Birmingham and Miss Willie Mae She wore a Queen's crown of seed Stafford.AsheNuptials Southwlck? now Sister Maureen of Tallahassee with Dr. and Mrs. I. I OF DIAMONDS

Giles of Port St. Joe. Junior brides. pearls and sequins secured to a the Sister's of St. Joseph who B. Harrison and family. ?

Circle Slates maids were Miss Jean Nails, sister bouffant, fingertip veil of sheerest To Be took her first vows In Chastity,

Party 20 of the bride, and Miss Debra Pra- Illusion. She carried a heart bouquet Poverty, and Obedience In New Cherrl Edenficld Diane Poole y $ 239r0
August
i they of Atlanta. Little Miss Pam of yellow' rosebuds and daisies Held August 21 1 Orleans on August first. Sister Laura Sorensen, Clenda! Edwards, yWf ,

The Bernice Lowe Circle of the White of Birmingham was flower Internicrsod with poufs of silk > Maureen known to her friends Jean Entzmlngpr, Judy Pipkin ,
tulle and satin I leaves held with Mr. and Mrs James H. Stafford :| Pickett, and Peggy 1'.I
i
Memorial Methodist Church Is girl here as Blllle was a frequent vis.i Dorothy .
4 sponsoring a Stanley Party at Par.,, The attendants wore similar satin tlbbons caught In Sweetheart of Jacksonville announce the'-en- nor to Fernandina Beach, and Is Thornton left Saturday to attend I M .,.. I/!"
of
their ,
RagFmenl daughter Nancy
bows
lull Hall on 'Ehurnday; \ ,-..August| 20. gowns of buttercup Org nim over I the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Blanch the Dixie Twirlorama to be heldon 1 In"t
Ruth, to Kenneth Palmer Ashe, ( 8 diamond bridal
.
10:00 AM. UIILJl..12:00: nonif: Deri\ mnlthlng taffeta, designed with I Immediately following the ceremony ard. the Georgia Military Academy t let
onstratlon win be at 10 o'clock. All I fitted bodice, scoop neckline and a reception was held In the son of Mr. and Mrs P.lmer'AIIIe Campus In Pecatur, Georgia" The mountings of 14Kt.
Town Hall at Yulee. of this city. Miss Judy Jameson la visiting and will white or yellow gold
persons Interested are Invited to cap ..Ir'e... Their organra crowns girls traveled by train, EASY CREDIT' TERMS
The wedding will be an event of in
thIs'week with Miss Susan Crisp .
attend. secured I The bride's table was covered return on Sunday.
blusher veil
a matching
.-- '- with a handsome white damask August 21 at seven-thirty o'clock Cherekee, North Carolina. I I I .- wrLw Oi (f'f3; Ri
at the Church of Christ of Latter I Miss Kay Johnson, daughter ol
I cloUt and centered with a beauti Day Saints In Klngsland, Georgia. Y. E. Hall left thin week for Bar. Evening appointments to nee diamondsmay
I Mr. and Mrs. II. D Johnson arrived
fully embossed cake of !tiers mounted :
bados, West Indies, where he has
All friends and relatives are Invited j be arranged by calling 2613635.
Tucsi i
; : on while column pedestals and to the ceremony and reception business Inlerl' l.. on the Queen Elizabeth ,

topped with a miniature bride and to follow In the RecreationalBuilding I day, after a tour of Europe. She
See for Miss Eunice Ferreira nrtce of
us r bridegroom will remain with her parents for :
Serving cake were Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ferrcira, spent | ROBISON JEWELRY CO.

your sickroom I Piths und Mrs Walter Johnson, Sr. this last week with her Girl Scout i a week before leaving for Miami ,'
I! M.... Frank Williams and Mrs. their attendants at a buffet supper Troop of Lanett Alabama camp. where she will be teaching In the ATLANTIC AND FOURTHCarrier

suppliesWhen James Knowles presided at the at their home on South I8th St. on Ing at Fort Clinch State Park. fall. i
8.During. .
August! I
: punch bowl. -- - -
I the evening the couple Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fellows '
Miss Kay Thompson kept Ihehrlde'
of turned to their home In East
presented appropriate gifts remembrance -
book and Miss WIIU0 MM
Illness strikes, to their attendants. Georgia after visiting Mr. and re'I'
Gllra caught/ the bride's bouquet
it'a reassuring/ to I For their wedding trip, Mrs. Enjoying the affair with the wed. R. W. Douglas Year 'round .
I Mr. and Mrs
ding party were
know that you have I Curry selected a two-piece summer Mrs, Henri Perry and children J ,
James T. Nails, Mr. and Mrs M. I
: everything on hnnd suit of olive green, worn with' 0. Curry, Mrs. Dorothy Roberts Edl and Dixie t are visiting this week
matching: accessories and n cor. Mrs John Doug-1 i
with her mother,
for the patient's bet. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Prather of
I y sage of yellow rosebuds lifted from lass her brother.ln.law and sister, i
ter health, comfort. I her bridal bouquet Atlanta Mr. and Mrs Buford H Blatchford, and and
I Walker, Mrs. Orville Curry and Mr. and Mrs. T. Air Conditioning Heating
I I Upon thdr return they will be at sons, and Miss Kay Thompstn. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Douglass and
I hrme In New Oilcans.Rehearsal family.
I i
Birmingham, Rev. and Mrs. Frank
I Party Williams and Mrs. W. H. Flood,
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Shurley and i I,
j Mr. and Mis, C, C. MiKenriree Yulee. Mrs Velmn Rowe St. Petersburg children Ange and Fletcher, returned ,

.. entertained\ ; ,(the ,honored! couple and and Mrs Thomas Cr08by.r home Tuesday after a trip i I

1 JSTEGER D.RUGCOMPANY. ... or-T-'I' I T T----------- r r .... .;, to Clncthaltl, Ohio where thee attended ,i' e h rt '

: ',' A Cool 'Summa Trio'E' the wedding of Mrs. Shur. Only$2Q79

ley's nephew' Boyd Anderson Hopkins 1NhyWall A
Use
"'; ""
; ; to Miss Martha Maxwell on I

207( Atlantic Ave. I'hnnc 201-1237: :) \. y- -J Saturday. Enroute home they vis.
t. Ited In Atlanta with Mrs. Shurley's

If' brother John R. Shurley. I I Heater

---- Miss Nancy White has returned ,
t'i ... .
:_ after a visit In Allendale, South' Or Window Unit
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: ,,... .. J. j Carolina with Mr. and Mr. T. J. I'
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en'
Mr. and Mrs Roland Dnprec i|

I' were called to Charleston, S. C. First Class
I'S recently because of the death of {
Han
Theatre his grandmother II Mrs Maggie'Cadeil i', With A NO

1 who died In Bakers Hos. |

Phone 201-4849 pltal at the age of 84. Funeral wa.ht'td '
C. E. Reach Mgr
uPAYMENT
In Bureau Corinth Cemetery, -- -
No Matinees\ Except For Special Shows ,.
ij// Buncau, S. C. on July 24. I! -
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hugglns! have CentralDuct

FRIDAY & SATURDAY as their guests this week their ann DOWN

Robert of Atlanta Mrs Huggln's
AUGUST! II & l 13: mother Mrs L II Barber her

7:30:: p.m. Successful summer entertaining( can be easy as a brtete with brother and family, Mr. and !Mrs,
three simple recipes-a cool I,cool beverage; a light,unusual dessert; Eugene Barber Rhnnda and Gregof

"THE RACERS" i and The deliciously beverage crisp suggested cookies here Is Iced Instant ColI'ee-dark, cool, Cednrtown, Georgia. i I Includes 2 Ton

refreshing. This Ideal summer drink is my to maks in a carafe Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Galphln, I IGall
with instant quality of( .e. For dessert, Coffee Jelly is a bit differ. and Ricky have returned I at. Air Conditioner
9:20: p.m. ent and at the same time easy on the hostess, since It can be made I
ahead and nerved when needed,paired with four favorite chocolate ter spending' I several days In At.lanto !
cookies with relatives, and attendingthe : System With 5 Outlets
"SON OF
CAPT. BLOOD"SEAN Iced Bassist Coffee graduation of Mrs. Galpliln's

FLYNN 1 1/3 to 1/2 cup Instant Maxwell House\ Coffee sister, Louise Montgomery Story.

... 4 cups water Mrs. Story received her BS In
(Son of Errol Flynn) Ice rubes Nursing from FSU In Tallahassee
..
ANN TODI) Place Instant coffee In a carafe or a pltclier. Add small amount on August! I. Cathy and Peggy re.
of water and mix J well. Gradually add remainingwater, stirrinsrveil. malncd In Tallahassee with their CALL FOR
Pour over Ice In tall I glares Serve with: cream and sugar, if aunt, and will return this weekend
TECHNICOLOR i desired \Makes 1 quart or ( servings FREE ESTIMATENO
T. H. Meek of New York City,
Coffee ,Jelly
1 envelope unfavored spent several days here last week OBLIGATION
SUNDAY & MONDAY 1/8 teaspoon salt
gelatin 1 cup boiling. water as the guest of Mr and Mrs. E. N.Robert. .

AUGUST 16 & 17 t tablespoons sugar 1 cup\cold water .. Mr. Mewks Is the Works
3 table.pcon.lnstant J Whipped cream or Manager of the Ore Division of
"RHINO" quality coffee custard sauce Union Carbide Corporation with GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GAS CO.

I Combine gelatin! sugar Instant coffee and salt Add tailing1 offices in New York.
Mater and stir until gelatin is dissolved. Stir in cold water Pour
,,Jllmed Entlnrely In Africa In Glorioun Technicolor into individual molds. Chill until Arm-about 3 hours. Unmold. Mrs. Bill Bragg of Orlando spent TELEPHONE 225.5146 TODAY YULEE, FLORIDA
I I Serve with whipped cream or custard sauce Makes about g.1/' hut weekend whit her grandmoth. .
cups or 4 servings. cr, Moe. .S, U. SwoaftngeU ,

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I force Seymour's defeat hurt the I through the line were taken prisoner I The peninsula of Florida, present., I|
rause very much About 500 Un Brigadier-General Hatch ordered log as H does quit one-half of the I ;r I SOLD liy
FLORIDA a'. .' lion men, deserter and Negroesare / a hundred cavalry and Iwo roast of the Confederate! ..tlll'1Rt.-
In the vicinity of Cedar Keys pieces of artillery to move out fords grpnt opportunities" for evod- THROUGH THE
and are now raiding toward firm Baldwin lo assist the Fcrterfll Inn the enemy's Mix'kadcrs. and .
A HUNDRED | Gainesville. The people confident force The Federals etrmr the hilnglng In supplies! for the Government WANT ADS
YEARS ADO ly expect re-enforcements will be Confederates back towards (he !MM ;t. Many deserters from the "
sent to Florida It Is thought none 'irv's but took no pristine The armies of Virginia and Northern a 1.7 .
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/ hare vet arrived The present Union less Is one man killed, aid GporKla. ns well UK from the troopsof
Edited SAMUEL
by PROCTOR force li variously estimated at between four taken prisoner Horich, are rolleclrd In the

1,010 to 2000 men The Infantry Confederate General Jmksnn to. swamps and flint nesses of Taylor,
I OOooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooo are mostly the new Issue, I day forwarded the following rimmunlcHllon I.a l\" elp| Lew and ol her conn- Get the "Natural Look"
shall advance the force at Bald. to Richmond: "II ivlim, III'slnd have nrgnnlrrd, with run-
Published by August 3 Union Fleet Captain I win to Bnrber'a and take up the w r 1 at applied/ to Major General !Samuel; ninny \ruroes, binds for the purpose in Your Color Home Movies!
FLORIDA LIBRARY AND Drayton writes to Captain Thorn. rails eif the road from that pointto rt n Jones, commanding I the I Department cf committing depredations
Baldwin, If you think I hid bet. of he( pl.inliilicins and oflonl /
HISTORICAL COMMISSION: ton A. Jenkins at Ponsacola urg.<< 1 South C.iiollnn, (Ceeri'ln. upon props ANSCOMOVIECHROM8
ter try the raid through Alachua nli/rns In running off their
mid Floricln
CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL for rl''nllll'l'l'n'I'n's.II'hh'h .
Ins (hit the monitor Tecumseh !bp i idispatched ,
COMMITTEE to Mobile to assist Ad.I and Marlon I will by thnt time be \ hr Informs mp hp Is nnnlile slaves those drprrdalory bands'
208 Valencia Avenue mlral Farragut In his attack: "If reinforced and will\ try the thing: lo furnish I feel It my d'itv' In h- hll"1''I'n threatened' the sltrs r1
Cora! Gable. Florida 33114:\ I you can get the Tecumseh out 10. Union General Hatch In a Idler bor the condition of nlfalrs In this Tallahassee, M"dlllllll.111ft Marl-
Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR morrow, do so; otherwise I am to the commander of the Union DP. district, and lo bring/! In )'ollr1111'11- gnus. It Is very desirable In complcle .
University of Florida pretty certain that the admiral partmoni of the South, asks, "Cin lion certain farts which In my lice railroad l'Ollnl'l'Ulln I betucrn FILM
not persuade some of the submarine Llvp Oak III and,
Florida
you
judgment, show how
won't wait for her. Indeed I thinka I "Son of Capt. Blood filmed eminently
In technicolor
August 2 The 102nd U.S. Col.) fellows to come here (Jacksonville and ,starring prrner II Is that these reenforcpmrnls I.auton, Georgia, thu uniting the
ored Troop are aboard the steam very little persuasion would hav, I ) and get the St. Miry1* Sean Flynn, son of Errol Flynn, can he seen' At the Han I should be sent from some Florida] systems of railroads with,

