Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33142109
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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HURRICANE SPECIAL-See Photos of Devastation Cattsetf! A (Hfa

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THE 1964 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH "PIRATES" !'son Benny AKarez, Randy Price, Richard Nobles, Joe 'Harry Mills, Jack Barnlak. Mike Pikula Mike FialalIke: and Joe Johnson right! Not pictured are Assistant

all set for the opening game of the season Friday nite Thrift'. Barry Rice, Carl Anderson, Jerry Beard. Alan iRfcw, Frank Flab CoachVajne Benner and Assistant Coaches George; : Tyson and Bob Stoter, Pirates )Hobby

when they meet the Camden Hurricanes. From left Ken'over, Jim Young John Bunch Stete Betille. Ben I Rice, Leach "Red" Bean. Pictured front kneeling, is Mascot Johnson, and John Allan and managers Mike Phillips,

ny Lancaster, Duck Bibb, Richard Schoraas, David JohnHilly Miller Joe Stores, Duane Rowland, Doc Burgess, 8tan Benner, center, with manngers. Mark Jenkins, left, Ronnie Other and Don) Scandialato.


In't.1'Over. Nassau Of A Service Century County 1ffi rnanb Ina+ ]I eae hN -leader] Best Local Advertising Medium News

Since llta Aluorbtd by Puichtu, M ri.r or Buecoulun, Tht Florid New, Ths East I lorldlan, The Penlnnula The rerniinains lourivt, inr gland qty Ftmnrtn' umerwr' r rnnni1ln Exprrta. The F>rnsnr1ln News. Tin Florid Mirror Tht N.MUU County Star, The N ewe, 1M Ferunjndlni andtm' Record,
ti.ualt.rord, Nuiiau Cuumy Lender, Tin Outlook, Tin HorltU'ilrorfla, Nays, The I rrnnndlni New., The Hiiunnpcr,

VOLUME 107 NUMBER 2 FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA 1> -THURSDAY I SCPTEMlir.U- : !.7,1 ..i"u 20() Y \ 1Esljlls ISSUE lOc PEir COt'Y" ',
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I Nassau Hurricane,. Damage --- Estimated At $10 MillionJisimilm' I


The public properly IIIHS alum *
o O.0 wO" "" from \Hurricane Doras ell'VaMI'II. r
1 i''v"'x"a Ing winds and \tides him belt istlmaled Disa.e; ; I IM"YIII'
i Johnson On Aid
; j at almost 1 $> (OWMMll() In Mayor Reports .

Nassau County As yet' no figures

o,r t jI are available from Florida public i I i.: J. Johnson, Jr? was Iniliiititl In 'lInlII'1I1I1I the I propirguviinimnt WAN mil appiiHlated by Federal
4Wr.r Utilities to, Southern\ Hill Tile
I Interviewed did"iv l by a New*. hpiilN and uumlcs!: I I nflicl.ils who udinlnlhtir such pio-
phone Co, and other private bunt.sesses l.
b trader\ rtpmlir rcKiiidmij/: the fur the miuiliitf 01( (disaster uld Sums: IhlH would have liitn' ua.
< of their Mil 0 s$3,1$ but nn i itxtlmate I' progress lu dale In smiihtii atihlstana Ills hliilcminl+ fillims'ImmrdlHtily \ : tonal duo lu luck of news euvctaRo
!i.t j I t of 14,500,000 to 000,f 1100'has
: tor rutnrullun In tills area ulcer the pnxiwKeof by moat media
been made by Investigating ,
: z, I the destructive Hurricane Dm,' there the I
agencies following a HUH iiinurn on 1 "To set the record slrulnhl\ ,
; I i Dorm punt of public offlilalH Ihiil the telegrams! were sent to PrmlitintJuhilHini
ii In a breakdown of (Iho damage JC.IIIIMIII told tit! the procedure scrluuimifts of d.inuue. lu our aieaAiiiimpiinyliiit Senators llulluml and
..z l i I the following flumes for Nassau''
a"awsiiae .
Hurricane Dora was a, might ant!< "4 | Smothers Congicsiiman Miillhrwx,
flighty Hal and IB probably ttlll AT A MEETING MONDAY MORNING In the court house here, damage resulting County nine been Issued: I i and On.' Bryant Replies were ucrivcd -

