Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00086
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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I 5 Millionth Vehicle Travels Buccimeer Trail ;1

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jidA'amllrn' ,., Red Carpet Rolled Out For Georgia (hcupants II I

Proceeding along rn their merry *
"way" down the Due' 'cancer Trail In I

"' a vacation In 1 Daytonu Beach, a ,, v __ ip'e
.b': 1e'( ,
".,.0 GcoiRli family suddenly found $ '
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tnemsclvei "iippiehenclcd' on :lIon
Congrnlulatlons!: to the Chamber 4i day morning ba "rcimlMoc of ,
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or Commerce, the Stale Road Depaitmcnt 4M'n stale, cuuntv, lily and Clmmbcr of s
and nil who participated : M V : *"* Commerce olllclnlH' K

In or contributed to the recognition The "roadhloc, was used ni a

given: the 5000,000th vehicle to fCANV pretext for ilolamuiK! the Inmily fur

travel the Buccaneer Trail. The fliilhcr iiiMKliM.ilion, and Ihey W'I'l'ord'rl'd
,promotion hud( widespread: publicity r 1
ST to tU1'1III'olilld/ inil heed w
and reflected[ well on this flieuof back Inward Kdii.imliuu, : He.uh\ 1\\ ti tt l re'
Fli, and the emphasis placed r ,
until they could be i'hoc'keel out by
em tllurl) m. Congratulations/ alxo In the preper offultils' .

the James P'irhams and son, Lnr. The "appreheuolon" woo made,

ry, of lljncvlllc, Ga.. who were retlplenlt al I the earth lull p'n/ii' of the Hue 4v n k i
of the many favors accented : t
cancer wluic II misses :Nan.sau .
I horn by local businessmen Sound .
and Ineln'IduiilH. This fine wholesome t
During line 'pscMidn' 11I\(' I1I1II.
family responded to the hon. eyapr
lion It was siuldenlv'.... rC'II'a'd) 11" Ilio :
ors henped on them In an appreciative family, Mr. and Mrs: James T 4 11 I
manner thnt made the giving
even more enjoyable: for t their I Paihum and son Lorry, of ll.ipo.vlllc .
Ga., an Atliiutu/ mibuib Hint
benefactors. As the Parhnms en.
they wire the niciipitnl of Ihe :3 I !
!erect their cur on Wednesday
milllinth enr to travel! the line, 014 e
their Interruptedtrip 'wr
morning to resume I
cancer Trail sod, at mien' were
to Beach, they left
Invited to be the guests of the Far I
little doubt that Fernandina Beach :
nandlna Beach Chamber of Commerce ; ewYi1
and those with whom they came In JtI
I for two fun-filled days and
contact would remain long! In their
with' all
Bights paid.
fondest memories, I, and certainly f"fIl.n.l' S
When asked hRav Calclucll, of h ,p'
Trail manager Joe Scofleld 11m : :
looking forward with !great anticipation I the Chamber welcoming committee,

to the 10.000.000th vehicle ,I THE JAMES T. PARHAMS, Hape\ille; Ga., occupants of the 5 millionth vehicle on the if they could accept the city's hospitality .
for the two days, Mr. and
and feel that, with the added publicity Buccaneer Trail are shown at the north toll plaza of the Trail after being$[; "appre Mrs Pirham told the 16- ear-old
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being Florida's given this Atlantic picturesque Sea. hended" and invited to be guests of the Cry: :of Fernandina Beach for two day and Larry that It would be up to him KEYS TO TilE CITY were presented tit the Marine Welcome Station by Major E.

board route along this number car will not be nighta. Left to right, Joe Scofield manager of the Buccaneer Trail; H. J. Young-blood The Idea appealed to Larry and the J. Johnson Jr.. at right an the Parhams exSllilt the oversize key to the Buccaneer Trail

too far in the future sheriff of Nassau County; Larry and !Mr.\ and Mrs I arham ; Reed Lewellen, president festivities began' as bite tdevlsluncameral they hud received at the point! they were "intercepted".

of the Chamber of Commerce, and David Gatchel city manager began to mil and radio .

In this column two weeks ago I and ncwipapermen began In ply Davis !Is NamedTo
motto mention of the desirability the POI h.ma with questions. Re-organization Of I Mrs. Gertrude West

of having Fcrnandlna Beach de. Tom Tllmnn, chairman/ of the Florida Forest

clurcd a free port so as to caplt- promotion for the (humber of Commerce City CommissionSet Disaster CommitteeStuart Funeral
alive on the natural' dceo;. harbor took over at this point and I Monday

here. This is not Just a rambling handled the Parhams activities' Davis land /department '

thought but a deep-seated convic- ti =L during their Hay here. They were Friday Night manager/ of Rayonlcrn Southeast In, Jacksonville
I s unrmN lo
tlon that this would prove a greater presented I a huge, decorated key I Timber Division was niimqd' last .

boon to the downtown business the Buccaneer' Trail and a sign wit I The annual week lo a jiomlimtloi cummlttet! '
proclaiming rp-orRnnUatJun /pii'ct.ml I i Funeral [far Mrs, Oeilrudo\ Rur.jgcss .
area than any other njomotlon nsvmind \placed slup'thclr.car of the CIIV"Cdmrnlmjon' Js.iiot for the llrst slate of officers of thenewly t West 04 I'IS' hold Monday at
k can conjure up at( V e mom the occasion iCr > 1 formed4 Hen-Ida1 Forest Disaster .
A of that part of the Others at the "roadblock") ) to add'{| p m on Friday night In Commission 10:30: a.m< In Glddens Like Shore
ent. clipping I Committee, '
chambers at City hall Funeral Home, Jieksenvlllo, with
the welcome for the visitors
into the to (
column of found St. Petersburg its way representatives .were Joe Scofleld manager/ of thou;1|I First order of business will see | At a meeting! at the George/ I Rev. Purvis H. Lawson, pastor of

hands bonding firm In Buccaneer Trail; Carroll/ Lance, Ben Sorensen and John Tlllukosl I Washington Hotel In Jacksonville! Cedar Creek Baptist Church offl./
of a major l'take the oath of office (Conlinued oA-vPugo Twul .
of / director: of the Flor-1 as city ) elating/ Burial followed In Riverside
New York, which Is a member
451 SLi11Road and commissioners Beth men were re- : Memorial Cemetery,
famous stock exchange. Ida Department
that city's Al Gently re-elected to three year Mrs West died at the home of
The representatives were so Intrigued F 1O his BtoUjfrapltrr!) Ben Balding!;
Home On
by the possibility that one of Toiukujs! maintenance engineer of I terms. Wesley her daughter: Mrs. Julian W Cox
The five eommlslllnc'n11I' 14 She member
Augural of
his was a
Ind district and as.
number visited here to glean the WP'I
their Information on the feasibility eistagt Bill Douglas! Chamber of choose among their number for a S. 8th DestroyedBy Cedar Creek Baptist Church, Jack
more .1 Prcalele'nt Reed I Lewel- mivor for the coming/! year and In sonvllle, nnd had made her home

of such his visit a venture Who What can may say? come Certainty lent Ceimnicrcc Nassau County; Sheriff:: II, J.: | will also lake the oath of Hint of. In Hint city until four years ago.

of It adds stimulus to thoughll.howcvl'r ... .."011 Youngblood and/ Deputies Emory flee K:. J. Johnson Jr? Is mmseixinK Fire MondayThe She Is survived by three diiiiuhIITI / .

that this Is deserving of I "" $ '. Walker, John Bodinc ond George In that capacity Mrs Mildred Touehton of
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Port or.... Cllv Manager David Gut- Also al the meeting the ( 11m. Jacksonville', Mrs. Howard R, Fuller .
the Immediate attention of the ' Authority. and the Chamber of Commcrcc. .. .,; ."'\:'f>" ..."..", '" ehel and City mmlssloncr, Den milieu: will appoint/ a cllv nil'or. lulu and Mrs. Howuiel Ueiile-y" un of flan City, and Mrs. Cox
be Sorensen County CummlsHloniTs nay. who also serves as city juduc, Feinundlnn Beach; eight grnndehll.divn / .
as well. It should point. : : Mould mil St.al ceiinpletely lie-
ed out that Fe nandlna Beach THE PARHAMS WERE GUESTS OP HONOR at a banquet Tuesday night at Seaside Harry Poole and Dill Galphln.: Fire alld" city manager( who aim sinned by fire Monday morning, and 18 grcutgranelchllelnn.i .

first came to the Immediate at. Inn. Thos. J. Shave, Jr., serving as master of ceremonies Is telling the I'arhama Chief, Bill Dopson and City OI fleer1 I wives HsI.Nr. ar and auditor 1 Davlil and Galrhel clerk. ,II W. 111.rl'nlly| | the result of a leaking, / i Conlinued on Page Three)

tcntlon of the bonding firm through what a pleasure it has been for the city to extend !Its hospitality to such receptive Curtis Smith; John Kelrsey C of I res.iM'elively offices Kits the
ore now filling Hume
the current' efforts to secure abridge guests. In lower foreground is City Commissioner Ben Sorensen. C manager; AI _Rawm,__Itayonier A Mush fire coniple'!le-lv I'liitnlfetl!: Linda's Salon _
from this city to St. Mary'i, I safety dlreclor; Han"'Id Mann ana )I the home when "Bull" Yell k, Mrl.WCJNII'Y" .
not the first Bill Alexander of Radio Station Announces Formal =
Georgia!: And this Is son lit a miilcli to (he
agency!: to become Interested In Golf W.PAP.'ho' did a remote brond- I Fernandina Beach gun stove In the kite'hon. lurk wan Opening 'This Week
this area through the bridge dis- Over 50 In News-Leader Junior cast hum the point of welcoming, ; Weather token to Humphrevs Memoilal Hospital =

cusslons. Another venture, whichI Bob Henry of Channel 12 TV and I with 2nd and 3rd degiee burns The formal Ol'nhllor/ l.lnrtuV
describe at Hamilton nf. the Florida I II i V It Approved Weather Million/
am not at liberty to Percy Assistant Fire Chief Jimmy Hair Fashion Salon Is being\ bola
H'lutli' 7lh At 1.ln. airretMae '
this time, Is undergoing research A record number of cntrlft | the free instruction by Pro Ed Fcrnandlna Bench Newa' -Lender I I Timcs-Vnlon; and Cap! D C. Rob- Min Ituln Graves and Fireman Herbert Doug beginning this week with Open

for a fcosibllity report in the near are expected to tee off! Monday Malison and have indicated thai and Is arranged: and conducted by loon and Krncst Davies of the BuC. Thursday AUI13 B8 74 .47 las answered the iluim on the! No.I House on Saturday from 3 to 3

future. This too would add great. morning in the annual Junior Golf they' will enter the competition. Head Pro Ed Mattson The competition I cancer Trail staff. Friday AUI14/ 87 69 TI I fire englno at 9.22 a m. !Monday, p m and continuing/ until August.

Iy to the local economical climate Tournament at the Fernandina i Others are expected to register be. Is aimed annually at Increasing y 1 From the toll plaza a Saturday I 84 73 and were assisted by the volunteer: 29, when a drawing will bo held at
and would certainly be the forerunner Beach Golf Course Already over i fore tee-off time, the interest of local led by county and city Sunday, AuJli815 87 70 01 I firemen, i the salon at 405 South 8th St.

of additional business ventures fifty have availed themselves of The tourney li sponsored by the I steri of the area In the sport younl.1|!, and one of the clty'i motorcade'l Monday Aug/. 17 94 74 TI I Gravel said It was his under. Friends and customers are cord'
here, It li hoped In this corner Tee-off time Is set for 9am. proceeded up the Tuesday Aug 18 88 73 118 standing Capt. Wesley was In a (ally Invited to visit the salon aal:
s that the revised feasibility report Monday and ill participant are and through the city to j register for the driwlng -
19 !
Wednesday, Aug 80 71.28 Gainesville hospital and MM Wei.
I on the bridge will soon be Nassau Teachers 1964 "Pirates"Football urged/ to be on time and ready to Marine Welcome Station on the In. I I The weather, Is furnlihurt, eourliiy ley had accompanied him Linda 0 Walker, owner, ad"nounces !

forthcoming and that it will mcetI.lth begin/ play. Entries are still\ being/ trtcoastal Waterway. PlnrMfl' OnhKf ITIIIII,.M ('ntvnilh I Lois of the home was estimated I| the opening la an ad la.
j of both Florida aud At the welcome station thrv were I- 7lh >t Limo Street
\ the favor For Schedule accepted by Malison and all who I E. J. Johnson '' t....l> Nfll,," l'v..lIvI' 01.1'1'1I' al $9.000, with S2.000 for contents. tide Issue! ,
Georgia road board and financial Report DutyAll arc Interested In playing are urgedto /greeted by Mayor T -
i agencies. register at the clubhouse as soon I Jr. who presented them with keys I
Sept 18' . Camden County 'I
1 #! Nassau County teachers reported Sept 23' . P. K. Vonue X as possible. to the city. during appropriate cere \

More and more good Georgians to their respective schools Oct. 2 Green Cove bprniKs X Individual competition' Is set; upl I I moniesAi traditional !

ore finding/! Fcrnmdma Beach a this week to begin a new school Ol t. 9 . . Om'nO for boys and pills and play I will I !, they nipped' of ,the served them i i

fine place lo acquire a beach home: year (.t. 10 . . Baker Ciniiilv X by age !eroiipi: as follows.: Nine Florid orange Station Julec hastens Hiir. I

I or a permanent residence. And County Superintendent Dean B Oct. 2.1. . .. .. Soma Fc X years old and under will play .1 !I by Welcome, serenaded '
ninny of them are Influenced by Blankcnahlp said that tcHchcrs Ocl 30" . . . Callahan holes Ten to t twelve year olds will\ hara Pynm' Mad they Tones", local barber i 'F9

other Gc-orglans who have already would be attending preschool confercnccs Nov. 6 . . Starke play nine holes The 13.14 ago \ by the Page Three) I i n e rIr
I picked this bench as their favorite preparing fur the year's Nov. 11 . .. Orange Park X group will piny 18 holes as will the'' (Conlinued on

In Florida Among the latest arc work. Nov. 2V ,. Live On* 15.17 age group ., fY
I Ir. and;: hire Harold Brown, Kitty, Winners In lint )" '1r'l tourney i! Ovid C. Stinson '
All new teachers to the county
"Butch" and M.irla of Nashville. B Team Schedule in which 42 competed were as 'follows ,
will attend an orientation' meeting Funeral I
I Ga. and Mr. and Mrs, Lamar In order to become familiar with Sept 29! ,. ... .. Open Today '
1 Whldby I Guy: Laura and baby' of the Florida school system Teach. Oct. B . .. ... Orange PirkOct. Ted Gedcon, winner In the 11-17 In Jacksonville

I Adair Ga The two couples have en of grades one through six and 13* . .. .. Baker County dlv Intern for boys wai also the OVa C

purchased the duplex at 669 S. all math teachers will attend a two Oct. 20 . .. .. Green Cove frail winner Funeral for Ovid C. Slmv.n. 62 i fir

Fletcher They are related to the and one-half day workshop In order O,t. 'nO . . .,. Santo Fe In the boys' 11-14 age group. was held today at 2 p m In the j" l lit

". Downing Brown's of Atlanta, who to familiarize thcmiclvcs with the Nov. 3 .. . P. K. Yonge Price Pole emerged' as winner but i Nirthnide( Chapel M key.McCalw: :

have a beach home al 14C6 S. Fletcher concepts of the new math program e Home GamesX only after going to the 2Ut hole In ; Funeral Home Jacksonville Burial I' f a,.. "
and who doubtless had a Conference Games a suddcn-deith playoff with Gran. was In Riverside Memorial Park A ,1 r w ...

strong Influence on the transaction the Wayne Benner, Athlct'c' Director vllle Burgess when they wound up I Omelciy. Rev. Nelson Moyer i| : ,
<:r Blankcnihlp silted that Fernandina Beach High School tied after the regulation 18 holes. pastor of Memorial Methodist

It seems that the hopes: or fears school system has filled most of its Fla. Mary Phlnncv was winner In the Church of tills ally, offlcluled' I I Igl
teaching!: vacancies, and these va- with Anile born In Dublin, \ /s:1IL: f"
of the world always are pictured i Fancies are expected to be filled girls' 14-15 me /group !Mr. Stinson was \ 4i ,
hlngcing on an election not Sliurlev as runnerup tin and had lived In Jacksonvillesince
at hv August 31, the reporting date for Revival To Begin '
the last cue, it items but the one In the 11.12 age group !1'!1l1I:
just:: ahcrd I students. September 6 At copped' the first place trophy lie Is survived by three sons THE. FI.OK1IMVAlii:lt AND f !SEWEKAfJEOKKS' ; ; OI'KRATOIW; ASSOCIATION '

Indulging In some random City Is Operating Baptist nerup dina Beach, William Mayo Stinson, City hall Following the business session the group United the Florida Marine Wei-

thoughts the other as I hind- Monorail At DocksAt Rev. R. J. Johnson e\'all'II.t.; Hugh Stone !Ill was winner In of Miami and Bernard Clifford: tome !>Station where thy were briefed on 'that facility by Barbara .I'yron, chief hl1ll-
:led some Ice cubes..aYI I wonderedjust I will bring/ the mctiigr! each even.lug the boy;' 10-12 group/ with Leigh.I Stinson ol Ft George'; a sister
(lex-4. From (here they adjourned to the Surf Restaurant fur u banquet. Shown at the
at 7:30. al a revival to 'begin ton Jr" Mrs Mary Lira Gay of Ft M>ers.:
how much modern sciencebas Shave as runnerup
lastl'l'ek'i' City Commissionmeeting : Surf left und visible of the State Hoard of Health
really contributed to the Jrjs I September II at Pins Grove Baptist Nina Herring captjrtd top hon. a brother William L. Silnnon of In right, are officer : Joe Jetnes ;

of living Remember when you purchase was approved of Church at O'Neil, continuing until ore fur eirls in the 9.10 age /group Sarasota, and 17 grandchildren I'el.,111/>1, stale president ; Nick MaNtro. regional sanitary engineer of the State

were a kid and on hot summer I Ihe boat launching facility an elrc-' September 13. with Sally:! Johnson a close second I' Pdllbeorers( were William Hun1nicutt Hoard of Health; Mary Sue llmin. District) 2 chairman, and Mr. Luther Bryan; A. J.

daYS you' would follow the ice] talc I mononil. at Sportsman's Rev W. G. Brooks, pastor ex- In the competition for boys 9 F,, F, Mullls Roscoe Mullis. '' John. thairman-elect ; Mrs.! Brooks and Mr. I.eon Itronk, secretary-treasurer; and

wagon just to get some of the 'Wharf and city personnel have ends a cordial invitation to t\el'"l years old and under. Steve Stublts I C. M. Jackson. 0. H Rushing and I l Jim Beard, Fernandina Beach Director: of .Public Worlta, who wu host t 0 the uwocia

.. Continued oa pee three) (Continued en Pais Six) lot to attend. ._ (Continued Oa Pi Two) Harold B*.. nt. ___+ J I than, _.-. J. 44' .. ,'


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Two News-Leader, Fenmndina Rees!, Florida Thursday, August 2ii, It/G'/ I f- Registration Set I ,""W
fi Friday For Three FOLLOW THRU
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER main thrn' of tjils Program[ Is dU COUNTY COMMISSION I.m. 2nd Wednesday after lot Mondai, I i (Jl "IIEYa At FBHS ,
reeled toward a solution of this Commission Chamber Courses

(11 ASH STREET PHONES 5666.5687 I'' problem. I I CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4tb Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Cltj I I 1/ Students Interested In re-regli- I
.... Of great Importance Is an effort! Commission Chambers
"* A John K. Perry Newspaper to make available 100.000 jobs with.In tiring for the following] / classes are
,HOSPITAL TRUSTEES -3rd Thursday 10 am. Hospital Din ., IIIpMy1 liked t ta report to Fernandina
T- Ray Oldwoll Editor IDol Masse.r a couple of years for vnemptoy. ,'I 1 me Room i
ed! youth In projects similar to the The story wan all about Lsdy Beach High School Friday. August
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION CCC work which wal' done In our SCHOOL BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30: a.m. Bird Johnson' trip down the river 121 1 1964, from 8.12 A.M.
Office Superintendent's Office aboard rubber raft. (fII SPANISH 1 Open to 9th
..Published every Thursday aDd entered It the Pout National Forests during the Depres." a
-? .. Fernandlna Beach, Florida, at second clad mail matter.Snbwrtptton slon davs.' Other phases of the Pro. P.TA EXECUTIVE BOARD las Thursday 3:30: p.m. Jr 1 That raft had no motor so It just grade students
Rate: tram are directed toward training High Cafetorlum drifted along/ like the current Ad. ((2> DC.T Seniors will be

14 a rear 12.25 8 month. 1.25 S Months all all?' nf our citizens for profit P.TA MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. Jr. High Cafetorlum ministration ':i,' given first priority, Juniors may ( rI
I (490 a year out of county I i I able employment I Lady Dlrd admired the scenery enroll if the quota Is not filled with I
sit Is :generally, thought that auto. iCIWANIS CLUB Each Monday 0:411: p.m. Seaside Inn !1 The river winds through the Grand Seniors I in-

I matlon replaces only laborers and HOSPITAL AUXILIARY tnd Tuesday 3:30: p.m. Hospital Teton mountains and Sec. of Inter (131 MUSIC THEORY Jona. I q
WASHINGTON the noml-Milllod. That Is not true. Dining Room -. lor Udall explained the birch trees than Hill will teach this sinus from
The new technology now reaches :7AYCEKS Each MondaY! 8 p.m Recreation Center Lounge I on the slopes were the only birchesIn I B-ll. MATTSONThe
I Into the white collar level and Into LIONS CLUB 8r that section. Students enrolled In the band will
Etch Times Inn
By Rep. D. R. (Billy) MatthewsANTIPOVERTY many areas where men thought! 7pm.Seaside I But the First Lady was heard to I not be required to take Physical I I August[ meeting!! of the Fcr.
they had a rewarding/ life trade ROTARY CLUB Ench Wednesday Noon Luncheon Scasldt gasp!! when another perms asked U'' Education. 1 1I nandlna Beach Women's Gilt
BILL Each week new machines and new ;+MUjAMERICAN miners ever took gold from the I j I Anna was held at the club hour

I voted for the Antl-Poverty Bill, production methods take away LEGION is .ahd 3rd Monday 8 p.m. at Leijloi water there. Richard Williams .Tutsrtiy; August 18. Faye Wllllnim
jobs from approximately 35000 Homo ;*j raft 10 big I I I I president took charge with about(
"which passed the House by a vote Well the was some Football ,
of 226 Yeas to 184 Nays There are people Each year 1,800,000 workersare CITY PLANNING BOARD,,** and! Thursday City Commlulor riff was bound to sneak along. But Attending j twenty members attending./
'seven Titles to the Bill dealing/ replaced by machines. Over Chambers ,*,J there was no brig aboard so the Camp At G.M.C. I IBarneivllle Plans for the coming year wore

