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 27, 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: UF00079912:00087
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century !: + 1. "ll nrV f.4Pi77ft Your Best Medium

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Of Service For Local News

1Crnanulna CttCl J4eUutr
In Nassau County ; [ And Advertisingr

1858 Absorbed by Pu.cb.M. Merger or Buccoulon The Florida New.. Th. Eml HorldUn. The Peninsula, The rernnnnm' icmiivi. tnr jlmdeity,. FMVIH,i' unwrvrr, F>rnrtmindmi Exprtit. The Fernnnriint N.*., Th Florida Mirror, Th. Nm..u County Slur The New. 1'n. rernandiaa accord,
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summer Ir son will\ lie el Albert II. Hump!) Is the new' !
School opens Monday morning v M focally! once bur student Mineliv. principal at rirnatdina Beat
and hundreds of youngsters will August 31. when :Nassau tiiinty High 5'hool., rl'plal'lllllIa'l11olld/ u wN,
again head for school by bus bIcycle I I'hllllll.olx'n| lluir (!loirs lor the Cough who resigned to assume a u j jt
afoot or the family car PolIce II H)64.63) school year Mnnv famllllr position al H Peree Hubert I BJuhnsnn .
Chief J. R. Parker urges that faces will be missing In bull the former Calluhan prlmip R SI
extra caution be exercised by I 4 ( student body and teaching stalf,. ai 1, has atsunicd the principal i
motorists all over the city but especially I M L replaced by entering freshmen, pout at Funandiiu B.al'h Junlni

around school lone. new first graders, transfer students High School, the position former,) I
Chief Parker reminded also that two new principals In Fir.nundina hold by Emerson Finer who\ has
signs have been Installed deslg. .. Bench acid one In YuU. moved to Wed P.dm Beach/ I
naling North Itth from Atlantic -- and miny, new fares on tliu Icteh Dave Tin'mas IIIH replaced John I:. J. JOHNSON() JR., was sworn In for another term us" mayor of Fernandini lleith I

Ave to the unloading and ahcltcri aroundto at The 1965; COMUMTY CHEST-UNITEII FUND drive will lug stalf Wllsem as prinelpal at \" ilee Ills tit the nnnunl reorganization meeting hrida/ night Also sworn in were lien Sorensen

the Norlh Elementary 14th St School, as a one.wav I begin on September 2t!) and conferring this week weie I School Wilson Is occupying!! a post I and John lillakoH, who were re-rleded lo office! In the July general election left

street This means that cars must t three of the prime figures! the campaign Hnim Kan-- Chamber Plans al H 1'IereeFERN \\IJo.IUGII\:; to right| ConimiNHioner Hilton Kitchens' Strrnsen. II. \\', ishlrr I city attorney, Johnson -

enter lic-m Atlantic Avenue and them right, CC-UF' president, and Hob Cenek. left, drhe Humph\ tnnlesn ternandina David l> alchel; city manager and liliakoH. ishler I and d.iUhel(; were returned

not from 14th St. unless they are chairman are shown di*('uil'I"1C! a phase' of the drive High with t\\'I'IIIv.thl'l'l' vors rxpclliuco to their respective' posts at (the meeting/
cmertcney vehicles I with! Louis Ferreira, seated I Ferreira and Hep. ('liueleMntate 3-Year Program of in tin heist if ducutloiiIn
6 frI \ are eocluirmen of the advance gifts committee, the sclmils of Hoiila, 81'rvlnlll

I can only speak, for myself of the but. Expanded Efforts as clussi oiiiii: teuiher for:: full; I Okays Port Authority
I leel Ihat TV coverage nil years, eleven I Mart as school' 1 I pi' Inrlpnl City Request
little for
tlonal ctnvcmions does and eliililIHIS as enmity, '
the lmac( of the political parties County Commissioners Tim luniimlimi 131'II'h, Chamber Mhool miperinleiidinlHe "'
The bluest( Impression I felt was of Cimimne nll'l.tllljMIIIII.y, was burn nnd raised In l'"I.1
there arc nine a M of people noun at Seaside Inn In monthly BIS- iimbla COli Illy. the son of Mr. and To Acquire And Operate Gas System
feeding it the federal political dun, heard plans discussed for a Mrs C S. Humph who Bill) rl'hldl'l I
trough/ end this becomes incrcas. Defer 3.year program of expanded effort there, and attended public sehools I ..
Ingly evident when you get that Hiring Engineer' !. I In that t county, After; graduallin; he On lie first reading last night linaiuc, Mayor E J. Johnson Jr., I,ever ho was slot opposed '11ilceIho
many all together In one big room Burns Bailey I acting president;: I attended the Inhersity! of Florid'* the City Commission' approved ani cited the clforts of the city ID seat city would assume no oIWIlIlI. Ii
No wonder LBJ wondered if they The County Commissioners In which a qualified man was nccessary In the absence or Reed Lcwellcn, received his Bachelor ofArt ordinance i which gives consent to!I cute ana operate such a system t tIn lion, antler legally or month',
couldn do with a little lest light meeting Friday morning In special Ho added that the ct/u"uv called on Bcb Conch for a report I teanr.. of Arts I degree InFducatlon the Ocean Highway ind Port Authority I the past few years. He noted Commlsaluner Ben Sorensen.
in the convention hall. session. were unable to agree now had to often rely on outside on a recent planning meeting of majoring In administrate for the acquisition and op. that he was opposed to the city I uhu led tho tight for city aequll. I

budget time again as had been proposed at a pre. engineering skill. Cenek told of the scusnlnn of I and secondary schools system within the present and : stem as wan proposed at that time I item sold that he eonlldered na.I .
city and county and the various vious meeting and for which J Jnb At this point Commissioner John the need for inch an expanded pro. I He has nerved .s principal of future\ t corporate limits of icr. mid that the proposal wn defeatcd I I ural /gas Important to the pro. j
agencies are hard at work with trying the I they had advertised for applicants Hlgglnbctham of Milliard said he gram and of the efforts tint wouldbe Fort White High School for two I nandlna Beach i In a referendum. i iHe I;rose cf I thll eommunll1 acid Cum.sisuiannr :
to balance the revenue In the Inter. It was revealed at the meeting woe In favor of hiring a rond man necessary to secure additional yean, Callalum high School for In presenting the proposed or. mid that at this time how. i 1 Buhallnon echoed his d
anticipated spending funds lor such a program to pro. Kolterllnlus High School a sentiments,
who really knows hit( kind of one year
Is that that overtures had been made to I
of the taxpayers hoped
est mote added tourism and Industry>> for four years,
St. Augustine
that the Jim Beard, director of public work and to hire Beard for engineering at Commissioner John Tlllakos
and Assessor'sOffice
the pencils are sharp Tax I
He laid that the Chamber now School
( and Union County Higli Kiwanians Slate
clear. Progress and works for Fernandina Beach to and for CD admlnlMra. nude ho I million for adoption of
minds are
rubes around $1000 through memberships Superintendent
lien, four years was To Remain the ordinance on the first reveling
hand consider the job Beard1'05
walk hand In I
economy can and that It Is to'' ; Columbia I
licjxd of
the fat' Is eliminated from among those present at the meetIng It was revealed at this time of Public Insiruitiin I Fish mid hit motion was seeondiUJJyi )
when 7
5 and
that tel Walter Preston, Jr. double this figure with the aim of lountv for Huht iron. I Open Sept FryAuctionAt Hi hannon The vole was' unaitl.I .
budget spending securing matching funds from the (Conllinn.il in Page Two)
Nissan Director of Civil Pefense .
At the otitset of the mcctlnx ('ilv and county The touithoiitic will be closed I minis ..
While fiscal budgets!! are being Commissioner Harry Poole .cited had submitted his resignation to In conntttlnn 'II report Monday September 7. 1W4; duo I City Ball Park The pnpiNiil ordinance .. willtonw

discussed It Is time to take a look the need for a county engine'er. the HlgMiibolham Commission said tint two :' Dan Oaughcrtv htof of plans' I I James B. Newsome I II to Labor \Day, except for the! Tax up fur the jeeiind and I final!

at the present school population pointing out the many Instances such men would' have equal stature fir the annual meeting and said Assessors Olflee which will beopen The lust. minuil fish fry and I reading. ul* the regular/ meetiuM onihept
of the county the projected population that this Kitsinn would bu planned million sluuid IV the Kill ani. I 8, 1
and would receive (
facilities pay Laid To Rest In batuidav, Sill,
September I i
and the present "Cleo" Indicates lie said that he could not sec why around the proposed 3.)'our pio- :I Club is lo be lie'Id ut (tlm City Bull\ It was p tinted out that the proJiet .
don't think a little future !1)04!) hum \UOU AM until Stilt I, flounced
I( you two such men could net work to. gram ;: Park mi Selnt'rntn'r'! \. tram 5 p inuntil will' be by revenue
planning U Indicated. have a look Possible Threat To Innlmued on Page Tin'pelYouth's He said that at the meeting rimprchensivt Bosque Bello Today P.M. und Mouthy, September 7lh : 7Tickets certificates: willed are lo be Hill!
at the present situation At Fcr. plans would be ellscuiised I Ir i IM! iLubor Day) fiuin silo( AM. are bclnil sold by ul I \liquidating/. i_ }
Northeast Florida
nandlna Beach High School, four for future activity at an III. I until .HO p.M' for the t purpose Members of llf basic' Highway/
new classrooms are needed. If SlayingAt creased tempo .. mural fur Jamn Bridle, I' ol; : general public; *fu reviewthe Klwaulans rot, me' {r.to' fur aiblls( 'j I and Put 'Authority ai.'. Hairy I I'.
adopt. Col.' Walter 1'te'ton Nassau '* GO. was' held today at and' Sec for chllditn under 12. :
state recommendations are (Continued on page three) I Ncltsomc\ ( Tax Hull. | Johnson Ben ''Surennes E. K.ijLasserr .
ed in the near future Yulee high County Civil Defense Director, the Hnl Baptist Chuich. The I I Following Is a list' of th. Item *. C B (Pete) Inuram
school students will be transported stated just before press time Yulee Sunday I Rev, James T Dunnam, pastor I to be auetlined and their donois: and Charles Bennett
here and many more classrooms Mist' a 1:40 p.m. communiquefrom 'Sanderlin Funeral I officiated at the service ul 4 p.m, Genes electric click: Lowei''I' The long hassle over whether

t will be needed Of course such I Stale hud Civil declared Defense North Headquarters Ruled Accidental Cn Norfolk MondayThomas and at fcraveslde: In Basque Bellolemctcr I Port AuthorityGets Grocery, 50 II. gurdui how.. ;: Ucaeh 'two' dedicated streets hi'(WITH
move would relieve the situation l )', II Beauty Salon permanent wave: Smith fourteenth and biuth rlf.
at Yulce as elementary and junior east Florida In a possible na. Vliginlus Sandirliii, S?. I !Mr\ \ewsimc, dud M unlay IIlght'! Gov't Okay Downtown Gulf :3 I gal. /gas and "li-enlh with aeries from Beech
high students would move Into aural disaster area. I County Judge J.. E. Gene"' Wen Has buried Monday In Elmwood I II following a lengthy Illness lube job; Loekwood s Drugs, electric I I Street, should be opened or closed
the classrooms now used by the Preston slated that the three tiler ford stated this week that the Cernclciy at Norfolk; Va ''oll He wee a member of the First clock: Beakers, bar.b.q grill;; was' settled In record time.
high school! A new elementary shelters lor this area the Jun. death of Jimmy Wayne Thomas I rig funeral at Ilolloman and I Baptist Church and was employed, I For Water System A. S. Allan stuffed poodle: Bal. I It was revealed that ate objee.tlgn .
school in the Five Points area Is lor High School Peek High son of Mr and Mrs James Ray und Brown Funeral Home of that I by Container Corporation of America I leys Janlxn gUf shirt; Mather 'I to closing and abandoning:

considered a must and should be School and Yulee High School Thomas of Manor, Ga., hnd been illy. until his retirement due to I Longicssmin D It. (Billy) Matthews furniture 2 table lamps: five Continued on pair two
built for around 500 students were open and would remain ruled accidental after an Investigation Mr SumJtrlin died curly Sulur. 111 health I Points Gulf Service, 1 ell change/ !
advised the News Lcueler
would relieve the i far the duration of horn.I day mitt nlllll In llumplncys Me 'I stirvlud! the widow' .
Here again this area : by mithorllles and no Inquest He Is yesterday hat( the Oeeun Highway. and I grease J job; hive J a, 2 se'a
congestion at the present I cane Cleo' morlul I Hospital Dukes Nestouute; a Gene Blackwelder
crowded would be held. I Mrs. I "Hie food dlnneis Florida National)
here and would Preston also reported that He wan a steamship iiiptiln.tendent : M Drancof I and Poll Authority t has been I : I
elementary school The nine year old buy was shot I diughlcr, Mrs Hi my advance I Bank ..0.00, suvlngs heed; O. W:s
eliminate the unpopular double the 1pm. weather advisory with' a 410.gauge shotgun being Kith Hampton Roads Ma Port Ordaz. Venezuela; a son, granted an by a MIVCIIIment tired ham: Guif
has Im the location of "('Ieo" at rltlme Anon. In Norfolk before? his i of Char agency for pr<'Imilnury plan. Grocery country Joins Personnel
session Peck Elementary gave unloaded by his cousin, Jimmy Richard C. Weslbirry I Oil Dlst, buttery mediate need of two classrooms S71 North MS Wes, or slight. Conner, 13 at the Yulee home of ritlrimint )I loltc N. C; a half.brothi. Clvdu, fling of a water s5 atom to Nerve. AnUmmtlu, adult, lift I '
and so does Bryant: Academy. At I ly southwest of Stuart Indlca- his parents, Mr and Mrs Cecil lie Is survived by his widow Frecmin of Brunswick Ga.; four parts. of Nassau and Duval County preserver, Florida 1'lIhlleUlilles.\ I At Local Bank
the latter, classes will be held lions are that the dorm U Conner I Mrs Susan Davis Sundirlln of I half-sislcri Mrs Louise Muslcy I I 1 diy Iron: Fcrniindlna Motor I
this year In the cafeteria Calla. making a slight turn to the I I Deputy Sheriff George Courses tcrnnndma Beach: a sun SKI. l I and Mrs Geneva Harris, both of Matthews' teliiium: !lead as I Purls, 2 solely bells: Iliiuiiiiir
han High School and Elementary northwest, at 14 miles per hour. who ln<'cstiuutrd the accident, said )| William T Sundcrlin, U. S. Air Brunswick,' Ga, Mrs. hazel 1 Diurynf follows I ; lames 2 for ague family: Announcement was nude by
School arc bah at capacity with The eye of the tropical storm the two boys were playing In one Force Savannah Ga.; two duiih| Woodbine Ga. and Mrs. M,id. Itay Caldwell editor rernamllnn games Div Limners free I.Louis\ Ferules. president of the
classes! also slated for the cafeteria U 20 miles In diameter and of the bl'drmoll1s about 4:45: pm. ors. Mis Margaret Ann Hard tine Murphy of Brunswick terninillna Beaih NIWH.lender, I leaning Ifeib Whiles Out. Horldu National Bank this weekIhat
there. At Milliard some class. packing winds at 100 mph Sunday when Jimmy decided to I exly and Mrs Carol trances El. t i iII Pallbearers were Ralph 1 Pulxli> Fernandma Beech, Hi,i Ida : board Sales : D'i' IIP Johnson; ', ( Gone Bluckweliier has joined
es will, of necessity be held In Hurricane warnings have get serve tnvs out of the closely, ell.! both of Norfolk; a sinter: Claude! Iladelock J. C JamesonOr Community facilities Administration Lcwellcns. I Uymo label maker; the bank statf' as heed of the
hallways and at least two new been extended north to St Au.ausUu. where hie father kept his guns three brothers: and eight grandchildren 1 1 II. B Diekini. Jr.. Hampton has just advised' that an I 1:'buck TV.. 6 trunsUlor radio; small loans department nabunal
claaeron ma area m"AL...--.. Pine For (Continued on Page Six) Bennett and George Gcigir I IIB'BOO planning advsnee has been Mr May plant from nursery; Blaekwctdor a former
: : :: ; )I bunk here from
cst students have no gymnasiumand j jI granted the Ocean highway I and' Kathys rlmlHl.... permamnt, flower examiner comes
uports must be played out. 1 Port i Authority In Nassau County arrangement/ ; Scnlill HcMaurunt iiib regional headquarters In Tampa

side These are the immediate Mrs. Abbie Rogers to begin prvllmlniry planning lor 2 I shrimp dinners: !Seaside Inn 2'' lie
jI born In Gainesville,
and If they present a grim and was
needs construction of water supply )I icafoe platters: Moore Grocery
I where he attended the public
cow', think of the luturc to Yu.
picture Buried distribution systems serve (Continued on Page Two) .
Monday lee Garden City, Ouanwuy Dlns.tore schools lie attained higher' education
Advance billing points up the Marietta and Jackson I at East Kentucky
Kiwanis Club Flab Fry and Auc- In Bosque Bello Heights PropoMd propel will NOTICE j College In' Richmond
tlon, slated for Sept. 4. as an I nest an estimated tl.2710X1' with I Jonulhiin Hill, FrrnundinaItrweh Ho In married lo the firmer;
evening of fine entertainment, Funeral for Mr. Al>lm> I Ella; roiislructlon' bexlnninti/ In !1'lIii." High: Sehi.nl Hand Dlrrrtnr I Ellen' K Huffman of A hlalM&,
good eating and fellowship. A Kohers/ HI. was hrld M.ndiy at It hat been polntid nut etc it the requests thai all I seniorhigh Ky, and they are the purentr-rt
to be auc. band students report& to s daughter. Robin Lynn. who U
number of the items 10 t a m at llilile! liiptlst)+ cliunh mean Involved are InlircMod! In I
tinned off are on display In the Rev, Jihnny King, pastor, offiel.il the water facility frun/, i Htunel. the band room, by 7:30: a.m. Z." years old
Florida National Bank Bettermake ell I at Hit service and at gravci>iclin slot of health, fire safety and I Monday, August II, opening The Bluekwelders ale Wiltllnzst I
plans now to get In on Uie Bosque Uill'i CI'ml'll'ry.Mrs. lower Insurance rug's day ol nchoiil 400 S. -17th-Street. -w'-

fun. I n"lIl'f8 dud Saturday nu rnng I -
i"r In Humphreys McmurUI llos
Keep Oct. 13 14 and 15 for Fall >lot!. 4r r
Entertainment by Woman Club A notice of lover I N. H. slip
AS COUNTY EQUIPMENT graded the grinds In front of the Junior High School amo: to Florida In 1U13 from \laluihu.uttj q '% r lyn
The Fernandma Beach Boat last week, three members of the Jaycees began placing stake for a landscaping program and had bun a resident '
Club has big plans for races on and for the pat ing of sidewalks as a club project. At left are Ken Gay, chair 01> Fernrndlna Beach since! \\U2!

Labor Day, For full details see In man of the project, and J. C. Campbell, with Bud Lewis kneeling by grader She was a member of Bible Bap
Carson McKcndrces comments iit Chunh
News' of the Boat Club, elsewhere She Is survived by a dughtir.
In this issue Better still make r Mrs HiinaA: Skipper of rirmnUna .
plans now to attend and enjoy the I Beach: two t sisters, Mrs\ (;c1.. I

regatta. The best racers in the gia Hart of BriHkton: Mass, and r ,r ,
Southeast will be competing and !\Urs Flora Whipple of Vwbury, }
thrills and spills are sure to be ,. rSNi y n,7"fw'ef' xirt. Mais\ .. a nine Mrs !Helen
in store > t Lampiey of Hampton N 11 two 7 1 1bK wl
trCongrats iramlsoiis und two great.(..ranilehllJren .
ti> the Jaycees for l
their current worthy project In I

beautifying the grounds at the Fernandina Beach
Junior high school. The sweat was I
really pouring Saturday, morningas Weather
I visited the project but the u II Ar'r""vot weather 11111111"if.uln
end result will more than justify 7th AI 1ln" 6?. .t
the labor Involved. Needless to I Mux 1'0110. IblnTI.uro.
AIIlIlIMt 20 R7J ,.12rI
1 refused the gracious offers ssni
say the I r v a'' *sue: ; t .' August 21 87 71 0'Sill. '
of all Involved to permit me :.f< pleasure of caressing the handleof I I
any one of the shovels ON SATURDAY MORNING the Jaycees turned out in force to anoint! In the project. SIIn.. August :H: IN'! 72.07
beln'l 2f 00 74 TTuel. of the jjodt" und he mM! well have been
hastened I "us? "Ullusl I'lTER: called hi* favorite drink "nectar | i
wielded shovels '
involved in others wielding /
While planting were prepare
Home were grass .. August 23 91 73 0Wi'll. drink of Juice. And where would Jup..
> official orange
cooler surroundings : \\ng foundation! for the new walk On the work detail were UatU Little, AI George .. August 26 88 73 0 I describing Horlda'n, hospitality his "nectar" than those who daily J'eervlttltor.
Iter have
J. Don Roberts Ferris Jones, Jake Motta w,
Indebted to Mrs James Hill HuiUf BjII LeuHchner. Campbell, ) tap nerahu 'la 'unt.h.d "ourlO.y"on. here. Left to right Peggy MaloneyBetty
pmnam We are for a portion of the ArfcniConUaued [ -JJo yee Kow ii and John \Mlnher. Thin coming Saturday the Ja>ceetj will work on the r Cnuth, .7th Panne it. Lime"...u.1".1WIIoU ... 1'n to the Florida Barbara' Marine Welcome chief ho Station t''II. ,
GUilt and 1'yron >
.. on fae 'To/) j ps>*i f4Hlie walks. ___ __ Noise, Cuc>porillv, Outwvtf

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pag ,Two i\T *.JL.: uier, Feinanciina Beach, Florida' Inufauay, August!! !*7, lit* >4 jVi ua*fence oauey, John r:ut& Sniith, Beverly! C&roi i Taylor, Just RambiiiV City Okays -- I residents.13 &d .di Individual)' call for membership till GSA:\

iBrttton. Richard Kirse Broxton. ,t cur, inorttoo, Edith Elaine I
: i let at 1100 for one
,I I were person
NDiNA BEACH 12::3D and dismissing at 4:30.: Lunches Michael David Daniel, John Kevin Walters, Carroll Eddie Crews, Da. (Continued from Page One) I Ii (Continued from Page One) $150 fore man and wife and $23
vld Oliver
I will not be served to Drake, James Edward Inratn. Crumpler, Jerry Rich i! an..I' Democrat magazine of Sunday ( the! street In question! on the North I for each ,child, with a maximumof
STREET PHOMI IBM atn Daniel Bruce Leeper, James Kent ned Dubberty, Ronald Isaac Flan side of Beech had been resolved
in ASH on double session. All other Aug IS, In which Fernsndina! two Additional children would
will be dismissed atS:,;,30! each thIN'1 Music, Richard Guy Powell Thc-i I nery, Mark Aaron Henry Dean; I Beach received! very': favorable pub.I with the purchase of certain pro. i be covered by the rate chargedfor l

A John H. Perry! Newspaper All students grades 1' mas Daniel Rowland Wallace ttlciiird Hlmmelman, Roy Manning llclty. Included In a feature petty by J. R. Young the (first two

hove been aligned, and will : Don Rowland, Karl Michael Srltt. Knight Gayle Mark Lancaster led "We're Seeing 48. States" Mrs. Young was present at the I David Gatehel
HIT Oldwtll Editor Md ]M....,"". I John Franklin Sills Jr, Michael ( Robert Ray Nix Steve Char. entlt'l had City Manager
said that they
I I John R. iicetlng and discussed
"' w their names on the' teacher's door. I' Scl- Starr, was an laid that he had the
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION They are to report! directly to classMonday !, Kirby Smicker. Ben Wallace Spl. es Roberts Gladstone Arnold I rood photo of the Ft. Clinch objection) to closing and abandon- proposals at length with members
Jr. James Sammiel SwearlnRcn :
Thomas Tarpley, ems : /:
,Publli Melvln]\ Walhkc, Jr, and :lay Anrthnny Thompson am
Ffrnnncllnt Brach, Florid, n second dm mail matter, Assignment are a* follows: Kenneth Jr. ,buries Urtnanec.JRD hree days and nights, Starr listed ether affected property owners. he could sec no real nb ,'Ct1nn totheir
Reid Williams, I
Qulnnlc determined that
Subucrlptloi Mint: crnnndina Beac1) on "one of the When It was atiiplion;

,"M ,... $1 s )'flr 12,25 II months 11.25 S Monthe FIRST GRADE Frnncrs S. \D.: GRADE Hazel Eason GRADE Mary W. Ballet; nest choimlng pliers we visited" further opposition was forlhcom- "! Buhnnnunmoved, that the pro.