er Canonicus. enroute to Jackson. taken him." in today and less tomorrow up? She Is a fine vessel and Is not Theatre. Friday and Saturday. August! It and 15. quarter. The most valuable por. that of Georgia! To procure the ..rR
vIDe where they will report to Brig. |I I Injured The Navy will never do it lions of Florida are the middle ices for that purpose It Is absn.lulely J1Ar
adler General Joha P, Hatch. General John p Hatch recently and are not trying" West with Rear Admiral Bailey\ I ed the necessary proficiency I counties of the peninsula, Alnihua, ncTPssnrv Ihal1'1'' hold Baldwin .
Colonel William Miner I assigned commander of the Fed I II 1 I The Conferedate command at I which Is at the crossing of 1m-
formerly aboard. Captain T. p, Greene If The llght-lnfantry drill will be best Marlon, end other counties In (hit t
of the 1st and 3rd Florida, who eral District of Florida, arrived in Charleston writes Brigadier Genera the road from Fern.indlna to Cedar
was I commanding East Gulf Block. adapted lo this service, and to the vlrlnllv., Its productive rapacity Is
tcrlously wounded tome months Jacksonville tonight aboard the I\ al J. K. Jackson, In charge of Confederate i ading Squadron, and Bailey li habits of the seamen" very great and the clwicter cf' Kevs, and the road from Jacksonville .
ago( and who has been In charge of Mary Benton The Delaware] one I' forces In Florida: "The I I turning to Oyster Bay, Long:: : I.i I August t 9 Acting Master L j lit supplies of IlIl'sl101abl1'01111' to Tallahassee, The enemy
the Confederate Conscript Bureau of the vessels accompanying the Major-Genera) commanding! Is not "to recruit his health" The San I Nlckerton. USS J. S. Chambers to the Confederacy The sugar innl, now hold that pI"lltlon.'hll'h Is
In Alabama and Florida was to- Mary Benton went aground com. less concerned than yourself In re. Jaclnto while, on blockade duty In : off Indian River Inlet Informs Key syrup| there produced rannol', I fertlflrel onIII sides The forcesof
day commissioned Brlgadlei Gen. Ing up the river and the Canon'! Bard to the condition of affairs In i the Gulf of Mexico recently had West that sickness on board his believe, he supplied from any por. the ('n'DlY.III obtained from reliable -
eral In the Confederate army cm Is being sent down to lighten Florida He sees fully your necessities I twenty-seven cases of yellow fever vessel has now "assumed the form lion of the country In our possession soui'ccs, |II about 2,000 In
The Federal tender schooner I her but unfortunately has no aboard. I of a most malignant fever and In. I I From official and other data, Baldwin mid 1 1.500 at Jacksonville
Stonewall, attached to the J. L, The 8th U.S. Colored Troops were I I means of supplying them The I August 8 Late last t night a de. rreised to an alarming extent T'I.I I le.irned that the product of nrmyRII"I1. All I he troops that I have been
Davis, with six men aboard, mov. sent! to Palatka] and they arrived destruction of railroads, etc.. and I tarhment of Confederate cavalry I day we Imve on sick and blnnatle .. will\ amount annuilv, to iihlp to cimcntntp amount to -, .
ed up the Manatee River today to Just In time to save a drtachmrpi 1 the rapture of Tallahassee will be I arrived at the home of a man list Ihlilv-clphl. over two-thirds of 23 mil( head l of beeves. riiiil| : to 10 .iSlei I These consist of rrsprvps, e Processinglncluded.e
Manatee which was attacked A of twenty.five Union cavalry, Oael| the main objects of the enemy named Gonzales at the mouth ot our numlX'r, Three! of my office) million pounds; one thousand. hogshead dismounted revelry, semi artillery) Moviechroms 8 Daylight for
large saw and grist mill with 13 officer and two privates were 1 loot.The Use the force you have to the best Bayou Grand When the Southern. I were taken down last night and art i I I of sugar; a thousand gallons acting as Infantry, with 8 few cavxlry -,, outdoor scenes. Indoors, use
steam engine and fixtures were I. 34th and 102nd US. Colored advantage to defeat them. This Is I ers set fire to the property the very sick. I have lost four men by of sirup, equal by exchange to 4 and six pieces of Moviechrome 8 Type A
destroyed Told that three mile Troops are presently enroute ti I all you can do; all that can be expected I light attracted the attention of death since t the fifth I Instant, bury. million pounds bacon; 10 Ihoinmud There are other troops[ of all under with photoflood bulbs.
farther up the river there was a Balwln. of von; -" I: Federal ships standing olf shore tog one this morning. There are a I head of kegs equal to I million Amounting to about 180 men
sutfar mill belonging to President August 4 In a letter to Major : -: General William Blrney's brigade I I, Federal Brigadier General Asboth number of ethers I have but little I I pounds of bacon; 50 thousand, sides thp command of Cipliiln TrfthlsMiANSCeVahiMtNext
Jefferson Davis the party ascend.ed General J, G. Foster command. from Florida, numbering 3,(two effectlves (District of West Florida I reports hope for The few remaining! who of leather, equil 1 to -pull'* hnes' In the neighborhood of /nlt'klsun'l
the river and found an cstab.llshmrnt log the Federal] Department of the has arrived at Hilton that according to "refugees and i have Ilt'is far escaped are mush a handled thousand birroU of fish nillng ns a core of observation and
which last year alleged.ly I South t General Hatch discusses tits:: (Head, South Carolina I II |, deserters," there are three com1 worn down bY nursing the sick I ll (m labor afforded), equal In 10Dim( for protection.' In order to ronrrni I i
made: over 1,500- hog.head"of plan to occupy the country from I August 3 Acting Master L. 1 panics of the 15th Confederate Cav. ran raise barely enough well men I pounds fish Ornnges ('awI'C'1lnd Irate 1 Hit: lucre I now have, and I
sugar luo-thlrds of which was the St. Johns to the Simnnnre Riy. Mckerson, commanding the U, SI I airy and four pieces of artillery at I to man a boat. I do not think It Is sour), lemons\ limes, arrow root, whirls I U stationed on I Ihr South
sold to the Confederate commissary or He says the he will need "threeor I sdionncr James S Chambers off Pine Barren Bridge and three yellow fever but never saw suit blockade goods, lion Fork if HIP SI. Mary's River I
[persons
department. After breakingup four more regiments and another the Indian River reports that no. 'I companies; of the 7th Alabamai suffer so much and become I Counting: : the:: boron: at one::IIlrcr'; have lie-en cbilged lo strip Middle

as much of the machinery an battery a large force will thing of Importance has transpiredsince i i Cavalry rear Contain] (ion the so reduced In such short time. The a pound and beef and fish lo one and U cut Florida of all force, rven
possible] the loaded shells were I I I be required," He reports a conver. lie arrived at this station Pensalcola Railroad), The railroad aymptcms are much the same as I pound lo the ration, thorp nip rnenl for theii defense against raids of
placed In various parts of the en. nation that he had "with a Colonel I other than "an unusual amount ot I between Mobile and Pollard As those of that disease" Captain rations, 45 million:: r'ii.il| :lo the deserters and Negrors. I do not I
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nine and the building as set afire, Wilson, a very strong Union man 1 sickness on board. It broke out I both says, "Is more closely guard. Greene Is sending the steam tug I supply] of 2r>0 thousand: ,,, for: IHO' days deem It prudent to attack the force
The shells\ exploded and the factory and Ms the reputation of having bout ten dabs ago; It assumed a-I i ed than before especially at Per. Honeysuckle, with, Assistant Sur. (six months), It muxl be horny In al Baldwin] with the available I
burned to the ground. The been one throughout the War. He i I form of an epidemic" Over dIdo Station" peon J, II Mflcombcr who, has I mind that by a proper system of mixed command now at my disposal
Federals] report no casualties. Is very desirous of having us oc. third of the crew are on the I Sailors are frequently called upon Just arrived from the North medleal rxdiangrs, luc'h1M cloth for sugar with' nil the odds of numbers'
list and the" was duties far removed and position against ml!', Yet I
---I surgeon among ,I to perform stores a supply of Ire and and sirup and these for hmon
I the first taken III, although he from ordinary seamanship.) This "eight acclimated contrabands" lu I these ran be" secured al a much deem It all Important Hint the enemy .
now Improving Mekerson Rear Admiral Dahlgren I the Ilinn should be dislodged from Bald.
say.I date Indian River "to assist In whatever lesser cost to Cnnfedermy
LADIES.I Tired of Cooking? I I I "the sickness It very I'j writes to his commanders In the way the enfeebled] crew In any other mode The mimhur of I, win To effeel this desirable end,
but no cases are fatal as yet." South Atlantic Blockading Squadron I I of the Chamber. barrels ol fish Is a mere oslim.ile I I 1 think Ihnt 8 fore erf 5,000 men, Door To Merle Norman
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DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO! I August 6 Federal] Captain on the subject of naval Infan ,i General Hatch Informs General of those:; that arc ac'qiiiilnted will wits of whom, a considerable portion Ctwrmetfc' Studio .
happenedthat should be veterans, should be cm.rrnlriilrcl "
Jouett commanding the gunboat try: "It has frequently I Foster that he has visited Baldwin the flKherys. Old flshervs and new _..
White You Shop At Booth's Market Melacomct arrived at PensneoU I the peculiar nature of the "where there are now three rcgl. ones have he-en ordered to be1 opened I lit or near the, 8t. Mary's --- -

7 Hot Dogs $1 1 V Fried Chicken $1.25 today at noon Ills vessel In carry. ties In this command has ments of Infantry a battery and by (the secretory of wnr I trestle, TRADE' AT HOME'
tug both Federal and Confederate the service of bodies of men to dll'l the 75th Ohio. Scouts are made .-
7 Hamburgers $1 ( Family Size $2.00)) wounded from Mobile. I landed from vessels to art for from there dolly, and the third -
August 7 Captain A. O. Mao. short time as Infantry assisted destruction of lie( railroad toward
Shrimp $1.25 Donell of the tat and 3rd Florid, light fleldpleces. In order to meet Lake City Is being completed We
was captured today In the fighting similar exigencies commanders ol find the Job of destroying a railiroqd .
Bar-B-Que Ribs or Chicken $1.25 along the lines southwest of At. vessels will tuke pains to select' a much more difficult one
lanta. He will probably be sent to I'| than/ the accounts of the raids In
such
from their crews men as may
QUICK SERVICE- Phone 261.5965 the Federal prisoner of war camp Virginia would lead one to suppose .. i'z aItign',
on Johnson's Island In Lake Erie I seem to have a turn for this kind I,,.WewlI) be thorough! with this ono
709 South' Eighth Street : The USS. San Jarlnto\ arrivedat of duly and have them drilled with I yesterday reoccupied Magnolia ,'.0 ?
New York today from Key null arms until they have attain I Intending It aa the point from
---------- L J which to start raids; also as a I
point, for refugees and Negroes to ,

I,reach the river. As soon as the Choral S lmputa Sport Coup..r .
troops arrive I shall commence
the movement With the force lit
Baldwin I will threaten Lake City
I to cover the raid, which will sweep
through Alachua and Marlon and
come out at Palnlka. I will occupy N
that point temporarily after (the
movement commences The farce
COMMERCIAL I that threatens Lake City will fallback

to Magnolia IlI'n no longer
I needed to cover the1 movement
South and will occupy a line near
.
I the river to prevent torpedoes be. arwr oar,
Ing ]laid down and l tll< assist refugees. I
; The troops guarding the railroad Cheep IT Nan Sport Coup.IMMMeaelNi. _
to Baldwin will fall bark It
Camp Flnegan when the mtives
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shall not Injure the road tills Hide
of Baldwin but will cut that ti
Cedar Keys In a few platen, A
I great many refugees Are comingIn ,
I or crossing the river uhove *, i'i {'v- ,H<4 C Iu Inlalllrlai ,

,.. ._.. I brre. To this time over wven hun
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; j 1// JIf'f. this place I do nut despair of ruts sf t r
'is'A'Speddltu With Us'.aJ ._,. JM a regiment ol( cavalry If I can OCitrruie'flsmszuClubCanp.America's
get the horses to nmiml them So
far only fIIteen men are actually >(
enlisted!, but if any of the Mate agents -
will clime here will the
bounty money I will have four
'companies Immrill'itcly. Tlie- men
need the for their families
Chech:, your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Business I who come money In pc-rfi-clly destitute"' best sellers.

General Hitch also says, "The .
I weather Is horrll>!e: ruin hulf tin1:
Cards Office Form other kind of printing
or any you time, and (thc nun liiti-iisly hot In

and call.Jf the August Interval.10 "- Conftilrritp, raval. Your best buys !I 1
may require if the quantity is low just give us a .
ry and a elrtai'lime'nl of the 102mlU.
S. Cclorcd troops nklrmiiihrd today .
near Biildwln A "se-etlun of the I
railroad In front of Bnlilwln! was

we have printed for you before, a phone call will start dcKlroyed i Now at your Chevrolet Dealer'sStamN j

Federal 1 tcncrril 1 Aibnlh at Pen.sacola .
: ; I
Is notified I Unit "the opera,
our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our tlons In the vicinity of Mobile may I .

determine the IteheU to make I m :

fingertips of all printing produced in our plant. some dl'monNtr'Jtlunl against Pen. I Isarola I I ..
and the commanding Gen.
: to reason: : Amr'rlca'IIIHllnlcr ono Or possibly you'd prefer the carefree :
eral derlrcs thai be on your
you CUM: haw Rot to be- your 1"'lot Loy"l Coiv.ur. .

this guard kind against Keep your/any troops enterprise so well of : Again I this year that rni.ui! !. .v mr urcntSo com ahead. Choose!! your favorite :
I rst buys in any sire an nt year Chevrolet from among the 45 best way in tho world :
In hand that position will be
Our printers take pride in their; work and you are assuredof entirely secure your" ,dc'-iliT, oni-xtoj) Hho|>pinf; center to go hi the number one automobiles a

Auguo Tuke your |pick: But hurry. a
11 The Federal
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Perhaps: the Jet-amonth Sit m MM WO* IHt.*U SVMNo.1 The they're going
way
clean and no
a neat, accurate job. mancter of the* Union Departmentof
Chevrolet
the South tells Geoural Hatch -America'" best tolling hew moo Uwy'H all be '
In Florida that he wants "to se. /wiling aulomol.< Or may: IK; gone ;
cure enough railroad iron at Jack.wsseitle the fun-loviitg Chevy li so Better see your Chevrolet a

or Fernandma to cover an many jounjj families go steady dealer before a thing like that'
PHONE h-nivrMd that I am about building with these days YOU* CNtVROlET DUIM happens!

here (South Carolina). Get all the
261-3686 Iron you can from the Lake City Clrvlet'fkiWe'Clwtyff CaT+alrend corm2P. ,

or Road beyond\ Baldwin. Do But XA/CanlloJ l ifaesaliJ7Lxe" 10 Wflf-MwaIyettto however, let this Interfere with 09 seas :
261.3687 your raid,"
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER
August 12 Two companies of :
Confederate cavalry with a piece
of artillery advanced today against WOODWARD MOTOR CO.
the! 102nd U S. Colored troops who :'
were de-straying track near Balelwl -
*. A MMU fore of the 1iewM. Sonth FLA. 261.3638:1:
8th Street FERNANDINA BEACH, Phone :
fifth Ohio and two men pausing .



. Pug Six -*'"* News-Leader, Fernandlrm Teach, Florida THursday: August 13, 1964 t I something really, really beautiful' could not go out and find a glorl- TIm"'

and then take' cuttings later on to osa blossom of some. variety ,andI ":"
Susait and Patsy Bailey returned 'The i obtain an additional supply If want. think through neighborly gifts anda SAFETY
Personals recently after attending the Luth- Stork Club A) ed. For Instance, the new violet purchase or two we probablyhave IJ. SENTRY
eras Church: Camp In Grovcland, varieties are a far cry from the old some of several kinds.