'with Youth Programs 'such as the on0-half million young persons to. WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman' Club Bid,. Secret Service guards held his head j' Ga., August 19> Approxlmatelv I| discussed; Including a Champion
day are both out of school and out hip tournament In October
and Rural under the side the rest of the the
) Com.
Job Corps Urban 0\er
BOY SCOUTS OF 42 reported I|
AMERICA Nassau District < tnd boys
p.m. Friday
munlty Action Programs Special of work. This Is, at once, a tremendous Seaside Inn way i iLater on' Sunday Handicap event In April and five
College -
Cordon Military
.,, Programs to Combat Poverty In In.In human ecrnomle tragedy.waste Unless and we a develop great MERCHANT'S ASSN. each, 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon I the purpose of the tripcame evening/ August/ 18, for High I to play-dayt Mav. running from. September
Rural Areas Employment I
out Billed as a combination Among the
School football
Seaside Inn camp.
train I I
vitally needed programs to Shirley Shave read several lot
Vestment Incentives Work Exten vacation nature study tourist visit Richard D.
and assist our young people In findIng CHAMBER OF boyi who reported was ten Inviting/ the members of
COMMERCE 3d Luncheon 12:15
sion'Programs, and miscellaneous Monday : I for I study of hobble Lady Bird I Williams son of Mr, and Mn. John I
their place In life, the number
Seaside Inn association to
/ participate In tour.
HciwvThe\ Is Interested In, no mention of poll.)I W. Williams whose address Is 191 j
Hcuse pasted amendments of unemployed youngster will be I BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p m. 1st Monday each month tlcal aim was made. Beach, naments In this area. We hove
In 1970 than It la todav. !South 19th St., Fernandina I I
been asked to join a Beaches Grit
specifying/ that the Governor of any DUNCAN' i.
GEN. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd MM I Why was the Snake river chosen T
State would have the right to veto I During the next four the day each month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center I I' And why mention of the birch J Fla.The boy will on the campus 1 Association with Ponte Vedra,
of years t Jacksonville Beach, St. August.
establishment a
'the Youth planned Job In I economy must produce about 12 or I NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and trees T Was the lady using blnoeular I for the camp which will last one ] and Selva Marina This was put ta
Corps Training Camp
hi Jurisdiction If he didn't want It. 13 million Jobs If we are to slay 4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Masonic Temple I to spot deer, elk or secret week Head cOh'C\a Julian King, I a vnle and passed, unanimously.

and extending that veto power to I I even Should we fall to accomplishthis I AMELIA LODGE NO. 47 F. A A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesday hideouts for post-election fugitivesAnd T Backfield o Judyand Dntes rf !play-days and lourna.
any community action program goal, the total unemployment S p.m. Masonic Tempi I I the lad In the stern trying to i I End Coach Bud Cromwell will molts' will be posted at a lacier

planned under the Bill by non-pro I could rite' to more than 7% of the HOBEIN LODGE No. 164 Knights of Pythias 1st and 3rd guide the raft. How will he, a pre. be In charge of the Instruction. date, but keep them In mind
I 1967 labor force.Unemployment. medical student explain to the I There will be practice twice I day I i
days 8 Masonic
flti' private corporations. The Bill : p.m. Temple
session each ]
emphasizes local and state control 1/Sth of our people In Its grip and I I among secondary FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd Thun'l I AMA I and I blackboard for the Cadet Jack Hodaes
classroom en.
In the
school age student runs 50<"; And what about usT Will be night I
of the" program which annually calls for ever.largcr Monday of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. we I
It Is estimated that our popula. expenditures for welfare and law ,' higher than for high IIt'hooIInd./ CHAPTER 155, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays farther along drifting toward the tire week. I Serving On USCG
tlolfyill Increase from the 180 mil.) I enforcement The public relief pay. uates. Unless we reverse present Masonic Temple Red River on a yellow raft? Or l I Cutter Yukutat

UM Jn I960 to 250 mUllon by 1980. mend to our people amount now to trends there will be 7-H million SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Cental will there be mutiny excess cargo I Peck First GradeRegistration
and that 38 years from now our ,I approximately $46 billion dropout during the 1960's.Private tossed over and we fighting our
a year LoungeHIBISCUS Set USCGC YAKUTAT , population' will be double that of and W% of all of our people who I I enterprise, of course, GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at p.m. way back up the right fork! I+ I Jack C Hodges damage control.
furnish of the for {
must most
IWO or 360 million. Before these arc getting public relief payments ROSE CIRCLE .. ....... For Next 2 Weeks man thrd class, USCG, son of Mr.
Americans. This bill encourages 1st Monday ? _._?.?,.._ ,..__._.__ 8 P."
.jqattynal population problem Increases, I compound believe It our Is I represent. Many l<<'Condll'nl'l'atlon of them/ represent recipients. four. I' forts In that direction The er'l, FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Friday.................,. 3 P.M. Davis Is NamedContinued Pre-reglstratlon for pupils who I and Hilliard Mrs E.Is J.serving Hodges aboard of Route the 1 I.

imperative that steps, must betakes I generations of Americans who have Ism Is of such magnitude, however MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday ___ 8 PJl will enter first grade for the firsttime Coast Guard Cutter Yakutat

to break up the cycle of Im.poveriahmenl j I I had to look to the taxpayers of 1 that I felt It Is essential for other I AZALEA GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday ...-___-....-_._ 8 p..1 I ( from Page/ One) for the 1964-65 school term, I gently training/ Coast Guard Cadets pre.
holding approximately America for fond and shelter. One action to be taken such as envls- ZZO Llghthouw Circle will be held during the weeks of I from the Coast Guard Academy

--- ---- -- -._--- --- --', loned In the AnH-Poverty. Bill. The STiTCH-A.RIT CLUB lot and 3rd Monday _...? _????? 7:30: P.M. last week the Committee was August 17.21 and August 24-28 In Cadets aboard the Cutter .
I are re.ceivlng
Program Is authorized for only one AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Post 54 4th Tuesday I p.m. atLegltn formed to take action on the woodland the principal's office at Peck High practlcsl 1 training In navlgatlcn .
I I year and at the end of.that time Homo damage resulting from largo School. /

we shall certainly take a careful SENIOR CITIZENS 2nd and 4th Thursday. Ree. Center 7:SO P.M. i,, fires Insect or disease epidemics, All children who will be six years I shipboard, gunnery routine seamanship In preparing and for
1964 Tax Roll To Be I I'' look at It to see If It should be on.th'rl. HOME: DF.MONSTRATUW: cum 2nd Thiimdav climatic condition such a* wind old on or before January t, 1965 duties as a Coast Guard officer.
I or water or nuclear blast are eligible to register A birth certificate .
He will have In
an opportunity
OTHER HOUSE ACTIONS I Serving with Davis on the nominating Is needed to verify birth

Opened For inspection I I 1. Social Security Amendments JUNIOR'S ESSAY I committee are Frank AI. date. visit Bermuda ports and In Canada.Classifieds Germany. Ireland
I Art of 1M4.! The House hat passed 'bert! of the Florida Forestry Association Each child must be accompanied
I overwhelmingly the Social Security and Phil Moses of Lake by his m her parent" or guardian.

"Trie Nassau County Tut Roll will he opened for Inipectlon I Amendments which will Increase AbMl the War on PovertyFm ator, and maybe the T-V. (He paid City No one else( can register your child. Pay Off

beginning August Slat, 1964. I Insurance benefit by S percent beginning to think It pays t6 I for the radio a long time ago). If

I across-the-board and which In. be poor. I know a few rich people, I the mosey I It almost gone, he can
For the convenience of all I crease the contribution and benefit .
property owners living In some well-to-do people and a whole get some more from the "welfare"to
the Callahan Milliard base I voted for these Amend. I buy groceries clothes shoes and
area we will be at the County lot of poor people. I've known poor
Fair Grounds" Monday and Tuesday 9 A.M. until menus. I people all my life and they are j things. Then he goes fishing and
9 2, Federal Employees Psy Bill the happiest people of all except waits for the first of next monl I
P.M.; August Slat, September tat The House has passed the Federal when they are sick but nobody Is I know one poor man who says Need A Good Salesman?

For the convenience of all lit Employees Pay Bill which as you I happy who Is sick even If he I Is he doetn't want anybody fighting .
property owners ing in I I
: know Included an Increase la Con. rich and has a lot of money, but he t war over him or for him He fl.
the Fernandina. Beach-Yulee area we will, be at the I !gresslonal saUrics. I voted against can enjoy his misery In a whole says In any kind of a war, the poor 'i

: Court Room, County Court House Wednesday, Thursday this Pay Bill as I have reported to lot more comfort If he has a lot of people have to do most of the fighting .
I you* before because I do not \believe money. I because there are more of Good salesmen are so hard to come by that many a
Friday 9 \M. until 9 l .M. : tfeplembprnd3rd
;,; lt-fl eRlrabll to raise Congressional .I
I them. I could start with Alabamaand
I din't know whether anybodyhas '
4th. / salaries at this time. tried to count the poor peopleor I wind up with Wyoming/ and i retailer has wished that he! had!"oW tat/lneS1ainp? to '
3. Wilderness Preservation Bill find a lot of people la
poor everyone
not. but Mr. Johnson seems o I I
Saturday Labor
September 5th. September
: Day, 7th By an overwhelming vote, the think all but a few of them live nAppnlaciuia of them. rub when he needed more help to sell merchandise.
open to all property owners In the county. Saturday House' passed a bill to set aside ap I and I don't mean A Mr. Johnson drafted Mr. Shrlvcrfbpciuse I II

hours will be from 9 A.M.:\ until 6 P.M.!\ Labor Day 9 proximately million acres of landat alachlcola. He says mijbe a fr, I nobody volunteered) to
: A.M.!\ until 6 '..1\1. the present time In the Federal more live In New York and a fr muster his army to fight "The War qrIt
domain for wilderness preservation. In Chicago. Well. If he will take a ,, on Poverty" and he has to pay "un 1 1lion would also be nice if the lamp produced a sales.

: For a review of your new assessment you MUST\ fill I was' an enthusiastic supporter of good look a will I wages" because nobody fights/
this measure, because with our tremendously dinl \'epra I who worked almost hour who ou'ld
out the form you receive in the mail This hits to be increasing find some more every n for nothing I don't think many man 24 a day, make
population I union much Mr.
the United States and by the tin e men get as as
done In order to have an orderly review llrinjr (his we must preserve some of our virgin he gels I them all added up I thl k Johnson's army privates. But that's all the calls necessary, who could see every customer
: form with you BO we can pull the right card. \Ve / lands, forest and minerals furl I he Is /going to find a whole lot mete I alright, the poor people have to ,

WILL NOT have time to fill the' form out for you. coming generations, outside of Appalachia, New YDI\ k pay for everything anyhow. I every day.It .
: With 4. Veterans Pensions The House and Chicago than there
your cooperation we can serve you faster
\ Jt:; : JuniorNewsLeader
: pasted without a dissenting vote a those places. Some people 111 'j
If we can answer your questions satisfactorily you bill to revise the pension programfor to be poor so they won't have a
: won't have to meet with the Hoard of Equalization. veterans of World War I. World I much Income tax to pay. I! Golf would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't "
War If, and the Korean conflict,
If you are not satisfied after talking with us toil have I i A long time ago all pair pent e
the right to appear before the Hoard of Equnli/a- and' their dependents, talked about was "hard 11m"" b t make mistakes, who always told the correct sales story,
I 5. Beef Imports I voted with the I tilkh (Continued from Page One)
don't hear anybody J g
lion for their final decision you I
Conference majority In the the bill House l to restrict to send beef to I "hard (lime," anymore A poor m n I was the winner and Dennis Dozier who found interested customers on short notice, and
Thank You For Your Just Rocs to the post office |II I e
Cooperation was runnrrup.
Our cattlemen In Florida
I Imports first of every month and /gets sold merchandise.
will be awarded the
are twins disaster unless remedial built'" Trophies
check which he takes to the
EDDIE McKENDREE action con be taken to help them he winners following tho completion
and trades fcr money. Then ran I
('lmpC'lepn/ more favorable )ferms of play.
-. "" JlrAx ASSESSOR wllb) thrlij\ foreign' !! competitors' and lake t the on W mq nFy'nd tir ahr make tncVfrrgfr.Markham a payment I,--- '---.* '_-merchant'rubbed" Hardlie might find o."sales.ar'', .""' ....

I am hoping helpful action w,1t til- --

taken during this session of Con. I I AI Jones Harry Home, man who could go right into the home, right into the livIng

,. 1' gross WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH I Bruce Stech miller, Mrs. Milton W. Looking/
----- -
I ACT Banks and Oeorgene Sue Banks room and talk to tho housewife, and tell the story of

H. K. Wallace Jr., Fred Stock and
.. WE AREN'T LOOKING FOR i I I bill The aulhorltliHf President recently the establishing signed the of' Dr. Manning Dauer, all of Gainesville FORAUSED his merchandise.And .

a Water Resources Research Serlce : Mr. and Mrs W. S. Haas
\' umer! the jurisdiction of the and Family and John P. Simpson CAR

Department of the Interior. I was Sr., of Slarke; Jackson Bryan of that salesman would work fit a low wage. That
of the of this Import. Palatka; Ina and Inei Burnsed.
SHORTCUTS OUR one sponsor
IN ant bill In the House. I am gratified Mrs Joe Dobson and JoAnn Dub- ?
I to note that the University ofFlorida I son and Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. iii seems impossible, but it would be a big factor., He would

administration Is already Voorheea and Family, of Maclcn-
never get sick never lay off never take'a vacation always
taking/ steps for the Immediate ny; Lillian and Judy Fraser of
Sanderson Mr. and Mrs E. L. COMPACTS
FRIENDSHIP tabllshment of one of these ;
1'1'1 Mar. just what his employer wanted him
at the University of Florida Crantham of Archer: Helen 1963 CHEVROLET say to say.
bill specified that the Center lone of New berry; Mrs. Irving R.
be placed at a Land Grunt College, Wershow and Trlcli Wershow of CORVAIR
:unless specifically; negated by the I Alachua: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stark 4.Door Monza, Auto. Impossible! Even Aladdin's genie couldn't produce
Stale Legislature./ and Family of Williston; Mr. and Trans, One

I HOUSE JOHNSON'S AND ACTION SENATE IN SUPPORT SOUTH. of Mrs Treniofl Robert; and Rowland Mr. and and!Mrs.family J. Owner. $1995 that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman

EAST ASIA D. Ladd of San Mateo 196.1 FALCON CONVT.
only in air castles and
comes .
Both the House and the Senate, I have also enjoyed seeing/ at the Radio Heater newspapers.

with only 2 Nay votes and I Prrs- National meeting of County Commissioners Auto. Trans
ont. affirmatively supported President I I here in Washington, Mr. $1995
One Owner
Johnson's action In Southeast and Mrs. George Carlisle and Mr Read back There is nothing there that newspaper

Asia. Irrespective of political Louis Huntley of Clay County; Mr.

1 i ?J | the Nation stands solidly plr\y.\\ Lawrence Ridaught of Putnam advertising can't do for a retail store. It is the super
| President In keeping with the County: Mr. Edgar Johnson of Ala. We're looking for

j est traditions of this rhua County; Mr. Jim Thomas of salesman the dream salesman the
used Ifyou're perfect salesman.
I rimes of crisis. hlllh.1 Nassau County; and Mr. and Mrs good cars so ,

Over tin: >> yen w. lave found \\'i! ear eus'emert VISITORSWelcome Earl Byrd of St. Johns County. thinking of
want service which includes effic'cncy' economy visitors to my All that is needed to put him to work is call a representative

:, safety and Convenience during the months of July and Aa-1' anew car, now is
of this
261 -3686.
) have included Rev. Donald newspaper at -
gust : the time to trade.
We add and
proudly integrity friendly
courtesy. R. Hemmelman and Mr. Charles RUBBERSTAMPS
W. are looking for ways to a growing, tailing Burns of Fevnandlna Beech; Dr. I II :

friendship with our customers. John J. Robinson and Family, and See Charles, Gene Covering The Fernandina Beach Trading Area
S Mr. John D. Griffin and Family of
Lake City; Richard and Call Rob. or
FLORIDA Inson. Mr. John Savard Tom Dobwn Any Size
National BankI Sr. and David Dobson. Marjnrte. Any Shape FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERPHONE
Sonny and David Hartley
YIMN,1 Inquire At I Lasserre Motor
I at F.rnpndlntsid.4ud1 Ernest Crowdor and Family Col- !
oriel? Wayne T. Sandefur. Gall mad News-Leader
Flora Job. Meldee Johnson Mrs. '' Company ,
wow wow r..r William Steehmlller and Billy Ste.1 Phone 261.3686 or 2613687Paai
chmlller, Eudlne M. HcLeod and Or Call 28L3S19 j
218-3686 261-3687
Jo Ace Md Nancy McLeod, Mablt I



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\ Ffrnandina Beach Florida() Thursday, August 20, 19C1 Page Three '

I Georgians Feted As Occupants Of 5 Millionth Vehicle To Travel Buccaneer Trail ,I R.Conference J. Vlingo/ Attends For

it (Continued from Pane One) ,

: shop quartet uf Fred Bond, Mercury DCT Coordinators
Kavouklifl, Rex Dudley and

l. ;' Rev. Don llimmclmun. al
After meeting mid chatting witha The Slate Depirtmenl of KdncnI : -
I number of other local residents, r thin I ncld Its annual Planning Con.

they moved over to the Pili Are Si- firmer for I the CnnperalIvc Education

",.. loon for a view of the oldest and Teacher-Coordinators, August
must historic establishment (,if this 10.11: at the Dnylcn I'lnia/ Hotel.Dmtonn !.
I Brush, Among the 250 to.ordm.ilori .
kind ltl'ft'l' hml'lIl.
In Florida wereon vest 3 i
the house but they chute to.lIl'k ?I attending wn Fern.in.lin.l
( ( Bench limit School lCT to.
to Florida citrus and were
served tall chilled classes of lemonade onllnntnr/ R Jack Wlngo.
Tin purpose of the conference % '
wiis HII orientation fur the new co.iinlituinrs '
At lunch they were guests of
In the andiipeijilim
r Jimmy Hutching al Seaside Inn and
:r'IN of an effective DCT; program -
In the afternoon they were the
Also, limp ullolcd for
guests of Hugh Stone, Jr., on a
tin' experienced 1 coordinator
tour of the Island and Its mine
nttraclions. -
i ; 'f.-. Later In the allcrmmn they (o ullniil,, I IlIl' asmiclulliin meeting!
mill the Viirlmm dub meetings
I' were taken for a ride on the sands
.... '-- of the Incomparable local Atlantic One in l the guest speakers, Dr.
... : "'*' beach by a remote unit ot radio Peter ll.uiH'H of Michigan State
nation W-PAP Univri\ m.. ,, olfiTi-d now challenges
and ipi,01 limit Irs In Cooperative
In the evening/ they enjoyed an
'.- RiliiiMlion He olio discussed the
Informal dinner at the Surf Rest
"" \ varlnuH method. of using new In-
: "" .. aurant with Mr and Mrs Tom Til-
WITH HISTORICAL TOUT CLINCH in the background the Pat rums are I pictured I KlriHlliiu.il mail'rials In the related
':"' r. man, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seollcld, during a cruise in 1 the waters of Amelia. Island: : with Sheriff II. J. lou UK blood and study.
Judge and
County Mrs J. E.
I .' -. ,. wI (Gene) Wcotherford, Mr. and Mrs. boats of his Water Patrol. I WliiKrt stilted, "the conference

Emory Walker, Mrs !Ruth Drown was quite' swteiihfiil and the new
method! presented wcie very Hllm.I .
and John ,

ON MONDAY EVENING the I'arhams were entertained at an informal dinner at the Tuesday Kiersey.On morning t they break. ': ; .. h I uliillng"A xiiidmt;;;, i tan oblain Information
fabled at Sl'nll'II'claurHllt\ ; ,
Surf KeHtaurant. Left to right Joe Scofield !Mr. and Airs\ Tom Tilman John Kiersey, paratory (a embarking on a boat pre. 9sb/l m'( 1 'lIIu'l'rnau enrollment In I Ihe DCT

!Larry Parham Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Carbarn. Mr.\ and Mrs. Emory Walker, Mrs. Ruth Brown ride from the adjicent city marina. l'iniiani..: l hy .nl'u'lln\l Wtimn atIVllMlllllIM

County Judge and Mrs\ J. E. (Gene) Weatherford and Mrs. Joe Stofield. Standing Is On the cruise whli I took I the t t "" 'lltigt ew Hl'Jlll. High Sellout.
their host, Elroy Kight, Surf proprietor. Parhunu up the Inlraunaslal/ Wat. # : t -
: ( sr
J' ; .. Clarke Is NomineeTo
and through Cumbeilnnd < .
crway 'jl
Sound lo the end of I lie jetties andthen American College
J ,
!South on the Waterway as far i ,. ., t :1i :1\ '

as Nassau Sound, lIu'yl'rre the .. ..... Hospital Managers'I
Kiicsts of Sheriff II, J. Youngbluod .
I role HP from (lit' AmerteHnCollege
Water Pitrol. '
+ Vts' .f' .. ... Hi llokulal Administrators
Piloting one of the honU was \ .
:Th invi Ihl: t I'm Clarke, uilinlnlslru.tor
Sheriff Youngblooii with John Bo. fl, : at Humphreyi\ Meimirlil lion-
dine and J. W. Datchclor In the pllal, sun been designated as a
other two. Others the cruise stiJ
on nnmliuv lo hbt( l Ixidv.
v t were Reed Lewcllen, Joe Se"lfeld, pk1 t The (illlMiil! l rlectlun! will take
(; Tom Tilman. Mrs. !Ruth Brown and place nl a convocation ceremony
as a lF Kay Caldwell df the ('...II'lIe In Chicago on Sup-
At noon on Tuesday they lunchedat day, Ans.: 21.Grades .
the Surf Restaurant as guests of

Elroy Klght proprietor. They were
7 To 12
I a, aeccmpnnled to lunch by Scofield. ,

v After lunch Scnfleld drove them Register August 27 .

down the Buccaneer Trail In the 4y: I At Peck School:
crossing over the St John's River :
., Mw from Ft. to Here
George Miyport.
I'n'r"IIIlfRU"n will be held for
they rode the "Blackboard" I
71 grades: 7-U Tluirndjiy AugliAt %
and In the house I
were guests pilot
I'Jill' ""I l Peck HUll 1'1 huol. All. studentil -
on the trip across to Maypurt andback. t
.f : cnrccrnert nrc asked In, con-
IfI ply; will) tha, announcement, I tar
Tuesday evening they '
were guests
list( i hull"'e cliixi mleitlinm. .
of honor at a "Dutch treat" banquet YRS PARHAM signs the register", at the Florida Marine Welcome Station HH pretty liiglhtiallnn! will be held litlwcen!
at Seaside Inn, with Thus, J. hostess Barbara with that iiimwin Florida brand of '.
Pyron gives out hiMpitiilit. I I the houu (.r 9.1l.
Shave, Jr, local attorney and ... ...
member of the welcoming commit .
-- ----- --
tee, acting as master of ceremon II M'
w 1V
> Enjoying J the banquet with theParhams I IF
', were Mrs Shave; Leonard : YOU DON'T WANT TO JUMP :
Radcllff and Los Parham or
thin Revenue Projects Division of I

the Stale Road Department, StateRep I ALL THE WAY FROM .. :

A VISIT TO THE FAMOUS PALACE SALOON oldest and most historic in Florida is and Mrs. Claude I Wlngate, Mr. I

for visitors here and the hams "Diamond LU" and Mri. Reed Lewcllen, Mr. and '
a must most Par were no exception. FULL-SIZE
Mrs. Tom Tilman, Mr. and Mri, TO KING-SIZE. :
liuchan, winsome'Palace( barmaid said "name your poison" but the Parhams chose to Joe Scofield, Mayor and Mrs. E. I .

stick with Florida citrus and were served tall, chilled glasses of lemonade. J. Johnson, Jr., Mr and Mrs It.W. .