!* 14.50 a year out of county Dudley Morning session I Pam Lynn Brown, Mary L>'nr Sara Rebecca Blalock, Patrick\! Pie) feature was sent to Mrs. Dun ng by such\ affected owners, Sort posals he accepted and his moll'in

William John Dorktry, Rodney Carter Rebecca Gertrude Dnua/ :2dilll: Crowley, Linda Dirkni' nam by her mother, whn resldw moan moved that both streets be | was soiowkd; \ by Scircniien. Tim
!' Glenn Hall. Victor Terrell Haltnn, ''n the served CIO LltJi leelnied closed and abandoned with the
lass, Ann Mnrla Graham Peggy Drury, Lunette Lois Floyd, Leslie area hy I vole was unanimous slip
secondary education and guidance Jeffrey Dion Ilolton Arthur Ly. Louise MrSwaln Mclonlcn Ant '.oulsc Ilcigan Judy Hullls Fran Hock paper. nd his motion was seconded bvShannon. ulalion Hut the new charge
School To OpenContinued Alter moving to Florida, he al. I man Hullo, Jack Murphy McKen- The vote was unanlnous. .
Mlddlcton, Patlrlra Marl Nlch'lsI enff Lynn Llplnskl, Joyce Loh oft would be rn a year'i trial basisland
leaded the University! of Florida IevenJ.ns ] Nicks,
dree, Jr. Herbert Eugene .
his I I I Sheila Dlnnne Parker Brenda Am' nan, Regina Ann Parrlsh. De When I was a youngster my oldorothcr |I If they proved unsatisfactory
classes and completed Her.
from Pane One) and I Michael Ray Terry. Harry Thomas Nora Louise Vlttorle, DCborph ora Powell R'.tin Christine Riley ''> snit some of his (riddleecaine : The question of the opening or I a chiimc would be mode
certification In administration Melton Rowland,, ,
.."Wc'li) a member of the Florida and I man Rerd, Larry Darlene: Wingate, Christine bay R'dcffpr, Deborah An' > afflicted with gflf Dcpres losing: first came up when theVnrlheaot I| In other business It was author.

Fcliirallcm Association, In which he supervision for ,elementary I Benjamlnc B, Thornton Jeremiah Marie Mabc Tina Diana Gaster "mlth Key Trowoll Fran Wal ,lon times dldnt permit the pur corner of the Beech and (zed lo advertise for bids on chlorine .

sppv'epen!: president of Area LV thepoet secondary grades Johnson who Is Phillips Williams, James Harold I I Lccnard Chester' Bessley Joe- 'on, Da'e Burford John Brazcll hasp of the wood shafted clubs o "" "ourtcrn: Intersection was re. and gas and oil require
I Mr. and Mrs Jcannle Louise Blneker,,
the National Educailon medical build. forthcoming
ichool fiscal
year Buford Robert Douglas Bishop Wayne toned to permit a the
secretary at the high school, are Gean Brannon Clenda Paul Benncr, Philip Wayne hat day is>> they tried to make ou' ments for
Amoclatlon the Department Nancy Byrd Daniel Cheshire Brostcn, John Wesley Dozier, Allen ng. Some of the affected proper.
William Dewey ;Hh Improvised clubs, The imalle1 : I I year.
the parents of three They Carter Nancy Ions Harrl- I
"Secondary( School Principal of Faye Cannon, 111, William Chariot; Duncum, Charles Teronz fount y owners feared that the rezonng Robert Ferreira was renamed
a-siifras tree sappllngs were
Florida and the National Ataocla- are members of the Baptist the Church school son, Linda Darlene HIckox Sherry Ro. ,I' Dickens, George Domctrles Dean Dyess, Johnny Hulto, M.ke Jen o have shallow roots that turn would promote the opening of I''by the Commission to another

'tines' of School Admlnlitratort, Johnson announces will at 8.10 Laree! Holmes, Pamela Swltrrr Ruth Sara as, Chuck (Charles) Edward Grant singe, Phillip James Gregory Lanor it right!: angle to the trunk an(' he streets and that undesirable three-year term on the,, Planning
building open Ann ,
lel::li a Muter Miion of Cherry bert, Eugcm Long Timmy Lee GUY Mc ''raffle would result Board
and claisci will begin at 1:IS Teresa Gall Walls Tony R, Hair, Bradley here they cut to>> the desired length I! and Advisory
Hill Lode!: No. II of Fort White, a Classes will be on a regular sched.il and Mae Linda Taylor Gall Wilds. I Holland, 'WalteritSparkman Lgp'f :;cndree, Wilbur Matthew Robin \ftcr much trimming, sanding ant!" The street In question had I Following the meeting the Com.

jpgmber: of the Royal Arch Chapter first ind will dismiss Leonard (Yogi! Lelshton Lyons :.on, Jeffrey Rich James Bailey ubblng, friction tape was wrapped lever been used as such and both, mlssloneri had a look at the new

No. 38 of Lake City, soda mem- the 81. day FIRST GRADE Ann Daniel I Billy Gregory Roland, Claude Let itcxvart, III, Tony Stublti and Car wound the hand'es' and a reason if ever opened, would have had : bulldozer they had recently aulh.

'ber of the Xnlghtt of Templar, at 2:: Morning session I I Rucker, David Lawrence Taylor Sweat We facsimile was achieved Baler :dead ends 132 feet from Beech I Irecl. trued for the use of the public

t4er"Olty Commandery No. SI.Mr. Students In the 6th and 8th grades Ronald Lee Bolden, Kenneth I land Dallas Wayne Tomes, were scrounged always scuffed >! The abandoned property works department.
and Mri. Humph are the will find their names on a roll Just I'I 4Th GRADE Ruth C. Krenr -
Arnell Bra- will to the property owners on -
Randall Boles Ricky and cut from the few plaverif go
pSrettti 1 of three children. Jean, nitsldc the. teacher's door. In the :2ND. GRADE Pauline L. David Acuff John Owen Byrd up .
Frank Duhberly. available "liner side of the streets as provided
tell, Timothy I that day. No tee were Slate
who will be a high ichool senior event a student falls to find his I I Daniel Gordon Graham Frederick Steward jcne Floyd Al Glddcns Mik each time earth had to be shaped by law. I I Kiwanians
of the freshman i t list, he should report !I Karen Darlene Barnard, Christ t; Randal 10
ume on )rower, Glen Jones
Jimmy Harley Guest, Eugene Byron Lov. to gel the bill up to the desired! The Commission approved arc. i' (Continued from Page One)
'clad; and Jan, who will be In the mmedlalely to the office for as. Cheryl Bdiannnn, Patricia Jo Am toward Jones, Mike Joyce Billy and Wil-
William semblance Land
ell, Charles Pelt on Lynch iclRhth. However some Iciest by the Fcrnandlna Beach I gift certificate;
4th grade, They are memberi of ilgnment 'Vernon' New Claude! Edward: Nix Brewer Patricia Ann Carter, Sher Ottrell, Jchn Lleyd Jeffrey Page f golf resulted and they ""ei Golf: Association to raise out-of. Hams, fifth liquor; Deckraftcrs.
\ Motliodlst Church I Studcnti In the 7th and 8th gradesire rl Darlene Carver, Siisin Dcnsi) 'Joyd Kenneth Roland Kim Stew ,
the Beach
Willis knlekrs Fe-rnancllna
the fees
Wayne Stephen Spivey I sent so far as to affect own fees and to adopt \fixed picture frames
The"high ichool building! wll' to report to the auditorium for I. Ferrel Trowcll Mark Anthony Davis Patricia Ann Hall, McllndiMccks ut, John Turner Thomas Wesley plus-fouri as they were tilled 'or annual memberships for local Vewa-Leader, printed stillonary.;

,ppf n' at B am. Monday, y.olthIwelcntl kl nstructloni and assignments. Reed! Carol Ann Fullard Theresa I Deborah Anne Johnson Mclntosh' Chris Billey, Debrt Ahlch the Hageni an dtl-e Jrnei ol golfers John T Ferreira $2500: and
reporting directly to the for the new school term Peggy Ann O'Neal, Nancy Jew llalock Donna Bunker, Llndr I Maxwells, $2300
Teachers I Ann Guest Susan Phyllis Jones hat day wore Since that time The rates proposed were $1.50' Dixieland and
auditorium for in assembly pro Mil be: Lewis Bean, assistant I Tammy Sue King Cindy Kay Phelps Linda Dall Rowland Pitrlcla Faye Crewi, Gayle Harris, Deinnf have played golf off and on, never .!

'jtrajfl ,A regular schedule classes/ principal' and Industrial Arts: Asa' Long Darlene Elizabeth Richards I Lynn Sheffield Debra Sue Marie Lancaster, Robin Lee De 'oo well but I feel that there Irstill

will follow, with dlimisial at t Itklnson, sixth grade; Mrs Fran. i Karen Elaine Rowland Arlene Wilds Marlon Slmms Bevlllc ira Mixon Wanda Sue Mlzell l hope for me I feel this espelally ; ,

pm es Burghardt, sixth grade; Mrs Nathly Scott, Barbara Jean Scott Peter Laurence Catherwood, Ron Barbara Carol Nazworth Annette each time I see Gus Lowen
Members of the teaching; slat Catherine Clarke sixth grade; Pamela Diane Smith and Susan aid Earl Cook Lee Ben Clarke lagan, Lilly Rowland Patsy Ry stein walk out on the tee at the 1964 Tax Roll To Be

and' lubjeeti are: Buslnei Educa Mrs. Anne Duey, sixth grade; Mrs, Elizabeth Tyson III Ernest Jack Davies Marco ils, and Debbie Thornton. ''ocal course each week and ash
tlon. and English, Marjorie Chlldi'EHRllih : 'Dorothy King sixth grade; Mrs Daniel Guest Perry Ray Mttle qusrtcr from any of (the ret
/: Mary Bishop Betsy Dow lubye Hnlllngsworth. firth grade; FIRST GRADE Thelma Lewis Ronald David flyers, Chrlstophe- 4TIL GRADE Terry Bryan ilars with whom he plavs. Gus If Opened For InspectionThe
Mae Wlllluir
d).,"sod Mabel Milton: MithernaHt Mrs. Martha Mitchell fifth grade; Morning session Wayne Lalhrop Bruce Theo Stanley Mae Bcnner, 71 years young\ and still attack
Frances Kelpcr, Donald Nan Mrs Ethel Thornton, fifth grade; Olin Carter, Jr, Charles Del. ey, Paul Kevin Pul ttl, Gler I :Caraway: Brew ton, Darrell Ralph 'he bull with authority, scoring Ir

nay Joe Moore; Science, EllzabrttDrmslcr. Mrs. Melba Whitaker, fifth grade; mus Crews, John Edward Edge Wade Robinson Robert EuReni' 3rown Aubrey Clayton Carter Terr t the low eighties and occasional! Nassau County Tax Roll will) be, opened for Inspection .

Lenda Cook; Biology JIM Bobble Stoker, fifth grade. William llarolil Goolsby, James Tanner Johnny Wayne Townsend rheohrre Jnu rirnnlkon. Cecl'Baines dropping Into the coveted seventies beginning August .list, 1961.
Wilson and Briar Fullwood,
Fred Coots Builnesi Education Miss Dorothy Carpenter, seventh Nell Ilolton, Dean Carl Johnson, James Howard baler, Larry He hits his tee shuts Just as far a?

j -el-! liill., Carl White; Soda trade English and Science; Mrs,. James Kenneth Little Jr? David Elmer Adams : David Richard Geiger he average local ?lnycrs, Is dead, For the convenience of all property owners )living in

Stwllet Ellse LnTallle George PJameson. Myrtle Powers, Girl's P.E, and Clinton Myers. James Michael 2ND. GRADE Anne L. Brttlr Donald Heafner.. Robert Daniel Jackson Andl.'rBlinlIIayworth. Pope .y with!! the chip shot soil an excellent the Callahan Hilliard area, we will be at the County

George Tyson; Spanish eventh grade Math; Lonnie Hol. Price Jimmy Clifton Sweat Jer. William Thnmas Adklns, Char, putter, And pretty Rind a''
Hugh Sides; Home Economics, Anne Ingsworth. seventh grade Ceo- ry Lee Thomas William Wiley Ics Ray Byrd. Garry Michael Ca Elmer Ray Smith, Keith Sweat B arranging the Nassaus before theee.orll. ; Fair Grounds Monday and Tuesday: ', 9 A.M. until 9

Hewci; Girls Physical Ed. Mir; traphyi Miss Ann Jeffords Science,, Tyson, III. Karen Denise Black, son, Ronald Eugene Cobb Stanle' Siry Thrift. Jeffrey Cynthia Urmancc.Allan As I said maybe there' P.M.: August 31st. September 1st.

:iMlntan; Physical Ed and AthletU Cngltib and Math; Mrs. Edith Debra Lynn Brown, Debra Lynn Howard Cuttle Russell Fullwood Carson While Jr. itlll hips for me.
'Director, Wayne Benner; Chorus tohnson eighth grade English; Crosby Betsy Ellen Davis Valencia Donald Lte Gregory. Benny La, Theo Anderson, Sylvia Beugnet For the convenience of all property owners living In
Charles Million; Band JonathaiIHIU. *ohn Plcchoclnskl, Boys PE. and Diane Duhberly, Donna Carol mar llcndrlx. John Steven Hesters Marie Boot Barbira Bonnie Diane! the Fernandina Heath Yulee area, we will: be at the
: .' Driver Education, Anderioi tclence; Miss Luclle Sawyer, LI. Dudley Beverly Annette Golden, William Edgar Lee. Lawrence Brenda Gail Eunice Mills Melanie nueker Nadlnr
Gail Perry Court House Thurs
Court Wednesday
'Burch; DCT, R, Jack Wlngtt; Quid irarlan; John Kelpcr Music; Mrs Sheila Darlene Hesters, Robin Robert Brian Shep, Jones Anne Harvey, Smith Mllzl, Taylor, Judy Taylor Room County ,
William Piper
lance.ftuth: Edwflcld; Librarian Ionise Walker Special Education; Marie Jones Janet Faye Joyce., hard, David Earl Snowden Jame; Deborah Ann Scott, and Bonnie Rebecca Walls, Anthnny Brown day, l Friday, 9 A.M.: until J 9) 1>.:\\1., S ]lJi eml>er 2nd, 3rd,

:Anna: Sclhcr; Social Studies aAi Mrs. Louise Webb, seventh and Lisa Jean Lehman. and Debra William Thrift Robby Rnbertsor Jean Taylor Steven Burton Michael Gill, Tho 4th. .',

Assistant Principal Robert SlaverSehgol' Ighth grade Math;' Mrs Janlnc Louise Robinson Todd. Charles Miller Tomlinson 4th. GRADE Lhida Brubaker mas Godwin David Hardee, Andrew

; ) secretary, Myrtle Johnson, -'jet, Homemaking; Miss Jane Ito III, John Wesley Odnm, Patricia Muriel Lisa Catherwood LuAnn hunt Randy Kltlre'l.' Vat Saturday, September 5lh, Lnbor Day, September 7th,

J JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLs "'erts, eighth grade History. FIRST_GRADE Cleo W. Cook Jean Alversen, Llndi Kay An- Marie! Dnckery, Linda Darlene Leo, Jr, James Maya, William open to all property owners in the county. Saturday!
the. 'wrts. eighth grade history WII. Afternoon session I Fllnbclh Harrl Morris, Gerald Rnbcits, Rnnd;' '
Robert B. Johnson assumes Klmbcrly Anne! Grcaory Sherry
drown Gaster
Burns, i hours will be from 9 A.M.: until 6 P.M. Labor Day 9
'position of principal at Femindlnt lam Blaine sciencerERNANDlNA Timothy Austin Karen Alison Lawrence Lynn son Linda Card Johnson Patricia >Scott John Stillwll, A nl lions

.Beach Junior High School afte! BEACH: ELF.MFN. Douglas Ray Carter Dnnnlo Floyd, Marie! MrClrllnn. Jenny Lynn Nobles Elaine Jones Pntilela Marlene Vaughn: Jonathan Willlims and I A.M.: until 6 P.M.

'servlnn fifteen years In the Callahan TART SCHOOL Michael HUkox Jnrt Hollls Don- Robin Gnle CTLeary, Tent Nliklewm Deborah Lynn Porker 3jry Hjers. I
: School. He was a teacher then Mrs. Mary Libby principal 1 of aid Ray Klein Scott Lowborn Marie Parkcs, Baibnra Baynepyrcn Dlnnna Lynn Powell Betty Sin For n review of your new assessment yon MUST fill

ifor four years and was.prlnclpaor he Fernandina Bench Elementary Lonnle Nell Little Dnnnle fiche' : Cathy Lynn Sehrorder, I Swept, Deborah, Gall l Thomson 4TII. GRADE Mary Tom Ward out the form you receive in the mail. This has to be
..l ira.:. ., frhool.\ announces that the first. Nabnri" William Monroe Turns: AVT Anita \I ; Tuton.,, Jin Mirlr
( the psn> i v a.y -T"Jle Pnmila Jem Sinning Nancy Elaine Beth Anderson, Kathy Dahl Pen. done ill order to have an orderly review lining this
11\ David Sirmans
and Smith.
was born in Ray City Gel ell will ring each' day at 8 10 | Austin ,, Geneva. Wilson and Cindy Ann Ilcrrlng- I Rumple, Lennon Stephen ,nram'h.j'i iI I I De.horah form with >uu so we can pull the right card. We
graduated from \high schoilJlbere. 'he tardy bell 11\11:": Thfi morn:r Bobby Russell SMt I dough Je Are 'lope Britten Jovee (Cannon
I David Wayne
Sand Helen I ton \\1LL NOT have time to fill the form out for
He received ,his Bacholo) n( session for first graders only' Vanessa Gall Crews, Byrd'j 1! Ion Crews, Dean David Fre l'h Daniel Joan Marie Guest you.
and Maulers decrees at the Unlveif,' ;:vlll be from 8:15: until 12:IS, with I Lola Ann Haven, Judy Dcnlio 3RD. GRADE Luclle Dixon Thomas Edward Hatton. Phillip |I'Edna Ruth Kcnshaw PMriila With your cooperation we can serve you faster

:Islly of Georgia. with' majors i II .he afternoon session beginning at. men Dorothy Sherrle Jones, ; I, Kenny' Barnard. H bert Davies I Martin Jones John Laurie fluid !lynn Moore, Florence Portia Dibble
Job Anne '' Linda If we can answer your questions\ atllractorllY you
ther Lee Lisa Owens Jimmy Forrest Cailton Freeman Rodeffcr. Rlv.: Snowden, Tcml Re bis,

F iriininWl E ""aNEAIn Thrllt and P.itrlclrf Lynn WalhktFIRST Eugene Hall Dennis Halfn Lan III mond, henry Andrew DewKt Sterling Charles| Faye Thurntin, Sheila Lynn Hy won't h \'e'to meet with the Itoarttf\ EqualizAtion.

GRADE Margaret' ry livers, Ted Jennings Billy Keller Loren Stmson Clifford Leonard | ere. Arlene Urm-'iit'c, Debra Ann .If you are not satisfied after talking with' us you have

Afternoon- irulonYllllim I Dunne Mceks, Stevlc Mase walls! Jr". Joseph Bross Taylor. Wallace, Diane While! Ray Aim- .the right 'to apopur before the Hoard of Equalization .

I I Tvvon -Hoover Alscpt Ricky Bobby Peters, Steve Pltkett Robert Leonard Allen Thompson Mark tin, Gerald Burford Charles Jcwel.Stanll'y for their final decision.
Our precisionis / \ Lee Thrift Teresa Alsept Denier f Lemicki, Jimmy Long
a Charles Samuel Stephen Tomes, Bjrry
1II1Iii. : ttamn Andrews Duets Fred Gall Anderson Lynn Forehand "Walls Michael Wajhrliihl, Donald I I Steven Lynch, Barry MtKcndree,, Thank You For Your (Cooperation
Curl Eugene
Peggy: Galphln, Mirsha Gcraghly. and Carl IIInryWoode. Bvron Pikuln, David Allan Rus
your bestprotection Earl Wilder
l, N ; I Wayne Dnlson Joseph" Donald 1 1I
Donna lace llaselden Mary Ann roll Paul Sapp. Mike Tallon Oitli
I I Candy, David Randall Hay mi'n. fonts Pamela Jmos, !Susan! I.It : C. Teslon. Jr., Terry Wntklns, and EDDIE McKENDREE
| David Leper Edward Gene ) j jInn
Charles ties, Sharon Nichols, Pebble Nick-' 4TII GRADE Margaret C1nrk.. Johnnie WilliamsonWater ,
Pirkcr Taylor
I Patlcrscn less, Crystal (ONcal Falrklfnuikclcschel.

a I I' Yon can always have Jacob Samuel Welnauu Wallace, Mont Thrift Corlll'rlllht'Wlnllatl' lliymond; Wanda Rvals, Mellnda Joann Boyett,. Bobby Corper, ', containing only a small TAX' ASSESSOR

e complete confidence In the Carol Beckett. Sweet Judy Tiiompson; Elizabeth Gondlmt, Sabolna Jtnes percentage; of prtasklum cyanide
w Trudy Nancy While and Jiyec Mirlor Lilly King KatM l Melts, Patricia j Kill dissolve silver end gold
accuracy with which your Laura Bellna \Duncum KatherlneHnsdilcn. -
I bun Lynn Mutlafa. Adams \i3UD. I

e registered pharmacist fills Fll/ubelh ,Cannelte illpliy, Shcrvl GRADE Allvson O&lilSlicryl

i your doctor's prescrlpllon.4DDouncing Ann RUMP!!, Anna Maria SaulsShelvy Ann Bnyrtt, Shorn +Jtii

1, F.llie Thrift Mailinv Sue; Carter, Mm'la (nrta Dumas JanIs

Walters and Michael Anthony(\ I Lynn Doimluily, Theresa Lyn;

King, Dress, IJJI bra Dlnnne : Elilne I Ihat's icy, ;JJ.ml
We work with a com. JI1pplete MUST GRMIF Geraldine S.

itcyk of fresh, 1-* Hauls Afternoon e.slon.Mnillia'lUth' Diane\ Jjnninus.' Pjnwln Mjr'iKliul.i'Sbjllcy Culh'; Aa, ? e S r a f 1M, r WI l .
pharntareutlciAa + ; Joyce( Mufclry> ,
pure ((55 I Airtiews.Gloria i

: for your 5wk6t. i? 1 (Darlene lotiph:; Lnurel Comp' Lynne Inml; Cox,,Annette liken; ;: j i i critic abase Jean Jnvcc: Reid Ellen filxle.Thlisfc\ Ann, CM'Ken'':' JUST SAYy"HOUSE-WAnMER"

health.SIEGER Louise Thorn. VVillelle V '
di Ann Gibbs. Jeanl Louisa Had-1 I t'or'
dock Vliglnla Gail Hnnna. Allot I Wuav Kathy Dlnnne Wilds, : for oil service
Ann Jones. Lucle Irene Jones, Mac Williams, Dtviel Monroe Burbank dependable heating
I Leo Crvrtrr, VAII
DRUG CO. llnda Addle Moore Katherine Ham Owen Duhbirlv, lliriflrdVi'\ .
Jofcph (!(lens nre tun. Oils l\Ie'l\ I | .1
Gillinrd, Steven r,1'nL'.1 J 4
: W AllnnJ'f Ave.S linn Brewer, Gerald Lee (' I Vincenthnllcy mar 11111Hewe\ r ; As dependable as Standard Heating Oil
Hill. Mercury I
Phones Jdl-,1237 Clifford!
\Henry Ji'nes. H. l>i anlli'y I.onj.(!
Kaxoiiklls. John!, Drreik Miller, itself is Standard's automatic all-winter
Willis Miimliew, Imry Jet'
Samuel Erwin Renslnw Jr Jrna. ,
Womlrow ward Net1c, Himly IMinit I'r't. : delivery service. Just call for
Stan: Rowland.
I '
I Tommy Sio lino, Jjini-n Artl\
Alan Tnipley. Terry '
Sweat, Keith Taylor, Mlelnel' Ui-ed Vbeurcnd Nouse-Warmer service. Your family ,
and James Randall
Milton Taylor Ueoilure Erne't Wallace '
: ::: and 4io r
Thompson.2ND III. will enjoy cozy, healthful comfort all
I ; GRADE Mildred Camp
GRADE Frankie ClfmeB i winter So
JRD long. 'phone today-get
brll.I .
WE ARE FRANCHISE DEALER Bonus Faye Harris, Melba Jo Laura Lynn IU
I i' Ann HIckox.l Jot Michele Javnes.Tcesa I Ii Walotk. Ada Marie Car 4.'c winter heating problems off your mind.