Mrs. Ruth Mattox and Mrs Florida. Susan served as a counclor Recent arrivals at Humphreysemorlrl Garden Basket faded violets which set the stage One starts with a tan colored V- \\BYJANE DAVIS

Charlie Earl Harden and children at this camp. Hospital: r. for a change to watermelon pink. shapcd tuber which has a purplish .
Sharon, Karen, Stanley and Davidoff There Is more variety In the pinks Boating "Do' I "Dont'i"
.
,
Mrs Orvin of Alma Gcor.a at each for which
Kay eye apex, one
olkalon, Georgia spent Monday A daughter, Susan Elaine, born / HY JANE SCGFIELI) now loo. Several of the very light
with' Mrs. Mattox'i sinter, Mrs. Is a guest this week of the V. July 23 to Mary Lou and Daniel V j' .", shades, such as the appleblossompink pays twenty-five cents to about a After studying "do's" and

Thomas. Y. Crosby and family. H. Harper's.Joe Carter of Yulee. In looking!! through a back copy leok-nut for such a quality In the are quite desirable A final I dollar and.a half according to the "dont's"experts' of of Sentry safe' boating Insurance, safety an-

I Allen Jones will leave Fri. A daughter, Diane Elizabeth, I, of a garden maiiarlnc our attention choke of plants I word on the crape-myrtle Is Us de. i size of the tuber Why the V-shape pounce 10 most Important precautions -
Visiting this week with the TliadLee's day for Pahoke, Florida where he born July 28 to Jeanie and Eustls was urioslcd' by an article entitled What fits the above citcgory at sirability as a cut flower Its love. we do not know, for I It certainly for skippers. With surveys .
Is Mrs. Lee's sister, Miss Ivo will be teaching senior high school Sutton, 118 South 4th St. 'Bcaulilul but Inexpensive. Someof this rather difficult season ot the ly trusses of color seem to fit Into I docs not represent either the top or showing more' than half of
Evcrson of Waytross. Julie Lee his fall the plants mentioned do not fit year? A glance frrm the window i our summertime rooms as well as I, bottom of the tuber as In planting all accidents are fault of operator
and her aunt are vacationing for A son, Robert Vincent, born Au. easily Into North Florida climatic \ puts tho old favorite of our grand. I they do Into our landscapes and It Is most Important that the tuber boaters can avoid dampened
several days this week In Orlando Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Burbank, but the article dues they exude a pleasant elusive fragrance. spirits by exercising caution.
gust 4 to Wallace and Patricia Ann conditions mothers, crane-myrtle high on the I I be laid flut The tuber may even be Cheek; up before shoving e., Fa
Coach Ted Ferreira of Fort My. Sr., had as their guests this week- Jones, 1326 Hickory Terrace. make one stop and think of the I list. What a lovely cheerful shrub I tit II If one Is careful to cut cut at the bine! of the "V" If It Is miliarise yourself with waters In

ers spent the weekend with his end Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barbcc of plants we have!,'. here which cost Is over a long, blooming period I, freshly opened sprays they will last desired to put plants In different which you plan to operate; never
A daughter, Lucrrtla Ann, born I
Jr. who very little fur the beauty they af during holiest weather and for two or three days location Plant about four Inches venture into restricted areas
our yet
mother, Mrs Ruby G. King, audbnH.'hl'r csup. Their son, Ray, .
August 4 to Leans and James Da.Vii
ford. We would link an case or cut- how small the Initial for I We'll start from the cut flower deep It Is Important that the Have HfetavUg device for each
L. A. Ferreira expense
had !been visiting his grandparents,
Callahan.A Do sit
not
penon. on kapok alledpreseraarsthis
lure note to the above caption, for I years of beauty 1 It asks little of angle and name another summer- ground be kept moist until sprouts -
Mrs Carl Qualllebaum and children returned with them. Also visiting son, Alvin Blair, born August busy gardeners are always on the our time, and energy too, Powdery tme: phnt to give beauty with lit. appear. The plant grows rapidly to reduces buoyancy.compresses filler
Bubba and Bonnie, and Pat the Burbank'f Is their son-in-law 4 to Sydney and Alvin Smith, 325 ; mildew: Is whit plagues' us most In I tie expense or energy. We speak ol a height of four to six feet, climbIng Never overload. Follow capacity
ty Ann/ Beckham left Wednesday and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stanley Drive, Us care, b'lt a little conscientious! the Rlnriona\ lilies, which give ex. by means of tendrils on the limits. set by manufacturer
for-Miami to visit with Mrs R.y Lohman and daughter Cindy of WSCS To Meet I In use of an all purpose rose spray or die bright color and attractive ends of the leaves If a support II Carry emergency equipment
Minor! ,, sister of Mr. Quatllcbaum. A son, Mark Anthony, born Au. dust or dusting with sulphur lakes I II | light green foliage In our homes provided for these tendrils to hook I First aid kit, flashlight, oars
Lake City. gust 5 to Opal and James Lee, SOB Parish Hall On care of that It calls lor' severe'' for about a week after cutting, onto; otherwise after Its first shoot shear pins, spark plugs, tools.I
Mr. and Mrs A. J. Fox and sons, Instruct co-pilol. Know boat
your
Dickie and Cliff, returned Wednes- Mrs Frank Burbank Is visiting Cedar St. August 24 I pruning In the fall alter the leaves | They are plants which really like upward It will bend and scramble and its safe operation. Instruct
this week with her mother, Mrs. W. I tall and to prolong the blooming i our climate and they multiply rap. as best as It cnn. The flowers are another person on board in
from week's vacation In A son, Darrell Duane, Jr., born )
day a I. Klght, and Mr and Mrs. W. H. The WSCS, meeting will be I season the clipping of the spent idly. One thinks first of that vivid borne on usable smooth stems fundamentals of handling boat
Florida. August 6 to Darrell and Mildred I
South Burbank, Sr. Mrs. Burbank makes held In Parish Hall on Monday, blossoms It so happens t that In our I scarlet and yellow large blossomed coming from the axils of the lea. should you be disabled.
Henn 215 South 7th St. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ray Young her home In Tampa.Mr. August/ 24, at BOO: p.m. : locality the autumn foliage of the variety Glorlosa rothchildlana, the ves. It Is said that this flower be Keep boat Bailer " and sons, Jim and Bill, have recently Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Daniel of The program subject for this I crope myrtle ranks almost at the I one which starts blooming In the I' doubles Itself every year, and It II according a "hot-rudder.to recommendations Power boat
returned from a two week and Mrs. Charles L. Kelley, acksonvllle announce the birth of meeting will be, "A New Purpose I tcp among the relatively new shrubs I spring and can give, If conditions a well known fact that the new boat manufacturer. Keep a lookout of
visit In Maryland. son.in-1aw and daughter of Mr. IndMn a son, David Scott, on August 11 for a New Age", '! and trees which really put on vivid i I II arc right a rep Jt performancelater shoots appear fir from the mother for swimmers, stumps.
E. V. Garcia, have returned It St. Vincents Hospital. The little Members of tho Edna Davis Circle ; autumn coloring, so It Is again a In the summer The softer plant, to don't plant It near a bor.' Keep right.I Pass on left Boats
Last week Mrs. Leona Simmons to their home In Liberty, South lad weighed 6 Ibs. 11 ore Mrs. 1 will be the hostesses. ,I bright lt spot In the garden Crapemjrtlci I toned and smaller variety which der line unless one wants to be are subject to traffic laws, toot
of Plant City and Mrs. Frank Hall Carolina. Traveling with them were Daniel Is the former Mattie Harper are prpaguted by either: blooms later In the summer Is generous with the neighbors Steer clear of sailboats-they
of Florida, were Mrs Kelly's two sisters, Dawn and Its bios- have right of way.Sujr .
and family Lltlila daughter of Malcolm J. Har- IN APPRECIATION : hardwood or softwoid cuttings with GlorloM supcrba, darker
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, C Beth, who will spend several days Mr, the exception of the while which torn parts being more orange than away from beaches Swim-
per. Paternal grandparents are Wild hogs are defined as hogs mers are difficult to see In choppy'
Jameson and family. In Liberty. Members of the Legion Auxiliary scarlet. Mr. Sayler tells us that
and Mrs. James Daniel. I scorns temperamental and root cut I that are actually living In the wild waters or sun reflections warns
to Theodore H Hernandez Post 54, found around town' neither .
lings arc rutomarlly used As with many arc Sentry Insurance safety .
Mr. and Mrs. V. H harper and Mrs. John Marsh, Sr. and grand. : and cannot be legally claimed as experts.
extend thanks and appreciation to I most self-sown seedlings, those of of these varieties but rather a L'se caution when ..due Un.. Stop
and of | domestic In ownership,
and Mike daughters Peggy Mary hogs private
Jackie Judy, ,
children : I II
The stinging tentacles of the jel. the many who helped make the re- the crape-myrlle' lock vibrancy of species type. Whatever they are, I all engines,fans,devices liable to
with Mr. Wild considered
Tuesday hcgs net
last Mock In Baxley Georgia, Itusvlllc spent are game
spent tent bake sale such success, all arc attractive, colorful conversion produce sparks. Do not smoke
yfish known as Portuguese Man. a I color. Invest In bare root plinls' of
visiting Mr. and Mrs, Pearly liar. and Mrs. L D. Lowe and family. animals until they have been so wipe up spilled fuel. Carry
per. -War may extend as long as 30 <(signed< ) Mrs. Mignon Fink I I' the lovely clear colored varieties) phones 'mere has scarcely I designated by the Game and FreshWater !. charged;, fire' extinguisher..a
II Mrs ONcnl West and children, feet, Marlncland of Florida reports. Finance) Chairman now obtainable at nurseries for been a time this summer when we Fish Commission.
Sp4 Dennis L. Davis and Mrs. Neal and Michelle, of Jackson, -.-- .- .-. -- -. --- -- ------
Davis of Fort Bcnnlnil, Georgia rennense!. are visiting for two
returned to their home Thursday ccks with her parents, Mr. andMn ."
after spending a few days with Jeromo Arnold, of Hllllurd, -"O \'ontyary!
their pnronls, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and other relatives In Fcrnandlna ,.ev" _+H"Mflh. 1\1' rcnliPf?"tbrTtes..xr;
-Y.: Crosby, and Mr. and Mrs. Beach. Mr. and Mrs. West will be t Write Box 141$,
Claudo Davis caving Tennessee soon to again i"-
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make their home In California. WANTED; CUSTOMERS ,
Hall Jr. left last Thursday -
Tommy ,
xgj4 PAY: DOLLARS SAVED ARE DOLLARS EARNED
on the Silver Meteor for New Miss Jsmle White, daughter of
( HOURS, THE HAPPIEST YOU EVER
York where ho will visit his room- Mr. and Mrs. Herb White Is prcs- \- m SPENT I
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lOSS YOU
mote, John ,Paratore of Cllffsldc ently at Girl Scout Camp Chowen. :
Park, ;N. J. While there he plans waw, and will return next week. r JOB DESCRIPTION DRIVING PLEASURE
to spend considerable time at the : } ,. FRINGE BENEFITS SERVICE a COURTESY
Wortd's Fair He will return on the Mrs. Dickie Harris and chll- 9 APPLY AT: THE NEWEST PONTIAC,TEMPEST

19th, accompanied by his room. dren, David, Lynn, Kay and Paul +ta!! DEALER IN TOWN 1 ,

mat,. In time for registration a'' of t Lake Park are visiting here for a'' ... M

Forth' Florida Junior College at three weeks with their relatives, GAS Station attendant with mechstl '. ,.." ,
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Milton Graham, t
Mrs
MaaUsM where both are In their Mr. and 201 0 -
and Mrs. Robert Graham and
Mr.
second: year. They will spend sev-
family Buster Moore Mr. H. C. ,
between reglvtraUeoZuui
ersl days here r
opening date of schoolMonday Roland, and a number of uncles
and aunts.Mrs. \ t.
/ August 24th. .( ,

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of Danville,
Eslcll Sapp ,
Mrs. J, C, Hardwood, and Mrs, .. '_ r ,
Ruby Denham had as their guests Georgia spent several days this ,' '... .
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this week-end Mis.Nancy Weaver, week with her brother and family, ". "
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and their nelces Miss Gwendolyn Mr. and Mrs. Milton Graham. w .
Ijmham.. Mrs Dun J ('kson. and 'V : '
Mr. Jackson, all of La Follette, Franklin Hamm returned to his q : /
Tennessee.Mrs. 1 home at \Fort Myers last Krldiy
after spending several weeks with ,<
James L. Mock and dough. his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs \.

talc, taverns spent two weeks I ITrancavco In Frank_ .Hamm at Amelia., City.Mr. .
P. I ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs : "
T,"Waite' of Etherl'llge.' 'Thlf'! also and Mrs I John Poppa's and ., ,
visited In Nashville and Puloskl. and sons, Ted and Pete of Rock
Hill, South Carolina were the week.
Mrs. J. R. White Jimmy, Suoa end guests' of Pete Pappas and Mr.
and Marilyn of Plkevllle. Tcnnre and Mrs W. H. Burbank, Sr.
visiting this week with Mr. and
Mrs Emerson Mitchell and Mr Jimmy McFarland, son of Mr,
and Mrs. Franz Mitchell, Dr White ind Mrs. H. J. McFarland, had *'
jolnod-hls family today ''ill guests this week, Darrel Page
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and Sonny Bowen of Waycross.
MlTsMargle Brewton and friend-

Miss Gajla Rogers of Glenvlllc Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haddockand _
Georgia had their tonsils out last children, Jeanne and Cathy, of .j'C' ", 1
Wednesday at Humphreys Mcmor Cleveland, Tennessee spent the
lal Hospital. Miss Rogers who hay weekend with her parents, Mr. _
been a guest of the Brewton's, returned and Mrs Thomas Y. Crosby. The
home on Wednesday. Haddock's daughter Rita, who has _
been with her grandparents for six
The L. D. Lowe's returned Wed weeks, returned to Tennessee with
pesday from a two weeks trip t tf her parents.

Charlotte, North Carolina where ,
they visited with Mr. and Mrs. R I Arriving this Saturday and Sun. bm

L.: Mcflrath.:: Enroute home the) day to visit with Mr. and Mrs. II.
I be their In law
S. Luke will son- -
visited friends In Alma, Georgia.
--- and daughter Mr. and Mrs. II' R
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1 Ware and daughters; Evelyn, Iris 4l >

nod !Mary\ Ann of Savannah, their!
via and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. James. Luke and children,
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'Susan, Denise, Jimmy and Kathy
of Scbrlng, and Dr. and Mrs. 11 II
Luke and sons, Michael and Barry

jf Gainesville.Mr. ,

and Mrs. Ernest Summerell
,.. '..,. of Waycross. Ga. were guests Us

Friday of Mrs H V, Burgess and

,ATOPNOTCHMONEY Mrs. Goldie Larriion.

., Don Caldwell Marine Reserve
Lance Corporal left Jackaonvlll

Sunday by plane for two week' '

SERVICE maneuvers at Yuma, ArUona. ,\ I

!Mrs. George/ While-tilde of Brew. "
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ton, Ala will arrive August: 17 fur 1 ',
a visit with her parents, Mr. and

"" Mrs W. J, Courter, Sr The Newest Pontiac-Tempest Dealer in Town ] ;: { .


SIMPLE The fourcyed bullcrflyflsh dc. r'll.' \.

risen Us name from the black eye. ,re' '
like niuikings on Its body accord :.j 1
PRACTICAL Ing to Marlncland of Florida. 'tnr

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There lire about 762 charter Jt.
bouts lor salt water fishing!! In 1'lur.. ,

CONVENIENTYou'll to Ida a and survey 11i4 sponsored party boats by, according the Stoic The people who live next t door to us won't have to go far to fully completed. However, the main eustomer-catch.r/keeper '.p.r.rIs

Board of Conservation. buy their Pontiac and Tempests any more. And, however our whole employee organization; you will find thrm courteous .W

the way we handle far you are from us, we think we're close enough to make it friendly and skilled In helping solve any auto problem .vr..,

everything. Even the worth your while. Though the showroom is the eye-catcher of you may have, whether it'i buying, selling or servicing. Oh, 'us'r I
schedule DOZIER&GAY .
setup
payment
"' to give you every possible our establishment, the real customer-catcher (and cu tomer- yes, and don't forget those other customer-pleasers, Pontiac ::.

,advantage PAINTSFOR keepers) are elsewhere For instance, in our service; department. and Tempest. Attractively priced and ready to go, the '64 't.

I It'i all pretty clean right now; prrtty soon it will be respectably Wide-Tracks are waiting for you to come and take them for a ..

..""- LOANS UP TO 1600 EVERY NEED I soiled as major and minor repair and body jobs are skill spin.. Make it soon-and make it with us .t.

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...... 'tI" News-leader( Fernandina Bench Florida Thursday August 13,100G4: Page Seven
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{ SportsSlants ., ''I"\ ,. '\ tJ;; lJ. }, '',: j rl .. {" .,'/ ": JI11.i.t Handicap I Semi-finals

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.1' > ':: ': t \ : Five matches are on lap Ilil Golf Association handicap tnurna. In lice first bracket Andrew Af.
( week as I lie Firnamllna Bench uncut enters the semi.final round Ian will meet L. S. Shave, Allan
: i { ( r T enters the sl'ml.flnalM through do
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: l r "w F I, ,,rA; hull and Shave won' over 11. SJ;
'ql'" ... \.l ; l Old-Timers Win Over Chem-Cell TeamIn Luke

J : W1 j ;. ili/ i. "" '!1.,.. Also In the first bracket, Ton)
BY CURT CORDON ': : 1t! I i' Benefit Softball Game Friday Night Lannnn will' play Rudy York Lan.