Fishier, Mr. and Mri, Ben Sorenscn I
Mr. and Mrs, John Tlllakos?
Mr. and Mrs L. L. Bohannon,

.. .; ,,' County Judge and Mrs, J, E. Won I,
therford, Mr. and Mrs D. C. Robinson ;:

Mr. and Mrs. James Dun .,. ....... .. ....... : : ; .. '
can: Mr. and Mrs J. D. Dauuherly. j r 544 'f' 1.' ., : ..,.. .. 8 1 t e tiZYMv''x; Yl'hhW'g "tI ... : :

Mr. and Mri. Louis Ferreira, l I "
.r .,. :
Mrs Ruth Brown Ray Culdwell, I

.a John Kiersey, and Mr. and Mrs. .
'i 1N. mw Joe Crank AhaIII''. Mr. Crankshaw Is
an editorial writer with tho Florida


Shave on behalf of those present

and all Fcrnnndinlans, expressedthe I I

pleasure (hit has been experienced ,
In having the Parhams an

guests of the city and the Parhamx, I

In turn, ensured all present that experiences ''!
w here and the warm hospitality .

it, trn$> aaS they hud been accorded
;,': would remain long In their niemor-

......... lei I
Ai a windup uf Ihe banquet the I
p Parhams with
'it''II were lurprlxed a
> .'f"'i{ t.;. 1- 'If"? 41. large number of gifts from local i

.... J>; (! ""j ) merchant and residents, with manyIn I
,' ....of I.'I.t'- ",. pt' the form of gift certificates. i
_, ,'r'ii: \o ; AI.'I: .. ...... .. r ,.._. Following It a list of those contributed '

THE FESTIVITIES ARE OVER and the Parhams are shown by the Seaside Motel Lasserre gifts motor.:: LO._ waas DrugStore )

pool aa they tell Johnny Hutchins, their host (at right), goodbye as they prepare to Moore's Grocery, Roblson

resume their journey to Daytona Beach. Jewelry, Gene's, Firestone, Fcr- I
nandlna Hardware Bottom Dollar, '
Julanne Announces I Rev. Marvin Johnson Mary K'l. Bailey's, Bcckcr'i Phar. Afl '
Just I macy. Woodward Motor Co., lib FULL
Dance Classes To [ ''Appointed Pastor Fashion Dcpl. Store, Western Auto, -SIZE QUEEN SIZ( KING size

Begin September 8 (Continued from ) i At Fort Pierce tin Utwcllen'i Shoe Co.Dixieland, llardec Bros.Shires, A Par.. S '

shavings when the Allan's, Lynn'i l Dress Shop, Charlenc's .
Full classes ut Julanne School of 1 Rev L. Marvin Julinsun, pastor I* QUEEN-SIZE
and II W. Fl hlcr.
the !JlIIce1111 "Win September U saw .up a IflO-lb.( : Welcome''|!
of the Church; of God ut 4th and I I The Florldi; Marine
sections 10 they \
lu the ', well-equipped, uir-tun. >
new Cular Sin. fur the past llnce !
clilumcd studio ut 211!) Atlantic smaller ice sari Ice Who boxes.wax' '| will (leave next week fur H. 1'icrcc-j yeas | Station filled It provided with the a world's tlurmoK finest and A'R @[}\{
Ave with Its wife and two children SPRING MAJTRESS
aa bin aa his mule juice, that of Florida Oranges, U' I
Mr, Jiilaiiiie Owens' teacher' handling!! the: huge Vickie M.irvene and Daniel Marvin a Ihlrxt-quencher on their journey < RTER.The .
has had \'ist experience as a pei> roll.horn 'voice where he has heal upnulnlud J Jpaxlor Southward to Daytona Bench
former mid teatlicr, also In nag- of the Oleander Ave Count I
I I On Wednesday morning, prior to
could hear several Queon-slzo has 20%more sleeping area than Full.sze) $79.50
log and l'huruIraphy: !: She hat of G..d.Prior. completing their trip to Daytona FULL-SIZE (...!trOll w t tprliti)
teach- a reminder that they It's ai.d, comfort for two.
the difference between
trained, under such renowned crowding
to bin pastorale here, Ilev. Beach, the Parhams visited the
eu and artists, as Lola Men/ell! they their cards needed out that Iho\l Johnson wan In the cvaiut llstie local stares and were given mcr.chandlsc In.a-bed sleepers If you want the ultimate hi luxury,/jump QUEEN SIZE (ctsmmaemeel:-p'n: :: ':.e $199.00MATHER

Sema Salurinonoff. Virginia Simon, Dad finally field He Is the hun of sir and I (if their choice fur the all the way to Kin,;-size. Back Supporter Innerspring ,i
Jack Stanley and Ernest Belcher, your the most modern Home'j Mrs Leo }', Johnson of this oily ccrlillcatcif. j models have: exclusive Karr Spring uni*. The. foam rubber KING-SIZE (rnmpIWNmenO ass a rot 'Pll.j?

Hollywood, Calif. the day a I Rev. Johnson will 1 fill: the pulpit i' A* they prepared to depart Par. model Is mc/MrJ as a single piece to mak it more uniform $2a .CO
She has also ainmlcd master here Sunday, alter I which Kcv, J. hum again told a News-Lcadcr reporter Air "Health
huge!! bottle on top and durable. Both models have famous Scrii.g'
Ballet Classes of Robyn Joffrey down J, Newman of Gibson, Tenn. will what a wonderful experienceIt 5pss.ttCtKing78'x80"
water ran feature. S'marff' Full 54"x74'Quecnb0"x80" ,
of the Hubert Joffrey Ballet II i be ;
director pipe under the Ice to assume duties as the new pastor had been and that we could [1m"Center" ,,
and the American Ballet Company Iween the two sure every one of the 430 cuittom- ; tGootlHouso1h.ping

N. \'., and Betty' Barrett.- you had to' wrestle )I I crt on his. route as well as all their 1v:5w', '
member of Cecheitl Council of Ballet glens bottle on and Mrs. Gertrude West friends would seen know where

Cultural Arts Center Ft. Laud. who t'art'dI hen you I Fernandina Beach wan and what a I

crdalc.Mn.. that Ice-cold liquid iContmurd from Page One i wonderful city It Is Parham Is a ..l. -.
Guy Dudley, orlglnil piano route salesman for the Lance Co. '
accompanist I for the icjiool will) be turn of a faucet Pallbearers were Samuel A. Fuller Mrs. Parham and Lorry echoed'
If don't have : :
plaving! lor claws again thin year cube and have to Reginald/ S. Touchton, Malt N', his sentiment and let It be known : ;
Information on clauei may be your equipment Is Touchton A. C. Mclnnn, Frank L. that this. would be a mint stop on : 'l$eiuJulrurr

found In an ad In thin Issue. The years must be Groves Jessie Revels, Robert F, future vacation trips to Florida.
Davis Ufnpsry Revel Harris /
when you get /
!More than 2,000 specimens of Touchton. Kenneth Touchtun, frank "A brat I I. a child who act like
about 125 specie of marine cre..", Mikell. Lloyd Miller C, t:. Hazelton. your own but belongs to a nclgh. '. ..- 329 South 8th Street Phone 261.4383Newa.Lender

tares: are exhibited alive at Marine-j, Trade -At .. A. C. Chancy! and G. Q. W1I-1! bor." Frieda J. Monger, Duluth .

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WSCS To Meet 'English Language. Honored Gets Nursing' Degree August Meeting ot

Flpod, FamilyReunion In Parish Hall I Churches Overseas" At Borges Home Dorcas Class Held

Held In Repeat Vows August 11 August 24 !'WMS' Program Monday Evening At Hazelwood, HomeThe

The. WMS cthe Five Points
Yulee On August 16 I The Woman'i Society of I Baptist Church held It'. generilI Mr, and Mrs F. R. Shurley werehonored I Demean Class of the First
tlan Service of the Memorial Chrl"j I, meeting at the church on Tuesday at an Informal party given Brpllst Church held It's August'
The second annual family reun. If r 1' thodlst Church will on Mommy, at the home of Mr. and meeting In the home of Mrs J. C.
Ion .e meet Monday August 16. I I
of the descendant of ,
John | Mrs. Carl BortJes In Amelia City. Hazelwood
August 24, at 9,90 I
: in Parish
Hebbard Flood and Josephine Ar. The meeting wa opened with thr .
Delltluus I I refreshments were scr.
Hull for their The devotion was brought by
now was hold In Ytilre on Sunday t regular monthly call to prayer by the president toed to the I by Doris Mid t/ F
and buslncis guests Mrs. John Klarer, and was taken
August 16, at the home of W. H ct. program mooting Mn Flora Barber, and prayer woo dleton, Jimmy Bud and Ange
i Mri. Frans Mitchell will % I from "Voiceless Lips" and was a
Flood present offered by Mn. den Braddock t
remembering Shurley, and a aerial hour was en- lesson on "Reverence" which the
i the "A
A picnic dinner and family hli A' program Purpose F or. the missionaries.Mrs. Jrycd by all. I author draws from the ordinary
New Age".
i I .
well ,, Barber presided over the
tory ai at meeting new tout I. Invited guests were Mr. and garden flower the sun-fluwcr
Members of the Edna business _lion. '
Inn wad Enjoyed by all. Davis
Mrs. L. L. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. T.
., Mrs Betty Jones conducted the
>4 elf will serve as hostesses. The Royal Service fr
Out-of-town guests were: Mr.and ,1 : program i W. Oliver. Mr. mid Mrs. R. GMldctlcton t ; business meeting. A report from
Clr.j llh Language rhurrhni Ovcnca r
Mr*. Lucius M. Dyal of At. The prayer service will be *' Mr. and Mr.. Carl C.Tulecn the nominating committee win
more, Alabama; Mrs Lillian Flood i In Memory Chapel fifteen! was presented by Mrs and,. Mr, find( Mrs. G. G. j i ; fol given by Mrs. Hazilwoud and the
Clyde Brazell ;
Dyad, "and daughter Mrs J. E. Me prior to Ibo meeting. Gerbm, ,, ,t
; The following members attended | \; following officers were nimcd lor
Kinky of SI. iigustlnej I ;; Mr. aid w Anyone having rummage may : Mn. Pat Bryan, Mri. Beatrice Mr and Mrs. !Shirley; and chll.di dIe ensuing year: Mrs I,. A. Junes
Mrs Marvin A. Dyal and children bring It to the church for a isle Kbo Blalork Mrs Ruby EastcrllngMra. 'en. Fletcher and Anuc will lew j H';'i President; Mrs. J, C. Hamrlck.Vlcci .
Mark: Ben and Carol; Mr. and the I latter part of Septembersponsored Evelyn Jones, Mrs AplcrMri. Monday to make their home In ;'i.>::'Y't .President; Mrs Barlow Had
MM.: Wlllird J. ,
Crawford the
and children by Mamie Mills and
Miami. I
dock. Class Secretary Mrs J. C.
Cloo 1i ;
Braddork Mrs. Mildred
,,- Pats)'. Betsy and Jean, all Edna Davis Circles. '"' ::_:
of Sanford, Mr. and Mrs David A. Hick, Mrs. Pat Lyons Mri. Pot -- Hazelwood Recording Secretary;
Dyal and children Susan, David, a ., Townsend Mn. Nanclle Kease, Mrs. Stone Honors Mrs. Louise Montgomery Story Mrs M. B. Brannon Treasurer;
and Hpward of West Palm Beach; Her heirloom crown of pearls and Mrs Florence Carter Mri. Hilda Out of Town received her BS degree In Nursing I Mn. Geneva Tomlinson, Gift Chair.
Mr. and Mri, J. H. Horn. Jr., of! cryitali held the Imported English' Nunez, Mrs. Flora Barber Mrs. from Florida State University on man; Mrs. Evelyn Wilson, Hlslor.
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mri: B. F. A Illusion fingertip veil, completed WUIamena Braziell Mrs Carolyn Guests At Luncheon August a. Ian; Group Leaders: Miss RcbnHalle
Dyal of Peniacola; Mr. and Mri. with wide bands of scalloped ChaniIlly Reynolds, Mra. Evelyn Clack, Mr.. A 1961 graduate of Fernandlna Mrs. U. E. Bennett nnd
D F. Dyal and Mill Rebecca War. ( lace. She carried I white lace Joyce Johns, Mri. Mary Harper, Mrs. Hugh Stcne, Jr. entertained Beach High School Mrs Story Is Mrs F, L, Tlpplns; Mrs John
ner of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Her. frA Bible. covered with i whit orchid Mrs Margarine Johnson Mrs Marie a group of friends from Folkston, the former Miss Louise Montgomery Klarer Class Teacher.
Mlddleton and Mrs. Hattie Mae Georgia last Thursday with I luncheon Mrs. Brannon reported several
man Dycl and children, Linda arrangement sprinkled with itcp. who made her home here with
Herman, -and Debbie Lynn of Lake ( ,,'-' Hanoi, seed pearl (icons and white Parker. her sister Mrs. R. W. Galphln. floral offerings! given by class to
pity; Mr, and Mri Waller S. Gal- lather and children/ Patricia Jane THE RECEPTION Johns Mien Diane Barber, and Miss decorated with flowers and greenery Miss I Doting the social hour, Mrs. Wilson .
tad Stanley; Mr and Mrs Elmer \ Immediately following the Barbara Smith kept the nursery at points of Interest. Ange Shurley led the class In some InterestIng -
', ceremony
6., Dyal of Jacksonville; Mike, the brlde'i during the, meeting.The The dining table was overlaid Feted With Slumber question and answer games
parent enter.
Jimmy, and Carol Hill of Orlando; \i. .t' t group son dismissed with with an Imported linen cut-work after which the hostess served a
at at Sue'i
: a reception Res
)fIll .Gertrude Proctor Mrs. J. 0.Dyal'Jib. : ; taurant. "graver by Mrs. Evelyn Jones cloth and centered withI/ white Party At Land Home I| delicious orange compote and

Mri Helen D. Burnham ,'0 ." i ( gladiola and miniature pom porn Miss Ange who leaves I pound coke to the eight members
Mr. and Mm Mri Nicholson greeted guests In bouquet. A fruit and flower tree Shurley
B. F. Dyal and chllBren ;pi present.
: .I Mrs. Partin HostessFor Monday wllh her parents for their
.1 an original model of blue chiffon
'N' centered the table In the garden
Franklin, .
Jr. and Mary Fran. .. ,.:;.j ;' ) accented with matching satin She new home In Miami, was guest t of I Plans for the September meeting
tea all of Woodbine; I.Mq( John\ A. i '" '1"t wore blue accessories and I corsage Meeting Of room.A three course luncheon was honor at a gomg-awny parly Thurs.day I are to be announced at a later date
Dyal of Mlllen Georgia; Ivln. t. i
k. Burden and ion, Elbert, and ,_ 'w of green cymbldlumi. Ella Hardee Circle: served night with a ,number of her
The brlde'i table wan overlaid] The Invited guests Included Mrs. friends at the D. C. Land home on
Mr Liiclle Dyal aiftOliaughler. Miss Charlotte Land.
Mr and Mn Carl Creamer The Ella Hardee Circle of MI Shurley were
South Fletcher Avenue.
with an Imported lace cloth and Ben Rodgers, Mrs. Richard B. !
}.ucy of Fernandha J3PIlf. mortal Methodist j Beverly Freemen, Sandra Moore
Church August
The First Baptist Church pro-i iheathi with overskirt, featuring a centered with I beautiful tiered met Stroup Mrs. R. R. Rcnfroe Mrs.Winston : The Juts: of the slumber party I Laraine Bissell Marsha Hamilton
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with Mn. J. E. Partin. The
Mir Robert tided the lovely setting Tuesday removable Jacket with Mandarin wedding cake embossed with Love Hall Mrs C, J. Passlcu, n of varied enterlalnment i Sue Douglass Doris Middleton and
Carson chairman, Mn. H. J.
evening, August 11, when Miss collar neckline, fastened down Swam and topped with I miniature Bailey open Mrs. E. R Loll Mrs. Frank Davie and were served a Candy Caldwell.
ss To rki Iis.Edr1a ?Muriel Nicholson, daughter of Mr. center front with small covered bride and bridegroom. Garlands of ed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Gower Latlmer Mrs. Bell delicious breakfast by the Lands
and Mn. I. B. NIchclaoB becamethe buttons and three quarter length fern and pink rose accented the Mrs' !. R. Hardee presented the Lou Mr. Roe Nance and Mrs. R the following morning. I
Davis" Circle bride of Carl F. Creamer ton sleeves. Their matching circular diver and crystal appointments. iplritual Life program entitled, Burch Sharing the enjoyable event with Try A Classified AdDON'T

The.JEdnn Davis Circle ol the of Mr. and Mrs Marlon T. Cream. blush veils of Illusion were attach A buffet of hor d'oevres. turkey, 'Life's Little Things".
.r of Lithe.Ran ed to Channel fabric bows. They The Missionary theme was "More
Memorial Methodist Cl-rchmet: on ham salad buttered shrimp "
John W. Hunt of Nashville. carried cascade bouquet of pink peat nan We Are presented by Mrs.
Wed tmy. August 1'2.!at ( salad, creamed asparagus, andcrab E. E. Jones
Ca, farmer pastor performed the Sweetheart rare* caught with. mat.
Carson with thirteen puffs, was served from a
member present. vMi'L.R double ring candlelight ceremonyt thing satin ribbons. linen covered table centered with Mn. Winston\ Beugnct !gave thelrtasurer's LET YOUR CHILD
aeveo4blrty o'clock. Charles H. Creamer aerved as report and announced
; ;
E. a massive arrangement of pink
Phlnney Mn. Melba Shiver, organist best nan for bit brother. Ushers hat "Good'] Housekeeping'' had
opened the meeting. with a j>iwyer. .:rendered program of nuptial were Dennis Mellstrup and Joe met. White latin streamers ei.. been .ent to the circle's missionary .
tended to three branched candelabra )
Bowers gave !an original manic and accompanied Claude Jarvis In India, Mn. Garden
talkconcerning holding lighted tapers, placed
meditation times and placetfor Haddock as be sang "Whither THBBVDB: : on each aide After ,a brief business meeting GROW UP!
gtritual Thou Goest" and "Tbe Lade. Given In marriage by her father, the members recited: the bcncdlc. .
FOP her Mri. Herman Roper served cake ? :
missionary education Prayer" the bride lovelier
wa never thanIn Ion and adjourned.\ The next meet- .f
toplcTWrs;: E. P, Davis, Br con-, Handsome baskets of pink gladll her formal gown of all silk peau I and Mn. Bonnie Bennett and Mri.Warrm big will be ai the home of Mrs. ," ,
tlaufcUh study presented In the ) and lavender chrysanthemum de sole and ChantUly lace designed\ Kirkland presided at the Walt MleneJewKkl. Without Dancing Lessons $:,*; :.
book' entitled "Our Mission' To. flanked the branched candelabra, on Princess line The Dior bodice twin punch bowls Mica Janice ) "
day' :: featured neckline, Bach of Bainbridge Ga. kept thebride's ...
entwined with garlands of fern and n portrait reembroldered Register New With .
! Theltlfccle: : members ,were re. pink florets, holding lighted Cath with seed pearl, and book. : and son of Jacksonville Miss Joyce ,
minted !f tbe study course of Gen edral (japers long sleeves tapering l to calla Illy Mlsi Joyce Marcum and Mis Marcum of TUuivllle, Mrs( R. C. BEAN SCHOOL OF DANCING It.:
cue .1oIe: : presented the evenings THE ATTENDANTS: points over the wrist The full Shirley McKcodrce caught the Rqch of Orange Texas and Miss
of October 8, 7. and 9th, by the Mien Linda Kirkland was the gathered back skirt carried soa). brlde'i bouquet together.Out I Flo Jarvis of Nashville Tenn. ;
I Rev &UpA $oyer. i irlde'i maid of honor. Miss Candy loped bands of lace and appliques of town guests were Mlsi 1 Mr. and Mrs. Creamer are at I Phone 26I-31G2 .
A rummage sale will be apon.sored Taylor of Jacksonville was brides sprinkled with pearls! terminating Candy Taylor, Miss Carol Escam.ctler. home to friends at ,9 North 21sl
I Jointly by the Edna Davis maid and Miss Marlene Nlchelson, Into a full circular Chapel 1 train. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jarvla i, Street I
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Circle 'hi. the third -- - .
week bride,
or fqurLh Inter ol the was Junior ----- ----
I, of srllr tnber. \ I bridesmaid.The .

t The,meeting was dismissed. with attendants were Identical In iI : : ,. .I. r'o .... .t. I' .. 'If'.... :" 1'
w the circle benediction Hoc said peas street length tunic
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I ::\ii.i Ereuui: Dears and her a Mr. and Jin, Don uaacjs.tr. Si.Jehildrei I ''-t'.L'"ltt't, t"rIlDucUIH tietsi I'n, jo'orlCllI! 'J'nUn.n"T, AluIt1AE2Iihit, I (/ '::T r."i .. ::
PERSONALSBuddy brother, Jerry Beard, spent last Monica Donny Mart: and .. I NI
weekend tn Iran 'City, Ga. with Todd returned' home after a two -' -- ,luatrtte Us lecture.: ,
their grandfather W, E. Martin. week'i tour of Colorado, South Da. I II Container Credit The ipetkcrs were Introduced b; t
Jacobs, son of' Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. F. R. Shurley,, I kota, North Carolina and Ken- FCIT. Education 1 Director C. A,
Mrs. George Owen, had as hi* Ange and Fletcher will leave Mon Friends of T. B. Sanderlln of tucky. TheGarden Union Officers Wonlard of Jacksonville. Thtole 's t

guest last weekend. Lee Willis son day for Miami to make their home. Norfolk Virginia! will regret to gales were welcomed by Robert C,
of Judge and Mr*. Ben C. Willis of Mr. Shurley has been transferred hear Ilict h* 1 Ia quit ill after Buffering : Raymond Rowland It back from 'A Van De Water', managing llrtctorof '

Tallahassee. to that city by National Airlines a heart stimuli while In the I Atlanta where he has been staying Basket Attend ConclaveThe I the league, .> 1
home of Mr. and 1>1rI. George T. I all summer with Mrs Frank Sutton i 'the Business sessions consisted>\
Mrs. L. J. Jones and daughters. Ep4 Jeanette Beard left Tuesday
Dav is. Mr. Sanderlln and hit wife. LE'II.I of 14 topics discussion prtMtpi,
Misses France and Cindy Jones with the WAC Band from FL :Me. the 'former !Mis Susie Davis of I I I BY JANE SCCFIELD Florida Credit Union eonfrrences. training clinics, and
of Montgomery, Ala. ire spendinga Clcllan Ala., to play In concert Pernandlnn Beach were In town Visiting last Wednesday with gue of which Container Mutual) .
concluded with the election
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week with Mrs. Jones' niece, Mrs.J. four day at the World's Fair. Fol. for a short: visit with relatives and I Mrs. S. H. Swearlngen and Mrs. ,I >: The garden of Mn C. Lltrleo at the edge of the bank parking lot. Cred'l' Vnlun It a member, hell I rectors and officers f t
A. Beard, and lowing the bands in Mable Stalnaker was Mrs., Ethel lit 311th meeting August .
family. performance friends 20 South Fourth Street Is literally anniversary !
This t Is a plant that can be disliked Officers" at the Container MutualCredit ,
the Pavilion near the Unisphere, a I Con no. of Jacksonville, Mn.. Mel. "glowing" with color golden-glow 13-M.n In the Robert ileyer
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Crisp and lit. tour of New Jersey and Pcnnsjl- John Stevenson, inn of Mr. and I, 'le Robinson of Klagsland. MI't.A being the very appropriate common M Intensely as It Is liked by othen. and George Washington buena In Union and their wlvos;ni j

tie granddaughter, Kim Barnhiirdt, van la I II planned. Mrs. S. R. Stevenson, who has Just I'' Charlie Gum and ion, David or i name of the perennial now profuse. Many are afraid of It bernuse Jacksonville, tending I: Mr.the and t three Mri.day Mlkc'Tikula conventionwere l: ,
are spending a week's vacation at 'completed hit eight! week'i basic I Jacksonville and Mrs. of the ( Guest speaker Dr Frank Good
Thl'Ima1 )Inputting' on Us yearly show It Is poisonous milling
.fr. and !Mrs.\ Ralph DuhnU, Md.end .
Bryson City, N. C. In the Smoky Mr*. A. W. Lowman of Denmark, South ;
Carleton from '
Jackson In home win of the of Florida.5iunul' .
training at Fort hate I'nlvcrslty
of the which It said
perennials of Its
I properties milky juice, but .
Mountains. I S. C. and her granddaughter. Car. I Mr BID! Lee, Mr. flout Mrt.
I for two "weeks before leavIng for to' grow well only In northwestern here In Florida -' to of on "Public Rcl.illons. He and \
I olvn) Lowman of Marlon, S. C., Major and Mrs. Bob Reid and many Herbert Bowers and Mr. \\Iri.
Aummta, Georgia where he will be Florida but being of the nidbeeklasoi lovely rowers have concluded a typical training ses.
Maria Bcird and I.lnch Jones I will arrive Sunday for a visit with sons. Brett and Gregg Mrs Lots i one our toxic qualities Ernest Valern.
have returned from a two week %'is.It Mr*. J. J. G. Cooper.Mr. motioned. Reid, and Miss Robbie Lee Thvmp-" or cone-flowers It has this should not seem to he ton slnn of lhi institute similar to lillll
thllHP| he has conducted atII :
with Llnl1 '1 grandparents' Mr. tubs Mary Ann Oliver la spendIng inn, spent last/ wrck fishing at and Mrs. A. K. King, at Lake Tax- I and Mrs G. H. Waas, Jr., a few In Miami vluillng Crcsent Lake. browa-cycd Susan and the highly are poisonous, our caster bonns are J.ii'ksnnville University) sins; l pout- weight metal with cnntmniMstrength ,.
( day
away, N. C. I returned the first of the week from with friends. IIJJ I developed glorlosa daisies, which poisonous also our angel trumpets era ann luunorous anenlole lo II. resistant tl) tremendous, 'I 1