FOR i Edith Mellon Florence I I tcriiarutlii.Vl! Carver PisylHJean I
Ellen Ml/ell. Patlerli Ann Pick- CiU'if.1' ?**'!p Ann Dudley I h You can "charge it" with your

| Robin Joy Roberts Barbara Shannon HaniP: II terms. EvclyJeanplle ,p' 7 :
BELL & HOWELL | dt.Eilen; Schranti, Donna L>'nn Sinn, Malone Ilubnra. SuMelvln. + + Standard Credit Card-and spread

Swea, Cjnthla Lou Toy D lira ,IIMII Music, Viet -
r nibcren payments over eight months!
CamerasMovie Cameras lor, Wanda Jonnne Teuton, Vickiei l hnn Saumlerscm. Cornc-lla If a'4 '
Schema IniiKcnc
i Sue' Turner, Nina Kay llilehelnr, Smith
Slide Projectors Movie ProjectorsAll Albert' Joseph Crnwley, Daniel Sur Sonya Tavlor, 1.\\ Miller Forehand Richard Edward Branch Charles (Icnehml Brcwe.Steven \ .
Accessories Winston Steven Graham Divld' Cnsun, ReorRc Ode'

Gatnhln William Wleky Herbert, Dirrel Chanrey. Alfred( Ravmund GilllardDi H. F. STONE JR. Agent
nald William I ineaslcr, Wile'
Stephen llollev, Caimle Alexander!
In Hull Carl Fred Johnion Jr. Mark Mitchell I.CP, Jnmcs Wallace 1.1'\1' Fernandina Beach Florida
Roger Johnson. Ricky VMmlle In. Louis D.inicl Lowe, llcnr: ,

Frances Keith Southwell' Gardner Mac,Donald, Charles Wen
For I Paul Fiedi-rle Stewart John Milton Icy Sellers William IUi sll Shank We take better can of
Tnnmr, fII: I,1I'1' t'lnYl
Eugene Daniel < '
White,Thurnlon\Harold Kirk Wilder and Vln/nnt. James Rosen Hurl auLarry .... your comfort STANDARD

Michael Nazworth. May M.IUP: t
IF.Come Gary

and FreeLiterature I 2ND: GRADE Willie Harper I welder BED GRADE Kay Mack ::14 Y

I Mary Nell Carver Nancy Elizabeth Darll A'diy Llnd r
: Ccnek. Janice Deane Crc Law'
I hnra Gladys Douglass ana Cynthia Jo Mint Rtmona Hal ,.
i Ann Green Valerie Lynn II ud- a
French !Marl!>'n Geneva Gixidmn
504 Ash St. skim Melissa Joyce Lay Maureen
Diana Joyce lljjes, Susan Hume'
I Aiirella Leary, Cathy Anita Perry.
LaTaillc. Martin Christine Lucas
crud Thuth To Merle Norman Rita Carol Ragan, Lydia Diane
Diane McClaln. Jan Louise
.CciM tIe &_10. .Phone 261-4.W: i Stud tlll, June Marie Wiyb fight Kathy Miller Ruth Diane Mixon, Dar

\ ,,' Brenda Sue Williams. barf Caroline Pcndlctoo, Shirley




Springer Thurston E. Towni, News-Lender, Fernandirm Bench, Florida Thursday, August 27, 1961 "" Page, : Three
Nassau School B. Barbara P. Nan.
''H. Harm -- --- ------- --

Jeanette C. Flncannon. Robert from those In the audience and
Staffs For '6465Ffriundin E. Fincannon, Jacqueline Gas.kins 'County Commission Ernest Davis manager of thKayonlei Mattson At Turf-

I Gall M. Hcrster Alan B. Southeast Timber Divli Association Meeting
Johnson. A. David .
Philip Maybcrry
(Continued from Page One) Ion said that It was the derlslo
BelCh High Scncol P. Page. Verla L. Carrett. Judy In Gainesville
and responsibility of the Buard.I .
gclhcr In harmony and added thai
Principal: Albert H. Ilumph B. Jones Robert Y Bostwlch, and
he had a qualified man In mliul Davis noted that the possiullit Kcl: head .
Secretary: Myrtle B. Johnson Margaret H. Townsend I 1 Mutlxon pro al the Fer.nmidina
Classroom tcacheri: Robert SStover Bus Drivers: R. J. Crosby, Ruth for mnd superintendent.I'oole. ,1of combining the two jobs sound Beach Golf Course, Is In

Jonathan H. Hill Wayne J. Evalt W. N. Groover, EstellcC at this time. a
W, Bcnncr Anna S. Sether, Fred Mobley. Donald M. Skipper, and If the man he had In In favor of cutting out of the bud the Florida Turf Grass Assocla-
get rather than adding to He ;
mind was his nephew HlKRin.bolhain lion
L. Cook. Marjorie A. Child*. Helen S. Scott. I I
Mabel! B. Milton. Janice S. llollis,, j Maids and Custodian: Dulsoy B. answered that this was so I asked If the requirements of Sill'll 1 Members of the Association will

Donald L. Nanney Elizabeth C... White Margaret Mobley and John but lh.it he would recommend him Job has been determined or the attend a short course given bv: the

Dressier, Elise H. LaTallle George H. Hertey.CallahM to anyone In need of a man will) salaiy I Extension Division of the University
Davis went to ask about the
his abilities.Hlgglnbothim. of Florida.
P. Jameson. Hugh D. Sides, Ruth
I High School Personnel additional $31 or $32.QUO the Board ..
N. Edenfleld George E. Tyson, said that his ne.
Principal: James M Davis has proposed for the road and
Mary E. Minion, Anne M. Howes, phew was making $11000 a year .
ers arc adding unnecessary (axel.He
I Secretary: Emma L Tew I bridge fund and where this money
Lcmla H. Cook, Charlei D. Mlllson, In this t>'no work at this lime but urged caution In preparing the
I Classroom Teachers': John L, was to go. He asked also what
Anderson E Burch Francci DI.lc I that ho would accept the Job at I budget/ for all county agencies
Doring James E Stern Bobby S. savings would result from the
Bemy A. Gowdv. Duel J. less money because he preform!
so to avoid
I as a possible backlash
Garvln Lucille B. Colsen Cleo I closing of the county prison farm
Wlniio/ Carl B, White Mary Bishop living In this county and prefer- from the rltlrent. '
Mitchell. Mary F, Pctree Sue B. I and If free labor would have to
Frances Kelpcr and Joe ably around Milliard
Ray (Caldwcll Nc\\s-Lender editor
I Marsh, Mary W. Brown, Catharine he hired to rephce the prison
Moore. I'emmliiBloncr Herb Me'Kendrrp.of declined
W Kramer Dolores D. Lone, Betty labor.He. to comment laying
Maids and Janitor: Ludlo Turner, J. Atchley. Viola M. McCormlek Yulec, who goes out of olflrc In clrrlfled that he was representlng that his only purpose at the meetIng -
Carrie M. Randolph and Gerildlnc Jamiiuy, said that he did nut hive was for reporting only
Leona M. Davis June K.: Page, I the Nassau County Taxpayers
W. Hlgdon.Fernandlna. Glenn C Long Lourllla B. Stokes, too much to say on the mutter Association mid that he I Alter all discussion was heard.
Beach Junior High since hn replacement would have of unlibudget Pimle said that the original decision
Paul M. McMillan Elizabeth A. was not In favor waiting
School Personnel to work with whoever was hired I of the Bonrd was to hire a
Woolens, Elizabeth C. Harrison, THESE BOYS AM)) GIRLS were all Mudents of I'lay School taught by The Heart was drawn up and the
Principal: Robert B. Johnson for the next four years. He did before the county engineer to head the road I
Davis S. William A. Kirk. advertised context
Taylor, hearing
Secretary: Doris M. Beard Shirley M. Shave, Elton E. Folson School of Dancing. Shown in costume as they appeared In the Itean School Annual say however that he did nut of the budget should be discussed. department and that the job was

Classroom Teachers: Lewis M Patricia C. Williams, Ann H, Jef. Roue held May :31 this year, are, first row, left to rltfht/ : Lynn Clarke, Laura Lynn lavor voting for a road superintendent advertised as such.He -

Bean Edith H. Johnson, Louise C fords Linda F. Reeder Wesley W, Strickland, Julie Harrison, Claire Fiala, Janet Jones and Mary Fiar. Second row, at this time until he had I Also from the audience, O. W said th.it If the job Is spilt up

Webb Lonnle M. HolllngsuorlhRubye Roberts Mary L. Brannon and left to right; Stephen Bean, Michael Gay, David Bean, Mike Drown and Chuck checked Into the matter further. "Pop" Bell of Callahan cited that and the engineer's power l Is taken

E. Holllngsworth Melba P. Thomas E. Brannon. Strickland. (Adv.) He cited that he did not want to the board was evidently nut Ir allOY then you're not following original
Whltaker Anne B. Duey, Janlne L repeat a mistake made In a road .
Bus Drivers: Betty M. Boyd, Photo bv E II. Pnlllpt. harmony and that no one could : plans.Galphln
Lee, John J. Plechoclnsl l, Frances ---- ---- -- -- of
superintendent a number yeaI'Iallo. also neted thaI there
Nellie W. Boyd, Ellis L. Conner woik under; a board that was mil
II. Burghardt, Dorothy E. Carpenter L. A Pcrpall, Oscar T, Vunzint Blue Martha J Owens, Minnie T. the Clumber membership, will be In unanimous endorsement of their had apparently been a change In

Bobble J .Stoker Martha L Thclma Vanzant, and R. D Hoimes. Cluster. Willltim K. Jackson, Mar.gaict i Chamber Plans turned on Sept. 21. MiKemlrcc added that he would I employment. Ho added that two opinions, since the Initial discus,

Mitchell Annie L. Sawyer! Kather. S. WlllUnix, Ruth W, McCaa. ChamlxT manager/ John Keirsey go along with a combination cuun'i new men will come on the board sion of I the Jllb.11iJllnholham.
Inc H Clarke Myrtle D. Willie M. Jessie M. i (< Maid and Janitors: Erma D. kill, Myers. ty In January and that they may not
Louise B Walker, Dorothy powerl.l. Jones, David E. Johnson, and \Mill- I I'I Thomas, Lillian D King, CharlesL. noted that the pro. gave Ins' monthly repoit In which rector. I, be In agieemenl with any act Urn 'or both nil engineer and IlIjll'tln.1l'lIlh'nl .
lie told of the work to date I II
John E Asa I Include on promotion
bert Kelpcr jected plans the
B. Ta lor. Her. pecurmK citing that he held olf
Senetta airge
B. Mattox Albert of
i Thonvis
age > Commissioner Jim taken at this 11m!!.
klnson Jr. and Ethel Thorn of full-time of the Biecuneer: Trail und I,
W a capable public relations ,
delegation from his
'I bert G. Houston Caroljn L JumcH area
School Personnel Callahan, chairman of the hoard
Milliard High
: thai
I said Hint a meeting/ Is slated In I Bell also suggested Ihl'y1I'rl'
ton. man to gpcaihcud the rflorlsto I who
Beverly A. Rice. Chailes D. Me. wanted to attend the meeting
said that he lived In the district
Bus Drivers: James H. White Principal: Melton G, Revel) I attract additional tourists, In. Cocoa Bench for midSeptember.He 'Irjlng to hire a man for a und
Is.ido II. Gilynrd L. puxh for a rood suiwrlnlcndent
he -
Coy with the nioHt roads and Unit
Lillian Mlkkelsen added Hint Chamber Job that not an yet' firmly
Jr., Hugh D Arnold Wlllard W. Secretary: diiNlry etc. r'prl'N'n.htlvI'1 was .
Classroom Teachers Paul E. I Pollard Mary E. Gamble, and Robert I rum Kast Coast cities will favored hiring two men an engineer created und that application for
Rowland, Thclma A. Dougherty, : Col,
R Manning. | Bailey asked Tom Ttlmun for a I K: V iiiicln Hpoke up from
Gladys J. Gragg Roy W. Howard Blaln Lamnr Hlgglnbotham Mable I bo piesetil at the met'ting.Kclrscy / and a road superintendent such a pioiMised! job wero not In
Bus Olivers repoit c.n (he reeenl promotion for niidiiiue und urged thltt a
Joseph Ulcho
: Roy with each to reeelvc W.tXW a year
W. Wells, Nettle A. Rex ell. Helen order at this time.J .
Howard and Hilda MValero. .
Everett E. nUrd th.il fixhlnK bro.churc
Terry. Jr, and Ruliy H. While the J MIIII'nlh'hld!! to trxul the He noted Hint the engineer/ could countv cnuinecT/ be lilted and let
Alexander, Eugenia A. Wallace, Malcls and Janilois: E\crlcna W 1 Buccaneer Trail. Tllmun chairman pi oofs have been okayed and agent. S. (Jimmy) Stcvcnx, who will him Kcleit'' his own' superintendent
Maid and Janitor: Virginia Jones Clara D. Black. Elsie M Willis, I (he brocliiues will be ready fur de. sei\e BS assume MiKemliee's pout, In January -
Morris, Catherine W If'clm' Alex.andcr of the piomolum told of all the ae. Thomas said (hut he recommendrd !- In this wuy the Board could Icmko
and Samuel 0. Dorsev Fred McSwaln Helen D. Fll. Joe lively In the future asked which of the two men
near I
C, Hill and Selma J. Jack. llvltles of the Chamber In enter Beaid engineer und one mini for the whole plutura,
as county
Fernandlna Beach Elementary B Mills Nina J. Mercer Evel>nWcsslnger a road superintendent or un engineer
son. talnlng the James T. Parlmms of Louis Fc-rrcira sugucttcd that the Bill Johnson an road superintend Thomas MiKneslccI at this point
School Personnel Glendi J. Waldrnp. Wll- lijpevlllc Ga,, an occupants of the Chamber might well become familiar If hired, would attend Board hat since nothing was being accomplished
Principal: Mary M. Libby lam E. Lllcs, Dixie A. Moltcrn, Pine Forest Cnmmnluty School S Millionth cir. with eflints( by fishing Inter ent. meetings and bo responsible to the matter be defer

Secretary; Betty P. Anderson Thomas D. Maney, Mabel W Kct- Personnel It was agreed by those In attend ests to "promote I tho catching I of the Commissioner W. N. Galphln the members.Thomai cd to another meeting at a later
Classroom Teachers: Luc lie P. chum Charlei H. Ketchum, Lewis Principal: Albert B Williams 'I I said that he could not go along both
ance that the promotion was high Royal Red shrimp In the more dis. said he felt that date and this wai approved. Date
Dixon, Cleo W Cook Ann B. DanIcl E. MacCarter, Anne H Moore, with that proposal and said that
Secretary: Mildred D. Coaklcy I: I ly successful and brought consider, tant offshore waters. should attend but Hlgglnbotham Cor such i meeting was not set;
Thomas and Suian K. Such- he favored one man In charge of
Frances S, Dudley Pauline L. Berry
would be ---- -- ------- --
Classroom Teachers: Emmltt G.I I able favorable publicity to this city. Hydle Peterson concurred that the entire county road operation. suggested that there no
Stewart. Thelma W. Lewis, Margaret rest. I
W Tyson Mildred K .Camp- Bui Driven: Fred L. Bray Jew. Coakley, Mary E. Benjamin, Her. EldridKe: Partln, as chairman of the flslimg for the larger shrimp McKcndrce noted that the pres.cnt real need for either to attend the CLERK.TYPIST '

Arnold nice C. Hicks. Clara D. Jones. the nominating committee report I If proven feasible duo to the ex. road A. L. meetings.
bell, Mary W. Ward, Hazel K. ell _A. Crews, Bert Gelger, superintendent
General Office
ed that he, G. H Waas Jr., and frt'.ne depth In which they arc John F. (Fred) Armstrong, who Typing;
Eason, Margaret Clarkson Willie 1. Robinson, J. F, Scussel, and i Johnnie M. Fisher Eleanor M. Scussell, would be available until
Buddy Klnscr had a slate to re. found would be 'a boon to the economy will assume Thomas' post In Jan. andReceptionist's
W. Harper, Geraldine S. Norrls Harry Vanzant I Simmons, Elise M. Williams, Judy I his retirement at the end of the
Ruth C. Keeney, Allyson D O walt. Custodian: H. C. Davis M. Morgan, Elizabeth W. Tlsdale commend for the Chamber's choice of this area. year to which Thomas replied uary, said that he favored two Duties

Anne L. Bettls, Carol J. Woods, Peck High School Personnel Ernie T. Albert Ortheola M Hooks, of directors for the coming year. Ray Caldwcll also suggcotcd that that he would like to hire a new separate Jobi and that the Civil I Excellent working condition and,

Frankie R. Clement. Linda T Bru. Principal: W. D. Hicks Mary W. Traceye Eileen D. Houston The names Partln listed were asfollows' the Chamber should explore the ,I superintendent now to work with Defense post should be added to unlimited opportunity for advancement.

baker, Dorothy T. Bryan Mary W. Secretary: Rutha P. Morgan Bernard E. Bryant Bettlc A. : John Hooper. Burns Bailey possibility of having Fcrnandlna! Scul ell for the remainder of the the engineer's duties. :I !. Liberal employed'

Bailey, and Kay H. Black*elder. Classroom Teachers1: Edward R Gilbert, and Buford B. Ward. Diek Galphin. Robert Ferrelra, Beach declared a free port as a year. : Thomas. asked the two III'WlmenI bciclils: Including retirement

Maids: and Janitor: Alice Smith Morgan, Alice B. Card Corlnnc B Maid and Janitor, Willie M. Roberts D. W. (Beanoi Roberts K. W, RobIson big step forwtrd toward a greater In bucking up Hlgulnuollmm In attendance If they hud an opinion plan profit tliarlng group 'Insurance :

and Freddie Smith. Kennedy, Earl B. Simpson Esther and Marvin Jones. John MeClanc and Bob use of the fine local hal bor. Thomai xalil that he felt that hoHlgiilnbolham on the t matter und Llo>d Her.rln I paid vacation, holidays.

Yulee High School Personnel M. Person Edyth J. Thurston, Bryant Academy School: Personnel You nil. The directors, as chosen by_ A representative of the Florida ( ) should have with. I : ol 1 :the Callahan: Iteenrd.:: sulcl I APPLY ,
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Principal: John D. Thomas Josephine H. Wire Fransccna M, Principal: James B Bryant Tlmes-Unlon, Miss Virginia Wll- drawn from the board! and liken that his thief eoneetn was not' Jincnil Accrptunce
Secretary: Jessie S. Quarterman Jacobs. Willie M. Ashley. Calvin I IC. Secretary: Elizabeth A. Harvey Bridges, Barbara R. Burns, and I lams, solicited the Chamber to take the superintendent's Job himself with the Join under dltiusslnnHe ATLANTIC AVE.

Classroom Teachers.: Melvln D. X Gibbs, Johnnie L. Robinson, Classroom Teichers: Frances J. Otis C. Mvbley. an advertisement In the However, Thomas added, ho felt noted that the 1 people of the FrRNANDINA: \ HKWH: ,
Hester, Leon E. Nail, Thelma G. David M Rogers Horace Hnlllday llolliday. Cl.ira M Jenkins Thomas Him Drivers: General Co ton and I loflth anniversary edillnn upcumlll.1 that Johnson was the next best county are too concerned with I 1'IOltIDA

Godfrey. Ernestine W. Page, Helen Irma J. Tclfalr Beatrice W. Hill. A, Blue Jr. Flora R. Tyler, Frank Bessie! Mitchell paper. No acllun was choice the present reassessment progtam I 211-mHl; :

H. Stalls Betty J. Haglns. Robert Ramona R. Plnkney, Christine W Owens Ella M Rieho, Annette C Janitor: Robert Jones. ing further discussion. Thnma* asked for expressions I unless they leel office ,hold- I

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Four' 7'?'ivli.M>aJt'r. F'erliltlllilnenre] ; F'nrt; :< 'Thursday l Angti't 27, Wfii

I Mrs. BarniaK is Bride of August 16 J Miss'Carol Hall Bride of Robert Jordon'Mina

Bethany Workers Hostess To Edith

Have Cook-Out Engaged ToWed Flood CircleThe Carol Hall, daughter of I silk Illusion was attached to I
I Mr. and Mrs Charles A. Hall of crown of seed pearls and Irrldcs-

At ,Justice HomeThe Mr. and Mrs. Ray Duncan, of 26 Edith Flood Circle of the tits city, became the bride of Robert cents She carried I cascade bouquet .
+ Jordon of Jacksonville In of white Frenched carnations
b Egana Meadows, announce the engagement Memorial Methodist Church metal R.
Bethany Workers Sunda and forthcoming mar. the home of Mrs. Isabelle Bar.nlak a double ring ceremony Saturday, centered with a while orchid
School Clan of he First Baptist Michael's Catholic While were caught In
riage of their daughter Glenda on August/ 18. \\\H\ / ist 1.1 at SI. pompons
Chuich met at the home of Mrs. Church: Rev, Father McLusky ofdelated Lose Knots In the long snlin
Ann, to Robert Lamar Molt sun ol The was given by; I
Faye Justice on August 18, for a Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Molt, 1132 Miss Kathleen Davis whose theme at three o'clock streamers.
cook-out. Mm, Muriel Ncllson gprv. It ti Brsr The bridegroom Is the son of Immediately follow Ing the cure
North nth Street wan, "Love and Undcrstdndlng"
rd as..ro-noslesa. Miss Duncan Is a student at Kcrnandlna THi Missionary Education pro. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Jordon mousy a reception was held In SI.
A delirious, meal was nerved on School. I 4', b4s < sir al also of Jacksonville. I Josephs Hall.
Beach High/ gram wan presented by Mrs Lucile
the of the Justice Gloria rendered Mrs Hall, mother of the bride,
lovely patio of LaGrange I I Mrs Bradley a
Mr. Mott lea graduate Dyal using Interesting articles on:
home School LsCiraugo program of nuptial music at the greeted guests In a two piece en.
High/ Pecan, Mexico As the subject
Mrs. Lloyd Wollcrs opened the Georgia After serving. three years I The minutes were read and crass and accompanied Ed lila.honey ". scmble of beige silk, worn will
meeting will and ap. as he sung "Ave Maria. matching! accessories and a tor-
In the V.) S. Nuvy, ho Is now empleyccl proved and the treasurer's ,
d report deal;
the-cl.isn president!, Mrs. Mildred 35i .' at Container Corporation ol l f The altar was beautifully, sago\: of pink carnal lOlls.
Mrs .
Leona Hansen
was given by
Klttrrll led, (ho devotional using 'i1&r America. &i1 orated with baskets of white gladioli Mrs. Jordon chose fur her eon'swmddmg

the 2JI d. Psalm as her bible text. Wedding plans will be announced The circle reported having made r yb uerB and chrysanthemums accented a two piece summer Milt
nine vlxlls. and members were reminded a e .. She:
The class repeated the Lord's with native greenery cf blue printed silk. wore
Pranr r.ln unl
The minutes of the previous I Mrs. Baldwin Makes bo held on August 24. 1 a 1 na, b rr matron of bonus and Mrs, carnation corsage.

read and Official Visit To Hostesses for next month's meetIng Helen Lyons was brldcsmatron I The brides table was covered
meeting were approved( $ a
will be Mrs. Lucile Dyal and ra r+Y'{, They wore dresses made on Id.l I with white tart eta overlaid with
and the various reports were given p4ppg b h
The group captains reported on the I Pythian Sisters Mrs. Becky Lay. entlcal lines designed with mold. net. Toe tiered wedding coke,

coniacli made during the month, u The meeting was adjourned with ed bodice and bell-shaped skirt. flanked with single/ tapers In silver .
Sisters of Fernandina
the Benediction, and delicious Their hcedplcce was a halo of camltchuldcrs was encircled
and a nominating committee was refrcshnunts I
Has Temple 7 met In regular/ session served self material with matching blush with clusters of pink Sweetheart:
appointed to select the officer for Episcopal Group were
II Monday evening at the Masonic
veil, Mrs. Collie wore night-light roses entwined In garl.imls! : ot'
the ensuing year. Luau AtBurns' Temple, with District Deputy
Saturday blue and carried a cascade ar.
Delicious! refreshments of homemade Grand Chief Mrs Louise Baldwin Birthday Party rangemcnts of blue Frenched car. I fernMiss Frances Hlgglnbothnm and

ice cream and cake was Beach Home I of Jacksonville making her official Honors Jay and nflions Mrs. Lyons wore pink and I Mrs E, L. McDaniel served coke
served to the eleven members present visit to the Temple. '
of French.
carried a bouquet pink and Mrs Ben Snrcnscn middaughter
The beach home of Mr and Mrs
at the close of the meeting. !
Mrs Baldwin used 'Inspiration"ai Jeff Armstrong I
Paul Burns the I cd carnations. Miss Laura Snrcnseii,
provided setting the subject of her talk empha. I I Herbert! Jordon was best man presided at the punch bowl.
Saturday evening for I luau for Mr. and !Mrs.\ James A. Arm. ? I
Garden Clubs ToHaverRummage siting the purpose and guiding ? for his brother and ushers were For their wedding trip to Day.
members of St. Peter's Episcopal
thoughts In this fraternal order. strong entertained their sons with t .Q rn Chuck )Hall brother of the bride, lona Beach the bride wore s
Sale i Church. Mrs. Baldwin was presented a a party at their home In Five ts} y, { and Frankie Littles, travel suit of Irrldcseent green
Arriving In Hawaiian dress the gift of appreciation from the Tern Points on August 22 The occasion her foth with
Se.pfember 1 11.12 Given In marriage by j buttercup" accessories and
: guests were sealed on cushions being the birthdays of Jay who la
I pie.Other Miss Jpnls Annette Hilburn of George Sheffield his mother er, the bride wore an original I the cortege from her bridal bouquet. .
The Fernandlna Beach Association around a low table from which guests were Grand Senior three, and Jeff who Is one. West Monroe, Louisiana and Char. Mrs Halle Sheffield and sister I I sown of French lace and bridal I .