'j :1' t..th,.. 'il't.. ,.., nun Mined the II'ml.llnall with I
Bill McRae, Fernandlna gift to ball prospect forget to report to ; I'" 41 1, '1i win over Harry Poole and Yor(
the professional baseball world U the High School gym Thursday ,.' S A :j't, 4 BV TIRT GORDONThe was' safe on an error Billy Roland I scorot) a victory over Glyn Wsa\ ..
having himself a good first season r night August 13, for your physical Old Timers of baseball In eloiihlvd l and Turn Michael singled In the second bracket Thus f..
on the pitching mound. McRae examination Reporting time will\ Firnindlna Beach rame out of re. lihnson and Ward had two hits Shave, Jr" will clash with Dick
latest effort was a flvi.hitter against be seven pm according to Coach llrtnirnl last Friday night lo playa apiece to Iced (the winners at the I Bennet. Shove won over Ray Cald.!
Dubuque as the Quincy Wayne Brnncr Innelit softball game and prom. pl.tellIh! Deliem Townsend, Michael well and Bennett over John Bar.
Gems won the game, 5.2. McRae I '* oft i pity uput (he ChI'01.CI'II Softball and Roland netting hits Timnwnel ', nlak .
allowed only five hits, struck out I Bcnner says football practice team ot! the (local City League anti Dolion blasted triples. i The other mulch In the second
nine of the first 12 men he faced Ics lunl will begin at seven o'clockon 94. Tin Old Timers 1I'lImI A' Butch Lee led Cht'm-C'ell ullli 2 biaiket puts Steve Spenec against
He walked only 2 and belted a Monday morning August 17, made up of plovers hlch formed hits wllh Gonzales' bell tug a home Id: Hooper' Spence won over Jim;
double to start the scoring for his and he wants the boys there readyto the 'I'lmrndlna Beach team In I tin run. Bill 'ox a single. Jimmy my Webber and IlmiiHr our Dave
team In the fifth Inning. McRae go /lor two.a.dny sessions The i Ninth Flu Id a Si'ml.pro Baseball Fulng: a single and Pines a angle Smith

now owns a record of eight wins first game of the season wllhe\ on THE WINNING I MOORE'S TEAM In the Women's Softball league MIS feUd List League few learn back i III't' won'l' t Tern Miehnel startc-d on the In the third bracket Don Ho
and five losses with the Kansas I Friday, September 18, against say: hOImany'' '. mound fur the Old.Time-is, bul Ms herls meets 11 null Shine, Jr, Ito
Thursday night by the team sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore, with a dinner at Sue's
City Farm team f"ft I I Camden High, so the old foothill 11111I in'its hi, me run In tin lost ball snout woiklng and retired lulls won ever lIam Ilamlllem und
: season I h Just over a month away, Restaurant. Members of the team, standn left to right/ Mary Reynolds! Sara Hank slxtli lining was the big blow of III favor of John Smith In thus Stone defeated Frank LnmbrlKht. ,
Highlands won the State Little I *:
League baseball title and will be We can usually learn somethingIf Jennnette Gasu, Connie Gass, Patricia Scarhoro and Rhonda (;ueHt. Seated I I. to r.. Hill pimliltd( the spark for a fixe.run while Smith allowed only 3 during! vld Ntisibnum to guts the quarter,

In Winston Salem, N. C. this week we ask questions This week we Dopson, team manager; Stella and Ed Moire: hporuor; Nelmi: Frunklin league scorer, Inning! lu lie the game the remainder eif (the contest,. finals. has a bye to the finals in

for a chance at the, Regional Title. were checking with Jonithan Hill and Mae HornberKer, who handled the concessli.nH; I stand for the league play The large ('hem' .('ell opined fast as I hiliadnff Dill (ox did the pitching for the third bracket
If these boys keep hitting the ball Fernandina Band director to see trophy shown between the Moores\ was awarded them by the leajcue. Lucre (team member bailer, Hutch Lie. halted a Clu'm-Cell and was nleked for 8 Once the sl'ml.fln/lls arc conclud.
and gelling In the pitching they when his Band would begin practice holds an Individual trophy presented them by the Moons. triple Mn I ho leftflcld line, but have blows' He1 walked only 2. (>d In the time brackets (the \llnnl'rs *
have the team could wind up In In a low voice he said "we the utrinu'. arm of let tbeldrri themtrll. AB R II ef brackets em and ISo will
the Little League World Series. have been practicing all summer," ---- i, Curt Goidon relayed the ball lo B, lee, c 302 play In lie I finals to determine uliumeeli
They hit five home runs to defeat We asked how many days a seek Winn.Dixie Stores third baseman Fred Townscnd, soul .1 I L. Sn ilh, I II b 210 the finals winner' In the third
Orlando In the semi.finals last and he said "Just five" I found Teiwnsciui threw a strike to Waxni' Cn ii7iilc 3b 311 biaekrl for the I'hamlll"n.hlp.|> |
week (then turned to pitching In out then why we are alwn\ under Show Sales IncreaseAn t Dot son to nail Lie at the plate for I n Cox. p 311 Tennney\ chairman )Din Brown
the finale. to stop a team which fcated In band competition hill (the out Three walks and siuglis T I 11.1) lib, 21) 310 sold tint tl''IhII'R111I, be glum the
had seined 27 bnse hits In the previous said he had 23 to graduate Irom Increase of S3.ISO.771 In fair by Hill Cox and Jimmy l-wlnu: Tim'I'. II 200 winners fulhmInn lonipletlun nf
two games, but Stacey Dcx.tcr last years' Superior Bund and he weeks sales was registered by x'f world three runs fir them.('ell in F.II hug KII 301 I play
set the (team down with 3 hits was working hard to find equal replacements Wlnn.Dixie Stores Inc? which rp the( llrM The fourth and that run Fluxa If 301 1Ihtp'nn I Blown nine annoiiiued this sees!!:
6it Docs anyone want to crates a number of supermarkets for ('hl'm."l'1I came In tin Inlid 1 tl( 300 Unit the next Mieliilion crmxtu:
through that he docsnt throughout (the local s f 4 Cinrales blasted lion will be a best bull of feursom
The Old Tlmrrs came wager come up area when Albert II TnliilH 2} 4 8
again tale year by defeating Chem- with another fine one? The volume for the four.week homo. urn aver Bill Wards head In 011)\ TIMI IIS! taiiunev em Saturday. Sept 12 Nil

Cell In a softball game Manager '* period, ended July 23 totaled $66,. "1'nll'I'fI'ld. C OIlI'I1I.n. If 400 tills activity eji In. slated for Lubiir )la;-

Juke Bunch crew of yestcryeir Mall Dunbar of WF'GA.TV
compared with $01.W.C41
can still manure to play seven InnIngs the Highlands Little League team during I the Cell will; time runs In (he first T Michael p.rf 201 I
corresponding period last
Fireball Tern Michael taut well-deserved TV.time on his sports when' Wayne )Dot ion belted a lilple. A Juhauun 2b 221
ball wasnt working and he had to I afternoon He year, a rise of ..96 perient, The 1'r f '
pn flu on defense In rlghlfteld Jake showed the team In a practice session company now has 631 units In operation Ward singled/ A walk, an error VVuio cf 322 rr RENTED R '
Bunch retired after one Inning getting ready for the trip to compared with COS a year and a sllel'lIlce/ scored the tlelnrf B Kobe'I In, ss 310 1 I ..
while the others lasted the seven Winston Salem, and Individually ago run In Ilia third for the wlnncis B, Hiljnd, ll> 311 iHR000RiHEA
trtr showed Ken Mlkell who has hit 241 I< before the five run rally In the J Bunch, rf I 100 wa .
Don you Fernandina High foot home rum this year, along with the., two pitching Aces, Stacey Dexter sixth J. Smith, p 200 ...
who hasn't Jo.t'a game all g In the sixth Alton Johnson singled Totals U I II

year, and Gary Spell, who has Bill Ward homered Fret! Chem' .Cell 301 000 0 4 6 I

shared In pitching Highlands to the DILL DOPSON, manager of the winning Moore' team, TOil nsend walked, Beano RobinsDEPENDABLE Old Timers 301 0113 x > 8 0 -
State Championship To top off his -- --- -
'a. was also (the of handsome -
Q show, Robert McKenzie, Container recipient a troph Presenting
Box Plant employee who works the trophy wan Stella Moore, at right, aa the team members I
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with Highlands, was Included in beam in appro al. ...

Deep Sea Fishing the program

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_. ON THE"FLYING We were checking on the Schlitz
I Fishing Derby and wondered If News of theBOAT hHlh1

FISH"CHARTER : there hove been any tagged fish .
caught nearby If so we haven't I dlPBU1I111
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heard but It looks like some of the CLUB
BOAT $jOO,000 ones could be landed i er. iI?
CITY MARINA nandina Is In zone four and the 1IY
TACKLE BAIT AND ICE
rERNANDINA BLACH, FLA. contest closes on August 31 for this ilrtnlNlt If 11C
FURNISHED PHONl 31.413 zone, so If the weather gets right, CARSON: McKi.MKEt\) ; ]
ORPHONC you fishermen should work "hard"
CAPT. OLE MARKUSSEN 34*.4113JACKtONVILLt I for the next couple of weeks to see I"I I

Yacht Broker/ and Marine Surveyor ICACH PLA. If you can bring In some of the I I The Fernandina Beach Boating flim turn out if I Ihl' Hindu boys

gold itch. I s Club will hold a regular meeting I iiim Jacksonville (ii lutdu, PilaUkd

H ----.,------ ,- -_ ..- ... ,- .. .- -.a.at I I. the; jJUllhOU5': this Friday alKht and StarkL.
8,00 p,m., August 14th Commode Richard Me'l.l'oll.lhe I newly [C RVIII
Kasley Thomas asks that all memo
crowned hainlin| of the NorltueastFlorida
FERNANDINA BEACH bers try to attend this meeting Pleasure Baal thnmiilm--
t The Boat Club Is again sponseir ship) wll be hue driving his black
Ing a Lrbor Day Boat Hare for "power rat" boat I'IIUIIlII'dl'lIh:
fII' outboards and the race will be on Uo This
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES' I powerful oulbnuidN boat
Monday September 7th There will Is running at spuds will over 60 '
be six classes 40 H P. through i
miles per hour and brother (thal'amoving
unlimited and full details on the; across the water Richard :
race wm' be In next works paper. has Just returned from a success '' \s/ .
Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men Anyone with a boat and motor ful tour of the racing circuit from now's the time
stands a good chance of being able California lo Miami, so don't t miss
to enter In one of the above clauses '
the chance to see this boat run j
Suburban We are expecting several entries
BE WISE. from Georgia, as well as the usual ,I' The Crltchfleld racing! dam will
''
also be here from Orlnnil. running to take the right road
TIDES
"Porcelainize"LASTS Propane Gas Co. the twin hulled racing\ catamarans/ ,, .
(that have seldom finished any II here'' I
SERVING ALL Jax Hockey Club but In first place In (title class I
3 OR 4 TIMES tt JETTIESAdd YOUR NEEDS IN'LP think these boys flip a coin before to modern GAS heatFREE

LONGER THAN GAS AND To Open SeasonOn the race to dl'elde'ho gets Ihe''

ORDINARY WAX JOB JO Minute Far GAS APPLIANCES trophy. for these boys finish 1 123 1'1 HEATING SURVEY WILL GIVE ',.\,.: ...

LASSERRE MOTORCO. Ftraandint Harbor 7 South 7th St. October 17 The over fa menu \ng\\ Bear YOU ALL THE FACTS AND FIGURES It
Phone 2614661Te :
Bill, Gilluird will hi editing his remodeled ,, It. ; i
HIGH LOW Jacknonvllle, the Eastern II xkey fiberglass hill with new .J
YOURS FREE
'ta WITH
H. KING Leagues/ rawest entry will epcn I engine Yogi says ho Isn t any r
S. 8th St, Ph. 261.381 Friday, Aug. 11 Its season on October 17 In Clinton, faster, but he can sec the buoys '' GAl HEAT SURVEY.. .

PHOTO SHOPRoll New York against t the Clinic Com now
12:37 urn. 7.07: am : I 48 PAGE ROAD ATLAS OF THE UNITED STATES,
I Jeff Latin' Juhn Dreiescl Buddy CALL WAITS' OR STOP IN TODAY.
according to Harold Elnblndcr
? 1.24: 7:47: ,, eta CANADA AND MEXICO IN HANDY CARRYING,, CASE: .
Going Fishing pm. pm Weddings President. !Burnett and Tying Kindle Bar I

15 Praceul arum Other games confirmed by Eln. Hank' are some of the other boys :
Saturday Aug.
Vtott Us For Portr.Un** binder will be the Jacksonville Club (that will be here to put on a show SuburbanPropane 7 South 7th Street

Complete Line Of 1:24: am. 7.56: am. Phol. HKsfl Appointment< playing on October 18 against New for tho spectators : A
261.3661
2.18 p.m. 8.42: pm Supplies ...un.o"AL 0'0.00,', Only Haven, Conn Blades In New Haven l land I Plan now on spending!! a safe Phone
Fishing Tackle ."."0..._.... on October 23 against the Long, labor Day weekend right hire In I
Fernandina Beach Fla.
Rods Recto v
Sunday, Aug. 16 Inland Ducks In Long Island, New Fernandlna Beach, ,

Outdoor Camping 2:16: am. 8:48: a.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. York and on October 25 against See, .you. at meeting, I .
EquipmentFIRESTONE -- -
the New York Rovers In New York
3:15 9 3D)
: p.m. : pm Phone 261.4586 City

Monday, Aug. 17 The Jacksonville Club, as ytt' I
BEACH SUPPLY Rowland's unnamed Is currently sponsoring
3:13: a.m. 9:41: am "Name the Team icnlrnt The
a
111 Atlantic Are 11.4411 4:11: p.m. 10:301: p.m. UPHOLSTERY Brand prize for (the person mibm,I. :b II!

YOU chosen will be two
)DO NEED ting the some
CASH in an Tuesday, Aug. 18 NEW tOVmiNOS\ OR REPAIR season b<.x scats to all the Ice hop '
4.11: a.m. 10 :35; um ttRViriKE To VOI'1I key games at home with a total I
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EMERGENCYThat l 5:05: p.m. 11:27: p.m. OR value ol 1 160. Since the announcement I J PI (Jt
MEW FOR SPAT YOUR COVERS of the Vimt the Team .

Describes Wednesday, Aug. 19 AUTO contest on Friday, July 31. sixty. + Si
FREE ESTIMATESWe five entries have been received according .
5 07 11 :26 a.m.
LIFE INSURANCE : a.m. YOU NAME
IT
to Einbinder SERVICE YOU ,
5:53 Pick Up and Deliver I
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The rules of the contest are very
In Action!
1 1 WE DO 'IT.
CAN COUNT ON .
all do Is
simple To enter you must
Thursday, Aug. 20 Porter & LovequistGeneral
See Your Frondin write the name that you choose on !
5:57: a.m. 12:15: am Contractor. a post card together with your From filling 'tr up to a Our expert, experienced
SAFE SURE han '
Need- and address and mill It to met l'II check your
6:37: pm. 12.14: p.m. SPECIALTIES name complete car check and i

The GULF LIFE MAN! WOODWORKING i I Ice Hockey Jacksonville Coliseum overhaul, see u 1fur\ When it tome to car For mike, let input I cur thoroughly, make
21 jour .
Friday, Aug. PLASTIC 8IJRF ACISGctS'fOl IMS bant Adams Street Jacks">n repairs right, at
JAMES F. (Jim ) C 43 1.00: : BUILT CABINETS I ville, florida. In cast of duplica'esubmission service fast and right. servicing, it (pay J to jour inr'd! wheels !In rate cost.
: a.m. a.m. .
KITCHEN: AND BATH of the name chosen the tome to UK. I'rum minor alignment. r t
r ptrfttt
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RYLANT 7:16: p.m. 12 :;59)!) p.m. REMODELINGComplete
earliest postmark will govern the I
I 1-. O. Box 89 ShowroomFor winner. Letters of Invitation have Ie Slop here repairs to a complete Reliable ServiceAll i Drive In

Phone 261.3813 "" .1 Counto Color Coordination I born written to Bill Kastclz Walt overhaul.

