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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: September 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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In Nassau Of A Service Century County .Jffi Eninib IuaT3ieach] N afe-lkaher; Best Local Advertising Medium News





Store IMS Absorbed by Fii chaae. Mtrjr of Succtiilon, The Florldt News The Eail Horldlan, The ,..,,111.111.. The rernannme counei, me :Stand City' reraifrom onwv, fermmdlna Exp..... Th. rernandlna News, The Florida Mirror, The Nuaiuu ('mnty Slur The Ntwt, The F.rim edlae accord,
Feinandlna NeweSerord Naaaau Coumv Leader. The Outlook The Mori ,.iienrfla Nta. Tht tee I "inrtlna Ne..a, The Bureaneer
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VOLUME 107 NUMBER 1 FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA....:THUI:..,DAY, SEPTEMBER10' : I 14 -' 12"' PAGES THIS ISSUE lOc PER Carr-1:

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out '',lorn the most destructive
hum mine to hit Amelia Klund\
Iille" thu turn of the icntinv I7-
I A mint, estimate hv (Ml |nt"
GOODBYE I I t I DOHA fens Director\ Walter: 1'rentnn
Even the IHmcxrallc and Re. and I'lieitmof' I'uhllcVoiks e1.
publlctn national conventions dldn.tpack t Jim Rettid t lint damaire to pll-
as much wind us Dora. vat "l'llI'h I piopiity iilom ut a-
fr ft' hovi *> million.
I have notliinu but admirutli for \K minlea. nf damage to city 1 4
the diflcrcnt agencies Involved In prom"tv and other pioputvthronuhmil '
the big task of combultlnij the x till! island ore an ;let;
many emerge'nek' that accompany''' not .vmliil..)<..

hurricanes or the size and fury of T 4vl .. ,
Dora The majority or the axcmlea t ;
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were will coirdinutcd: und very little w Supplement To Carry "
conllkt In supervision was experienced I: "
To this dedication 10'' e Fill Story, PicturesOf

the common need of safety can be :' 4. b M / t ttt Hurricane Dora
attributed the fact that no1 deaths k : M I
occurred or serious I Injuries Hurricanes \ will be enn-lcd A c ONdtLlE( SEAWALL failed to protect this beach cottage of W. C, Gilbert, :Mac-
i tt supplement ('Ienn ', from virtually total destruction! Hurricane Dora'd raging The house
packing far I less force than L In the next issue of the New- ) seas.! !
Dora have accounted for many a ..., I I. "dl'r with the full story and left silting high above the beach on pilings! belongs to Hill Rhenbark of \\uvcroHn, da.
death In other areas Whether you I great number of plctuies of Before Dora the edge of the beach was mime distance out In 'front of the RUenbark
Involved In civil defense supervision I THIS GAPING HOLE was a part of the traffic turn-around at the Eastern term. The location lion South Fletcher
were the damage/ caused by Hurricane cottage about midway between Atlantic Annuli
police work public inus of Atlantic Axenue. At right is the ramp to the beach, which was underminedby Poi'itThe. and Sadler Road. The debris. on the beach In the remains of the concrete seawall
works operations utilities or any the extreme high tides spawned by Dora's winds. Note heavy rip-rap handledby :New- .lender management
of the other contributions to safety Dora as It it were match boxes and deposited in the street between the Golden riLiets/ that, along with counties: *

I have only two simple words Sands and the Blue Seas restaurants ellicta' a louts of power and phono
WELL DONEI! service wan experienced' diningthe
& hurricane and for some time

With Dora howling outside like a thereafter, causing a late publlcntioi .
banshee and trying to see by Ian and a luititilmcnt' of many se' ra
terns lamps candles or the like, 1 "' '. new Item which would have r
doubtless many found real assurance '1! ;' normally appunej

In the calm informative voiceson ,,:) \ Just a reIef! the m'iny n'c-'
the air over local radio station rtif8' tutee we have ale published in ab.
W-PAP In sharp contrast to the < thin Inane but ,tho others will bu
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sensational type reporting going on I t; cariied In the supplement of the

In other. ,areas while Dora was next "Issue. 0 j. .,,
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her havoc the Loa
wreaking news over .. k
r. W.PAP was clear and coa'k( and :. :..:. --:- I '1
the manner of the announcers reassuring t F ',.j ) Col\ Paul Hamec: of the US "" Yrfl pj"'a'M N( 4'Illt e'xtl6vi
to those who were feeling : 1 1C Engineers, WH here to look over

real concern My sincere congratulatlons w.r:, ...,...,....y. 4"H> \.t the alt IIKtlon. Co\inor; Biymit
to Harold J. Mann Bill ::fJ<, : and Sinatom, Spesxmd, Holland g r
and Bob Bailey for their i 1.y
Alexander George! Bmathirit and Merman ''w kl v
yeoman work in keeping W-PAP "'...,. "" Talmadire flew over the nun today
on the air during the emergency .. with offulaln to liiHiidt the
Dora added Just one more reason m Flmidn' has been declared -
fur a bridge from here to St a disaster area by Trent 1 M Y.ve
Mary's. With AlA Impassable to dent Johnson mid! irovtinment
the South and the tide waters of help ,in expected\ for reimindina
Lofton Crock a threat to the West Beach the Jmkxinvillo Him" .hi I
a route. such as the bridge would and St Augustine. the ateuii : aria
afford would be most welcome In which l'li'the i utionitent:;; fouc" of
case of need for evacuation In hurricanes the monster huiikane DORA'S HEAVY SEAS extended the beach up to the middle of Fletcher Avenue Just

or other disasters of the Advance gale/ fl'olllI.\ ..... he- South of the Vacation Apartment. The area at right of the broken-up paving was
future. ran moving Into reinandlna formerly a'uccennlon of tall Hand dunes. This area Is about midway between At.
*1 Beach on Tuesday and lesident lantlc Avenue and Sadler Road.
If you're without lights!! or phone on the beach were advised to
Just remember you're not without 1.l reek snfttv' from the hurricane! I
company\ The line and service .rk On Wednesday morning, mualU|
crews of the Florida Public Vtilittes accompanied the liineaiilng" wind i : 'I
Co, and employees of the Ma. and unusually hiuh tide biitan/ 4 ;
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rinna 'division also, have worked pounding the bniih with heavy i
around the clock In restoring pow. damage being felt' In'fore noon d

cr to for the Southern various areas Bell crews The same and THE PICNIC PAVILIONS at the recently dedicated G. Ralph Wolff Beach Park were The wind ronlmiiid to grow 4 ,1t

goes' bringing In help from completely undermined by the high tides of Dora as early as Wednesday, morning during the afternoon to hurricane
they are
Damage at the height of the fore and the peak wind of over
other states The damage to power storm was far greater than that shown here.
100 mile per' hour were felt a- n. "
and phone facilities here ii needed Is Ineatl-In bout 1x0: to 2:(00) a.m. on Thursday t..
mable and patience
after the
: just shortly highest ,
the emergency
tide was experienced
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I am pleated r to note that the ad. At the highest tide water was
over manv narU of Fletcher
vance gifts phase of the Nassau
County Community Chest.United .4/ / Avenue with heavy destruction to c4 d
both the North\: end Srmih
pne y
well "
is Rep
Fund drive going f
Claude Wingate and Louis Fcr. 'Y11.. 11s 11/ tines' a putt of Route AIA In M M
f downtown iniindinu, Brush water
rclra s efforts bid fair to have the D +
from the Amelia Itivir wire
start. The
campaign off to a flying
tin Atlantii Avenue ulmoHt to the
eight agencies to receive funds 1
from the drive are active In this lti pj pjRT I'alaee Saloon
county and are worthy of your f The atronitext/ wind wire from
support Drive chairman Bob Cen. the Not.t hi'u->t UK the storm Invaded .
ck has confidence that everyone wl'l the mail Ian I but with the!
recognize the need for the drive taxitlnir! of the ,,.vn )between Jinkonvflle .
and that the $18.000 goal will be and St Augustine armed
met and exceeded In this I cer. 7 to 8 a in. Thursday the winds|

tainly agree If you are In business begun to nhift to the .Southweat ,....
or Industry and are contacted by and South an the hack' part of the
Claude or Louis for an advance hurricane posed! Inland I'p Into AS EARLY AS WEDNESDAY: I G, during the high tide, the advance gales
gift Just remember this Is one Thursday niKht: the wind wire from Dora had caused severe erosion Just North of the Blue Seat Restaurant. This
drive rather than eight and give 11..t, 1.Iw till of near hurrkone forte area later Buffered far greater erosion as Dora stepped up her tempo.
accordingly Those who do not + Outside the beach area where
make advance Rifts are remindedthat .4 around an entimaUd 15 homes *
the Individual drive starts on ,.. w ere d eslnvr u an d Snot h 1.r 10
generously Herlounly) damaged the mulirdumiiire worked Hound the cluck since ,, vivo an fact a* possible. emergency. / citing the orderly
Sept 29, so give wn riiUHed by felling! the first damage' wee felt am I i I Jerk F.illck: suburban man manner of vvaiuatloit and behavior .
The Jaycee are
for Tots' campaign early 1.f abound heie and acme of the taller and one from Went Palm Heaih I urns I'hI."ho"| ) were knocked wen conducted' attil
this Toys year Collection spot again U I A '' 'ems I pin... arc on the way to aiaint In this I Iw out In lvrniuiilina leach alone. \ hiadiiuitir'| at hive Point
TV call to t.4491 will linen were, down all over the emergency..At. and. our crews are on conxtant but "Piexton. said he stood ready
Chuck Continued( or a on page six) city and Inland and the city wee ; et this time ((6 nm, Friday i ,1 I duty until the,, are all Lack In, to move the emergency iperatlontiailei
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in veritable daiknei, except for Hi per cent bark to nnr .c'vll'p., Ue hive other crews ,. to Millie In cue of high
auxiliary V lIpral"rlit key mal operation and by acme turn coming( fiom. oiler areaa tu ax. ,I watir He said that 12 to \Itladiox !
Fernandina Beach noint and improvised lighting In during the day Saturday we ... i, aixt in thin woik, The dumai wee In operatiin ovi|
Weather homei pert to be completely buck I., wa rnnoidrrable! and we big the I the county. Jill In each city hall,
,IV.I Repair' crews were at work at normal public patiime" until their service one at the radio xtation and the
!! .pprnved 7th At Weather Lime Street!StationSouth the height of the storm and a- "The cooperation and patienr. la rexUnid others at the ahelteri

lone\ ; with otiMid, a.aixtanie... have of the public In thin emeruemy'' (ol. Waiter "Pieitton" Jr. Nanau Pnaton urged/ that the public
BADITh. HIGH TIDES on Wednesday morning had this shrimp boat, moored at the city dinks been working a i mind the iloik. la greatly appreciated" I, County. (ivil lIef'n.l1I'pe.\ remain alert to the pomtibln
by the Florida Marine Welcome Station J just a foot or so below the dock at its water- Pan Tin"iifhprlv. divlalon mannver Southern. Bell Telifhone!, (b? tor, said that" iiroxlmately| IJOilj:: threat of Humcaru Ethel, which
line. The highest tides were felt around midnight \\ednendav when the Welcome of Florida F'uhlic Utilities ('o", expel, iened the lame problem. askFlorida were cared for in shelters aroundthe hal been following the path of

."weather'n.'., ...la,hll furnl"...h....d._tnurtear,.... Station )lawn in foreground was a foot under water and the Amelia River was up .\t.LlnliC' aid today: Public Utihtiea and theircrews I lrnton county, I Dora He emphaiiied that It I I.
pmrth, 7th .1 Lime Street "local erwa and three men also arc working around was high In hia pralnc I
Lasts Satan, Coop.raU\I. OllHrvvI Avenue almost to the Palace Saloon from the Marianne divlmon have the clock In restoring phone ler. for the cooperation of all In the1 (Continued on page ilx)









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Two :tietta.Leaoer', Fernandina eltch, Kloricta humility lJtemlJtr: LU.'-1 fbs hiu pui>il in U>S2-&i than In the! m. Information concerning! fcilocaitlcu Dwn( cf P.hflt! : and" M,'. uJI
)preiioue year; Dixie County, with: I of f funds approved by CUll.I Mrs, R, A, B ugDman, :lormeily! olPtlatka but countless adults break the I le
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER it>% more; and Alachua County, 'I grew for public works In our lev.I by shooting/ signs on refuem ,?
REPORTS WASHINGTON with ( O'/i more In ttilt connection, era! !district: tor the fiscal year I wildlife management areas, To dt
811 ASII STREET PHONES 261.1688.681.2687: (; I F'J I "t t la Interesting to note that If the I I IMS Included In the monies ap. I. could mire com. I face, remove, or, change racy! sl|R,'
A John H. Perry NewspaperRay I jTlvrlda' State Legislature Is compelled prop:ri.ted for projectt all or part I Many people what their .experience In any manner Is violation o
By Rep ( MatthewsVISIT Portably on ;: codeL'a
_ Caldwell Editor and Manager ) at a result of the recent ly In our eighth district are: <(Ill< ) ,I has cost them Florida wildlife,
ABC AIDITED PAID CIRCULATION TO THE DISTRICTI it if i Supreme Court't decision calling Crosa Florid Barge Canal M,. ---. -- -- -""
Published every Thursday and enleicO at the Post Office jl enjoyed very much my visit In |I for cne; vote for one person, to give'I 000,0.0(2), : ( ) Operation and maintenance
_. I'craandlna Beach, Florida, as second class null matter the district last week and I had us a rearrangement of Congres. of Fcrnandlna Harbor-I
= to. Subscription Rstes: Interesting meetings In Alachua sloul districts next year that theI $.e0Ioo1'l3): ) Operation! -
,M'.*. ff'nr52,25 6 months $1 2J 3 Months Bradford, Columbia, Putnam and: I I new! districts will probably not represent tennnce of Imraeoastal Waterway 'BUY-
::--fr'r : ."; .*t ''S 4 SO a year out of county St Johns Counties Two highlight one vote for one person from Jacksonville to Miami _
of my visit Included a cruise on any more accurately than they dat '> t2JOd03; ((4)) Genoril Investigations I +
the beautiful Iclietucknee River the present time Tor example (for I itraccastal: Waterway from St LIGHT 1
AN EPITAPH TO DORABY and I visit In Bt. Augustine whereI redistricting! of Congre8l10naldlalrlcta Mortal River to Tampa BayI1COCOO -
helped celebrate their annulI If It Is done In 15 will f 13)) General Investigations from AWANT
Day In Spain Festival I am hope. lave to be based on the I960 cen. for beach ercmlrn In St. Johns
GERRY SHEFDFID To see a pine tree at full height ful that the Ichelucknee River In ma, Florida's pop:ili linn has Increased Connilv $15.000: and <16') General
When the wroth of the elements inch as the one that lay across the the Columbia Suwannee County Ith so rapidly since 1900 that, Investigations for flood control ofWnccmssa
has been spent In full fury In a JIb I I st the present time we are en- I -- -
Phlnnry homo on Atlantic Avc.I area can be developed Into a stale nr \ River $30000
hurricane on such a small portion flUte! to at lonst end
one perhaps I
and I think the Land nSllonsJI"C'Cnt
gctilly, as though It fell as park antWater
::1she universe, as the havoc arare.1 I two additional Onsrcssmi. lit
Conservation I Bill
H R have
visitor to office
wreaked. by) Data, one realizes the'nlllll'quacifl fully as possible so as not endanger I'lRfl.! Florida's popiilillnn was 4.. my
3846. a measure t that I co-sponsor Included: lion and Mrs. Ralph
anyone, large oak trees tint
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of m n. Oil.Sifl: now It Is estimated to boS ADS
have stood for this Island, ed, can be very helpful In providing Turllsi tcn, Ann Don and Kathy
years on
All I the millions of dollars spentIn i 70S,000. It should also be noted ,I
fundi for the
I uprooted to fall In the streets |I development of Turlington: ; Mr and Mrs Richard
the plan to enter space, the In. this beautiful area Over In St. Augustlne that the population of the present Joe
rather than the surrounding homes, T. Smith Schelly, Tom, John
e l d strict that below .
and brilliant scientific s are population
Uenlous electric wires flapping' In the gusty I visited the new National and 'Claudia Smith, Mr. and Mrs
minds at work endlessly towardman's I average! which would] Includeour
wind, the road washed away In Amphitheatre, which hat been con. Joe Lcps; Mr J. R Whltford: Mr'
plan, all seem such feeble I sections at the beach that could strucled entirely! by local fundi to eighth district hu Increased A. Ruzynikl, Miss Elizabeth Sol-
< Hint the I
when of i present npuation! of
attempts the magnitude take car of the anticipated crowdsfor .. | of
have caught a passing motorist, tE icy, end Miss Verna Bean, all
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the districts In
the forces of It readied. comparison with
nature metal and! awnlngt the celebration of St. August. I Gainesville; Mr. Frank Higgle, Mr I
canopyt wrapped
No miracle of man can atop time, ken[ for In the.lj: the national average la not as
one : S.Setale
I I around posts and trees, that Ine'i 400th birthday next year, andI person Teddy: Pclllcer, Mr Emmett Tay.
hold back the tides or cage the and, let itartllng as It might a em.
again me I
could fatally Injure a person all toured the areas when historical empha-l' lor end Miss Patty Robinson, all
Muds.. these multiplied tcen-tlmes-ten are renovation Is already. proceeding size It would seem tl) me that' 'the PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS OF of SU Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. W
Moving about the city after pass. the miracles. The Day In Spain program which several states should have 'e righta INTEREST TO OCR DISTRICT M Swrpll, Janice and Andy sweott.1
''tgt became possible and seeing Let, give thanks and take took place last Saturday evening, decide whether or not they: want Tile Chief of Engineers has given of Ki.rnaodna! Beach, Mrs.
clint hand the destruction, It was ut a t was well attended and I was honored till I same federal principle W representation
almost as U the trees electric moment now and then for consider', to receive the Key to the City applied to their) own ,
wire, roofs signs etc, fell according atlas for our friends and neighbors ,i I from Mayor Shelley and was also Males, .I
to a blueprint. That there and to day by day' live\ In closer | given a beautiful book of Florida NAVAL STORES RESEARCH
woreno Injuries or fatalities was harmony and fellowship, towardone history by the local Junior Cham The U, S, Department of Agrl-l
'aruJoul, great common bond of unity, her of Commerce' culture has announced the develop. |
.. U CONGRESSIONAL ADJOURN.' ment of new low.cost peroxIde. "GOOD THING WE SAW THESE
MENT UNCERTAINIt potentially Important to rubber and

COIN I seems now that Congress la go. plastic Industries, that can be made
INCIDENTSgNt Ing to be In session for I few more from pine gum Congratulations to
Dr, W. H. Schuller, R. V. Lawrence .
... weeks because of the concern we
-r .. CMMMIAUM, Twill have here In Congress about the re. and J. C Minor, of our Niv BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THENEWSLEADER
'4- '1 CON CBNTIRTATENAauDTFMTODWTEGT VaTN A ama aA THe cent decision of the Supreme Court al Stores Laboratory at Olustec,

Tot COM* IV eimue- requiring state legislatures to be who developed the process a* apart
IN* THEM TO* THER CM A UAMon apportioned on a one vote for one of an effort by the Agrlcultur.al .
itopf,rocfcy PUNC.HBP our person bests I have joined with the Research Service of the Depart.
.. HOLES IN PAWS*0* WHITMAN majority of my colleagues In the mmt of Agriculture to find new "
ON,., M ,.c,, ( couECTiONt BOOMHIL*COM ay KXMA/NP ALBUM* PRESERVE O.P House to make every effort to stay I uses for agricultural product. I THIS WEEK!
14."," f Coma STAY M Mtm-Kiw COIWTION this decision of the Supreme Court FLUE-CIRED: TOBACCO SEASON I
.........o. I BEHIND CLEAR a C11*re PLASTIC until we h8had a chance to Final compilation of flue-cured I II
I: WINDOW* WCSLAN6U. present to the people I Constltu. tobacco sales In the two markets
tlonal amendment which, If approved .I In our eighth district at Lake City
would permit I the apportionment and! High Springs reveal that $4.
I of one house of a state ;leg- 119000,, worth of tobacco were sold I
ne'IY n. \ Mature on a basil other than population this year There are three other I
.r If the people of that state markets In Florida at Jasper, I
1 ell so decided by a vote It should be Live Oak and Madison, all of which i
W4, ::: Mil ACENT ECItTHIY pointed out that several of the used to be In the eighth district I but I I
.",," WERE MINTED BACK IN THI states already have this provision ire now In Congressman Don Fu- l
NTH CENTURY FROM test TO 184AW
.. ARE COLLECTORS ITEM TOPAXV ( In their constitutions The people qui's ninth district There was a
n/l tF YOU COM ACROSS ONE.HAN4 M' of California hive so expressedtheir total of 22.2 million pounds of flue j
ONTO IT. IrYA. i opinions on several different cured tobacco told on Florida markcti I
occasions and more recently, the and this tobacco returned to1
KNOW THE VALUE CPA people of Colorado have decided the farmers a little\ over $13 trillion !. I II .
DOLLAR T E4MCIAUV THf MM. that they want one house of their I We feel that the type 14 flue. I -
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.t, .. WORTH fovea POLLAat TOOAV AND THERB IT legislature based on criteria other, cured tobacco which Is grown In
ARE EA46R SJUYER6 t than population Despite these'I Florida and Georgia, Is of superior :
,MA !1111 wishes of the people of the states I' quality and. as usual has been i
/ the Supreme Court decision over. eagerly purchased. ,

WoO. .... | rules their desires. It Is very dim. I II POPULATION GROWTII IN TUG Jr 1 J
........ cult for me to see why the federal I I EIGHTH DISTRICT I yt1 '
I r411 v'f
principle of apportionment should Our eighth district of Florida In.) 1
..l II' u I.J l tr I not be followed by the people of the, eludes .the, counties of Alacl'.iia. I II
,. C I. states. If they ,to desire. We real.I:I Biker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia. ,
,0 DCMPAVCOFTHfROUUt ENE.EMS CMMON y.n"4rf lie, of course" that In the U 8 Dixie Flagler! Glkhrist. Levy s+ .' 0 n1. Dr, ; ., l, Y fF tli.
.. ,rl PRJITICE TO tOiAW OVER House of Representatives Nassau Putnam St. Johns and
ReGwtog6IPEO05COINS tlonment la by population appor'j I Union Figures that I have just ,
MINT OFFICIAL TRIED TO PREVENT the Senate apportionment la retied from the Florida / 1I
TIMS. THEY CUT KOTCHE* Nose THE IBM 0* I r
basis of two U. 3. Senators for each Chamber of Commerce give re'l 1 .lh ,
TN1R COM* TO MOW THE a COP CCVCR
uses AND tea FACT THAT Till OUWOE MAO NOT state The I960 census shows a population mklion as to the public sell'ml y
BEfUHLLEtt IN MODERN TIME*,AHiiOSDEC of 220,187 for Alaska and I roHment In the various counties t of ,'
E M PLACED SHVR* AND*OU>COM 11,782304 for New York Each of Florida for the t two school I years of |I
.111' fat MUCH THE CAME PUWO.g.Happy .
,r these states has two U S. sena. 1M1-62 and 196263 It Is Interest. I I
tors Thus every. Alaskan voting tog to note that In every county of I A WJ

..... ..'...., -'-' for a U. S. Senator has 75 times as the eighth district there was a 1 ;.
much voting power as a New school enrollment increase! .' The I /c'

.. ''' '. Yorker voting I for a U, S' Senator j highest enrollment Increases were .1jigl1NewsLeader;;
J : ... ...... II We surelj' do not have one vote, In Gilchrist County with. 5.0'4;
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e'Y Birthday CALENDAR OR LOCAL VENTS
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.Fromn I COUNTY COMMISS'ON 10 am. !nil Wednesday after 1st Monday, The Is
I fimml ton Chambers
Judge J. E. (Gene) Weatherford I CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. T.City
..., ? I Commission Chambers G'H f

1/1 1M Don't Forget, Your Birth Month Is II 1 HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital Dm
log Room *

Time To Renew Your Driver's Licenser I SCHOOL BOARD let Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30 s.m -

.. Superintendent's Office YOUR SHOPPING
F-TA EXFCUTIVE: BOARD last Thursday 330: pm. -1 JJr :

art+. -_.ldJ..l--- .l:-::_ '!...i.:. .1.4..1-x. ,;__.. u_. __. ... High Cafetoflum, Il, ,
P-TA MEETING =;',lot hurilday I p.m. Jr. Tiled Cafetorhim F

I KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday 145: p.m. Feaalda Inn I I ,
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HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 8::.10 p.m. Hoe ha'

Dining-Room Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge tyTAYCEE3 I

Sharpest I LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 7 pm, Se.tlld.lnn GUIDE !

ROTARY INNAMERICAN CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Sci'siJ. .


Pencil 1''I'' LEGION lit and 3rd Mondays S pm at l.ell, .

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In Town WOMAN'S Chambers CLUB lat Wednesday \Woman's Club Bids. products and services is.as important There's much significance in this

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassa J District 8 p.m. 2nd Friday
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t CHAMBER OP COMMERCE 3d Monday Luncheon 12:H, home and food''' and fashion
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BUCCANEER COIN) CLUB 8 P m. lat \Monday each month
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CEN DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Von!