laughing to hcrult at the flurryof from Hurricane Dora was discussed by several governmental agencies. Left to right I county Dibrls, $80000Damage clparanie, throtiKhnut the Congressman Matthews To Make Tour directly or Indirectly from
activity hire In her aftermath I all of theme Individuals, ollr'rTIIIII
Mayor E. J. Johnson back to camera; Nick !Mastro, regional sanitary engineer of the to utrcclH, rOAd und
Things/ are really buzzing with Board of Health I Dr. of Bureau of Health Services | advice and assistance ('unll;((;$ .
State ; Henry Curry the Special ; bridges, $41)8000) with 1203000 in IslandIn
Of Stricken Amelia
disaster aid activity, government Hurricane Billy Matthews phimid J MI-
officials, Insurance adjusters, utility J. D. Johnson assistant district engineer of r the State Road I Department; G. H. Sir. I county, $100000 In Krnandlnn ''Ially.(man and has been In umsttint\
of the U.S. of Ronds W. North Beach $14000 In Callahan, $4IHMI.
crews telephone repairmenand mans, district engineer Bureau ; II. Murphy Florida touch since that lime t its aid In
the motels and restaurant Civil Defense Director; City l Director of Publicorks! Jim Heard and Nassau County In Hilliard and $85,000 to elute a tcl<'phone cunumillion today Matthews on Ills I co-nrdlnallon of activities.
roads 1 n, It i Billy'' tour of the butlly dummied areas
are feeling a business boost not Civil Defense' Director, Walter Preston, Jr. Also at the meeting were other city and I "On Monday Joint meitlnui be.
Protective Health and Sanitary Matthews advised the News- ol (ho city and broth will be Cut I :
usually associated with September officials.Pirates.
I county Paul Hume of the Suvannuh Din I twctn City and County oflleluls
fttl Measures $40300 with ITSOOO in \Inciter I that ho would arrive In : .
Krnumllna Benin tonight I titrt, of the U S, Ciirps of Euulnrrrs : heldl'llb entatlvci
My congratulations to city and Fernandlna Brach $4000< ) In Cal. were rcprr
county officials for the quick way I City and County !1 lahan and $1.900 In Milliard Matthews, who hun been active I and representatives of the from Stale Civil Oclcnse, State

they have summed up the sltua. Open SeasonAt Dikes, Levees and Drainage Facilities In his Washington office In si'curIng Olfli of Emergency Planning, I and Federal Highway Urpts,,
aid tar this hurricstue.,lreken Store tht storm Matthews ha I I
tlon and all out to Insure which Includes beach er1 State Board of Health stud the
.. substantial gone and '",expeditious aid I Pass Resolution I omen, 14,.387,ON. with $3.000,000 area, all ,sllt'ndrldlY viewing \ been In contact with local off., Corps of Engineers As the question .
for the damage caused by Dora.There In coolly. $1382000 In Fernan- the damages here and In St. Augustine. chub In his effort to expedite disaster of beach erosion is Involved,

[Asking For dlnatBcaih, $4000 In Calhhim I aid, Col. Paul Ramee, head of the
heirbeen coonMderdbibconcert"tor / Home FridayNiaht Repairsfh --,-. -> -
I Ifioryn (luiiard and $20000 for SavannahDistrict(Cures of JMr:U ..