I a trip to ;North\ Carolina. On their seem so happy In our climate and or datum. Our poinsettias are -.--- sudden
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Williams! and temperature _.c Hinnfp: $!,* i
Jerry Frank Miller, son of !Mr.
return trip they slopped In Atlanta Mrs. R. M. Babb and daughter soli. somewhat poisonous and the glor
and Mrs. A. A. Miller Jr., will receive for Swalnsboro, Georgia are spendln) there i Is the chance of that H'l hnrder to Muff a machine ha* been developed for the Saturnftnaec
the showing of Christmas gifts Ellen and Kathy, spent the pant : If "slightest lena Illy about which we wrote last
his master' degree In Busl. at that clty'i mart. week In North Carolina visiting this week! at the beach. I IMrs. a plant thriving thlslol'a11ty Mr*. I week carries pohton In all Its parts, than a ballot box. vehicle. lIaturn11I b

ness Administration at summer with relatives H. D. Wilson, Sr. of haze1 Lllrlco's girdcn would be a mightyhappy I Its tubers being extremely poison So.oIf* beginning to look ai launched by the John F Kenned
commencement exercises I Mrs. Norene Pyne lister of Mrs.J. : If, after the nrxt Legislature, '
August 22 hunt, Georgia pent three week! snot for It, for she doeen'tMtint out Spar Center, NASA from Its
at the University of Colorado. B Claxton of Yulee, returnedto Mn. E. T. Hard, Sr., of Raleigh, with her liters, Mrs. Lold Reid, In giving her plant the care ] Another objection to tnow-on-the- about hue only way for a fellow togit Merrill Island Florlda'lauDisite. :
her home In New York Sundayon ;North\ Carolina I II visiting with her volts out of South Alabama new ,
Wltcher of and Mill Robbie Lee Thompson they need. When asked about her mountain I II that one I II apt to acquire
Bobby Bowman
Georgia the Silver Meteor after a ten son, E. T. Hord, Jr., for a few days. Mn Lit. will be to annex it. ....
has returned home after spending Mr. and Mr*. Edward Wilson and success with her flowers( too much of It due to the fact I
visit with the Claxtons.
several days as house guest of day M. R. Plkuls left! Saturday for children, Kent and Sussn spent rico will tell you that she works I that It self-sous easily As with

Mr. and Mrs. D 0. Oxley and ion, Mrs. E. T. Hord, Jr., and sons Call, Columbia, In South Aml'rlca.1 Saturday and Sundoy with their hard with them watering, frrtillr.Ing most varlegiled foliage plants/ it I .....
Dean, Jr. Tom and Max, are spending several where he will\ spend six weeks aunts, and Mrt. Wllstin returned .to snraylng( When we talked to I should be used sps.Hngly as an ac- LADIES.I Tired of Cooking? '
days with Mrs. Hord'i mother I Hatelhurit with them. her this week the had just finished I rent to show off Its real beauty. It .
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brlnnon were praying her entire front yard.Perhaps would be lovely, we think used as
spent last week-end In Savannah, In Raleleh, North Carolina. Mrs. called to Gainesville last Thursday I Mrs. Care line Thomas and her her spraying programIs I I a cut flower to present a cool pie. DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO!

Georgia as guest of Mr. and !Mrs.\ Hord and son, Tom will visit the due to the death of Mrs. Brlnson't granddaughter, Miss Patti Robert, part of her success with the go). tore on a hot summer day. We While You Shop'At flooth'su Market

Boyd Kennedy Sr. World's Fair during their vacation. ulster, Mr. Ted Btumgarditer. both of Bowie, Maryland, spent tlen.llloall' It Is subject tn 'b< th 1 have never experimented to see '
.- Funeral services were held at list week as the gucsta of Mri. aphids and, powdery mildew We I how well II holds up when eut. II ,Is 7 Hot Dogs $1 /2 Fried Chicken 1.25-

Bethlehem Cemetery In Columbia Thomas's brother, Gordon T. But. noticed t too how clean and. free from) I of the same family as the pnlnscttla '
I ler, and family on South SeventhSt. 7 Hamburgers $1 ( Family Size $2.00)) .
County on Saturday. disease her clumps of chrysanthemums and would no doubt have tn be .. .
were a certain mark of i I given a hot water or stem charring O
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cockhran, She dahlias t he. Shrimp $1.25
good care. Just t treilment to stop Ihe flow of
visitors of and Mrs.
Reeent Mr.
former Fernandina Beach residents, Jack Hamrlck were Mr. and Mrs. Inning In bloom but to us there Its plentiful juice. We had really I Bar-B-Que Ribs or Chicken $1.25 ::
arrived from to
Sunday Italy
and Falls was doubt that they would reach not thought\ of It In terms of a
R. A. Meadows family of
spend several days. the magnificence of her dahlias In flower for arranging until we examined I
Church, Va., Miss Mary Ellen I QUICK SERVICE- Rhone 261.5955.:
: Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Illgglnbotham Blocker of Kite, Ga., and Jerry R. past years. I It closely I and saw I Its cool'

and daughter, Fay, returned re- Cook of Orlando, nephews and We slopped to admire her snow delicacy, which seemed to us a 709 South Eighth Street
en-the-mnimtaln which grows along tural for use with slag grass. nn'j
rently from a short vacation In nIeces of Mrs. Hamrlck. _n _- -
Miami, end with relatives In Geor. '
gla.I Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper will have p5 p5IIIIIF'
at guests this weekend Mr. and Ta"ah .EDI ITEI T.'ma''IEilII'
I, Mr. and Mr!. A. J. Welnzlrl have Mri. Malcolm Lyons and daugh. !:!eco.afeline I

$12.95 returned from a vacation In Miami ter, Mist Margie Lyons ion and BY '

and the lower East Coast where daughter-in-law! Mr. and Mr*. '- 11
they vlsllcd friends and relatives.Mrs. Steve Lyons, all of Hamilton/ Ohio.I TALLAHASSEE AFNS work for (the committee are thoItaff I '
tt The family will then be at the' When he dedicated John H. Perry I of Sec. of Stale, Tom Adams I{ You con, always
Hoyt Lofton had as her Chadwick Cottage on the beach for Boulevard In Fort Walton Beach' They will use an part of the ammunition ,

guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. two weeks. about a dozen years ago former fur proposed loRlslallim. count on us
Elton Dukea of Tlfton Georgia, Coy. Fuller Warren waxed oratoriCal )- findings of Adam drpullvN who, I

Mrs. Lofton's brother, Sidle S. John Charles Harrison of Tallahassee In hi* glowing praise of people In an unprecedented mow, nerved '
Gore of Hawaii, will arrive this Is visiting this wl'C'k'wll1l IB the Panhandle. ai poll watchers In seven M'lcclrd I for accuracy! "

week for a visit with relatives here. his grandmother, Mrs. John Klarer Northwest Florida, he said, had counties on the first primary, May

Mrs. George Lovcsee and Mrs. and other relative .been magnificent to him during! his 5lh, and In all f'7 counties on Muy I \ytien Illness strikes,,,'! '
campaign for governor. 26.
Sonny Durham left Saturday for Visiting this week-end with Mra. I registered pharmacists! ,
I the Warren vote
He laid while
Two of the main complaints the
| Wilmington North Carolina for a S. H. Swearlngen wan her, granddaughter looded In on election night from Adams' poll wnlclien bosh II are ready here to fill
short visit with Mrs. Durham's Mist France Cooper, came \ .
I doctor's preacrlr .,,
ill over the rest of the slate, with were llp-nhiid handling of your ,
mother. and a friend Miss Theresa Adams, tions with professional]
Northwest Florida was strangely voting procfdurei where boxes In. I I
both of Orlando.
I [ William Swcatt, son of Mr. and silent. Head of machines were used and precision.' ..

THEAUTHENTIC Mrs. W. M. Sweatt, now stationedat Major and Mrs. Bob Reid and ,, "We hadn't heard anything from an abnormally high percentage of ,'
I the Naval) Academy In Annapolis sons, Brett and Green, returned to \lie Panhandle" he sMd. "So some I absentee ballots In a number nf Years of training and

I has recently won two Expert their home 1n Montgomery, 'Ala. body at election headquarters ph'k.1 I counties which they Raid Imllrut. experience quallry. ,
Marksman Medals with an M-l bama alter spending two weeks ed up the telephone and called my ed "(he possibility of collusion nnChe .
___ us tit" be your doctor'
L STVLEJ rifle and a cult .43 pistol with Mn. Lola Reid and Mist Rob.,good friend in Fort part of supporters of. slime
ble Lee Thompson. Major Reid will I Valton Beach. He asked him how I candidates In soliciting absentee! ."lu'IIII'." '
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lannon and ittcnd Air Command and Staff he vote was coming In Went Florda. v te.." I
children, Larry and Teresa spent .. And Rood friend aniwered I' '
College at Maxwell AF.B. my I Two of the main recommendations SIEGER:
if you want to be correct on the "campus the past week at Lake Jackson We don't rightly: I know yet. whIch Adam wilt make to I:' :
visiting friends there. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green, Sr., We're waiting to see how many I
the committee will bo provIsIons
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones have and daughters Robin and Laurie of votes you need!" I' !pcrtnlnlnu!: to tlKhlcnlnd nf absentee DRUG, CO. j
Nashville, Tennessee are visiting the rl'lurnlwrl't'
Fuller said when all
Here1 the classic of them all tot the smart as their guest this week their voting laws and the rnnetment of '' .
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Ben In from Northwest Florida ?elAUunatIc Ave. -
Cecil Haddock and a (low requiring all counties to
young man about college! Authentic, always. daughter Mrs. Groce, Jr., and daughter, Wrenne.Mr. hafteir'sure they hid Included convert to "recognized mechanical Phone Ml-sm,
children Brenda and Dawn, and j
% hundred votes from South III'v'l
correct slip-on styling: hand-sewn moccasin son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and and Mrs. W. M. Sweatt and ei voting machine on the theory

seams: Cordoshell upper leather that shines I Mrs Bill Jones and daughters children Janice and Andy are ,av. I many bafta. "Because PEOPLE there In West weren't Florida; that, I .
Carolyn and Terri from Charlotte, Ing Friday' for Washington and "
easily and holds its shine longer. If you wantto I North Carolina. Annapolis. They will attend Par. let Warren alone registered told this for voters a very! funny .

be right In style. this 1 II your shoe. Let u* fit t tI tin Johnny Sherman of Mclborne enf Open House at the Naval Ac* Joke and It got a good laugh.
I demy where their son, William Is REGISTER NOW
you a pair. Florida Is visiting this week with a student. But this II one kind of very ser
i I the L. N. Cooks loon 111 the Interim Election Study

I Mn. Virginia Hlgglnbotham left Committee of the Legislature will ,
The J. K. Crisps of Yulee had as speLl Sunday for Augusta, Georgia for a perhaps
I their guests thin week-end their short visit with her son-in-law) a'1 Py..,' dollars In the hope of cur For Fall Classes Beginning Sept. 8
Partin's Established 1878 i son and diughter-in-law Mr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Billy .Ing.

Mrs. Thud Crisp and children spelch and sons.. (The 20-man committee can draw
I Stev-le nndIanc'y;\ their son, Ralph '
Lot"j up to $20) a day plus travel. It met
313 Atlantic Ave. Ph. 261-4241 ; Crisp, all of Rock Hill South Car. Mrs. M. H. Scott who has ( In full committee here last week, I II. In New Spacious Air-Conditioned

I ollna. and Miss Lynn Levy of Jack. I IInnvllle. the hospital for some time I.I scheduled to meet again the Illh ,

-I blood poisoning Is now able to re.reive I and 12th of September! and there'

vliltors. no telling how many times either \
1 I the full committee or the subcommittee Studio Of
Mr. and Mrs Rudy York return will meet before Its wink :

t I ed last week from a vocation trip I Is done.) J ,. I ,.. .. I" '$ !I" I'll :
I to points In Virginia. ( People doing most of the home.CfiangeAbout .

1\ I r : Cheese Pie I 1,11111111 8Ji1i1Ii1/JJI ,UJ' :

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For Children 3 and 4 For 'Pre-Schoolers :


.T KINDERDANCESpecial I Pre-Ballet :

Child's Cultural is, Tap

j Program 2 Mornings A '

::1'-4 ,' Week 9:30: to 11:30: a.m.
( ( 1

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.. ,
pc. Summer menu call for light and delicate desserts that make the 5I '
most of 'keynes and fruits, frank and frozen. ( Classical Ballet 0 Modern Ballet :
When; the mercery toare, nrve this heavenly Che*** Pie Its
RAYON NYLON COVER fillinr I is a combination of cottage cheese,prepared whipped topping'
and treallltrawllarri.. Try'It with ether fruits and burma, too. j Rhythmic Tap I Musical Comedy Acrobatics :
Regular $119.95 1 Oaiiie-Afcim Cheeee Pie !
I Modern Jazz I Interpretive Choreography:
1-1/4 flmrtrmham 1 .nv.lop.wblpp.4' ;;
$ 30 Week cracker enmtfji topping mix 1
$1 00 Down 1 a i 2 tableipooM f ranuur ,/g rap Hl4 milk I Toe Ballet Advanced Students, Age 10 and Up J

r 1/2 ....poo.vanIlla

NOW $88 I/I I ;L'atsra..- ,1/1 cup nieacUeeenaugsg ...

1-1/2 teupooiw.aflarorHceUtm I sup t/I p1.) cottags : MORNING CLASSES FOR SPECIAL ADULT BALLET Ii
CASH & CARRY chee**
1 Ubleipeon' water I tableapoon: lemon joke' CHILDKKN: ON DOUBLE SESSION EXERCISE CLASS .Ir.

Combine I crunk tot ffraniiUtri Add melted butter and
SPECIAL: mix well. Press firmly with back *f spoon on bottom and aides of a
t.IV'l: pan. Bale at 175* for I to B tnlnuU Cool.
MA THE huH, tit tet, *nd tmttra atrawhwriM..: Ut stand wMto
Decorator Pole Lamp preparing tilling. JULANNE OWENS MRS. GUY DUDLEY ;
Soften fclatm lit water, T..M...t tn pan of hot water and stIr .
until' gelatIn ii dluolr,d. K.mv.from hot water. Prepare whipped Teacher I Pianist :
of FenKmdma topping mix with cold milt and vanilla I M directed OK mvttopes
$595!3 fold .In confectioner lurar, eotUre cheese, sad lemon juice Then i
add *el tm mixture attrrinr wntil blended. Pour about eiohalfof
FOR ENROLLMENT CALL 261-4287 OR 2614180I :
320 S. 8th St. Ph. 261-4383 the etrawberriM Into vrahan cracker emit Top with the cotU -
j POOH remaining atrawberrkH mr t. lUbet 8 servings.I .


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Pajre SIx ""'* w-Eea3er, FerntneUn* Be 6h") Florida Thursday; August 20 I, 194"

I Walker Is Named
President of Yulee ANSCO


For the seventh straight year,
Sales for New Extinguishers Emory Walker hal been named as
Service for Your Present Extinguishers s + e I IwgfMla Firemen president of Aisutiatlon the Yulee, Volunteer

y r Named to serve with Walker for Just

HICKOX FIRE EQUIPMENT CO. the comma year are Oren Jones, I aim

,..rI vice president; Ivcy Crump, secretary )I
Phone 261-3601: or 261.3175 .snap
and James S. Stevens,
TlCKl'l' & DELIVERY SERVICE treasurer
At tune annual meeting, held at 11
or LeaH Extinguishers At Fire Station
--:: ------- the Vulec Fire Station, the mem- it I
I "tQlAL: TIME": wumea Is sent t. 150 employers. bern enjoyed charcoal broiled h im- 1e ,
.. Now the requests from employers '
: Mew burgers and the Irlmmln's.
Dear Helen: Why aren't Senior I than the
ere Mr'1r are three times greater
Citizens allowed TV program time "working" list. "Experience Is

a equal to tiny tot cartoons, youngsters Afrlen" Is Ihe slogan. These
teenagers T Not one minute I City Operating
I I dedicated Council women have Built-in flash..,uses compact,
Ilan Theatre Is allowed for Seniors. Everything '
made a rousing success of age unit economics! AG Bulba.e .
lion for other not us Continued from Page One)
age-groups the ability to hold a good Job! Perfect for color or black.
ANTHONY() HAMMOND\ () It shown with hear done In
Go-Cart{, which We what's being Think It over, boys! andwhite..
ITione 261-1819 C. E. Beach, Mgr. will he given away us a,fund-raising project of the newly other stales, but there's nothing token to over boaters operation of this service S Takes 12 big "super slides"

No Matinees Except I For Special Show formed locnl De.Molay chapter. The Go-Curl will be given;i In New York Why not sewing on 127 film. '
classes, crewel, cooking, making Clayton D. ClaxtonOn The purchase was prompted by
away on Sept. 7 and DeMolay: members have donation e Double exposure prevention.,
baskets, furniture, how to use all the announcement that this service I
tickets for sale. I o
FRIDAY & SATURDAY -- the new paints? So many things I II was being discontinued by Hydlo by new AnMO
." I (for so many, many happy hours. In Western Pacific Peterson': Jr, who operated Sports. 100% Assurance Policy

AUGUST 21 & 22 We are not Interested In the man's Wharf Peterson said he was I Outfit CMtskis: Camera, I XO bulbs,

7:30: p.m. screaming Beatles and all that I USS COLUMBUS (FHTNCt) unable to provide qualified personnel ,, 1 ,.11127 sin AII-WMtlitr film I II
Clayton D. Claxton, seaman! USN;
to continue the service.
stuff. Let's have some I I
programs I
son of Mr and Mrs Weldon Clax Boaters over a wide area of ONLY $10.25
really for us. It should be equal
"MAN IN THE MIDDLE71WITH For The Homemaker time If all that time can be given ', ton of Route 1, Yulee has departed Florida and Georgia requested that
for duty In the Western Pacific
the service be continued and the
to tots, teens and the next ages,
aboard the guided missile cruiser purchase by the city resulted. The i
ROBERT MITCHUM what about us? We certainly rateIt
By" -t Equal time for all ages. Is this USS Columbus, monorail will' be moved to another

9:01: p.m. asking too much? Operating as a unit of the U. S, location near the city marin following .
Mrs N.
.h Mary Seventh Fleet, this 673 foot fighting the end of the current Summer I

"MAIL ORDER BRIDE"KUDDY I MRS TOM ship Is capable of Independent or fishing season
Home Demonstration Agent Dear Mrs Tom I I've been yelling combined defense against air, surface ,

:, EllSEN; ; I 'Mr for the same thing. If not or sub-aurfuee attacks. I --------

I __ "e<|U.il time", at least some time! Fully equipped 1 for battle, the her present arm mrnl. Allowance
Spin the dial la locate your marsi Columbus carries compliment: of were made ?string conversion for
I CARE: OK THE FLOOR: Two for von'11 find II mine cunvinlint tothiiw .. rducullnnal channel. Maybe l I 1700 Wren Conversion from a heavy]I the placement of a "Polaris" luim.chlnit Y

SUNDAY & MONDAY die Shine: I IPulishlnii them fll't::I to make handling I the signal In your nearest university vrulhcr brought shored I lie "Talon" system capable of filing ,

wnxrs liquid or pistol: ,, easier, city Is strong enough for you I mad "Tartar"' missiles, repluilng,j eight: mixsllcs.i .

'AUGUST 23:) & 21 that must be huffed to a ahlne.I Cmik, thawed fish Immi-ili.ildv lo pick up. tducallonal TV beamI I her main nun mounts These surfa i During her lour with the Seventh

i I The predicts: cnnlaln nnph'lm' In ,: fur hc-sl 1 q'Mhlv He euro you dun:t mlle of the programs you sick I <'e-t ta air missiles) IIII'ngl'llh antisubmarine I I Fleet Cnlumbun will npiratc In the

"THE INCREDIBLE MR. LIMPERT" keep the wax soft In the tan -- su o\l'rc",1." it, toi-k: fi-.li Just until It Rut listen, honey: let's keep New warfare gear: und vli) ;Inllv;) of J.ipun, Taiwan:I and :the II I .

you can run It liitn the Hour In n flkes easily with' a fork. York Slate king aizc, Your tate new, Improved sonar equipmentfor Philippine Nando. She Is homeI I(I Next Door To Merle Norman

7 WITH DON KNOX thin Him The liquid type Is really wan the first In the country to submarine; detection t complete I I ported In San Diego, Calif.: :1 Cosmetic. Studio

paste won thinned with extra naphtha I The summer rote. se.i-ion In now think of the elderly' back In 1947. I -- -

: [ TECHNICOLOR It cleans each time you apply In full swing, and few women can Your State pioneered many of our --
It because the naphtha dlsmlvos '' resist what they think Is a harg iln. best and biggest Ideas for YOUR I

.. ... .. floor.the Ground old p-illshlng.In dirt Is wax!Imiscned on, thi :I II However, It Is wise to remember I I happiness. The first Senior CHI-j. I I MOTOR to.
-- - --- I that even at a sale the best buy I I tens Month anywhere In the nation NOW AT LASSERRE

end picked up by the applicator, for you will have the qualities you was New York's. In 19S4. ;'

When you use polishing wax, you want at the price you are prepared Available to you FREE Is splen-l i
rFt never have to wash the floor; never I II to pay did, helpful material from their I

have to remove: flip df wax | Home economists with the Florida Office for the Aging, 112 Slate St., I
Self-pollshlng wnxes (liquid only) Albany, N. Y.
Agriculturil Extension Service
: Now. that diy shiny Easy to apply THE
advise thu consumer to shop care. I'
do not need biifllng, For brut! results DIABETES
fully at a solo Examine sale art.
self-polishing waxes shouldbe
icles carefully, You will find that Dear Helen: I live In SOUTH'SDEALS
applied to a clean floor and I I
often sale Items are seconds or IrrcRulars. Trnt there a free leaflet FIOrlda'j
FASTER SERVICE AND should be completely removed two |I Be sure that whatever betics
three times a with a wax
or year
keeps them from selling at the regitliir -I I BENSON.:
remover price doesn't matter' to ,
you Pear Benson: Yen. Ask the .
REASONABLE PRICES To help duldc If the articles me '
Here are several' ways to pal l obit .'Iorldatnte!\ Board of Health, P.
really a wise buy, be sure to study
of magic Into muffin', The ..ug. i 0. Box NO, Jacksonville, for the'
:: the labels and hung lays before I
gcslliins come from home eceinom-l I Timely Topics leaflet for diabetics.
for lots I you nuke a purchase, Gives recipes and news.
: I Will the need ,
; garment repairs;
.. For, surprise muffins, fill muffin I
cleaning and alterations before It
cup 1/3 lull of butter, drop In 1'4tI'afpn GIFT MONEY Big yearend savings
can worn T
and 1/3 more butler I \ on Super Turkic
flJeautifitllv VlJ1jlnEdXCdiJW ; Consider tho quality you wont. Dear Helen: I enjoy your cui umnImml'nsey ..
!locks like Fords smooth-
From the outside It any
Fit, comfort care, and durability you perhaps help
other muffin, butI hen broken o It steadiest,
II are Important features, even though me with a little problem? I have
open Volta! Its already Jel tho garment may rx> greatly red.ic created a certain typo of doll costumes strongest cars in
thullllro,6 ,
fled.Peanut' ,,,1'(1 from Its original price. A good 1 would like to place themIn their class .Iha
will tieKhl
butter miilfini -4W winning aces of 04
rule to follow is select the lop gilt shops on a commission ,
: the younger Pet and use quality for the money and the right basis, as I do now with a fine ladyIn NASCAR races

supply. Simply rut 1/3 cup peanut your readers know of gift shops In
butter Into 2 cups of muffin mix. their fur this I
TIPS ON GAS RANGES: Remo\e area ? am never
.. ChccFe muffins have H cup grab I
the burners and scrape out food or able to save enough money to advertise
ed cheese added to 2 cups of the
I certainly appreciate any NI
snot with a pipe cleaner or wire.

mix.And can have cinnamon-star Plunge the burners Into a tub, or help or ideas. Ii Dig ycer-end savings

All And you pall of hot suds and scrub with a ILLINOIS on '64 Fair, _.
Styles Types Of Engraving muffins by sprinkling the tops with
mixture of clnnimon/ and sugar stiff brush Rinse, shake off excess Dear Illinois: Your costumes lanes, the middle- _
water, and allow to dry before re noun* doll-Ing! This la a beautiful slzo can w I I h

l before baking, placing./ way to tarn a bit of extra money, sports car foci I.