Gulf Life Ins. Co. Own ft. G.Mltlo a_, Phone 261-3068 Dunbir, Jack Halrnton I Dick Stratton \Z' and !KO We Do The W Right: Work Guarantied. Li'z' I for fast
Dan Inviting Hum _
and
Crisp 1.i
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with '
ease _
this cintcut Announce. I
I to judge "W' ,
ment of the winning name and of AUOMAfK!( TRANSMISSION III':I'AIUS: .
course the name thatI ill be -- ---- - --
FUN IN THE SUN I borne by the Jacksonville Club; will

be made on September 1. The de.

'0/ 1.,. AT FERNANDINA BEACH I clsion- of the Judues will bi final ', LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY :

:mt. :.. FISHING BOATING SWIMMING I Commercial; bank have I'holll'n' '
ncwspjpcti as their primary advertising 1910 South 8th Street
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVLV medium for the 19th coosecutlve Phone 261.3812 Your Ford Dealer Since

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I SEE FLORIDA .THIS: SUMMER Ne -Lpnr1er, Fernandina Bench. ,. Florida Thursiiar, August] 13, 1064 Page Nine .
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At The Churches Instructor
News From
Adult Ceramics in the Aft
FIRST rUESBYTEKIANCIILRCH!'\ I PINE GROVE BAPTIST CIIIRCII' Old Fort Recalls Early Settlement Room at '7:15: p.m., Hank Sidan,

Rev. W. G. Brooks Pastor Center Inotructo2.j"I
Rev. John Duller, Pastor I SUNDAY SERVICES) I The Rec Teen-Club ,,1" the Came Room
Wurshlp Service .. .. B:43 AM 9:43 A.M. .. .. Sunday School 7. at '7:15: p..iv.)
Church Sihool .......__.... 0:45 A.M. 11.00 AM. .. Morning Worship .: IIY HANDY DeSANDRO L ; 'RS _
POOL HOI
MIMCIP
Worship Service ........ 11:00: AM. 6.DO P.1\I. Mesa Prayer Service
Youth Meetings ._... 6:00 P.M. 8:30: P.M. Training Inion Till'RSI),\\', AlUST Hill. MOl: D.\\, AlGl'ST I7Ih. PUlLIOSWIMMlMtDally :

Church School _...??_ 7:30: PM 7:30: P.M. Evening Worship 2:15: to 4:411: p.m.
Adult C(mulct I In the Art (frramii ((9-11)) In the Art
Wednesday, Services: Evening 1:15: to I 1I:4): )p.m.
FIRST CHURCH o Ir Room lit 3:00 p.in., Hunk Sides, Room at 3.30 p.m.. Hank Sides,
BAPTIST 7:30: P.M. .. Prayer ServiceFAITH I n I except" Sundays.
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Instructor.Adult
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Rev J. T. Dunnan. Pastor I W oCr rtictor.I (Chile
< Family Night on Fridays
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T"" I Adult Ceramics In the Art & Teen Yramlri In the
Worship Servlcei 8 30 A.M BAPTIST CHURCH dren must be accompanied by
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Room at 7:15: p.m., (lank Sides, Art Room at 715: p in Hunk
11:00: A.M. Rev. Jerold A. Philips. Pallor I Instructor Sides Instructor adults).
'.00 P.M. I 11 Ne. 4th St. Cotillion Hub Hoard Meeting In : Admission: 15o Students, 35a
Sunday School ?__ 9:45 A.M. Sunday School ,.. .... .. 10:00: Senior Clll/ens Club In (the Con. the Game Room at 8 00( p m. Adults.
........ l.m'l. fcrcme Room al 713 p.m.
Training Union 8:45: P !M I Morning Worship .. ... 11:00: .
Prayer Service Wednesday Sunday Evening ..... .. 7:30: p.m. I .'RUMAl'Gl'ST Who TUESDAY, AUGUST: Ittlh. I
7:30: P.M. I Wednesday Prayer Meeting tfhii Smoleey Say it I IWltAi
:* .... ..... .... '7:30: p.m.UNITED S Suli-Tcen Club In the (;lIme Itoom Painting For failure In the''
CALVARY 8.1'1181 CHURCH ;ft Surfers Hub Mcitinit, In the I II A lOr TO .
J. C. BYRD. PASTOR I PENTECOSTAL I
AUGUST lilherxmirs Game Koom at 7:10:: p inItarbt I wrtN ws+Ar gADVENsr
Sunday School ...??.?.. 10 A.M. CIIIRCII w I
Morning Worship ??....... 11 AM. South Bin St. Ph. 261.3702 I (' Pouting: Class in the I 'mhoppera In the Confer- '
Evening Service _.... 7:30 P.M. W. W. Roland :! elite boost at 8:00 p.inWhDNFSUAY .
: Rev. Art Room, Lptt:( to 5:00( |1.11I., j
fir BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Worship Service . .. 11 I.m. I + +s i iEcA ir .Club In the! tiuinu Room I r rw
429 South tth Street Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: p.m. at 7:11\: \ "p.m.Cotillion I Ceramics ((12-11)) ) In the Art
Johnny L. King, Pastor Bible Study, Thursday. .. '7:30: p.m. Hub Dance In the Auditorium I Rrom lit 3:30: p.nt., !Hunk bides ,
Sunday Services: tftt itSPRINCHILL Instructor.
10:00 A.M. __.... Sunday School BAPTIST I II at 9 01) p.m. I Sub Teen Club in the Game
11:00 A.M. Morning WornM- I CHURCH !' StSD.Al'Ct'ST: 16th. Room at 7:15: p.m.
6:30: p.m. __..._.__._ B.T.U. State flimsy 107 Nasiautill|
7.(00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service Rev William A. Frye I Lutheran Church Servlie In the :, TIIIRSD\Y. AICIST 2Wh. I
I Ij Conference Room at 11:00 am
7:30: Evening Worship .
p.m. Interim Pastor Boy Scout Merit Dodge Swimming
Tuesday; j Pastors Prayer Time Test ut the Tool! at 9IX! )()
700: p.m. ..>.?...___,... Visitation (For Men) ..._.-........._.. 7amI a.m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday '7:30: I Sunday School.......... 11:411: .. I tii'UM! of $700 INK) over t the mum | A flood Is born-When foreat'
I I ..m'lI I II Fltndi N,wl Imn Photo month lad petit, iiiul $4iriXH( ) noel Adult (YiumliN In the Art
iJr Morning Worship .......... 11 I I tin destroy the surface covert,
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I Training Union .....- 615: )p.m. Pert Caroline, en the St. Johns River near the tire of the preterit city ef Jacksonville, was I! Juno of This.year. Room. al 3.JO p.m. Hunk Soles
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I founded In ISM by French Huguenots fleeing religious "cutloo. The European settlement -
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Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 ) later called San Mates by the Spaniards, existed half a century before the Pilgrims landed.
10:00: a.m. __._ Sunday Srhool j Wednesday!IMen' I.m.l This museum and reconstructed fort are among many reason Governor Farrls Iryent and the
11:00: am ........... Worship!: Service Hour of Tower .... 1 )p.m. .Florida Development Commlulcut are urgmj Fla.'Htto! vacation li thnlr awn: state thla.Iumm.r. .. -
__ Prayer; Service _..... 7:10 p m. .
6:30: p m. C. A. Youth Services!: .
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service_ "Whosoever '
mid week sen'ce
Thursday SI. PAUL'S LUTHERAN 81. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC I NOKIH 14lh STREET
Sales and
Use Tax
7.30: ".m. CHURCH CHURCH BAITIST niimrH
TVfr oCr Leonard Duncan, Patter Rev S C. Baker
Intersection Rev
Amelia City New

81. PETER EPISCOPALCHURCH A1A Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th 9:45: a.m. .Interim__......1'jslor Sunday School Collections Show cI Carrier
A. Jo'. Cerhhsrdt. Pastor Sunday'.. .... .. 7:00: a.m.
The Rev James D. Kllmor:: Rector ... .......... I1UII: a.m __ Morning Worship
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.(00: am. Morning Service Sunday Mass let, '
7:30\! A.M. holy communion 5ih Sund.iv, Id:00 a.m. 6:30: p.m ............. ... ...... BTU Increase Over 63
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10:00: AM. Choral Eucharist 7J0: p.m Evening |
People 7pm
Monday Young
11:IS A.M. Church School I PRINCE of PEACE Tuesday, Nuvcna Services .. '7:30: 1:3U p.m. M.d, -Week bervtcet TALLAHASSEE Sales and use AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING
8:30 P.M. Episcopal Young LUTHERAN CHURCH fttt I
pm. (lax collections for based onJune
Churchmen I Donald R. Hlnmelman, Pastor I Dally ._. _.___.._..-.- 8 a.m. MEMORIAL METHODIST business, t IrI'21.; 214.43. JEd ICE MAKING MACHINERY
(This Is the schedule of every Phone 201-5634 CHURCH Straughn, director or, the FlorIda I
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of the ......... Saturday ? ? Convent
Sunday with the exception I Sunday School ... 8:45 a m Nelson 1'. Moyer. Pastor Revenue Ccmmlsilon, announccd .
loot Sunday of the.month) Worship Service 11:00: a m 110: Communion In ConventDOES ... I S/ifS-SERWCES INSTALLATIONS
t:45 a.m. ........... Sunday School today. _
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11:00 a.m. _..... Morning Womhl) Straiiuhn said the Increase liver .p.
6:30 p.m. .. MYF Supper (t Pro. July 1W3 collectloni was $3121. .
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;-r.. __l.r"I\-.'.'. ,, .. : : :-- grams 702, or 31.82 per cent. He explained, ..::t ...
,100 p.m. ..-".... Evening Worship however, that the new and ex. '..'
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', U' 'tv In paneled sales and use tax was not .. .
yOUR 'I CHURCH OF GOD; OF In effect In Juno 1963 which would C," "
PROPHECY account for a ilccable amount uf :
I Dolly Hall, Pastor this big Increase. Further, Slrau-
ENGiNE STUTTER, 1, 10:00: a.m. ........... Sunday Schoo'11am ghn said the collections reflect .....
.............. Morning ServU toed tourist business during I the r ......
JERK FALTER, 7:411: p.m. .......... Evening Serv:cc month of June.
7:45 p.m. Wednesday: V.L.U. Service 261-4892
? The director reported the five
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STALL : for
OR I young people.TABERNACLE per tint wholesale spoiling goods 1104 S 8 STREET
lax collections far July totaled
BAPTIST
OETA.TUNEUP I CHURCH 1141 67. which was an liurctvo olSb

:I Amelia Road Phone 261-3485 .200 or 87.72 per cent over ,June. We Service Everything We Sell/
: Rev Loyd Chambers, Pastor I July gasoline tax collections tor.teled .
School .. .
Sunday 10 am,
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Only 1 Morning Worship ._ ... U am: UiBOwa.: which I. was un In.

I Evening Worship _..._ 1 p.m.
Wednesday Service ?-.._ 1 p.m.
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6 any sixcylinder: >>I ( I t' tle M5/: a.m. ._ ..... Sunday achoo..

car 11:00: .m. ._ Morning Worship
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888 { Wednesday prayer service, 7.80: .

Parts extra If needed p.m. RUN OUT 'O'F"'O'WN
LAST SUNDAY MONTH OF THE

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I 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer
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11.15: AM. Church School (AND LOVE EVERY MINUTE OF IT! )

6:00 P.M. Episcopal Young
O Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and Churchmen'
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spark plugs condenser CHURCH OP" 'GOD 1 Jet-Smooth CHEVROLET

Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. .
@ Clean and a.,. L. Marvin Johmmn Pastor We're Cleaning House
Check
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set points and 10:00: a.m. ._ Sunday School I 2 ALL-NEW Chevelle!
voltage,, lion// am ....... Morning rvlp- To Make Room
regulator Y.!? E. Friday Evening 7.30:
Set timing 7:JO p.... ?_. .. Evening '
: I'rayer meeting W servlc'j For The New 65s/
O Adjust carburetor G Check batterySAFITY : 3 SPORTY CORVAIR

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I!, Earl South IlIIb.Nth n, Street Mlnlnler Take Advantage Now
4 SPUNKY CHEVY II
: u4y Sunday: Bible: Study... 10:00:( ) a.m,
Morning Worship .... 11:OU am I
I Evening Worship .... 7:00: p.m.I II Of Bargain Prices

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rich! loll If they are to contain the 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH HORMEL CANNED SAVE'101*! LYKES"

proper fertility vltimlna doesn't and chnnjc minerals the toed Soil LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT Picnics. 3 $199 Lunch MEAT 12-oz. 29

value Poor ground docs reduce 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW SLICED REG. 594 Can ,:
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Soms perple! aren't aecMiarOylo Rb Bologna LB' 49x: KT SOFT
blame for poor eating bikVs..Tbli -, I2.
,tl because! they lack niKrirlonat PURE GROUND 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLU RSE.; Drinks 15 "- $1 1
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knowledge or (invent ell \\lltt WITH FRESHER,. IEANER 'U1$119' .
;money to buy anfflclently'.good/\ \tOO-EXTRA"blAW\rs $ ,A C Can Ham CAN I SAVE 194 EA DIXIE| DARLING Enriched .rmBread.,2
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:inn on whether you eat between DRESSED FISH REGULAR 33t DIXIE DARLING FRESH BAKED

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on this write down I I u { '
'exactly what and how much pi d,1;, ,: :' N Bh,t FANCYy';olFl+ !\. I \;, WHITE SUPERBRAND 1 rfl
.each Item you eat fcr a week and ''l'I'..'" LARGEu N'EGGS ij "' .check the resul's against a reliable' ,, !; 4 fl r SWEET 1 Seedless SHERBET ICE ; .
efgoil.guide. The normal person :: I ; 1 till' 6 OR> I \
'
should eat three meals a day In-
eluding the four basic food grnupiI : f 1111\'li\' j IIl"\\ i .
:brdad'and cereals: dairy product: l. i\i1\ \j:II \ \\lllr CORN : : 1 : :
fruits and vr Mablts, and meats, Mlllm1iJ: :'liliIUI9J\1 \ : |\ '1 GRAPESWCREAMi tii\;
fis).pr fowl," i III'IiP l 'ii I ,t", JliI t lil'' ::' I
... I P R!UI I i

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b II tt FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE ,;I I GOLDEN BANTAM I" t\ .. THOMPSON CALIFORNIA \f ,\ REG: 59* ALL FLAVORS
"Ipll? .I! "PINEBREEZE" !Ii'" :ln'' ""tt.11. : :} ,
.I,.I : \ ... ,iT.:, "'te A"a
"J'IIjl, tIiil.I r II'V'\ Y t ,,
.by. l E \ i"'ny "1ftl1l1.,Z 1 I '1 'l.IJmud. '" 'i1.n: :!:. r BBIC? : _"
I .FOR' SAVe-II* BLUE or WHITE ARROW SAVE '1 16< CORN OIL t _

't.TURNING CARS SAVE ]14t FOLGER'S Detergent P 48',: Mazola ;:; 69x.

\ 'I ii 1 lB. 69 r; LI .- .. .. r ..

0 e e CAN "

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"'AI. 71'" I./A.
SAVE Wt A CAN 4". LIBBY'S $LI. OR HALVES y CONC
SAVE 18* ASTOR 1Jj1. '
: Peaches. .4 #24

I : '/i/.i. I P CS fee 'f LB. 59 SAVE 4< A CAM LIB9YS FRUIT Cone 1.

". ....,. .. @ CAN C gairi'ti' 303".S I
C'n",' 1..1 I'. n I Y Md,1.,lI..tn, h.Nll/.red,or M..I..\ lbe..,. : Cocktail. .4 ne 1.