Your Nexf Car day each) month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center For newspapers are the medium by a better way of life.
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4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Masonic Temple which most people shop. No other And because newspapers gain their
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t 8 p.m. Masonic Temple ,;.,,. ws" v medium supplies the variety and de- friendship and regular readership,
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PERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd, and, lie ,
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New8-LearlerFernandina Beach, Florida Thuriehv( September!! 10, 1961 r Page Three

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lee d qa I ii 1 BY KATIIY \RDFF RAY ARSJNMIIT: J .v ::1 f. t

LAURA LATIIROP MIKE R1LANTly : "" < ; ""." 'r 1ft L '" a l.M1 '
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s Last \l'rrk1'88 a busy one at Amntiult To arid Insult lei Inly ,: H h.
4 s+ew y : KBHS The Back to Sclunil Dance I nil Key Clubber. new and j
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ass 1 6 wire auctioned off an slates k' 'f)
Joe Weather
wag a big success
the annual Kill allis Fish rryId
ford, lucky scphomore.l'on the
i And urn last Friday night.
dm,r.prize which was a sent' n puss 6 i"eY.n
Ml during list wcik our varsity Y4
to all future football dances .
"Id Team football 8<|ini<1s ti'nt
The highlight of the dunce wasa I Hued with their rugged! practice r

special twist number dedicated hrdulc. The Pit,firs received a ., t + aa73
I to the senior( class by Run Sapp' b. boost when veteran center 4 tw k N a,;, c /
I and Richard Schomas. ( irl Andersen, reported to prac.

i' Ai In previous years the annual i I"'e"( last week Incidentally,, adult
tA Key Club Iniatlon was an unoe. "mion tickets can be bought from
ti' lIevable rrumbcri', "( for IM,
> sight The old ie01 leaders(\ or players $1
;, Ii,' used every method possible Including I I School pictures will be taken all

"''''t \', At{ CURS, labanco sauce, Ih w. dIy Thursday, September 10
#, ''' 1'\> !' ins cream hot pepper,, and water During! the next few weeks munv
; .t,. balloons to make the new Key I phenl oetlvlllei Reich as the Stu
"'I< : Clubbers miserable The new ad. dent Council, and various clubs will
.. "", __ :tM I i ditlons to the Key Club are Ted I L,'conic fully organized The Sen

GUEST SPEAKER at last week's regular meeting of the Concora Club was Leo Anderson Frank Fiala, Ken Lancaster I I hr data has already begun woik
Harry Mills. Doc Burgean, OIl next month Homecoming Kes'ulties .1!'
Schoenhofen, president of Container Corporation ct America who was here for an .' > '
Joe Wealherford Chip Lee, DickiePox .
official visit and tour of the local division. Seated at head table, left to right, wereR. I i Charles Burns, David Bowers If we arc still hire after the bill ,r iff; 7E': ,

E, Phinney, general manager; E\erl Elfin, Concora Club treasurer! ; R. P. EnU- : Jerry Beard. Pent Penlnn. and 1 blow, we'll sec you next week'Conner ,> 0rl .\'(
minger, president of the Concora Club and manager of the Container Corporation timber ,I .- -- v ....,;

division, and Del Theobald, manager of the corrugated carton plant here. ,% ,.; ', '+f ',?ti

- Jacksonville Man Reelected rl ''f, 'W t>:',:;...,:'j


I Gregory Announces 'Loses Life In Chairman Nassau lWII'IiHEYSmJJUAI.: : : ) HOSIMTMuili.irv! recently donated new furniture for

the hospital lobby, with fund! dented from the aimliirv'n annual :spring Hat Show

Junior High P-T A 'Surf Here ASC Committee lad I Luncheon. Hen Clarke. hospital I nllmi nil>otralur. is I shown with several auxiliary

A r kb Sunday member!l. following the presentation. I'kt tired from It'ft.lrM.! Peril Itrevtton, !Mrs

Cii Membership PlansJohn Robert ('"rllon. Mrs! Art WIII'ounlt.Irl: >l. \\'. A. Divis): ('harkelrM.: .K.; II. Junck,
Donald F. Tutcn, 31, of Jackson Farmers recently elulul ,ome I IItI\lIlnrY.llresidl'nt.! : J. J. G J.. I'(wiper, and :Mrn. .F. I'. Gaines: .
vllli lust his \life In Hit suit hen us the Auric'nil in'til SI ibill- ----
: L. Gregory, president or Sunday afternoon about five oiliik, anon and l'flnNI'rvlltHlIlSl' turn' .
the rirnamlnu Beaeh Junior JUgh.Flcincntjry when tannin In a runout at the I Cimmltleo lir UK ri"'ruln'l" : '

4 yd' r, vXny ,t rv t3r2 School Parent Teachers beach! on Smith ]Fletcher. n':n' Imlticli' : Fd\in Pewit, C'I'I' 1965 CC-UFDrive To Begin Sept. 29;
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1' f Assecliittin) has innounced that Artificial respiration was admin. Her, chili man: Ito nrv I I. Vnivint
Asa't a r x Wired at the mine by t>r. Din \In..chili'man: Jllhn J. diviin, 1)1.)
this years membership drive will
PsurYrrll N'Wki Jacob and clfiirtu wire contln':id char member: Felix I M Silica, first
1 t. be very similar ID that or last year.Nullecs illcrnutc and HUSM'!| L. J'linsin
at Humphreys Memorial Hospital : Full
will be sent home with Advance Gifts Push In Swing
but the victim did not resound. shroud nllcinali, nil orIi\ i HidTht .
pupils on Sept 14th and parents ,, elect I Im was held b/ mill
Mike'
will be asked that P.T.A, membership Lifeguards Buck Bibb, ImllilliM between AiiMiit 21 incl I
dues be sent back to the Lcary and Alan Cover rushed(\ a. September 1 1Chiiii 1. !IIY uuI'K: ''; : this year s eh..Ive, partle'Ipillc n on the part of every

pit school by the IBlli, I resusltator to the scene of the accldint 'nrm (;ol1lll'r piinls out tint. Aehanec gifts co,t'hall'men iandsl !Drive Clialriniiii Bob ('('llI'k IKflnallilng one In !our county ,.
In the brain bimgy whichwan
Mrs S. E Stewart Is chairman llu A SI flll'lIlI'r-COllllullh'I' I'el'I'1I11 a i and lt1'prt'"lItllll\e Claude arrniikiments for our Area elulirmn" who with Ihi!r
later used to take Tuten to the county
.,, sv rt. of the Membership Committee and hospital is In Imriie will be assisted by Mrs Robert H if such national firm -! n? the biiMniwimin, (If our rowdy tie. i that the $18,owl goal will be nut or In the ciunlv are eonlarted, arc
Peau," ttrq then I 1 Cenek chilrman. Mrs Stewart I' The City Fire Department re :; Agricultural I :: : Conservation 1 programthe Pio- I responding with knuroim lontribu exceeded Creek pi,IIIH> to get the I being sell el i el this week We will
urges that parents help complete susttator was taken to the scene by grain, the feed grain progl'r.m, the I lions to the aelvunec gills phase of needed money through a broader report more< on these countywide
Fireman Herbert Douglas u alga mina n c xl u ec k. ;
the membership drive at an early
miRaMktaakk date so that the excellent\ standing According to Dr. Jacobs, the vie nlldmoils voluntary::I wheat and t marketing program( acreage quotas, I To date many key appointments
Urn was visiting here with a have been made. The 118000 goal,
with the state P-TA may be retained
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the National Wool Program
they I
% t There will be a meeting on group of friends from Jacksonville lot Cheese-Turnip Specialty which presents the money needed .
oa smi Sugar Program commodity : is
drive and the Hal. to support the eight local agencies
the
membership
I loans, :
and storage facility
loween Carnival at the Jr High. : ; benefiting from the drive, was
office at II1-
Elementary cafeteria at S pm Board of Health (lard The Is ASCS headquarters county for the county I approved by the Board of Directors

wr "nor te'as'ii Friday, September 11th, and 'Mrs committee, and serves as the L1I I of the Nassau County CC.VF led
i I Stewart has asked that all\ home. farmers' loci! contact for( business I by the following men: B. L. Raus-
room chairmen and chairmen Urges Vaccination connected with participation In the a chat president, Ira Hall lit vice
make definite plans to attend In president Dean Blankenship, lad
3eltrTC '" programs administered by (the! committees
order to receive their materialsand vice preside, 1) H Buchanan,
I Instructions for these up.com. For Every Child : secretary and Bob Tarplcy, treas.

: Ing events I urer
Slated For
Gregory also( nnnounced that the JACKSONVILLE An outbuak Revival Mrs Jenillinn 11111 and !Mrs

IF DORA WAS IN FERNANDINA BEACH to help celebrate first P.TA, meeting of the school of dlptherla In Hardi county std Sept 13.20 At 5 title Sawyer are expected to play
year will be hold at 800pm. at over 375 cases of whooping cough an Important part again In this t
the 107th birthday of the News-Leader she was the Jr High.Elementary cafeteria throughout the stale brought a Five Points Baptist I years drive I 1M Itill.I ho has

probably the most unwelcome guest on record. Harry on October LSubsequent warning today from the Stole I been such a hard worker In pa it
Lohman is shown here with his collection of papers that i meetings will\ be held Board of Health that all children Revival services III Ibo held lat drives, will main lend! her energy
dale back to The Florida News, initial publication in IRiS. I on the first Thursday of each should be vaccinated Immediately llu rive 1'olnts Baptist Church I I s and know .how to tills years drive,

The News-Loader Is the oldest weekly publication in .the' month, with the exception of the against the common child-hood September\> lllli: through! 20lh(' Itcv.,, e '* Herlli hiwi''r. will hethe/ rrclpi ''-,.
; Hicks, will be tNidv
state through purclffiM, merger or succession of (fie p,,". I month of January, when there will diseases unless they have already Tin man) minister pastor revival < f i lent for all contributions It Is
be no meeting. Times and location been Immunized I planned that all contributions,
era exhibited by Lohman. Included In the collection (with Music, for these services will be
dubious distinction) is an issue of the Peninsula (third will. be the tame for all\ meetings. Dr E. Charlton Prat hi r, the I directed by leonard I;vons and v when received will be given to(
board epidemiologist gold eight I Bertie for deposit' at the Florida
from top), which was published here by the Yankee occupation cases of dlptherla have been reported Iljrold llcynolcls unit pianists will National Bank Bertie Sawyers
forces during the Civil War recently In Hardee "and I be MM Faye Bass and Mrs, Ethel It you are tiled of serving the sum vegetables over again, 'here I I role In this drive should be a real
DOZIER & GAY I ReynoldsServices, a tip from Borden Kitchen horns economists I k a Cheese l TueoipBake
smooth
while this does not seem a large Yellow or white turnip Is a flavorsom vegetable with ample help towards a running
will' be held each diy
number, the disease could spreidAl campaign
mineral content. Cheese is concentrated milk and puked with good
PAINT a matter of fact there Is no I at 10 00 A M. and 7:30: P.M. A nursery 1 protein. Combine cheese and turnip as directed In the recipe the Industry appointments are: Orls
reason why we should have even a will' he provided for each very next time you want methlng dlffeient'. Hlgglnbotham, Rayonlcr Inc.; Herbert .
single case In Florida since thereIs service, The turnip I inn be peeled, diced, cooked and drained, In nlvsneo, Cumuli, Terminal Paper Bag,
BUYLIGHT < 'Best For The South'CHECK an effective vaccine available" HOMI: :COMING: DAY will climax I Juat combine with the heeno and other ingredients And! bu'tet while) J. C. Jamesen Container Corpora.

--n--- Bo far this year there have been ,: the revival sirvlccs with dmntr on preparing\ the rest of the dinner. '" tun of America. Government t apr

El BULBS: : OURPRICES' 371 cases of whooping cough, 13 of the wounds after the morning (Makes<:h/ fM{Turnip(o 0 servings Duka ) polnlnnnts are: Dean Oxlcy. coutwty
dlptherla, 21 of tetanus and 10 of worship service on Seplimber\> 20thKrmer I employees; Dean Blankenihlp,
j from A LION polio 9 paralytic No smallpox I' numbers and lends are I I 1/2 1 medium teaspoon I : ': 'iu salt yellow turnip 1/4 1 cup teaspoon tluomugeoiu'd nutim::if milk school employees; Jim Graves,
has been reported. Invited to attend Nrnanrtlm Beach city employees
----0- 1 cup grated Chateau choose 1 cup fresh "Pllol I cubes
Dr B. F. Woolsey of the Nassau spread i tablespoons bulte, me.Heel Advunee gifts chairman, Louisrerrelru
Shiell's' Grocery County Health Department advls A fast draw with a bow and ar. Wash and dice tuinlp Pieil dice and cook In boiling suited water\ and Claude Wlnllate;'au.dll .
,d there have been no recent cases row might be dllficult but Its about 20 minutes or, until almost tender. Drain, Butter a nl allow ccmmlltee, Kay Bevllle, cfealr.man .
211 ATLANTIC 'AVE.I bf whooping cough or dlptherla reported I sutured a gun Just the same 1'011'1 1.1/2 quart baking dish I Place a t layer of diced turnip I on bottom fiNd Lewcllcn and Bertie
It Pays To Trade At Home I here Fliridus wlldlUeregulalloni of dish, Sprinkle 1 one-half cup of the grated cheese over turnip; Sawyer: publicity chairman, Buy
PHONE 2(51.9011( : :
I the Tour milk
I Dr Woolsey reported that for I term "gun" refers to Add 1/8 teaspoon of the nutmeg Repeat layer. overtop I raldwill SUPPORT YOUR COM.
Mix brad cubes and melted butter. Sprinkle over top \Hake
-- the year 1963. ending!! December31st I rules, pistols, air guns, gas guns. MUMTY' CHEST UNITED FUND!
i in a (SCO F.) moderaU oven fur about 30 minutes, or until turnip
Immunizations were administered bliw Runs, crossbows, and bows '* tender. j IMF: (Gin WORKS MANY WbN.
follows 1276 and DFH.SSuburban : ,
as : dlpthirla : arrows
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! f ( ] r;;! l 1979 whooping couth. 671, and tetanus -

11MD For the 8 months of 1164' January .
through August 1, 1104 vac. -
L \ = clnatlons were given for dlpthirla: I II

I 432 for whooping cough; and 1810 I II

for tetanus : Propane h ANYWHERE*
I GAS SERVICE
BeSl.JY Tesb"House: Thirty-three counties representing _
? 81 per cent of the state's populationare I II
I participating In a program bvI '
I private physicians I \ and county health


Paint lI,I I eough children department tetanus (lock against for Jaw dlpthcria)vaccinating and whooping. !po'ln all, I DON'T WAIT FOR WINTER !


The board hopes that eventually
I every eounty In the Male will, mir.llclpatc .

You can buy House Paint for less. In the program/ which : nln!
if afford it. For more works this way: Informal/ i Is oh I
you can square trained from the board vital HI! ; laJl.!
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feet per dollar-and years per coat-we bUY your : 7J1Bj
offer these fine Davis Paints at spe. SALE Unties records on births and the I I
of first of each month curds arc Hint, nOlilmp
cial low sale prices. Any hundredsof
to families of children three months i !
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colors, at the same low sale price as healer( /
white. old. These cards urge the pun'nt gas ::!i 1J
to take the child to the f.imily / ; "1 111, more 'III
physician for vaccination. note on
I FAST the card that this hat been done I .

FUME PROOF SUN MILDEW RESISTANT J department and return It to the county health NOW. .. only a small down payment and ifo. NOVEMBER li

.. HOUSE PAINTOver If no return card Is received, a
follow.up letter\ Is sent/ If there I Is
a half century of making paints for southern climate has f JJ no response, a telephone call Is 1964
led to the development of this fine house paint. Completely free I made If this fails, a public health \i l
of the pigments which can discolor from industrial fumes or marsh! nurse attempts to contact the family } ,i
and blended with treated oils and personally I tis Q btJ COMPLETE
air carefully special __ i l 1\11 nl1 SEE OUR
ingredients to fight mildew This is LINE OF MODERN .'

the paint of lasting beauty. In white and C A'I| F:: p",ICE I) AUTOMATIC GAS

colors RUBBER HEATERS.
$7.50 $6.75"GAL. ) (
REG. PRICE GAL. .

STAMPSAny FREE GAS HEAT SURVEY TELLS YOU THE HEATER SIZE AND

Size THE COST OF GAS HEAT BEFORE YOU BUY. are



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t"U& Ky'.Vji-Li'tuicr.Ffuiuiiiiina:! : }jlltc! i. Fi 'flu-Thurenuy,5eptanoer1U! : : Wt4! I i' \ '
.- Miss Kimb'rough To P'f. Mary RSikes I II SEE FLOHIDA i THIS SUMMED J' '

Mr.; and Mrs. DeWayne Crisp Entertain At I I Hostesses Honor Wed October 3 In I Completes WAC .

I Buffet At Home Sunday Following Baptism'i I' Mrs. Helen Scott Jacksonville ChurchThe Basic Training Enjoy View From Sky RideVisitors -.


Mr. and Mrs DeWayne Crisp en. 1 Mr. and Mrs J. K. Crisp grandI I At Baker Home wedding of Miss Jennie Lynn .

tertsinwi it their home Sunday ala !Mr. and I I Klmbrouuh, daughter of Mr and I'
Mrs.
parents Edwin Crisp
buffet luncheon the I I Mrs Helen Scott was honored at !Mrs. Jamrs J. Kimbrouuh of Jack. r.
fallowing
of Pcnsacola, Mr and Mrs. Theo. a shower August 27, given for her I I I
lonvllie, formerly of (his city, to : 1. .
.biptltm of their chllldren, SlaceyFouche *$& ,
dote !: Jr. three new sons, ages two four and' ,... ... ..
and Todd Ashley, at the Emery and children\i fr\w\ McKay Glairndancr, sun cf ZJi ... (f ...; > ,
morning worship hour at SI. Pct.er'a Beth, Eleanor and Jewell Ann of five.The Mr. and Mrs Thermon B Gissen.duner f "
affair was held at the homoof also of Jacksonville, will be i 'i"
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Church
Episcopal Winter Park. Mrs O. W. Hurlbcrt, ,:
Mrs Shirley Baker at O'Neal i
l n event of October 3.
for of ''
Godparent Staccv are MrI.j Jr. Orlando matlrnallrrat.( kI d
with Mrs Betty Scolt and Mrs.
Theodore Emery, Jr., Mrs. grandmother Mr. and Mr. Law. '' Tho wedding will be nulemnUcdIn I .
Mary Bennett' hostesses.
Crisp and Call Plikelt. Jr Godparents renee Wood and Mini Junle Mark. the Highlands Baptist Church, "M1so j ..
I The three" little boys received aIholO'fr Jacksonville at eight o'ckuk' In the "
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for Todd are Neal Crisp, ham of Jacksonville, and Miss t.
of useful gifts
Miss Lynn Sheffield and Edwin Lynn Sheffield Neal Crisp Mr. many evening .
sle .
The refreshment table was over.
Crl p.The. and Mrs. Arthur Markham, Mr. laid with a white linen cloth and MJS Klmhroiigh Is the granddaughter t" ,illr:, ,......-.....
luncheon of chicken naiad and Mrs. Ralph Wood Mr. and I IMrI. of Mrs. R. R. Klmbrough I
Braced at one end by a lovely arrangement
sandwiches, biscuits 'n ham potato Burnell Holland and children, of Fernandlna Bench.
of flowers' At
salad and shrimp, tuna iilad and i Kenneth and Donna, John Guest the (other end summer punch was s"rve'tfrom No Invitations are being sent

dcvllwftgss/ tomato aspic and ud son, Fred and Mrs Sallie a lurae crystal bowl encircled hut all relatives and friends are
tour cream, lime mold with spiced ,, Sheffield, maternal greot-grnnd- Invited
apple rings, marinated ihrlmp and I mother all of Fernandlna Beach with garlands. of fern and chrysan- tti AM1

asparagus, and fruit bowl with th"lIml.Mrl.

cheese, was served from the lace I Miss Elaine McGirlty of Me. guests. and Betty Mrs.Srntt Bennett nerved presided the I Sgh Alice Sullivan k

covered dining table Lime sher- Dnnough, Ga. Is this week
spending at the mined bowl. Retnlists In Marines I
bert punch wan served with an u.arrtml.'nt
the of Miss Susan
i as guest Buller. I Attending were Mrs. Pat Forbes !
of cakes
and pll'l.Mri. The two girls! are roommates all .
Stephens of ,
end Mrs. Fllen JncknnvHK
Edwin!: Crisp poured coffersod ,j' ';'
LaGrange College, LaGrange Ga.
/ i end hers Ruby CI xtnn.
tea and Mrs Burnell Holland ,II ,
presided at the punch bowl. Cecil Plckctt, Jr. spent the week. I Mrs Cotlne Scott Miss Marcia (AHTNCIPvt.) Mary R. Slkes.

Enjoying the affair with Mr. and', end In Biloxlc, Miss and also vis. glens! the h"steii'1'1 end little $ .LK ', w .e jt daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Cecil C. i
Miss Joy Scott, who enlnviMl" the !
Mrs. Crisp and their children were, lied his brother" and ilstpr-ln-lnw Lrnv Bikes, Route 2, Milliard, completed
Father and Mrs. James Elllsnr. Airman and Mrs. David Picket at I IValparalllO. ccraslon with her new brothers eight weeks nl basic military trainIng -

Mr. and Mrs. Shell Sheffield and I fit the Women's Army Corps I
-FNrlda, N,.. //pan Chafe
--'- ---- r"rclen Club Name
: Center, Fort McClcllan, Ala Sept
? Panama City's 5kr Rlde ,Warn a vlew of emusemena parka and aug.rswhlee sand' stretching Into
IIllllhIIllhII DEDICATED TO TOO! (000 WOliVe I Chairmen: of Flower t I. rolling dunes by the turquelss, Gulf. Panama City, ass of several 1 top resorts I In Ohs.: famed Miracte
During the training Private Slkei StrIp, Is ono of meny Fusses Governer .rrll .ry.nt snd the Florida' Development Commbslonsre
Exhibit At FairI received Instruction In subjects ur\llnJ\ Florldlanl to vacation In their own state this summer.

> help to such 84 Army history and tradi.lions .
I In a meet Inn of August 7 In Fcr. 'rrl administrative and supply - ----

\ nandlna Beach the combined garden procedures first aid. CARD OF THANKS

Mt reflect a clubs of Nassau County completed She Is a 1964 graduate of Milliard':, I
I a schedule! frr the Fair Book May we express our thanks and

: iL prettier you | portion of Die North Kant Florida High' School The everlasting gratitude to Dr. Dan

Fair to be held In Callahan In the I Jacobs, Dr. Ben Dickens, the Fcr.