"' !' : t. frnrert;> fish -m wlrt1 tar th.ivud To keep carbon from 'Jamming I too. As you know by now, I am king Bl/e economy alp ,
before conking just allow a tewi I the pilot light: turn off the gas and i a strong believer In using the local and room for a full

extra minutes of cm.king time I scrub the housing/ with a soft wire I' library and the telephone direclory house
ALETTERIIEADS brush before washing with a cloth to find names and addresses.
Iluwevcr, when fish are t'> bet|
BUSINESS CARDS either bicjdul or fried, or stuffed, ) wrung out of warm and,, Make I Search out the gift shops In phonebooks ... -,
sure the surrounding surfaces are then write a letter lo each. I
ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERYSee completely dry, and connections are Do the same with large department .

"seated" correctly, before relighting stores In big cities. If all
DOZIER & GAY I It.TIPS. you wonderful readers want to recommend li

ON ELECTRIC RANGES: gift shops In your area, c Big year-end siv.Ings .
Samples At Food spills will burn themselves off write to me at National Senior an64, Falcons,

PAINT I the vletlrlc units, but the burner Center Lehlgh Acres, Fla. 33936. the smartest ,looking,

rims aim reflectors or drip cups I'll send them to our pal In IlUn- plushest riding com-

'BestFor The South' I need to be removed hen cool for Dill .' pacts trolls Puts

FcrnaniimvJlc1'IIOXKi acs ? CU\s-1ca\ cr -c_ wa.shmK In hot suds! ____ UI' economy In the

I If there Is a deep well cooker, CUB PROJECT 1q cards for you.

( : ) W.\ lil'lI lt1I.UiI.'l7, : CHECK OUR keep the Inside scrupulously clean, .
Dear Helen We the0.
: are
removing thee liner for washing In
ll I PRICESShiell's men's of dental .
auxiliary a asso.elation.
hot suits A vacuum/ cleaner attachment -- ... -
We notice often de. = = =" = =
We of the and Best Is handy for sucking crumbs you
Represent.'phe t Largest from tho bottom of tho well. A non- scribe! clubs and activities. You
Grocery Insulated cover can be Immersed also seem to have a grasp of what Official Clearance Sale On Ford Trucks & Used Cars Too ,
Engraving Firms In The United States If communities can do for Its rest-
In sudsy water; Insulated, the
211 ATLANTIC AVE. dents. Could you recommend a
cover should Just be wiped clean
J 1'IIONi) : 2(51-9( To Interest our women, the pro.
-- ,- Ject should have real meaning and

usefulness. We don't want to vol. rhone 261-3812 your Ford< Dealer Since 1910 South 8th streetCLASSIFIED
I untcer our time just to be "doing

a.Y Trooper Bill something mean, ," If you know what I I

sayseetr Dear Mrs Dentist: You bet I I

know Hhnt mean. It's labeled

i c "made work", Something to do I I IS FOR I Ii

Carrier =- just. lo be doing II. I can recommend .
I a terrillc project, vital to I
every community Allrusa Hub I
accomplished II In a city like

AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING Smlrn and Aillvlllrs (for Retired i aE .ti

Citizen Thin will show older r, n nlM 7SMNir ..wY4RltI
people exactly where to go for
MAKING MACHINERY exactly what they wed! In my

opinion, nothing's more va'uuble' !


.. .... Dear friend: We have hiss and
P' ': iii reerenlion ut our Golden Age! Hull
t., ,J. -;----- --... In my town, hut what most of us

want Is a Job borne really need the
J & 2:
''x'W money. Why don't clubs do this,
.' : too? I I'm a retired salesman, butI
l r
... f4' bet I could Mill get out there rr JSTi w
and punch. Several women members
:, w. 'C'
14 would be swell in oCl'lcel'ork. bM't rI
';' ; 4 NORTON.
261-4892 If you have mechanical difficulty !
Dear Norton: The Golden Age
or a flat tire
on an expressway
Employment Service Is doing this
1104 S 8 STREET
move over to the the
In Atlanta, r.a. sparked by

We Service Everything We Sell! high shoulder dangerous speed of to moving the stay highway traffic in a lane, wait It of Is I Council whole Atlanta thing of Section Jewish grew, of out Women.the of the National rejsUar The- IF YOU I BUY 1 SELL, TRADE I I HIRE OR I I RENT

I ing for help. 3.j. Golden Age Club! Every

month n IM of older men mid I ,

(' .... ''' ", NewR-Lcnder Pirates Practice 1 1 .
} i Of, $ ..'".

Daily For Opening Allan versus Lannon, Bennett versus Spence, Roberts versus ; 11;

Game Sept. 18BY Forehand in Division Finals of Handicap Golf Tournament ,.

U RT GORDON M.ilelieiHill bo plivul thin wnk lii tin' lirM Inuikil. A. S All.in In I the sc-tond bracket, Dick Ben- 011
I In I lie I mil imiml nf' i.iih, nf I lie will 1\111'1 Ti,'m limn mil meets Steve SptnteIn r.
Orach Wayne Bcniur and his 111 HI' braikilk ul I lilt' iiimnl han .Ml.ni )gained I 11m Im.iN, In his the past weeks matches Den. '11
conehlntf Blair of Bub Stover, Gco. dleip (.oil luiuniy. 'hilng' KIMUIHKI' 'e'ilb hl'llI'l.l'llIh\ aI III 'o\er L tShiiti mil deli'all'd Thos, J. Shuve Jr.
rue Tyson and Red Bean broegiht \' the Htiiiiiidina He'mil (iulf An. f dint l.nnnnn Mured a111I and S"I'III'eIon over Ed HiMipir' 01
the KiTnundlna Beach High football sot'lilt Ion. I ei\ei I liiiilv: r olkId In tin third bracket Don I BianolItohirls
caiiduluin out curly last Monday will pliy Ken foichand InIlio I

mnrnlnit for two-a-day practice -. lln.iU,
ttulimi In preparation fur the nine Unix: 'Hi defeated II F UliiKluSI

game football schedule which the mo, Jr. and! Forehand had a bjcin
Plratri fate beginning with Cam. Hie MinifinalsIlie (4
din County High Hurricane on the winner Mian t an.mm .
Sports :: "fpl:1;: :
'/ local Held September 18, miiltli will the, winnerf ; 10
The sq'iml It email In ntimbtri .. the Jj'III1'II.SllCnc'e( mulch In
this year ai only a topi of 33 have the lournev' seml-flniili. Winner of
reported for the first week of work Hut mal'h111I meet the wlniiifnl
ouli and at the present time It appears the Huberts.Fortlumd mutch In
the Pirate traveling squad Slants tin,' loin my flnils,
could be only about 23 player. (111011 lliown tournoy chairman

Contact work Is out until about siild this week lint plnim nromplde .

the first of September so It Is nat. BY CURT GOUDON! (' for the A..llrllllllln'R
urallv eirly to determine the ability hi si 1 ball of foursome luurniv imM
; of some If: the players but the : < ,il I. I1)!) and that !I'llm.I itl tutmimimidd
Fniib.ill( is m the all hire no (' MI ..,ilion I wi bine fin loolbnllliiiini
staff thinks the squad will be tasl.cr ._ In nC'1I1ll'l'k'l Uiuc ofiho
--- -- ----- ---- -- --- -- ----- ---
('uieliam. Hcunor liuslltil, his .il ,':u' liirul p.irk. SuituoKHOIK S"8.I.rad'r.
bulI 111
than last years, team WINNERS IN THE 1lfi:1! : NE\\S-LEAIER JU IORGOU' Iuhltll! Deno's Do/ier.! l, iihion Sh.oe, Jr., HtiKh Stone, 1"'II.p''lI' ,inn, 1 at KM ntl oikMuiieliv line lioen 1 mule: and milurul- ..
not have the depth
HI Hublw ()u.ittlelmum. led (;Jedeon (;ininville l>urui: >' s. mmnlinj. lor IwuailivwnsluiiM l\ Hum. huo bioi HIknimli'dui'd,
for duly this '
Backs reporting TOURNEY are shown after receiving their trol'hleN kium Hie riiloK of the name enouuliIn
: nnill sihool on Mmi.ilav hiliI ,' ( inl MT iXUno for
Richard Schomas Bar. Price I'ooleIary:\ I'hinnev, Anne Shurle.v (onnie Kntznuneer -
wick were In'conic a fine oflithl He will
from Pro Ed Ma It son. tourney director. On :Monday August 31 Bilini-r Mali'(I the Nil 11111 11I11 nxl' 1 bilng u me'led
ry Rlec, Randy Price, PeeWee Janiee liner, Sullv John-mn and Mn.i: Herring. |'in>b.ihl>' do work this >oar for Ilii
time "Is if 'onllniiiimllu l bl'llll'I Uio! bruin. J. ( .
A possibility ( ( i I Miismi
Nobles, Buck Bibb, Beryl Rice over fifty local jounjrsUrH are expected to tee off in !MOM are cxpeded lo be defending Ihvir till M in thll4yenr's Junior \'anlly (Knmcs In iialnpi "
two M>SSIIIM| daihtn aflirmlioiil CiiniplHll' Infoi nidi us of Kinplu
Harry Mills, Benny Alvarez and search of similar trophic. and prize! Left to Hunt, Steve competition.LITTLEST o|'oils, but Dili icniiiln.i to inuliiliU' liliudiors! at Ilio uksmi. lime i I thin embark IntnMhrnrsllv
Tommy Clark. -- -- -- -" -- ---- \' Knmes mxt We! wQ l U
heMtn. lie heipm I the* RIIIK: h.i* \illi. :Nit' il An' si.ilion' whlih toiildbo .
him Hie b of luck
Ends reporting were Mike Pikula, Mike Rice. Mike Fliilfl Alnn Cov.er pruuieiKicI/ UU ullh> to <'iil the woik. nlit.innd! lit piohililyiy. lilllo < st -'
Jack Barnlak. John Hunch and' SI \'e Bevllle, Duane Rowland Bill McRae Hurls .... outs In JiiM OHO ('IK'h ((1 II;1lliglil 1\'. nisi il nn\ iiml Ilio miitlimslhiiili :
"' -r firmimlliiaIlimli
Klwonlii Club of
Billy Miller Joe Thrift has not rl!. and Joe Stores Stores, big six.two, n diiilil, In iiniididlUi !. .
\ niliitalned Hie Kiuniilt; Seniilor .
ported as yet 203.pound tackle. played his football 3-Hit Shut Out To .mils I.Illlo I.runic (HIM'bnl
Little Uniiiie Hist ball
1 tiqlfiMiindiv )
Linemen out for the first work GMA last and Is dm .
at jcar I loam 1 (onlinms In hold I ho mines( si,ill (HIM'lit In-nil" e! horn tinpn.Mli'i hiinibiiruttdliinir ,
nluht with
outs were Jerry Beard, Bill Young, lined to be outstanding for the Pirates 1 .... '," nf J liie'..I fun"" 1111Ihllll1ll.1111 Mioliisliul snliliill, plivoir I Inl, 'tinS ,- at TiiiiHri'K a The/ KIwimH-,

-- -- -- Waterloo Hawks | .,. t't.. 1\\"" I Illlo 101'1I'k In Wmsl'iii' ..1..11I ('iiinlv Siilllnill I'h.iniiniiiiHlllll dub >1'"I''I'c'd tlio Siniiliirs hr 1r
B-Tl'am playrrlI Ilk ing oiil .. f Salon liv hi.illnil Vtslnlllo unitMaoin 1",1111"11 I Hll' III"SK llllll lllkIIIIHI Iho till
dipliiidl' championship\ *
with the Mison Denn. mluineeil, I'M, ,.. :VHSSIIIIlist ;
varsity are R\' nnr C.ORDON; mil h i to IIIItI II \ nf tin' \\ist year In Ilio liHiil Little Ituijiiclliln :
Mark Bean, Doc Burses. John Hill, Mi'Hie hurkil three hit ball \ / lteKluli.il, loin'n"INK.'lit In bo plmd IIlh. (hll "11 1'1"1| viK the11.11111 ,
PJU| Allen, Wajnc tlflemnn Ko- us the Qulney' Gim turned killers In !Norfolk; mi 'I'Inn mil)' mid hndivof III1'1"1 'IISMIU veil" h.1\ IIiU Irniililr WiHil; .. Nid, TSHIIII' mill Ct
belt Johnson, Tommy Lohmiin lust nlRil:, and swamped the WaterIIHI IhlK weik If tluv t' in 'pull ('''"'1'11'111111111'' ./ I m hi'iluliIn (Mir /: sin'I Hi'Id'' will dipaitIIIIIN, ; | Tl
Phil Alday Leroy Duun, t rankle Hauks. ISO In the opener oftlulr I llnom.il In Ilio Id'uli'nils. It Hill !,,' 111111" ( eliiiniiiiin| liieiiusiul 111l'C'"IIIIIIII for ('alauhi' Cnlliuo nnd the, fouCT r
Littles and Tom NortheyBcnncr three-name serlen Mellae Ulllliinspiiit mill Ibe I.Illlo U' IMICVoilil (' rulnviailnr. llmui-iis) bull hl'ldI re all time will luHeikliitf
Is anxious for more \ <1 Seilit. I iliint know of unoiio \'- mill t'llOl. tlio I liuul Cll '
propcits was master all the way In pitching i cnpliiiiil' ( < ) o MlartinR birth on t IHCiilaubi
to report for practice as he the f hull.lit and the llavks did piilliiia liuulir limn we uie lorIlio title-. team All three boys wuif
I says there Is a lot of woik to be not get a man as far as second l>m'1 to 110 all the v>avSlIllO htliiil.irshlin| In football _

II I done In a short lime base, .."r .11 hll I I. Smith Is ninklim hi* (11.1 I A ir:
The 14 Gem hill off four Hawk foollllll M'HHOII ll IIPIIII ll.. but lulu Hie' liiilliull 1 ; iillli'I.I I IK! rank* I Goiritc, Tyson says tbdr fmilbaU-
pitchers Included I Mel Pattonsl I mime uio Killing/ mure and inmo i Jilml.::: wan u fniimr: Mir,, for', man ii)!('r, Mark Ji nklns Is the
home run and doubles by CUnMattlson i CIIII"1 i IK il almiil the teirlblc1 bleu-/ ("(inaiidini Hi nth lliKh uml thoiild'' iConllnuid on Pane! Nine) _
Pultun, Neil .
q Fred Light. _____ ______u_____ --- -- -
4 McClcllan and John Bland

The Gems scored 4 runs In the .......
first Inning and added eight runs 1
Deep Sea Fishing in the fourlh but that wasnt all

Mr Walks to Art Urctil and Paul Snlllxan '1iii '

ON THE"FLYING Moxleys sacrifice fly and J7
,I McRaes single added two more e
runs to the Gem total In the seventh

FISH"CHARTER a* and In the eighth the Hawks I de Cn DIB I ..
gave the Gems two runs on two
valks and three errors
CITY MARINA !McRae went the diMantc allowIng \'.
TACKLE, BAIT AND ICE the three singles while I \walking
FURNISHED three, and I sending five back to Hie, 1
261-4413: dugout via the strikeout, route,
PHONE 24* 4B8J:

}'HI lit, liroker Mild Manna: .Sttivryor ,jActtioyvitHf if cm FL Trade At, Home

GOLFERS in the 1961: NewH-leader Jun'or:

Golf Tourney were Johnny Dozier: left, and Tony Stuhits IDVlle

who competed in the 9 jears and under group.

FERNANDINA BEACH {}f 1 Mixed Doubles -Lt. Harry- Hewitt.


I'I'lEACHES' BY Week ANCIE of DREW tth Philippines

ToM ANGELES, I'hlllppines .- Flint .
Tram Standings W L I'lns Lieutenant Harry nlI'wlIl/ son
Directory Furnbhed By These Merchants and Business Men' The Roller 21 14 3IUI7W \ of Mr. and Mrs John W Jo>ee of now's the time
E. Barber 22 1 11 3IGII3] 233: Mdckinscy' Road runt (Onrda
Buccaneer Lams 22 17 3IVI4 has anlxcd for duty with a unit
VI I S E Suburban"Porcelainize" Southern Gas & Fuel 18 17 30(124( of the Air torce Comnmnkailins'
B E Beach Bar 17 22 31331 Service (AFCS) at Clark AB to take the road

T IDE S Propane Gas CO. Beckers Drug 16 24 3J3! Philippines right

High Team, J-Cames Lieutenant Hewitt, an administrative '
SERVING ALL The Rollers f'>2> officer previously mrveilut

LASTS 3 OR TIMES It JErrlES YOUR NEEDS INI.ONGiR Buccaneer Lanes 3 I'd' I IW I IIIIlIh. Tinker AFB. Okla HIH niw to modern GAS heat
THAN LP GAS AND E. Barber !4r> unit supports the AlCS nilsslon if,
Add 10 Hlnut" r.r GAS APPLIANCES Inil Games maintaining communlcalloiis 'fur
ORDINARY WAX JOB Johnnie Williamson r,RJ:l | control of global Air Forte oierallons ; FREE HEATING SURVEY WILL GIVE
7 South 7th St.CO
Phnne 261.:161\1: \ Grim r1'Muxlc !' The III iilcnnnt was commmslinii'dIn

Slimnn l 669 12 upon completion of Olllel'T!
BIGB LOW T. H. KIN GG. High, Team Game Training School at Lucklund AH, YOURS FREE WITH

S. Ith St. Pb. 281-3811 ThurHdar, Aug. 20 The Rollers 1122 Tex GAS HEAT SURVEY., .

PHOTO SHOP Buccaneer Lsncs Bb1 A graduate of Fcrnandlnn Bi'ui'h
: a.m. : am. Southern Gas & Kuil 801Illlfh High School, he attended the Inlversity CALL WRITE OR STOP 1 IN TODAY.
Ding F.shtn I 9? 6:37: p.m. 12:14: pm. R.n W.ddl... lad. Came of Florida. Florid! Stutc AND MEXICO IN HANDY CARRYING CAGE.

.'.......In.Vialt Velma Hodge 253-S48 University, and the University of
F ray, A ugullt 21 .or ltleompl.t. 247-615 7 South 7th Street
Us For rUm ; Betty Becton Oklahoma He has a B S degree
..,. Hodge 24ifi6 and li member of Chi _
6:43: a.m. 1 ::00 a.m..h. Appolnlln.D'Flabl. Cecil a Lambdi
Lln. 01 Phone 261-3661
luppllu High Scrralcb Bowlers Ladles Alpha fraternity.Hli .
... Tackl.: 1:16: p.m. 12:59: p.m. ,: : Vclma Hndgo 1 2-4115 wife Linda, Is the daughter Fernandina Beach Fla.

. Roell Retia Saturday, August 22 Betty Becton 178-402 of Mr and Mrs Larncy E Jones ,
Outdoor CalnplDCEqulp..t Ruth Williamson 1B3-423 of 1804 Beech St
7:24: am. 1:41: am. StudlOi At 604 Ash St. Scpple Green 131-383 ------ .. ....

7:55: p.m. 1:51: p.m. Phon. 261.4586 : Louie Rhodes 144-3821 I

FIR EST 0 N E Sunday, Aurust 23 : Men I '
201-5811'\ I
Rowland'. John
a.m. 2.20 a.m. Cecil! Ilodco 2IV57BJoliniiic \
111 All..tl A 2'1....... UPHOLSTERY
e y. 8::30 p.m. 2::21 p.m. i Williamson 217-550!
)))0 YOU NEE))
1, r 11 II "I vn d ay, A UgUN t 2' NEW CVVr.R'NO "RItP: 'R I Week of R-ll : if-
''j 11L1 I an Tntul.
rt NW :1I
" 2G8 : I
8:43 : am.
: a.m. Tram landings W L HIM
: E 1\1 E G E 1\1\ CY 9:06: p.m. 3:03: p.rn. NEW ar.::: CUVER' The Rollers 2fl IB MM; 1

,vgLl& Buccaneer Lanes 2} 17 3mlW :\
That Describes TueNdayUgUNt 2 E Barber 24 18 34111
LIFE INSURANCE 9:21: a.m. 3:35: am. .FIt Soul.iern Gas & Fuel 18 24 3U39K

Action! 9:43: p.m. 3:4: p.m. \\e Pick Up and Dei"erSe Becker Drug 18 24 313111: SERVICE YOU YOU NAME IT,
Beach Bar 18 24 33803
Wednellday! August 26 Porter Lovequist High Team 1-Gamei

You, Friend 10:03: a.m. 4:14: a.m. General Contractonh The Rollers 3472 Fiom filling 'er up to a Our expert, experienced
N tl Buccaneer Lanes 2t&1W DEPENDABLE SAFE SURE !
ee SI'ECIAITIES muihunin check
10:23: p.m. : p.m. E. B-irbcr 2428 complete tar check anil : jour
T h e GULF LIFE MAN! womlwOltKI W cur thoroughly, make
Thursday, AUgUNt 27 rUSTIC !1IRFAflSr. High Ind Games overhaul I, nee UM f't I n it eomc.i t to ( arnriJnif Pur jour K.tJo, let in
repairs right at modfiate
JAMES F. (J'1m.) a.m. 4:56: a.rn. C1.STmf:IUTCHES RULT ASIJ CARfStTSRYLANT UATU; eteinor Sirman Hint 710Maxle 7Lottie xervke fast and Iwhl, ( it pnyH. t <> (nit jour (.irN vvhttU. in toHt.We -

11 ::07 p.m. 5:16: p.m. REMODELJliG: I Rhode M t come to UK. I'nmi mumrrepalrH / perfect aliifiiiiit'iit.Rt'li.ihlc '

I'. O. Box M9 1'1... CoIIIWU Complet. Showroom I High, Team Game I IBeckers tOil complete .
Drive In
I SirvUe!
I'hnne 261-3813 <<:Mot 1Ie liane, For Color Coordination Drug M3Buccamer Stnp h.re over h au I. l

I Gulf Life Ins. Co. Phone 261.30G8l Lanes UUW "ith ea.e All Work (Cu.iriintccd: for fll4tj.J. !
E, Bdrber 8J.tlIIr.h. : \ !)fl The Job' Ui II ht, .
Ind Game ; .,... dnd Ito o.-oJ nnlce!