the poor way In .nfct : :"qty CommleslM end .. the Mtufulto. Control District ,nears; ,|bpo) *Utad w JUjFCrat lnH
.PWI BiiUrilnas and' "Itslatrt! Preston Is Named Authorized Di;aster Beach since SunrGiy" TT iufVpy' '
Island 'MaWtuaa
news of Amelia was Coach. 13enDr"tdi gfte; I record ef six wlne, fthfe.lessesf and Bokrd.of Controls
Wayae I
during Hurricane Dora and J5qulpna'|00,1\00. with $3,OH\) In team la' cover the Uruatlosj. Dur.
t the Ferwmdlna Beach football laDS I one tie, but they must do It with sinners have passed resol* t
$45000 In rcrntndlna and County officials '
county Inif Monday, City
Is than
the concern more justified the"
lions asking Office of Em. And
look at his 1964 football Pliatci less boys since the 1964 aqua will Representative For County City
The big city news media practically a ergency Procedures lo have, Berth.4$6 000 for School Hoard and \held special \meetings!! to ,
Ignored Fernandina Beach here Friday night when they en. total a traveling group of 28. I federal .' $MO in'llllllard. Continued( on pago six' )
Ihe appropriate
tertain the Camden County Hurricanes I The Pirates have experienced agea.cy .leanslion Areas, $10,000e 'Irs Involved, IMC hid. I
during the height of the storm and proofed with repairs lo er. Cal l Walter Preston, Jr, civil 1 Ira and am'IK
In the report of damage after in the season'a opener Cam. players al every position and as Oslo la the county. ? Utilities in Calluhin, I defense director fur Nassau County Ing the County Commission, the
Dora had passed. Relatives In den has already played two gamer Benner stated earlier this Commission's 000IWItUn. 11.// has !been named as authorised tlly limds of reriiundina Bitten, Businesses Suffer ,
other areas have also scored the this season winning one and losing the squad would have been Week'j The City resolution the next few days disaster representative for Nassau Callahan and Milliard, the school
( passed this afternoon
lack of news from here when one shape If the could have ddltlMMl surveys by the Officeof I County board the mosquito control aulh- Damages'Inflicted I
they were most concerned It I. Coach Benner and his staff of during the week of the asks for repairs to the beach Emergency Planning the U. S, Ai such, Preston will represent orlly and others ,

realized that the Jacksonville Red Bean, Bob Slaver and George Fortunately, the Pirates haven within the city limits. Corps of Engineers and oilier In. bio! county, the municipalities and Prescott, In his new capacity,

new media Is primarily interest.ed Tyson. are oft I to Improve I lbe< 1H| >3 had any serious injuries during the The County, Communion's last. resolution -, terested agencies, a film figure on the various government axcneks will be Ihe cniiluil with the Offlii By Hurricane Dora
I passed night
tlH 1 I
In that oily but they" should pre.seaton'practice sessions as I the damage Is expected I of Iho county In the restoration of of Emergency Planning!!, the US .
asks that the remainder of the
also realize tint this city Is their I AlA Now Open Jerry Beard 190-pouad senior lac-, I A representative\ of the OKF the dumajo caused by Hurricane Engineers und other federal menrles ,I'
well I 11
beach ke repaired as as The majority of businesses I
trade urea and they have considerable kle, was said to be the only doubt lad Col Paul Ramee of the Sav.1 t Duri who will have a part In the ;'
circulation here Probably To Daytona BeachJust ful starter because of a knee In. I erosion on the Nassau River awash District I U, 8' Corps of Englncers Preston was the unanimous restoration of Ihe areas damaged 'crnandlna Beach were damuxejy
butweea Seymour's Point and > Dora, either by wind or wateror
If they checked with their biggest Jury, but should be ready for the will meet here Fridaywith I rholtR of all the government bod by the huirlcnne
Christopher Creek I both, Many lUll plate glass
before lime Joe .
Cohen and Sears, press whistle on Friday night Congressman 1 D It Matthewsand
advertisers May opening .
The resolutions were forwarded 'Indows and signs, Tho hardest
Scofleld, manager of the Buccaneer Jocal officials for a survey of I
they would find that a great Joe Thrift, 170 pound Senior and I I today by Col. Walter lit were those In the beach areis.Amuiiil .
Trail, advised the News the damaged
local (far too area and Gatchel In TallahasseeTo
amount of m ncy Mike Pikula. 170 pound Senior will Preston, authorised disaster I Wingate suffering
matter Is spent In Leader that AlA south of Fe''!' |I those dam i lua
much for that ends for the Pirates
be the
aandlna Beach to Daytona was representative for Nassau were, W, K:, Barber to, UiijthslurkU
Jacksonville. As such we should Joe Stores, 203 pound tackle ) County, the respective muni U. S. Engineers :
of happenings open and passable for motor. Seek State Assistance In Disaster Ixiwe's Grocery, LaMlerre
get far here better than coverage Is now the case Ida wishing to use that route and Beard, will handle the Stirling!! clpallllei and agencies, lo the Make Survey HereA lotor Co? I'elenion Si'ufooJ,