of Garden Clubs Is sponsoring exotic tropical dishes were lei served arriv Ethel Canoes Grand Secretary and A yellow and white color scheme les B. (Chuck) Godwin, Jr. of Jack. Judy, Mr. and !\I..... George Ty. satin, The molded lace bodice I Out of town guests were, Mrs.
I Rummage Sale, to be held Friday Each was' presented a on Supreme Representative Selma was used and the birthday cake sonvllle were united in marriage I son, Ned and Jo and Chip Wood featured! a scalloped' neckline and G. T. Johnson grandmother of

: and Saturday, September 11 II. Daniel and others from Temple 3 was topped with cowboys Ice at three-thirty o'clock Sunday August are leaving Thursday for Sails- I long tapered sleeves ending In Illy I II the bride, and Mrs. E. L Me.

and 19 In the old: Ingrain's Furniture I Later In the evening a treasure In Jacksonville. cream, cake, and punch was served 16, In the chapel of the First Jury, North Carolina George points at the wrist. The voluminous Daniel. Glint\ both of Satsuma,

Store building, at 7th and Atlantic hunt was held, with Instructions to Following the meeting a social to the guests and each received Baptist Church of West ,Monroe, Chip and Ned will enter Cat- I satin skirt designed with lace Mr. R. N Hlgglnbotham Miss

I each guest sealed In a clam shell hour was enjoyed and refreshmentswere a multi-color musical balloon Louisiana. Dr. Clifton Tennlson officiated awba College. Inserts, flowed Into a circular Prances Hlgglnbetham and Pnt

All seven of Fernandlna's garden : Committee members In charge of served.Hospital. ai a favor. al the candlelight cere- Chapel train, Her veil of I Imported 1 Higglnbotham. all of Jacksonville:

clubs are cooperating to have the the affair:, were Mr and Mrs. Otto Jay and Jeff received many nice mony. -- --

rummage sale, and all membersare Phnnstcll, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Auxiliary gifts from their friends. The bride Is the daughter of Mr.

urged to take collected Itemsto Odom. Mr. and Mrs Bill OLeary Invited guests attending were and Mrs. W. B Hilburn of West

TUS I building on Thursday, Sep. : and Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Vlzl' r. Fetes Mrs. WoodAt Darlene Nunez, Jeffrey Nunet, Monroe and will be rememberedas ; ; ; 8 iance

temhcr 10, or to call Mrs. B. L.RauWhert : rondo. Tea ThursdayHumphreys Nancy Adams Elizabeth Adams,, a teacher at the Elementary It/lann c Jodloj O'Jd
or Mrs. B. R. Gather.wooTTif Becky Adonis Terry Ennis, Sonya School In Fernandina Beach duringthe
Jhey wish to have their Luncheon Honors Memorial Hospital Carter Tonya Carter Donald Hie. 1963.64 school year.

rummage picked up.Mflpica Auxiliary entertained at a tea last kox Lynda Hlikox, Lawrence Hie.kox. ESTABLISHED 1947 -
Friends of-Mr and The bridegroom Is the son of Mr \0
Thursday In the hospital dining Mrs.
Ell/aboth Scott Tommy
and Mrs Charles B. Godwin, Sr of'
Brooks, Girl Mss: Hugh Stone, Jr. room honoring Mrs Irma Wood Carter, Mrs, Clyde Hlckox Mrs, Jacksonville. REMINDS YOU TO REGISTER NOW FOR
Superintendent of Nurses, who Is Robert Adams, Mrs. Arm a nest
Stater Reports To Mr: and Mn. Hugh Stone, Jr. leaving soon to reside In Macon, Ennis, Mrs. Clayton Tlpplns, and Following a prenuptial concertby .
Miss Kay Pruett and her accompanist II SELECT CLASSES IN
eilertalned I group of friends fromlylvester. Mrs. James Nunet.
Legion Auxiliary Ga.A Mrs. Janet Russell the
Georgia! on Thursday of lovely arrangement of summer
T" American Legion Auxiliaryto : last week with a luncheon in their flowers, flanked with candel. Judge WeatherfordTo her bride father.was given Her only In attendant marriage was by GRADED SYSTEM OF DANCE

PTjst 54 held Its regular meetingon modern Colonial home. abra holding lighted white tapers
her sister, Miss Judy Kay Hilburn
wesday: evening. I Summer arrangements were provided the centerpiece for the Be Guest At chosen as maid of honor. o

MJSJion Fink, press chairman, placed- throughout the foyer living table. Party sandwiches, petit Baptist ChurchThe Bill Hilburn, brother of the .'1
repotted that their guest Monica room, den and garden room. fours, nuts and mints were served
best and
bride, served as man
Brtinjh, girl stater, gave I very An Imported linen cloth overlaidthe with punch. Mrs. Angel Davis pour. Youth Worker's for Christ ushers were Tom Shelton and Robert Fall Classes Begin Sept. 8

interesting' and Informative report.l.loUI. dining table and centering It ed.Mrs. of the Blackrock Baptist Church H. Russell
was an arrangement of candlelight Wood was presented I gift will have County Judge J. E. Wea.
Virginia Hlgglnbotham has mums In a crystal and french gold from the auxiliary, In appreciation thcrford as guest speaker on Tues. The bride wore a floor-length
Mrs. Julanne Owens Mrs.
of silk made along Guy Dudley
gown organza
as 4wr guests this week her container, i of her services. day, September 1, at 730.,: ,
served to the A number of auxiliary members princess lines with a scooped
daughter, Mrs. W. B. Lotspeich The was All Intermediates and young peo. Teacher Pianist
andffrandsons, David and Paul following guests: Mrs. D. G. Jef. and Invited guests called during neckline bracelet length sleeves
Invited to attend
pic are cordially
'Augusta, Georgia. They will fords, Sr. Mrs. Ann Alford Mrs the hours of three and five o'clock. and wide bell shaped skirt accented
with Mr. Lots. L: Thomoson Mrs. W. A. Car. with sprays of lace appliques. Her FOR DETAILS AND ENROLLMENT CALL
ala O>e visiting I
Last week the V, E. Sclphs
k pciiiCs parents, Mr and ,Mrs. \\C. Mrs. Lee Sawyer, Mrs Gower Keep Oct. 13,14 and IS for Fall lace mantilla veil was attached to
visiting with them Mr end Mrs
Pant- LotspelcW. Hugh and Lisa Stone. Entertainment by Woman Club. ( a mock Spanish Tomb, She carried 261-4287 or 2614180SPECIALS
S, E. Kelly and :Mr. and Mrs. W. a while Rainbow Bible topped witha

a -- R DeWltl and sons Bobby. Andy,, I white orchid and streamers of ,
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and Mike, all from Savannah Mrs feathered mums and satin ribbons.

Allan Sheets from Monterey California The maid of honor wore a street

was also a guest of the length gown of sapphire blue tsffcta .

Sclphs, styled on princess lines witha I 1 .i'sS THE '
round neckline, short sleeves and '

FASHIONS e Mrs. Seibert To a wide bell shaped skirt. Her head. :

BY' dress was a large matching bow
MtCV Head Reorganized and she carried a blue mum corsage I

Assn. attached to a slyroftnm heart
-. Cemetery
covered with white net and blue

A reorgBni7itlonal meeting of satin
the Basque Hello Cemetery AI o. The mother of the bride

elation was held August 1'lth! at the blue lace sheath with matching at ,+

homo of Mrs. D. O Humphreys. I cessories a medallion necklace ac'I I'I

e The association has been Inactive turing an heirloom watchplecc, '

for the past 14 years during which : a corsage of white mums. I

lime Mrs. Humphrcvs and Mrs. D. The reception Immediately fol.| ,, I'

A. Kelly carried on the business of lowing the ceremony was In the
church reception hall. '
he organization. I
Guests were registered by Miss
Members unanimously elected
Melinda Pruett! at a small table
II Seibert president, Mrs, I
which held the memory candle. j I
D A, Kelly treasurer, and Mrs The bride's table was overlaid I "* "* "* "*

F. II. Hubris secretary. with a white cut.work table cloth
I elected honrnry
Mrs. Humphreys over a blue cloth centered with a''

> president service. for her long and bouquet of blue and white mums 500 Sheets Filler Paper

faithful i Mrs Esther Hilburn aunt of the I

1 The purpose pf /Ihr, orllanlzatlon : bride, served the ;tiered weddipgl ,S. I n .. r .
Is to hrlplilpl'rllsl' the upkeep anaKwutlflcntlnn
and yia.servedfyjMriHelen
cake punch
of the cemetery A LeFevre.. 8'VjyW\ 4r''Fits, Either
I f't 2
plus Is underway for perpetual Tea IIlrls "WI''' Mla4eqrSaaIdrg\ 1 or 79c
are; of lots for those families! llv.
Hilburn Sherry Shelton and Babble
tag In other cities, and others who I 3 Binder
I Nolan cousins of the bride. Guests Ring
ire Interested were given match books on which i
will be held each thirdiVedncsday
Meetings I were written I t the names "Janis and
of the month at 3 ,m,
p 1 Chuck", with blue and while rice I I 200 SHEETS FOR ONLY 33c
at the Recreation Center Conference I bags ,, %,-\i: -ii *"f"*> JII
Room New members arc cor. I
Following the reception, the '
lallly InvitedBaptists, II couple left on a trip to the Gulf I "* "* "* "*

coast of Florida. The bride chose I
: A To Observe 1 for her travel ensemble a multi '' SHEAFFER RETRACTABLE

colored silk jersey dress with pink
"Back To College I
accessories and the orchid from

.. I The couple will reside In Jack.1

1 : First Baptist Church will sonvllle, where both are teaching. $1.00 VALUE : SIZE FILLER
observe this Sunday evening "On

to College Day." which will honor I CARD OF THANKS/ I

hose student members who are The family of Mrs. Abbie E. '' 49c
., leaving for or returning to the Rogers wish to express their ap I ONLY ONLY

allege campus."Confronting i preelation and gratitude to rela.
the Campus with I lives and friends for the flowers,
hrlsl": li the' Ihime and relays I food and other kindnesses shown "* "* "* "*

I' the thought: that the college campis during her Illness and at her death.
Is Indeed a mission field and a I Special I gratitude I Is extended to1 I(

challenge to Christianity, Dr. C. B, Brewton for services 500 SHEETS COLOREDTYPEWRITER

!Some I'llhe students will tike I rendered to Lily !Mae Kirtsey 'for

part In the evening worship service, untiring love and care, to the nur. 1
I Dennis Mellstnip will preside as sea and staff of Humphreys Me PAPER PENCIL CRAYONS

others she/ talks and some will act morlal Hospital for rare and services .

u ushers Jimmy Mitchell will to Rev. Johnny King for

: CLASSIC DRESS, peak on "The Closet," Lynn Joy |I prayers spiritual consolation and |

nor, "The Church". and Diane I I beautiful funeral service, and to JUST 88C 12 FOR 23cLOOSE
self belted with long beck
: Lewis on "The Campus." Rev. Y .G. Carver for his renditionof I
zipper, knit of 100",1;, Other students who will be hone songs,

: Virgin Wool, $25.00.: ored arc Bobby Fussell Edward ) May God bless each of you. I
LEAF BINDERS From 2Sc To $1.59
.. lancr.. Jimmy Ewing Judy JameS (signed\ Helena A. Skipperand -

., stun. Jimmy Fox. Jimmy McFar. family. ; .
: land. Tommy Jones Ken Law. '-
horn Marsh Peacock James Ry. Keep Oct. 13. 14 and IS for Fall

: A. TYROLEAN chanel jacket $18.00 over classic lanl. Katy Sterling/ Jerry Robinson Entertainment by Woman Club.A I JJA

: short sleeved knit dress, $23.00. A S. Allan'sAtlantic Donald Branell. !Sharon\ stall Mar. I Waas Store
?- IIle Rrewton. George! Boring fl'herman may! une a bream I f
( Joyce' )Ham, Chip Oxley, '' for bait with his rod und reel or
: B. WILDWOOD cutaway cardigan $20.00 with Ray Rime Catherine Peers Cathy pole and line but may not use It \\\9\ y

:! sle,V0le rtJMll. $11.00, and dip-on skirt $16.00. Avenue Ryllint.: Cathy Durham I Richard for bait on a trot line, according',: Atlantic At SixthFaa
V ipp. Sue Svlph ]ll.il Whltlcy, and I to the Game and Fresh Water Fish I
i Carl Wvllurt. Commission. ,



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111.,1111,11 .

'essr'", .'.t'Ihll't', tol'UIIIIIIIIIH l1t'HI'tl. 1111'11'11' IhalstlUY, August 'Lllfit4: rHKe in'

Engagement Told HereMr. i j PERSONALS r ._ -.
.--.h. '
Jr. High-Elementory
,....... Lions Hear Talk I' I
and Mrs. Marvin Hardee, I Mrs Dorothy Boot has returned Mr. and Mr. J. C. Bennett Jr. LVNCHROOM MENUS! : -- ,

Sr. of Morgan City, Louisiana an. from an extended visit In England spent the pa!* 11'0ll'I'kl visiting II TheGarden World's Fastest August II Sept. i

Bounce the engagement and approaching and (J". 'week in Mlehlgau with I points of interest t in the Smoky By Monday i Oven baker hamburger'

marriage of their relatives. Mountains of North Carolina. I bun lettuce ft. tomato salad
Ems to Thomas Basket
Lynn Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Juiuk re. I Mr and Mr, Harry Poole and II t Driver whole kernel porn, cherry (cobbler!

Earl Jones, also of Morgan/ City turned the liras of last wvk from family Ml Tiu'Mluy tor a vM\ *1111rl'lalll's Pnul.i Murphy, billed n "the | ''t pint milk.Tacsdayl ,

The nuptial will be solcmnlipdat a 10.day vacation! In Illinois. In Mlnml. They also plan i t UY JANE SCGKIKLI world fns'est: l woman onI hl'I'IK"I > linked hum, cnmlletf,

Pharr Chapel Methodist Churchat Frfamd bf Miss Dorothy JennPlckctt to visa MyVPN'|. \ ns guest l of I IIP Lions! C'luh Tuesday yams, pineapple salad on lettuce,
seven o'clcxk In September In u< mad Just animal/ manure, and of course llmlnmlnlnl green beans/ rolls /out butter raU
the evening on << upon evening speaking im Hire '
( will regret to hear she wasconfiflcd Mr. and Mr. Jack Idmrkk are sin take, ''i pint milk.
September 12. to Humphrey Memorial vacailcmng In !nisi Horld.i Ibis as surely OK II menus a retain to \\ ronrritlon of soil a well driving pral'lrcllId: motoring Wedmnduvi Mint loaf nvishedpi

The bride-elect I II (lie granddaughter Hospital Mvcrul days this week week school lur HIP rlillihen It mean led, smell watered/ compost! pile! willpriKluee rtfinomv lips, lnliic.i( halberd spinach, rilllt, It

of Mr. Edna; Wolmir wltfl tonsilllls. high lime In net busy for the Rirdcner : We have one flower bedro.Ipe Pmiln FttahllNlicd Hint I 1:111':: when butler, ( hilled peach hlllvl'l.'I'
and Mr. John Itardce, Sr of this Mr. and Mr, Howard lliiAna and she riuno I lie riving mile at I Ihl'
city. Larry and Charles Tulen( Jr. of daughter* are owing smith Klor The slatoimnt tint Scplem.bcr l In our DI'll'sI hl<'h calls fin I' Rnnlu's 11I1' Suit Finis o lr( llihal pint milkTh'irMl.ivi. '

x Savannah\!, Ga. spent last week ida and ho Key shin week fctart the garden year( In Kl.ir. abuut I three' Inches of compost l and an average speed nf liil :2'i'! mule, Hot clogs I' buns(,

with their grandmother, hits E. II. ld. la not just Idle talk even though: ahoiit two or three inches euch olrt.iiry during! rndiiranco Ic-sU over I that hakl'll. IK'iiin. cole slaw fruit salad,
Beach Mr. Extern Corbrtt I II hixol.ite chip( cookie, Ii'pint
lined, and Mr Junck. vlltln In I'M
the present burning heat might' encourage and peal plus the addition ol' rl1l1" 1' J
Weather her niece this Meek In Gainesville, > If Soar' that limp nlip his been mIlk. ,
Report one to think to. In (his a dusting e.r sui>eipho .phJlo annuals
Friends of John Gaunt, former Ueorsla.: rnl.it: Tuniflull mind, belled\
locality the mirres of our gurdin ore lo be planted, cir a dustIng permitted to brume( Hie Ilrot l
Sieve Rich, Observer resident and Mudent at FBIIS, will I (tolali) In J.iikil, i'flint u! t slick, F.at-'
Weather Station al 2665 MacGrrgor be glad to know that he I II now Visiting with Mr. W. E. Rub. actually depend on the wink that of bone meal for the bulb or woman' In modern" limes in chive lush pent., mills and. butter, plain
Inson I Is her daughter and olo. U put Into them between September perennial bed, the reason being a raring car on the IndianapolisSpeedway \
Blvd. ataUoned M Fort Lewis, Washing.ton. !' I'akeI alrauhcrrlei, '. pint milk. I I
law, Mr. and Mrs John Rodeferand lit. and the middle of January ; (hit bone meal Ii much slower act. i '
and hi I
John wife : {
Max, Mln Ruin a native of'I : : ; fnurnotional Illlllard
( Paula, who hi established
---- children: Dcbnrih! Lee the first of February at the Ing end could benefit"only the ilow.cr ,
the Cheryl) -- -
Thursday, Aug. 20 88 73 0 Holland are proud parent of
I Lynn, and l Pamela latest. During (this paled garden. gruy hag plant A ilmpler re. record for from country ;
Sue of Colum.
Friday, Aug. 21 89 a baby daughter, their first child J
73 T i clpe call for at least a four Inih'' ,rt-iving, pmnht'lred her ndclress' Rev, IIC. Bennett Atlanta,
bus, Onto. Ml are! of necessity or pleasure Involved
Saturday, Aug. 22 92 73 .SO Stork Club 'I She hen been named Theodora In so many oilier activities laser ol' any or a combination\ ol wish' colored slides of the toils at brother if !Men Dick Bennett and *
Sunday, Aug, 23 92 73 0 Cathrlna. The Qaunt'i home ad. MiKenrlrep, of PrciU"1''
Mina Ecverly Freeman left Moo and these few month rush by so any of the liumusy material plus toe I I\II'IIII'\'lIIe' course Terry ion
Monday, Aug. 24 91 78 0 dress Is: 9W6'' Thorno Lane, Tllll. I
Tuesday, Aug. 25 92 76 0 Mr. and Mrs Harold J. Breld-' cum, Washington. day with the F. R. Shurlcyi for fast that a seemingly loo early the addition of a pound of a good Guests at the meeting were dent Canon McKendrre. ,
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Wednesday Aug. 26 90 74 0 I enbach of Ft. Walton Beach announce Miami. She will return home Mart prove a mighty big help to I! garden lertllizer per !hundred 'square :
Mr. and Mrs E. H. Junck had as Ua and to our gardens feet. In both case this lajer of I I :
Total rainfall this month to date the birth of a ion Jay Patrick Wednesday with the W, P. Crow. Indies of added mater.lot Cooking- !
four to ilx
- 4,27 Ir.ihcs.. their weekend guests Mrs Juneh'iion So out the Rood gardener should LADIES. Tired of
of Miami,
on August 12. The little lad I, and daugliter-In-law, Col I and leys go In early morning, late afternoon I must be thoroughly spatted into .
weighed 7 Ibi. 6 ozi. Mrs Breld. Mrs. Wm. H. Hopklnson and daugh. the bl'd11111 mixed with the gir. r11'hile
Mr, and Mr, 0 R, Spalnhour or when It Is overcast or comfort.Me :'
When In doubt about salt water I i enbaclt Is the daughter of Mr. and ten, Marcia, Marla, and Jancth of had visiting wlh enough to work, September I II den loll. The bed Is then smoothed. DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO! ..
: them last week
fishing I I rules and regulation watered and left lo '
con- Mrs Dave Tapper of Fernandina Savannah, Georgia month of Thoroughly: I .
mostly a preparednesstor You Shop' At lUtoth's Market
suit your local conservation officer, :I Reach Paternal grandparents! are their snn.ln-luw and daughter mellow for Sl'vl'rall'rt'kl, with\ (he

the man In the grey uniform with Mr, and ]Mrs, Otto B, lircldonbachuf Mr. and Mrs Lester Kelly'and. Dr. and Mr II, W. Gregory and prefer planting not 'to which do before most pardoners HIP firs I I forehanded isaretener enjoying the 7 Hot Dogs $1 V/: Fried Chicken 1.25' "/
blue and orange shoulder sons, Michael and David are visitIng basking In his ready ,
patch of
i Cascade*, Idaho. lalisfaellon "
children Wayne and Anne of
- --- ----- the Gil Beckers In Fort Clinch part of October, One how look at our garden asset I I 7 Hamburgers $1 ( Family Size $2.00))
Hammond Loulsana. tclli us much
State Park. Mrs: Kelly I Is the lister mere I I

of Louise Becker. and lives In Charles Edward, who ha* been I Ii to do before that time of I Cnneer strikes litlny nll'! It Shrimp $1.25
I actual woods to be pulled
Veslbury, Now York. This Ii a itatloneJ In franc 1 affeet ehililie-n n* well as /mlulls
with the
pruning to be done spra\lnai Bar-BQue Ribs or Chicken $1.25
Ilan TheatrePhone first trip lo Florida for the Kelly Army, arrived Sunday for a thl,. and' but It strikes with IlIl'rr'lsllIll fro.queney .
to be done, and he spading
family, and first reunion In
ten The
with advancing age
ty day furlough. He will be Visit.
restoring of flower beds Milathlon QUICK SERVICEPhone
year Ing with Ms wife and daughter, American t'nneer Suele'ly urges 261.5965
''s the safe spray to use for lenlewhile
261-4849! C. E. Beach, !Mgr\ his adults to have an annual cheek ,.
parent, Mr. and Mrs, L. L all
Mr, Helena Sklpper'i ion anddauRhter.ln.law the weather I II still hot. UP. '' 700 South Eighth Street
No Matinees Except For Special Shows / Mr. and Mrs. W Edward and Mri Edward' par. fort\ using (the more effective! oil up 118 heir I best protection awilnst

E. Skipper and family, of Empire, ents. Mr. and Mi'*. ftiymnnd emulsion spray such a* Florida I death from rance-r.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY I Stewart La. and her of Frostproof sister, Mrs, were Limnr here I relatives Haddock and and friends a number, of other! I Volck Weather one to must ovoid wait Injury fur to phnts.cooler, ... ....i......... .. .............

AUGUST 28 & 29 ; this week to attend the funeral of i iI Mr, and Mr. Marvin Burton and It should be used onlyI hl'n tcmpcratures .

Friday 7,30: Saturday 2:30:: & 7:30 era her mother, Mrs. Abbie Etta Rog. three children week returned vacation Monday, In from II above 83 degree are not or drop liable below to rise 40 j ::''

I witch they 1
"WALL OF NOISE" Friend of Mr and Mr*. Cedrlc traveled 6800 mile and visited! In degree
Perry will regret In hear of the 11 Hate. They were the gunol! A little forethought and advance .