Eleanor Hint 23V-343 _d Automatic Transmission Repairs ;;;7

Cecil IIl.d"-( 21:!>-nO .
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FUN IN THE SUN Jennv Viniung 1914DOMJXC !

l .: AT FERNANDINA BEACH I High Sirman ladies"Scratch! :Howlers\1'1 182-473 I LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY

I : FISHING BOATING SWIMMING I Cecil Eleanor Hixluo Flint lib 2JI: Phone 261-3812 Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8th Street


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News-Londer<1 Fornandina ReaeI Florida Thursday, August 20, 19G4!) Page Nina i 1
Balloting For i I Local Jehovah'sWitnesses 'SEE FLORIDA .THIS SUMMER : _

To See I 5 Cecil In familiarization during and day auct
ASC Committee SPORTS SLANTS Sp Geiger I night exercise '

Film On ConventionJehovah's Phosphate Museum Is Bartow Attraction Field Exercise At Overseas since November, 1H62! ,

Witnesses from Ker.nnndina ,r IIn RT I.IWIWN i Hohenfels Germany he Is regularly stationed near FrU
Begins August 21The Beach will attend the color I edlKTg, Germany, as a section '

film showing "Proclaiming 'Ever. '&. sxttl I i Continued from Pane Seven. I Hohenlels, Germany ''AIITNO chief in Headquarters Company, 1
Urges! Jenk-
In r'loilcU.
election of the ASC Commit. lasting Good News' Around the manager' Army Specialist Five Cecil J. Gel- lot Battalion I of the 3d Armored :\
I ice! for Nassau Comity will be held World" In Slarkc, Florida, August Inn must be about six-lhreo and I It ncr, 21. son of Mrs flora K Wll. Division's I 32d Armor,
by mall balloting beginning Au. 22nd. t weighs, user know I the twn-hundi''d poundfigure. (Hams Route 1, Vulee, soil other The former Milliard High Sihoo, !
Itenner would love
gust' 21. All eligible farmers and I II Frank A. Lokcy, presiding min. ml'mhl'l' or the 3d Armored( lilvls. student entered the Army in Jan.
to Jenklim" In fool bull uniform
ranchers I In the county era being l lIter for the local congregation see a Ion p.irtlclpaled In a Ihiee-veck wiry 12! mid completed basic
mulled I a ballot with the stale of : stated that about 27 of the members i i oxen though. ho Is doing, a good Jobi field training' exercise at llulienlels.Germanv (ruining at Korl Gordon, Ga.

nominee: Ballots will be tabulated! 11'11attl'nd\ the threv-day Clr. i as m.iuuger.Brunei ending August 14. I --- -- ._-- -

publicly by the Incumbent commit.,I cult Assembly. These will Include': B teiun
wants more
tee on Sept. 4. at 2 In Mr. and Mrs. Ottls E, Jones Mr / pros.peels ,
p m. the to treed for the workoutii, tensive training In all IMH of tactical I one, can have the nrcessmics.Oscar" .
county ASC Office at llillhnl and Mrs Ira G. Lee Mr. and( Mrs, I | and Vt ildo
lie says a masher of bovs will notreport range firing 1I1'lIllonH| -- ;
Myrtle Mikkelsen, County Office Ralph A. Pease of FernandlnaBeach.
Manager bo<'aiiM> they .think they '
Aiiricullurul Stabilization .
haw to wiirkoiit' against the
and CuiiKcrvalion oil ice, has re. According to Mr. Lukey this W var. I
Hlly, but he would\ like In kill (that) a
leased the following date of num. film was based on the 13! Watchtower = I
Inc!'. for the ASC committee elec. Convention that traveled rumor At the 'present lime all arc

lion: 0. V. Cline Dewltt Conner, > around the world. Many of the local I IwltnlIel working out together! everyone MONEY
Julius Davis, I can learn (lie fundamentals, but .
Robert J. Elliott, A. were able to attend one
C. Griffin J. J. Guynn, Russell'' of the conventions, I when conflict work begins the I

Johnson, Felix M. Sikes, and Harry "We alwavs look forward to as. younger B team boys will be move PROBLEMS?
L. Vanzant. i i scmblles," staled Mr. Lokcy, "be. t ed aWAY rrol1the Varsity, You I \
young buys wishing In get on the(
farm result
Generally a owner tenant cause as a of what we learn,
B team should for the workouts
or sharecropper may vote In the ,. we are able to carry out the ministry : : I
1 mm su you can I learn the
committee election If he Is In a more elfcclhc manner
Plays lung( with (the entire group I
taking part or Is eligible to lake here at home."

part In one or more of the programs ; All local meetings will be cancelled 1----
administered by the com this week end. They will re. 1I I Unfamiliar
mittee. Questions on eligibility to I some Tuesday, August 25th.Inees I irt.w'ysa ea Many

vote and hold! office, or on the election procedure will be settled be currently active farmers t With Benefits

by peals the from Incumbent such decisions committee may Ap.be or county: ranchers committee who: are work qualified and::: who for I I CAN DO FOR YOU !
made piomplly to the Stale ASC I will be represent at Ivc of the various .. _,,, i Social SecurityThe
committee sections and types of agricul-/
I ,
-flnrde' Nm tmn Mwt
Qualifications of persona eligible ) lure In the county, Pro-hlstorle giants.:I throe dimensions en dliplay I at the' Phosphate Museum In lartow, I term "KOI'liil N'rUI'lty" means
to hold office as a commltlecman| Further Information: on committcemnn Florida. The banes of those crtituros Pl'.e; remains I cf numsrous sea animals art found In the lilfeunl Ililnus to different ,,,'nph'. J. Wt can eonsotldiU outstanding bills
Include elliiibility tootc In the qualifications I may be obtained -I Vast phosphate dtaoslts of eintral Florida.. Florida luppllos thrto-fourths of the nition's phew Whiitcxer It means lo the users of your
election and bring a local) resident'I fiom the ASCS County Of phate. This museum Is one of many reasons Governor Farris Bryant and the Florida Develop Ihl'I lei'in. the Soeiul! !Security Ad. I Into a single loan,
It Is also highly desirable that nom- five I ment Commission ere urging Floridians to vacation In their own stats this summrmar nilnlsliiillun wants everyone lo 2. Wt can provide cash for ill your needs:

II --- -- know whit II represents In family medical and dental expenses, home repairs,

I I nilllt.I litolcrllon providid\ through Its old- I Insurance and mortgage premiums, car InI -

1 I IMHK Is an ambitious program Hue, survivors, and dlsiiblllly In. tsllments, auto repairs, monthly household

1i fur It la iillrinptlng' lo survey the alll'lIl11'l' system.: F expenses and new purchase.
I Must purple" know that Nixlul se.
i jeW5 whole Hide and varied field ulFlorida' .
LOANS. ('III'lIyII""rOIll'e\ pavmenti gn lo 3. Wo can lend you the money for a long term
Agrleullural IIlId111I1I1'IIoI'e
I resources retired( workers and lo (heir families. or. short period,whichever you prefer.
future action that willbl',1
j from the Fewer of the benefits .
are aware
1 protect them all and safeguardour
for families of workers who
auric'iiltm'nl future.

TO BUY OR BUILD ,.J "Rec" Center I Will of oiii cilrus pawn fit In extensive the puzzle plantIng pic-. die.ability Still liiKiiriinee fewer\ have for henrd eligible of sev-dl.. \.YOU'LL LIKE OUR INTELLIGENT. MATTER.Of PACT

I eilv dIK'lbll'dlol'kl'I'a and their dc-
a Y fpl tare and show a profit or a loss I ,
",,,It'II:: I
BY : Is our cattle production going to be ,
J able to compete with the ever'I This Ihrep-way family protection
Whether You're Look SANDY DCSANDRO Changing picture and can we meet worked fur and paid for by employees hang up @ to $600

I competition( from off-ihore areas T their employers and the

ing ,At Blueprints .7 1fy' 'Indications are that we will I self-employed, yet there are many
j THURSDAY, AUGUST 20th I Instructor' 'J 1 double the amount of money going among tho.'ho work and pay so. N.A.FINANCE!
Adult 4 Teen Ceramics. In theAlt
,clap security taxes who du not
Into the pockets of Florida farmers realize -
Homes Sale Boy Scout Merit Badge Tests
For Our at
3' Room 'lit 7:15: p.m., Hunk Increase the full extent of the financial CORPORATION
as we our production
the Pool at 9.00
: aim Sides Instructor
Can Adult Ceramic In the Art Surfers Club Meeting In s the I and dump one and one half mil. I prolecllnn' they are providing AMOUNT /lYMINfI roe
Financing Help
themselves and their families,
lion dollars Into their this
pockets I
Room at 3:30: p.m", Hank Sides, Game Room at 7.30: p.m. The Social Security Admlnlsl'a- YOU G" 2. MONtHS 20 MONTHS II MONtHS II MONTHS
Instructor, year S 75,00 S 506 S 541 S 1.55
You Take Prompt Adult Ceramics In the" Art TUESDAY, AUGUST 23th. DARE sees a steady population lion urges you 1011'110 or visit -
Increase for the date with an Increase I your nearest social security office 160,00 1949 1079 1161 1611
Room at 7:15 Hank Sides
: pm., Painting For Leisure In the for benefit Information 3069 42 SO
Sound Action. Instructor; of 06 per cent between now I wheneveryou 425,00 2416 2',35
Art Kouin ut 7:15: p.m.Uarhershoppers and 1973 or an Increase of from or someone In your family re. 60000 34,39 39,34 4266 59,35
FRIDAY, ACGUST 21st. In thu Conference 4,900.0(10! ()( In I'M'! to 8,200,000 In 1973. i tires or becomes severely disabled.
Uoom nl 8.00: p.m. You should aim get In touch with Atlantic Avenue
It Is to know Hint 308
1 I
Sub-Teen Club In the Gumo Room t
Let's Discuss It Before WEDNESDAY.: AUUUST 2bth. DARE Is alert to changing your social security of I leu when.ever .
nt 7:15: p.m. londl'l "rnanstln* leech, Florida
; l: Huns In agriculture mid Is I a woiker In your liimlly dies.
You Build Refinance Lutheran I Congregational Meeting Ci-iumlcs ((12-11)) In tho Art Ing to ofler an Intelligent and con. Your nearest office Is at Hi" Julia T.l.phon 2613681
1 In the Conference Room at 7.30: RIHIIII lit 3,30 p.m., ,Hunk hides, sliuctlvc to proluct' ,llIr.Ida'l .Street! Jai'ksmivlll*,, Fiuridu
pm. Instructor. I' 011I11 Noun. Dill, '.1, W.dntldo 1 telurdoy 1.11
, future agreultural develop
Or BuyFernandina SATURDAY, AUGUST Kn
<"JH/ I Bourn at 7:15: p.m. ._-==- -- -
Teen Club in the Game Room
FederalSayings at 7:15: p.m.SUNDAY I

Boy Scout Merit Badge Tests at
AUGUST ttrd.
r the Pool at 9.00 a.m,

& Loan Assn. Lutheran Church Service In the Adult Ceramics In tho Art
I Conference Room at 11:00: a.m. Room at 3.30; pm., Hank Sides,
Adult Ceramics In the Art
202 Atlantic Avenue MONDAY, AUGUST llth. Room at 7:15: p.m,, Hunk 'Sides,
I Senior Citizens Club in the Con.
I Ceramics ((9-il! ) In the Ait Terence Room at 7,13: pm.Lutheran I
I Room lit 3:30: p,m,, !Hank Sides I '
Church Slicks In i the COM 'Ltt
-- Auditorium at 7:30: p.m. I Al.ERC4A\

MUNI'II'AL pool mints! :


Carrier Dally 2:15: to 4:45: p.m.

l Evenings 7:15: to 0:15/: p.m. [
except Sundays : : .
Family Night on Fridays (Children I :
t must be accompanied by I PRINTING I IIs

Air Conditioning and Heating adulti Adults Admission). : 15c' .Students, 33c I : ,.

I l-

r : Too Late

: To ClassifyBY .

Why Use A OnlyWall RUSSELL! KAY A Specialty With Us

DAME: promise's In piny an Im- .
poitant, / part III KlorldiTs future' It

Is. a revolutionary program set up ,
Heater about a year ago by the Unlver. '
$2079PER city of Florida <: .
DARE Are the Initials for the
Or Window Unit agency "()('velopllll( Agricultural Check
Resources Effectively" which Is your supply of Letterheads, Envoopes! Business

When You Can MONTHGo maintaining' a careful and comprehensive '

survey of this stolen' agricultural 4 Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you
resources as an action
First Class program, aimed at realizing our

,' NO full potential of mil cultural( dc.vrlopmrnl may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.
durlnu( the next decade.
t The program! Is under tile sum-r-,

vision of lr. K. T York. Jr., "Provost .
'----- PAYMENT
for Agriculture Hi tile University .
Hr. York says II was born of 1 t it we have printed for you before, a phone call will start
CentralDuct a belief that "the fut'irc bit me'u

DOWN to 'those who plaid for It". .
York minis( out Ih'it every facitnt our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

aurlciillurc Is changing very

rapidly" Wo have the alternative of all
fingertips printing produced in our plant.
of trying to rchignl/c mill< wie' .
Includes 2 Ton plan fur, and adjust 1 to this chance! ,

and In many cases lake advantage .
Air Conditioner of It. or lulling In do this we sub' I

fer the prospect! nf being( run over Our printers take pride in their work and you are assuredof
and perhaps trampled under the
System With 5 Outlets rush of such changes.

4yA!IF We must also retoKnUe the fmtthat a neat, clean and accurate job. .:

agriculture Is becoming more ,/Jj
and more competitive today than I

ever before. Florid( agriculture, '
prlnurliy thought of In terms of PHONE
citrus and vegetables/ goes far be. ,
yond those products, It Includes 261.3686 :
; .
forestry fifth products. Iced and

OBLIGATION fertilizer, seeds, pesticides sgrlcul. or ..' '
tural chemicals and the like. I

All these avenues must be taken 261-3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERMail
Into consideration in obtaining the

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GAS CO. : overall picture. Agricultural re.1 I Isourer. f. .;.'
of Florida are many and
Iarll'lanll/ it Is Imperative that we
survey .Die whole field and acquaint
ourselves with the potential of all'

nf these facets In our future r.lnn- [ ,

f taffe """"" Ne4pLeaiicr Fenianaina Beach, Florirja Thursday: August 20, 1964 -
Ten __ -.;_ --.0----: .........._..........................h..." .............1.....,. | "'|""U..

Board of Health inn-Dixie is Headquarters' for School Supplies JvjS" WVIrT Ji-f dmiH'u.ml"Xt .'!

'Fits t fwdtstrial''

taMi Hiztf tk

JACKSONVILLE: Fidlng traueR .
ri l lI
colnrful but frlghteiilni phraarii
as Hatter's (hake*, miner's as.
these mrd fllfentter paralysis I :a Er::
rill vu!;
Imt IH Florida there are other pr&b
hems) as chicken Hen, celery rht
metalworker's shakes and maclilnThla .

lghLhQ4Ia. .
li to mention only a (H .
li! 'hill
industrial vizards( which the Slnfi( /p STORTS if ii
: ,
Board of Health tries to control 01rllnilnatf ll }:
NOBODY Saves YOu More Than W INN: -DIXIE iiiutr4wnannirI..IuuufllflntualIsle9ii::, ;-!: : ( .. iliiiliiif:
of iSWlIlmre, Ito
lit RIlctftkllrlA'! 79 ,
to the Divisiontv Cocktail 3 GIQSSM WINM DIKII eroAU INO -COfYHiaMT: -Ise
and 'l'Ilntltlenllt JI..IIt4t dif'el'tH

: Last sear the tvrrMu mao> 11 t!' GRAOE "A"
.'tlfttt* to 7} MdnHlfflrtlem{ *.' forts Sausage : ? '. u. 59 QUICK FROZEN
.f these Involved atmospheric con r. ,
lamination" : H "physteat! contUUoiia, SALETBONE REG 49< ? FISH FILLETS tav FULLY
that wr 120 laboratory twit reMttnc *
from DM Investigations., Grouper : : u,..39.
calls for help .
the division answers *
from Industry, wwrtmvnlal! due. FRESH BOSTON BUTTS ty.' CUT-UP

firs, professions' and IAdllktty .. y-rr" Pork Roast {' 'Lb. 39'Sle"ak
Some recent problems and r>me. "

dies: dust In flfthMAiT' flberltllllib'lrl. SUNYLAND FRESH PORK ;.,. ,p d. 4'"
recofnmeAded, proper: veti *
illation and respirator use; nerfd-- 98 Sausage ;. : t LB. 39 ,x ,
Cchegtlf'anebera l lit. soft .
vending machine plant again, \ 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH I CA:BRAND BRICK N"
proper ventilation:.case of chicken SJRLOIN ." *
Itch. a akin rash, on Nandi/ ofworltri Sausage' : I i., Lb 59
In a pnultry punt .- \ n I

,dud change..potupatlonal!dust In ifah fumes health rjistofert, mills haurda,! vsfrorsgaseb ,' In.. Steak '. .88BONELESS Stk"Wl; 10 COOK S9k-QUIK: 89'PEPPER'

fungi, noise vlbratlo tnt SfEXTRA'stAM 'fWI1'H't"rtf.JOw'
varlftus kinds of radfatlon. VWrat. ROUND
lag tools can Induce nerVotnWfM' / "US' '49
and,fatlgus hi swwrf WMrkm. seal
.drllltrs and high,.* lr Were. .a** Steak aaWieners .

eratws and.aiarva can disorders.develop bone muscular. *I : STAMPS .d'i FRYERS

u.Pr. Williams I lnedthif hat- BONELESS ROUND i .
makers used to 4tvd60 a fOtf tap 1 / r
cause of Inhaling.the van af najr WITH COUPON flO 19 BELOW AND a

.curv..Jllt'd katii.flle-cuttcr'i In preparation paralysis of fur watt for i Roast 88; Hormel Boneless Reg. 391-

.kidney. disease cautrt ly InfraUM
..Una jteel and lead dust; nMtr' CANNED HAM i ,

asthma j a 1 Inhaling type of tinea-lid lung.rtI':|Mn MecainiMby 100.EXTRA'STAMPS WITHI COUPON No. I 18 : GROUND ;, ,r: i SAVE lOff

Celery rot II' iklir mtracted ..'. ill. 59 POUND
,. !! by lotus IUlte'ltlbh' .Sea Beef S ,LA BSI' 9S +' i :;;3 u, CAN u
pie fries JIIIIk rot of celery and bai ,i J
teen obaerved on farms M FlorkUand PKGr LB.
Michigan Machintot'a botla I h
1( 14HOUSt
A ski* Inflammation due to Mpok.tr '
." to contaminated oils nut ('" .compounds. twet tworitr'. I.
shake li an acute attack of ehllUM I
)t .principally lac. ._, ,. II
t Other InMMMaf" nacatKh Wi.l.** I ''
tLah..Jt ndler'l disease, a skin' rash 1 I 'Mlreele 1 e 's =
i .
i due to an organism; painter' colic I ehsp
l nrlead poisoning from teal' used I
In some paints; artillery mane 1 MAYONNAISE ., 1xarDrnaN, f i i i ij '
.ear..- ruptured eardrum doc to j rwxr : 1 1 1
sudden compression of sir; and I :
disease! Ursalgla.: j .:;1j = 1
policeman's ALL
j tea' j' ACTOR
paid hI the foot: MAXWELL HOUSE i

certain. The list persons of diseases In some peculiar occupations to. ': COFFEE i COFFEE Mayonnmw .;!i Miracle Whip;! DETERGENT = DETERGENT ASTOR OIL69

often Is colorful a long, one.the maladies The names themselves are-. Can | Save 18* 1-Lb.1 Can Save 104 .Jptxfrt j I | Giant Box ;j Save,210 Giant Box ;Save JO 24-or, Bat '

-ventilation hazards Dr. WlllUms are could; grim protective be said avoided many clothing by of proper and the a. !i 59/ 1 1 |149 i 1 ro4 < i58'25 i 1i *

devices, good sanitation; subntltu- i
tlon, Isolation or enclosure of po. Famous Low W.D Pries { Compare Quality and Price
J Compare Quality and Price J Famous Quality Low W D Price Comport the wash & the price { Quality
tentlally dangerous devices; better Good To The Last Drop! I Nsw Easy Open Can :

engineering; periodic physical ;extmlnatlons MORTON ALL VARIETIES FROZENMeat
; correct Job placement; SAVE 5-2/3 EA ASTOR FRUIT SAVE,20* CABOT. BRIQUETS t
Hob rplatlon( : and employment ol Cocktail. 3 Nc.2n? $1 'Charcoal S, 19 FRP H' FIIFSH'' .
-medical help to serve the employ Dinners 2 FOR 79
lhe.iob needs

Tomatoes 8 Cons 303< $1. Plates 8. a 100 Pkg.Ct. 6t LAMBRECHT-FROZEN SAVE lCd<< .


.. ,-\\ ;/ Punch a D 4Sf: 1. Pies . IS? 1.1 Plums a a, a 2 Lbs. 39' Cheese Cake EACH 69;

.. .
\; No.n Lb I MORTON, FROZEN ,,ALL,,FLAVORS ,}* r rt
Sausage 6 1. Iread" : .. 2toovet33.: ....., 5 3? t t" c : .' I.
t I. ,. .:. Cans an; .. .. Bad T ft''

A aerrI I..I7IV enn Pnttn.of Mniklnq SAVE 6f t EA LYKf'S SAVE 104. LITTLE DEBBIE APPLE FRESH MOUNTAIN GROWN POLE Cream Pies 2 FORCornee
a'wr ylnnda 1..1 M.d..1..d.rol Aaa.can aoeAY'".....nd tae 'i2..... -
39 39' Beans 2' 39'SAVE
: .SOME SWIMMING Con Delights Pkg ., Lbe. 'I


.\ The hackyaru swimming pool Catsup 2B:cTl9' Punch. 5 ca: l. 'Tomatoes 2 39EXTRA '
for family and friend has become a a Lbs.
\1 almost a way of lire for
a thousands of Florida families
All too often these pmate pools
arc operated without regard for EXTRE CTR % ..
the absence of two protections
long taken) for granted at public diet STAMPS I d7l GREEN STAMPS alai GREEN STAMPS 4
; :: !, R1.tt M IM l'V W w MOWN q
poolsconi'unl nptrvuluil I I by< Irill M /AMx q M IWI W.NY W M41.W q .
... ONI sa et Ire ale< soCRACKfN
framed life guard and) a con. Two ".oe. 1'0uR e.01 c. OOOO FAMILYCrditMS
:: Trie trmral water' check by mi public the:: condition Health l ex-of aJ( Oyfalere IAN aL01 :":"'2iDI.. Juice Txat T.O: 4/i.// 49'aooo
V THIIU Auturr sereATANrvnNxexe
parts .INO
I n..Jr: GOOD T.R" AuewT Itxo GOOD T.R" Awuer
If you have a pool of your t I 14 A XI:
own-or plan one-or if you nANY wxxNxN "
swim in a friend's pool, lint area
few very important tips to
a, Fence the pool or the whole GREEN STAMPS 4t GREEN STAMPS 4x GREEN STAMPS
( M w wWa q
area in which it is located nwouaN
; use w N IW orw w Mtwq q sal.N.v.w W.Iwx a
: a good lock on the irate. OHta.LI PK. .
a -Have/ a reaching pole handyat past WHITe sous.UINIAN ACR I. 00 Candy WO".H 0. geaND' 1., Seedless Grapes

will all do timei, ; a good cane pole Pere e I .3/'., 0 0.TNAa AYewT ..... .
r I .'.t,:: GoODT.R".D. Av;" OOOO THIIU AU U T alMOIf ,
t -Make sure all pool users" 1 1Ar II
"\know how to swim. The lied 1 12 Ili' as.!
: INV WIMNalale l ANY ores OnN:
CroM and other groups conduct
_cUi.f. for WIMIMBOtRAk
e non-swimrnen
a .-Get a testing kit and cheek EX"'RA. EX..R4.4'Ji. fl1
: the lines water. constantly for clean- GREEN STAMPS I .4'Jl. GREEN STAMPS [I x GREEN, STAMPS
aw W1w+a w NKwY q
w avl vwaw MN+wN q IwM rrI vuN w Mow q 2 LDSJ 39;
ti : ?. -Use a filter;check It weekly. ONI a,LI CAN .
,. to clenn out leaves and' debria..o.eAdd I a IY1110/1CANA' 011 AL MILAN HOHMKLCANNI*
.. I chlorine to the water Fruit Ben,3//... Bur "i omb 8" Hem *2"ooo
to control ; Slxo
i Water in plash pools' and :;:;; GOOD T.RU Awun taws aooe TNNU AwwT sleds TNKU Aututr I'
mall portable t with filter 1g Id A.
: :: no AT INr WINK Man Ar AMY wMNNan .
;/ i should.1 he chinned daily (sir'IWnnlfilmi""!!; !!; !iiia i ;! ;!! ; !!;
-I'verv pool owner and teen. 11! :Emmmiiilm
f ag family members slmuMconsider i
a taking a -Red Crois '
, ",. life saving !