This it especially: pointed,Jip at tackle trouble with assignments Alan Cover without, 180 pound any I Urea Office In of Jsckionvllle.Emergency Proced. survey group of the U, H. : SIute Kip/ Claude Wlngitc!! and out and In sumo areas as much I Clly.K'B, Woodward Lynn Dress Motor Shup Co,, Down-little i iI I 1

this time since it Is noapparent sufferedthe Tax Assessor Lists Senior, taking over for Beard If he Corps of Engineers, Savannah I I City Manager David Gate hi'I wire us 100 flit of beachfront lust. I town Gulf The Cioldcn Sinds Him

to all that Amelia Island Hours For has to Jim Young, 190-pound Junior district, has been here all week In Tall iluiHspc Monday to meet I lie Hxkid Iho Cunlmt to advise View Mutel. Ocean
New Ocean
of the Extra Copies Of I Sean
greatest damage jmr will see plenty of action at the determining the extent el damage with Governor Karris Bryant and I the! pinptr prmiiltirc" for the conn, Terrace Motel, and Fashion
coastal areas visited by Dora. Next Two WeeksTax tackle post during the cosiest Mike Hurricane Edition I to the Amelia Is'und I' neck aid 1 for this dlsa tcr.trlckin: I I ly lo take to Jet( ssdlslanee and Shop

*to Fletcher* ,Avenue Assessor Eddie MeKcndrce Rice, 145-pound veteran guard and I Will Be AvailableThis I beaches by Hurricane Dora. area. wan advised to mitt al ones with Dick Gordon's Automotive, Gul. (
The damage Immediate said that his office will only be Jack Barnlak 160 pound Senior Hmdlng the group was K. Bryant pledged his aid In the civil detente! offlchls who would den Isle Motel Spence Grocery, I I
need lot | f
points up the open from 9am. to 11 a.m. this will handle :the guard positions withDuane edition of the News R. Hamilton and with himwere I emergency and on Tuesday mornIng outline the steps necessary for Sentelli Restaurant, Beach Bar, ,
planning of a of parallel Jean LaRtte, street Boul.sayan I week and next week so that his Rowland, 155 pounder see.l, Leader The Hurricane Issue, I Anold J. Beyden, Ir, Wingate and Catchel also api I the securing of federal funds, Five Points Package Store, Aloha,

extension Such street sure' would I office staff can prepare the 11)64) Ing action at the guard posts. will be available for mailing E. T. 8otomoai and II., 0. i peared before the state Cabinet to I Following Wlngate'i plea the Palace Saloon, Surf Restaurantand

evard. lot of a extra riding. right tax roll Cover, Carl Anderson 170 pound I to friends and relatives by Rhodes. I| acquaint that body with the situation Cabinet allocated $60000 In em Motel, Standard Oil Co? Trln-

save for a those desiring
now recreation ana Ito the I assessments were approved by Sophomore will share the center I at ill Ash SI. the Savannah district, was told the Cabinet that rlcano-di'mAKcd state parks, such Holt's Ocean Pier Porters FU.h 1
the Seaside city Inn and below 1*I the Equalization Board at the end work wwhlch should be In capable There will be sufficient News here last weekend and will re. I 1 Fernandlna Bench was virtually as Ihe local Fort Clinch Stall Camp, Eastern Oil Co., Tlltakns

-I of their meetings last week and hands Leaden on the stands and at Inn tomorrow for a look al "on Its kmes" after the betting I I'nik. sad lu lulp civil defense Bros, Dixieland Warehouse, Rob!.