,1 1 FI'1laM..Io,| f r' THAT COMMON COLD SAVI44! ; i1; CAN LIMYS l> "

The common cold In the / r:=; tTA4. 350 EXTRA \ CANNED GOODS Cut Beets 10 303 $1
rommnnpBt of all communkable dpi,,CREEN, STAMPS Cnl.
put.Impanel of! aU illiicrjwi cold, the common-oiniiting TiK; t :-" I t& A SAVE 3< A CAN ? UBBYS GARDEN :
mankind. It outnumbers any STAMPS U E '
d '
1 Thin Mints/1Ia
other diHpaiw. abut 20 to I. It > ( II Swt. Peas 5 303
has bows limnlil 1 the average GOOD THRU AuaulT KT ,. Coni. .'
American has about three ayear. : 1
A' A.'w'NN corn"
SAVE 7t A CAN LIBBY'S CREAM OR WHOLE KERNAL\
Thpre is Mill nn drug ape'
"riflrallv effective against the 1 b JO1 s
virus of the mmmnn mid Al- r EXTRA EXTRA A Corn . 8 Canl. .
though a cold in itself U not I
Retinue., upvpral of iU compllcptiona r dt1 Mirwsnw.w GREEN STAMPS /i'Jl anlw, GREEN...""wwa STAMPS..NwNw S /INEAPPLE.GRAPEFRUITTHATO'A
Infection be- d.
are. may Two /MOA
tenon: involved with the imuap* .[AFOOD .DO WO"'H O '
.et any part of the respiratory Platter :2Into Candy I .. . 6s:1.:
,
tract or with the eye ears orklilnpvu. aoD Txeu Auou.} fats GOOD T qu Au.uaT "
health. Maintenance by correct of general .. :" SAVE It A CAN LIBBY'S TOMATO
inn. pxercwp, and the proper ___ .T.MY WINN aglr Ar ANT WINN I 1
amount of Bleep are Important : y,sa ,a l: Juice 4-1.:
: :1rrevpntivPI of the common I EXTRA EX TRA I .e !% . .. .

Treatment of a cold la *HOclatnl d7, GREEN STAMPS .l'Jl, GREEN STAMPS SAVE S.2/3i A CAN UBBYS CORNED BEEF

.. .which with most, a'wnple few simple do not rule follow w-ONA/aA V rwn 'o'H; ; h 3sr1.
Going to bed at the first F CHUN: KINO' aHRIM as . .
S ymptorrn of a ro"lll the best Chow Mtin 59' ( Tea Bags 89' LIBBY POTTED I .
.. at. <'t'. Staying in bed helps j,;; OOOO THRU Au.un HTM GOOD TH'U Auaun lets MEAT Ill ,et/e $1 i, SAVE diyd A CAN ? LIIIY'S DEEP BROWN ,
cocoa cold in two ways by J (Cons .
I AMY WIMN Ntll AT ANY YINN 01x1/" '4oLLIBBV
: ''keeping energy expenditure at PINfAPPLI Beans 10' ,
a :a minimum and by making it Nat S I ."I C0f11
neater to regulate the body EXTRA EXTRA CHUNKS 3 Cant l. "'
a *temperature wi an to amidchilling ( SAVE 6 vi, A uud ? UBBYS VIENNA
and lU consequence' doll GREEN, STAMPS del!, GREEN STAMPS SAVE 6t. LIBBY CORNED I ff ,,.. (
"Alan, staying ir. bod ia benefit N.w aw.wnNwaw nN lw"Nro..w nMNa. 7 ,
: a ... .. .. BEEF -0t 29' a us a e 6 1
: 'to othrrs a" it prevent triecold I. "U' I LI > c g tcanl .
victim from spreading his : :
a
Bita ABarsD494
infection A* moat people Tater 5/100
: know, \the earliest: ymptomi '".",:,' GOOD THOU Auaun "T" '"';; GOOD TH'U Auaun 1hNIT.NY '
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of a cold in a feeling: of drynew 4 7
a' and irritation in the noneand W'.N Net/ IT.NY WIMN' AIIf" '...........
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throat often experiencedfull ''"""''''
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a 21 hours before otheraymptonu 'iur '! !
appear l
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-- 6 CYLINDER CHRYSLER Indus FLORIDA WILDLIFE: SCRAPBOOKCoTTONTAiL with artificial lures So even when The Florida Board of Conservation .

WANT AD RATES I trial Engine with clutch 15000. WANTED I I you use barbed trebles, practical i iI I Just completed a tail wilier

M t per word .,. minimum Ten cubic foot upright freezer I ly every 1 last one released will: be | fishing survey. which show that

Card n* Think*. Hewitt!*** 3000.:; Two 42 gal. galvanized \ nine the worse for his adventure the slate! has 22ft tithing bridges
LOOKING FOR oceanfront home In \I.
and Similar NntleMS water pressure tanks, $18 00. Fernandlna Beach. Two bedrooms '01 : : Walleyes They're almost as i I Jetties and free pier

w>r word, 11.00 minimum Howard Hammond 2613733. A13c tough as bass, but bemuse nf their ,
and dining room a necessity Will I
FLORI"A."i\"i 4 sharn teeth and, the snlnes on (their Game and fresh Water fish
Cal 2ftMftftft or 2 6R7 GRAPES 2Sc QUART. You pick. consider lot to build. Box 2H6 FOUNP THRUOUT backs they must be htmllcd more Commission regulation provide

or place ad s t office Sunday only. W. J. Lehman Rumson N. J. A27e INHABITS PRU5HV PL/ACES IN HELPS ArVP: L. roughly when being! released !SlUI that a Florida wildlife tfflcer may'

Kit A.t| cu.... Amelia City 2615669. tfc EDGE OF FOREST'S LIGHT BROWN they too are. usually hooked lit the scant) nnv vehicle boat or other
28 INCIIBOYS: OR GIRL'S bicycle.!
S ROOM HOUSE furnlshedTincludIng I I Call 261.5840. AUc COLOR WITH WHITISH" FEET lip by artlflclnl lures and probably transportation device while

FOR SALE washer. Or unfurnished. Com ANt COTTONVVHITSTAIL 5l cnly a negligible number die leaving or entering a fish or In'j

when hooked with barb life management area.
by and see. Good deal to reliable .-: : -
FoundONE ,, And now we! ernie tn She plte, -
party. Bill Parker 409 So. 6th.
NO MONEY\ : DOWN: 3 bedroom'i St. Uc 4 -I cursed", a grnera'lnn ago but now '", BE CAREFUL *. .

hrtncs rorriDlcte for living Tile regarded one ef our
I : I!: MATTRESS On highway be. ns very gam-
bith. cnk floors etc Write for SACRIFICE 16 FT. FIBERGLASS cit' llvh. A big pike will eRrs take WITH FIRE ij;
twcen draw and Fernan.
bridge
free folder. Quality Hom..-.. PO. outboard boat complete with 40 dlna Beach. Call 261.4402 and I on artlll1'l31 I[ : lure deeply enough to Q' YOU CAN'T

Box M Occanway. Jacksonville hp. Johnson Motor. Seminole he har ked In file ri's' and a :
Identify.; All 20c '
18. Florida. Call collect 764-4070. Trailer and accessories. Smart ...- sllglit injury tn the gills In playing BUT BACK

,339, A .]3,20o rig only S years old. best offer. crT /t HINt7 or In releasing will cause him g FOREST! '

See anytime at 86214 No. CLASSIFIED FeT to bleed to death
SWAP. FALCON:' FOR TRACI __
boat motor er. Directly behind FleICII'1 < !
and trailer or ell. Ml So. Fletcher I DISPLAY I _
Fletcher. F ONT We should all work toward mnk.
Ave. Phone 2615878. tfc I I 'h
fl !TU Ing our young appreciate the outdoor !

STANDARD: SERVICE STATION FOR RENT I I .*. If a hrrf cm lowe the same Looking

'4 mile north of Callahan Inter.Motion. RA&I5IT HUNTING I 15 PERMITTEPZ dtltOU1 ft.11 fun with md and pin Ihnt WI"''" '

On U.S. 1 or 301. Phone I FOR SALE I :14aif hml., he will' lenrn to love! the nut. FOR A."'".
IN
| MONTHS OF THE YEAR
2M.565I. J30A .13,20c BRAND: NEW APARTMENT com. t! doers and wilt fight at voting age, I

plctely furnished large living YCLEEa.Brdroom FLORIPA A HUNTING'LICENSI:: fLOn'"A.IS for Its retention There" IA 110 bad.ter .

19M/ PLYMOUTH 4 door VS. R1H. area. School teachers preferred. Masonry House REQUIRE TO HUNT RABBITS!! !! w.v to give kids a taste for USED CAR

and overdrive. Dcnendable tramportatlon. 2783 South Fletcher Ave 261. DURING REGULAR OPEN SEASONS the outdoors than camping 'I "

Cill 261-4285 Elbert 4767. All 20p I II Large Lot Concrete Drive 'r FOR R5tNTANL' MISRATDRV GAME Unfortunately the possibilities ? 1 ? ?

Durden A13p ----I Carport Patio Hardwood S for CTnn'ng' are becoming severely ... .
.... NEW UNFURNISHED I 2 bedroomapartment. w SAMS ANIMAL ANP BlRPS ANaA L ...
floors central beat fenced limited. as cur open land ft* "
WANTED TO TRADE Fernandina. ',,
NO PAiLYAGORF.ASOUL.iMt1'9
Bearh home for home on waterfront Year round 1383 So. back yard.IC1.S571 I R closed bv bulldozer and build. STATION WAGON
Fletcher Ave. Phone inns. With Increasing rapidity
In Nauau County to the 2613827.tfc I .
1962 FORD 9 PASSi-
South. Phone 261-5424 II wilderness camping Is plying way .
A13p
- John T. Ferrelra Son I FLO IDA GAMt AND? F5f4WATEFl5l4! COMMISSION"" to organized !!Impln,. Often now. Country Sedan, V-8 Radio
FOR RENT CLEAN: well.equlpped .
2 BEDROOM TILE bath Beech adays, "camp" can mean tents Heater, Automatic Trti1s-
home washer connection and furnished apartment. Suitable for ----- --- staked out like subdivision lots: I

garage. Phone 2615424. A13p couple only. On beach year round I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE and the closest thing! to wildlife a mission, One $1895"I
rate Garage 255 So. Fletcher.2t I I I I Owner
boy sees may be a hungry doa attracted .
LARGE SHADED LOTS at Amelia A6 13 IN OF' PARTITION COWWIMIOWFFf ll'IT BALB Sports AfieldBY off the highway I Excellent)) Condition....

City. Cash or terras. Howard vw IN THC CIRllIT- COURT, fOrRTH There Is today a !good way out "'' 5'.
1 BEDROOM COTTAGE furnished. I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANUs CUR
Hammond 2613733. A13c COMPACTS
2103 So. Fletcher. Year round. SeeCHARLES I I NASSAU COL NT V, rLORIOA. TED KESTING of this boat ramping. "By wator .
: NO' 5440ssAllI.Cy a boy's wilderness la only a "'.
2 PIECE FOAM RUBBER section"-'; Call 261-3228. After August 1, M. COOPER RowE' famed ky 1963 CHEVROLET"
al sofa. Perfect condition readable. Call 283-4431 I' MINNIE Sown!:, bll Wl 115 CIt Is highly Important that an In pain; he Is a frightened dog, short distance awsv. even from I CORY AIR
Waycrosi. AtCooper's ruunifti receive. medical at. I Crandill ...... .
See at 429 So. 5th. 4t J30 A0.13.20c i Injured tat and his first Instinct U to protect city. point out Willard Auto.'fl'ans
I 4-Door Monza .
St.A13c i HEIRs or IOBLH-T ELAM ROWE tentlon as quickly as possible If himself. Therefor, play It safe Bont'i Editor of Sport Afield ,

FURNISHED: APARTMENT by Laundry Deceased It Is practical for the doctor to and see that he cannot bile you. Magazine In almost ill areas' One <

J BEDROOM FRAME 1I0USE. week or month. Reasonable 14th and Beech Sts. I PARTITION PROCBhUINCjSI Dfli-n4.nl i come to the patient so much the Take a piece of cloth three or four there are uninhabited! Islands or Owner. $1995

$43000: ) equity nay off balance. rates. Call 2614320. tfc PHONE 261.3003Fernandina I It hireby |less that th* undermgnttl better for It Is often daiiKcroue. to feet long la necktie will serve); mainland shrreground barked by ...

See on South 10th St. or call 261. -- -- -- 51 cDminloloncn herein )ove an Injured dog ituniicrnus make a loop In the middle, take rood urspoiied lent site a hard I 1962 FALCON

4748. A13p BEACH RENTALS for further In. Beach's i and antacid by In virtue lbs at lbov the cauie court directing order I to both dog and owner. hold of both ends and let the loop hike from nny rond. Wildlife nit- 4.Door Sedan .?,.;:

formation Call W. I. McCranle 1 sate of the property h.r>ln ftr d1 *. ;I "Don't go ruihlnii to an InlureddOIl'1 : swing around his nose Pull the ; urally follow water: these! days One Owner .
FORD JEEP 4-whecl drive. fair CornerOr 1 ..,rlbod. will otter fur sale and ..llm
Volkswagen \ $1195
261-4642. Uc public auction' to the hlihnt audbent aMWance, stremes Henry loop tight. Tie a knot under his It Is being Increasing' driven to Standard Trarn.

condition runs good. Best.' offer. I bl,<1dr for rantS it lbs trout door 1 P. Davis SportIng Drill Kclltnr of chin and carry Ihe end of the water and swamp by clvfllza "

261.5162 evenings. A13c VACATION HOUSE sleeps 12. D I(ernamlma the N ao.au B County..h. No Court..nu H Ciunlv woe, InI Snorts Afield Mannrlnc. AppronchUhlin cloth back around his ear*. You lion. And fishing, now a rarely I 1963) FALCON rONVT. ,

210 ATLANTIC AVENUE Let le37H Oceanfroet fenced yard. Fur. PHONE 354-9093 rinrlda on Monday ( jplomber 14, snmeuhnt/ warily for he Is now have him munlod so that you mentioned sport In organised land Radio Heater

x 100. Liberal tmnil' />* nished.Phone 2614174. tIc I ''BRUNOAGE "AIOTORS IMM.. eetw. n II .m A M and i 00 .. .z.. ran move him camping I I. one of the essentialpleasures Auto. Trans.
P.M., the followlnf dracrlhcd pro>or. 95'One
of boat ramplnll.ICanpowl'r $19'
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS six residential ty situate In Naiidu County, tluiida, PUBLIC NOTICE Most dogs thnt are serIously In- I Owner
SCOTTY TRAVEL Trailer. Com. 1250 East Eighth St. I Is certainly the least
: lo-wii:
lots each let 134 136'*. lured suffer from uliock. The
x pletely equipped. Sleeps five. H.irnl No. II 1 That part of the C.: NOTI TO riFKITORi of eamnlng 19fiO) STVUEUAJJr
problems on
Some terms. Jacksonville, Florida Griffith llrant In Section at, Towrrf ,. riOlin* *TATf'TFIt dog's heart beats faster but weak your any
By owner. Mlroll 209() Law Ex. Make your reservation Scotty I I hip 1 North Bans 13 East of W TliaCO"RT Or THF CWNTV ly he show prostration and he (trip by boat.. Buys love this kind LARK $595
Trailer Sales Ph. 261.3474. the Tallahaas Mtrldan. d.lClrl$ > Jtni.F. N"'5" rotNTV HimIDA. or work. The more they do the .
change Bldg., I tees marked *. ai deicrlb-t i i.d better they'll learn and the more ; :
press Ihlnk he feel. Treat
must
Jacksonville Fla., Telephone .11 Katale of surely GOODTRANSPORTATION
TWO BEDROOM furnished apt. For Sole I I In the It overn meat llld motes. '. Irll' : M-. <-.,,.". n.f.a. -i. lilenllly they'll feel wllh our American .
355.2625.NICE Private entrance. 421 N. 3rd St. I .. th* Non h.aatcorner ol aald Tv Alt I Credit oesai d P ersans Harts him for shixk before attending to outdoor' heritage While
llrant: thenc North 70 d.r... (litres. at Demands AmiDst Sal: minor ml* or breaks. It I Is Imnnrtnnl .
LARGE LOTS for ..>: tfc POSTERBOARIs..u o __ .h. Went along th* Noriherly line ofsld Eolal.lYnu tIle boat t camping, boy at all time
In keep doll warm =
: FORD _
1959
urail, 1 1.327 left to llglilwood
Good teimii. One quarter mile carbon paper scratch pflds bond and eirh nf you are herebynMiflfrt dike an active and responsible
HOUSE UNFURNISHED\ beautiful. pout act In sold line: them ScullS His own body temperature will
and rrlmco onionskin for nr I reoulrerl In prcient nnvclnlma part there rs never a fouling 01 ((5; Cylinder Staiul.irtTSttftWrecked }
South of Five Points on Amelia paper 110 dexreei Went. I 1.:120: fret to lI'h"E ,
ly decorated suitable for Harden( and ,ilemnnd which roll or help If he Is well covered. He
sale at NEWS LEADER 511 Ash punt, thence fkiuth' 70 dp fries .. being herded aIling a on I bus 5
/
Rd. Call 2C1-OJ21 tfc cub,rnfvon. mnv h v* agulnut th* Cnr.Thl .
and chicken Near 5 Points. t I IMO feet to a llghtwimd pott should be taken to a wirm place