I fall. > fttL GIRL SCOUTS nandlna Beach Life Saving Corps
\ t Look cosmetics ttieNt The following Is a list of the dl. & : and Charles DcSandro, Uu'oclur,
Basket
with and Garden
I vision chairmen: Dried arrange. fcr their sincere and continuing

beautv'aids from'a I ments, Mrs B. L Rauschert, Fernindlna I II PHILADELPHIA. (FHTNC" ; ) 200 STRONGBY efforts Sunday September 7, 1904
reliable] nource. We Beach; Thanksgiving. Mrs i BY JANE SCGFIELD at the tragic loss of our Dun.
\ : I Women Marine Staff Sergeant i sinned i Phoebe Perkins: and
carry top brands to Winnie I frkrldgc, Milliard I ; Christ LETA CEN'EK
I Insure satisfaction man Mrs. If. J. Scnfleld. Fernan- Alice S. Sullivan daughter/ of Mr. II. C Tuten.
'' On this blustery Tuesday with
and dine Dearh; Church, Mrs Mamie and Mrs Thomas F, Sullivan of One gift works many wonders. --
safety. hurricanes offshore, It seems
two
Chaw, Callahan; Patriotic, Mrs. Milliard, recently reenllsted, while One of these wonders Is the Girl well to further the Robert Edens With !
We're always at Don Clemmons, Callahan Miniature. Scouts, supported In part by our Just as pursue
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serving at Headquarters, Fourth started last Naval I At
of bulbs we
subject
Security THESANDBAR
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your service with t Mm. E. J. Elvlne. Fernandina coming Community Chest-United :(,
IIlI complete stock of Beach; Pot Flints, Mrs. Bessie Marine Corps District at Philadcl. I Fund Drive week. At least we can't tell you to Kamiseya Japan
.' J 1 phla, Pa. drive around to look at the beautyof !
..I1IlI health and beauty Mlrcllo, Callohan and Mrs. C. R. Nassau County has eleven Girl

aids ... ._ Mathldi Milliard; Corsages, Mrs.Pat SSgt. Sullivan Is assigned duty Scout troops Eight of our trooP,1. I townsmen's gardens, which at KAMISEYA JAPAN FHTNC) -I
wind
Cook. Callahan; and Junior as Accounting Chief of the District.A I are In Fernandina Beach Mrs. J. best would surely look a little Robert L. Edens, communications

Exhibit: Mrs Clyde Putman, Cal. graduate of Milliard High E. Wealhcrford Is our neighborhood blown after tomorrow. The perusalof technician seaman apprentice, Will Be Closed

IIllllht lahan. School, SSgt Sullivan entered theservice chairman. She and the loop leaders I bulb catalogues with the accom. USN. son of Mrs. Ruth McPherson
STEGER beautiful '
I of
Those cuwctlng to enter exhibits, I I In July 1952. are providing a character building panylng thoughts could be unusually of Five Points I has reported for I Sept. 14 ThroughOct.
plessp contact the above chairmento program In scouting which Is I spring gardens duty at the Navil Security Group

JLtlll# # DRUG CO. reserve the type Niche you will William A. Childs fine compliment to what we par Inspiring. Activity, Kamiseya, Japan. 5
bulbs
cultivate at home. Last week we mentioned
nerd' ; ,I'ents try to The activity Is a link in the com. I'
fflJ Pot plants must be entered on I Member of Howey II i As a matter of fact we parents for September planting and made munlcatlons system servicing the To Give All EmployeesA

Phone pi.1t257ei. Tuesday Oct. 13, between 8.00: a. often get to participate actively In comments on most of them except Seventh Fleet In the Fr East Well-Earned Vacation
I m. and 6;:00 p.m. to be judged I Academy FathersHOWEV.IN.THEHILLS I, functions such as the falher-daughter watsonlas. We love these cousins of i

Garden Clubs that will be ellglb'e' I banquet held last spring. the gladiolus and wish we could
:< WII. Even when the fish are biting, a "Thanks For Your
for the encouragement award' However, whether we can be ac-1 have had better success with them r
Ham A. Childs, Fernandlna Is a new fisherman cannot use wore !than !
should contribute at least eight Live or Just aooreclate the efforts the last several years. They put
I hours of service and have three or member of the Association of How. of otl.crs: working with our girls; |I up foliage quite early and In cold I three poles and lines or three rod' Indulgence"FORREST

( more entries In the fair. ey Fathers Howcy Academy we can help In raising the $2075 winters this foliage gets killed and and reels at a time, according toi

Han Theatre On Oil. 7, there will be a work According to Dr C, A Vaughn, ear-marked' this year In the" Com-I there Is little or no bloom. Galnci- the Game and Fresh Water Fish1!, OZRURNCISHIOV :

\ day for the garden clubs at the Jr? Academy headmaster memI .I' mushy Chest-United Fund drive I I I planted In early fall for late spring Commission .. | .
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Phone 2(51-4849( C. E. Reach Mgr I fslr building Callahan. Chairmen I bcrnhlp) In the Association consist,* I budget for the Girls Scouts I bloom. However we note that the --- --- -t ,. .y. -
and Gainesville charted guide allows
and workers are Invited to attend I of fathers of Howcy Academy students Count your blessings your -u- / ?
: and bring a sandwich and thermos dllu :lh'rs' blessings and give them to be planted even Into Jan. .
FRIDAY & SATURDAY drink. !| Trustee Associate' Trustees I through your Nassau County Community while a Jax. guide lists planting

I and patrons The purpose of the Cheat-United Fund Drive. time Into December. We intend to

SEPTEMBER 11 & 12 I Ellen Bnhh. accompanied by her I i Association Is to further Academy i I experiment with late planting this ,

Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30: & 7:30: mother, Mrs. R. M. Bnbb, and sis.tcr I II 'recreational and Intramural activi A-3c T. H. Johnson !I year. buying new bulbs and staggering
the time of planting. They
I Kathy will leave Saturday for ties.
E site will Assigned To TAC are really a lovely flower taller
"FLIPPER'S NEW ADVENTURE" Newport News, Va. where Childs' daughter/ Roxsnna Is 'In I ''
with smaller
I enroll> for the fall semester al spikes thnn glade
eighth grader at tlie: co-educational Unit At Shaw AFB I I
flowers whose petals are all alike.
I Christopher Newport College
IN TECHNICOLOR- boarding school In Central Florida.
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I The white variety In probably most
AMARILLO, Tex.
i Haivey B. Lofton son of Mrs Airman I beautiful but there Is a beautiful'
Friday 9:20: Saturday 4:20: & !0:20): Pauline Lofton received his HS I II Woman's Club Third Class Thurston H. lavender and a clear rose In addition .
Yu-
sun of Mrs Erma Johnson of
I degree In Education from Florida to several less attractive rath.
Cancels ReceptionFor lee has graduated" from the technical .
"THE DREAM MAKER"ITH Slate University In commencement Air er smokcy shades of pink or rose ''
training course for U. S.
ceremonies on August 8, TeachersThe : These wationlas usually bloom
I II aircraft mechanics allAm.irillo '
Force 'Jet!
\\ITH STEELE e I IIIn'l.d <,.< I several weeks earlier than do 7
I AFB. Tex
The first Iron pre.a to he Intro' reception honoring the fac"- glads.
-IN TECHNICOLOR- Airman Johnson who was trained I
was the Stnnhope press ully of the Fernandina Bench to repair current Air Forre let Two smaller stntued' plants In ,
which was built under the dlrectlen schools to be given by the! Woman's
to which the gladlolus ,,
the Iris Family -
fighters, Is being assigned to a Toe.
: II uf the Earl of Stanhope In Chub on September" 13 has been and watsonla belong, do wellIn '
SUNDAY & MONDAY 1798. cancelled ,"\ tlcal Air Command (TAC) unit ati I
++: Shaw AFB S. C. His unit supports i, our locality They are the Ixla
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SEPTEMBER. 13 & 11 I ;:: (lie TAC mission of providing fire- and the uparaxls, charming little

.E i Summer Party Potato Salad I pew er and other air support to V'I i Hovers but with the disadvantage
"THE PATSY"MTII S Army forces for rut firmer use of closing up at

The airman attended DrLand IFla. I II nluht. Personally we delight: In the St

JERRY LEWIS < "> High School. Ixlas, which come In many attractive rYbO

TECHtilCOLOR I i colors some of thorn iimnual. k
I They are very slml'ar to frcesias

In habit of growth' and appearance

:;. .MATINEES: EACH SATURDAY AT 21:10:! I I bet' are easier to grow In our cll- I FOUNDITIOV FOR \UCIU TOE CWIFUtt'r; '
I .....

-- ;... -- -4- I J J J ... -: \ .\ :'Tioop rBill :i have mate the Unfortunstc'ly fragrance' t they frecslss I do, ''nett An.r 4. ", the best'' shoe: t't

other name for the Ixla Is African'

Corn idly One can always find

8g .. '1 them In cellophane baas on the bulb you can buy

racks If oat. In the bins Plant at I $

% least a dozen of them In one groupIng for only 5lT.

..w.. to mike a good show and ,I

v'.:..... even more to a grouping would be
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RA( TIC
TIFU preferable. The flower stems are :

Q QSW. sixteen' to eighteen Inches high /

They are planted about three Inches .

deep and three Inches apart,
In October or November. We have

I hod them come back for several

II years even when not lifted.
The spcraxls grows' to only about .
II I eight Inches und has clusters of

bright two Inch flowers It Is sometimes -,I

I known as the Harlequin Storybook shoos have everything! Crisp

.+ An ?7.nc 4 r Flower' It also comes In a varietyof "
,
? .rn.'r colors but by far the most at. young !styles. Some with lifetime soles and

ahu S !. ; tractive variety is Fire King, heel that never need repairing. High-apirited
(Armstrong which Is flaming red with a black

f' '''h base and yellow markings a really comfort because of Us cushion foundation
; LINOLEUM '! di''iij bright spot among low growing

plants. Sparaxls can also be foundon All this for tho llard-to-hclieve

For memorable: : summer parties, you need a very special' the bulb racks In cellophane
: % KITCHEN FLOORS potato salad recipe. One that labels you a fine cook, and i. a bags and are given the sametreatment low thrifty price $3.PARTIN'S.
deliciously welcome addition to any picnic beach or backyard Driver licenses should be renewed Ixlas.
:7 NO OTMfl 'HOC Of HIS SUCH A WIOI :'+ ret.h' as
,' CNOICI Of MANOSOMI COLon AND a' N' parfhil recipe combines potatoes acallinns celery, cucumber, during the month of your
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.a STYLES. THt EXTHA SMOOTH SURfACIISun ,7 AZ'y green pepper radishes and celery seed in a tangy: mayonnaise birth, every two years. K you There are eight Florida saltwater
S TO CHAM. IVIM I If YOU VlllODEASC dressing, spiced with Tabasco liquid red pepper scanning. to en. were born In an odd year you fish which have minimum
01 Oil ON IT, YOU CANT MAl baRre all the good vegetable lUvors. In odd If legal lengths for fishermen: bluefish
",{ i c" renew every year. you
r ; ITS luun. AIMSTIONOLINOIIUM J, .r'r'.kpascoMnatNsottaainpsnlwIDIANDCAN P.S. When.you're.
; lure to keep it well chilled toting potato salad for any distance be were born In an even year, you and pompano 10 Inches: mack ,
+. 5.INSTALLSDWITH MINIMUM SEAMS. ;rl, < rtlrl: I to prevent spoilage. renew every even year. ercl trout mullet and red fish 12
3.11]
'. .,.;, I T.bwco Summer Point Salad **" Inches; flounder 11 Inches" ; and wv .li

$6000 I 3 pound potatoes ?4 :teaspoon celery seed snook, 18 Inches. .
((8 diced) : -- -
INSTALLED cups 2 teaspoon salt ,
,..11 KITCHEN M cup sliced stallions 1 cup mayonnaise
-I cup diced ('('lefY. 2 tablespoon prepared
1 cup diced cucumber mu.tard. 4"LIGHT
1 green pepper chopped 2 tablespoon vinegar BUY t
6 to a radishes, a1lced. ft teaspoon Tabasco
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Porter
= LovequistCOLOR Cook potato in skins until tender. Peel and dice. Add. seal- V BULBS 1/ '
lions, celery, cucumber" green pepper, radishes and celery seed;
sprinkle, with aalU Milt together mayonnaise, mustard vinegar(

CENTER =Jll(1.TalSS:! '! :root Lto1 break potato mlxtur.' Mix' YIELD!; with a fork \ from I A LION I i
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the post, The frequent change of i aggregate about 2,.300 effective
: garrisons and the substitution of men, have alreidy been organized I. Blanker.ship Closes. .
FLORIDA! e, ., i iI companies unacquainted with their and reported themselves I ready lo I i Nassau Schools .
While dill rs al lime when the best orders
"Dora" ar. obey a iv emergencies may
Ravages CityIn tlllcrlsts are needed for dofenxe require, and wcral of the com- { Until Monday A.M.

I A HUNDRED YEARS AGO'' perils the safely of the town and panics have already been In bat. : "Dora"
i provided another vacation
checking the performance fort, and renders Impossible to the and bc 1i'd11'11/ but we need
of hours. Obviously we hud another the night which attests to the flurry for Nassau County students follow.
various agencies maintain a well-instructed and efficient arms and amm.milion. The
during the hours crisis on our hands. We contacted of activity going on, Edited greater I]!ling the Labor Day holiday when
I would
garrison
ly SAMurt retired. of the
while "Dora" raged over the city, PKOCTOR portion arms I had were
the excellence with which the nit- Col Preston whn made available to "Thursday morning/, all the fully RI'lIe l that Company A, Third used In arming the reserves In Dean Blankenshlp Superintendent
uatlon wit handled by personnel at 'us four (more If neededi> 51 gillon bleary eyed and muscle weary peo. HlKHlc Island| Arllllerv, his boon Confederate service 1 annlicd to I of Public Instruction, ordered ail
Humphreys Memorial gasoline drums. With the aid of pie started heading for home and I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPubllshrd nn all (he raids In Florida since Major Humphreys at Columbus schools closed until Monday.
: with Ihosp taking Hospital refuge, for toKrthrr Louis Reese who was at the h"S.Pllil we began lo settle bark to normal I lie 1IlItie: of Olustee, and Us elfl.ciemy | Ga., for addition, arms but the In a statement lo the News Lender .
to heir with another problem. routine around noon time The by stands firmly the Is Impaired lints of Blankenshlp said It was necessary
the duration, was highly praised by years hv side by a I|supply In (hat Stale If I urn In.
and H"Kh Stone, Jr. these drums Florida Public L'lllilles: Ft.0mnLIBIURY AND HIS. his Islr-haired nurses to keep HIP schools closed to
Ben Clarke, hnspltnl administrator. I II Company boys In forming and material and (he add-! formed convclh.' as been exhaust.
In a statement lo the News Leader I were CUII'dlnd the gasoline short. made valiant efforts to restore TONIC\L COMMISSION: hal solid phnlunx, contending fur lion of sixty new men. I,,, ed by the inrcei called Into the make minor repairs, clein up, and
Clarke laid: age was solved. As It turned outl power to the hospital. This was accomplished CIVIL WVR CENTENNIAL ill that la near and dear lo Ihl'm I September 6 Wasliini'tnn I In 'field by Cioxcrnnr Broil n. Fifteen ,, Insuie safe (ravel fur Ilinso riding
'the initial heavy consumption of about I PM. Thursday COMMITTEE: and against which the combined hundred school buses,
"The people of Fcrnamllnn ordering the U. S. bark Midnight stand of small-arms wouldsupply I I
and Nassau Beach CBS was attributed to the fart that night at which time our faithful 208\ Valencia Avenue green of the rnrmy can nut suercKxfully lo proceed Immediately from I'hll-i,I;1 the deficiency In this Stale.
be proud of the County hospital can certainly : there was stale gsa In the lank for generator wan rut off for the first CUM sl] Gables Florida 331.14 combat. At ialnrsxlllc: aildphh lo Key West 1 fur duly wilhi,,, Fliirldlunn me generally good I Garden Clubs Assn.
nod Its
after fresh gas toss added the con. time In over 30 hours Edited bv \MUEL PROCTOR ihouull suddenly and lustily .
personnel and the as. the Fast Gulf Blockading S<|iiaJ- marksmen nut those who compose Sets
to this crisis way they reacted sumnllnn dropped from one drum "It would be Impossible to give t'nlvrrslty of Florida cmblcd, the cltl/en soldiery em. run If upon arrival al Key West, the rompnnlci recently formed Rummaqe Sale
every RI'I' hours to about one drum credit to all the hospital personnelas Battle of Marlinn: ulaled the eximple of their comrades there Is yellow fever prevailing j will compare fll'lIrsbly'lIh September 11.12
"Most ot Tuesday wan spent preparing every 12 hours or ao.I Significant Florida Events for the sturdy veterans and vie. otter
there the bark will proceed to any troops which have been
well as the volunteers who assisted
for the onslaught of Dora 'I I "The rater supply went off about I September 1M4 ton on many fields of carnage Tampa, raised In the Stale, and If we can I The Fernandina Beach Aasocla-
The Buslnew Office was staffed all this same time and we filled 25 us so greatly, but the people !September 1 Word has reached and by their valor and Intrepidity The t':, S. S, Prrteus, Command. 'I procure Rind( rifles of tong range, tlon of Garden Clubs will hold a
night and about 4 AM Wednesday I j I drums of IT-'i gnllon capacity from served by this hospital should rest Florida rf the death of Captiln J. contributed much to the glorious will In case of Invnilon render very Rummage Sale en September 11
moat of ui decided that ilnce Dora \ our deep well simply. The motor easy knowing that we did serve W, Plprson of (he tilts Florida In. result.]! Captain Dlcklson has a fine er !Shufeldl captured the blockade efficient service Our prospects In and 12, In the Ingram Building at
was hovering off the count that It for the piiip Is alsn connected In and are now ready to serve againIf fantry, He was badly wounded on command, and on officer la more running British schooner Ann Lou. Georgia arc at present very gloomy' 7th and A.l.mile: Ave
would be several houri before any. our emergency power, so we ex.oerlenced and when needed" the morning of August' 21 when the universally beloved by the offlccri IRa In the Gulf of Mexico today. !! but I entertain the hope that by Tho public's patronage will be
thing happened, 10 we went home' no difficulty;; with drink. Florida Brigade of which the tth and men under him thin he is" September 7 Governor John a decisive battle they may be Im. appreciated
for a few noun of sleep Ing water TilE DYING YEARA <: Is a pnrt. advanced within 100 I'nlon Colonel C. R, Bravton, 3rd Milton Informs President Jefferson proved The retreat from the moun- '

"Wednesday afternoon the power I "Along Into Wednesday afternoonwe haze descends: o'er all the land; yards of the Federal breastworks Rhode Island Artillery, reports; on Davis that h* hss received word ) tots passes of Gpirgli was at least Sandbar To Close
was on and off Intermittently until started receiving the people A stillness in the air alHig the Weldnn Railroad In Vir. a tour of Instruction which he has- about the appointment ef firlgidlerOIK unfortunate Permit me lo express I
finally al 320; P,M., a large oak who were to be our guests for this The leaves hang, listless, and the glnla. The I'nlon force was strongly recently completed of the Districtof t 'nil William Miller to coin an opinion lo pan\> en on Important Sept. 14. Oct. 5
tree fell across the lines and plunged -,I very trying night Fortunately, we bough entrenched and repeated effortsto Florida: "The garrison of Fort round Confederate forces In Florida subject] of a different character
us Into darkness Immediately had no emergencies due to the lit. Will soon be stark and bare. dislodge them resulted In de. Clinch consists of two companies He writes "I had recommended It Is this, Hint to prevent extortion In an 1IIvI'I'tlMI'ment In this Issue
the emergency generator automat) notion, however we did admit one i feat. Plerson was one of sever?! of the Ohio Volunteers and one him simply to command the I i and secure lo the Government andnonpnMH Forifflt O burn of The
tally cut-in and supplied us with I obstctrlcnl patient we had two or The weary sun comes, lazily, !I Florid men who was killed or company of the Third U S Color. nih-dlBtrlct Middle Florida), but 1 I .eri the necessities of Sandbar l Restaurant: announce
the necessary power needed to car. three OB's In the lobby who had To look upon the scene; wounded In this altos fd Troops This company has approve the appointment for the I I'I life at reasonable prices this simplest that tliov will clone from Sc-pt.
ry on the! minimum functions of the come "Just In case", and one car : And Indistinctly, hazily, i According to a report Issued to. bad some experience at Jacksonville dieh! 'iiI and hope that he may have and best lithe constitutional I 14 through Oct Ii.Oiibuin .
hospital. All unnecessary lights, dine was admitted more as a ere I Appears the forest green diy from Key West, there are In artillery and will In my the command of all forces In II. ', and therefore unobjectionable Islo ,I says the CKulnit.ls to
motors, appliances etc were ordered I cautionary I I measure than anythingelse. l thlrty-one vessels presently attached opinion make efficient artillerists The appointment. Is gratifying to dispense entirely with commissioners tlve all empluyeei a ll-earncd
turned off. Even TV sets were I The families of many of the The birds, too lethargic to sing, to the East Gulf Blockading The garrisons of the different the cl7cns! of the Slate and I enIcrlnln and fix by law a standard rest .
not allowed since we had no way hosnltal personnel also came for Sit j moping, on the bough. I II I Sql adron. woiks at Jacksonville are all In ex. no doubt will:: result': well," I i of prices; not forbid sales at other -- -:
of knowing J Just how long wo wouldbe I shelter and also because of the fact Their nestlings long have flown the' Brigadier General Sam Jones, cellent condition being well drilled The Governor In his Utter, con- ; prices but Impose a tax iiimn all your pnlrliitlRtn. courage nA! d
on our auxiliary power that they wanted to be near the one nest, commanding the Confederate De. In the manual of the piece and hairs "The General! Assembly of sales and let (lint Ux be the excess I purpose to maintain, ot every sacrifice
"Wednesday evening we discovered who had a duty to perform for the I And they are lonely, now I II |I partment of South Carolina, Georgia well Instructed In the nomenclature the Stale, as you are perhaps apprised obtained by vender over the I and all hazards, your): rf 2jtsas
that the generator had con. public We estimate that. Including and Florida, has notified of pieces, carriages Implements has lime and again neg- price fixed by law. There would 1 freemen and the loverelnoiiy
sumed about H the gisnllne supply patients, we had 150.175 people I I, too am lonely In my place. I' Richmond that "Brigadier General equipments ammunition and ran. levied In provide for the organization then be no Inducement to demand and Indepondence of the Srme.
available In I period of only Hues here. My nestlings, too, have flown. I William Miller has reported to me UPS nf the rilrfprpnt nhlppts'- In the of Slate trnnnn or to amend- more thin Hie prices fixed but If Doubts were entertained pt flle)
I "The Dietary Department per. I And, like the weary solemn leaves for duty In Florida. No orders ;il'inltyor their; respective;; bailor;; the laws: which existed previous t lo sellers obi.lined more It would be I possibility under the existing .. 1
les The garrison of Foil Miir. our separation from the United received the us, of
formed under the Long for days that are gone.I have been received ordering him bv Government and compelling Into mllilarjrwr.'
SmoJtey Sayit i iwMAT I admirably con i to report to me but from the Pros.j Ion, at SI. AuguHtlnc I found In Stales, mo that nruanlinllons couldbe credited .lo,; their patriotism./ vice all capable/ of bearing Joins, "
ditions. Our ranges are on L. P, sit, disconsolate as the birds j (dent's letter of the 9th Instant to quite an Indifferent condition. The 1l' ally made. I resolved to lake Governor Milton ha* today Issued without regard to age; but-.no
NAMENf UP gas 10 we had no problem with That mourn the days of spring. Governor: Milton It seems the recent leave of absence of a company advannge of the effect produced the following statement to the doubt: were enlcrtalncd' of "your \
NERGt1A4SOf 10 cooking and, according to the com My life Is bare, e'en as the bough President Intends General Miller that had been Instructed at upon the public mind by the raids "Citizens of .Florida" from his of. willingness and patriotism.Hwtth:
still WHAT NAPPINSaEliN mcnts of several, the food served 1 Whose leaves no longer cling. I shall command District of Florida artillery left the fort without un In Georgia' : and by virtue of my flee In Tallahassee: "The response the evidence befuie you of MM. con.
was Just as good as always even If Yet, this I know; If winter comes Is that his Instructions If so. I Iran efficient garrison I would respectfully pcslllon as cnmmmdrr-In.ehicf of made ny you to the proclamation duct of raiding parties of jftpjje) ( .
tr It was on paper plates. The parlienl's With It's bleak discontent relieve Brigadier General JI suggest/ that a company: of the Stale under the constitution, to : and order Issued on the 301 h of my In a sister Slate, I did.,not has.
t? trays were taken upstairs I There must be spring awaiting me I!I I K Jackson and assign him to other the Seventh Connecticut Volunteers Issue the proclamation and orders, July to organize yourselves Into Hate to Issue the orders nrcrssary

I fire brldage fashion. When winter' cold Is spent; duty. be designated lo perform the artillery copies of which are Inclosed. The military bodies. and report for fur your protection IndlvlduaOV;
4M "Medically, the situation wis course succeeded beyond my moat and, for (he
Ill'p' 1 safety of Hw'lIt1Ilf1\)
September: Union General In this work, and not to be, re-1 I I
a well taken care of. Brslde the many I I nutgulur| exp etsllnnn. Thlrty-clglil I service In the defense nf the Stale, resolved Hint with muUlancie.
yJ And, in the sunlight of the diy : : : ; your ,
a l' John P. Hatch from Jack.
ss report moved the regiment leaves volunteer I ,
companies, making In the
1 !.r IIs ti personnel of the Nursing Depart When earth's dim shadows flee i,, sonvllle that his garrison at Malt.I unison I affords cumulative evidence of iCcntlnued Next WcrkV';:":'_
I who here and -
men were certainly
The loved ones I have lost on I nolla now consists of the 34lh U '' TmTr-
I went beyond the call of duty, Dr. earth
S, Colored and '
I Troops thirty men
| Daniel Jacobs spent this night In
Will be restored to me. from the 4th Massachusetts Cav.

Z'j. I '- ., .:--.. the hospital Herbert Luke.SCHOOL'S. airy. lie also say that "this mornIng .
"Thf hosnitnl was on tnn of the ......
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a smill body of the enrmY'1lravalry
a. -.r"l. tiora l ,; In
> situation every minute thanks
.,. -- came within sight of the
1-7<00
.,1-r. large part to Col Preston nod his
.
pickets on the Kings Road and
A flood ii bora-When forest I fine organization. The Civil Defense proceeded In the direction of Mid. -
I I
J radio Installed several
fir** destroy the surface covert two-way dleburg. Yellow Bluff Ii now re. BestYearEnd
I Deals
months little of
ago was-quiet-very .- OPEN enforced by two companies from
the 34th U. S Colored Troops. ;

Li sJee 'fV I September 3 The following
j .,, General: Order, Issued by the Cun. t.
1 federate War Department In RichI .
r vir I mond nearly two weeks ago Is
I
I now being circulated In Florida,:
'BUY" ** "It having been represented to the
1 War Department thit there are
I
j UnVev'efullp numbers of foreigners entrappedby OFFICIAL
t I artiface and fraud Into the milItary .

i and naval service of the Un
lied I Sides, who would I
.,.. ....: quietly
wundraw irnm furrow parucipa
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-i! lion In the Inhuman warfare waged CLEARANCE
I against the people who have never
: given them a pretext for hostility,
and that there are many Inhabit.
I I' ants of the United States now rf. ;
lamed In that service against their':
will who are adverse to aiding I.I hi
the unjust war now being prose ,
I culcd against the Confederate : .
.i c I slates and It being also known that ; ??*

these men are prevented from
I! abandoning such compulsory Bern I
', vice by the difficulty they exper-

hence In escaping therefrom. It la I II at Ford Dealers !
y ordered that all such persons, comIng now

; 11AFTER I I within armies the lines shall of be the received Confederate .

protected and supplied with means
o( subsistence until such of them
I ajf flrtire'lt eanr be' fnrwtoM+lathe .