I especially like the way Rep I no further adjustments can be Pee Wee Nobles, 143 pound Sen.I the News Leader office also, I the damage with Congressman taken from tho winds of IluirkuneDors nirii'I,ih protons claims In tli nun Jewelry, Seaside Ion Sa-

Claude Wingate put It to UM State made In accordance with the law. (Continued on Page Two) far those wishing extra copies D. R. (Billy) Matthews Ho Muted that 30 beach Jai'kslOlI\1II1' art'a, I'' dale MoliI. Chucks TV snit Old

Cabinet Tuesday morning,,In acquainting homes wire destroyed and an. MOW, of the lonc'y1'11I go fin Tim n Marina,
them with the virtual other 70 lamiiucd ulnim! beyond the liaiiiip unit repair of earl Many business establishments

\ignoring of this area by the larger I''I American Red Cross Quickly Responds To Emergency Here I I' repair, lie said also a lame!! II'e.Ion /failldies sulfcrlng, hurricane1 dam at American Beach were also

news media Wlngata facetiously -- of Highway AIA was washid aliI' j-imaucd,
whether -- ------ --------
laid "we couldn't decide
we wouldnt be better off $to seekassisljnce A team of experienced fled 4 "rw

from Atlanta, Ga, or i .. "- --- Cross dlsa.ler woikcrs arrived In
ask for foreign aid I Fcrnandinu Bench shortly"\ after i I
((Continued\ page three) I IJohn's + v 4 Hurricane I tours wrought havoc i -1i.l \ "

Id"r here last week, and Immcdluuly of
\.. ,
set up headquarters lit 312 Atlantic r ''' .
Barber Shop a a./
Open For BusinessThe Lute Tuesday approximately 35' !I jb F .F .

families had made application for I
opening of John's Barber
reluibtllteliun, which Includes foodclolli.ng. $
Shop at 403 South 8lh St. Is an. ; I I'' F .. w,
maintenance I household r y
nounced this week by John Beck. 11MMItthh'' I>RI >
; furnisnlngs, building and repair 'I
ell owner and operator, ,
be occupational supplies, und medical
further Information may
and nursing aid
found in an ad In this Issue
Tho Red Cross does nut replace

all losses Insurance that famillis I
carry Is expected to be a ill II

Weather pan of their recovery, Red Cross
Weather Station I meets those needs that taniMit: !he I I
V S Approved
South 7th At Lime lreei met without an undue hard hlp,
Thursday Sept 10 82 73 2.57 All applicants will receive equal
Friday, Sept 11 8.i 78 03 consideration
Saturday, Sept, I 12 113 69 122 THE AMERICAN RED CROSS DISASTER Rehabilitation Team immediately !net' up Ar.
All disasterIs
73 61 .03 Hurricane Dora to aid MtrUken fdmlllen. help given a
Sept 13 following
Sunday Atlantic Avenue
headquarters on
sn outright gift by the Amirl- COLORFl'l, AND PRETTY TOO are the fw.tbiill. cheerleader who art all ready to
63 0 SalImcH
Monday Sept 14 77 from left Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt. Atlanta Ga.; Mrs M.izle Roper
Front row, are, the Red Cross
people through
can \
Tuesday Sept IS II 63 0 Ml tchell Kirkland Birmingham, Alabama; cheer the Pirate team to \iitor>. From I left, are, Kathy Lewis Trivia fkacboro*
Oklahoma; :Mrs YoungAtlanta; Since Ihe Red Cross Is a partlcl-
Wednesday, Sept 18 81 68 0 I Nashville Tenn. and Laura Lathrop Artie Stein. Wanda Shealey, Judy Vrancken and Paula Kornau. encircling *
:Mrs. Georgia Hutton ;
In Community
Mm. Helen Uttlmer, Sandwich. Ma""n.; pant Nissau County
The scathe. fhihl li *furnished* tltllltM. eourtuyfnrA O.. I Mr, Ileene Wolcott. Alexandria. Va. Standing in rear are Mrs. Jonathan Hall director : Chest-United Fund drive, i Captain Bobbl Becton. Alternate not pictured are, Kay Asking and Connie

lewis muth Nolan 7th, Cooperative at Lime !Street Observer I : of the local Red Cross. chapter, and Charles DeSandro Red Crow Instructor Continued( on Page Two) fiaw.