-SEE THE ? EW'SANDY KOUFAX Phone after 4.00 p.m. 2815339. St. net In the East (Sins ..I said clnlm EaktI .,I .eutiiti North ill flrgreea fishIng
thence Swimming diving booting. .
or Niiaaau Cnunlv, Florldiit Rear
Judge But The
A13p IV nllmi'lant. The slmp'est Is a cimof
no prop no gears pure thrust .U7: fret to oppress tress"d pine* I "f
hla offlc In the court rviw and most wilderness land-
PUBLIC or ,beginningParrrl warm coffee. flavored wllh I Quarter Panel $295
NOTICE Sleuth
outboard aid County at Fermimilmi:
velocity Jet engine
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT No, 41 The "South ont-half camp pastimes .too. are wide open .
Runs In 2 Inches of water 6 hours ", ot Lot I I. or the Southeant Quurleror "riorliti' within sin c'lendur months crenm and sugar Don't give al. U Dent)
Atlantic Ave. across from Key. NOTICE! U TI>rR HCTITIOUS from the time or the hesS publicitlnnof tn the boy who camby boat. .
gallon. Only $119 as. Dealer NAME: LAW ; quarter ol 'Hec- Two "pl.. of eachclnlm cohol.In I ; .
per stone Hotel. 201-4689. tfeI nthrl.NT o 2. North, Han, this nstl'e. c And a beaeh Is a real place for a I
Notice. li hereby glverr that th nr dnmnr.l Khnll be In writing
un. the of broken
Inquiries Invited. Phone 261.5063 case a
F.ustCarrel
21:
denlgned. puriunnl to Ictltloua" 1 I and hall lint the filiue" or realilcm roaring! wilderness! campflre. No
or Write Box 236 FcrnandlnaBea BEDROOM FURNISHED hOUSE Nom. Slalute" Houne Milt No. 1173, I Towrjhlp, Ne.I North 9: Lot Rang I. Recllon 13: East II. nnd pint offli-e addrena or lbs cliilm-:, keep) the leg as straight' .* Irll'j other form of camping offers socumulcle See Charles, Gene :|

<-h. Fla. Shady lot. Phone 261.4663. tIc Chnplcr No. moot, Laua of Fldrlda. I' The abtive described property, ttigether < ant and ihnll hi awnrn to bv Ih..llIlmonl. i slblc, If there Is a compound a chance for boysto
IMI will his agent. or altornev and young Curt
reglater lth th .
Clrrk of : .. : or .
with all <>( the t nain nlhrrrditamenta and hone has
Sure thin
th. Circuit, Court In and for Naaiaufountv ,,,... .roomp.nled by a Ming fi'e of on* I participate In. and learn Individually -
and
$200 00 $57 month buys 3 BED ROO M aPPull.na
down ma. UNFURNISHED
itemund not
Florida upon receipt of proof dollar and suet clnlm or through the skin pull the leg soI much true outdoor -
In sn ATLasserre
,
three bedroom home. So. 14th. St. Large of publication ol Shut thereunto neliinglng or anvtllae uppertuinmg tiled ahull be voidm .
senary I HOUSE. 514 notice It.a lieliliouj ,| will h* sold at auld sail! III: o nonulrl L Liiflreaa I thnt the bone no longer shown activity ,
to '
name ltMACS
lot. Call 2G1-5077\ or 261. ol auld order. auhlecl to I .,
corner punujnce
fllNCI.AIH SERVICE DruId L Lamlroi At executor of For the purpose of transporting
Passing lawn I I. Important but
John T. Ferreira A Son 3719. AUf Uniler which W* aesengags d In conllrniallon of sold null by the tue HI! 'VIII nnd Tent iment of Her- Motor ;
It I IA Bdvliablp to ..ltnl'hI
108 bu.,lrtest. I court lie Mje ('-..dv. rleiemedAltiln : i tlhl' dog anvme wnntlng! to do more for
Atlantic A... Phone 2M-SS71 Dated at Fprnamllna llenrh. Naaiiu .'
VACATION: APTS. We are engaged In bunlnen .S SB. 01 C. ThnrnpNnn Jr.Attnrnen a stick tn his I leg, lying It above buys and for ii'ililior: sports In
County Flerld.1 the lilt day
ft l MADE APTS. completely 8th Rlreet. Fernairllna lleach. '1. Augutt I'M. I for l'.r"lorI and bcloiv the brenk. Every effort Kcnerul/ should' cnnxldcr bout Company .j
F.XAI.UM CUSTOM OCEANFRONT That the only parties Interolcd. maid .I "". AH'nilc Av.nu.I ,
M. .Vexotlan: blind ieasur 4 w4Installed. .JurgUhcd. Day/- week or month bole enteiurl, .Ml W.. .. Me* -f" /*.,/ AlWn C,..Thompaon. .' .', Jr. Verffandjp: Rani, lorldn ,I slmulil: be! mule Itt prevent Ing The best way to cllmp'l *
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Ch..nar1oJ. -. '. ..r. "Irll| > *'. I14-
E. WClntn41 'publiCa"' J"V !
Or
| : Call 2qi-.Wl'
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Wide, canoe of colors.. 484 S: Fletcher Ave: 261.3a75tfe Do.\ 728. S .rlS.t. /I r.bI..i..I" *" J: JI.I ft/ 4JO: AflllZOi i thn .Kliarp' point or rtluo nf the KnuitMiniin Is tii mllkl' a ,II,

PORTER LOVEQUIST Color : .i ...n."r' .51. Broken" btn from standing; around first., i I

Center. Phone 2fil-30fi8. Iff FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS: apart. !' PUBLIC NOTICaT"IN 'I"C. c.II.H Ingram Ingram PUBLIC NOTICED I and culling' a blood vs'snei|. I If Ihepelvis --- -

ment for rent. Desirable location. CommlMloncri. I a shoulder bliulp, or a rib
2614227. We TNR: CIRfllT COURT, FOURTH A M. ("..hl.... Jr. NOTHB OF ElECTION I IS broken IH! Ihe dog alone until
JIDICIAL riRCHT OF FLORIDA, Suite UK Baymar llulldlng, Be It that I. TOM ADAM4fecretary .
FURNISHED houseon IX AND KK NASSAU COUNTY Jarkionvlll. .'lorld.l.Allorn..y i l'n"I:, ul th* Htnle of the vrk rlnarliin can treat him or
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 BEDROOM lit CHAOCFRY. CASE NO 1IM for Plalntirfs' Horlila' do hereby glv n"tl-s' Shot tell you what to dn. I
Bailey Road. 261-5873. CERTAIN-TFCII: PRODUCT CORPORATIOV 4t 1.13, 20, 1'1. a 1 I a I.FNEHAI.; ; ELECTION< :' ,,'lll he held
PIRATE'S COVE AG,13cMISCELLANEOUS the aucceiwr by m... --- In Naaaau C'lUlf.y. florlitn. on Tues.di. .
2t I II
___. Ice IV INSTITLTK rUR ESSEN.TIAL PUBLIC NOTICEIN I .yneot.uece edng: the firat:: M.mdavIn Whnt percentage of fish will be
IIOUSINi' ,. INC. Corpora- November. A n. I'lfrl' the, said 'losjt with b'trblcm' himks cnm-
3 bedroom 2 bath home lion Plaintiff.BINU TIIR riRtllT COURT Hit ItTMjtmriAL I Tueiday 'bring; the third duv nf Nilvembtr '
I ... CIRCUIT OF turn- tn fill the filluwlng nfflteitinltid : pored with barbed ? And whurrmpiiraUve > ,
family room deep well ,.. KFt.LFR and ANNIE! M. IDA IN AND ton NASSAU COIN- States fd-nulor percentagn released
small KKOLER, hi. oil, TY. IN tHANrrmr.Caie Step mom buys In C..nlf'. ''' for th* I
Pay equity from each will survive I
Drf'naaiiti. N* tast DIVISION Fighth' CtngreiMilnmil: lilntrkt
and assume mortgage I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE: NOTICE OF lilT FFIIFMAI NATIONAL MOHTdAfiKASSOCIATION I; Three Ol Juntlcei if tIe' Supreme I In quite open water where! thefish
for debts Incurred by anyone THE' STATE' OF FIORIDA TO: a corporation Mian- i Court llroupa I. 2 and' .1
BIN L. KElLER and feed under an Ad *f Cossresnasd One ,III' Judge of the Olilrlrt Omrtof can't tangle the line In nnv. '
2661 McGregor Blvd. other than myself. (signed) Ama. ANNIE' M KFOLEH kit Wile eilillag pilMuanl la Ike Federal National I Armeul lor th. I nil I Appellate" I Igor thing and used bv a fairly skill.
lla (Molly) Bunch. A13. 20, 1 27p HASHINI.TON" D C. I Martgag Aaxirlallnfl OhsleeArt 1
261.5453 C i MRS HA7E1 MATHIIROITK having In principal ofllre In IheHv : :ill Circuit Julge, Fourth JudicialCircuit ed. anxlcr:( who rincsn't give slark'

CARPENTERING.: ROOF REPAIR. ; I. IIOX 01 Z.HILLIARII (' of Wanklngton, lil.lrlcl of Vol. I' line h.irhlcM honks, will priihahly I'
"'.ORID". .swiSs ""v.rrmrSoer.tnrv
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Reasonable! rates. Cyril lootS more flub than will barbed
painting. You and sash ol you are "Hereby Plaintiff of Rt.ite
261.4746 AVe notified that a lull has been riled afalnal V.. Comptroller because, the much slimmer point
TWO BEDROOM house on Ray.on Byron vou In th. ahnv" entitle* cause itol.FR n. IIAIIIIF.N and GUIlt' I C'lmirlaitii, ner nf Agriculture I penetrate' more, readily losing
and that M. 550500EN his wile. Treasurer '
you an hereby required to '
Rd. Large lot. Terms arran II. S85.00 WEEKLY AND MORE for, tile p sur.n sver OttO the Clerk otShe Dotandses) Attorney rM>nerulHuperintenrlent fewer fish. But nf cour,e, when a ti : .t ; -.vt ui.7is/e#. % .* ,
ed. Ph 2615421. tfc reliabV man or wcman to" r. Circuit Court and tn aery* cepy AFFIDAVIT POM CONSTRltTIVBSERVICE if Public Inolru<'I/"n/ fish tangle line or leader he's
thereof upon th* Platnnrf or Plain. Florid Public Utlllli'i CimmliiahifierState
F URLA: GEhad' lots-at"'Five vice Watkins customers In Fer- tiers Attorney whoa sums and ad. STATF.' OP.. rLOfllDACOI'NTV Attorney of the Fourth JuillclHl mud, more likely to twist 1 off a :
nandlna Beach. Full or part time dma !to: OF DUVAL ,;I Circuit barbies hllf k. & Jmstrong 1ir
Points. If you dt's!,, we will Write C. R. Ruble THOMAS II HALL 1 Brfore m* perannallv apnajredStepherf Public Defender Fourth Judicial Circuit
build for ifr No Investment! Attorney for PlainS:" I .tratford, wh. being by in.1 I i Iv far the greater Jll'r'l'I1tu.
you. Dept 8.1 P. O. Box 2447 Memphis, II North fourth Street.Femandtna first duly ,aworn depoaei and says: One III' Member uf Ih* lloui.' of Hep1rewntativt I II of barbies honk I II used by fly ;hf; LINOLEUM
'tr A13p Reach Florida I Thiit alllant I la of cniinMl foe: *
804 Stanley Drive Tennessee. not 'later than th* ol August Plaintiff Federal National Mortgjg I County. Judge fishermen "With a burble' one
I\.dalo
1WM If you fail BO Dier's AMoclatlon, I''lerk or the Circuit Court reach down and twin the
can i1 KITCHEN
$:"iOO; for $1500 equity. Take up Pay. LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with Dex I fro Confeaao will be entered a. 2 Thai" diligent ...r..h and Inquiry I Sheriff I you : I II FLOORS
mails 3 bedrooms I baths A.Dlet Tablets. Only 98c at your latest you lor the reller demanded I have been mudi to di sesver toe A *eMor hook loose without even lifting Iheflith 1 i'a
in laid and resll.svas of th defend- : fax:: NO OIMC noos ofIBS men A
Complaint Tb nature nf mid n.mll ColleoKirCuunlv from the! water Slavics huts I wioi
..hr drug store. S3e ais hung tor Foreetousre 0 n theiltuat lot.towlq nil. R"ger il. Hjilden and i.lnrl.i Huperlntendem of Public In- ;.e..t' (bId. Ot HANDSOMI COtOII ANOIIYHS.
1127 No. Fletcher Ave. described;;" property In M Hidden, hi* wile, and thai the atructuinuuervlaor, Lucas Angling Editor of Sport ': .. THI IITIA. IMOOTH IUfACI 'IS x, cn
350000. furnished NOTICE. WASHING MACHINEand I th. Coumy. of N assuuan d SUM oJ sumi sri III forth In this ,swum I '' of ReglatrotlonTtree I Afield Magadne./ : : :' :.x iAr to CHAM. IVIM r* you "ILL I y
Completely Call Florida to-wlt: atatement aa particularly *' 'la knownto III Membera nf the Board of a. it'. .'
+ refrigerator repairs Smith Eight isi feel of SuMlvl.' airiant County Commlaaloneri, IJintrula I, 1 Experiments by various stale ; O IAM 01 on ON IT you CA. n MAl 4. a
14th. alter 7:30: p.m. to 7.30: a m. 225. ion "D" of Lot II and th. Nerthlortytwo > That lbs ago of the defendant. and i. fish and game department have "t'o"5 IU U"UIY. AIMSTIONO UNOIIUM ,s, :
210 So. Ifl. 5294. Call during day at Hilliard 1421) feet of LuMivi- Roger II. Madden: and l.lorla. M Madden Two ill Member of the Hoard 5,5Public I "i .5 COMIS SOltS MX HIT WIOI .ANO CAN ," '
2 bcdrorms 2 baths, extra nice ionC" of Lot II. all I In Block ills wit.. ai particularly n In :I Inntrwtl'in.::: : 0; trlita I and 4 shown that up to 98 percent of #5'5 M INtTAUID WITH MINIMUM HAM.
yard 12500.00 145.3853. tfc Two Hundred fourteen I214i, ai i known to alllam. la: Unknown : Three ui -HKtiiee of the Peat, Ola"In. I I: those caught with barbed file or
shown on th. official pint nf the 4 Tbit the realrtencea' uf the del m4anta I. $ ant a artificial
I ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS City nf Fmnnrima, II lithographarxt H..ger il. Hadden and. i.lorki Three 'Hi C.nsthtes. Districts I Sand I wllh barbed slngle-hook
No. S lisa Circle\ Forest 111111 LET .<. lamed kv IKe Florida Roll.md M Hjclden his wife aa P ,rtleutoriyas < lures will survive !sn from that $6000$
help with your drink. Company in 1007 and enUrg la known to affiant la- sInhn.nwe..t indae. Presit. ClnlmaTnree Cllurt ,- standpoint. It really doesn't' seem MSTAUIOfair
} bedrooms Florida room. lK'autl'l log problem. Writ Box 8':<8, .d. revIsed and rtl'iued Ire IHk7 MAHON' BTRATFORUifi ("'", ,,,Iy ''arr.usr KITCMIN
fully landscaped yard 1300.00 ,I and "'001 hy She Honda TawnImnrnveraent Stephen SirHorddtephen SOt Memhen. Humphrey Menorlal I I to matter ninth whether trout are
Cit7; or Phone Jax. El 6-7700. Company stratford HliniUI, mmrlcK f. 4 and S brought In wllh barbed or barblefts. "".
down assume payments $9360 WITNESS my hand: and official teal, HIS Bavmar llulkling tJackaonvllle. Two 121 Men-hora, o..un Highway
per month. rLOOB SANDING and/ rtflnlghInf. of laid Court In the < .it. of >ern>ndlna .> ri'.rirtiAltnmeva at,' t ..'.rl Authority. Lr.un* I and I. 1 However, H's easier for IhpUKl'r Sass-isa Il -
Reach, N sense County, Horkta. fur Plaintiff '., -, Id Teatlmnnv Whereof I hiv her to release one caught on a
til Paul E. Hanson.Pliim Porter &
CONTACT PETE IMGRtM Floor thle :2>th day" of July A D IM4 Sworn to and subscribed baton m* unln' lit my hand and the I.rent It doe him LovequistCOLOR
Saletnu 1A1..4Mt.| tft hEALS 1,1 D O OXLEY'' this 14th day of ."..1', pros, of Ih* State nf Florida, al) barbies and give
Clerk of th. Circuit Court of AD 1'164 Tall-ihaane*. tli,* C--pit.il. this th a feeling of nice clean, iportsman-
L. L. Bohannun Agency Naaaau C-unty, Florida ,sIrma Hitter ti--'v: .flrat day ol July, A. O.tSEALl' ship) And Rive others the same .
13 North 4th Phone 16I.SOI THOMAS II HALL. Not->rv Public Slat of Florida al 5004. CENTER :..::

"We Mllrtt Undent. M IMMf f MAcreage" Trade At Home Attorney North for Fourth Plaintiff.II Street. I IU My Large CummluloA dololfis't !Maf. 50,' { 'I'm' AnA'II.. felling Bass" toward like trout him.are almost Invariably South 8th Str.tt Plion*::2613068I .