'most convenient points on the i
border, uhen<< all fal'lllIle1111 be
I afforded them to return to their "
homes" Officials In Tallahassee
I I believe that there are a number of
men on Federal blockade duty off
the Florida coast who are of for.
I sign birth and citizenship and are
I serving oeainst their will.

I According to a dispatch Issued iP

I from Key West, Captain Theodore
P. Greene has yellow fever, and
; Commander R. Handy has assumed Big yearend savings on Super Torque Fords-

I temporary command of the smoothest steadiest strongest cart In their class
East Gulf Blockading Squadron. the winning aces of '64 NASCAR racts. -
: September<< 5 The Lake City
THE STORM' Columbian publishes the following

I report. from its correspondent at
"Camp Dirklson": "Three Yankee
prisoners stragglers from the recent
I'm cooking for the whole neighborhood raiding expedition which suf.
fered such a disastrous defeat at

storm knotkeJ out their ranges, you know. the hands of the Intrepid DicklMin I
and his devoted and chivalrous followers ut
have been captured within ,,
the few days by the troops of
past
"I told thorn they ought to have dependable this command The enemy Is ,
known lo be In large force at Big yearend savings on '64 Falcons the Big yearend savings on '64 Falrlanes, the
LP-Gas Service and one of these new automatic Jacksonville and Magnolia All'I' smartest looking, plushest riding compacts middle-sizt cars with sports.car feel, king-

j that can be said thus publicly Is j built. Puts economy in the cards for you. size economy and room for a full house. m

1 gas ranges like I have. They're storm proof. that: a hearty reception awaits I

them this upon command their arrival.are as ready The troopsof and I BEST YEAR-END DEALS ON FORD TRUCKS : '

Can, or write today for fun information about Jeptnikllt! LP-Cti_ Service] as eager now as they have ever I \\ii//
been to confront the and to administer
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No obligation, of count. AND USED CARS
ere the same to those chastisement merciless loved they- 1 1 I TOO..AT FORD DEALERS ,_. l

were wont to repeatedly give In I
days past. The Stale troops In this
command are doing much lo en. el
t title them to the sincere gratitude ,,I
.SUBURBAN PROPANE vf their country. Truly, such an :
exhibition of patriotism has never ;| LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYYOUR

68 GAS SERVICE been witnessed certainly never excelled I
I In the annals of warfare, as
'
has been demonstrated In this
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S. 7th St. Ph. 261.3661
I loul little State of ours. The FORD DEALER SINCE 1910
IIIDr'I'I
I father vies wltb hit offlpr\\ .
deeds of valor, and the .
ed patriarch, bowed with the weight i j


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', -- : 1 I Proposed Constitutional Amendments To Be Voted On November. 3,- 1964 1 r Weath.Beach Report

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TICEor; tPECIAL ELECTION Such funds 1 distributed' shall be fIt The county no J fourths ((3,4)) of the members electedto I Etch Observer
WHEKEAS. the Legislature of administered the state board public I: I Instruction shall II be c: I each house, the legislature shall
under the Diminution of tan/ of now crested and .0.ltule by sea. oy the county board of public provide for suiools.I ooata.pec lit I Weather Station a' $*6J MacGrefor

State of Florida did pun Joint tlon 1 of article, Con.UI. tlon In Taylor county, I election at an earlier date The secre. Blvd.
lutloni proposing. amendments to 11I6a'1: lon of Florida For the purposes I proposition :Is affirmed :"ldjoI: ; lacy of state shall ..u. notice of the 1
Constitution. of The glut of I" amendment auld state board, vote of the qu.lll.d electors of Tav proposed rvl.lol or amendment and Max. Mln Rain
and the ywers.gree d la by a now constituted shill continue as a lor county office of counly of the thereon to Tliur da>', Sopt S 89 79 0

of three.flfthi of tie members Jolly c >riaetta durli i the Ille of this superintendent of public appointive, be published I l :"one newspaperIn I, rrlclny, Sept 4 89 78 0
to lies n ,uM. Tie" voles: of said J"iiitResuihilons I an,enumcnt and shall have all the (iii To submit the proposition, contained each county In newspaper
: ::
were entered U|>.,u t ell powers pr.Nlde In this amendmentIn In subsection I I til* the ".rlor' Is published, the fh publication to Saturday Sept S 89 74 0

respective Jouinals, with the \eas alto' other constitutional a special electIve! ." be nit more thin ten (10)) or leas than Sunday Sopt 6 89 71 0
nnyi thereon and they did ,determine and statutory pavers related the countv comml.til toerso f Tavlor eight weeks before the election
and direct tint tie surf, Joint HMOIU, purposes of this amendment h'rt. county upon the requent of the county and l el. be at Monday, Srpt 7 90 78 T

Ilona be tub,,nltled to the elcitori 01 fore or hereafter conferred board of public Instruction I I hlih least one 111$ n..d.lku'lfII": and I Tuesday, Sept. 8 85 76 T
the HIM of Florida at the eneral b.rd. election shall he held within sixty not less than I ( ) the
Election: on November 3. 1004 I Ib The date board shall In ,ddl. flit dave after the requeit and the election I If the< proposed" hfor. or Wednesday, Sept 9 7 74 3.51

NOW THEREFORE I. TOM AD. lion to It. other constitutional and result thereof shall determine whethersubsection amendment: receives the favorable I! Thursday, Sept 10 8 75 T

AMa Secretary of State of the aloe statutory powers. have the manage II I) shall b effective In vote of a majority of the electors vtit
01 Florida do hereby give notice that m.nl. conlrnl I and supervision of the said county, log thereon It shall take .".t.t August Weather SummaryHurnicsne

a proceeds or the first of the revenues 131) Should the county adopt the provisions noon on the first Tuesday .
I.ENERAL: ELECTION derived from: ICr: I licensing of of subsection I 111 hereof It may. first Mmday of the January following Dora hit the Florida
will be held in each County III lionS. motor vehicles provided for In sub : slier four 141 veers return 1 Its the election if voted upon In a general I
on the first Tuesday alter the firm section ('II. The state bOld shall also former status, and reject the provisions election, and on the sixtieth. 160)) coast near St. Augustine early

Monday In November which date la : have O.er. for the purpose of obtainIng of this section by the same pro Sup after the election If voted upon Thursday, and moved westward at
November a, llWt fur the ml,ficmlun funds fir the of.any county In subseotion ((21 In special election or In either ..
oulUno
or rejection of the aald Joint ResoluUons board nf public I In.tru"lor. in ..qull h.r..f olr the provl.lonaIh"r' on I any date designated therein. .I ibout 10 MPH. across the peninnila .

proposing amendments to the log. building. .' ., ', f in the beginning NO 12 Today, the storm |II no longer
Constitution ol the Stale of I Inrida, enlarging furnishing. or In the event a referendum ".
Improving 11 HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO g hurricane due to its course overland
VIa I : equipping I capital 1 outlay projects for results In a change In the method

Mel I school purpt ses, to Issue bonds or of selectingaci aoty au"lnlendenl. b21 .
I HOUSE JOINT RFSOLtmON motor vehicle tax snlclpatlon the incumbent ihiill he A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing .n'
NO. OX : c.rlf. 01 amendment to Article IX beitlonId Wednesday afternoon and night( ,
lt.ll cites. si..1 also 11 I osussar h serve the remainder of the lr' I
A JOINT BE'OLUTION! PROPOSING of the Constitution of the t-iute
motor vehicle lax anticipation certlflcates office to which he was duly
AN AMENDMENT OK ARTICLE VII to pay fund or refund any I or appointed of Florida relating to taxation and I l8ora'e winds here surpassed hur.

O lAiMEotO FLORIDA;' I N PHOVIDINll OK TUB I I Uon bonds .or motor, theretifor-vehicle tax I..u.d antlclpa'tlfkales by. NO T I time finance, covered by extending by said the Article period IX of. I| ricnne force (174 M.P.H'). and I I.

ION AHPOHTIONMKNT: or THE said otate boord. All such bonds ahsllbear SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION Section 18 until Jaruary I. 20IAHE likely that they approached 10
NO 2 IT the Legislature
FLORIDA LEI ISLATURE PROVID by
INK FOR SUBMISSION ; TO THE: Inter eelsat000escee ding four A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an of the RlSLVI .: VIP.H. In gusts. Rainfall at this

ELECTORS lie It Resolved Bv TheLeil.iatune sod num onehatf urr.l shall 14',1 mutate) pm cntum per In ait.ousi an.. amendment 10 Article XVI 01 the Inut Article IX. bectlon I", of the. I| nation totaled 3.51 Inches, relatively .
.rl.lly Constitution, relating to the
Of the Stale of Florida: Florida State Constitution be amended as follows
That the following amendment of Inatallments .omm.nclns not location of the Seat of ilovernmentadding : Is agreed d to end ahall be light for this storm but
more than three 131) from the
Article VII of the Constitution of FlorIda date of I lisuace y.r.and ending Section 1A, providing for submitted to the electors of the Stats probably varied considerably from
I. agreed to and shall be sub means to I Insure continuity of State for ratification or rejection at the general .
not later than thirty ((30)) years from place to place on this Island.
milled to lb electors n of this slate for the date of I Issuance, or January 1, and Local lonrnm.nlol oerlonaIn election of November 1084:
.IIII..Uon or reiretlos al the gen AD whichever I. earlier All perio. emergency r..ullo. SECTION U. Hoard of .dmlnl.tr. Conditioni will slowly Improve

THIS MAMMOTH I OAK was uprooted beside Chuck's TV just a few yards from the ersl election of 1964 1. motor vehicle tax anticipation dls.ter caused by enemy tlon, gasoline end. like t.XI dlstrlbu today and tonight with winds dimInlshlng .

Ash and Sixth Intersection. The huge tree down about when ARTICLE VII! certificate! .h.1 bear Interest at not BE"lT RE&OLVED by the Legislatureof lon and use; etc .
came 1:30: Thursday a.m. APPORTIONMENT AND CENSUS exceeding one.halt ((4'sl l per ( ) Thai beglrnlng January lt. and gradual clearing setting
of lorldaThat
Dora was at the height of her fury. Section I I. COMPO'ITION Ot THE centum per annum and shall mature the State the following r amendment: of 1043 and for a.v.nly.flv.of y..r cents( ) InThis .

LEGISLATURE The legislature of prior to January 1. 8000. A.D. The I tle.al.r. the proc.d.
Article of the Florida Constllu
tax leviedby
the state of Florida shall consist ol a state board shall have power to determine lIon by XVI section IA Is agreedto ( ).pr gallon and olberlike morning Hurricane '|
law
senate and a house of representatives all other details of said bondsor and shall submitted In the electors upon gasoline known was about miles west of
of Wet
h products petroleum now 80
Members of the senate shall be elected motor vehicle tax anticipation
of the .tl. for rllc.lon or I I as the Second lias Tax end uponolber Palm Beach moving on a westerly
for a term of four Ml years andmembers certificates' sod to tell st public sale at I held .
rejection fuels used propel vehides
of the house shall be elected after public advertisement or ext Novsm bee. I gen.rl', collected to molo placed course Ethel Is considerably smal-
sh.ill
for s term of two I Hi tears Tie term t change said bonds or motor vehicle I IA: tmtlnulty; of givernment as
SECTION monthly In the State Hoed DI.trhu. Icr and less Intense thin Dora
of members of the legislature shsll lax anticipation '". apos.ueh
.rlfc. The legislature' tn order to
expire on the first Tuesdiv after theCleat terms anrl as tile slateboatd I Insure 0 state and I ical I tlon Trust and divided Fund" Into In the llll. e'.uilparts Trea'sucy \\Ith top winds of 95 M.P.H. In an
Monday In Novomber In seth shall provide.The conlnuly. Ihre
In of
diutrlhutrdmonihiy the irnUrCity .
.
regular election year Members of thee.to "dl board shall ala have emergency ,....ulin.op.r"lon.Ir.m prln. I ,11'h ahull the several I countnsas area near
and house nf for the of
representativesshall payment
power pl.r.e shall: hive I
bv, toarea
be elected as provided bv Isw the prlr'\pal and Intercut on such and nlhI.I Immeril: duty I follows: one part according .
row to "pul i
according <
one purl p
Any new county that may be created vet Ids antic:pa' for and torn I
lnl:1 provide prompt lIon. and one purl ace'n cling to the Commission
shall t be entitled to one III member in lion certificates, refunding pornry succesulon to the powers and I I counties' contnbullon to the cost of
the house of representatives In excess bond or refunding motor vehicle tax
.
offices or whatever
of any limit preer lied In the f"low. anllclpitlin .,... all or any duties of public whether filled bv election state rood construction in the ratio ofdIetniliulIlin
.rrll. nnd
nature
In Chipterr
InC sections nf this article Dart turn :" revenues to as provided
appointment, the Incumbents of I rldi Acts of 1IUI, To Meet Tonight
next reiipportlonment and the couray be derived from the licensing of motor or which: may become unavailable: for >6M. Laos of ll > of, the
slprlioo'nenl ,
shall h. .I.ned oh mm. ,ted 10 a vehicles provided for IR this emend the ci duties of and fir the purpose '
on powers tomrtlm
carrying based the c luntles
.enlorl.1 district us determined by mint and to enter Into any covenants such offices. and ((2)) to adipt suchother lions for the on cost of slate road meeting
The regular monthly
i.glalatore.licritos and other I with the hold.
o.ree".nl. tv soeut'esas may be necessary struct!! n. Ihs amount of the I
I The SENATP .APPORTIONMENT shall dividet .tax.of anticipation such bonds or motor vehicle at the and proper for I Insuring the continuity I buttons estihllshed bv the, ron'l of the City Commission postponed

>-. state Into forty two (loll 1 senatorial time of the I I..ulr.o.rlfc.ta enoreen.leg of governmental opr.lon. In the made In 1031 pursuant lo said Wednesday night due to Hurricane
exercise of the .onf. and dormedmnocluolve
districts with only one II) senator the security thereof and the rights red the legislature shall In all retpccts I Ion IS630, shall In be liken: the monthly i I Dora is scheduled for tonleht ut
computing
elected' In each district thereshall of "hl.hcovnant
of
except the
be two ((2) cent ,reieete: d from hold.r Iho..o. .1 shsll eon conform to the requirements the extent of lh..tIn thisCw'tllotion amounts distributable according to B p m. in the chambers at City
f> I dis
except funds
the most populous county. the add! binding and Irrevocsblecontracts the Judgment of the legislature so said oonlrlbuton.. Such so by the I Hall
tlonal scooter beln assigned the num.fortv with such holders and shall admlnl.lred
her .three ((431 T. forty.two be fully enforceable by such holdersIn to would do admit would of be Imprcl..bl.. or Mate Board of ", as here'bolter ::: agenda will be the second

((42)) dl.trloa shall apportioned any cooN of competent Jurisdiction NO. I providedIb chairman the I anr:1 reading of an ordinanceto
among counties nf the No such hon I. or motor vehicle tan I ( ) The ov.rnol as '
sverl
JOI"T ursoLUTION State Treasurer. the State Comptroller permit the Ocean Hlghwty and
state so as provide equitable representation anticipation certificates' hail ever be hOUSE d. ,,
baaed uI"n similar con.comIc Issued bv the state board until after NORMA shall constitute a onay carp, Port Authority to acquire and
JOINT RESOLUTION proponing an orate to known as the State Biaid o.
Interests' geographic ..ndpul.to. the adoptlin nf a resolution requestingthe h I
.rP which board shall erate a system for the
amendment to IV of opcraton.
Every district con I Issuance thereof by the county ArUo. Srlm. Admlolalraloo" '
eunose500 les. and 00.ounly board of public I Instruction of the 2* of the i' of re succee IOof. power. contrauthority and i I distribution and sale of gas
be divided In behalf of which I such obll bIbS to the duties of & commls the
may creating a county on Bo.rX within the and future corp.
his shallBoard. present
loner of agriculture: eliminating Administration Said
senatorial district except Dade Coun. gallons are to be Issued The
board of education shall I.l the supervision over m.lter pertaining In .ddlUon lo such po.ora .a may orate limits ot the City of Fenian-

Action 9 HEPRESFNTATtON IN amount of such bonds or motor i Bio public tarS. be conferred upon II by law the m.r. dma Beach
THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTA.TVES. tax certificates which can IT RESOLVED by the Leglsla ...m.nl. control and .uperv.lon I

,:AT-TBE HEIGHT OF THE HURRICANE North Fletcher Avenue was a virtual lake Representation In the hou. b* l.01"lp.llorl of any county to I lure of the State of Florida amendment: to the proceeds of aald d otheraoet. 01 The second and final reiding
That the following saId taoe.an d all m nneyaan
consist one I cent ((79f ) of the
rpraenl.Uve.h.1 seveoty.ftve pr 21 of the Florida, I which the effective date of will also be heard on ordinances to
n shown In picturt. Debris In foreground wu swept from the beach up over G.Ralph representativeswhich amount It determines can be Article IV Section on
be apportioned among, theenur'lie. serviced by the revenue accruing to Constitution I Is agreed tn and shall be this amendment are applicable or nay vacate and discontinue certain

Wolff Beach Park and across North Fletcher.: .hl the method of equal proportions the "county under the provisions ol submitted to lh) eleoor of, the at, stale become .pplcabl. to of the this binds state. or of streets in the city namely the two
the .
.
for
: that la. eseh countv shall this amendment and such determine rlUlr.lnn .v.r,1
have one representative and the remalnlng lion shall be conclusive All such .Ieclon held in Ih'l any special rood and bridge. dlalrlc.or streets between South fourteenthand

representatives shall be assigned bonds or motor vehicle tax antlclpa 1564: other special taxing Ih..ol. Fifteenth with access from
to the counties In proportion to certificates shall be In the Section 21 Commissioner of a Issued prior to July 1st 1931.
lon t.u.d culture duties etc The commls and bridge purposes. The word Beech Street The streets were re.
of the .
population The populations respectlve of the state board
Dora I Deals Devastation counties for the porpnsusefthis I but shall be lusued for and on sinner of agriculture shall perform I II bonds." as used h nreln. Include coolly the subject of some controversy .
Damp behal and other
section shall h confined tn cltlI of the cnuntv board of' public such duties In r.I.ln to agricultureas He bonds. time warrants. notes
I of United shall may be forms of Indebtedness Issued fur roA .
I Kens the I not lIon requesting tin Issuance thereof'. I pr..er'bedn.bY.I.
ld. .. shall aim .. ''0 and bridge purposes b yanyc000 .
Commissioners
mc.u. u.o ..r w.. .. and no .I..uoo or approval nf quail and shall picture suchother special road and bridge district r or It I Is also expected that thc
elsIe prlnun
becamcraterailed.Peciine
nol fled shall be
m Continued from PIle One I Although a number of I-OH-! AlA South was closed at noon 4. The legislature shall rennortlon required elecl'rs.the or fr..holdet I.suaor 5 dutie. as may b. prescribed by special taxing district outstanding on will discuss the dam.

bettor L> to evacuate or rather dents left the Inland and many Wednesday and a road block the representation, of the I NO 4 I a. NO.5 I July there lot if. Said IM1 Board nr any refunding have Issues the I age caused to the city by Hurricane

gamble on the safe side." others .used the shelters a great \ maintained He said however house session and of the senate legislature at the' 1171 and r..lla every COMMITTEE SDBSTITUTF RESOLUTION FOR t'EN ATE JOINT RFSOLUTIONNOJ I nmutiry' powers of ahll of Countv Don and make piano for resit:.
HOUSE JOINT
He ..dtkd that representative number chose to remain In their I that the route Went of Furnan.I ten ((10)) years thereafter based upon NO 123 RESOLUTION ions Commissioners. and llond Tcuntee.aOdof .,! n-d Urn of areas fehue dcstruetlii
JOINT proposing .1 thOr u:hnrlty
anv
of lh. y i>. Engineers were to be own homes and ride out the I|I dma was passable at all times. t census p.Aln.. latest federal decennlal A :: RESOLUTtON pe .ini an f amendment of Article XVI .f the and bridge districts and. a.r. spec I 650 exMTierct.1 "
I d to Antloie, XII, OectiosS '
her. today (Friday) for a survey storm Deputies assIsted In furnishing Hrtlon >. I any p.r of this Joint of ; fciate Constitution: aathun.lobe Constitution to be of numbered lorlda bv by adding thenCe'a' lit said taxing bonds districts except thereof that with the regardto powerto
.
of the damage. lie said that Police Chief J. R. Parker and I transportation for those In need resolution and void then l un.on.lullon.1or of State Shol Funds suo. of state authorizing .Ivl trials levy sd valorem taxes :expressly

another curve)' would be made members of the Police 1>elart., of that service al'well as transporting nul shall be null void and Inoper 1. to behalf be" expended of aisle Institutions for Out.yon In branch courthouses In counBEX1T withheld from all said Hoard documents, and shall and Just

Monday at tf am. by Civil Defense ment were on duty throughoutthe supplies to 'sheltei s where .live. NOS Learning Including Junior Colleges. : RESOLVED bv the L.I.I.lur. take records over. p.per.. the same. BaldHoard Rambln'Contnued

hurricane In a varied number needed, SENATE ,-O' RESOLUTION and Schools Capital Outlay for Public of the State of Florida: shall have the po.'e from timeto ( One)
.T That *n amendment to Article XVI time tn Issue refunding bonds to
City Manager David Catch of capacities. During the day: Youngblood said that no casualties A JOINT RESOLUTION M7 proposingasamsn HE 1 IT RESOLVED bv the Legislature of the Florida Cooal\llor by adding mature within the aald sevsniy.five bring a Jayce after your contribution .

said; ':this Is a major disaster wt they directed traffic and aided were reported and that no Scent to Article XVI, Sec 1 XII"I. the section state I of of the I h't'trI4nl,
have taken a terrible beating\, with other emergency operations boats suffered damage. (Many tlon lutlve T o the the length State t'onUlllton 1... :' lIon be amended. set forth below agreed by to.the and scre.ry amendmentshall to. them 1nl.ri pledge of youngster may bring Joy to another
a.rur
and now cleanup is our big problem At night they patrolled the of the boats sought the safer t Irm. 1 and that acid amendment be submitted be submitted to the electors of anticipated from such gaso at Christmas
flc.r. to the electors of for rail
." streets of the guy, to assist HESOtVED IIY THE I Ed Ilorld. Florida for ratification or ret.rlon at II osnroihsr fuel taxes 10 be dlntrl '
any. waters of Kgan's: Creek flratlin or relectlon general 'ti'
or mov THE STATE 01I "' the general I election be billed to such county ss herein pro.
He e muted that, althoug one In distress and to guard against I ed Southward down the Intra- ISLATURE 'LOR IDA: election 1 ; 'nIO be PRINCIPAL held In 'OF rST' t ember. 1'1: 1 vlded but not at a greater rate of Interest Congratulations to the Boat Cub

all crews are on a 24 hour basis possible looting. coastal Waterway) That article XVI section 7 of the SCHOOL FUND TO REMAIN SEI'TION '. Civil trial. In than sqid bonds now bear beholfof : and for tie exciting races which .
In Dade county sell or exchange on I I
the .,II'Mulwill\ take from U I Sheriff II. J. Youngblood and I Rev James Dunnman revealed Florida forth.0n.luUoo be that amended said resolu asset LATE EXCEPTION fund- The shall princIpal rsmalttsul'ee : Civil brsnch trials courthouses man be held .. providedby to any Ilue.county or unit for the sole purpose traced such a large crowd to tho
of the school
state
days to two weeks. of law In branch courthouses Ir any of retiring said bonds Issued bv I II Labor
tlon be submitted to the electors' city marina area on Day.
his regular deputies were In that the Flint Baptist Church was at d and Inviolate except only I that municipality within Dade county The I such countv or special roar) and
Florida for ratification or rejection .
CaUhi'l had high praise foi operation around for the principal' of such fund may be expended clerk of any the sherlf end I bridge orotherspec lab tux.I I 'fr *
.. emergency the opened on Tuesday evening the general I election l be held in for capital outlay on behalf of .our. I dl.rl.
within said ., '. gasoline or otherfuel
City personnel who worked unrJnlfl1. clock from 4 30 I shelter and any other leg Memo to Ethel:
: Tuesday after a that approximately! Novmber. 19. state Initiations of higher learning maintain such office.within tax anticipation certificate uearIng
through the hurricane noon until 1:80:: p.m. Thursday 45 to 50 sought refuge there. CREATED 7.BY 0, Or"ICEI. ? Including: junior: colleges, and capitaloulisy i I I I county ..hal municipality and haveansliahia I Intereit at not mol than three I I 'You Aln't Welcome Here!"'