I death of his brother, Formiin 1 Dor. I Mr*. Burton' sister and family In work In regard to flower beds give ...
4:22: I).M. & 9:22: P.M.!\ ry, on August 23 In Port Angilcs Bossier City Louisiana: Mr. Bur. a mighty good feeling when one I 141 North 15th Street .4
Waiuiugtoii. :ton' father, brother and family In suddenly finds on the market plant .5 ,

WALT DISNEY'S I ;Salt Lake City, Utah; Mr. Burtoto'i or bulbs that limply cannot be resisted. .'
Mri. Sonny Durham ha* horn i lister and family In Kearney Ne It take a far more disciplined I
"THREE LIVES OF THOMASINA"SUNDAY called to Wilmington N. C upon! 1 I braska. They olio visited In Vlx person IIlOnl'e arc not to I 4z; Play School Ballet 3< Taps ':-

the death of her mother, Mr*. W, 1 I burg Mississippi; Grand Crayon Impulsively purchase the coveted : ,
C. Capps Durham accompanied National Park: The World' larges! Item and rush home to somehow I

& MONDAY I cy Mr. George! Lovtsec ,open cut copper mute In BrlRham' And a suitable sloth| t to plant them Z "
left Wednesday 1 Utah: and the Mormon Temple in That prepared flower bed will be I aX Ballroom. .'tz Modern! Jazz {t Acrobatic'

AUGUST 30 & 31 I Salt Lake ('lIy, Mr. Burton' visit all the bettor for having seasoned
Mrs W H. Burbank, Sr., Is : .
with his brother, Arthur. was their" for several week before planting
GARDEN"IIAYLEY spending several day In St. Vln- j I|first reunion In fifteen years. too With the fantislic amount ol

CHALK cent' Hospital undl'rgulnglarlous work being done In developing new : {* Newly Redecorated Studio ..
JOHN MILLBEGINNING teats I| This week the J. M. Busb'i have varieties these days, sccdi and I
I ,a* their guest Mr. Miry t'flu. plants are not cheap and deserve! .
- -- -- Mri. M. K. Kear e. Sr. and'
THIS WEEK .- grandsons, Malcolm and James I Donny Mohley: of Rock Hill North grow. \ .

A MATINEE EACH: SATURDAY AT 2:30::\ of Denmaik J South Carolina arc I
I.veiling this week with her daiiRli-j! Mr, and Mr, J, M, Bush and Isfaclory flower bed, whether for
__ __ ._ .....0.- :
tors, Mia Carl Quattlcbaum and
annuals perennials or 1 bulbs, l Is to j
Jimmy returned recently from KIT-
Mrs, V. Garcia u
--- .! __ I show: North Carolina where they spade It deep and rid II of all weed i :
---- ---- ----
-- --- visited Mr*. Bush' father, Mr, and grass roots, the lost about as1 j .

Sidney Caulhen.Jimmy uninteresting o chore as we know I .
I but stick lo II, a* It pay olf In the i
i I Fox Is home for h' visit end. Next comes the addition, of Classes Start September 1st. : I

I with his parent, Mr and Mr. A thff organic or liumusy mnl'er'! HO, :

We're Happy ToAnnounce ThatGENE 1. .'ox. He Is presently attending necessary In our porous sandy suds"
I the I'uKeislty of Georgia. I lo hold moisture and retain! :
I hoer within the range of plant f.rlll.// e. .
Mr and Mr, B T. O'Qulnn returned honk) enough fur the plant lo I .1 i

BLACKWELDER I Friday from a five week fit' from It, These humility motor. !11al .

slay In T'x", will be whatever t you :hti|III>p<.n i ito ....*....... .. .... .

'.. Miss Marie Cone fI'turned'fronl have or can obtain coolly, us.l I'

the Cone Family Reunion at While ually .peat, leufmold, or will rolled II I

has been. namedto Springs last week and brought with -- I
her, ai her house guests for a few J Year 'round
Mrs. J. H. harrow and Jason The
Mr, I Carrier
days, her sister, Dorothy
'one Brown of Washington, I). C.; BrOl.ks family traveled In LwilH. I :
head our and her cousins Admiral and Mr, ana ,'ttf bring their mother home'
and and Umli' remained fur a longer
t; K.: Garcia daughter Cindy '
of O/ona, Florida and Mr and Mr, vacation,

Small' Loans K.; F.. Garcia Jr, of Charlotte Miss Linda White has been vln- Air Conditioning and Heating

Department vllle, Virginia and their young lung with relative In Virginia ;

son*. Beach, Va. for two wpiks She

Mr, and Mrs, Shelton Bnrber wll return by plane today ,., ... /
and young son Victor, returned Mr. and MM, A M Smith Sr. -. _.
i homo Pitchy after a week vaca- who resided here for soioMl your e '

rj t j roan '1""luq I'lIIl'nds and fl4alivl'sIn at b6Y South" KletehiT' Avenue,
Tam a antNtnurllu souty' Flur- movcd-MjmOv<.(... *.*l r'll"l' <*ir to Only
J '
Ida. make thuir future home, Why Use A

Miss Belly Drake of Macon Mrs Lottie Soholcwnkl will Nave

Ceoriln! I II the pucst thin week of Saturday for Jersey City. \, J..

Miss Susan Butler. Doth girl are after a I lw.werki vlsllI IIh Mr Wall Heater 11 :

Minimi at LaGrange College! and Mrs. Muddy Inlnn Mrs, !Subokwskl $2079--

Mr unit Mr*. W. E, Cooper and I "'" and Mil. )I1oJon tie ilblds I

clnlcliin Palsy and John and Mr.1 Mr, and Mr. II. C limit haul as Or Window Unit ,

moil 1\11'1 A, K. Wade and ion their guests earlier thin week Mr, PER MONTHGo
/Hilly. mind Jimmy returned home and Mrs O. W. Hasten, of DniVVist When You Can

a recently from a week vacation In South Carolina, and Mr, and Mrs
I the mountain' of Tennessee and Dan Mooney mind daughter Drone First Class

Ninth Curt Una.Mr of Atlanta' ,
,,7 NO
and Mrs. Jerry Wold and With A

diiiiehlir Laura Lee of Jacksonville PUBLIC NOTICE

visited Sunday with Mr, IN' TIP CIKC.IIT roiRr iM'imiJIDKIAI.

LL. r' Wnld parents Mr. and Mrs, F IN AVO .FOH CIKCIIT flMSSM'01 UUNTY tlORIIM, PAYMENTCentral

: IN RFl |
Tommy Hall and his roommate, ADOPTION OP .
jmvu.Aft DOWN
joy md t.rtim.r. ALTON
John I'atorl of Crestslde, New .JPRIIi.AN. JH. minor ihll- 1 I
Jersey, spent the wCt'k.endllIh I ITommy' Iron by Jfss II M N'I.A.NoTrclo /

parents, Mr. and Mr, m T ir NAME OK THE STATE!: or
Mr. Blackwelder is a former national bank Tommy )Hall before leaving for I M OR:IDA'
.. Duct
fall TO ( "r/o Allmt Jornlg/
the semester al college
j I 1-H1' llcmont ttnutl Includes 2 Ton
and has considerable Charlotte North Carolina
examiner banking experience -
Lee I 18 several
Chip spending Vuu ur* hereby nutiliiil 'in ,1 a pititl -
days this week In Waycros with n tor afl'ipllon I has keen toed| | In the Air Conditioner
We feel that his addition to our his cousin, Ben Smith III. jbov styled Court by .eN' II Hi'halt
Inc tae uipll n of Joy Jtrnmin, a
:....- muse whit female child, end I..arae System! With 5 Outlets
Mr, and Mr, T. W. Oliver and I Alum Itrnifn' it, a minor" smith, .
staff will effect
an even greater efficiencyin daughter, Miry Ann are leaving male child and you ore cmn,
mended l" h* and ur|MSir In mid 1a
this wrek-end for Aanapoll where Court lo ahnw ..U.. why and. prtitlim
the handling of our customers' needs. Ihl'YliII spend a few day with I ihould n.K be iranud and you are
cemm nd fl to serve a copy, of your
their cm, Tommy. written defences and ulnci, 'llona nn
the Attorney lor Pclltlnnrr Thus J
Mr, and Mrs. Ike Shiver But- Shave It >ffrv. UullilnK, rrrnnn.. CALL FOR ;
spa, Hearh Florida and die,' th. on
National Bank anne and Lavoyne, returned Saturday .1 lnMI, 1110'.'" In tht oUt.In ", HID
Irom a week vacation inCrestview \) Clerk i>( the Circuit Court ul Nassau FREE ESTIMATE :
florlda, at rtrffnnrllni teach,
Pensacola and Brew. .
.t F.rnlrnl8n. ...ch riondii .n .., hlor th. Slat l day olRaptttnhrr.
Ion, Aljbam i flee. othcrwla a drirwmay NO OBLIGATION :
J be .nler.d against you rantinf
The Cecil Brewton had III aid .

aJ their gueit this week their nephew )! 'Circuit I 7..n..y Court;* hand Nassau as County Clerk. of, Florida laid'

...... ..11M twos. I.wwn cesreaha/ Ray !Smith from Bristol CevrglaMr and the seal ol laid' Court ul >*rnandlna GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GAS CO. ;
Iwarh Nassau ountv, I lor-
W. 0. Brook returned Ma on the lath day nf Aunuit, A D .

recently from a three week vacation I (IW4HtAL) 0 OX LEVn '
225.5146 TODAY
in Baton Ragas, lflul aaa \.rk Court ,
.. !
I H il u County. hand
where she visited with Mr and 41, IOU, h. V.3. 10 .


... .
Pare Six New--Letder Fernandina Beach, Florida i- Thursday August 27,' 1D64"1


BCi1 Dance School B rmrrlill'IiTf'' !! !! i !jIlIiI!E! !i : !! I ilk W IY w ,Y, W, ..Y, W ..Y .., w IY W n .,"" ., IY, fcMMN. .DUMB, ,' nanoIxawrralNNr...q, .i

i OA..N I I.., GR.b/ I I I I I... jJ"
.. .
Reopens Sept. 1 VIII I tj \ .TAM. .TAY. nNy, OMM.?". .TAY.GA.Ib .law eAI\N OTAM1 R.\N 6A..NTAY. .TAY. .TAY

For Fall ClassesThe

}li jfil
Bonn School of Dancing will

reopen! Its fall I I. al schedule the newly of clsssSeptember redec. !III:,il:! 'iEj" ; 100 i!Ifll With Coupon No. 29 Below and Purchase of One

orated studio at 141 North Fifteenth fll
Street. HeuUlrallon Is now being! i.I i I I SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS FULLY COOKED
taken for Play School for the preschooler I I ;! I EXTRA I
ballet, Up, modem Jail !, !! I ,
and acrobatic, for 6 year olds and [Canned HAM 4 *; $291NOBODY
up; and ballroom daises for sub l!:: r
terns and teenagersMM I I
Joan Bean; Is a graduate of 1+1 1lj
'ruiil rtlilliar! rf
Western Kentucky Stale College I lj a!It: !:Cta'lll: : OD ST 0 j VIII f f ,,; :!, l Ii
; :! ; :
with a major In Physical Educa. !!" i'ijillijhl' Ellj! !! !!!! jjjll'j! iijiI'{ !iilfE
did lion practice She studied leaching dancing( with and later the !!!!!!Iauiiihil llldi''ulii'{ Ill tli l IIII !.1 ( Its Saves You More Than WINN-DIXIE:

tulle Frank, Tennessee School of Music of Nash. W-D Brand Naturally Tender SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK QUICK FROZEN QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

Mrs- Bean his been teaching Sausage : ? i ru,39'REG. ; PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 29TH
dancing. In Fernandlna Beach for :
the past 12 years and In addition 39< COPELANDWieners U.
D. A.
taught Physical Education at the '
Junior High for two yeari. She 2 & 69 t nr
handled Play School for the Recrea. BEE! SALENOBODY, FRESH BOSTON BUTTS
lion Department the first year It
was organized Pork Roast lb. 39 GRADE
She Is a member of NADAA (Na-
(tonal Association of Dance and 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROSE % r 'r"W
Affiliated Artists) the world's Can Ham b.
largest dance association and hat. natural aging does for fine cheese and fine Can T'1 %, + yl ? c' ';
taught classes: to both adults and wines, it also does for the fine beef you get at Winn- 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROSE r -' c"r., P iy "r
Students at the last Chapter Session Dixie. It mellows and enhances the flavor of WeD Can Ham lb ,
3 $239Beef. "
that held In Jackson.
was .
1111. and increases its tenderness, without destroying Con rw '-;; ''';f.f
Mrs. Betsy Strickland, who the fine beef texture or making it soft and PLUMROSE CANADIAN STYLE v'' "' .
teaches 1<< the all-ballet classes, Bacon i1 "'" '':" "
spongy; as artificial tenderizers sometimes do. 3 ion $2" r" .
studied! under Miss Patsy Cllllampf
Tallahassee, a member! of the CHUCK 0 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW t

National Strickland Academy taught ballet of Ballet.at Perry Mrs. Baked Ham S?: 69' 'y

before coming to Fernandlna, R 48 F. 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW CHIPPED
Beach She Is taking registrations Ib.
now for this clashes: fall to be taught InVulec Beef or Ham 3 ;::, $1.! 4 TO 6 LB. ,o TO 8 LB 10 TO 12 LB. AVGS


danced Bean did In choreography the Historical: and Society also ROUND BONE SHOULDER Veal Cutlets lb. 79'
flags production," performed"Romance June 1 of at Eight Fort Roast5810Q ............................... U

Clinch Parade Grounds 1-, .
Both teachers extend a cordial 10" OFF ON "
Invitation to the public to attendn
1 p.m. at the dance studio on
North Fifteenth i
Refreshments will be served and Beeffinsrt
any questions you may. have wW PKG. 1, 1 1i 39
.pe.; i i

rater Club Golf ; LUNCH MEATS L.
:Match With N.A.S. M f Soli S inysta

Here Sept. 13 ,.' \ ................................

A foam of FotKindlna Beach
golfers will play host Sept 13 to .. IW .t )
a'team from the Jacksonville Nay. I Y .I,,':.':.. 1 t i ,; e Jl)1 ) I 1\JUMBOPACIC,
al 1 Air Station
Dick: Bennett, who Is In charge Chase '''''''-il'J'fJ OO :g"; .
oLlnter-club matches, says that P '--

a Individual(-point system matches of will scoring bQ used the (Sanborn 1 1 OUTH. ",. i i J e I i tY,IA'O.ArlD\ i I
JIII and thai._ handicaps will be ad. Ml I : ., :;

At a later date NAS will play .._.;;;;
w !
host to the local team. '


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hr"Courson'unloaded said a Jimmy J8.gauge related shotgun that t4 l.+M.ij4f4\, ,Il I;' "IJtt :1i\' : }.' '}11 {( rc 'I'x! ': Bfj11' :! :::"" ,:'!r' '$ t S-.j
"iHS'9. ? r7 ,1 1 4'1
addp4cod!W aJ rfhtf uhlb'dlnU,'ljpll'' [($
discharged: and the bullet struck: i I i i
Jimmy Wayne In the chest. New Eaiy Open Con 1 I In Nsw Flavor-Savtr Can { Compare Quolty and Price | For a Deeper, Claontr Whit { Comport the Qualty and'prIce { Famous Quality Low W-D Price I 2-Ply..Assorted Color
The dead boys father, who was
resting I (In another bedroom while (} THRIFTY MAID 1x
Mr. and Mrs Conner and his wife SAVE 4, EA THRIFTY MAID Y. C. I o fk( &A '
bad gone shopping, rushed to the Peaches 4 $1 1. FRESH' fRESH'
room to find his son slumped to e2ylCons WILL BUY THE BREAD I Ice Milk J1.GAlLON 39
Humphreys the floor. He Memorial rushed the Hospital lad to SAVE 3< EA LIBBY GARDEN IF YOU'LL TRY OUR"TUNAWICH" PRODUCE I ALL FLAY

Where he was pronounced dead on Sweet Peas 5 M303Cans$1. SANDWICHESRECIPE

ford listed In Courson the Investigation and Judge Weather- 4 46-oz. Cons 1. Tuna s ; 3 Nye Cons 81' Nectarines ; ; 2 Lbs 39' J L 6.01.: s 1. 00' ,

Local Delegates S Bars 2 31, Grapes 2 39, IL W.
Attend ConventionIn Sausage. 6 'Va Cons 1Fig Lb. Box e a a lb.s


witnesses past from week Fernandlna end Jchovih's Beach Catsup 2 asst' 25 Cake : ; ,,2,, Pkg. 29' Tomatoes 2 39' 6.0z:
JU-Ice 3 89"
tended( a thrce-day Circuit Asirmbty .. SAVE 4t EA. DIXIE DARLING REG. 2129DIXIE DARLING DINNER t S' NO 1 YELLOW CANS
'In to Starke Frank A Florida According Cake Mix 419.0Z $1. Rolls 10' Onions ; 5 39'Ii .
Lokcy presiding :. Pkgs. s 12.Ct. Pkg. Lbs,
minister of the local congregaton -
the purpose of this con.
vention was well highlighted In EXTR
theme, "Around the World I EXTRA EXTRA
he I '
wiLu.:.Jclwahs:: Witnesses" WhileIn dX.. GREEN...Yw...STAMPS MMN II I .4'Jl WM. CRJEEN.STAMPS NK wax .4'Jl...GRJEN STAMPS.........II 'I k41w
atlemUinco at the convention, Two ne..RTNI" t
Two P TIO' rnoiiN I Sol LINOLIN PLUS v
demonstrated to them CHO"OI IM .
effoitivs ways of carr'lnjon/ the ( Ecalrs! 2/98 ( Dinners 2/T Spray *1*
"ministry hero at home. ;; Oooo TNRU Aueun ilex d' n Oooo THRU AuouiT STMCRJENjiTAMPS ;,',;,"? Oooo THUU Auauir (STH
.In. clUcuHHlnK the advunununl Of ANY WINK Onlll_ 21 2t zrTT .I"
of the preaching work. II waspuintiul
out that the circuit him
gained (12; new ministers In the I EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
last 6 months, making a total of .4'J1......GREEN.., STAMPS. I dye GREEN STAMPS I I .4'J1. GREEN STAMPS FANCY BANTAM
((236: that regularly engage! In the I vnrw M ANNW are, I+".......w nwwA o ...M Iw.aAw w NKMN e
preaching work.Saturday's C.U"K'N."OIl"' 0-01 CA"

_Ism of 17 program new ministers featured and a .."., Chow CHICNIN Meln. 19' ( Bus>; MOT Bomb/MOT 19' L +
(the showing of the 2.hour color GOOD TH"u AuauIT a"N 'e;+f GOOD THRU AueOr(ITN ;I'wt+ CORN
film entitled, "Porclalmlng 'Ever. A'ANY WINN" IT AN" WINM NI/1 2S
lasting Good News" Around the
which was attended by
1352 Sunday found Jehovah witnesses J'Jl GREEN... STAMPS I .4'Jl, I fill J'Jl GRJEN STAMPS
w M r .ww we NAtMA a ....., .
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J JolnWX those from from Fernandina other parts Beach of I''OZIN, Lee HAWAIIAN CANI It 01"IRe.O CXCKIN FAMILY., OOOOla ONf'4.u/ CANMfO 10 EARS 59,
the circuit In the houoe-lo-houae Punch 5/etas + Cremes 49 ,4tf HemIIYIUM
which his be. JML: GOOD
ministerial TH.U Austin (ITN Ju.re Oooo THRU 'ulun Km *,1M Oooo THHU AUlun tlrNn
come'a: trade mark of the wit. t7 2'
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afternoon at 3.00 YINN NIII '
nesses. : .' !'' '!'"I
P.M., the main I talk entitled M" ;: !;;! "
"facing' Up to the Urgency dOur t'

Joseph nvelfngs Local Times"of Sala.witnesses this Jehovah's, New week was will York witnesses and delivered resume rcprescn.Utive the pub all by. The Smarl Plaee To {lo. .. For Bood Things 10 Eat 1li I1

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Beach, Florida Thursday, August 27. 1961!> Page Seven-6'

Price Poole Fires Sizzling 72 To Win Junior Golf Tourney''

Price Punic used a dueling- 4 f.

even-par 72 over I the Frrnantllna
Bench Golf Course to win overall
: honors In I the umiu.il junior lour
v ) v,.,. ney sponsored' by I the Kernimlhtii
Bench :New i-Leader and staged
by Pro Ed Muttson

H-a e Poole was compiling In the .
\ axe! group fnr boys, Runnerup wan
.M .
4\ Granville "I>ue" Burgess with an
Rl. Oilier competing In I hut group
finished In the following older
Mike, Aimatrtinii' And .Itlinny Star
w 4 ii A biro tied for third, Billy M.ller

and Sieve Rich,
Overall winner In the girls division .
D was Mary Phlnne)', who
competed In the 11-17 age group,

1 e< .ryf Adkao' w., Wesley Poole, brother of Pi lee : (' MICH: I'OOTIIAI.I) COACHKS( look on an (Juarterback I'eewee-
: K won the 13-14 see! Krciip fur boys from ('pnlffIan Oner and! prepare to hand off to one of huf
end Hank Slono 111 wn runner-
p up. Others I''mllltlilil inul the order practice drills :\1unJ'I)', I'lujm. left to Huh I, are Her) Hirer
In which lluy finished: Billy Nobles, ('OUT trod Randy Price Poaches I. (or., Hub Stoter, Ida "
Stewart. Clint Kiel, I.eWiton \\a> ne Itrnner and George'I'yu.on; ,, .
Shave, li'rd RlI\. t'r uml Jimmy'j'j
SaundersonI + + +

d W wlniil I Key WHS the winner in I
.A r m v r"rl the buys' 10.12 ace "1'01111lllh Week Of Daily Double Practice Sessions

Jim GibMUi O'her'
d us "ii'iineiup. ..
In that ape scalp/ and the order In \ o\ II inv, Kiic KliniiM lake rare iif. the <'n>ler are two youngster whirl)
0"' +i ?r which hey( linislieil Willie Anin. ',
< fllllll.llk Sdt| Ullh INIHO IIS blllll will 'hi dulniMplenty! of work rut

WINNERS I IN THE ANNUAL NEW LEADER JUNIOR nor of the 10.12 girl .croup: ; Mary\ Thinner, winner of the son Scnrboro, (haill', Hohert. NiisOi.ium Tlner.: end, Clnr.Scull < group I HUM Price': :due Duck:hip: 'and Illbli;: :powcrlul: Her; )i I Kinulv;Rice: In the III Pirates buys art In the being hmklleld groomed and fyf