. cc i: lief':At should Inca!know one family how to memo give The Place To (10. For flood To gal II
ft'. aid artificial. -kit Slay should away rf'pintion:be from kept the handy A pool first Smart Things : .

r'e .' dnrinf.. thunderstorm. ;
kt "j-Don'l: install a diving board .i:;:
I ./ uLea H la properly placed and IN suia mh: : : r0a.NYiasuu, ilillimi1
f' tta_.w.ter beneath' I e d-

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PET MONKEY 2 months old. $17 GOOD HOME for part wired hair F1..ORTDAWILDUFE SCRAPBOOK control them" says Henry p D. nd surf bum at various times olhe t

z1a4D RATES Plywood boat and trailer. $100)( terrier Excellent dog with chlldrcn 'ito Sporting Dais Editor of Sport.: year The two most popular

std aI.1mD Phone 261-4456\ or ace at 731 So. Phone 2614210. ito Aflrld NVflgmUx-' trtlttctol balls of the surf '"IIn"pr!
.If p" :1' "
Qvl ftf "......*. RluUelli till A27p -- si5OM ALSO CAUEP First Is the matter of ssnltatlni ire i metal squid and a blur, muletoolvped .

uf milw Notleee! nr\ JACK SNIPS -. The dugs kennel end lis rxerclK or lilte! surface pop.
5 ROOM HOUSE furnished Including HELP '
.. While\ such ItifMf
.. area mUM be kept clean at at! dog plug afexceecnnjly
M er4CW IUI .iime. A MIGRATOR/ -
per washer. Or unfurnished Come should
time This entails removal of tnt popular you
I ZCI'SftM. or 24146s7pleti by ana see Good deal to reliable E GIRD FOUNP UJ! In mind that stripers are f*.
(63 WEEKLY AND MORE for 14jP -' dropping dally or, If neod br -.)
lilt ad at office( party BUI Parker 409 So 6th. reliable man or woman to service 5 ,FLORIDA FROMCJEPTEM"E more than once a day Dropping reawly fickle and unpredictable

111 AM Wwt! St tOe Watklns customers In Fernan. t; 6 uilrarl files and other Insects |_|h*. w to what they will strike Local

SACRIFICE: 16 FT. FIBERGLASS dlna Beach Full or part time. LtNSTM "TO curry disease, causing anooyand MMUtloM end whether you are

outboard boat, complete with 40 'No Investment Write C. R Ruble, MAt fI' _ and dlsoomfort to the dog and t the I' chug dIt night, or during the day
FOR hj>. Johnson Motor Seminole Dept. I.3, P. 0 Box 2447 Memphis INHABiTS entire household The groves all for variations In lure and In

Trailer and accessories Smart Tennessee A20p WEIGHT 5 and sleeping ares should b* spray *aUs< technique.

3 BEDROOM MASONRY HOUSE! rig only 3 years old. best offer. f oze. WFT MOGGS' "d regularly with a good Insecf

In Yulee. Two loti. wnll.to-wall See anytime at 862Vi No Flctch- THE NASSAU COUNTY BOARD I MEA'otpRAiRiIS clde and dUlofccUuit and tki No 1r.esb.w.; fish tights hir|.

carpeting CaU 225-8394 after er Directly behind 836 No. I of PublIc Instruction will receive \ AN SHORT" ground should occasionally ilioit'd. jt for Us size than docs the btrtt.
I .r I '
5.00 pm AMc Fletcher. tic applications for position of pay. GRASS MARSHES Fresh water should\ bt 'ill; nd certainly few fish ate

GRiP roll clerk and secretary Application \ COMMON INRULE5FO'$1UM1'M1G supplied at all time and auf$ ts peer oa the table J JVhet

25c QUART you pick BABY CRIB. LIKE NEW. $2000 forms may be obtained In NORTHERN 2/5 SOC dent shade provided If the d.' \ summer comes ud"to\

Week-cadi only W. J. Lohman 4201 So. Fletcher Ave. A20p the office of the Superintendent STATE e UFSS Is kept un a concrete slab, uf vater warms big hluegllls ntatt t
Amelia City 261-5669 tIc Beach. and shouldbe $ heavily Juicy live'" eric .
ima In Fernsndlna COMMONSOUTH area should be washed down regul'irlv eedlrif
JEEP. MOTOR OVER. UAULF.D. 4 DOOR FALCON. R&H returned no later than 5 p,m SNIPE ARE RE6UUTEP'BY ullh a good Insecticide. 1. .erf the "test' intural/ bait

$400.M. SW-5430. A20c AUTOMATIC transmission. Good Monday August 24. Itc FIPERAUSTATB A/IIt/ Fleas are the ancient and IP loth spritE and summer, but
Condition 1959 FORD V8 R&H! I INTO "
; r
I.AWS. commonly accepted parasite) o' IQ| weather other balls a .WiKcemfrtal
WESTINGHOUSE APARTMENT Automatic Transmission 1 owner MAN BETWEEN AGES OF 25 50 CONSUT YOU*'NfcTAreST ;... THE the dog. Yet there are others sutr killers Insects Uiitwe t

SIZE refrigerator Excellent con. car See Mr. DuBose at Firestone I high school education for established GAMe COMMISSION OFPICK KEYS II lice, ticks harvest mites alt falling Into the water and c$i

dillon Call Robert Tarplcy 261. between. 8:30: and 5:30: or call Insurance debit Salary FOR COMPtCTE tf\IHTIH" _ rrnnRc mites that are equalldlncrmfortlng >' which iWucgtlli* \ WB be at't'n "fWeg .
201 :3302. tic
3612 ext. 62 before 5:00: p in, or I Commission, Company benefits INFORMATION 41OFFICB0 and sometimej dan are always top summer ball .

2614109 after 5:00: A'J:1eTViiiiLOOM Call Jacksonville EU404"S collector MTALLAHA4SIV Rerous Modern mcdlcnl science 4p. we live catalpa worms turned

HO FOR RENT write, P. 0. Box 89, Jack. has nude It pomlble however >r nslde eut Earthworm native1! tote

Y console. I sonvlUe Fla Itp control* them though prrseveranci buk of the stream or like

excellent condition Call 261.3600. 2 BEDROOM COMPLETELY fur. _. PANAMA CITY Is enienllal. One of the most effective hat one Is tlshlng are onflally( \

nc nlshed oceanfront apartment. 46'' LOST OCAtAi drugs In the control pi Hood Sometimes when none of

CltlZCNS BAND RADIO complete So. Fletcher Ave. Phone 261-5211> LAK? ciTrVLAKELAND if fleas lice and ticks Is benzfmhexachlorlde the above balls are available;' red'

base station and mobile tic hound. 1AM, As a dust as a rlnsr WlKgleri will take lunker summer.
I MALE. HALF "" ""
Johnson, Messenger.! 4 sets cry. long hair Vicinity King WU1' PALM '81A f I or even as an Ingredient of sham bluegtlls too.
SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE : shaggy 0Fi.lPA It kills all\ kinds of Insects The efteetlveness of artificialssgilnst
etals. Excellent condition 2fl. Shu.
I Reward CaU Buddy
3600 A20p electric kitchen. Lone Oaks 161. Ferry. A20p GAMfNP, FREti WATER FISH COMMISSION with no poisonous effects on dog klng.slie bluegllli also
J6M547 *'
man J- during the WkrmlumfhrT
5086 tfc, 5.I yet determined. hits Its peek.
CASH BARGAIN. DODGE PICK. --+--.- months For summerflajilng

2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED: a. which bait lure' II beat f favorites among the- 'artl-
UP good runilng condition Less FoundONE Just or

than 40 000 miles $80.00. Box MSFenMndJns partmeot oceanfront year round. PUBLIC NOTICI; AfieldBY for i striped bass Is UHlcuk, to : rtclale art area>> poppnnu 'bugs

Beach AJOp Call ..4174. lIe ZN Tfl Csacurr COBB', POIntSJUDiCIAL Sports say Some days the flab favor an (for .urlaOl.fe dlD' periods)" ndUtif
SUNKEN BOAT found IB C0RIJ0T OP PLsila, spMefl With
eel rig other times they may slow.rlnklng \
roRD-m-: 4-wheel drive, fair TWO pinked BEDROOM apartment UPSTAIRS on beach. year fur. Amelia River 25 ft. Anyone In. IN IN AND CHANCERY FOR: NAk CASK w NO COUNTY JIM. ( TED RESTiNG strike ;any kind of bait or sure dark bodies And long while !legs

condition rum good Best otter Urested contact D. A. Cook Per- CFBTAINTBBD PROMtCM CdR- feeding): '
No. Fletcher that Is presented,\, 4Mn\ \'Ile <1(0, fcelovr-euntace
rental. 337 '
261.5462 evenings. A13c round Phone 261-3595 tic nandlna Beach. 261.4282. 4t SlOt I ORATION let to INSTITUTE'h aeroauer ron BISBM.TIAL w aner.. : GBBUnertlme is I period of eon. ttrnal and external Is nem-end. eelskkR tic. Jo. ..el ..baII..udIv' "Cstchllig big MtteglNs''during

LARGE LOTS AT FIVE POINTS. HOUI1NU INC'.Jj:""' a.sue. .tlderable discomfort for many tog, and one must b* diligent and eel.aid.squid combination Are all mpsl. of the summer ..months' Isusually

Easy terms Inquire at Five i-: BEDROOM ranch style CLASSIFIED ... 0 lots those owner are. not well alert If his efforts are to succeed gnoI." asserts Robert D. KaSaltWater Just a matter of. "being

unfurnished house on river. Ph. BINO L. KBflLKR and ANNIE M Informed concerning IU hazards. "0* Is not a difficult matter to Fishing Editor of Sports ale to locate Jhe beds." points

Point Phone 261-5205 Grocery and Hardware.tIe 261.4656. We DISPLAY KCWLEB: Ill. wife. .Dsianduta.- I i or. are. Just plain carelcm It Is the keep one's dogs free, or compara. AfkH Maiaalne Aa eqUklt! pWl- ot Cl PIov. Jarbour in tne! cur.

"" *, I NOTICI OP surr tlrne when dogs are more 'UI' lively free of these pests If the ed over e tie llt1Aill is "n.juXecUxc, ,cent Issue of Sports Afield Ms ..

NO" MONEY DOWN I bedroom BRAND NEW APARTMENT. com 1110110011000000000 I tHE STATE OP PLOBIBA Ml eeptile! through more conilantxpdsure owner will only exercise constant combination Slightly bending the line. la most waters score or

homes comolete for living Tile ptetely famished large living BING L. t B..L.B ad to the ravages of Inter. observation and I little effort to nose of tbe squid vp er down ohM' ftvftt'AuiMbvds ef big adoir biueVis .
School teachers preferred. We proud to announce that ANNIE M Ul '
area ar the Jure C tieotlc swlms4nfaction tongregale IB one smalC sirs
and give
bath oak floors etc Write for WASHINGTON D. Ce :. nil and external paraaUes
free folder. Quality Homes, P.O. J78J South Fletcher> Ave. 261. all our dnparfenents are open and ,e MRS HAUL MATBIIBOUTB flying Insects that bite or sting i PUBLIC NOTtC end 4he wotftMel thefxpsla. 4* *e*_ eeawnlng.. Tile IpduMplousuld

4767. A13. 20pNEW ready to serve you. I, IMX ISO, 111'1 keep It movln a con.slilereble to work digging'bedsetout '
Box 68 Ocean way. Jacksonville HILLIABD, FLOBIDA. Medicinal laboratorIes and TIlE TIRCtlT' COlBY J"URTII' will usually bulls go
18, Florida. Call collect 7644070. UNFURMSHFD 2 bedroom Come on In and meet You and each of you are hereby* of Insecticide and DltlAL' CIRCUIT' ; Of |r.OHIIIA dlntance betow the 'ur a Funderbnrk Service notified that a. lull baa been Iliad a. manutacturers I IN AMU FOB NASHAU tolIflitTv. face of the water Fels': anti various \ foot apart ind In water flints
J30 A61320C round. 1383 So. Htyward
Year entitled have developed
apartment. .In.1OOU In the above claM sanitary preparations IN IHANtERY: : ratE NO IMSAlir '
Fletcher Ave. Phone 2613827 Manager and that you are. .hereby required te I that a boon IN. RE, pel rIgs tire used wtth. great enty. sheik 4 tent tl acp. This Intcnslve .
SWAP FALCON FOR boat, motor *. ".- tic ';Jr"Parts Man.er.Joe ; IMe your anawer with the Clerk of prove >PTKN OPl est suet'ens In fishing .at night, operation usually' takes place
Carl Pentlcaff. to the dn'n comfort If the owner
the Circuit Court and to serve a eon Joy JFRNKIAN and IIFflRIIB AL. .
and trailer or tell !M5 So. Flefh SalesmanRed thereof upon the Plaintiff or Plaintiff wll apply them faithfully, TOM JERNIiiAN. JR minor rhll when eels usually come out <40|. ,. 4k B "ngy or *ravd! bottomi-' After
Jeyaer on.y
er Ave. Phone 261-5878. tOe FOR RENT. CLEAN well-equipped 'a Attorney, whoai name and ad dran by JKM N. II'MUUE.NOTICK( feud has flrrisHi'd' her

furnished apartment Suitable for howell Salesman dram "lai I according to directions But the There. Is i wide variation\ ta the i'a: of egg laying I ,.-. .she1Ukes
couple only.On beach. year round Harper Pontiac Buick Attorney for Plaintiff I FLORIDA: styles of plug. used for surf IMU M for food leaving the'eld
Vi mile north of CaUahan rate Garage 255 So. Fletcher. (25 South Sth St. V..o :' fourth: Street NOTICED TO: Oeiirgo Alton. Jernlg; Ing Whereas. some maruiracturari' bull to guard the eggs He" deeejIV
section On U.S. 1 or :101 Phone Beach. Florida. PUBLIC Iwo Remont Rnad .
A 13 20c 2t A6. 13 Frraandlna Brach not later than Ihe nato day of Au. I Charlotte. North Cnrollna have reversed their 4unx to swm ,W *vejl for several days n4wndhnf -,
261-5651 J30. .
261.4167 .unt. HIM If YOU fall te do ao Decree worir* OK M'rTiNo n" You are hereby notified lOot, a "poll backward, tmhatlng 41ie usual *o. Ms almost unbelievable
2 BEDROOM COTTAGE furnished fro Confeiio will he entered a. TAX: EOUAI I7ATION UO4RD tbs for arii In the
: ;pllon I.lherUlfd: : ton| of a live sqitld) others have. remaining ..n"rgyII\ chasing off
3 BEDROOM FRAME HOUSE, Year round, 1111 *">> 1 U III t II Ii 0 gamut you for the relief demandedaald NOTICE IS HEREBY I IVFN, thnt nhuve itvled II SchuUfir
145000 equity, nay off balance. 2105 So. Fletcher. H" In Complaint. The. nature if said tile Cnunty ",...* tr of Tines will the adoption of J iv Jsrni1n.; a pIt motel 'Ups on the heads IIIrtheir any !fish big or small ltrat"vear
Call 261-3228 After August 1, salt "being for Forerltiaure on the following meet with the lined 1 nf Ciuniy C'mmlialonen mlr >r white femiile child. and ileurgeAlton ndu
> and /
,. : : : I ; plugs so I that they w.IU litres near his bed In'ntl
See on South 16th St. at call 2fll47,89 deacrlbed pn perty altuate In aa e Buird of Fnuillta Jernlgun: Jr. a minor while
A13p Call 283 4431. Way cross. the Coumy of Naaaau and State ot tina on Tuaadav Sept Sib led'' 01 male .child and ynearleom. deep Still other luros we di ltned for almost all food Ihat drift ot,
4t J30. A6.13,20C FORSALE Florida, to.wit: 10 00 clock A.M. at the County ; "mandiKl to .be and appear In auld lo float with a poppied action rtoall by All this should help -you

210 ATLANTIC AVENUE Lot size FURNISHED APARTMENT by TVLEEI.Bedroom alon South"D Eight.! of II Lot) Sect hand of the lubdM North Courth oons.tP'arnan. for the purpoia li-a of ...vl..ln..nd liemhFlorida .. Court hould to not ahow.be cauie granled why and aald you petition are when they are retrieved 'ha\ fre'l locate' a blueglll bed and. then

37'4' x 100. Liberal terms. week or month Reasonable lortytwa ((41)) feet of Bubdlvl equalizing and henrlin com commanded to aerve a npy of your ferred weights la plils tire catch ,those old bulls! ". '.
HIGHLANDS six rest- alan "C" of Lot I, all In Block plajnta and receiving teetltnony ai to written list sn-asian Ii objerlh on '
ATLANTIC housel.nege two and I'k aid with fhe
rates. Call 2614320. tic Masonry Two Hundred fourteen .iai4)). aa the value: of any property real 1 orpereonal the Attorney f"r Petlllnner. Thin. J. ounces /t
dential lots, each lot 134 x 138H. tot. cPrtve shown on the official plat of the aa fixed by the County; Ai Shave, Jr, Jeffreya Building, Fernandlna steady Increase In the pppulaMty
Some terms BEACH RENTALS for further Information City of raraandlna, aa Mhugraphed senior 01 Tanna. far the ysar 904Dated Beach Florida and file the ui-i.: of sptnniiK the I'/i-outM' *.Jfire ap.
Hardwood Ibis Utlt day 01 August AD", thereof In the office of the
Patio. Rail I
Carport. and laaued I by UFtvrl4i
By owner Mlzell, 200 Law Exchange : Call W. I. Mc, nnle road Company In 1851'.nd.nl .,. 1 014. funk\ of the Circuit Ciurt uf Nassau pears to. be the tavorjle.
Bldg.. Ml-4642 tfc floors, central teat fenced I ad.. r.vid and. raliiuad InMT *3. O. OXLEY Ciuniy; Iorlda. at Ferr ndlna Meauh The practical method of select.
tha Horlda TawnImprovement Clerk Ia a'ard ef C"unly riirlifa. 'on or bcfire, the lint day ;otKepteniUer ;;
and 1001 by
Jacksonville Fin back yard I the welulit and color ol
Telephone Company, ('amrnluai"n.rn, RoMeoCounty IIM4 othirwlae log style.
3552623 FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, WITNESS my hand and official sail.1nul& : Ii'ridu.St i may he entered;; agulimt; you .. a lyre\ dvpvndl; i;?ojitnt tkht

Atlantic Ave. across from Key. 261.5171isbn of Court in (he rily' of Pron. --- 8.10( 01..1.3 :I pout ndnpllon, dO.1 your rod will cast, the color of The
NICE. LARGE IOT3 for act\*. stone Hotel. 261-4689 tic : Naunu County, Horlda, WITNESS my hand ai Clerk
live ball the flub be ,(
Ferrehra A fie* Circuit NIIUIIU FlorIda tony 4oe4ng|
T. .* County
of July. A O 1964
thin nth dny NOTICE UI':1:
Good On. quarter wile. "" FUBLIC : : I
teimR I VACATION APTI. (SEAL) /aP 0 OXLEY and I of a'ilri Court at Farminrtlna upon and whetbur wulltkMS arrant .
South of Five Points on Amelia of the Circuit Court of"fOIU.fl1 NOTICE 0. t'O'llIlt'.SIONFJt"' COLE I Nuunu f'nunly' I t-'tr.
., 4ft OCEANFRONT APTS. completely j Clerk IY. florid $ .Vfl, itI:,i, on. the 'r'h':: duy uf August. A: O: I the use of a surfuie or a deep.
Rd. Call 2C1-U21 .
turcished.Day., week, or month : IN "RllIlmW: con J.?. p'ot'ftftaJEIlKIAL IWHliUuU. swlmmjng lure. .
Atturnav f.r PUInilff I t'I.'tII. 'N ANI,. ) .lIa ( !: .) /5/ D O OXLEY wUleed
SEE THE NEW SANDY KOUFAXno 884 8. Fletcher Ave. 260-5878.1k' VW I I North fourth Street ........... .dsaaJNTW' .WLORID". Clerk Circuit Court; Slrlptid' ban poel
tAr.6, < Naaaau County Florida, wide selection of food such as
e-00&tt.\jS.prop." no'elft1Mr4-gears! pure. W J .&-f /')'WMSTAIB8e$4meat r<,wat" ""- -' .. )' r 41 ,. _i I-SO, 01. Hi, 10 surf clams, bloodworms' (quid