and- lIked that his for public schools. such official books end re I tent 131) per annum In such deriminatlons
appreciation with 14 member nf hid Water I The legislature' shall nol create any i pu !
I I
Dunnum mild that I to 'Is
I a portable office. the of which shall hetone. NO 9HOUE.E I rondo therein may be necemary I and ma tarlnOatsu' I '
be ulao term the law to Import or
extended to the public foi Patrol also I It s against
piessed Into service, ., than 141) except JOINT RESOLUTION accomplish the purpose of this amendment I lime within the .1.11)
Uwif-iuuwllint coopciationHe Beginning at 2:10:: p.in, Tuesday :I power unit was secured am'pieioud membership IouI ol the board years charged NO 1045 : provided that the prlnclp l of period as the :.venly.lv'ler stock any fish not native to Florida

-*aid that It was hm undeifiiUuLmcTthat a public addtess I Into lIervice'and that with responsibility for colleges and A :OINT RESOLUTION proposing anaotendmeot flees of such clerks or other ofc.r Fn addition to : .. la Florida fresh water without
system wall and communications I universities (not Including Junior colleges to Arl.l. XII of the shall not be removed from the now provided by al.llu'' Investment
North and SouttH I power were said first obtaining a permit from the
used by officers to advlne I 1'tridents ) which terms may be extended Si.le ConstitutIon a Section **"'. tl sink'ng funds
tl heP-Avenue, as far as Sad. of the city I maintained throughout the storm :, bv the IUI.I.'ur to not more than Itt be r'dmher.d bv tic Secretary of NO. 10 I may use the sinking funds created. Game and Fresh Water Flbh Cum-
bl'I'h. to election "'' "SOLUTION of' county or specl
Suite relating the or said bonds
Coffee wan provided but the rcftigies nine 181 app JOI" fir any
fry Rond -would be barricaded btihVSlal can beach and Amelia Amerl-I y..r.NO a .Intment of Superintendent of Pub HOUSE NO &1 .il road and bridge district or other mission,

Road Department since evacuate their homes. I brought their own food An 'I SENATE JOI"T I he Instruction In Encambla, Lake. I A !illng. to I I unit hereunder. to purchase the ma
R1SOLUION JOINT.ll' 1.re .
itt was judged unsafe for travel Informal prayer service was heW NO. Martin. Ok"ob., Palm IteachPulnam I pru. .. lured or maturing bonds participatingherein

aU !only)' property' owners would Youngblood said
of the Sluts of Florida: I Increasing the numberof or other special taxing district of the blate Con.tulo" relating
14 Uluw d to travel back ant (Chi) of Section 111 Article XII of the I Constltutlin; .
Constitution' nf Florida relating to That article, XII of Con Judicial .lr"ull.1: preserving cerBE"nTJRElSOLFO Ihereof provld.d that as lo said matrlct
fnVttf-to! their homes over the par. the use of part of the revenue do slitutinn be ameMed as set forth below I lured bar J.. the value thereof a. .n BE IT RESOLVED by the L.I.la.lur
QJMHOutroycd streets rived from the llrennlng of motor I and that sold resolution be sub hv the Legislature' Investment shnll be the price pildtherefor : of the State of Florida:

Party Ncus With A Punch vehicles for outlay and debt I muted" tn the electors of Florida Our I of the State of Florida: which shall nol exceed the 1. T.t the amendment
l laid there llttli cplll of ana to X. 7 of the I lortda
: was the amendment d Interest
; service and school ptirnnss' ratification or rejection at general Th.t the followine parvalue pl u.accnus Arlel.
i ;11 j done from tho bead BF IT RFSOLVED BY THE I election to be held In Nov.mbr. 1W4 subsection lii). SECTION 8. of article that said Investment shall bear Interest as set forth blow is
.. to
ftt-Oauiltance to LEOISLATUHE O'' THE STATE I Section -. County of V of the Constitution of Florida Is at the rte of three per cent (StcTittt ) agreed to and shall be for ratification
damaged of Florida
I public appointment In shall be submittedI 10 the .I'or
; to and .noum.
OF rLORIDA: arced p.r
II moa\ as higher than In.tru.lonl. for ratiflca board shall annually or at the general I election to
mate
norma. That the to certain the II ectnrn f this ( ) sid
tidy prevented any machine subsections 1IJn'bl.:)) '( nf section II, I I ((1) "unl county superintendent of Ion or rejection at the general election u.s laid In each countv account. be held In November ARTICLE 19:

rude XII nf the Constitution of FlorIda public I Instruction shall be appointed 10 he held I" November. t9: flnt to pay currenl principal and Interest ,
of homs'atsad
from working/ on the beach Hi Is hereby agreed and shall be sub hv the county board of public Ioslcun. IECTION I. Cl'cult courts maturing' If any of said bonds SECTION' J. Exemption

Also noted that the U.S. Engineer/ milled to the .,."I"r of the state for lon In the counties of Escsmbu I ill JUDICA.CIRCUITS The le lslature and gasoline or olhel fuel tax county antlclpnttnn or' who has from the taxation legal title- or Every person.
thantwenty such
Martin Okeechobee. Palm not more certificates
e&e loining today to view th atlflcntion or rejection at the next ; 'j each bridge district orother title In equity to real properly In this
general election to be held In Novem Heach Putnam and SemInole whereinHe I Judicial 1 circuits I special road and
and m
I resides thereon
damage proposition Is affirmed bv a maIf composed of a county or special t..(lrg district thereof: state and wno
11X14 "ol.unu.
'.Mis Jonathan Hill Red I ",'lion: I" ffHOOT BONOS FOR :rlty vote of the qualified electors of I counties and nf not less I second to establish s sinking fund good faith makes the same the his or her
Cro
home, or permanent
Inhabitant". sccoHIng )' meet future requirement permanent
CAPITAl. OUTLAY INSURANCE. my such county miking the nfflie 01 thnmmd IW.ODD) nrcnunl to
l'elrelenlutlvo hue said that be.I Hi Beginning January I I. IKI5' ,' luntv superintendent of public In the tint census authorised bylaw nf sild bwds and fusalhnerrnther: 'I hums of another or others legally or

tWein 350 and .!100 wee aciommuduttd for thirty.five ((15)) years there:,"ane. cotionatlptiotive. except. Ihal the countv of Monroe I t fuel tix anticipate' certlflc,lies where "Iur.ly dependent an upon suem said lila,prln.
the first of th revenues derived 111' The hoard of public Instruction shill one nf the circuitsprovided : II the enticlp.tl: ) Income for enllled l
at the Juniui high\ I.r..e. ... of mot"r ve .f the cwinlv: moot request an elec oor'dI,1. r. there shall be n<1 apl' or peon will, not equutechedaird all ldX.tIO. 01 assessmentsfur

School ulultir which opened., o hides to th eententr..eensar v to comply which may b a special, election' reduction In the ouniwrofrincoitiud payments therein": and I o'n up to the assessed
lon. I valuitxn five thousand dollarsIS50UOOO
Tuesday with the provisions. of this amend I be on billet of any reg .. residing I In any countv tor-re--- third, annne balance out of I ,
night with "I said home and
annie lOU( which itcenla Sri) ) contigu
to.
I circuit of
I electlo tudlclnl proceeds
cent as collected he placed primary or general to IV s part nf s lbs ; .
coming In on Wednesday mOI'n.Inll. .hHI.the county .pll..1 oullm lie denign.tied by Ihe board of public circuit Is here itter created. divided I, nf said, tutt'ss-" montMv during I 'u.rea I property, as defn.d In Article
: hoard .. X. Section 1. of ,
II and debt service school lu.d In the i 000rue',l'e. und upon auch tintely en. changed or revl-en: the y.a he by said C.n.liulon.lor .

111'1. Hill aid thiit food WH I state vided tr..ury.. amendment and oneS onlv Such as revenue pro.. Si quest I ooersofsuchmouo the board of,: myc: m:. I HOUSE JO'"NO.T RESOLUTION It I Stite EHhtv Road per Department cent (iSO'I for I theconstruction tote I II :I vlded the that year In Sarasota lino and Coullv thereallr. first ot

two thousand dollars I IU 00))
ilh I election' orraae tn be I NO aMA I or of stnte 0
provided although those enter. shall he distributed atmu:" special r..n.\on the valuation of .
.
/ I among the several l counties In the on tIle tatsuc h other election JOINT RESOIITION' prnpoklngamendment roods and held "n"Ilv.. .e..ed propr.t .
leg .were requested to tiling thiii .f "e I of shall be taxable for .
I r Ho <'f the nimhcr of Instruction the proposition whether .ub.e'I.n I to Article XVI J or for the eu.sor purchase
and the shall
own bedding fond milk, etc., units In each counts In each jeir: shall he effective In such county I Cnn"tilt 1,1 notthestotan Florid:i connecting state hllhwasohtbme I poses only exemption
The the adriltlmal ) of I..a eountv and twenty perreO t I20t I Ito apply tn the next IV. Ih.u.and dil.
herein Ul Anv countv adipttng providing an m.lhnc
until-the Red Clou computed as provided I .
: 001 for
aceommodatlooCivClo ommlssloners Ian 'IH 000 I purposes
.hol
hereof Board of County
amount of the first revenues derived visions of subsection 111 I revising or amending 'onIUII' the
: \ put Into operation from the ii renolngofmotor vehicle"tn after four years return to Its former I nf uch county for use of roads I only of assessed vlu.lon Bald title
... and reject the provisions of HE" IT RFSOLVFD hv the Legislature and brldies therein may be held by .nlroll... Jointlyor .
.Jiihlt cited thut the law enforce he In each year am status '
.."' \ ... ... i .t bd'a": provided hcr5105hll this section bv the same procedue.ouiiined I of the State of r InridaThit : Idi Slid hard shall have the power I In common with and said
mrnt officers were of (great btn Refreshing news for hostesses who look for flavorful beverages I )lie an amount equal In the agiregit- I in subsection (lit hereof for te ."podm.nl tn Article XVII. to make arJ enforce all rule andreflations I exemption may be apportioned among
such of the owneras reside
efit bringing In of four hundret adopting the provisions thereof In the of the Constitution of' Florida bv addIng necessary In the lull ex
baby food to the product
diapers I I
to please all tastes this summer comes with a new line of Instant section to be numbered powers hereby granted Iheren. as their Interests
the tc a r.ap.lv.
bv beginning thereto
water and gas for genciatrtlU soft drink mixes sweetened without sugar. Simply add water and i dolar. l MOO 01)Instruction multiplied units' In a, 141 In the event a referendum' ... section 4. set forth below l Is agreedto I : J.oo'le'I,I. shall he requiredtn appear but exeniptun

; Noted also was the worl ice cubes to make 2 quarts of low-calorie refreshment I the counties of I lorlda The iruml. lon results I In a change In the meth,,\ and .I he submitted tn the electors render this amendment of lull I of mol than five thousand dollars
I III .,' nf Florida f"r ratification Or retectlon force nnd operating effect from and I '1 O'' shall be .low.d IuanyuoeI
ojrdiu..uJility Available in strawberry, cherry, raspberry orange and of In each eountv garuuo ty ul"rolond.nl.
In rush gripe ill I
company In.lr"rlo uni. the I election to be I after lit 1 Iota The Leglsla I I person or on I duellinghouse
shall be at
of Ito the Incumbent permitted l I' general Januo"
flavors/ the pr..wel.tened soft drink mixes make thiret.qul"chinll'drink. I V.r purposes levies of said nor shall lb eamoan I of the
Imrthe' restoration of Nwentber 1X4SFCTION lure the
power. amendment shall be the serve the remainder of the term of held In .h.1 .onl"u.
"Tiled alto were those In thi for youngstets and flavorful drinks for welght-watchets of I III I I the number nf Instruction r".r.unlls office lo which he was duly elected or 4 Additional, Method nf tuxes the life of this Am.nd.menl. I exemption allowed any peruse000ed
all for there 0 calories For Amending ConstitutionAs and shnll 0,uOen.ctann liwhuurg the proportionate assessed valuation
8-ounee/l'laal.
ages. only per / a sum each county for the ..hol fiscal >eiI appointed Revising or
sai Lara who were helpful in or mer party, this punch served from a watermelon "bowl" would I IBM 52 In the manner hen NO S a m.tho nf' revising the entire I heelfrcto f withdrawing the I based on 'I Interest owned by suchThe
,
I romoute addltlonal cents I2c) of' 56 no' ,. legislature may premriheapporti
1 Florida and ss an of said two
ganmnir and I law HOUSE JO'NT RFSOLUTION .
assisting during thtOv tofore by general proceeds
please the hostess too-it Is very easy to make; lOt provide of Ieatructi0000lta' NO 21M' I method of revising uroniend.Ire said, taxes frost the alteration of this I Oeaten d reasorable :laws reg.

e1irll'en: Strawberry Melon Punch I 'h'hounn fir the school: f:seal >e A JOINT RESOLUTION an any portion or portions of it. amendment The bed shall pay ro ulatlng the manner of establishing theright

r 100/ were cared for In a computed In the m aooee heretitors amendment lo Article prp.lnl the either branch of the les"I.lur. at funding expenses other expenses to said, exemption
lrimi! 1 small watermelon :2 quarts cold/ 'water hereafter provided bv general law Stile onadlinfi, Sectlin any regular sesilon or at anv special f services' .rer.d specifically, fir SECTION 2 This, resolution shall
r-manner at Peck )
HiglJii 1 envelope I'rc.Sweetened Strawberry halves approved bv the .,.ite board 01 e, 11 be numbered bv the Secretary or extraordinary session called for the orwhlchee 5 chaneabl hie In. become effective only upon Its an..
$ >ul: .wheie !Negro: deputlermiiAlsuncd Strawberry Kool-Ald '<'* (optional) cation I It ereineiteree iled the ot| St tie relating 10 the election or appolntment purpose msv propose bv lolnt resolution ., lb sermon I of anv cnuntv from lund.du."but.d .. pruval bv a majority of the fre..hld.sesnulin ,
board. or ,,31> the number of lirstr I of superintendent of pub. a revl.lol nf the entire corstltu to such county: but general f in a referendum 'I.clonl
a constant contact
Soft Drink Mix Mint leaves .
(optional) : I of for be held In larssota Cour
the services y
of
i
units I o.achrnatityOs behalf lie I Instruction In Tailor countv. or a revision or .0.nd.,1 expenses bard .
wtfh CD' headquatUisTol. *Vf 'ti'iivaler v hell ie, cubes< are o/Jr(/ ,'. lon the state board of education BE IT RESOIVED bv the Leglsla lo portion or portions th..f and rendered all the alike nel special or regular primary elec

: : .: Prestin estimated tha' First prepare the melon: slice a lengthwise section from the top Issued binds or motor vehicle I ianlici 'lure of the Stale ot rlirlda' I may direct and provide for an elec shall be prorated among them .1 this resolution
SECTION J Should
more than 200 weie cared for Ir of the melon Scoop out the fruit and seeds. (Cut fruit into balls [ amendment antlunrer which till colesUO will produce dir scent of That the lorlda nn amendment Cnnstitutl' to: article by adding XII ton thereon the joInt resolution Is adopted bv bills paid out said of nx lid proceeds funds on are the dlitrl. I be rejecurd bv the freeholders in

thimhelter at Yoke high School or cubes to serve II 1 later as appetizer or dessert) Then cut triongularpiece. revenues under this antenrln t tto the sec.II, set forth below lo he nuin vote of Ihr fifths, 13 5)) of the m.'"' I hated among the several I counties: Sansita. Cnuntv then this' resolution

roatmaster W. II. Melton lilli,' downward around the rim, to cieat an edge resembling the equil coca,d one'third I I II II bored bv. the Secrelirv of Stile Is hers elected to each house. the you provided report nf said expenses. shall be null and void
top of a picket fence Chill melon shell thoioughly. I I times I the o( regite amount' of t ,I agreed la nnd thit said amendment' { and na\i Ihli lie entered upon theirr .h.,1 h rnide tn each Regular Ses IN TFSTIMONY WHEREOr. I have
that than 150 ...,' : : : proponed Leinlature. and the Leg set hand and affixed
more its and tie
persons u. clpil of and let eretofsu ch bond I hull he submitted to the elect: rs of' rwct '"e Jourr Ihl h.r.unll my
Meanwhile dissolve soft drink mix in cold water. Pour drink
amendment shill he sub I-1. it the expenses the Ore.it Seal of the Slate of Florida
.re may
the office building refuge motor vehicle tax anticipation ci > Florida fur ritificulon or 01 revision or Ilni o
post as a into melon shell for serving, and garnish with fresh strawberry i I finite* Khun will mature and bee the gerersl t election lo "I.C''O ,n'' ..-. >, I beer"t.'r. nf the nliie f.t Tallahassee. the luuitiil, this the

with all three floors beini halve and mint. Makes 3 (quarts or about 8 lenin,.. due In suih pete. computed' In I NveoIer, III64 .ratification or rejection at the next II Mth day nf Au.u.1 A D. 19.

used on both Tuesday and Wed I shinIer heretofore hereafter sECTION nunly sun.erlntenrieitl I .","",a'' .,."II.n held nlor Ibm. me'enly HOtSEOINT RKSOLITIOV I TM
I vliied hv gener il: In and sppriby ,. nf puhlle In'rlel.nj' appointment (70i. days alter the adoption of NO 10111 ''EAI Secretary nf State

nunday nights. __.. the stall board. : ;I In C.rOI .- UM rtioiaUaa \.. by note 0 Uutt A JOINT RliOLUnO.N pr.w a 110, n1Page













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BV CUlT' GORDON Howard. Bobhy Johnson, Dux Id
Com I Wane HcnniT rontlnurii Johnson Frankle Littles, Tom Loh.

ph.'asedlIh! Iii dally workouts of man, m Noithcy, 'ail Hieh.
r, t t a till 'h',11' frotliull squad but I Wayne (firman. Billy Taylor/ Jig

: was disappointed (his wick when f Smith, "icg Willis Sieve Carver
I "Dcra1 mused pislpiincmi'iit of H I Hobert 'lohnson and Mike Farris

6 t tt few pr.llllCC assail The veiling, of the season Is Just

I, "We are ruining a'untf' fine, but I line wen', away when the Pliales s. ?
i we nerd all the practice e can display l heir strength from lour or

Ret biloie our opening game live we ks of tough drilling.
i .' again! Camden," said! Coach Bon- I The rrates will have/ a nice array .

i ner of iilrnt leading/ the cheering
Feinnmlma opens III Reason next section this )'l'ar.hlrh should

.Friday niehl when they entertain : make P' i lying easier, with ('o.'a;>
the Camden Ilurrk'ant'i nil the local I sins I aura Lathrop und Judy
1 field Hi nner mill hnsn t indicatedany Vral1l J., n lending (the group or f

stalling Urn'up Inr the upamm' ,, cherrieniers, Bohbl Breton( Aitic
I ,I cpener an he whoa III give all of I Stein, hltln Siaiborn. Kathy Lew. iti XsU
his pl.i\trs a chance to hot lie for 'I Is. Manila Shealv and Paula/ kor.
.- a IIRI tin II assignment lie can call I nan

on Pl'rWl'pohll's:\ and Bnnnv All Allen,.ites, are Connie Cuss and r .

FOLLOWING: THROUGH after whacking a long drive down the0.: 2 fairway at the l varc la du the plKnal-ra'ling' and Kay Akins.Hunting !1 4
prohiib'x('' most of (lie posting. Nob. .
Fernandina Beach Rolf is Leo -- --- --
course Schoenhofen president of the widespread ('on. lee Is THK: I'l'lJNNDINA;; HKAl'll HOVT ( (
probjblv the must experlcne- n.lII'annuIII l.nlior
tamer Corporation of lty Races' provided the
America who visited the local division last
week. Playing with I ed of, I'll1!' two for the qimrtcrbuik iixu.il. kern 1'lJlnllt'tltlonlnltmjC; outl>oirel; drlu>rx entered from
.
Sihoenhofen executive CalendarFor throuuhout Georgia; and
were liirlJ.t.I .
Job \\ in lit rll! In the Mirimis' clauses arc shown with
Jones, plant manager; R. E. Phinney, general manager and Del Theobald managerof Richard Sihnmas, dinky fnllbnikI left to ih'ht. Huddv Kurnetl. their trophies front row,
the box Jerry Hastily, Don Mctaid. hick McLeod. H. C. folk
plant. J I I with goad' spied, und Harry Hire 64-65 SeasonIn K.: Rhodes and E.: \ ,
M.
--. h_ 1 younu:: but t powerful; have tin In-I : Meekw. "Standing from left (Curson McKendree. who now holds

., side truck on the fulllritk position. I the HUH' Chiimnlonshlp Trophy pfmnneill.v" retiring It from competition J. T. ('ar-
glue ride, but says he has a while to dc. Both hens will sec plenty of action Florida ter. Jeff' I.uten.'o&,1, (Iteur" (Kill Gothnrd'twarded; the Boat Club's Sportsmanship
I I It I I Tropht, Vat); Id Penton. 111111acy.: "Handb
: > I during the spasnn Bar Hank" Hen Perry, overall winner in
Jake Bunch and* Bill '.

c x Sports their luck at fishing last Saturday I i I| Clink Iliee. err Harry batlllntf Mills It and out for Tommy the huntinu calcmliir for the 1.1.1.51' :; I * *
and season as set by (the Game and
r + brought: In one bins, a trout' two lull I hack position' .
and small drum They caught: these I Fresh Water Fish CummlhHluii, Is
End: ) play slimilel find Rome acid "

luck at the in jetties j the;: sound after I : nut having any |I,I talent In players like Mike Pikula, as fulliiSiScplembcr({': 5 Marsh hen xei- r ... ::.',,, '" ;; '
John Bunch a newcomer to I thePircie .....
Slants 'fr -tr Jack Barnlnk, Billy
ramp ..
Senlembcr 21 Sueclul binr .
.: thinner II Impicssed with hili Miller and Joe Thrift. The tackle hunts In Apalachlcolj w ,e ,
open tutuOsceola a
two tackles for the team this year I poHlliiniH make Bonner and his J
M BY CURT CORDON Joe Shires and Jerry Beard StoresIs Rlnff smile with Joe Stnies. who Naliomil FoieslHOetuber .
I 3 First phase" clove )
a bill boy who played fur Gcor. pbycd at GMA last year, Jerry
gia Military Academy last year I i Beard a good veteran and big season opens
When we started writing this I Wanda Shealy and Paula Kornau. and Is expected to be a big help as I Jim Young.Mlke /. Oeleiber 17 Special archery; '
dump "Dora" had more Interest i Kay Asking and Connie Cass wit a leader for the Pirates. Beard In hire Mike Flala. Kenny hunt opens In Citrus Wildlife Managemenl ,
mong the people of Fernandina serve ai alternates It Is a fine another big player with plenty of i i Lanenstpr Flala area :
each than any spurts Item we group to boost the Pirates to winning experience and the two along with ;I' hallllna: oran1he guard positions arc ()(iii ire 24 !Spri-lil, nri""v
might mention, ball hunt opens In Elln(! Military Res.ervallon a
games. Jim awr
Young, gives the Pirates good I, while Alan Cover and Sieve Bo-
*r -it '* TV strength at the tackle positions. I I I vibe will handle the center ipnt / .