GOLF TOURNAMENT! are shown with their trophies fol. 15.17 girls group; Price Poole, winner of the 1.V17: hors lei' HuiTcll. field lust 1 II.III'Y,, Milln and Tommy Cl.irk pinning duty 'along with Richard
I lowing completion of play on Monday. Left to right, !group and overall winner; Wesley Poole, winner of the In a nip and I tuck Kiltie In the! week (if. give I the Pit'ales a nil'i' selection htlitnMs' 'anil Billy/ Miller/ ,
IHlfiht) Key, winner in the 10.12 boys group; Hugh Stone, 13-14: boys group, and Pro Ed Manson, who t st.iued, the gills' 10-12( sue croup. Mnn Her. I | tlie ,e. of hilllmik, I I 11 leHin rntnlltliiles;" bulillng for a
III. runnerup in the 10.12 boys group; Nina Herring, win. tourney ring! nosed out Janice' Tlner liv i iline says Sum'' bug line l.ilent will repicMIII Klaillng ptsltliin for HIP cnmtm
I Ii ( : lull
slnkt '
"1I1t1'IIH lemlini by |
the I lino pluv, III Alnn ("11\1'1', '.i'on me llinmen Sieve Atl.im ,
:i one xlrcke (loinK inlo (the 17lh hole I be Irjlnti ,, ,
"'1'1'111'11I'11 mid JIH Stole* ( I'hllloa)', J P.lkll.. Mal k
I And Roberts In Golf Golf AssociationThe but hid pulling lI'uuhlcsI hilc I II III'1111'' cr, u IMU rtiuiicd buy who loves In lleaii, Moss l.eniy Duron
Lannon, Bennett Finals' | Mill.i was hhiHiluiK, n 4, Jut unrover <: ( Beimer play, nil! dike rare of the center :Frankie;::: tem?, : ; Lohinaa I::: :
men's |par, In KO nhe'id by I ( Varsity
iii sit lull an veil im |)lnv other piml Wiivnc Ltlleni.m: Hilly Taylor, Jm
finals of the current Fernimdlna ., receive the championship trophv Dick Bennett defeated Sieve Spence :Slates Best Ball one blrcike. They' h.iKed the final II i' out us turn in I lie line. .leity lleuid mid Smith, Sieve Curver and' l Mh\o
Beach Golf Association The other two will be first and Don Roberts won In the third I hole Joe' Stuies will lie the tun liukles facets. In the backfield are Gnu
Handicap Championship Tournament second runnerup according/ to (the bracket bv default when his op. 19The | Poolo's sensiilionnl round crone this wrtk and Khniild cii'inl nny' In the Coil' \Mllis, ){olcrl Jllh"+on, ilnbliyJdluisoii.
will bo played Saturday, It way they finish. poncnt. Ken Forehand contractedthe I Tourney Sept. on a onc-under 3(1( on the laugh I I scheduled femur Mike nice, o good \tler- David JohiiMin, David
was announced today by Don I Trophies will be awarded at the mumps and was unable to play. front nine and a une-ovcr 36 on I along ''an mid Dave' R''' wlnnd will he llmiarct, Tons" Northey and Carl{
Fetniindlna Beach Golf As. 'the back nine I II Ii up to thc 1 playing guards clung with Mike Illch. "
Brown, tourney chairman I, completion of Saturday's play. The next activity of the Association )
The three finullsls In each brae- In the aemi-finals of the first will be a Best Ball of Four. soclatlon announced this week that i. BUl'lcsS1'88' off his game on '/ "progress Fiala. Mike PikulA Billy Miller So fir, we would' lilY the Pratofuolball
another of the populir Debt Bull the front side but hack III" ) added Joe Thrift Jnh'i' Iliiiuli and lack
kl't1'11I play at the same time sod'the ,! bracket Tom Lannon won over some tourney on Sept. 19. cone J JI camp (teems to bo iiptlmli.
of Foursome Rolf tourneys has been I I make a stronu bid on the bulk B.irnliik elves Homier an out+talld.I tic lull nf spirit and desire retie
Andrew Allan
winner: : over the other two :h1I:: I I slated for" Saturday, Sept lit side with a W. I In be a I log gioup lu pick from for end though/ they realise the entire
the match play competition will In the second bracket semi-finals | Bowling LeaguesNow
| Don Brown, tourney chairman Trophies were awarded winners and | play squad Is smll J| in number. "
1 Organizing asked all team captains to contact and runnersup \ tho desire Sieve Devllle will be counted on The first game of the season wlU
i i members of their team and ar II mar ,I for duly at center and guard with be Friday September IB against
Organization of the winter bowling range for a eluding time foot big Jim Yoiinif mid Joe Titter ready Cmnilen'County High of WnmlblnP.:
(jo. S 'c leagues li now underway.Tho Each telm1'111 have an "A" MORE SPORTS : : mid I for tackle dilly, frank Fliih will Season tickets are on sale now
I KAC. League/ will meet on player a "B" player and a "C" I' also see plenty of duly fur tile: Pi- with adult tickets for five games
September 3 In the conference I player "A" player will receive 3 ON PAGE 9 'j: to guide I' rules MI Iho line selling( lor $.,50 and student tu kct"
Deep Sea Fishing room at Container at 7:00 p,m. All strokes, "B" players 6 strokes I and Due HIII'gem and Kenny Lan. fur the five games selling for $230.:;
Interested members are urged to and "C" players 9 strokes _.
f'>1.. attend. If one of the players on a team i
ON THE"FLYING I The City League Is now enlisting Is unable to show up for play his I,
members. Persons Interested should] strokes will be divided among the
FISH"CHARTER e contact Henry Ellis at Buccaneer oilier players according lo designation .
Lanes. Also, Information concerning by the tourney chairman I II.
the Ladles League or Bo\\ 11'1'. Teams are as follows:
BOAT CITY MARINA I cites Is available by calling Ellis. Andy Anderson, Capt., D W, Roberts BestYear-End DealsOFFICIAL

FURNISHED All game and fresh water fishy i; Ben Gcdeon, Capt., Bennett Wll.
seized by wildlife officers In con. eon, Ham Hamilton Bob BrenlinAndrew ,
CAPT. OLE MARKUSSEN O* i Alien HI Cftpt, Archie
WIONI 24t-4lsl I nectlcn with violations of the same'
yard, Hi utter and Marine SMIWJW ....CKlONVII.LIU..CH. FLA. laws are given to hospitals or othercharitable | Smith, Arch Hardee, Jeff Bowers
institutions upon convlcltlon I I Dr Gen Barker Copt., John
I of the violator. Dozier, Dr Cecil Brew ton, Mike
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Flala. i !I.
I Rudy York Capt., Chas, Tomlin. '
son, John Klersev, Extecn Corbett.
I BEACH L C. Shave, Capt., Ed Boner
FERNANDINA Carl Jones, David Nussbuum,
B, C. Freldlln. Capt., Jim Clark, "
J. W. Jones Harry r' -
\ "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" I David Smith, Capt., Ace Re)'. r"1 ,
sold Dodd Thomas, Ben Clarke ; 1
I Jim Pearson, Capt., Arthur Ren-
1 I shaw, E. V. Garcia. Harry/ Sahl.

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Miller Tim Tilmun.Ilarrv -
Suburban Poole Copt.. Pete limrim, i I
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T I IDE S Propane Gas CO. Dun Jesse Dai'Mlierty Tuner Capt., Iluuli John Stone Gregory Jr. r

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SERVING ALL ', Bub Ingram Dr. Dill Rod-
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES It JETTIES YOUR NEEDS IN I offer, 'II now at Ford Dealers ;
LONGER THAN LP GAS AND I Joe arboro., Capl. K, M Forehand .
ORDINARY WAX JOB AU as Mlnut" F.r GAS APPLIANCES I Ei\ln Willlnnn. I.. K. Nolan M

LASSERRE MOTOR r.rundln Harbor 7 Sou Zg7 th6St.CO. :I C.Bob W. Young Howtrd:: Capt, Bob' Pliinncv.Melvin::; Hester. ,
I Bill Melton, Capt., Paul Bibb I
Perec Enl/mlngcr, Torn DlKliy.
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81GB LOW T H KING Buddy Burgess Copt. James
S. 8th St Ph. 261.381 Friday Au/t./ 213 a Wibber, Burns Bailey, Dun Brown. ff'I. ....
PHOTO SHOP I Ray Caldwell, Capt., Paul Kor. .. ..
11:39:: am. 5:42: am. nau Frank Lambrlght John Bax

Going Fishing? 11:53: pm. 6:09: p.m. Rnll WeeelnaereoeeastnL ter. ,
Glynn Waas Capt., Andrew AI-1' ::

Visit U. For Saturday, Aug. 29 rUm / reeeytca; Ian, Sr, Albert, Alvarez LonnleHolllncsworth. cj1 rr

Complete Line Of 12:35: a.m. 6:33: a.m..hoC/) Appelnementeue Robert
Iupptles o. Only Thomas Shave Capl |
Fishing Tackle 7:10: 1.m "one."o.,o Daniel B. J. Sloan, Fred !McLean.
Rods Reels Sunday, Aug. 30 __ Bob Asklns Capt., Gus Lowen-
Outdoor Camping stein, John Duffy, Newt Roberta i y
I Big yearend savings on Super Torque Fords- {
12:53 7:32 Studios At 50- Ash St. Bob,
Equipment : am. : a.m. Ed Jones Capt. AI Bodinc In
smoothest, steadiest, strongest cars their class i
1:37: p.m. 8:17: pm. Phone 261.4586 R Al Miller '
of 64 NASCAR
sYne the winning aces rues
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FIR I EST 0 N E : c Capt, Fred Ostccn, a
!Monday, Aug. 31 I John Hooper, Walter Pre+ton i I 'l'
REACH SUPPLY./) Rowland Edison Casey" Capt., Del Then .
: am. : am
112 Atlantic M. 1114..1)9: 8:07: UPHOLSTERY i bald, Carl Swanson, Lester Durham
.47 pm. 9.21 p.m. .
C ::1III[ In. an Tuesday, Sept 1 NEW OVUI"m; fOR REPAIR :

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I ball prospects are out for football, Nous-Lender, Fernnmlin.-i: JVnih, Florida Thursday August! 27 1964 Face Nine
but he still smiled when he said M
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who the three were tapping the '
Seventeen SwimmersIn Municipal Pool the afternoon session w'jjj""bo' 3'30:
basketball around. Ncws of theBOAT
p m. to S :30 p m. Evening sessions .
I tt! AAU Novice To Remain
Open will remain the same, 7.13;
Coach Red Bean was nil smiles
CLUB p.m, to 9,ft p.m.
Tuesday when he told us about the Meet In Jesup Through Sept. 7
The regular schedule of hours
City moving the Scoreboard near ,
er to the football field for the f! BY Seventeen members of the Junior Afternoon hours for public 1\\hn- stand through Labor Day Week.

coming season. All of you funs remember Olxmplc I Swimming Team competed mlng al the Municipal Pool will end:
t$1$ SlantsBY I It by the fence and It CARSON McKENDKEB: In the AAU Novice met'I held be changed the week school opens Saturday, Sept S 215 p m,
people In the north stands wanted ii In Jesup) Georgia, August 21 and Starling August 31st. :Monday to 4:43: pm. and 7.13;) p.m. to 9,43

to see the score or time during a 22 through September 4lh, Frldny, pm.
I game, they would have' to turn Receiving medal for placement - -- - Sunday, Sept. 6 2.13: pm to
CURT CORDON A special meeting has been called center line Sealing capacity 4 4.45 lOll i session)
: completely around, This year the l'I In the comlll'lIl1un1'1'1'("' I'hilip breaststroke, placed llrsl. I p.m
1 situation will\ be cleared up. by Commodore Kaslry Thomas persona Single: engine I Jones, In the 25 yard brcastsliokc?i The lollciwlug received ribbons: \Monday, SI'I|>t. 7 2:15: p.m. to
Wild school beginning here next While we are In an enthusiastic I ft' ft ftI : i iI for this Friday night August M). 3: Up to 50 H P. Bout U'j placed second; Dave t'rumpler, In Phillip Jones, backstroke t ; HenryKudelfer I 4.45 p,m. and 7:13: p.m. to 11.45
28th, S p,m.. and he urges all Bunt center line Sealing capacity 4 ,, ; I
Monday morning It makes j the 23 backstroke, !
one of mind, It might be a good yard placed\ brcaslstrokc; DaveBrownlee
Beach Bolt Club
I I Fernandina Club members to try to make this Single engine. I INO. p.m.This
I \persona
realize that the old football tea. time \II third John Stouffer, In the 5(1()
to see we can get any and the Nassau County Recreation ; pant Johnny Haulms, Pete Peters ends the swimming pro
son Is Just around the corner reaction about getting the bleacher ; Commission will their one Our Labor Day Race Is almost 4: Up to 751E P. Boat 13'I brcaslstroke, placed third; and and Paul SchrunU, O'rsNylerelay I gram for l4! The pool will bo
Fernandina High's first game will situation corrected for the second outboard molorboat stage on top of us, and final plans I center line Sealing capacity 4 David Rorietfer, In the 100 yard : and Dunne Roland, closed Tuesday, September 8th.M ,
racesof have to be made In
order to (Insure bl'aht-I
be Single
18 engine.
September against Camden football season. Numbers of peo. persons. I --- -- - stroke.
County High of Woodbine, Ca, pie have asked that we slay on the summer on Labor Day. winding up our racing season sue.ccssfully NO 5: Up to 100 II P. Bout IT Attending from Fernandina
McKendrcc the first
Carson says for this Something 1
With the opculng game staring the your realer line 4
subject of getting scats for Seating capacity
race will start at 1 p m, with i new has been added since' Death were Phillip JIIlIl'RJaw\
fans In the face, may we remind the eastern half of the football our racing persons Single or I Double engine- Two <21> heats each class 4 laps
you It is bargain time for season field Instead of having all the seals card of six races there scheduled will for be the bulletin was printed and mailed NO 6: FREE: : FOR ALL: Any uul.I runts class, Mixlmuni delay iKx-: Crumpler, Henry Modeller, John e h I SOID Rz
Of a
day. course out
ticket buyers tor the Pirate games, from the forty-flve to the end drivers meeting at 12:30 In the | board boat. Any outboard motor rep! Class 6)) between heal, 5 Stouller, Shirley Thornton, David : THROUGHTHE
A season ticket for an adult will tone We have never seen a scat- should be another In order to help Insure a large or motors -- any type lower unit minutes maximum delay be. llrownlcc, Mike Jones, IVIe )Peters,
be just four-fifty for five home Ing situation like ours at any other Boat House It field of racing bouts fur the Free I G is cr other fuel 10 laps, 1 hellt.I Johnny llollis, Paul Schranlz, Pam .- WANT ADS
games, and a season student tic. field. Maybe If we can get enough fine program for boat racing fans For All Class, a sum of cash In (he I COURSE;: On Inland Waterway: been chiHses 10 minutes, Mllreil I, Melissa Norwood, June t
ket is Just for the 15 amount of one! limulicd and fitly Step lip's will be allowed from As'1
two-fifty five people fussing about the present Buoys at each did of course I Ij Sandier, David Hodcller. Hoxie
games All team members are situation something will be { Our pulling for Highlands to go dollars will be awarded In addition II j with safely buoy and starting Class, 2 through 5 Any tine eat l'hlldNIndy Ymuigblood: and .J
selling tickets In an effort to insure done. Anyway, we won't be able I all the vay In Little League Tour. to trophies I i buoy Each lap approximately 1 run In frets for nil. I Dunne Rowland

large crowds at every game ,I to argue with visiting fans who I nament play fell short when they First place In I he free For All -- -- -- ---- -
If you are approached buy a go away saying ours Is the worst, I lost out In the Regional Tourna. Class will receive a trophy und
couple If you aren't Just call because as It stands now It Is. ment at Norfolk. It took eight Inn seventy live dollars tash Second
261-3560 and someone will be I I -ft i lings lor a good Mobile team to place will receive! a trophy and

knocking on your door shortly, Coach Wayne Benner says he i defeat Highlands and we might fifty dollars: cah11111 third place
I win
add that Mobile went on to
He+ has the best football managers In receiving: a trophy) und twenty five
Music to our cars from the Florida, and possibly Georgia, In I i the tournament. We hated went to see dollars cash, Trophies only will be
but along
Highlands lose, they
awarded In all the other classes
Mark Jenkins, Ronnie Oliver and /
coaching staff at Fernandina Hlfih l( rr
way and the Highlands par 4"s
for the first three finishers
when one stated, "Curt, our new Mike Phillips. He says those boys I cnts and fans must be Justly proud
principal, Mr. Rumph Albert( ) ,: are up for the morning practice of the way their boys played. I We are expelling a lot really loves sports." Now that Is sessions at six o'clock and' are so from Jacksonville Elands, Pal at.
Just as It should be and with the wrapped up In doing a !good job writer for I ka, Daytona Boutli, New Sm rna
kind of cooperation In the future'')I they won't even go home for Gene Granger, sports and of course! -- (the "Ucomla! '
Times-Union, had a
as has taken place recently, our lunch. Good managers are Import. the Florida I Boys" So plan|> on spending Labor y.y
athletic t program In Fcrnandina ant cogs In a school's football fine article In last Sunday's paper Day rluht here In Foimmdina SERVICE YOU YOU I1AME IT,

Beach Is on the upswing. One of I'I wheel and It seems as though by concerning minor league the treatment baseball received from I Beach, come to the Bout Ruecs and CAN COUNT ON WEO; IT. .
the first moves by Mr. Rumph Coach Benner has hit the jackpotIn enjoy an a ft ci'noon of free enter
Such as
which made the coaches happy Jenkins, Phillips and Oliver the Major League : tainment. From filling. to Our txje/t, experienced
Major er
I the IL All-Stars playing a up n :
was having a telephone Instilled Following Is a breakdown on the DEPENDABLE SAFE SURE !
and havIng "; meihuinrs check
League team each year \ jour
complete cheek and
in the gym office something Coach Bob Stover has to Insert classes, boats motors, etc, car ,
they have wanted and needed for I d a little basketball with his football to give the Major team more DATE: Labor Day Monday overhaul, see us for When It comes to) ear For your Bake, l let Ult ran ttnj'i) >iiKhly, makerepairs

ten years_. I soil tttnlnrf that all_.. nf_. .his.._ _.__._u. than half the gate receipts. Call I September 7lh. service fast and right r\icing, it to light, at moderate
were glad to see t that our PLACE: Fernandina Beach, Florida pays put your car'a wheels !in cost,

Griffith, president of the Mlnne- on Inland Waterway come to us. From minor perfect alignment. s i

nuts Twins, was given well-do- TIME: 1:00: PM Sharp Drlven repairs to u complete
served "pat on the back", The Meeting: 12:30: P.M. At.tendance I't j Stop here overhaul. Reliable Service I )belt's> in
Twins played the Northern League Is ,
compulsory with
Griffith wanted no ease' All Work Guaranteed for fast
LOANS. All-Stars and PRIZES: Trophies for tat, 2nd., We Do The Join Illght.Automatic '
part of the gate receipts be, proposIng shared- and 3rd places will be awarded : and go = service!
that the proceeds In classes 2 thru S, Class -1st I _:
I by the six Northern League teami place $iS and trophy, 2nd place Transmission Repairs
Griffith I absorbed' all the Twine'regular II ---- -
: ; $50 and trophy, 3id place -
TO BUY OR BUILD I I expenses for the game. It $25 and trophy

just goes to show you that some CLASSES: I I IPhone
of the Major League No.1: Racing Runabouts up to
I tlnue to think about minor league
30 H.P Quicksilver or any J ceMP'h
Whether You're Looking baseball and who set Griffith.the paceIn I other type lower unit. Gas or 261-3812 Your Ford Dealer Streetf''I
the thinking -
other luel, any length: bolt.No. !. JI
v ft ft 2.: Up to 40 H, p, Boat tt' ,
I At Blueprints or The best fishing news we have I--- ___ _
d i reported this week was a trip by
Johnny Bodine and Bobby Moore l I II
Homes For Sale Our }
along with' Belcher and s
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Financing Can Help ""
r : i over 75 red bass with the smallest
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weighing about five pounds Porter
You Take Prompt rjj Barnard said they would nut tell 1

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leu Ntf\V3>Leader: teumndiriu; Ikucii, Iluiuia Thursday, August 27, 106' 4 :,
: CHURCH OF COD _" TFloridfl MarriagesJACKSONVILLE Too Late I 1964 'UFirafes"

. = At The .ChurchPRINCII = CHURCH forth 14th OF fttrvel CHRIST I Cor. 4th and Cedar Sta.R ; uos'p..yClassify! Football t Schedule

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Earl I Ibt 11. MlaUUr < Johnson, PaatoiIliOO r UjJ 3.' hrcetij BY .I
Bible! 10:00 / : am. .m? Mnrnlnr R kc' ; I 15" Camden County,
Sundays Study Sept
or PEACH I:3D pm MYF Supper A Pro. Morning" Worship! m 11)iM: a m Y.!? E. Friday Evening 7:30plr' You, know I used to think that walk and then proceeded to tear I Sept 25' .. .. P. K YonRf X
LUTHERAN CHURCH gramiI ? am T 30 Servlci; Fer Year 1963 I 11 was a fairly sane Individual with I It up to give decent burial to I II
Evening Worship.. 7 00) p.m. : p.si. m. Evening 1 Oct. I Green Cove Springs X
Do..ld R. Hlmmehnaa, Pastar ;00 p.m. ...... Evening Worship ft ifFJVB Phone 261.3807 j the average amount of commonsense II IIj I some water pipes He seemed to Oct 0 ....I. . . . open
Phone 161-6834 ft v POWTS BAPTIST 10)00 '.m. .-_ Sunday School : rMarrisgea but after reading the pap. I think that engineers should have Oct. JII ..... ... Baker County X
School ....... .,.... 9:45 .. era I esa't help wondering considered the pipes before layingthe \
Sunday : m Prayer meeting
? arURCM f F GOY W CHURCH Wednesday In FterldbcreMed from 41604 whelb'l Oct. 23- .:.. .. .. Santa Fe X
Worship. Service ...... 11:00: '.m. PnornECYBelly : REV fHOMAB EWES: 7 30 pirn.; In 1962 to 43,in In 1961 or about er I am as nutty as a sidewalk The poor guy doHn'tknow Oct. 30- ............. Callahan

Mail, Pastor M5 -a m. _._ Munflajr School U per cent, :final figures at the and rookie as In out\the of step as the dumbest his that engineers before[ long and he the doe.n'lknow engineers Nov. 8 ........... . StarkeNov.
NORTH lUll STREET UiW ..m. Morning Worship FAITH! BAPTIST CHIRCH Slate Board of Health show regiment. 13 ..... ... Orange Park X
BAPTIST CHURCH I tO-00: '.m. __.. !Sunday! School! One Item occupying a three will tear up all\ the pretty .. .. . .
.JO ,..w _. Trfcialm' UnlnaP Rev. Jerold A. Philips, Pastor Oliver Nov 20- Live Oust:
B of
Rev S. C, Baker It am ..??.?.... Mornlmr ScrvM Id Boorte director column head and five columns of paving on his street to give lost
'' No 4lh St.
Interim Pastor i 7:45 p.m. ........M E cninic Serve :$ pan Evening Worship" the Division of Public Health Sla. space reports an afternoon In rites to a new sewer line
**.wI' prayer aorvloo, 7.If Sunday School......... 10:00: a.m. titles. fall the upward tread' ten.tlnutd B Team Schedule
T 45 Wednesday Her
I:45 '.m. ......__ Sunday School : p.m. I which a city council sweated out A college professor and scientist
J.1I04..III. Morning Worship flea tor young people. **" Morning Worship ,.... uoo: a.m. one winch begin ll 19S3 and the tough problem of deriding the got more space than the situation Sept 29 . . ?, . Open
-{* -it Sunday Evening ... ..... 7:30: p.m. that the talrly constant ate per Oct. 1 ............ Orange Park
11:31): ) p.m. _....-M.-..__..... difference between!" swill' and In Viet Nam by coming up
orBshTiUWorship LAST SUNHAT 43P THE Wednesday Prayer Mooting HOI papules during the period the had Instead Oct 13* ...,..... Baker Cnnntv
... garbage". It city that
7:30. p.m. Evening TAJJFRNACIE BAPTIST seems with the suggestion[
.................. 7:30: p.m. shows the rite be.attributed te
7:10 p.m. .. Mid-Week ServicesIMw cnVKC.1t MONTH .CM given a contract to an Individualto of burying our dead we should Oct 20 ....... ..... Own Cove
Amelia. Road Pkmie 1MIIS7tt 7::30 .U.r. Holy; Communion 6 the otpawUng. population" I collect garbage and he had freeze them and keep them In cold Oct 27* ... ..._... .. Sinto Fe
METi0DIST. 1000 BIBLE BAPTIST Among those mswryliig for the board Nov. 3 ...... ... P. K. YOIIRC
") &!L Loyd Chambers" Pastor : AM Morning Prayerand CHURCH come before the to protest storage until science comes up
German 424 Roulk ftfh Street first time grooms were generally. that iwlne the disease that' Home GamesX
CHURCH Sunday School ??,_.._ 10 am Independent growers with a cure for
.. II 15 A.M. Church. School Johnny L. Pastor three years older \than bride How.ever I' swill' from local could Conference Games
Kehon P. Meyer. Pastor Morning W. shp! .?",_ 11 a.m : King were collecting done them In. Then1''
*:45 ..M. _.??? Sunday School Evening!: Worship ,-?,., 7 p.III.. 100: P.M. Episcopal! Young !Sunday Services! divorced grooms ,were 4lyore I restaurants bring them back to life by thaw. Wayne Benner, Athletic Director
.n J)0,a.al. ._ Moraine Worship Wednesday Sorvlrs _.???? 7 Thin Churchmenfr 10:00: A,M. __ Sunday School widowed older teas divorced: bride After much argument and I Ing them out and give them a new Fernandlna Beach High School
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN!! 8:30 p.m. _.."?.,....._..... B.T.U. 11 years older then widowed brides I dom t.blrdbe\ matter until some Another Item presents the reaction -
CHURCH 7 00 P.M. Men's, P vvsr Service Over 48 par cent of the brides higher authority could definitely of an attorney who claimed The expedition of Spanish Ex.
Rev. John Dealer, Pastor 7:30: p.m: Evening Worship marrying for the first time were determine what was swill' and that the jury that found his client plorer De Narvact crossed the
Worship Service! ...... I::411 A.M. Tuesday) L I teea'agent while only 111.} per cent I what was "garbage.*. composed of a Suwannee River near the present
MONEL Church School ?._:?.. 9:48 A JL 7:00: pm ___ VMUtimi of the males were In this group! I The next Hem to confront my I II of guilty imbeciles was who made a group wild site of the Stephen Foster Mcmor.