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Page !\\ Se\\.-ironert'ernanainaBeacnl'loridaluunliay, eptuntDtr 17, Jytt4 ." After The Storm, The Cab
I Parhams Send Thanks For Red Carpet I Meetings/ Set For .

FERNANDINA ill ASH-STREET"BEACH PHONES( ''NEWS 2614688.284687-LEADER: City Commission Treatment' While duests of This City I I.4-H ;Club ;Parents I Have BY GERRY you ever SHEFFIELD walked along I'i! roiling Watching Into shore the mirrored In tiny lappin wale

1 I II the beaches following a storm, waves like I puppy frolicking. will
t A John H. ferry Newspaper
"* 1rtwfII'Editor' :Defers Action On The Chamber of Comme SBe R: was i vet the Buccaneer trill ;:, Meetings far parent rt 4-H when trey looked washed and a toy, one can hardly vl uaii,,
.. Ray and Manager' i In receipt this week of a letter I The Parhams' warm, .appreciative !I Dub to 'be held In I clean except for the staggeringrows I the mountainous waves which rag.
ARC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I Irom the James 'Parh.m'uJamIlY( and complimentary letter fol.] the four' :-tre: of Nassau of shells east up by the ,angry ed and slammed Into the home, ,
"*M PtiMlshrd every Thursday and entered! at the Post Office. i 1'.Gas'' OrdinanceThe of Hapevllle Georgia. I Iowa: I II | County, according. to Cordon Ellis, I turbulent waves 'which gnaw sand dunes and roads, levying n
= Fernamllna Beach. Florida, as second class mall matter i I The Parhams were recently t'hje I Sept. 2, 14llanrville ( I I County Aural, and Mary N. Hoc I ted and ale away at the shorelinelike I almost unbelievable aftermath d|
ZTt tlbRnlp..4Mi Rates, City Commission, meeting surprise guests of the City tf tWp{- GaFcrninrilna rlson, flume t>omon ., $4 a year 2,23 8 months SI.2.1 3 Months Friday night In a session postponed nandlna Beach. for two gala.. (d fays I Chamber of Commerce ,I The meetings are scheduled. ai dvsnlule, many never to be reclaimed Walking for miles along the
:- ." f4.BO a year mil of eounty by Hurricane Dora deferred when. their cir was dcslgna/iid.\ /' aa I I| follows: I by the seJT 'bench, (the wonders of nature m