We can hardly: believe It our.elves i, There will be a Little League '* it it I without any trouble. Cover will be November 7 Special bear hunts

but it li J Just one week Baseball Meeting at the Container We were checking with Jimmy j used at other positions also close.
before I I I November:\ ( 8 First phase doveseason
Fernandina
.
away our Beach Conference Room on Monday, September Hutchlns last week concerning his Brnner aye this year'i team
Pirates will be playing their first I ( 21. Interested parties are I II closes. Eglin archery hunt
golf game and told him we hadn't I will he faster than last year's, but
football game of the season The I requested to be present for the I heard from him lately lie said his he lucks the depth he had with his ClesesNovember. I
Camden County Hurricanes will be I meeting to discuss the past and 1 clubs were In the corner of his W team ; 13 Marsh lien seison'closes

the opponent here on Friday Sep coming season. storage room and that Is where In the B team camp Coach Ceo- .
''
ember 18, If haven't I I Nm ember 14 Deer turkey
you boughta '
they are going to stay. Sounded as rile Tyson has a group' of prnmls.Ing
lesson ticket It will cost lessfor squirrel and quail ncamn eipens 1111 i
you Bill McRae has Just returned I Jim In
though gut Into that ant bed I youngsters Steve Adams
five tames If you get tickets In from Quincy Illinois where he again. j Phil Aldav, J P. Allen. Mark and First, Second Fouith und Filth
Consrrvallon Districts. Second
advance. completed his first professional -tr tr I i Mason Bean Leroy Duren, David '
*
Htk baseball season with the Quincy It phase dove, snipe and wooelcock 1 THE OKSK11VATION PLATFORM at the Florida Marine Welcome Station offered n
Laura Lathrop and Vran- appears that we will not hove season open( Ilall'-\1 1111', onstage point for race official and photoraphera the '
Judy Gems of the Mid-West League. a soflbull game bitween at labor Day regatta. Thin..
ken are co-captains for the 1961 McRae had a 10-6 pitching record and Cook local Champions Burgess, and Autumn Offers November 21 Deer turkey, : photo t-heiwn a portion of the large crowd that \lewed the races from the docks of thecity

heerlcadera. Others In : the group for his first season as a pro Me. the winner of the Wc.tel'na.sau:\ Third squirrel Conservation and quail season District client.' In marina and other position! along; the' harbor front Itoata shown are jockeying

Alll be Bobbl Beeton, Artie ,Stein\ ,I flee U studying the idea of playing loll ball title for the Nassau (;UIIII'I Some of-florida's I November 21 Duck, Manse and fur position, ,as' they head for the starting; line In one of the exciting.races.

rTricIa Scarboro, Kathy' Lewis winter baseball In the Florida Lea.I" Championship. 'nalns" hud caus. coot hunting: ; ;jpl.I:;; sliitewleleNovemhir : :; ; III I l .., -,:.. ._
] 2U Second (I --
--= Finest Fishing dove season closes.- phase son closes In first Second find | Wildlife Management' Area closet Shooting hours for ill resident
1 Fifth Conservation Districts. Duck, February 21 Special' wild I
bOil from
December 6 Special archerv game are one-half hour be.
FERNANDINA hunt clones In Citrus Wildlife Manfwment goose, and coot season closes. archery hunt In Guano Wildlife I (ore sunrUe. 1.0.one-haif hour after
BEACH TALLAHASSEE While summcr's January 4 Third phase. dove Management Area closes. suns6t. ,Shooting hours, for all ml. I
AreaDecember
/ '
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heal Is still with Florida. Indian seasein. closes 28 Quill and
February squirrel grimly except
game dove
Summer Is just around thecorner ( 12 First special gun |I January 16 Special! wild hog leaHon closes Illitewide.JllIII'I'h are
from sunrise
to
sunset for dove
"JEWEL OF ,FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" wet a I line and I It and Is sample a prime II some time of to I tint In AieaDecember Citrus, Wildlife Management Wildllle archery Management hunt /In Flshcitlng Area open Creek I season 13 opens- Spring south turkey of State gabbier I' L/i(ht>un legal't..houri ire from; 12;00 noon

Florida's finest fishing. 1 19 Third phase dove January (17 Deer and turkey Road :30March. I
The Came and Fresh Water Fish |I: access opens I season clones In Third Conservation 27 Spring' turkey gob. llunlcri should check their sunv
January 1 See. 'mid mary of hunting rules and regulations
special
Commission reminds gun
.w. anglers that ( 1 DIM i'Id.Januuiv hler
season' Hi of
opens nor Stale
Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men some/ of the best fishing of the hunt In Onus Wlldlilu Manage.; 23 Speilal/ wild hog Rued 50.March. for special regulations md

year Is Just a calendar page away, I mint AicaJanuary arche-ry hunt In Guano Wildllle 211 Spring lackey gob- ,local exceptions. Hunting HeenHes
"Early autumn and fall arc comparable 2 Snipe and woodcock Manace'iitenl: Area oix'iis bier season elosei south of Stalin lire required hunt all resident I
BE WISE.I Suburban I to spring Insofar as fishing season closes. j January 28 Turkey scawm in head' SO. and mlgiateiry gime. Duck stamp
is li re-quired lo take duck and ,
: concerned, Commission Direc. January 3 Peer season( loses i Fourth CoiiHervallon( I District d"Hes.Januar'y ) Spring geese
tor A, D Aldrich : I Ii ; ; I April| II turkey geib- and a public h''llpf( permit Is required
'Porcelainize"'LASTS TIDES Propane Gas Co. points out. "t'n- In First, Second, ( Fourth and Filth I 31 Special wild hog bier season. closet north of SlateR ,to hunt on wildlife manage
{i fortunately, many sportsmen put Conservation Districts. Turkey sea- I archery hunt In .'I lwalln" Creek'' nad 50. men( areas
SERVING ALL ninny their I tackle as soon' an the .
-'
3 OR 4 TIMES tt JETTIES YOUR NEEDS IN first shooting season opens As a "

LONGER THAN LP GAS AND result they; miss the oppoilunllv to I II l
WAX JOB Ail 10 Minute FeeFeritndiat GAS APPLIANCES I catch the (linkers that have been '' lt.tr ; 1I\
QUINARY I lying deep all through the summer I t r 'l h'.I
TASSERRE MOTOR Harbor 7 South 7th St. brut" r Yi r;.

"Phone 261.3661 : Aldilch pointed out thai I the I
.I
.CO. tiHiler water of full stimulates the
HIGH LOW I I fish and brings them out of midsummer I
T. H. KING
| ,/8th St, Ph. 261.3811 Friday, Sept. 11 lethargy. I

PHOTO SHOP Florida offers yoar-arouml fishIng I II
11:50: a.m. 5:39: a.m. and the .
sportsmen or wo.
E Going Fishing? 11:53: p.m. 6:16: p.m. Roll W.ddlns I men can find added pleasure In

Pro..ln' e their days outdoors by packing the
Saturday, Sept. 12 ,
visit Us For. Film Port By all. fishing gear along on a hunting I

Complete Lint Of 12:35: a.m. 6:22: a.m. Pima Appointment trip The booklet. "Florida's Fresh
7:06 supuee "0''DO,, Only Water Fish and Fishing" Is available .
Fishing Tackle : p.m. pOon.oNOLpoo.oo.
........ free from the of Ikes of all
Rods Recta
Outdoor Sunday, Sept. 13 county judges and fishing license
Camping agents, or by mall from the Game
Equipment 12:37: a.m. 7:10: a.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. and Fresh Water Fish Commissioned I I -

1:25: p.m. 8:01: p.m. Phone 261.4586 __ _u ____ __ I

FIRESTONE Monday, Sept. li delay In determining a chomp-
BEACH SUPPLY Rowland's ion In Call than and after "l>< ra"

til Atlantic AT. ltl-4412 1:29: a.m. 8:03: a.m. we Imagine the weather will be1 Ion
J 2:21: p.m. 8:59: p.m. UPHOLSTERY cold by the lime things dry out and i j
DO YOU NEED the game would still be postponed I Ihl''dU.O '

How Much Will Your Tuesday, Sept. 15 NEW LOU RINI.S OH KEI'AIR ( of snow on the ground ,
10 \ Anyway
j, 2:27: a.m. 9:01: a.m. 11'KM 11 HENtW save i
SOCIAL SECURITY OK team, will be on 1 the night. shift now
3:23: p.m. 9:56: p.m. SKAI; t'ovLnaaul : and could nut play :, Wrap yourself in wall to wall ...
Jfoy You or Your Family! VOLa .. warmth
Wednesday, Sept. 16 Al'10FREE tt I ...
GULF LIFE'S Planned ESTIMATESWe Season football tickets are still') 'I

,, Security AnalyiJi will 4:22 3:30:: p.m.a.m. 10:50 9:50:: p.m.n.m. Pick Up: and Deliver on opening sale/ lame and next Get Friday yours now Is the If (414? -t with Standard Heating Oil !

help guarantee the*. Thursday, Sept. 17 Porter & LovequistGeneral you haven't already bought a hand- (
( Social Security Benefits ful. \

t 4:31: a.m. 10:53: a.m. Contractors fir t. I Itt ) Warm rooms and hallways
floors, walls and
May We Serve Yout 5:15: p.m. 11:40: p.m. SPECIALTIES Some fast work will have to take corners. .
t, \ Wall to wall) You can enjoy this! kind of healthful
UOODWOKKIMfPLASTIC I place if the fence which was blown comfort all

'4' [JAMES F. (Jim ) Friday, Sept. 18 SI;KFACINRCL8TOM down by Dora" Is replaced 0, winter long with a well-built house that's supplied with
BL'ILTCABJNKTS: around the Hall Park Most Standard
5:25 11:44 City Heating Oil. Odotkti.( Cican
: a.m. : p.m. KITCHEN AND BATH -burrtiup\; Standard
RYLANTI' of the fellows that worked each
6:02: p.m. REMODELINGComplete I \ Heating Oil coats no more gives mod/ for your 11Io"flll
O. Box 89 afternoon after their regular Jobs 1
Phone Hds Counm ShowroomFor were done are still around town Call your Standard Oil Man today!
261-3813 (:Mil *j Oodu ...",.., Color Coordination so ma>bo we con all he recruited l .

Gulf Life Ins. Co. Phone 261.3068 again to get the fence back in shape a e.r'

!be'lore tile first football' game next
,
Friday night The high wind got STANDARD]
both dugouts: also but It did nut I t' M1

FUN IN THE SUN lr-J the blow baseball any of the diamond bleachers and around attach 1t r g 5iJiX I We tale better care of your comfort

I horn to the eosins end of the
AT FERNANDINA BEACH
same ol tinris.In .
H. F. STONE
FISHING BOATING JR.
Agent
SWIMMING
Honda every Ixut must carry ,

i one approved! life saving device for t, .Fernandina
GOLFLNG AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN" Beach Florida
each p&nscngcr plus a paddle, a srAaoAaooxeoarauretrsnxRA i \
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II :News-Lomlcr, Fernandmn_ .Bench, Florida_=_Thundnv. SoptPm'ier' 10, 1961!) "" Pane Nine
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1 II cure more coop 11'1. Shall I coin a lonshlp and should 'mud( iiboul nnd lonely sipping lea with their '
.flelus I clique? Where (here's a Will the money bit If th< \ innv the lot You' have my permission"ft'

there a ways: Okay I apuloglre! mans company If n't t dun t date give them my name and address,
I thecchec" for the pun again How can tlu\ In entail should they want to argue the
thai a man knows\ ihoiil. / their !'qmstlnn' or otherwise
.1' MF.III'lmOl.. money? 1 have yet in MI mo' go- i I SINCERE JOE':
I : around waving nnHnilalHtalement j MFFD HELP OA: PHOB.
i Center Dear Helen:: I ve Just been told log i
I have diabetes, Please tell met Some nun hive mimcy I LFMT: Write to Helen Alpert,
about the life-saving symbol pen. loo Finally let me sly (hat a \atliinnl Senior Center Lehlah
w KY | pie carry, for t'm'ral'nc'I'I, woman should be h"I'1I" i on n dale Acres, Florida 33916: Please senda
g GEORGE I It I no that a man cnn he> Inmsiir( stumped self-addressed envelope .

- SVNDY: 1)ES\MRO: t I Dear George! You wear II on I Unless these mum'v worry women Or write to this newspaper
I your wrist nwk, or In your walIH give up the Idea that nil men arc Ask for the free list of booklets
TlllKsDiY. : out for (heir money tluv are de sint with the compliments of this
brut 10th. Lutheran Church Sirs lu In the! t The symbol means) "Look for
Playschool In the Games lion> Auditorium at 11.00 am. : I medical I Information that ran protect I stoned! lo upend their li\is alone column

11.30-11:30: I.m" Carolyn Vivian, Lutheran Chnnh Fellowship life." It was devised by the
do. Adult Leader, Luncheon' In the Auditorium, 12.00 i American Medical
Home Demonstration Moc'iiu in to 2 Oil I psi.MONII.tY Write In them at 5t1 A..m'llIu"n'l

the Conference Room at 10,on ,..nJlri Sept Nth I I Street, Chicago, .
I BUY 4k
Harrison, County Agent. Senior Citizens Executive Mat.! I
Adult lei untie* in too' Art log In the Conference Room at I,1 I 1I10 .:\'..WO"S': "
Room at 330: p.m., !Hank Sides 4 00 p.m.teialnica. 1 lby
Instructor )Dear Madam: It's dlRRUHliiiK/ tu I LIGHT BULBSfrom I1
((11.111 I ) In the Art (
Senior Clllzcni Club In the Lou.Irrence Dorm at 3:30: p.m.. Hank Side'iInntiuitur read ahout women who think all 'I w ui
Room at 7:30: p.ni. I men are out (for their money, From' A LION !
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my personal survey I have concluded ,
FRIDAY.Five Points Sept. llth. Adult & Teen Ceramics In theArt H1KRIFF: II. J. mi.NGKLOOl:< ) and deputies!! are shown destn> 'me a Mill just off I that 1 most I Io these I womini
Baptist Church !Sup. Room at 7:15: p.m., Hunk HiKhttR200) ) about 2 mile West of "'ulee ,, : : I
morninu
|per In the Auditorium at 7:00:( pm Sides Instructor on TutsHn! : \n accidental fire, are. _luuely_, mid a man's conipun-I
Sub-Teen Club In the Game Historical Snciitv Meeting In the apparently started by a gas" cylinder! at the !>it ill, hrotiKht t th Forest! Semite firefighters -- -

Room at 7:13: pm. Game Room at 8 00 p m. who discovered:" the still Ihe t two J;>00 gallon \nts! w re full. Left to right i

Bridal Shower In the Conlircnce Island Square Club In Urn Audi- Sheriff YounKbliM/: nnd Deputies! 'olun Sikes, Jim Sawjernnd (;aorjce Courson. (,hiefDrputv I

Room al 7:30: p.mSATIRDIY Hum at 8.00 p,m. Emory Walker was also at the !scene. rhto by T 11 King
Srpl 12th: TIESDU. !Sept. 15thPla8chool :; .

Ceramics Pouring ClaMs In the (, l In the Game Room 'Ie" Room lit 8:00 p,m. Need A Good Salesman?
Art Room from 1'00 to 5.00 p,m.. from 9::30 through 11:30: a,m Curo. WEDNESDAY: Sipt.) J61h. I
Hank Sidri Instructor Ijn \l/carrondii. Adult Lender Cemetery Association Meeting In
Teen Club In the Game Room lit Pointing ,For Leisure In theAit the Conlerinie( Itoom il 4 00 p,m? \\fim\if\ I I II

p.m.SUNDAY: Room lit 7:15: p,mHnrl Mil, Nancy Seibeil, President
:: Sept. J3lh >ii sliopHr) In the Confer- (iramles 1121-1)) in oho Art I

-----_- .. .. He-cm at 3,30 p.m", Hank Sides, os Good salesmen are so hard to come by that many a
Instructor ..r&t
I
,, Adult Ceiamlcs In the Art ,t retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to

Room at 715: p.m., Hunk Sides, I I flue>wo
When It Comes To Solving I.q..r.ny.. I II rub when he needed more help to sell merchandise.It .

1IIIKSDAV, Sipt. mho
'. I'hyscliuol In the Como Room I
MONEY PROBLEMS !"l JO llnoiiKli 11:30 ,
: am Carolyn
lieiirromlo, Adult Leader would also be nice if the lamp produced a sales


.. G.A.C. Has The ''Answers 'Room Adult at Ceramics 3JO: p,m.In, Hank the Sides Alt, I I, HOW TO GET PAKT-TIMB JOBS I these ie<'lpe ,bjioks thiy'rp nut man who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make

.. InslruitorI I II I I Deur Helen: I read your eulumn rijtnsiir, by wrlllng to Jean
I I I I II constantly, enjoy it greatly. 1 BOO I\ Gorihn, 2)1) SI. (.1':irxiSt., SIAuxiitlM all the calls necessary, who could see every customer,
that litany people write to you I ', rlirldti !Miss Gordon; I
i All our experience and knowhow are yours : Larry E. CasonCompletes about things tiny make it homo, has won trc'im'mlnuH fame for her every day.

for the asking. Stop in any time. We'll be to sell Or about gelling part-time cxlriirdinary 'lore, virus; liilormatiiin -
glad to help you work out I satisfactory I Basic At money for extra Income You ad.I and retlpis, an "Customs, i

/ solution to your financial difficulties.You I I Great Lakes NTC vised "Tight Pinch" where to Fads and ancles" jammed with
write and I see he got placed very dtlleliius things to eal. She has It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn'tmake

GREAT LAKES ILL, (FHTNC) nicely You also gave Ideas on three books: 'Rose Recipe'J,
Larry E. Cason 17, ion of Mrs ': gUt shopi I'm an ex-bookkeeper, "or 111 lie Reelpes") "Coffee Re. I mistakes, who always told the correct sales story,
will find our money service r V'ilec Ilickox. of Route 1, Bonnie-1 I' plenty rusty I suppose, but I'd ciiis.: All rood Editors: literally

quick and convenient, too r n\ view Road, recently completed like to get back Into some work. I rut up these amazing books Ai ,I who found interested customers on short notice, and
I basic training at the Naval Train. Any good ideal for me? I one editor said.: 'If you're lookingfor

Ing Center Great Lakes III ROBERTADear a new tiute thrill" here you sold merchandise.

The nlnc.ucek training Includes Roberta: The big trouble I art! I

$600 naval orientation, history and or. I Iganlzallon with most people and I don'I mean ,I
leans up I to RHLIMITISMDinr I
seamanship, ordnanceand I you personally, Is that they Itch !,
) Helen Alpeit;: I suffer If the merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman
gunner/ military drill first to get to work or get back to ,

G.A.C. FINANCE: aid and sun IvalI 'work, but forget to use their bin Pram i... klit Rheumatism have you a into the home into the living
I During (the training recruits r?. brains, first. Long ago you wouldn on trotting! or hilping peon who could go right right
plo lik) meT Many (hanks.
: ales lekis and Inten 11'11'1l'hll'h dare ahow up for a Job and !toll I
CORPORATION I I
K:. W I and talk the housewife and tell the of
to
room story
detcimine their fiturc assignments the employer! "I'm pli'ntv riisty"So ,
I hear l-rlinil: Retch for a i-
AMOUNT 'AYMeNTS roe In the !Saw, Upon completing! the why do we do It now? Those
mil hUmn and write to Frances
I YOU GIT 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTHS program tlev arc siiiu'd( to ser. with skills should polish them up, his merchandise.And .
It Viji', I'n" [('"sslnniil Infiirmulliinhiriim.
506 3 5.47 S 7.55 vice' relmols for technical training go with confidence und not upolii.Kirs
S 7500 S '
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to and btntlims\ for the- unroll their ablllfln. and
or ships on-I
16000 S 949 1079 11.67 16.1 I i4blh tOlr"'I.I New fork 36, !N. Y.
Job framing In a Navy rating GET fir Job. \ itplendld new]
spe.
42.5 00 2486 2835 3069 42,50 1'llIlly. hoik In "A Woman's Guide to1 They hue a fine booklet un the that salesman would work at a low wage. That
59.35. use iif riruiilive uilivilv.
60000 34.39 39.34 4266
Rasa| (raining produces the pow. :I Part-lime Jobs" by Joseph I II.
seems impossible but it would be a big factor. He would
Cooper, II'. now available an ,
Atlantic Avenue rr in senpowrr by supplying; per. III; WIlls "IU.S, UIIIS!
308 sonnet< In man Ihe ships plants and paperback Issued by Dolphin Occur 'lilcn: : We wrote to you
rornandtnahash, Florida shore bluliong of today s Navy I I ICliisKiliid Hooks It outlines "Where und over a couple if weeks II usklnx never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, al

:... How to Find the Job that's Kiithl for your free booklet on Hills We
Telephone 261 3681OIBo nihertlsinx dollar volume for Vou" It points up the Instant wrote ID you once bifure on some ways say just what his employer wanted him to say.

\ Nauru Dolly t.S; WdniiJoy I Saturday .,1 11 dilal $8bO million In 13, I help you can gel free of charge thing else, and you replied prompt.
ALSO MVI CONVINIINT OFFICES, IN JACKSONVILLE ueeoriling! tu the Bureau of Adver1Using from your Stale Employment Of. ly Is Ihe delay this time caused
I ,I ITKERMOLAIRE fleet and where they are. If I by the fuel Unit yearn swamped I I Impossible Even Aladdin's genie couldn't produce
sound as If I commend this book with recjtiists Just I asking.

I I to you I am! I do! IImmmr AM J FRIENDS, that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman
Dear lleibirt and Hiinrtit' und
FAST HUP 0\ LOW COSTS 1 F.vrrybuuYI011: guissid It! Requests .
Dear Helen Bind comes only in air I castles. and I
: Kindly your In far beyond newspapers. !
poured my
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free list of booklets in Ohio I'nl'loa.l< expi'elilinns und almost up In the

I rd stamped envelope and nuiny j ceiling: As a puhlii Hirvlie, you
.IDN16fIf/N711l thanks Can you send me full information remembnr, a bunk hid provldid Read back. There nothing there that newspaper
; I on low-cost rentals for me wllh a booklit "The Inside

one retire senior In citizen another as ilx I plan month to I I disappeared Story of' Your almost Hill" My overnight.supply I II advertising can't do for a retail store. It is the super

Prices of apartments, costs of llvIng Now,Ihe bank supply Is exhaust
salesman the dream salesman the perfect salesman.All
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etc CALIFORNH ,
ed, Ino I am trvln'J i t In nil Until

:. I ccmpjre Dear California conn 'In :variiiun To help citlcn you, I -'Ill" and I gel I hope mm you on where will Inn I ran- un.obtain .:I that is needed to put him to work is call a represen

am sending Ircj booklet!
you my HIIIIC mure und MIllIE; book.
; How Much 10< Live?" But to din- let for you readers. ; tative of this newspaper at 2613686.

cover all petrel In the several You lii.iv nav nta1 should have
I cities you mention\ let me urge been prepared for thin avulanehr'

you lo study each city's newspapers of re<|iiists, ,Mlir all, It huppcnsd Covering The Fernandina Beach Trading Area
I .. .l' I it ,i I mid this before, I I'm tar twice on ,11..1'. ullirn, : and I should
ling It now, and I will continue to I have known hiltir. II happened
0GET say 'II, you will learn more from with Ihe boiiktit on homemaker '

8 newspaper; and Its advertisement Services: and un the pumphlet. I FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERPHONE
I than I could possible write! "In lan& Retirement" (And lo

; READY 0\ MY WAY till the truth, It also happened
with Ihe "Health DUry" I de- I
Dear Miss Alpert: Please lend xrlbid.) In each case I had to I
of desirable senior lI 261.3686 261-3687
me names or
,
: hustle up thousands of additional
communities In Arlmnj I'lioe '
mar
NOW! ceplea lit meet the reifuesln, For. ,
nix and Tuscan: also H lew near _I .
Jive the delay I am trying to pro.
Clm.'iKo!! nortlurn Illinois or Indiana
or southern Wisconsin
Miss W
WITH A l II> ir, Miss >V'.t If I carried film'' .
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1 4 like this Ihey'as have lo In 111hiidi

m the Washington Munt'ininl
:i und stretching from her lo I'urlu- :
r ;I as =; gal I'm happy toell you what I
'tJ
know cil a specific plash" when
GAS HEATER you ask me. Perhaps mlilmU of I
those' arms might write lo UM, In ,
help Miss W? '
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KOMI. ROSE: Illl' SOU'

f. BEAUTY Dour Hele-n I love lo inertain: I r' a
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>, and I'm an excellent tmk, I live SERVICE YOU YOU NAME IT,

CONSTRUCTION alune I found (llmt the nicest WilY IT
WE DO
O CAN COUNT ON .
to fight! : loneliness It In have pI'O.
pie over: I have a comfy. house. I '
From filling er up to a Our exjxit, experiencedmedmmts
pretty dishes silver ill Maybe DEPENDABLE SAFE SURE!
complete car check and cheek your
'my problem: Is nut In your line
but now I would love lo serve un. overhaul, e CUlt for When it come: to <'lIr' sate car thoroughly" make
This Beautiful ..or I let input
Heater Can Be Yours your at mod.service .
repair right,
usual I:ling! t t'l cat Really dif I :
fart und! xervidnjr it to
< right.Stop !, pityn car'ri
I firent. 1 have plenty of coek, I your wheels in orate (most
For Less Than You Think books but can yuu mirprise me I come to UK. From, minor perfect alignment .

and my friends with somi InlrlKuinx repair to u complete; .
new Ideal PS I'll sincl ( herewith Reliable, !Service I Drive i I inV
f overhaul
you slime. to eit' I I.II\e. I ease
O for fast
/ All Work Guarantied
Check Our New IWJJU We Do The Job KMtAutomatic I :Q
Good Dear Dora: That' a barKuin': A z and( loCO .... Ir1- "enlre!
How would you like Turkish Kurt =1 d
= Low Cost Kisses. or rote petal' Jam, or royal Transmission Repairs
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rum hip soup, or rose blossom
HousekeepingGas Ira llnw would you like "fniini-'
Gas Tank ,'d"* rnffee? Or drlittabli:\ rrclpes LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYPhone

made from oranges, like orange I

; YULEE. FLA. & Appliance Co. Plan a blimkiim rust garden honey?you If can you don easily'I have,boy''I !, 261.3812 Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8th Str..tfrom

the ruse products lour kitchen
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JUNIOR'S Imlrtmltp"'R'tttrt't"?' t J'tpm tug ltmt! lr(, I
SAVE $1.00 :' EiI iil! iil ;lijfEjiliitc l'' lil rttmmntf liCl(1IfIIIi! ( !!! ,
ESSAYAbout ti:
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HORMEL
BONELESS
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tbs MOM or 'G w, ( !
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The mean li a Inns way off and Pork Shoulder
It has been right where It In now _
for a long time The moon I U ,up.<
posed to be round but It dOI'+n't
always kok round That I b bl' + a t ? ,
.I''
I'IU" the m"st of it la Iwsrmrlhing
e'se' When you east
ee the mono. It hint I cone away Pticnic
It l In Junt out of night and M
gets that way. every month? I
When .the moon gel out. <>flight
the nights get pretty dark J ?
y naul'rEni!! ,
and you e n I hardly tee whore
'1Y ,
to go without a flashlight IT you
have an automobile and Wilt togo $ 98
somewhere at night, It doeinl tAE Regular
V' .
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make much difference! whether you r La.l IWiIfUIiIi: llllltpiIiN114tIl{ IrJllCltlllillahIlkIiHtiftl111iiNlalliI{ !! { IaI1G r

have a flashlight or not you ,., t $2.98 CAN 'ft' ,
J'lit turn on your headlights and QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .
try how you where to go that PRICES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 12TH ,
li If you know where! you are go. W-D BRAND JIS! 'a"r "*? '" WINN 01Ia.TOaaR INC COrYNIONT INa
lig A lot or people don't t ever
know where they are going.
I have been reading a lot about Roast 48 FANCY SWEET -
the moon and abut some smart
men who call thpmno'ves selcnIIMs.
and they think .that tame.- 100 FREE STAMPS WITH COUPON NO '47 W-D FRESH SEEDLESS JUICY '" ,

time we will be able to walk 1
wound on the moon They haven) 111 ,
WHITEGrapes :
Ground Beef
figured out exactly: how tl) gel 5 $195 '
there, but they till ere trying. '
You might have to have a tittle W-D BRAND ROUND BONE SHOULDERShlder '
lead In your shoes to hilid,f)U
down became! ..onwthlnthey...,.&I''< __ ;
'
gravity, doesn't pull as hard f on Roast 58 J
tie moon at It doei on the! earth /
ar
It seems to me like It pulll rll.t 1 ,:

hard because! It pulls the water! PINKY PIG REG. 49* LB. _" '.... .-..... .... 7
of our oceans and makes what '. ,I.;
they call tides, flood and neap addib
and maybe some other tilings Wieners ", 39 11
.
Sometimes 4he wind helps, ,U* ?N J1 ;
tides too, but the'Ind d en'l 2 29
SAVE ]0t ONSauer iJ -
pull It pushes .4 w' ,',:'
I don't know why l everybody'I li
trying no hard and spending so "
such money to gel to Ute JDOBH Kraut 2a1; ; FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM I )
2=*they can't be first anyhow be. : : !