Worship Service ..- 11:00: A.M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: I Boorde There a ald were;. Zt6N divorces la I I so.called Intelligence had to do'' guess totally disregarding\ evidence lal in 1528
Youth Meetings >v8:00 P.M. with an Irate citizen who was un. l I
And tell patriotic
. 1963, toe highest number athce 1641 I
Church .,. .M. (
7:30 P
??? : happy' became the city had pro.I !
School trtr PINE GROVE: BAPTIST CHURCHRe when there were 26112.:,After October I vided him with a nice new side.csuse citizens should accept jury duty. 'know Is what I read In the pap.
M Rioters and looters got themselves
W 0 Brooks, Pastor 1957 Florida lsw'NSt chang "
alive lie
FIRST AB8XNBLT.OF COD I er. If Will were today
SUNDAY SERVICES: ed from 90 to I jitoffihs required I plenty of space by screamIng
". R... E. A. ....... PasterM days I j would probably be as confusedand
brutality" In spite of
(45: A.M. ....... Sunday School residence for' divorce "police disturbed I from readIng .
TO BUY WHAT YOU NEED :00. a m. __. Sunday Brh sol 11:00: AM. ...... Morning Worship Boorde said that In M per cent of given la 17B03 cases 78 the fact that the cops. In no way''' the as. am
per eent Other leading causes were papersPoint
U:00 a m. -?.?.-. Worship Service 6:00 P.M. ? Men Prayer Service the 196S divorcee\, one or more mln. I responsible for their grievances )I
: WHEW YOU WANT IT I 6:80 p.m. .. C. A.,.Youth Services (30: PM.:. .,.,. Training Union or children- were Involved Only 28 I desertion, 3858 cases: habitual In.i I were simply doing their job under
730: p.... Erancollitlo, Service 7:30: P.M. ... Evening Worship per cent of the Mvertes were con. temperance, KB caws.: ungovernable [ the most trying circumstances, In I
Chnnday mid w lk, ...nle.< Wednesday Services: tested and la these the divorce was temper, ISt casesThere In an effort to protect the Interests :
: ... .. .. J I 7:SO p.m. 790: PM ...". Prayer Service granted to -the wire 73 per cent of were 211 annulments and welfare of the community In It with
1961 la 118 the
: "' It's it my H AC: <.tit cash from G-A.CI! Whit'i mon BAPTIST'CHURCH the time, the Husband B per cent I lasted less than cases a. year. Fraud marriage or I the face of fanatical revolution. |I

: ')*u hiajr rtpay gradually! on terms to lull' your pocketbook FIRST ST. M1CHAEPS CATHOLIC and both parties I 4 per ceM misrepresentation and bigamy were Political leaders scared half to SAKRETE'

Rev. J. T. Dunasai Pastor CHURCH I Extreme cruelty wee the local! ,|leading. grounds for this action. death screamed this end that but
Worship Serrlees 1:80 A.M. Rev Leonard Duncan Pastor did nothing constructive! to help
: : I, --- Mortar Mix
: 312IILP l I* $son "J. 11:00: AM Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th I, control the situation They couldn't
r '.00 PM. Sunday .........., 7:00: a.m. CALY ART BAPTWT CWJRCH figure out whether the whites' I Quality Controlled For laying brick' .
'u.de School! 045: AM Sunday Man -..?.?._??_ lit, 3rd I. C. BTRP, PASTOK 1 or "blacks" would come out on'' stone block, pointing or stuccoing.
I HEALTHTOPICS to usi. Juit add
: O.A.fc. FINANCE Training Union ........ 643: PMWednesday. 5th Sunday, 10.00 a.m. I Sunday School .' 10 A.M. top anti damn it. votes are votesno I Easy water
I Prayer Service Monday, Young People 7 p.m. Morning Worship 11 A.). matter who casts them ::

: COA It 0; It A ,T I ION I, 730: PM Tuesday, Novena Services ., 1:30: Evening Servlasp.... .7.30 P.M. v I looked carefully from front n';,J
80 lB.
1e ob p.m. I page to last to see an 1111.Iat.. i
: .u AMOUNT" I '_ r r INTI r0a SPRINGHILL BAPTIST Dally ?,.??.......i.M..I?...?M.." 8 I.m. UNITED, TEtmCMSrALCMBCH \ Ing that the Federal government

con 651 o Jfj fHfTTrStfW'SS 7 9 oo $5.06 $3.47 755 1 Blway 107 JftssanTllle ):39 Communion In Convsnt I Death Nh M. tt. ttuntllev. Your Doe ., r Army units to take over In $1
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.1 16000 f ,,49 00,79 Ii,67 untlW Rev William A. Fry trtt FPISCUPALOltUCll : 423o0 24.16 21.13 00 Interim Pastor ST. PETERS Worship lervke K........,. U a.lIt. >Dt8ECT STINGS & BITESi parently the situation was not as .IIMI MAI.
60000 3.3 334 42,66 59, Pastors Prayer Time Prayer Meettog' Fueeday 7:30 p.m. _-UtES SERIOUS serious as It was In Little Rock i. ::::.'z:
(For Men* ._, "_"" 7 8.111. the Rev Jsmea 0 Ellisor, Rector Bible Study Thursday .. 7:II p m When a honey bee stings or Alabama, It seems that North. !:
: hr1I" I 308 t Allantic Avenue Sunday School 11:41: sm.Morsieg 7:30> AM. holy communion tt someone. its, the entire bee {lies away aidleaves ern states are capable of taking '..
stinging appa- of themselves and don't need
__ 11 1000 AM Choral Eucharist care
Worship a.m. : U'nIDRAJfv&C
8't: rWAHy8'
: ...... ta.enend4iahash. ,Pleslda. Training Union ..,.." 8:11: p.m. 11:15: A.M. Church School'T / and rates,attached stinger and to venom the person sac, in Federal aid I Nassau Building &
'.I.phon.2'1-1I Owning Worship ...." 7:30: ,..11I.Wadnleday 5:30 P,M. Episcopal Young Attelto Cltf Mesv iMteteectlM stung Ihe sac then contracts I couldn't find a thing about
ChurchmenThis :' spontaneously and pumps its Mrs Peabody rushing to Harlemor i Supply Co.
y i .; l OlMfrft Mr f.tl ,....., I Saturfcy f II Men'a Hour of Power ?_ 7 p.m. ( Is the schedule of ever !. AlAL remaining venomous contents Rochester evidently Its not as I 1129 S. 8th Street

ALSO CQMVINIIHT O.FlCISIN JACKSONVlUI Prayer Service _.... 7:30: p.m. Sunday with the exception of,,the t fl. Oefh fotrPaetse'tj into the victim. desirable as an oullr.: In St Aug.ustlne .
: _.;.. "Wheassver will may com." 1 last Sunday of the month : :00 am. Horning, Service Two or three minutes elapse Phone 261-364S
-T- while the entire content of the Will Rogers used to say "all II
wl, venom sac is thus being in.
i -"Qbl f a'", ."aI jected Therefore it is important
to get the I venom sac out
ef the skin as quickly as poasi.hie. -
: ..... ". ', Unlike the honey bee thehornet FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
? yellow jacket and bumble

: .. .k. "' .. .. tae' "1 stinger bee and do not they have cnn a continue barbed Sales for New Extinguishers
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Service for Your Present Extinguishers
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insects. reported as pound
of or Leave Extinguishers At Fire Station
: .. : ; causes allergic diseases including
..11 '. : .: ants beetles bedbugs
''' : chiggers deer flies. mosquitoes.
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5:: '...ss ?,.,jt.'J; :, %.. '".; ,:AAbout': : : .:' .'.(,', \ '/ / \: 'J'' ,( reported can kissing bug have been BEFORE THE BIG

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the skin eople subjected to
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tt'f. calls for skille I and special
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WANT AD RATES. partmcnt 131 So Sth St. Phone FoundONE tAKS 5T AND 0 z}r KNOWN Of THC Life Expectancy'Getting ; I mind can tometlmet lead to ill./|

40 p. mild .'ffi ..WamiCM 261.4698. tfc ..Ir SWAUOi>tMM1I.Y* COMMON RWOtNT I f N Serf. Many wade about tomorrow
be It
.. Thanks" RwHdM 3 BEDROOM FURNISHED house SUNKEN BOAT, found In of no/ueA EXCEPT exTBcue SOUTH I Longer I CAB you
d and budget for your future
M4 FlU M see Amelia River 25 ft Anyone Interested (
September through May 2159 So I
oecd with such things as !
IS tr w.lye It** mlhnoi' > Fletcher: Call 261-4585 A27, SJc contact D. A. Cook Feraandlna II I : ;
About 20 year ago- She avenge and savings programs
l' at 1-S_ Beach, 261.4282 4t SlOe ., J
C$ or MI-MS U American could expect lo I die when/ I .,
K pi*** ad U ffletBJtAak apartments for rent CU i he reached the retirement age of More than, half of the occupetloAs'; I

Street. 281-3377. tfc CLASSIFIED 6S I In which last year'a college graf-i
I Today 17 end a half million Americans exIU
ualet war: employed, did not.
FURNISHED BEACH APARTment DISPLAY rW art OVN 69 and the !<*. when those young people webs

FOB SALE by week month or year. ie, i' r rraUon that oar expect to live *s> bornv according to the National

M So. Fletcher Phone too.HUH' 00 II 04 Ie II 00 en.- average of 100 years roar well be Aeronautics and Space Administration .

1B5I MERCURY good condition, 2619038tfc I 7/i,: I the Kcnrratlnn now bring born. <
Potrtlae Mill Car $250 M 4.. VV
1221,00 cash Call J25-S434 lip 1"'M//d tl But just living longer 'inq'tenough I r1_
,1ft/ ,lBt !A Extra years mealt' Illtleiinlfts
| I1OME: AND INCOME PROPERTY, Year round or sea 1961 Ford Clean ? they're healthy, artlviyears l' As guardians of Florida salt'

Clow to super stores, double lot sonal. 231 So Fletcher 261-466S Good assortment of Pontlaes and O.i .// / You can enjoy all Hit adcttd Watrrt, ihe Slate Board of Conner

1U So, 8lh St ,tic A27. S3p Bulckt If.', Bkr as owiea years modern medicines bas .I\'eq| I yillun" Issues seafood dealers II.I .

a : A r you you can keep young 1m tplrIt. tense and lobster and shrimp
| WIRE UAIRED TERRIER AKC 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT lower 1 Clearance Prices :1 "' fishing permits
body and mind bx prsaUclpg
uv" -
registered male, I month. Ph Tile floors Just painted, Phone I I2GI.53511. .-. ''J
261-4036 A37pi Harper" Punllac BulckJM fRENOLY'T'0w" a lilt Ie moclenilon! and following. ,
I So. Sth St. ,, PEOPLE I MIST these seven simple-: sup: Jj f'Looking

| 24 FOOT SHRIMP, BOAT quipped i MDB00M NICELY iUlMSJfk. Ftrnandlna Beach Flo. sl Yr coMMatYwwur 1. See your family pjiytlclM

with out-Mgger and net. Bargain ED lower apartment on beach 281.4167PUBLIC 61R MINT TYPl VtlTINSgoes regularly for a phyalclal: checkup" i

Jacksonville 765.4935. ICe: Year round rate $3800 month, ptovivtDFOUIT Today he iron dlagnott Mdi, trust

last lo. Fletcher: Up H 'I H 'II U 110 111111.. De. ass/Nv- iimoemirully almost my dlitast Mr
|2 BEDROOM fenced f- e *, fArsNOXIQyS
a LLUliKKjp ailment: It bo flndi It early enough '
yard image, Nice lawn, Shrub, SPECIAL, TEACHERS: ONLY NOTICENOTICE 6rrf $Avcsep MjtCTSMARTIN lie can also prevent. many of Its I : \ FORA i iHSED t

bevy. $39,00 month and small oceanfront apartment furnished, Ulnesaoa that may otti rwlM. come

equity See at 211 So 4th St or tabor Day to June 10 584 So NAME t'NDFR LAW PICTITIOVI your way CAR

call 261-5485, Uc Fletcher. 261-5878 A27 S3o 00 lee la hereby given that the un.cIenl.n.d. PuRpIRE 2, Watch yaw diet Ai the years
pursuant to "FlctlUaueName
UPRIGHT good FURNISHED, COTTAGE I room'sand BI.lute" Hous But No 1173, pall you usually need \less food
Chapter Ma. Xmi3. Laws ot Honda, witrlUqru' ? ? l'' ,
PLOMOA tf/Wf AND FKSSH WATeif FISH COMMISSIONPUBLIC and there la some shift In 1
Reasonable. Call 261.3788. lie bath Electrically equippedlass ) wet will rexlster with the Clerk ol I
Oaks 261r50, Uc I the Circuit Court In and lor Naaiau al requirement1.. You wilt add I Are

PIECE SECTIONAL with corner I County, Florida upon receipt of proof -.-- more preMn tilt...* (mt Bli4, ,.5-

table. Phone 201-4109 epee S:36 2 8KOOOM COMPLETELY. : ,u..1 I' of publication* namet to.wlt.of this njtlie. the llotlUuu but fewer fate old oal
p.m. Itc nlshed oceanfront apartment I' Hlokox. lire Equipment : NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICEIN PUBLIC NOTICE eta feel young" and MPNT whs' b/'ftearrylfig 1962 Falcon Copvt

So Fletoher Ave Phone 211-5211 I Under which Salli, I It IItrvlc.I am .engaged In Nom.l --m'It'fLW.\al.. : CIRCUIT' COURT OF THB NOTICE UNDKB FICTITIOUS t.. ..\\11I&., tt. *ot "i';: Br*dlo Heater
900. 4 DOtMl FALCON RAW tic builneea. P T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' IN NAMB LAW only tiring, It t a threat t I4t you*; ;
AUTOMATIC transmission Good I am ntatd In business at the' M TUB' CHM.UI1 :COtlRjT: POUF AND FOB NASSAU COUNTY, Nolle Is hereby given that the undemlgned Meltlt. IC needJo weItt&oo.re / Auto. Ttanv
UNFURNISHED Fir Station. I ernnndlna Beach Fie. pursuant $1995
Condition: 1959! FORD VI RAH. t BEDROOM That the only party Interested In NASSAU COliNT'FLOKln4.\ 1116ReAHUPTIDN Nine' Stilule' Nouns Bill No 1175, your physician. H. can ettsils" On* OWIWP

Automatic Transmission, 1 owner partment, oceanfront year round said business. enterprise la Alvm W MO I4MHARI.lt Chapter. Nn, MUM, Laws of Florida. Huh a proper Met by wWt _'Ull

car See MB! DuBnse at Firestone Call 21-4174.. Uc Hltkoa.4t A2T SI 10, 17e MINNIE V ROWS ROWB.kit bland.ail.P15150lh br JOHN':NATHAN' or DAWSOW the IB4I: '(Irrult will reglaler Court 1 In I'nJl"'nI.N' ,.'.of: : lone weight/ wlUuwi MtStljU alit BB.ImpurUnt ttft'hrct IFdrfont

between 8::30 and 630: or call ;. S miner, ky trlFSTK: W At, County, Florida I upon reolpt of proofof autrlentt ,
261-3502 tie TWO BEDROOM UPSTAIRS furnlshed .".. ANSI IIORA. LFK; AJ.UBB- publication of this iwuv. Sloe flalltloui '
apartment en broth, year PUBLIC NOTICEIN HEIRS OF JOSEfU ELAM VDWB, I RUTS wife. name, town 1 Get adequate rest. fat* rniw* 44 MiV8; Auto Trana.
PNE BANK TABLE,like round rental 937 No. Fletcher TRSt CUtCVIT COURT or THrOlKTff Uiceas, pMMdluNh, DO Netkek NOI'ICB BawnHtAddreM under which FIVE' I PONT urn engaged) IIULF In bunt and body need p0e and quid to ;:

new, complete with cues and PhpiW., 26U3595. UcrUKNJSHXD JUDICIAL tIRCVIT OF AtTaXIOM PlogkiDplaa UnksowaHarrM neie recoup! fnom Oho ilipn tf bi 'I 1f. ata $1295
THE STATE OF .FLORIDA IN Nolle ) un ."t I em engaged. In buslnena on So, arid avert
balli Phone 261-4892. Ue! li hereby | vn that the Know your limitation ,
itewmtAaldteis ith Street at Five Points Fernundln
deal.net as comiHiislener. ChivnletTStg1JOA'1ltllren
APARTMENt by CHANCERY die No Mil and by' virtue of. tb* eeurfi : VnkMisai Beaeh rip over""MBtlon and UrtlTH" feejti p.- 1"
RAPES 25c QUART you pick. week 01 month Reasonable CERTAIN.TEED PRODUCTS CORP entered In the shave csu* It i\ You are hereby notified that the That the only party .IM:re ted In amity and mentally tfceettv: :
Weekends only W1 J. Lohman rates. tall Ml-4328 tfc ORATION .il. of I the property hereinafter\ ... Ibov..nsmed Petitioners. CHESTFR lid business enlerprlie' I C, W cant'
troetionsl tension vela : r.- .nAE
Plain Utf, scribed) wUI otter far wInd. Mil. W, ALIIERTA and DORA LEE: ALBERTA Chaplin. !
Amelia City 28158ft9tCe: rs. it public auction to the highest and : ,, hli wile,, of the City of Vu. 4t 130, 'IT .1, 10 down too so take earth Jot-as 4k 4Qci' I.f
BEACH RENTALS! for further Information CABLES DRAVTON and .In _
DORY: ben bid d., for cuts a. the front door let, lorlda, live fled a petition at
ESTiNGHOUSE'APARTMENT Call W I. MoCranle CONSTANCE DRAVTON till. ella ol the Nitsau County Court Hmu. larernandlna Ih" ahov styled oourt for th. adnp PUBLIC NOTICE comes; not everything onae
DefndnH.AMENDED Bench NaMau County lion of :the minor child, named thereinand Plenty of rent can helpv" polar 1962 F.rJ
refrigerator Excellent con. 261.4642, tic
NOTICE OF SALE Florida, on r Monday: fJeptembcr \141IM4 : you ace required to show cause NOTICR Of BLBCTIONB UtlnflB In their proper perspective,
'J a i dltlon Call Robert ,farpley 281.i'ff Notice I I. hereby given that, pur between II W AM ..nd08 why th* same stiould not be granted ,
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR Amended, Final I Decree olForeclosure ol written tie. It known tniit L TOM ADAM, and sense of humor l r. "mil''''***
RENT uant to an described, by serving S copy your a
' r 3612, ext. 62 before 5:00 p.m? or P.M., the following jiropjir- / fleiretiiry ol Stale ot the Stilt nlI $1295
: N
entered In cause No I tenses,, I MFRCUHV
lany upon
Florida, antidote for tension Van
Atlantic Ave across from Key. tv altuut In Naiuu Counl that
lorlda I do hereby glv nolle
261-5109 after S,00 A27c 3023, In the Circuit Court ol Nu.auCounlv. KAVOUKLIS 34 South 4th Street,
Hotel. 261-4ft119. tfc towlttPiraul : a ENERAL: ELECTION: :' will be held 4. Funue physical pxetrl.e,.'TIle 11
atone Florida. deicrthedThat as: N.. li That part of lh. C Fernundln I Beach, lorlda I Attornevfor
(LARGE ,LOTS AT. FIVE POINTS, -- -- cirlnm place. parcel) of tract Griffith I Irani In Motion 38 Tows Petltlorers. CHESTER!:! W At. In NUHIU not luoaeedlnsL County, Flirlda Ole ,..tTo.oct.1' an Monde To.wday I mark of art. "ud') person It creak., IMi Ford F-600
ol land allude, lying and being In BERTA and DORA UtE: ALIIFR1Ahis / I
Easy terms Inquire at Five hip I North, Ranfi U' E.." of :In November, A. D 1M4. the' said hag joInts aching backs and t .myriad
MISCELLANEOUS the County ol Nauuu and Slate the Tallahaixt Mtrldw.' ......111- wife. ol Ih. City ol Yulee, I lends third 01 November 2 Speed Axle
Polnta Grocery and Hardware ol Honda, known red deicrlbed and by filing' Ihi original thereof with I being the day of oomplaiiiu/ Keep. aU :your
td follows: Diilnnlnf : uffle.
aa to fill the lollowln :
where .J.orit the Clerk ? laid otherwisedetr TCansWtlCSiOltDwRm7
Count a 5
Commencing I o Speed
Phone 261-5205. tic B"ic110n""l praaa tree marked x o as Stoles HanalorRepreaenlallv body part In good wotUna era ..r
the Lan hoe of Township ** may be entered against you United
WUL KEEP THREE .school 3 North' 7 Eaat Interaecte d In .th.O llovarnmant ol notes aalaIrani Ira unC such' ado lion. In Centres for thiFluhlh by UHlng them. Frequent: and" planned Tand m
pre : : ai nn corner : ::
: ; Pbulferty .
DlstrlitThree I
hand nail I
[ 210 ./ the Right of WITN :88 my and the Conxresslnnul the lose.
North 70 dtfrawWeal exercise mowing
children In home by dayor < ; thane ol Ihe PRICED TO SELLWt'rt
my of Kirnundlna DsarhFlnrldu Ill Jusllcee supreme
37' 100. Liberal trrtm.ATLANTIC age Way line ol Slate Road No too line of, of said, Court
HIGHLANDS, six raniI w0 O OXIFY One fl) Judged the District Count
degreea M Minutes West along the / refreshing, swim or icon C
auld line thence Seuth golf, I
aet In
lie line ol : b O, OMLKYClerk of tlr.cult : ol Anueul fur lbs I"'Irsl Apnelluls.
I lat'l 134 Southerly Riiht-nf Way .
dcntlal lots each x 136! .
20 degneea West., t 3W feet to llhl
ot wUL give 4
able. Road No 200 lor 11 S3,07 feet Co.rl4t DistrictOn game croquet y.ll
Some terms. 1 WILL NC-TfiE RESPONSIBLEfor to a point, thence South 33 d..r.... Eaul wood 1300 pout: feet thenee to a South llghlwood TO dearer' post 82(1 17. m, 10 ill Circuit, Judge, Fourth\ Judicial zestful enjoyment' of life J I'< looklna' for

| By owner Mirell, 200 Law Ex: 'debts Incurred by anyone 01 a point minutes, thence Eaot South lor "777 67 M degreei.nlnulei feet to let I In the Ruth I Una of laid claim; Clroultfloverrftir, 1. rill yeur days wilt arodiarUUvlly : 10000..ecl can so Ifyou're

' change Bldg., other than mytelf sinned) Ama. J7 minute Root for 2fat to a, theno North HO degree and BaitI PUBLIC NOTICE Secretary of *tal. The quickest 1ysy (U 'oldage"
to the
917 piece
Jacksonville Fla, Telephone lla !(Molly) Bunch. A13, 20, 427p .poles thence South 14 do,.... II Inning,cypress NOTITB OF MKFTINII: : Of Commlsslnner Comptroller of Agriculture : It througH boredom,, So keepup thinking of
Wed far 143 07 fat to i.n ;Pure: ; .
355.2C25. tee I' Ne, dl: The South one half 'TAX KQUAIIZATION BOARD and
3D Treseur.rAttorney Interest l Ie
thence North 79 degreei your work
Iron ol Lot I. the outheait. quarter y ur MOW ,is
or v
CARPENTERING ROOF REPAIR minutes EM for 13 feel la an Iron NOTICE Ht.ftt.nt IIIVEN, that UaaenslSupsrmin.lnrl( e' tor
ol the Northe.it" Quarter ol Sec the County. Assessor ol Tau will uf Public Instruction your autroundlngs By doing a good
NICE LARGE LOTS for talc thence
Reasonable rates Cyril and point ol beginning con
painting. North 73 degree! 39 mlnutei ., linn It. TownihIP I. North, Range meet with the Hoard ol County Commlielnuri Florida Public Utilities CiimmlsslonwSlut Jolt| Md taking prldo In yuur work the time to trade.
Good teima One mile .
quarter Byron 26M746 AJTc want thence M Bait ai a Board ol fqualliaUon : Attorney ul the Fourth Judicial
lor 90 feet to an Iron !living will
I Panel Me.t Lot S; Section ItTewrMilp enthusiasm for
South of Fir Points on Amelia South 14 defreei It minutes Weittor on Tuesday Sept, Sth, IWtt at ClroullPuhllo your
Rd. Call 2015421 tie IF YOU NEED A GOOD baby"siL 100 fat la an Iran. thane 1 North Oacrlbed," Range M Baal, together 10:M o' ckM at the County Defender Fourth Judicial CIr belle your years.' "
The shave property Courthoui Fernandlna lleaohFlorid .
at SMCharles4 Gene"or :
South 75 degreei 39 minutes Went cult <. Sartiolptt IB communlrt ,.f.
261- ,
SANDY ter. call! Alice Faye Derry 10' 10 fat 10 outran. thence No.1" wild all of the tenement*, .. far the purpose ol reviewing One III Member of the Hnus of Rep "
SEE THE X 3290 ICe 14 degrees 21 minutes E..I for I hereditament. and appurunatlc, and equullrlng and hearing complulntl resentatlveiCxinlv fairs Some people pursue the CurtAT
no prop no gears, pure thrust, 100 lent to an1 Iron and point( I thereunto' 'belonging: In anywlie appertaining '. and receiving tesllmony a* to Judge luxury '"C fussing and fretlng}! aUmlthttmiwlvet I
I will be told st I sale Idpurauine .
raid the value of propertv, rail nr Couch '
any t'lerk nl the Circuit
LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with Dex- ol beginning Containing 0 II atreiThere I
outboard engine I Hot U
velocity Jet IS of land reserved of laid order aulijeot. to "personal. as lined by the Cminlv' Ai Sheriff at
Runs In Inches of water, 6 hours A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at your la adtacent a strip to the Wed lido conllrmatlon of laid sale. by the. sews ol Tarn. for the year KM4 Tin Assessor you want to bo among the happiest/ '
i oourt t Dated this IJUl day ol Au u.l. A.I>., ,
store S3c described tract of Tao Collector
Dealer drug ol the above
gallon Only 111983.! Itearih share
per dagreet Dined at Fernandlna Nan I 1004, County Superintendent at Public In. people the doom yoMR
North 14 "
Inquiries Invited Phone 261.5063 ; MACHINL: land, and 31 minutes running East from' the uu County. Florida. the t Jllh day ot. DO. OXLEY) j struiUmSiil lime and talents with such' things

or Write Box' 236 Fcrnandlnn NOTICE.' WASHING S. W Cor ol above described tract August IMM Clerk to Beard ol CountyCiinmlesliners ,>ervl. >r of Ridstritlnn. at raising funds for charity :BtIntl > UisirrtMitorCompany
and refrigerator repairs Call ol lend to the North .noundiryline I 111I MMn. C Thompioil itAlbin Nauuu Three 131 Meniliere nf the Board of
I "
Beach. Fl*. j .aftv, 7:30 pm. to .7:30 a.m. 2251294. Henderson ol land fur now Egress owned and by Ingress Oliver /n/I L L C Hohunncm Ihompaun: it' I 3* O unty.. lorlda. 390: 37 13 I County und t CommlaeliiiMn" ,' District I, :1 In programs/out Kit vole for and civic participating Improve' *. .