Runs In 2 Inches of water, 6 hours for rent Desirable location tfcMISCELLANEOUS : WLS 'rr(COOPER.'u. ; ". iPUtUONOTICEIN _nUckertl; ecls.i! rllb... ] t.adji.l CAfli
261.4127 5p5jBLICN.IC I"
per gallon Only SI\19.85. Dealerinquiries _
invited Phone K1-S083 1 I AtCooper's coTteR or ELECTIONBe 11-....). FOUBtM JUDICIAL IN
or Write Box 236 FemandlnaBench. It k1Inea,1; I, TOM ADAMS.llscratary Dafandanti AND FOB" A8IRt.IJN"( !
Fla. Florida do hereby give notlc that .Ii hereb givso that the en'derelgs.d NO tS SIN ri7 I Iriuet
: and Beech Sts. OENkRAL ELtVTION: will '"Jiald: oomrnlaalon.ru' bnrsio Bit:
$200.00 down $57 month buys .m*. I VOX NOT BE RESPONSIBLEfor In Naaaau Canny, Florida on Tuaa- end by v.J:' of the court order AlOPTIOn-4 OP
three bedroom home debts incurred: by anyone PHONE 2613003Fernandina day mel luccerdUs the first Mejiday' entered" m the above cauae directing JOHN' NATHAN' nAWKnNa .
aonary. (signed) Ama. In November A. D I9M. the said sal.. of the property herelnafte d.. .minor by tllFnTfK W. AlBKHTA ..
other than myself Beach'sVolkswagen Tueaday being 1 the Ir of 'November scribed offer for aale and aellat AND IIOKA LEK ALIlKBTA : .
John T. Trrrrtn' & Se Urn (Molly) Bunch A13 20, fc27p to fill. Ike r..rn1. oKkei: i llo"'au. to the hliihent j I and hi. wire.900T '
United Btatei IMnatorRapra beef bidder for vetO at the front d x>r ICE ffI I
Broker CARPENTERING ROOF REPAIR i CornerOr I >ent.tive In Con .... for the I "SO" the Naaaau County Court II"..... intenianduia TO: Nilhan; l>afwe '
108 Atlantic A**. Phnn MI4IT1 Reasonable rates Cyril Flhth Consraiilonal. :OUtrlct Beach,rfaauv.. County Addrs.st'anuwsHurrlrl '
painting Three <3l JustIne nf the Suetama f iorlda. on Mamdey. k | -, 14: and I'
ri EXALUM CUSTOM MADEVenetian i Byron 261.4746 AVe 'i Court, uroupa.I.J and I 114 between M'00 A""M and I topat UaWMMAddreai
PHONE 354-9093 I One (Il II the Dlalrlct. Court the following deetrlbed propery Unknown
bIMs) mttfurtt! Mid IF YOU NEED A GOOD baby ;t. ot Appeal tor *. VIral, Appellate sItuate In Maaaau Cuunty Murlila You are hereby aniified thai the
of eolor MOTORS Diatrie't *..."" 11: above named, Pelllltwern. CHESTER: '
Instanl'd. Wide nngr' tar call Alice Faye Derry 261. BRUNDAGE Panel .... li That ot the C.
I One I I I Circuit Jude. Fourth JodiclalCirCuit. part W ALIIERTA and DOHA LEI:
PORTER lOVEOUIST Ceenr 12 O. tfc 1250 East Eighth St. Griffith "Irani In Section S3, Towrt BFR1A hla wife, if the Idly of AI"I
Center Phone 261-8068. tIc __ iiovemorSecretary ship S North, Range SI Fait rtL.s lee. Horlda' have hind a (million I
WEIGHT SAFELY with Dex. Jacksonville, Florida of State J the Tallahaaaee; Merldrn, the al>">ve'alyled court for the
iwo LOSE amptroier'nvmi.nion.r lollawa: Beginning I at a cy lion uf the minor child I mimed thereinand I:
BEDROOM house on Ray A.DIet Tablets Only 98c at your of AfrlcultureTraaaurar tree marked .O. aa deacrlb. you are required In show eauu
on Rd Large tot Terms arraafed store S3c : _.d In the ilovernment field' notes. why: the semi ehnuld: nut be ranted I
tie drug Attorney fleneralBupenntendanl aa the Mortheaat corner of mid by 5 roingaeo p yuiyourwr ills defeniee I
Ph 261 5421. I PUBLIC NOTICENOTirR of Publle InatnKtkm) JTrant, thence North 10 d...... If any up..n MERCURY N
'" NOTICE. WASHING MACHINE Florida Publlo Utllltlea. CommHalcnerMale *..1 along. the Northerly line of )cAvotJlczlIa., 94 Soulh 4lh HtreetFarnandlna 1
FOUR LARGE ;shady lots at Five and refrigerator repairs Call I TO STATUTES carotroasrs.oRloA Attorney ol the Fourth Judicial ,aM. Strait I.UT feel to Ughtwood Beach hl'rldi/ AllorneyIT :
eel In mid line thence South Petltl. CHKSTrrt W ALBERTA matrong it I
Points If desire we will CIrcuIt poet >rre
you 225. OF TNt cot'T4TIavD6 I
after 7:30: to 7:30: s m IN THE COIBT
p.m. Public Defender Fourth Judicial C' M dagraae Wait. I,SM feet to IKIrt end OOIIA L..at ALIfRTA:
build for you at HUlUrtf :. NASSAU COUNTY, fLOB- f wood thence South W the of Horldaand .
UB4 Call during day cult Boat: degreea bin wife of City Yalee I
IDA If fROOATB .Member of the Nasal of Re*. Beat I,KM feet to Ughtwood h. orlsinal thereof with LINOLIUMKTCHN
taj .. el"Irtle
Brhre $463855 :I set DeeeawdT ,...nl.U.... 4) nil In the Eaat line of saId. claim) ; the Clerk. ot said Cart: otharwlte a I
W4 Mailer Mae 8 Persona ....... County Judgsrj5 B thence North 10 ......... ICaetI lie tree may be entered ugjlnal you ,
$:'JOO for 11500 equity. Take up Pay LET' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS :i Claim* AH COedS I, Demanda 01555 AI..... SaM. of the Circuit CourtShe.lfl .Ml teet to cypreaa tree aad plaoeof grunt in* such adoWIKiWITNEHS bend. I $ fLOoU
J and the aailol /
meats 3 bedrooms 2 baths help with your drink I., BiUlet Tax AweaaorCnuW >aKel fcecmnlnfe Me dl: The South one.half mid my (emunillna, liea' <'h I '. '
< In* problem. Write Box 838 notified You. and and each required of you to present are hereby anyclalma -Se Lot I or the Sautheart Quarter Florida. CJ141'i::: : lair '<,f Au uil, I KM: n;'., N. 00565OI66Nlpa Aws
: Superintendent, ol Publle I 1127 NI. Fletcher Ave. Jax. El 0-7700 C 00e AO
Phone demanda which von or
$350000 Completely furnished City or cRUet of you. tnay have egalnat the atructlonKupervlior -of I fan II. Township lUinh.. Range D 9 OXUIY-Clerk: 01 Clr ,I 444 ,a 'T SITOL late lxfM PSINALS N w..
Reglatratlon LasS ellll Court
.r> .*vtM ,LOOK SANDING pad. rWlnisfc aetaut ef Blrtie. Mae Caaaady deeeaaMl Connty Three 131 Membera. of the Board S SS S, Section II ,. ..::10. rr ,.ij. Mr r,iu1. ; nso v cti.i. lo g vo avot ; s: .
to :
J .JtI
late County .1 ,
TOW Die Paul E. Hanson fOl. : ; F.u..I : : County Commtarlonara. Dlalrlcta. 1.3 > -hl-i Pangs 11 Feat: c_, MM
ftf Naaaau '" '
Dc. 14th. L Judge mdl. r The above deetrtbed property 1 to* .4-4: snsuassu, t&siONdMN1Isa ,hs.
nice Phone 261-4flO. tf. it hla office In the court htuie. of Members. ofh.. Hoard. t lit aU W tenenieMa: PUBLIC NOTICE QJ5 ,
2 bedrooms 2 baths, extra laid County at 'rnudtnaVinetda. Beach, Two Ol( gettur was the 40 p sin*z wee ma caa
: 'Ie Ivatmetlon. Districts S nd 4Tkree .1 uA'OvwnM .4 NOTICE IWDER HCTITIOIS
.. calendar "" > a apawteaaucoaIhereuMo NAIL6656MiSMONNAS0L
yard $12.500. within ." ..... DUtrlcta .
00tf Uses ol the Steal pubeicaeteiitf (Jl -1. ot the Peace, belonging or in *nywue appartalDiDf >'MB LAW
*: 'fr the of I' S and S vTkree sill. "ke" told at laid isis 10puriuuire I Notice, ,li kereby ,'..n that the un !
N. I Ba* Cirri*. Fereat 001 WANTEDWANTED dalm Ihle er notice., .;,l".II.CI.r.: I m1'l.: lit Constables, Dlalrtetl, 11. of ajid. order. auheot, InconArmatlon ........... pursuant to .,Flttilli $ G t
shaH ..... the place of reeMenre ..de ef said tale. ; by the Name Katute" Sauna Mill Ni 1179Craoler 6 O.
3 bedrooms Florida room beautU! GOOD HOME FOB nice a and poet office IWId,... of the elaknenl. Judiia. Paul. !.! Claims Court courtBaled. No IMKU Laws uf Florida. ..PALlID
fully landscaped! yard $130000 and ....U .be scars to by ii.nlalmant '*-antv *ir. vor el remandlaa Keath, Naaan Ml I will revlater with the Clerk of ..r ..__
mixed breed puppies. Phone frl4S01 hla agent nr ettnrnev and 'Three 111 Membera Humphrey Me Cuuolv FlorIda, the IIUi day ofCu.l. !the CircuIt Court In and frr Naaanu
down assume payments $9360 AMc rcompanled by a tiling *ae at one morul Hoapltal Dlalrlcta 1. 4 Md I- "\ 3905.< 7riintnbOwels tjann receipt of prmfof ...
per month loUse and aueh claim ef deiaaad nut ten tOt Membara, Ck-eao HlfkwayanJ /a/ AtOm C Tkompaon. Jr nuMlceUen at .itua juitlce, Ihe lie 1
Port Authority, troupe I aa. SIn Albln C. Tkempeon .'r. House name. ta.wlOFIVE
OhiO nhail be void
CONTACT PETE: JNGJUM HOME FOR PART PERSIAN kittens o/i' Donald l.. LMKlreeeDonaU Teatlmony Whereof I ...... hors. /aLLLOhtra >ONT" lUtr Porter & I
11II1"11II. rhone 261.3797. Ueceeafront < L Landreae Aa exenrtor ef unto act my laM and the limit under which I arn engaged In .bualI Lovtquist
Real of the Stew of Florida at 't! C. II '", r.mC. n....
I he Laal Will and Tentament of Her
L. I.. ........ LOOIW FOR home IrFermaodlna .le Mae Oeaady dereaaed.lbln Tallahaaaee. Ike Capital Uile f-e In..rn I .... engaged. M business/ on noMh ...
Resj. Real Estate Ureter \ C. Tbompaon JrAUonMy thirty.flrrt day of July A. D. CemnileatoneriA Sired el Five Polnte. Fernjndln. COi0R$ CIHTW
Pfceie Beech Two bedroom for Buecutor IIW4'MAL'.. M Crabtree Itam iii.... .'laTh .
1$ Norttj 4tk tfl-iW and dwlng room a nectntty WU' KM AlI._ Avenue ** SOd Bayntar Kulldlng, t Ihe only partIntareited Inlaid HOIM .
".. MlMl. Unfed M HMses aas! Box JMlumsoo remafldlaa Beach. llarlda 'TOM ADAMO.SECIETAPY !!. JackjeavlUe I lurlda; bualneaa asteepelac le C WChaplin South 8th Snttt 261.30681
** consider lot to build. riral publication July :ao. I.... or sTATE Attorney far .
Acreage I ". J. Mt IM .109. MJUI M .. .S ttattUffeif.. .. r. M S M.. M ..l. .0 .. ,. II


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F. >,. Twel.Tir News-teaijer, Fernandina Reach, Florida Thursday, August 20, 1964


The Rev Jamr D. Klllior, Rector ; A WEEKLY REPORT BYe Bring On Fight For : '

CHURCH OF CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 7:3i: AM. holy communion J' A1/orrtuNAf /fAtTNAl7aJC15REUcsuvEARnrEDrNSw

:, South 14th Street Rev J. T. Dunnsm PastorWorship 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist Traffic Safety
Earl IlUbe n. Minister 11:15: A.M. Church School f J
Services 1:30 A.M. ANr .woGL"Re7ve
undayt bible Study 10:00: a.m. : 8.30; P.M. Episcopal Young
11:00: A.M. TqUnhasKre! Florida' soaring ; 7j1Ar7PE4ACENrNDAN5WNOLNEDNEREyt7pC
; Morning Worship __ 11:00: a.m. Churchmen *
.. 7:00 I:00 P.M. This Is the schedule of FARRIS BRYANT highway accident itwtlHlIri have t
Evening Worship : p.m. ( every M j{SIrAM BATN3 Fps
.. 'tt 'tt Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Sunday with the exception of the Governor of Florida : brought/ the Slntc,'* Insurance Com /
1 CHUKCH OF GOO Trlllnina Union . . I:.4S P.M.Wednesday. last Sunday of the month) I I mlidoncr.'/ Hi Insurance industry, 1. r 'RPDSES

Cor. 4th and Cedar Sta. Prayer Service __ <:r <'r I THE RIGHT AND rtUV.II.KCE I II 1'whose Institutions presuppose a and hundreds of Interested citizens
7:30: P.M.CALVARY : OF THE Into "''a powerful team designed to
lie r. .L. Manta Johnson, Pastor FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH MAJORITY TO Supreme Being
11:00 a.m. _.?. Morning Service ft BAPTIST' Rev Jcrold A. Philips, Pastor I ACKNOWLEDGE GOD! It AT I How. can children understand Fight for traffic( safety
CHURCH 16 No. 4th St. I LEAST EQUAL TO THE RIGHT' State Treasurer and Insurance
t Y.? E.: Friday Evening 7:80: p.m these things without an aiknowl.tdRincnt .
1:30 __, Service J. C. BYRD, PASTOR School ......,. 10,00 ; AND! PRIVILEGE: OF THE MIN Commissioner J. Edwin Larson directs tf.YyQS'Na"BrNmNR
r. p.au. ? Evening Sunday : am. / of Cod ? To teach the
Sunday School ............... 10 A.M. ORiTY TO DENY HIM." the recently reorganized and + oSay ,
w Phone 261-1801 Morning Worship ..... 11:00:( ) a.m. history of America without firs)
Morning Worship ............ U AM. Incorporated Citizens Advisory
i W:00 School l li ..... ,
: a.m. Sunday Evening of
Sunday : acknowlttlglng the existence
Evening Service! .......... 7:30: P.M. There are certain propositions to Committee on Hliihway Safety with .
Prayer meeting Wednesday Wednesday Prayer Meeting God, would be like mathorrmtlcs Yr4'yFX
f leaching FrURt
which I tTNE
ft ft committed Miamian Lalor President
i ft : am
propositions Iluuh as :
7:30 p.m. .. . ,.. .... .... 7.30; p.m. without first agreeing
f BIBLE BAI'TIST CHURCH to which It seems to me, all Larson as Chairman of the Board
;; trtr fr! -trCr that 2 plus 2 4.
t 429 South 6th Street Americans must bo committed equals, The Citizens group has functioned .
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST Johnny L. King, Pastor UNITED PENTECOSTAL proposition which are implicit In The keystone In the great archof unincorporated since 1958, but the sir/e SWIM .

CHURCH Sunday Services: CHURCH our national history and existence our liberties which has distinguished newly-deslgrtcd unit promises to be 11191 ,
: South Mh SI. Ph. 1614701Rev. ,FRED NEWT,Arrt3EDN707NEMf5SSyOGIRIVER
I REV. THOMAS HICKS 10:00: A.M. _........ Sunday School Instinct In our national char. this nation from all oth. the most powerful safety organization / J
9:45 ___. School W. W. Roland h
: a.m. Sunday era In the concept of justice under In the .
11:00: A.M. Morning Worship actcr In Florida, possibly MO STAffrSO rrLRNED A
Sunday School..... ..... 10 a.m. .
11:00: a.m. Morning Worship 6:30: p.m. ...................?....... B.T.U. Service ... .... Ham. One of these propositions li "Jus God because justice':; without God Southeastern U. S, our7oteyNELawoasr p
6:30: p.m. Training Union would be like freedom without SMM/ -
7:00 P.M.\ Men's Prayer Service tier The Citizens Advisory
V:30: p.m. _. Evening Worship Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: p.m, I choice muscle mind.it + A r odd +
7:30: p.m. Evening Worship Not "justice" as a product of or .without works with the Legislature to pro
Wednesday prayer service, 7:3Cp.m. : Tuesday: Bible Study'frfr Thursday *., 7:30: p.m power I If that were 10, the strong I Is said that the place for re. ,duce better highway safety law. 7bNEwcw4EANS ./', I

7:00: p.m. _._........ Visitation SPKINOIIILL: BAPTIST would always rule and the weak ligious and moral training Is In It ,conducts surveys, holds work.
LAST SUNDAY OF THE Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: CHURCH be crushed; the laborer would still the home and church. I agrect f shops and hearings, then offers Its

MONTH: ft: ft State Hlway 107 Nannauvllltf be on his knees. But when? American children findings to the Legislature.

? 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Itev. William A. Frye America has taken Iti stand as must go to school In Florida attendance Lawmaker hold high regard for LEr PITCH! : \
10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer Rev. W. G. Brooks. Pastor Interim Pastor a nation governed not by men is required by law. If It I the Citizens Advisory Committee, / Aav+rtdr/AJANDBu yii 7pAuh=AvNOSLoupNEsrcURryw
and Sermon SUNDAY SERVICES: men who for the moment wk'id were not so, still they must go to I for 111 history shows luch accomplishments S41/LOWLLa RCNNANDOJRCNILDRENrJ.
'astors[ Time
11:15: A.M. Church School 9:45: A.M. .. Sunday School power but by ,vvs: laws which participate or even to survive, In I ai Florida's widely-
(Fur Men) ........................ 7am. \
'6:00: P.M. Episcopal Young 11:00: A.M ... Morning Worship Sunday School .. .... 0:45: a.m. are the embodiment! of our concept America. By what ,right can they I copied driver education program
.' Churchmen 6:00: P.M. Men' Prayer Service Horning Worship M. .?......... 11 a.m. of Justice:/"They protect the weak be required by the federal gov. I financed by a small addition to
'tt 'tt 'tt 6:30: p.M...., .. Training Union Training; Uniot. _... 6:15: from the strong, nut because the ernment'pr any government, to the I charge for driven licenses; a -- -. -,

_FIRST. PRESBYTERIAN 7:30: P.M .., Evening: Worship Evening Worship?......?.. 7:30: p.m.p.m. weak command but because\ It Is. live most of their waking hours I uniform traffic signs and signals rlsco, is outlining bills suggested/ CROSS
CHUR'HRev. Wednesday Services: Wednesday: right and Just to do so during most of their youth In in 1 law an Increase In the size of the by the Legislative Council's committco ONLY

John Duller, Pantor 7.30; P.M. ... ... Prayer Service Men' Hour of Power .... 7pm. But what Is Justice If not assertion environment from which an acknowledgment 1 Florida Highway Patrol, and tight- on Traffic Safety aimed at
Worship Service ..... 8:45: AM. ft Service...... 7:30 of power? Either there Is of or prayer to God 1!r laws governing juvenile traffic a l possible compromise motor vc-
Prayer :
Church School.............. 0:45: A.M.Wo..hlp ST. MICHAEL'S: CATHOLIC "Whosoever will may come.p.m." some Immutable, unchanging l il artificially: restricted? "ffrndcri. hide Inspection law among other
Service ....... 11:00: A.M. standard toward which
CHURCH we grope School consumes most of a. The Insurance Industry pays much things.
; Youth Meetings ...... 0:00: P.M. Rev Leonard Duncan Pastor 81. PAUL'SLUTHERANCHURCH : some rule binding not Just upon child' lime and energies. By gov.ernmenial of 1 r the bill fur the committee's The insurance Industry has made
Church School .......... 7:30 P.M. .
: the helpless but '.individual .
? upon every
Sunday Mas 2nd, 4th action we have depilv.rd 1 work. Right now the ncwly-lncorp- It t all possible, And through fit-
ASSEMBLY Sunday ....... ..... 7:00: a.m. Amelia City Near Interseetlo and upon the slat Itself them of the time and oppor- orated 1 organization Is housed next lightened leadership Commissioner
it FIRST F GOD Sunday Mass _.....?.._..?? 1st, 8rd AlA or there Is nq Justice Ether, there (unity to give and receive relig door I to the Florida Association: ot Larson has made the whole''thing
Rev. E. A. Lewi Pastor 5th Sunday 10:00: am. A. ... Gerbhardt, Pastor Is a standard above us,, after ious and moral guidance In the I Insurance Companies, Inc., which worthwhile.

t (0:00: .m. __ Sunday School Monday, Young People 7 p.m. 1:00 Service which we try to pattern our, laws,' home, Justice .demands that the I II furnishing free space furniture,
't 14:00 a.m. _... Worship Service Tuesday, Novena Service .. 7:30: : am. Morning or there Is only power tri t make same government which, by Iw, telephone I and secretarial assistince. Classified advertising dollar vol. ATCORNE
e .- fr -tr whatever laws whatever (, stand from the religious y
6:80: p.m. ? C. A. Youth Service p.m. lakei the child I ume total $B.0 million In 1K13.!
(t 730 p.m. Evangelistic Service Dally ?_.__..._??...._....... 8 a.m. PRINCE OP PEACE ards of Justice, serves th.'\, )>ur. home and places him In a regul ,"nd. right now the committee's cording to the Bureau of AdvcrtU.uc. .
Thttnday mid week tank' Saturday ........... Convent Chapel LUTHERAN CHURCH poses of ,the moment > ated environment hal a duty to I mew Executive Director Pete Gua. lug ...
i ; 7:80: p.m. 4:30: Communion In Convent Donald R. Himmclnun Pastor This Is no hypothetical proposl. provide for him an opportunity to ,
--- Phone 261-5034 tlon, In China today, In Russia, receive the moral and rcllgloui ,
Sunday School........ .... 9:415: a, m, there are laws and they are'what guidance he hal been deprived ot .
Worship. Service .:.,: 11.00a.m.: I ever the men In power from time his attendance.How .
t Does your to time say that they are -'whatever by compulsory has been MOVE UP TO QUALITY.
can we ai
car wander NORTH 14th STREET acorns to serve at the mom lay .
__ done that Irreparable Injury will
BAPTIST CHURCH ent their vagrant purpose. Justice
? be done to the children of one race
or weave Rev. S. C. Baker for them li not a goal It li a Use Premium Milk
I It! they are segregated In the pub Jersey
Pull to left Interim Pastor tool.
lie schools from another and
1:45: ..m. -...._..... Sunday School Thal'i what the declaration In. race
conclude that good! will result
or right? ._... about : yet
: 11:00: a.m Morning Worship dependence was :
SAFETY when children of all/
: If so, you 6:80: p.m. ............................ BTU "We hold these truths to be self- from God? races are segregated Another First! 'THE TASTE WI.LLJTELL"
7:80: p.m. ?.. Evening Worship evident that all men are created '
: need OUR. SERVICE 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Service equal; that they are endowed: by Surely those parenti who have

: <'r their creator with certain unallen- voiced opposition to this proposed ", NEW HOLLY HILL DAIRY
able right that to secure these Amendment on the ground that
MEMORIAL METHODIST rights govcrnmenti are Institut. even token recognition of God Is

FRONT ENDALIGNMENT CHURCH ed, offensive to them and to their
Nelson P. Moy r, Pastor children can understand the grievance PLASTICGALLON
1:45: a.m ................ Sunday School Either there are such Inalienable of those religious parents '
right or our system of Justice la a FERNANDINA
11:00: a.m. Morning Worship who earnestly desire that their DE's"
8:30: p.m. .. MYF Supper fc Programs- fraud and our assertion of human children receive religious nourish. JUG
I dignity Is a cosmic hoax.

i I 8:00 p.m .,.,.. Evening WorshipCHU But there are such rights, and ment opportunity.and are I would deprived not of suggest that TASTE THE DIFFERENCE .
the children of America must have
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1 PROPHECY H OF GOD Of the opportunity they spring.to know fromwhence participate In any religious exer. TASTE THE FRESHNESS .

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suggest right
I if Improves Steering Dolly Hall, Pastor How else shall they understand and privilege of the majority to "

10:00: a.m. ............ Sunday School the Idealism of tho Declaration ol acknowledge God U at least equalto Direct From Farmer to YOU !

11 a.m. .............. Morning ServL Independence T I< It a fraud t Does the right and privilege of the Space Saver
:V t Increases Driving 7:45: p.m .......... Evening Service our Ship of State rest upon a rot minority to deny Him. *
? Safety 7:45: p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. Ser ten bottom T Easy To PourReUsable TASTE THE RICHNESS .

vice fur young people. What shall they conclude about There are over 65 million women

tr BAPTIST ft 1' Washington who In his first Inaugural (fl4 and over In the U. S. who make .

All TABERNACLE address expressed,. the or Influence 85 per cent of all\ con Now .At Your Favorite. Store
,..' I( CHURCH |III.! convlctlOItbat\ turner' fklrcnasei.: 1'0'11' tnll"' tre1.mendoua / .' ea., .
.... Amelia\ Road Phon*' M1-S487 "It would be peculiarly Improper and ever growing market,j NO DEp p sirsk, For It 'J "

Re*. Loyd Chamber. Pastor to omit, In this first official national advertisers last year Invested .

'Ft e Sunday School _........._ 10 a.m. act, my fervent supplication to more than $719 million In I
.e. c Morning Worship ...?..?.. 11 a.m. that Almighty Being, who rules newspapers

S.S r e Prtjcltlon. Alignment on Evening Worship ................ f p.m over the universe who presides -- --.,.
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I. 1 What shall they conclude about
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