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I: f'' fuse Twelve L News-Lender, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 13, 1964!
The pORt office handle approximately 131 different. .. bins at a rate of 58 Charles L.
{IlIor1d's Fair Post I I 250,000 pieces of mall each letters per minute fur each of the Crapps
CooI-D 1icate-RettcSbing Dessert \ day twelve operators. Completes CourseAt

) YOUR GOVERNMENT Office Shows Mail' Postcards to friends and relative The work area Is surrounded bya Fort EustisFORT
buck hi me are a big Item About ramp and gallery fur visitors
WOW are mailed from the Fair which U from 11 AM to 6 _
'I open EUSTIS, VA. AIITNC( )
A WEEKLY REPORT BY. *Handling of Future each day. One third of these are P.M., seven days a week. Tape Specialist Four Charles L. Crapps,
r addrcbscd to persons overseas recorded vignettes explain the ac- son of Mr and Mrs. James w,
Vlsllor: lo the Mew York World's Foreign visitors have no trouble tlon on the work floor and describe Crnpps, Route 1, Pcrnandlna Beach,
Fair from Fernandina Beach have understanding U. S. post 11 opera. the operations of each machine, Fin., completed a 13-week single
an unusual opprrtunlly to see a prit ,, Mona The facility has staff memo I Outside the building, mall boxes engine airplane repair course at
FARMS BRYANT office I of the future I Postmaster burs who speak twenty language from 21 countries serve as back. the Army Transportation School,
Governor of Florida 11. Mellon laid tuduy. W'j I Postmaster Melton notes that ground for the red, white and blue Fort Eustls, Va., Aug. 7.

A circfully-chcscn group of 80 I residents of Nassau County who box of the United Stales During the course Crapps was In.
FLORIDA AT TilE WORLD'S neth Donahue, director of the empl.yees: Irtm New York urea I! attend the Fair and wish to tryout A prototype stainless steel mailbox structed In methods of repairing
FAIR Rlngllng Museum of Art at Sarasots. .I post offlcei man the facility which I their torelgn language ability can being tested as an eventual re. engines and allied equipment usedon
I hnndlci all the Fair's mail and I either talk with the multi-lingual placement for the standard box Army aircraft.
The Florida Pavilion at the New Tourism, the It ate'. leading Industry erne from the Flushing, New York I window clerks or listen to a tape used for the past forty years I Is located He Is a 1954 graduate of Black.
York World's Fair Is i big success. Is stressr.J In many free I area. The o'ltslde mall li used to recorded presentation In the post at one of the Fair's busiest shear High School
It Is the finest promotional tool exhibits In the exhibition hill. keep t the highly: mechanized I devices office lobby which features Individual Intersections M w V BW>w. .. M
Florida has had in a score olyears. operating{ at "full tilt." earphones for those who speak
Visitors may also tour a model Postmaster Mellon suggests that Loomis P. GibsonIn
It Is making money, and Japanese, French, German, Italian
Florida thump __ I Fernandina Beach area visitors tithe >
we are gIving no thought to closing and Spanish Chesapeake Bay
The entire area Is authentically' Fair express their comments
it before the end of tho two dayi or the Fair was 18.197.684.
landscaped with sub-tropical plants. New equipment on hand Includes on the new box by dropping a neteIddre.sed Coast Guard Cruise
year running time of the entire At thin halfway point, the attendance
Ccn- ,
an experimental Pltncy-Bowes to the "Superintendent.World's
Live Flamingos wade about an I : I II
.... fair.Tho artificial swamp I Is near one half of the total trlfeed which spins envelopes rap. Fair Post Office" through USCGC (FHTNC) Loomls P.
The elegance of this fruit flavor gelatin dessert belle its aim* Florida World's Fair Aulh. It has been estimated that over of 4a milllin" expected to visit the I Idly around a wheelllke mechanismand the modernistic mall slot. Postage
Prepared with lime flavor(gelatin and the newest fresh fruit orlty did to off con. Fair lit lObl. Annual and September Gibson, boatswain's mate first
1I1Iclty agree pay I 70 million people will sea the Cit places them upright on their Is not necessary. If they wish, visitors
flavor IrI'latintrawberry.banana and pine.pple-grapeftult, it I structlon costs at too rapid apace run Tower during the mure than are expected to be the most longest side. They then move Into may discuss their reactions class, USPO. son of Mr. Grady II.
light and perfect for summer, but have been meeting successful months from an at. Gibson of Fernandina Beach, Fit.
they two years the structure will be I a machine which cancels stamps with clerks at the post office build. ,
SurprU lUlnlow Dessert all of their obllgaUons and will standing. tendjnic ilandpulnt and postmarks envelopes at a rate log recently participated In the Coast
1 package ((3 01.) 1 package ((3 vmf continue (to do so or secure Other contributing factors to thePavilion' I Florldlans/ can be proud that the I of 500 letters a minute. Guard Auxiliary sponsored Chesapeake
strawberry-banana t j, lime flavor gelatin through a re-negotlallon an understood Pavilion not only displiyi the fun I Bay Cruise on Chesapeake
I c; 3 boiling waterS success are the excel. I Letters are sorted to go all over The goal of the State Board of
flavor gelatin :>, < t cups cups cold water deferment of them lent press coverage It Is receiving I qualities of Florida but It rxemp'lflct the world by machines which posl. Conservation (is to secure maximum Bay aboard the Coast Guard Cut.
1 package ((3 oz.) ? 1/2 cup drained canned The Pavilion, located precisely and the friendliness of Its attractive h I : her culture, her charm. tlon the mall so that the addresses, benefits of marine life to the public ter Sassafras.The .
pineapple-grapefrult crushed pineapple where It was In the highly successful hoMcsscs. I log communities, her wide vorle.t are visible to an operator who sits without reducing the amounts avail. ciulse was designed to show
flavor gelatin 1 cup heavy cream 1939 World' Fair, has There Is every reason to believe+| t ty of industry, In front of a keyboard similar to able. news media and government off).
'; Prepare each flavor of irclalin separately according to pacVagtdirections been drawing the largest crowds that: even greater crowds will at- i The tremendous range ,'rowlI'l that on a typewriter. By pressing dais the Coast Guard's Auxiliary
using 1 cup boiling water and 1 cup cold water for each In the Lake Amusement Arcs of tend the Exhibit since thu Fair I rd pylon at the Florida Pavilion the correct buttons, 100 letters a The gameflsh called dolphin Is a safe boating program

Chill; until bowl slightly of strawberry-banana thickened.Set (gelatin In a large howl partly the fair and has been averaging has begun to live up to Its attendance erven as a I landmark t to fuirco- I II minute are automatically directed faet-growing species. Dolphins The Curtis Bay, bid? based cut.
filled with i Ire and water. Whip with sturdy beater until fluffy and thirty to forty thousand people a forecasts. For example, on L I crs. Word U traveling fast Hint to bins for 50 different destinations. weighing!: less than two pounds hove ter Is responsible for servicing aids
thick Pour Into 10-Inch tube pan and place In refrigerator. day.The July 27, attendance was 2 O.212 I this little bit of Florida Is a must A larger(. device, the Burroughs I attained a weight of 56 pounds In I to navigation and search and res.
Whip pineapple-grapefruit gelatin in lame way and fold In success Is all tho more and the total for the ninety seven at the New York World's Fair. SOl tcr. crops letters and cards Into lone year at Marincland of Florida I cue missions In the Bay.
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crushed pineapple.I Pour over layer of strawberry-banana gelatin. startling since the main gale of I ------- -_._ -- --- -- --- -
and over layer of pineapple-grapefruit
lime
Then whip gelatin pour
the Fair Is at the farthest point
gelatin Chill overnight or until firm
Unmold.t Whip cream, sweetening: to taste! spread' on ndP: and from the Pavilion The main gate
tides of mold, a with fresh strawberries and c pint draws 6j'%f of tho total traffic Into .
apple chunks, if desired. Makes 12 servings the Fair Gales Five and Six,
Into the Lake Amusement Area, ATTENTION FERNANDINA BEACH
-- draw only I 18'/f of Fair visitors,
This small percentage and the
difficult access to the area from
the Fair proper his contributedto
tho recant troubles of the Lou. HOUSEWIVES !
LOANS. Islana Exhibit, the closing of the
musical revue at the Texas Pavilion .
and the closing of the Won
derworld Show which occupied
the amphitheater adjacent to the
TO BUY OR BUILD Florida Pavilion

The woes of other exhibitors In
the Lake Amusement area have
left a greater burden of Floridato

Whether You're Look.in9 draw Falrgoers. I I"SBill
Then too, the New York World's

At Blueprints, or Fair Corporation threw a few
surprises our way They cancel. !

Homes For Sale Our Jrf, led plans to construct a moving I
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visitors from ,
sidewalk to bring
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(<{J}
the Fair proper to the Lake .
Financing Can Help '74, "" !).. Amusement area Originally, a '
... t tremendous nightly fireworks dls-1'' iz-;
You Take Prompt : .t' .' play had been planned from the
I
: Lake Amusement Area This was I
Sound Action. Q ": shifted the World's Fair p
'" ":- by Auth.\\
orlty to the center of the
The Florida Pavilion Is aituat-': ROil I

ed on Muadow Lake. We had I IjjiJ1I] [ ] ] U

Let's You Discuss Build, Refinance It Before the several planned exhibition waterborne to. use of the lake Florida exhibits: to ,walcrsports stage and ,i I- ; } '

it but the lake Is not now
I permitted to be used for that '
f Or BuyFernandina purpose, COME Jf y ppwr
I In spite of all this, the Florida OWN 1NE FRIGID SEE AND N'
Exhibit has steadily Increased In ACTION JET
:' Federal popularity, A recent survey by WASHER!
:1 ., the Market Research Corporationof BUDGEJjfCE3 FOR EVERr 1
r America, taken at the Fair
Corporations request, showed
Savings & Loan Assn
Florida to be the second most
popular exhibit In the Federal and
= '202 Atlantic ArenueO" ...." ..; '" Stales area Only New York, the IlfIlOW'UIJIIT 'i"1lIIIIJAIl
host state, with its fourteen mil. !
lion dollar exhibit, ranked ahead i
of Florida. ::
-- -- Others given rating below Florida : ..
were, In order New York
City, Hullywood-USA, Hawaii IIlinols .
New England, United States rwo-SFIIBWASHER!
Pavilion, Missouri and Maryland. I'
Now I The survey was based on Inter. flf-, f J
virus with Fair visitors ''
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I Many reasons are given for the : .to.
Florida Pavilion's leadership In
I the amusement area. There Is the

FASTER SERVICE AND I fabulous live porpoise show, urn. a' ,
orally considered to be the hit of m i"-..
the Fair It has been averaging /

:;, REASONABLE PRICES close dally. to 3,500 paid admissions This Is '

Revenue that wo derive from of a neW
the Porpoise Show more than + i 1100
wash p st
NEW
forlYJIIfifitllg e r Ar
meets the! operating expenses. It
PATENTED t:
Is producing about 13.000 a day peep Action 1dz2cDA sec
now cad the box office continues r

fifty Mi red to Improve. I
In acidltlon to that we hive established
tho Everglades Exhibit "1o:1II': 1

9l lrlli jll "lat")1I6 to produce, some extra revenue: 1 ,
( { 9 without In any way affecting the )I
free Exhibit Hall. Out of these 'i As.uen..nurl
potentials we hope to receive ,, e I '
and enough put money to meet all ob-,! + a Moe.IwhCAal I. I
4 colon Sr wane
i HIM)ions. I
The new Kverstades Show a.
J/r1i'JlfClJS6 which played to 12.500( people In ; e 2 speeds give gentle care to Wash &Wears.
e Its first week of operation late e Automatic Soak cycle Ideal
i last month has a splraling uttend- "
+.t.w for diapers, work clothes. s.
acre and thJk part of the exhibit '
All Styles And Types Of EngravingWE I i looms as the "plcrprr" of thei S Four combinations of wash and rinse

i Fair It provides continuous en. Only the Jet Action Washer has. temperatures for correct fabric washing.
| Icrlalnmvnt throughout the day.
e Rapldry Spin leaves wash extra light, a
ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF I, treats Admission the Is visitor a nominal to the 2Sc exciting' and unique BB-8flihilVD! action I extra dry., saves heavy lifting I t t I';'.,Lf inuu

ENGRAVED Ross Allen Reptile Act from Silver '

Springs, alligator\ wrestling, Creates Jet currents :,.
LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS authentic Seminole Indians, and LIBERAL TRADE-IN
an act from Naptca featuring a to help remove heaviest soil I Ik
ENVELOPES: : ; SOCIAL STATIONERY piano playing duck) c.:
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The Exhibit Hall at the Florida Jel.smoothwashlng. ALLOWANCE Htt",
Pavilion Is free. One of the cliirl strings seldom snarl .
even
i apron t
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cultural
attractions Is the art exhibit
Sec Samples At In the center of the circular Jet-Away rinsing "scoots" lint,
terms t' I
building Paintings Include several inter scum right out of the tub. J easy :,t .

nationally famous old minion, and
jtntatini\]leach Ncute-Ieaicr: a few of the modern varietv Included '
are the works of Ruben,
PHONES 2G1-3G86 2813687We Paolo \vrunese, Fran Hals Ale.
.i s.ndro Magnasco, Window Homer .
Paul C'eunllR"lr., and others
Represent One of the Largest and Best The art owned b>' private FLORIDA
collectors living\ In Florid and by PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.

Engraving.Firms In The United States museum In the IlallI.Is valuedat
over two million dollars It war
selected for the Florida Pavilions ,
a i by a committee bended! by Ken.
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