..cause- there has been one jntn ontfie COPELAND HEAT 'N SERVE B"-EAk.FAST'LiNKS"- '.. i' Corn 10 EARS ,59': }
-' moon as long as everybody .
:Jan remember. You.ell even ipe .
skis face sometimes. 2I' SWEET AND JUICY BARTLETT '

.::: A long time ago, somebddyommltlcd Sausage. PKG.. 53 ,; :I.

.., a murder In the mid. Pears . 2 LS. 39x .
" :fle of the night, and the only one .
".who saw It\ was an old Negro man, u. S. NO 1 GEORGIA REDSPotatoes ..
:'0 they got him te be a witness. : : r

*:>: 'hen they! tried the murderer.la Sausage. .3 ;:1d; $1 GREEN 4 U 49x
; h
the court. The Judge talked I BU STAMPS :
tie bit and the lawyers talked a
U, S. NO. I YELLOW "'"
::);rhule lot Whan they goterrs ?
.-talking, one of the lawyers aikadthe
old Negro man bow far ha was Onions. 5 39* U ;
:sway when the crime was commilled Whiting Fish lL 15 ; -- ;

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And he said, "About as
!
Tar is I ran throw a rock" And
41io lawyer mid, "In the ,middle .. ,
-of the night?" And the old man mull I i ::
i
:-amid, "Yes sir," And the lawyer .':" i i f.1f ,1
."."said "How fur do you'think you : i i i i' I lKn yt s ,
N'
". enn see, In the middle of ,the/ .. 1
: might" The old Negro mail said \
-fee didn't knrw exacty.. ,The IfP v 1 I V/n J 1 ,: / DANCING '"' s 4dre'w
":turned to the judge and ild..''..... "-I I It
judge, how fir Is It to the moanj"FOODF01SONINCJ' I
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fe;i FLOUR | CRISCO I COFFEE j TOMATOES ; BUNS | MAYONNAISE '


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BI' .
THRIFTY MAID YCPeaches ',"
PINEBREEZE GRADE" "A" -
EXTRA FRESH FLA. MEDIUM ,

J'Jl GREEN STAMPS 4 'No-1'I' CANSs'
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.M nut into N.NwNy .

A'ern,,"I'_, :I Yo hlllr"l,:,ocelot:::.,Itll d Ma'JcI: :;, + ON' ..c ::'UVOHN'ON EGGS ARGO PINEAPPLE ,"0
1'1""". H"heal A'IOCI'to".., j( Cake N 89- Z Doz. 89 .


t I' w STILL OCCURS{,.'.) .. I :;Ls; .:::+:.... :r.t':: ': .. .ry t. ,...,,!('J, ,'.....: ...., ,.'4.. ',f If!ti 1,!,: i? :: ". a A ..!p,''e"I;;"I juice I I{3} A.OI.CANS s 1.

.-Many people are still being'; : -kw1 t1..o'BE ) y '. .t l''{ ;1.i 1A"'':..' \. P. ''fiiRI :MA :,,I 1 :_ r ,
RY HILL .1 1. '
pcmoni'cl by bacteria In, food EXTRA STRA ."" 1 '
However, the bacteria an not t' f ; X! RA ,': Corned Beef2. 39
coaled usually with the ptomaine decomposed type Mid'food d'x rn.1rvr" GREEN wWNw STAMPS, a Jlb? STAMPS.. .1 tserriesl5 i P os: $100 1 II CAN : '

of winch people have often ON HUrraOs elv.l:, ; v MORTON ALL FLAVORS CREAM N STAR KIST LT MEAT "e

cumpluined'I'he\ two \town in former types yneraw of bac. ( GOOD Steab TH.u ...s....... 69- 'Jl Pies :. 2FCly79'HIACRES ..
: a.w.a.w.'t
the term arc salinniulli which I the: staphylococcus came,\ !The food group pouonIIIK and of-( '"- AT AHY WINH qM.I4a7TN Oaos nlNr ORAN"GE Chunk. Tuna 3 vi CANS 89 "

bailTij known stupliylucoc 6 DEEP SOUTH PEANUTP'nut H'I
-az
ci 1. thrive at room temperature EXTR" Juice : ,?' 4 Con; 99' r

meats In )certain ami custard foods, or enpcLiiilly cream d71,",GREEt'LSTAM s 'I EXTRA.dry!,GREENSTAMPS ASTOR t GREEN SJ** Butter 79x :
pantries I linen from "
eating
food:I containing: ,: such bacteriauiiullv .u1A1tDr '-z$1
tf eHeryet/oioEronbo 1 Ho Pens 5
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5 ? I WHITE OR BLUE ARROW ,
\ uppcari I within two to ,( /.y Pkgs. If
four: hour with trauma, vomit. 4 Bit.. .t a1901 +' }sBO v.'D'I"
tug diarrhea and I' t I GOOD TNNCNl.. IITN ,, ASTOR LEAF OR CHOPPED
< J
crimps .rOf. GOOD TNng..rTlNaln lIT" Detergent: GT BOX 48 4
Irat iOIl. Such illneis is seldom IT WI...4M._ 44 "" J I .1 J Spinach r'NY ,
fatal and the acute symptoms AT ANe WlNN HnII SK'T] T /.'
.last, only a few hours KLEENEX TWIN PACK 4< OFF ......:;*:... "... I IE ...


.ii contaminated animal unually The salmonella iprrid wastci.( with hy organisms Often eating human mean food art or d7l a art'GREE IIYW/a NO SNT R/AyMPS 1 + I EJ,,, xT M / ... MI ASTOR Broccoli CHOPPED OR SPEARS 5 }SS:, $1] Towels I .' .' 3 TWIN' PKGS. $1 I I"_ I

become ova aouno
contaminated during TAmoe sLlclD .CNAeno, e'ANILY LIBBY CREAM OR CUT ASTOR
ihuRhtcniiK while ether foods ,0.0
: are often infected l by improper B lo n 59+ Creme. + I0z. $100

because liandliiiK of during contamination preparaliao.with or N .000ITNNO.I Trela IaTN I''Y L + / a N. TN Corn ? f 5 Pkgs.DIX1ANA Shortening 3 CLN: 58; : .

....tlu waitei of rodents or home- en r401 Aim wvwwa" It WHOLE BABY n
hold pen Dial there Is not CRACKIN' GOOD
LEMON VANILLA, CHOCOLATESandwiches
: more IIl'klleil caused by food Okra .. 10-oz.
m 5 $100 1
EXT''
pouomnii germs i. due to the A, EXTR t pkgs.
fact Hut 4hr.t bacteria can be dhf GRt1EN AMPS 41.
.. billet I hy thorough cooking, 1 +N IiW WAN W, N W w J'JL NaN GREEN IM..N1, .STAMPS MORTON APPLE DANISH' COFFEE

-poLH and..ihihtv mont of food infection carrying have the t. '.ALZTTO .' HJ t' ril' .11 ti ing" lo Pkg.69' DIXIE DARLING r
: ro"k ed. Salad.Y .

eonninta Prevention t I of F-otectinR of food trod liotanhig from ,, ,, nos. rNnu .orpau IsrN 1a k .oo.TanuPier, morn tans MORTON HONEY .. ( sw"" Pound CakerbltJii 12 og, PKG.IT "

ConUuiinatiuu l mood INr waNelm ,. "s i Bun t .
>y handlers It INY wN 29
and by ? Pkg. "' ??! ?? .
"proper refrigeration and : ;: ptntm; I IL
thorough cooking Moat A SAVE ..
out. p ,
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break of food pononinf. an die I Eltiia .It =
to carelciitncM after the food jipurchatnl :
while', it in kept In
the kitchen or atoreroou or
while it l 14 lying prepared for
serving, A clean lutebta. iubc.lionfree
handlers I and airauat.) ;
refrigeration help I safeguard

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DOWNSTAIRS Redecorated Uiifur. PUBLIC NOTICEIN PUBLIC NOTICE Too Late (
ANT AD RATES Dished apartment 131 So. 8th St I
!: CWCIIT COURT' *01'MTU
TUB
NOTICE: Or MARSHAL I IAIE
Phone tic
2818!
i per. word .71 minimum JUDICIAL rlRCIIT or ILORIOA IMIU tTITFS Of' AM: til: II AMIDDIK To ClassifyBY BiRDS
14 of Manta anNSUw IN AND POM "NASSAU COINTV.: mstHKT Or FLORIDA .
UPPER OCEANFRONT, two bed. IN CHANCERY CASE NO Ulil ut! ,
.III flaallar. N....*. IN KB:, SJ.I.ClY-J r offLORIP
furnished Spa. RUSSELL KAYIt r
room apartment AD(11'TION OPt I
[ per word '1.00 minimum clous, attractive, Yearly rates, aoY JERNItAN and OEORGB A' Public notice It hereby given thatby a
211.UiA1 or Z61. 1i81 TON JERNIilAV: .. Jl, minor chil virtue of writ 'of Summary of[ ii difficult to write an nielli.(
1631 S. Fletcher Ave Slip area ky aria: H. SCHILZ Final Decree, dated June IT, ADItH4
| tr plaet ad at attire NOTICe: lanued out 0the District. Court, gent (lo'umn' for I mall service

UNFURNISHED, NEWLY DECOR. lit THE NAME Ot THE; STATE OF of the United States for the Mlddltttlitrlct that ulll not be published for .cvpral I LONG, DEEPLY
uf Florida judgment
All Ash t..1 on s
ATED apartments for rent Call TO FLORIDA Genrie! Alton Jemlfan rendered In Hid Court, on the 17th ,days after It Is rdriawlRluht p fORKEDa5iVALLON"A

261.3377. Ire :!:loa Remont Road day The United uf June A D. 11HJ4, In favor and ol now for example I am up 7kKREDOr1X- "FFIINPf'PAI17'J
States of America
FOR SALE Charlotte. North Carolina aialnit C. L. Redden Admlnldratm to n v ears In the Democratic conveniii ., Ah'D

FURNISHED BLACK!; APART. I You are hereby notified' that a petition 1 nave. on this inn day of August, n but by the time this reach.
for adoption hn bean filed In lh* A D1M4, levied the following 8U- :;ICK 8A"K r
ment by week, month or year oovt styled::: Court by .U.' H. Sohuli Jcicribed real estate upon and personal : n print the political orgy will ,
DDGE POLARIS
900, R & H, I 86 So, Fletcher. Phone 261. ] for the adoption of Joy Jernlgan. a ) situated In the County 01 wer We will know who the vice I. WNG4DENr'fY e5rzE

jier Steering, $1650, Call 261. 50.18tfc mlrur white female child, and Ieerie Nassau and State nf riorlda, to wit I presidential candidate\ will be, TIM WAUOW'
S3 iOn l I Alton I JernUjin. Jr, a minor white Real property situate la I the" Townof .
I mal child, and you are com C.Dalian, riunty ol Naaavu, State I MINsbippI and Alnhnmn tit\ 'If antes I II 61t INtNESar

AND INCOME FURNISHED COTTAGE, 3 rooms 1 mandtd to b* and appear In cold of Florida, described si folio*n. did ,nd whit happened at PeeilMesla
PROPERTY Court to show cause why said petition Part ol Section M, Township I I .1
to super stores, double lot, and bath Electrically equipped should not b* (raffled and you are North, Range 19 East, more particularly s parties.

So. 5th St. tic Lone Oaks 2615066. ICe written Commanded deteneei to .serve. and* copy objection/ of your on at described toe Southwest u fallow ewlCc: ?as.5lnnlnf of. I Alter all the fireworks are overt"I II 4S'

the Attorney fir Petitioner. Thoe J. the tenectlon ol Booth street I dnubt If there will be much' f
T SHRIMP BOAT, equipped 2 BEDROOM COMPLETELY fur.alsncd Shave: Jr Jeffrey Building, ftmandtna and Well. Street (formerly known I change In the sltuotlrn Nn more e r
i out-rigger and net. Bargain oceanfront apartment 46 aeoch t riorlda. and die the onglnal aa Mahoney. Street* and Cram Bald
thereof In the office of tu paint nf beginning run In a Southerly I than after the San Francisco con.
nvUle 765-4935 tfcPREgTlROOM So JletcherAve. Phone 261.3211,1 Clerk of the Circuit I Court of NaxauCounty A fOUNDINOhENCOUNJRYfflOfR4AD5DSAi4
direction alorrf the Westerly vcntlon. We wl'l still have to rhno tic lorlda, at Ftrnundlna Iln.1 lloundary o< Walls SlnMl for Idutnnce Johnson and Goldwater I (! 1fQ S t'xff THKUOUT't.OlIPA' LARGE
HOUSE 24, Florida. en or before the tilt of 130 eel; thence run In RQAD5DEhIE"
North Yulee Would I September, 19M, otherwise I a decree a Westerly direction and and there will still be picket lines, FlOCKS JF'rftVSUN PERCNDOV
.
con. Alexander Apt. may b* entered again you (rantingsaid with\ llonthe Street, for a distance:f strikes dcm.onilratlons 1 TELPrONfWRB5S5KfMLowOVER7NEGROUND
small place! Inu1ep ore FURNISHED BEACH APTS., In. adoption of 200 feet; thence run In s NT'herly juvenile delinquency,

-In. John S Campbell RtTulee eludes hot water $60 month year WITNESS my h.nd a Clerk 0' laid direction and paralltd to Wells Americans will cnnllnue OZ. WAre CAfTUMS fiYINffSWALLOW
Circuit Court 0' Nana County, Flnr. Street fur a diHtanre of 130 feetto to die In Viet Nam, the United INGk'CT FOOl) J.ACI'FI/I. f / './ /lr9ARtt
| Slip rouud Phone 261-4323. Apply Apt Ida, md the neat of sold Court at Fur the Southerly boundary of Booth Grcl'l'p'' t
1. tic nandlna Beach Naaiau ounlv, I',lor. Street: thence. run In an latterly. Nil Ions will still be brrke, ,
( BEDROOM FRAME home Ida. on the luth day of Augiut A. D. direction along the Southerly: boundary and Turkey will still be at etch'

Karaite 100 X 165 lot. Be. 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED: a- 111M.(SEAL) /./ D O OXLEY 100 of feet lloothe to Street the point for I of dlitanrsof .begin others throats over Cyprus. Castro

Drive.In Theatre, Phone partmcnl, oceanfront, year round. Clerk Circuit Court. ring; said property being 5 pirt of will still be Papa Bear In Cuba, .
63. Slip Naiiuu County, Florida Lit, 015 001) block Three (191 of the the Congo will still be 'tolling us
.
Call 261.4174. tic 41 IM, <'/. 11 10 Biothe Survey aa shorn and recorded
1:8 T pick" ---- In Pint Book I. page ID, of ren'thing& Is coming up roties The FLO HI PA GAME ANt fRtSN WATER F15J/ COMMtSSlCft
:
25c
QUART you the public records of Nassau Coon'to '
TWO BEDROOM UPSTAIRS fur- II p.nlagon111 still be assuring usIhil
k-cnds only W. J. Lehman PUBLIC NOTICE Florida: : and. laid property aim
Dished apartment on beach, year bring end comprising all of LotS we are stronger! than Ajnx
ilia City. 261.-Sa89.< tfc round rental 537 No Fletcher IV THE CIRCUIT COURT. lOlltTH ( ):, and part of Ixta Five (tat) and Politicians will froth at the mouth I
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA elx (rot> and Seven ((71, Block"
*NTIC AVENUE Let size Phone 261-3593 ICe IN AND FOR .NASSAU. COUNTY" Twelve f 111), according to the Dan. and call each other douhle-dyed 4
100. Liberal terms I IN CHANCERY CASE NO, JI7S cy Survey of the Town of Calla. liars and the merchants will be reminding .
? ROBERT THEODORE DEESF.PUIntUI. h.in EXCEPTING from all of the sot
BEACH RENTALS. Low winter that there
only
TIC HIGHLANDS six rest cbovs rlprcrlbed property that part us are I

toll, each lot 134 x 136''). rates Several to choose from. ... thereof conveyed, by K. A Ogilvte. many days before Christmas I :
For further Information, Call W NETTIE H. DEE6E, and Wll.le Mne Ogllvie, his wife. ,
non.r Defendant. to the State of Florida by deed The Beatles will still be extract. L B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO

: Mlzell, 200 Law Ex. I. McCranle 261-4642. tic NOTICE OF SLIT doted November 6, 1U3S. recorded lug wild squeals' from teen.a Kid ,

1 Bld|., THE STATE OF FLORIDATO November !R, ID3B''on: Deed UII"' admirers DcGaulle will still be II'
M6 Mi7, the
FURNISHED! HOUSE FOR RENT, ; NETTLE R. DEE8I 87, preen
Dvlll", Fla, Telephone I RESIDENCE UNKNOWN: of widening Wells Street (State. Icoklng down his nose at the rest
.
ttcC ,', Atlantic Ave. across from Key. You are hereby notified that a suit Road Mo. 13)): of the world and dreaming of M
More Hotel 25J4689MISCELLANEOUS. Ire ha* been filed aulntt you In the I Together with all and singular the pow.ier.
above entitled caune. and that you tenements. hereditament and anpurtenances France as a dominant world
LARGE LOTS for .1:.. -- are hereby required to ta'.c your aniwer thereunto belonging or Kruschcv will be Issuing threats I .... '

tries. One quarter mil' with' the Clark of and anywlM appertaining fAIR
to >*rv* a copy thereof upon thePlaintiff ,, A'.0. the follow Ing personal.properRubber and warnings one day and makln.1 n
of Flog PoInU Amtltotfc
i on or Plaintiff. Attorney, whua .t : peace overtures the next
I
IU lel.& 21 name and iddreu I I.: 5 Bath Mats a1111'1111 continue to sell
U Hedi railed CONDITIONING-HEATING
II: iiW SANDY KOUFAX WILL KEEP CHILDREN by dayor Thomo Att >rnev II at Hall Law it Bed Springs (Dox) trucks and other equipment toy' ....". ,
week Experienced Lirgefenced 11 North fourth Street 39 Mitt..... will continue to I
Cuba Congnltse \
i prop no gears, pure thrush with Ph }'..n.l1'dlna Beech Florida I 14 Dressers I ICE MAKING MACHINERY
!ity Jet outboard engine. yard play gym not later than the and day of October, 14 Mirrors murder mission:irles, Bobby Baker

I In t lecher of water 6 hour S61-39M!) Ire IIH14 14 (oat Ruck will continue to bank Rood, cold i
If you fall to do to, Decree Pro K I SALES SERVICE & INSTALLATIONS
lion Only $119.RS. Dealer NOTICE, WASHING MACHINE Contemn will be entered o( ilmt you 15 Bath loom Mirrors rash. The Met' will continue lot ,

del Invited Phone 261.1083Write and refrigerator repairs Call for the relief demanded In the Cum 29 IS Maltreia lied Spring Pails gulp publicity an the world worst Y' 'oo

t Box 236, Fernandina after 7:30: p.m. to 7;30 a.rtf 225. plaint'1'b.' nalur of said suit Ming for 5(1( DlniOieli baseball liam, Women will Hi'!HI be : ni'(
.h, Fla.ALUM.. I 89 PUInwa arrested for following fnshli,n s He. i ; : .."'" ""
5294 Call during day at Hllllard843385S \ divorces my hand and the aeal of I V DO Coca" .Ola Vending Machine, bneh. .
tic said Court at Jernjndlni Beam, Naaau I Serial No 07UO tales and appearing on our
down; $57 month buys mary Counv. lorlda/ tOt Jl.t day of 1 OAk Chest n In topless bothlng suits JlmmleHoffi I .ra

three bedroom bom*. ALCOHOLICS ANONY Au'zed, 1004. 1 l/nflnlahed, S dr.ner. Chat. will Ifill| be appealing and I r.J'/ '.
LET SEAL,) /,/ D 0 OXLEV: 1 Southern Cross Hid* s Ked I 1f
MOUS kelp with jour drinkIng CIEHK OP CIRCUIT COURT I Central Air Cjnilltlonlng .ad teamsters will still be footing the "

Job* T. rVrmira A Sot problem. Writ Box Sift: Thoma O Hall 14 Healing Traverse Plnntl drones bin Poverty will still he what It I ... '
'
Broker City or Phone Jai El 6-7700 Attoiney for Plaintiff" 14 Travene drape rods has always been Unidentified land. I ..... / '" II
II North Fourth StreetFernandfna .
Iftaiitle A*.. Phone 2S1-KVM llcuch, FlirMn 41 Choir lords will ccntlnue to miss rents ..' ./

CUSTOr.'iM' '! FLOOR SANDING and rtflnlshIng. 4t t>3, 10, 17 and 24 28 28 Lumps Lamp Shades on sub.standard living quarti! "
_
DPatlan Floor tile. Paul E Hanson It Throw RuseSI and contribute In human mferryand 261-4892 L
blinds measured and Phase 2111-41\09. tfc Window Screens hit like
PUBLIC NOTICENOTICF Ihe rlshm crime rate,
n.... Wide\ rune nt colors, 19 Forth MJte
28 Picture Juveniles, political bosses will see 1104 S 8 STREET :
TER IOVEQU1ST Color ] OF APPIICATIOMFOR 17 Porch Stuck Chairs ,
TAX DEED to It that their norms never appear
> 19 Want, P.pe.losk.t.* .
ter. Phone 2.613008.1 HELP WANTEDCURB
: IS Hhltl-BY: IVEN. thatA
NOTICE 14 Night Stands In print and nothing will lie dimeto
holder of the fnl :
o BEDROOM house on RayAd lowing E. Howard certlhcatee the hat filed mid cerllflcnle 6 all RCA Model Vktur' SI 8 Televlilon WIT Seta make than given even token We Service Everything We Sell :

Large lot. Terms arranff- GIRL WANTED day work for lax deed to be blued Serlnl Noe A SJ7J878 Improvements In the slum housing ,

Ph 261-5421. ticUACHUA Monday through Friday ApplyIn thereon veare of The issuance certificate. the descrlntlnn ramberi end of A A-3377'M8 U131.U: A A 137fHK 1378112., they wax fat on

: I person at Freczctle tic the property, and the name In which A 337:0511, A 3J780.4: andA : American tarpayers will continue
THOROUGHBRED I. aufnind are ai follow! .
wu!
33779112 -- -- -
year of laiuanc to be taken for mere: and more,
No W
Certificate I
fPY, male. Call 261-3009 L'(- WANT LUBRICATION MAN, gen. Modern Air Set .