$20000 down; $57 month buys ma. : CaU during day at Milliard purposes only. : L Behntam '' Two 121) Members 0,5, the Hoard nl.

senary, three bedroom home. 845.3853: ICe i irt't'fooilil"neo at beil Puhlle ladder sale gar. "oIt to the, 5/ hiobrd the Northers and /7,C.D R; Ingram, Ingnm- sknlen PUBLIC NOTICE / Three Public'13)Inslruillon:jiiirei. ol Dhlrlets the" Peuce a and, DllIrkli 4. .meat 7. ,Prepare fur your future.' qa". o.t(1I; # :
......... .' .. ---I oi coat Desc.adCourthouse Cnmml I' 9. and S Is
other shortcut to "old :" \wr\
'fIo "
'wl; ; j
or.res' Dalrlrtst I
+ : Tons 131 .
"aitDI. .rpJn;; CJ loon dtn a : y f I
r I solar DC : OR LoRIDA. Ggpd'u9hlrs t
764 :
54'1 I'r
rd u ulMMtlg 41 'I tfIIIIf1 bt'si4tr'p14Uing _: __
MOOS help with your Ida between II oe dcluelt A I 1I l'taN V I 11 ( worry., ,
Broker Int problem Writ Box drlak.l, S'00 o'clock P,M", On SMp10mber 4, Attorney k Plahol' w i I 'I IHAWCERt.N CAR Nf/, A.55.' Judo:: 'Small Purveyor.Clillpis* CourCounty I n__ __ ______ _

108 AtftRtlt Ate PllII" 214871ri ISM N {,13, M, tl. 13 CIt.'I'A1I'I.I'EE.' PRODUCTCOR. Three Member. Humphrey M..
J : 8-7700 0.
: Fhone a.. El /e
or I ( COUNT P '" Mieeeseer by met
CURE and t
OF TH&CU 'IIoiT'I'V I !mortal. Hp J Out Districts I, 4
EX4LUM CUSTOM MADEVenetian I PUBLIC set I FOR E55FNTIAL Two Ul Mcimwra, Mean HlthwayanJ
blinds "'IUI'84I11c' !, ra.oo VUflJINO and mflntehInt. Albin Attorney C. for Thomp.,1T Plaintiff Jr NOTICIor HOVtINO, INO?riauitlllDafindutt a ('opera.Roe Port Authority, flroupi 1 and 1.,

Installed Wide rang of color* Floor til*. Paul K. 8DlD.I SOS Atlantic Avenue CIRCUIT' coi'Rt' FOUNTS JU' In Teatlmony Whereof, I have hereunto 9
Phone 861.460tic "ernindlna. Heath, Florida DICIAI. CIRCUIT or FLORIDA, RING L, KrfiLER sad ANNIE' M. I lOt my hand and the lineal
PORTER LOVEQUIST Color It Aa7 NAJWAV COUNTY* FLORIDA, IN 1t&I.LB.. Ma) wife, Heal of the Htals of Flirlda. at
Center Phone 2613068. tie CHAMcttttvN Tallahassee, the C.ipilul, this theIh'rl".f..1
day ol July, A U,
Terms IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT' OT TIW 5 cwporalkm asps.In.d KING L. NJKILBB sad ( ) TOM ADAMS, y I
Rd. Large lot arranid fl
on COLITIS tlIUCI"L fllltQUIT 0' under an Art at ('eeirra sat ANNIE M, IUKULEB, .fell. wIfe '"SECRETARY or STATEM
Ph 2614421 ifs WANT LUBRICATION: MAN. genera TUB: STATK OK FkARlUA. IN eilsllni I pariusm I* Ik* r*<| si Mallonal WASHINIlTON; D. C, :.,, 111191)'17 '
AND HR NAHNAD COUNTY IN M..t.... Assawunlu. CkarMrAot e MRS NMZBL' MATIIIS .._ .. .
FOUR: LARGE: shady lots at Five ) garage helper Apply In CHANCERY: ;: CaM; No I7N kailnf He principal nllle .In tsI ROUTE' i, HOE in. .i
person: tasserre Motor Co tic CER'I'AIN-TfED' PRODUCTS'! CORP- 'My of Wathlnfton Ulilrlcl of Cab MILLIARD FLORIDA
Point. If you de lre, we will ORATION .m..... AR
You and cacti of you are hereby BE CAREFUL V *
build for you OFFICE CLERK 18 to 35. Typing .. PI.laltll, FUiMUf. notified that. a lull has been riled agnuut .4

ft t required Apply at Suburban LAYELI. YAWS' and" his wife, MARY rI' you In the above enhtle rouse WITH FIRE.
In ,
.E. D. UAINNIM sad ( LOtUAM. and that you are hereby miilred
864 Stanley, Drive"' Propane Gas Service. 7 South EfcWABPTH' YAWN DefendantsNOTICE HADUEN CIa wile file your aoawer Jlhto'k olUw YOU CAN'T

$300 for $1500 equity Take up Pay. 7th St, from 2 to 4 p.m Frl- OF SALE DetraiaaleNetlce Circuit Court ;. Q

moms 3 bedrooms 2 baths day. Itc I Nolle I I. hereby given that, puruant The Slat of FloridaTo ee-SaU thereof Illl. Attorney upon .the whoa Plalntlll name or.and Plain ad I ; BUT BACKJgAFOBESTt I
Final Decree ol foreclosure 1
to a
'* -tr l -te gnu In,
numbered : ROlER II HADBEN and
intend In cause
1127 Ne. Fletcher Ate. EXPERIENCED COLORED short in the Circuit Court of Nassau County GLORIA M HA PEN. his wife. THOMAS O., HALL I IIIINOINO

$8.300.00. Completely furnished order cook. Apply at Blue Seas. lorlda. I will sell the property RESIDENCE UNKNOWN Atlerney lot PlilrrtllfII ,
North Fourth StreetFentandtna
situated in Nassau County. Florida. You are hereby notified that a lull
554 n4 ,'ta; ,
'tr tf irZlt Art.53cI Beach. Florida rr
described ai: has been flied atalnatHodden yr Roger u h
80. Hth St. 1'hat certain piece. parcel'. or- tract and lorla MIn Haddn not: Inter than the ttth: ted .r.. of An: W PATHnwuetM
IM4. II fell Ue
of land illuale lying. and beingIn me above" entitled cause; and that' gust you in V....U Greasy
2 2 bathe extra nice Hre Confess will be entered
bedrooms I a
of Humus ant Nan hereby file LINOLEUM
WANTED I the County you are required. to your I demandedaid nL :
yard $12.500.00 of Florida known and, sauce parUcularly answer with In* i .lenji of this Court e.aunt you for the rellel
described as: Commenc- and to *erv. a copy throf u..... Ui. I Complaint The nature M sold voo BUV
Circle F.re. lug at the k. W Corner of Lot S plaintiff or plalntlira attorney. Whey. suit llelnJ.fur foreclosure. on the fob N... SAVINGS BONOS $'f
No. 1 DM $ Hill HOMX: FOR PART PERSIAN kit.Sena. stork 3. Section 33 T2N R2BE. name end eddresi Is: ln "u.e; '4..properly tllujle In ffiOOISn
beautl- In South Callahun Naweomb Sub'division MANOR STRATFORD, Io Ih* el ** and Slat otFlorida )OU HELP BOTH. 'vt
3 bedrooms Florida room, 261.3797 tIe V
Phone ;
Pint Boik I. P... I*. mar Uul4dU>t. Jackfimvlll. Florieta lowKVnith : VOUrTSCLP AND .h Sk1MOOWt SIAWIIC ,
fully landscaped yard $130000 Current Public Record of NaMallounlv taut ml, Inter than awn ol Ueptew. tight\ lit fat of Suhdlvf. I CHOtCA Q% lliMHa.Mlaal f B M Af. tITTUt.
down. annum payments $0360 LOOKING FOR oceanfront! home IBFmandina "' Florida. : run thence East bar. A. D I...*4If also "O' ol Ut and the N0rtl1 \VUK COUNTrT/f TNIIVU SjttOUlt j t t d
Beexh Two bedrooms I along the South line of ehireeoMI lo do M, derrse pr* can Fatly; boo :"q'r..f"' : d 9n/vl""' I WtMAMAW : )
/'ilfi. t** alp UM* BUM. MS
per month Lot f for 3WS4 feet to M Hum:. ,. mteredi. against yine hoc 9100 "C" all. In Bluuk
PITS INGRAM and dining room' a necessity Willeoaslder and beginlntrance, the relief. demanded ill the esmal l lnt Two: Hundred "..urteen 1214'' u i6'" ***H MIAVIMtwllMdl 14.aah ; b
CONTACT lot to build. Box M, tI.r.u': for lag,:: lee lo an The nature of Midi lull betty forforalonurs shown on the efflouil plat nl the.) IT1 aiAUIT. AIMIUOM ilNOtlUMM .b. rrT J.yn4ae I
Satouna Iron; thence North for 100 of Morttac us the followlim City ol ,.rn_*. aa llthoirap IeatMNMeUOMgOIMMANPOIM IM'r'j '
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L. ... IsbatnmRH. R'rmw. feet lo.n Iron: theses Wed lop deerlM prusjcrty situate/ In ed and laiued by the Florida. RaU UMtn WIIH aUMIMUM
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Florida read Company' In IaN end enlart
KM feet to an iron, thane* SeuUiloo Nasuy Cam lowttLot y'y tiw'
Real Estate Broker LOSTLOST feet lo an1 Iron and point of right lt Url iiv.( IS). OAK. edt. revised. and. lelseuert Iii ISHT
11 North 41R Phase. ZU-$1It beginning containing 0 33, nasa LAWN PARIi lecosjllnt In platUierswl and l I'''| by the blonds. TinvnWITNtM a
at public use. to the highest and recorded In, Flat Bonk] 1, Imnrovarsnh cnns.asP $6000,
"We solicit LMiiw.. ... Ue.. ant. best bidder i uo cash et the Northern 3*. of the public" records otth my hand end official eeal ......
Acreage FROM CITY DOO POUND Front Door of the Nass. County Bile. County, ahwda.. of laid Court .M tile slow of rerrMndm ... -..
I tee ao' whtt4 Ch4tr *frne. Ha Caarlk.a.w .-. Ressk. .- Wln.er up and seel nftaid 1 Bemls. N. iaiMi County, rlnrlda.i O Or
Ida between II 00 oclntk, AM and Court at Fernandlna Hexhpmrlda awe ttt day el July, A B>, lose ee r 51
tags, answers to Peanut. Reward 3 no clock' P,M., on September 4. this Rah day of Aufuat AvD (SEAL /IO 0 OXLEY) 43At
FOR RENTFOR for return or Information no lend 1'* Clerk of Uie Circuit Court ollaoauu
I SEAL) /s'' D 0 OXLEY I SEAL) D. 0 OXLEY County Florida
question askod Call XI 3684. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Clerk el the Circuit Court THOMAS II I MALL Porter It Lovequist

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Attorney fir PlalnUlfV attached to the e<>py of thin ixiiicevhsrii II North Fourth MreetCloisifiedi .
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Heath Florida shorn a residence more epecUte then J. AUUO
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Page" Twelve '*r Ke,,'g-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 27, 196-11 f

.., -j,-- I II' SUN tit m; c'-(;K I Dr. Robert Reddish To Conduct School I I Attack Harry Wood SquadronAt With;

Sanford HAS
On Information
Meat Here September 9


WEEKLY A Meat Information School Is to I I 1 1, How to Identify "arlnus meats Harry P. Wood chief aviation
from the"Rec" ti:I ,1A be held at the Fernandina Beach pork, beef lamb Identification of storekeeper, USN, sun of Mrs.
.g s ,,h{ REPORT BY Recreation Center on September 9 various cuts of meat. I I Jewel I U Wood of Milliard Is strv.

I from 9 *m. until 2pm. Dr. Ro. 2. Buying! of meat How to buy, : Ing with Rl<('onIlHIMlanee.Att1l'kI
w ; Center bert L. Reddish, Meat Specialist, I I I When to buy, How to get the most I,I Squadron Nine homotoased. at the
syn Naval Air Station,
Agricultural] Extension Service, Sanford
FARRIS BRYANT meat money spent, number and
Governor of Florida University or Florida, Is to conductthe cost of serving of various meat I The squadron (lies the "Vigil!:

BY school. I cuts. ante", the Navy'i newest super.:
SANDY DESANDKO FLORIDA'S HIGHER EDIT r Pk A local Fernandina Beach grocery 3. Grades of meat. s inic, Jet reconnalssance-attack
nON SYSTEM U furnishing all meats These I aircraft.
lie ,
/ 4 How to freeze meat
meats will be cut, cooked and then
THURSDAY: At'CIST 27th. ence Room at 8.00: p.m. Now that the smoke has cleared tasted by the audience. Door prizeof 5. Storage of meata.
from the controversy of Florida's meat will enable the lucky lad. refrigerator
Smoltty Says
Boy Scout Merit Badge Test at I WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2nd.
b. locker I
higher education system some ol lei to try out their newly learned
the Pool at 9 00 a.m.
Ceramics (12.14) In the Art the fundamental problems Involved skills at home. Stoves and refrt,. o. home freezer tt.4
Adult Ceramics In the Art I Room at 3:30,: p.m., Hank Sides, are coming Into sharper focus craters to be used during the demonstration 6. Cooking techniques of various FIRE'DESr2DVS
Room at 3:30 p.m,, Hank Sides,
Instructor. Unfortunately, there has been ) are furnished by local meat cuts
,Instructor Injected Into the public discussions ) dealers. 7. Carving. :
Adult Ceramics In the Art THURSDAY, SEPT. 3rd. growing out of the resignation Information to be given at the knife selection and care waptl> E

Room at 7:15: p.m., Hank Sides, Adult Ceramics In the Art of Dr. Gordon W, Block well I Mee sMR. meeting consists of: carving techniques

Instructor. Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides, as President of Florida State Unl-i I Those attending are ask to bring i
Senior Citizens Club In the Conference verslly much extraneous mstterl I I
sack lunch
Adult Ceramics In the Art a sandwich or drinks
Room at 7,15: p.m. and some personalities which have the biggest walk out, It seems will be available. ti 7r u
Room at 7:15: p.m., Hank Sides, i
Lutheran Church Slides In the clouded the real Issue Southern delegates walking out of With Information gained from )
Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Conference Scout Masters Room Roundtable at 7.30: In the The thing! that concerns me I : AND MRS. W. H. RUSSELL and son. Lt. Wm. T. conventions Is something most folks this school, sponsored by Mrs.

FRIDAY, AUGUST tttti. p.m. about this controversy, which III] Russell, of 810 Atlantic Ave, recently returned from a are now proud of. Mary N. Harrison, County Home
MUNICIPAL, POOL IIOURS probably very !good because It delightful cruise' aboard the completely air-conditioned However, though It wasn't laid Demonstration Agent, the home. I
Sub.Teen Club In the Came Roomat PUBLIC SWIMMING brings a lot of things out In the I 8 S. BAHAMA STAR to nearby Nassau from I In words, people generally know maker will be able to better buy
7.15 open that need to be, In that we that after generations of crawling and prepare meat for her family.
: p.m.SATURDAY Monday thru Friday, 3:30: to 15:30: :Miami. The ship docked at Bay Street in quaint Nassau
are really talking about admlni In for Instructions to carry out for For further Information, call Mrs. I
: AtO\1h": .... .. 29th. p.m. )ration rather than, education Our milking/ it easy to shop in the native straw market your "betters," the '48 walkout Harrison, Hilliard 845-36UO or Rcc-
& beaches and enjoy Ba-
Saturday Sunday Monday famed
'' Class educational system ll good The swim at Nassau's! was the first stir of old Rip Van reatlon Center, Fernandina 2615261. .
Ceramics Pouring In the Sept. 5, 6, fc 7th 2:13: to 443: p.m. real controversy 'arises over the bamian night life! Dixie. / A natural cause for flight!
Art Room, 1:00: to J.OO: p.m., Hank I
Evenings 7:15: to 9.45: p.m. method I of administering that edu. ----- r-
:Sides, mate ,w. '
except Sundays. catlonal sjstcm State Budget Commission
T n.Club In thj'Came Roomat l The
: 7,15; p.m.SUNDAY .*: .' Family Night on Fridays (Chil. Under the present plan which bus the responsibility for supervising "
/( dren must be accompanied by has' been In fleet since toy, the certain financial aspects, spc fJt. .IEYa
AtGUST: 30th; adults). I Board of Control has the responsibility daily assigned[ to it by acts of

Lutheran Church Service In the Adults.Admission: 15c Students, 35c coordination of general'jup of the universities Tvlnlon and In the Legislature.: of administration I 1/( L. B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO

.Conference, Room at 11.00: am I One of the areas
stole system.
In which opinions are slmrp. I yllUHNNIT I
.MONDAY, AUGUST 31st From classified to display, day The lay] Board performs several ly divided Is that of budgetary and
In and day out, newspapers are roles. It represents the citizens of fiscal controls. Gov. George Wallace's speech to !
: Ceramics (!).ll)yTn the Art Carrier
the finest advertising medium 'the State and reflects as accurately the platform committee bet ore the'
Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides, there Is, according to Orville W. as It can the wishes of the has For said Instance that the the Budget Legislature Commission convention hinted maybe somnam:,
.In8tr ctor. Oft: t Johler, president of Independent people of the State regarding the bulate Dixie be awake and
Adult & Teen Ceramics In the Grocers Assn. operation of the educational Institutions. must! approve faculty salaries may
Art Room at '1:11S..p.m.: Hank It also represents the Instltutlons amounting to $15,000 or over looking over the field. |
and administrative salaries of $12,. George said that In his state and 'AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING
Sidei; Instructor vr i If( an Individual Is at least 65 In dealing with the gov. i
500 or more. This causes certain other regions more and more Rip ,
Surjprs( Club Meeting In the Board Is I
years of age he should check with ernment. By statute the
Game Room at 7:30 p.m. ils local social security office The legally responsible for what happens delays and creates certain probe Van People who awoke didn't ask i I ICE MAKING MACHINERY
: lems. When a president finds some about Billy Jennings Bryan j
Institutions under its
social security law was changed In In the
.TUESDAY, SEPTlLMBER 1st. man that he wants to employ that after brushing I
It up
I960 and 1981 and many persons jurisdiction. The appointed Boardof SALES SERVICE/ & INSTALLATIONS
let'I for 17.000 and $18,000 -
: Painting Tot Leisure., In the may now be able to qualify for Control acts subject to the su- lay on political events since Grandpa i .
he must ascertain that the man
Art Room at 7:15: p.rtir1 some monthly social security bene. pervlslon and control of the elect. and then Va passed the party toy. j
and then sub
would like to come I
Barbershoppers In the Confer fits. ed State Board of Education. i
alty hex down that by George,
mit It to the Board of Control for
approval Then, under the law, he Gov. George was real hep
.. must submit It to the Budget They found out that William Jen. I
: ::; ::..:.: %:! r"t Commission for approval. Time Is nings Bryan was gone forever and .
= consumed in this process. Sometimes almost as forgotten as Billy Sol
,f there are differences of Estes. It was no secret either that j
ES opinion that's why we have In Washington the Senators would !I
Budgot Commissions and Boardsof talk about Home Run Biker, bull I '..
j ENGfflE STUTTER, I Control and It really poses shunned mention of one Bobby
problems for everybody.The Baker.In I 261-4892 '
; FALTER State University System now the history of
i J"K I
T consists of five universities and from 1932 to 1964 they had learned 1104 S 8 STREET 11.1.
.j t4 OR STALL? the Florida Institute for ContlnU. how tile Democratic party of ...
Ing University Studies which ad- Grandpa had been a victim of a
rrGETA" ministers the off-campus programs rare type of cancer first discovered We Service Everything We Sell
TUNE-UP of the universities. A sixth unlver- in Russia after World War I.
illy, University of_West Florida \ Going back to '
1948, the year of i
which was named only thli | -_ _.
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week, will be open In 1967. A
Only seventh university will ope*' "1n i:
Orlando In 1968 Skyrocketing enrollmenti .
.t1 will require additional
':, Institutions In the years ahead 1
I Not only are the Institutions grow.
I 66 Ing In size, they are becoming In.
r. creaslngly complex and more expensive .

1 --m i ii to operate BE S
any .Ix j As our State University System ,
i cylinder car 11 expands and the deminds for tax I
dollars to finance the universities
My .I.bt.,........'" ,-, mount. It will become Increasing. /
I .810 .,.,IIMVfI' ly Important to have effective co. save a life throughmouthtomouth
: urdimiiiin to prevent costly clupllcatlnn .
'Parts extra If needed I
j of el foil.
\ The question Is hhnll we just rescue breathing
I 1. say to the universities here Is $50:;
million or whatever the sum I I
I 1.I WE DO ALL THIS. might be take It and developthe When breathing stops, this simple procedure may a small child, take relatively short breaths, about
I best educational system that be used in cases of drowning, electric shock, chok. 20 per minute.
I t you can? Or fliil! some supervision .. ing, overdose of .
medicine carbon monoxide
poisoning attempting rescue breathing victim
by the circled officials of Flor. lay on
.- 0 Clean and adjust O Check coil and Ida b" exercised1 and other respiratory emergencies. back. Turn head to side and wipe any foreign mat.

I \ ,, spark plugs condenser | It mnv bl'< tlint relief eon be For an adult, follow these FOUR simple steps and ter out of mouth with fingers. Then straightenvictim's
I provided III IV buduetdiy: nnd Us. 1 breathe vigorously about 12 times a minute. For head.
cal urea by tst:>tblishmu more
) @ Clean and Check generator realistic salary riding or by simplifying .
sonic of the ducal structure

f set points and voltage ,, controls without weakening proper

I Set timing regulatorI I really hope thit we can work I
out some plan under which real
policy matters by the policy mak.
I O Adjust carburetor Check battery tog Board of Control, which Is for

.. w.,. the most part the way it operatesnow
-p, .. t tt and the details of administration .
are left to the Executive j
Director of the Board and the
'V university admlnl tralora.

y H- We hive made more progress t .
In higher education In Florida during a i
I >i5 the pool few years than soy I
SAFEfiY comparable peiind In history In

the fare of the moot vigorous! 4. __ _
erewlh In the' nalh'n.+ hut much I Place one hand under vlclim'i neck and lift. Tilt head back
Pull chin upward until head It tilted back fully. This Is
niiwlns to be dune In thefuture I
ayI I more other as far hand.II possible by holding crown of the head with your 2: essential for keeping the air passage open.

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a1taIR1Noup oFwclTr Place your mouth tightly over victim's mouth. Pinch nostrils A Remove mouth. Listen for returning air. If not heard, recheck -
"e. l ,, I'" pkda 3( shut Breathe hard until chest rises. For babies and I head position Breathe again.If still no air exchange,

i e J .t> .. ,.,, +.,1 a.rrao.w very young children, cover both nose and mouth tightly T turn victim on side and slap between shoulders Repeat
---f with your mouth. breathing removing mouth each time for escape of air.

; ; .WFERNANDINABEACH. \ h m] to un it it It durable!

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