\\t, W. M. Bishop. lie eral garage helper Apply In 1099bviicrlptlon of Property Block 197 Lot I:I Frame 1 Qufcfrer IS Freezer, Serial I and their lens contributions and( less Uncle will Sam accomplish will : ..
Lasserre Motor Co, tic I Town of HllllardY.nee
No,
1 LARGE shady Iota at Five ..person .. In which a_...d. Mr. E t I I TOOLS, I17\vh..1\ barrow: I Poser continue silking frlendxiilp by

nti. If desire will Fredrlckion 18 N Luilrange Rd Lows Mower; I Shovel; and I flakes throwing money trim hl'lIl11 breakfast .
you wo III
La i range and hems .
imull tads
other
"d for you LOSTLOST All of uld property being In the I I OFFICE nod I tables; I two piece llvlnf Sukarii'i and Naea'r i will like KNOW ?
County of Nunau Stale of lorlda certlflcate room eult: t gas beaten 1 deck all they can ,Kit and then laugh DID YOU
Unless urh certificate or 1
and
ih d
Drivefor t
Stanley ctnlr; I table lump
804 ( Between O'Neal and Na. hall be redeemed according to I Curd Rock; r Lounge chair; 9 flatten Hk* I.lltle Audry us they switch ti,
law the property" deicrlbed In inchcertificate Chulri 3 Hnttnn Lamp stands. Iron Curtain tuiintrlis' for more ol
[ $1500 equity, Take up Pay. :
.
sauville, black and white Boston or certificate will be mid Shade and I Rat .
Hi 3 bedroom .'2 baths1w Terrier Contact H. J. Collins, to the nlfheet bidder at the court I I Inn ISmpai F'tnnr, Lamp RII' the/ s two. dar on the find M"ndiy in AT DEAlt 0. MOTEL \towiarhU Inirulabli1'" emit and
(,: Kr TV IN "OTTACE
phone 2(11-3181( Reward Slip Month of Ortobcr. I9M, which I. Die :
1In No. Fletcher Ave. .. 1H4 :. ROOM the Coast f imrd will continue t
of ,
October r
-- '" -- -- Sth day { I ,
,6d- Completgly.IIlltatabedul l Dated this 114 d.V* of An"' *.> IM JI, pOsUf'ghGStIS Bslrjwalar,114l'liAtstti "II hIre ;ontl.castro atml and am.aiintUuo. .< IT fS .i
.
.. JNI.4WFULII.I
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w. '''w Y'.I '..{ ( .t. '

210 So 14th St.oms Nassau County, Florida t I Bed 011 Healer Spring and M 'itlreaies art seeking! lo overthrow Caelydl

2 baths, extra nice 41 HI. 10, 17, 14 I Breakialt Set l I' chnlnl. while the CIA provides arms" and
.._
: SUNKEN: BOAT found In -- I Mayf washing Machine, other Cubans who Under A Fictitious
d ammunition to Person Or Persons To In Business '
11250000 Any Engage
Amelia River, 25 ft Anyone In. PUBLIC NOTICE I Dr......
hop to accomplish the same end.
3 Bed frames
I Usa Circe Forest Hills termed contact Df A. Cook, Fer. r* CIRCUIT COIRT FOURTH JO' S Itox Sprltri The Supreme Court will continue
Nome Unless The Nome Is Registered
nandlna Beach, 261-4282 4t SlOe DICIAL CinrtIT OF FLORIDA. : I Mattreueag wrenches In the
rooms, Florida room beautl .NAbSAU. COUNTY, tLORIDA, INCHANCERY : Cl-eita of Onuirs to throw nrnkcy
y landscaped yard $1300 DCa .. I Hide.a,Bedh113CL1a.ANE000' machinery and pilltlclans will go

/ assume payments $9360 PUBLIC NOTICEIN Ne. SSM I 8"0 gallon Des stark. staring mad In an effort to
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTOAr.K :: klll) all nl and at thesame
I rnstltuetts
I fire Ewlnguliheri please their
month TRW CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ASSOCIATION, a eorpweUug orsait- I and thai 1 will according offer said Read This Florida Law
.
.
For Real AND ro* "NasaSU COUNTY n'olln l punuant lo the Peil al National the hinheil and best bidder' torcihh order
FIORIDA IV U'ANCE.CASE Mortens AoaonLdlnR" | Curter I on Uw 9ih day if Oi Inner, A D
c, Beautiful Beach 1'ome IBOfl NO MM Art hnvlns' Hi principal ol'lte In the I'MH. i>t II o'cerk, AM ul the front The avenue 1'11I11'n will go about
Fletcher Ave. JlCOJO: month IN RE' CHr ol. Waiblnslon. Ulnlrkl ol Columbia ,- door of the NJ.IIIU County Court his biNiniM: miildlid, and eonfuurdHo "It shall be unlawful: for nny person or peruorn, an defined herein to ensure in

fished JOHN ADOPTION NATHAN OP I>AWM! >Vminor Plalilllfv Hove, .Fcroon AUXUH: dna 12th Reach, AD, rlorldaU.ilMl I MM I la living from diy lo day In huslnemi an herein defined, under a futil'aim' mime an herein defined without ,and

CONTACT PETE INGRAM s by Till'STFR W. AL I JOHN E. MAOI'IItE h1R.: hi pea Hut 1'\t'ryh11::, will work out

Salesman tA.RECTA hil IOII AND. DORA LV-I!: ALHER KOI,FM o HAnnri and I.LORI U S .- :I'Inrdlaeomurl I all rlKhl: M,lylii- hi will vote, If II unleiM Bald fid It loin name Nhall be rncnttrvd. with the clerk of the circuit court of
.
rxstrlit l
M. lltUUEN. hla mete, Mild) <'
L. L, BahanaM .NOTICE. DrlraeiulNotlr l K Juioniin. AmHint (lo' ,.*,n"t rain rr m.thing else Inter of buslnen In which registration shall consist
TO' Nalha DuwwinAfldren Of Attorney PI."IAllo.nlV. I the county where the principal place ,
Reg. Real Estate Broker I'nknow* ol 111Th 4t' 01. 10. I7. Ii' fres.
[ North 4th Phone ZBI.SZtt and To.: HtXIER Stale of II Florida. HADDEN- and s of filing/ with the clerk aforesaid nn iiffldavlt signed by all Interested persons. ,
Ilirrlrt Uneven
soliell Listings Aereagt"FOR e. Homes aai* You Address ore hereby l'nkno' ..notified thai the CLOHIA RESIDENCE M. SADDEN UNKNOWN. hi* Wife I PUBLIC NOTICE I Florida Want lo Come sill and some Fresh quull Wale The staling. under oath the name of all those interested In the business enterprise the

,hove.named petlllnnm. CHESTER You are .hereby notified. that a salt NOTICR Fish Commh.ii'n says "d n'!t' un. extent of the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business" is
# ALIIERTA nnd DORA LEE AL- ha* been filed aaln>t you Roger PiTA Hie wife. ol the ('!Iv of Yuee Sadden and Illor M, ..adden of County ommiaaloner scheduled I lees you re a licensed game breeder 1 desiring
the
not h. made until or
RENT Florida, have filed s petition lit In the above entitled cauie: and that >r> he held. on the ....", d Wednesday and the birds were pen.railed on carried on. Said registration may person persons
he above dated court for the adon you are hereby required to file your In Septemnw, which U the 16th day I his their Intention
MMMHMMMMBMi MMH 'Ion nf' the minor child named therein answer with In* link of this Court of September will be pontponedtembcr and your tame farm to engage In business under a fictitious name shall have advertised or

: RENT S rooms, private bath vhy nd you tke name are required an wild .to-11 Mow be ranted eauie and to serve or pi a ilntiff copy"s thereof attorney upon. ,whose theplatnttlf ,I will III.11.hid err on the the 23.d Ihln day WMn.y.which of !Sep.. to register"' Mild fictitious nnme at taint once a week for four ((1) consecutive

pply ill So Sits St tic ,y nerving! a r ipv of your .... ...,. i. ,nv. urns MERCURY!: N I I MANOR O'CRATI'ORD IM a>v D 0 Oxley rows cows. starlings, black and weeks in Home newspaper as d'f'nvd' by law In the county wh-re wild registration .
KAVOUKLIS 84 f-uth 4th Streetrernandina mar Building JickunvllM. Flnndu F.s.Ofnrio Creak
Vacatloa Apt. Beach Vln'ldi. Attorney 32209 not later thou I9tl) of teptem Board of County OnmlailonenNauau turkey vultures at any time All is to be made and wild registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the
ANFRONT APTS. Completely ',r Petitioner,. CHESTER W. ALBERTA her. A. D 1M4. I County, Florida, other bird are strictly protected ,

firnlshed. Day, week or monthS vile. and"f the DORA City of I.WE Yule:! ALHERTAhlf .. norldamd .. feaio If -.J.g.to.do:..to. agalnit decree pro you con for 2t 03. 111 I W.Uw, __ ._ |1 circuit: court except upon receiving proof of such publication"

Fletcher Ave Phone 261. by tiling the original thereof with' U relief demanded In the complaint "
tic the Clerk of laid Court: ot'._ .. a The nature of said suit being furforailniure PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE '
''e.... man be entered against you nf Mortgage on the following
such' adoption I described t1. situated In irvnm: rtcTiTiois : Uinra FICTITIOUS I' If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than
RGB FURNISHED UPSTAIRS 1'11-"N\: :my hand and the seal Naaaau Caunty, Fri;:::, .towitL..I NAME LAW NAME LAW

PARTMENT. Near town. $3000 of uld, Court of rernanrilna lie.ch. Fight isi,. Unit Hv* ((5'', OAK. Notice I I. hereby liven that the tin Notice I II hereby given thai the un
nthly. Call 261.3233. tIe Flo.id.h''. H'h. day '< Aiicuat last LAWN PARK according lo plat >tenlf ned. puriuant M Plctlll-uii. '>rm.nr>t. purnuinl In "fo'lc\lU"u. Your Own And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd
/aD 0 OXLEYD thereof recorded in Phi Book 1. lane Watul HouM Bill Nil 1171 Name ,",Iut." Ifw' .a Bill N" l"t, ,
0 OXLEY-Clerk of Clr Dole 19' nl the public record of chapter No 20031 Law of Florida. Chapter Nu. 2WU Law ef Horld. '
PER DUPLEX 2 bcdroems"nfurnlshed << cull Court NJIMU County: riorldaWilnena ,, 1(141( will reilater with the Clerk of tool' will rtiiiiier with the Clerk of Registered See Your Attorney For All Necessary Informa
large rooms Year u 12'1.. 1-]. 10 my hand and the eal of I I he Ireult Court In and I lor Nimau she Circuit Court In and for Nassau ,
KM Court at rernondlna County Florida upon receipt el proof Cuunly Florida upun receipt of proof
undo 1323 So Fletcher Ave "-rida. that Juth day of .".IIe""h'l I ..f pubhc.tion of thl* notice. the ill. ol :publication of WW" rMit. the lieIMoue .i' lion As To What You Should Do.
1-4121. tic 1114 tllkiu nmr. Io.w15FIVE ." nm, to I
"HELP SMOKE (SEAL; ) D O PONT ULP t Hicks tlr* Faiulfimenl
Clerk of the Circuit, Court under which I am engaged In bual :- ffcrvtce I
AND NEW completely fur. PREVENTS (fA copy of tne Complaint filed herein, nese, Under whchr! 1 *m engnged In
shed, three bedroom apartment p i BEAR la attached lo the copy of tOo nrtin I .m engaged In business on So. biwin_ I
which I* mailed to each' defendant fear ith Htrwt *| rive Point. rerrhndlna I am engiged In tnnlneu at the FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER
Ith large living area Central \ FOREST FIRM wkam a ,._..* man nwrKM for ..>rk. flat. Fret .......... remanriln Bearh. rta
Stt pr m.Mh. AvaMaM / a date or country wae liven in the I That the only party Interested In I That the only party Interested In
worn itatement filed herein by the said bu.I.*.* nterpria Ie I C W.Ch.pllll. aid bualima enterprise I Is AiRs' W I
edlately, 2783 S Fletcher { I
INTEE80UTBI plaintiff, hi. *gnt or attorney I HitkoiiII 4
261-4787. tic 41 Ufl, 53. 10. and 15 41 III, 17 M 10 AJ7 13. 10, 17a

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Twelve Ii. Newa-Leader, Fernandina Bench Florida Thursday! September 10, 1964 ..; .
=- r .1 the larger primary resale. I 1:. p 'I' r '" \( "1\\
---'- m''h'e-l land li so r flat In South Florida f4 p.' 1 ,1.

. Th-Churches = FIRST < ) YOUR GOVERNMENT that the direction that water
: -"Af --I I. I
Rev John flows' la often dctcrni'ncd by the ..rrrM
WEEKLY' REPORT BY way the wind U blowing bo. the
Worship ..... : : .
CATHOLIC PltlNCK OK PEACE Flood Control District had to Install
ST. MICHAEL'S
,. .._... '
Church School 1/:45/: A.M. -
I ? '
CHUIUHRt LUTIIERAN CHURCH j huge pumps to force water R vl
Service ....._
11:00
I Worship : A.M'I LS
< Leonard Duncan Pastor Donald R. Hlmmelman, Pastor __ through the canals
Youth 11:00 P.M.
Meeting
Sunday Mans ???.._ 2nd, 4th Phone 2U-&OJ4 Church School .._._ ,7:80:: P.M I Eight of these Chant pumps are
Sunday ... 7:(00) '.m. Sunday School ...?......... 9:45 a. m Or t2SI'RINGIIII.L FARRIS BRYANT already In operation, with more on
Sunday Mast .'....'_" -.."" lit, rdSth Worship Service 11:00: mto BAPTIST oM.! Governor of Florida the way. If necessary, they can
Sunday, 10:00 am. CHURCH pump 10 million gallons of water
Monday, Young r'tupl 7 each minute enough to supply the
Tuesday. Novena Services p.m.j: NORTH 14th STREET State lliwijr 107 Naiaaiivitle CONSERVATION IN ACTION j jAI dike, they created three huge res. dally water needs of Miami In just
BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. William A. Frye recently as 1947 many Sent' ervolri south of It .
eight minutes
Dally .*._."._. "................. 8 '.m. Rev. S. C. Baker Interim Pastor Florida homeowners had the t*> These conservation areas, covering The stored water I I. used direct.
Saturday ._..__ Convent Chapel Interim Pastor Piston Prayer Time pcrlence of rowing a boat cross more area than the slate of ly by farmers for Irrlgnllin/ of
? _____.. .
I:ao Communion In Convent 11:45: am. Sunday School (For Men) .... t am. their Iront ytrd, and wading Rhode Inland gave the District their fields and for protection<< of
11:00 am Morning Worship Sunday School ..._ 11:45: ...m.I through their living room place to the .
some put rainy sea.son.
frtt 11:80 __._... ..__... BTU growing crops against frglii' damgcagc
CHURCH : p m ? Morning Worship ......... 11 a.m. Twenty years ago seven of every And because the unwtntcd URC"TI Indirectly .
PINE GROVE BAPTIST City dwellers
'7:30: p.m. __ Evening Worship Training Unioi. .._.... 1115; p.m. 10 acres In South Florida were water has not been dumped out to
Rev W. G. Brooks Pastor I i es It seeps back Into the
7 30 Mid-Week Service
SUNDAY SERVICES: : p.m. Evening WorshipWednesday _.... 7:80: p.m. continually submerged and 19 of I sea as would be dune If the the earth refilling/ the undergroundwater

845: AM ..... Sunday School ftft : every 20 acres flooded periodically Project were concerned only with supplies that furnish them
11:00: AM ..... .. Morning Worship CHURCH OF CHRIST Men'i Hour of Power .... 7 pm The Central and Southern Florida drainage the water Is availablefor water for drinking bathing, cookIng .
Prayer Service _..... 7:30 .m. Control District has made !
Flood
1100; P.M. Mcn'i Prayer Service South 14th Street p use during the dry months of lawn watering and countless
"
11:30: P.M.. . Training Union Earl Hllbirt. Minister "Whosoever will may come. past history of this sort of thing the vtarMore other uses Industries can now
7:30: P.M. .. .. Evening Worship Sunday: Bible Study .. 10:00: am. fir Wednesday Services Morning Worship 11:00: am ST. l' rER.1t EPISCOPAL The reason you can live In what have been dug to carry the waterto of a stable water supply
7:30: P.M. ....... Prayer Service Evening Worship ? '7:00: p.m. CHURCH nature Intended as a swamp of a and from these conservationareas The conservation areas also SALUTING AGRICULTURE throughout the state Governor
frfr '* I The Rev. Jamn D. Elllsor Rector Ooodplaln and still have a dry '
trfr tr and counties cities and create homes for all types of wild.
MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH OF GOD OF I 1 :SO AM. holy communion comfortable home, a lush yard and of landowners Farris Bryant proclaims September 13.19 aa FARD74BUREAU
lace fishIng
groups can now life and provide a million acre -
PROPHECY I Choral; Lucfmrlat. of clear water from WEEK in J Horida. Showing approval of the
CHURCH 10:uo AM. plenty fresh their flood.prone land with small, hunting and camping playground .
Nelson P. Moyer Pastor Dolly Hall Pastor 11:15: AM Church School the faucet Is conservation secondary canals that empty Into for Floridians and visitors. Governor's action are, from left E. H. Finlayson Green;
9:45 a.m. ?._..._.... Sunday School 10:00: a m. -_ Sunday School I 5.30 P.M. Episcopal Young Conservation simply means "to vllle, president! of the i.OOO-member: / Florida Farm Bureau *,
11:00: ..m. _.?. Morning Worship 11 am Morning Service ChurchmenThis save" and that Is the Job of the federation; lion )Doyle Conner Commissioner of.:
'30 p.m. .. MYF Supper & Pro. 7:45: p,m. ...__ Evening Serv:ce ( li the schedule of every Florida Flood Control District Agriculture; Mrs. George W. Munroe Quincy chairman
: I 7:45 Wednesday V.I .B. Service I Sunday with the exception of the to hive water to save land to lave
: of ;
grams p.m. the FFIJF's! Women's Program; and T. K. McClane Jr., .,
I:00pm. ...... Evening Worship for young- -people.- b last LAM Sunday SUNDAY of the month OF THE) property, Naturf'I'owo, even to plan save of lives conserve- BUY" Gainesville FFHF executive vice president. A staler;

- MONTH:' tlon In South, Florida flood long wide membership drive will be conducted during FARM

'7:30: A.M. Holy Communion periods pf ', standing water, then V LIGHT BULBS BUREAU WEEK to bring more agriculturists into the;
10:00: A.M. Morning Prayerand drought\ did not Include man organization; recognized as the "Voice of. Agriculture.
Announcing I Sermon Only .a .thlll strip of coastal land --
!
11:15: AM. Church School where the seas had created a lung from A LION
6:00 P.M. Episcopal Young series of sand dunes we call the Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results
WE ARE FRANCHISE DEALER
Churchmen coastal ,ridge was high and dry s.
-tr during most of the year '--- ..:
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FOR uU'___ ....Il. Ionn., .
TABEIINACLE BAraeouCIIURCH The pariy' IIV I
; I'ldeulnl';
/ along the toaatal lived
Amelia R.md Phone 261-3417 comfortably'' but as Florida's climate ,tI
BELL & HOWELLCameras Rev Loyd Chambers, Pastor drew more and more peoplethe

Sunday School ...?.....-._ 10 am. ridge became crowded and
-Movie Cameras Morning Worship __?... 11 Lm. men began ,to move westward Into
Evening Worship ??.....,.?. 7pm. the fringe ef the Evcrgladci
Slide Projectors Movie ProjectorsAll Wednesday Service ............ 7 p.m. Attempts to drain and Irrigate\ I HAD
Accessories FIVE POINTS BAPTIST seemed to work! at first, but men <
jJ@Wooo
CHURCH; soon found they were up-setting (
REV. THOMAS HICKS/ the balance tof nature, making the \ .

= Come In 4:45: a.m. ?-_ _.. Sunday School l floods and droughts more severe .
yF 11:00 am. ........ Morning Worship It was cleat that man must de. WHAT A
For __. Union vclop a conservation plan not
5 80 Trunlng
( -- -- Today : p.m. -
i':SO( p.m. ??.... Evening Worship Just a drainage plan, for the entire Dlstrlct A BAD
region, and the Flood Control BLOW;
-
i = Informationand I Vedncsday. prayer service, 7:80: was treated In 1949 to put .

p.m.CALVARY Into action such a plan.
-tr tr
FreeLiterature BAPUST CHURCH The purpose of the plan Is simple:
to remove water from the land
J. C. BYRD, PASTOR
'4 Sunday School ............._ 10 A,M. rapidly during flood periods and.
Morning Worship ..?........ 11 AM. : store It for use during dry seasons
''I I I Evening Service ......... : P.M. .. But putting tho plan Into. DAY :
'* .7:80 action was not so simple The normal e
to ,
504 Ash St. UNITED PENTECOSTAL method of storing water Is
dam up. stream, allowing the
Next. Door To Merle Norman I tlllRUI: water to collect In a watershedarea
Cosmetic Studio !Phone 261-4386 South 8th St. Ph. 161-1701 behind dam However, In
Rev. W, W. Roland Ute \\
laid and \
Sunday School ., ,,,,,... 10 am. Florida whore the il Hat \
Worship Service ... ...... Ham. natural rmt', 11w' dams are
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: p,m. not practical The. Flood Control REDDY KILOWATT is used working
\ to
Bible Study, Thursday .. 7:30: p.m. District had to create water slor-
age/ areas "
: FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1 They started by using Lake I
LOANS. I Rev E. A. Lewis, faster Okeechobce as a controlled water\ in adverse weather conditions o

10:00 a.m. _....._ Sunday School .storage arts Then, with earth .
11:00: a m. ?.?.-.- Won hi? Service I D
6:30 p.m. _. C. A. Youth Services year round, but this time it was a
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service ALTHrOriceti
BUY OR BUILD
TO fhursday mid weak I.nlc.-<

7.30: p.m. little more than REDDY could cope '

FIRST BAPTIST HURCURev ,

-Whether You're Look"- J. T. Dunaatt Pastor j IAar r I\ with.
AM .
Worship Services SiJO :

1 Ing At Blueprints, or 11:00 100:: A.M.P.M. Uni M I Yh11raUue,8altl/M d'ni... ,:,

School 9 45 AM. rionH TiWlo.1 AnoeliiiM. ,
Homes For Sale, Our 'jq I Training Sunday Union ?. .-. .... 8:45: : P.M. 'WHAT, AM tIDHEYSTONES(

I Prayer Service -......-_. Wednesday ?

Financing Can Help ; + '* oft oft'7:30: P.M A"\iuijney I e ,Much"(tone like Is a any hard other conecntittiOh The wires and poles carrying your electi'ic"e; i e were, made to. stand w

You Take Prompt ; :, FAITH BAP1'ISTlURCH/ stone.
Sound Action. Rev. Jerold 16 No.A. 4th Philips St. Pastor Glum itioq'Is'is, itURrleiium composed, phosphate of cal-,, I I tremendous strain but with the increasing- weight of'.water and falling j

Sunday School .......... 1000amMuinlng ,: and urkte salts, I ,
Worship .. ,. 11:00: a.m. A kidney stone often beginsas a.
Sunday Evening ...... 7:30: p.m. a tiny microscopic collection I tree limbs breaks occurred. The minute service interrupted
was
Let's Discuss It Before I Wednesday Prayer Meeting of crystals within the kidneys I many ,
I adhere to the surface ,
.. .. ..... ....... 7:30: pm. As more of this salts small: beginning:: the i
Build Refinance I -trtf tune crows. Such stones vary I the skilled who ,:
You line and
\ BIBLE HAI'TIST CHURCH from pinpoint sire called kidneyS service men, are always prepared, went to
429 South Rlh Street rat'el to nones .as large asaseballs.
I S with weight of several
Or BuyFernandina Johnny I.. King, Pastor a
pounds. work and is repaired fast humanly possible.
Sunday Services! : from damage being as as :
I Small stones may pass
10:00: A.M. .......... Sunday School the kidney to the bladder and
Federal U:00 A.M. ?? Morning Womhl the passage can be a source of -.
6:30: pm. .?....................?. BT.U pain known as kidney colic.Small ..
I' 7'/00 P.M. Mn's Prayer Service atones I in the bladder in
7:30: p.m. Evening Worship many cases are removed by a .11(1 '
(
& Loan Assn. cystoscope, an Instrument for
Savings
Tuesday! examining the bladder. Large
I '7:00: p.m. .?__.?_...._.. Visitation stones in the kidney are customarily '
for
Thanks lot
Prayer Mitlmii\ Wednesday( 1:30: removed by surgery / 1 a your patience ,
202 Atlantic Avenue is treatment "
PAUL'S I.UTBKRANenURCD as yet that can be relied upon to
dissolve kidney stones and consideration while service
_. There are several eau e< lea,1- rA-.
--
I lug to the formation of kidnry

stones I I One:: in uhr: y the he: l faultynietaliolimn foul-:: I ''it / is restored and also

burning and food, .utilization mechanism iiii- being to our
CLASSIFIED I IS FORIF I is not fuiiitiomng" pro I .jit
be
perly. Infection! may also a
cause Another can e! it ohstruc' employees who worked
lion in the normal flow of urine e O1a ; many
reuniting In stagnation allll I precipitation i

stone: :: fortnition' of salts and, grow activat til.IIIA i I long hours in daylight and dark-
t N.ry One of the s\inptoms v>h":ti
:
i '
may indicate the presence, uf
I WI,A+ C. kidney stones is an illdl'iil1lte ,
vague feeling of weight and ilis- ness under such adverse condi-
II tenderness in the
'
.i
limn Plhr : or left mile Amore I7L
hxnuent symptom it u ,in-
cry (bladder) irritation If such i tions.
feelings persist or become more I _
Brute, a physician should be
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consulted without delay.
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