I posting an ordln.neeI'hleh will I, the) Five Millionth Vehicle. ,l 'Jg.| !Mr Reed Lewellen President Tuesday, Sept. 22 Callahan be seen 'In the shells. and sea lilt
I grant permission to the Ocean ,. -- Dear Sirs: I High School cafeteria I left s'rnndod there Tiny shrill,
Information For Disaster Sufferers I Highway and Port Authority for :I Red Cross I I II I We would like to again say i Thursday, September 24 YD- I Pirates'Open In exquisite patterns and coKrt,. ,
a natural gas system In tills system nl aloe thanks and to express. our appre- lee high SchoolMonday ( large! ones .covered with bainadriand
... ..The Red( CroSS is the official volunteer dinHster relief ]I (Continued from Page OneV'li.'' elation) It the Chamber of Commerce September 20 Frr-" underwater. growth i' I
agency of the American people operating under federal! I Tho deferment was caused by a portion of the donations will 'go I the State Road Department 1 nandlna Beach Junior High School (Continued the from nod at Page quarterback' worn and smoothed : In brauiU|| |,
charter): to relieve the sufferings caused by dina ter. Through a change requested In one clause', to these needy people wiw and all who participated or con I Tuesday September 29 HiU lor will get 145 pound I aged patterns, left by the surgni
hto ,Red from, people all over the country your neighbors of the ordinance which had prev. 'I Applicants may apply for sestet t. trlbuted In any way to the won 1 (Hard' High School.Community with Junior Benny sharing Alvsrci the signalcallingduties. | tides together with .rountlcun'uum.Ibers .
Inusly passed on the first reading/ 1' drrfnl vacation given to us recently of starfish.arid other .
are voluntarily helping you to recover from the once. torn 9 lI.m, until Snprn'' clubs are to be or. I I' arses.ecnns
disaster. The change!! was to provide better at 312 Atlantic Ave In Fcrnandlna Beach to lie abandoned pit( te],
protection. cf city property during dally We could not begin to thank cnnlird over different parts of Randy Price, 14? pound Senior storm swept beaches.
Red Cross Ntnnce h of two kinda During the phme nl
a : emergency the county. and leaden will be will at left half and
construction of the system each. one personally for their time, speediter open
T 1. Emergency Assistance The Red Cross will provide The revised ordinance will the hurricnne'there were seven i I made I I needed Parents .\'ill select I should provide the speed for the I Tills sea life strange and beau
come effort and gifts to us that
Immediate assistance. If need food shelters opened by the Red Cross, County 4-H Committee which willI 100 In tlful u) smill tribute however.lot
temporary Price trave'a the
you up for the first reading at the I II our stay there so very pleasant Pirates as homes which fall
shelter, clothing or medical attention report NOWto | next meeting on Sept 23. 'I thousand providing for approximately two 'We will never forget your fair I help make decisions concerning about ten seconds Beryl Rice 175 I the the many tides and ,winds .au prqto they
the nearest Red Cross disaster office or emergency I Paused on the second and final persons In the elty and we will remember. every the County 4-H program. pound Junior, will: .get the call for I II "their' victims slowly limit"
Assisting were I
emergency attend pursue )
All parents are urged to
t I at right I
two ordinances the starting assignment
reading were
I wonderful people
shelter tiDY the '
for the
the Nassau County school system and them Into! the sea wid
the In their area, at
After the 'The i.abolishing two city streets between I II who extended kso many courtesiesto I half Beryl has power and speed I
2. Assistance Emergency./ biggest job Civil Defense, ufeterll'Ilifr.., I many as possible In other arcai for I I expanses of property which tit
South Fourteenth and South and will be counted' on plentyof
to be done is the reestablishment of homes. Those I and many volunteers In the ahel.I us.We I All meetings will be held: out. Richard Inevitably, devoured, and the oibt
Fifteenth with access from Beech yardage during! the season
of you who need more than temporary aid to returnIT" ten take turns carrying the pictures i side of school hours. Schomas, stocky 180 pounder destruction which. comes helot
Street I
to normal living! may apply for Red Cross help at i j I I and newspaper clippings I the fullback and the devastating/ hunger of the ep.m..nts .
I will be at spot I
< Most of the meeting was given dab to our friends It
I Is sated
;- "- the Red Cross disaster office. over to a discussion of the damage : County Aaents At truly a wonderful exocrlcnre. Jr. HighElementaryI Schema! provides. the power for the
"' was
:- :All\ help given in disaster Is an OUTRIGHT GIFT of to the city by Hurricane Dura I I 1 State Conference and we enjoyed every minute of ;I Pirates Schomas can take oft after !. So while the once .angry pn
ttnr American people through the Red Cross. The kind of i and plans to secure federal aid. It. I I I LUNCHROOM MENUS he pusses the line of scrimmage !I remain serene and calm we rev
Wtp available includes: I Ii Mrs Mary N. Harrison, County Sept. tl. M also Barry Rice 175 pound build, stronger and more secure
I.- Food clothing and maintenance I Home Demonstration Agent, and Please express our thanks \l'e'to'I Monday: Spaghetti wground i I Junior, will share the fullback duties than ever. ,
= / friends there and
i our
Gordon Ellis., Agricultural many
Contract AwardedFor I County beef! and tomato sauce, celery with Schomas I
"-"""" 2. The repair or rebuilding/ owner-occupied homes : Agent;::. are attending the State Co I shall remember you always !I I| sticks turnip green. rolls and Others. probably In for action Beach
Furniture and other household necessities! operative Extension Conference In I Sincerely, butter, fruit pint milk. ,
I cup for Me Pirates. In the backfield. will
4. !Medical and nursing care, hospitalization Post Office I Gainesville, September 14-13 Jim. Adell and Larry Tuesday: Ham w/ green beam be Frank Flats Granvllle Burgess, Weather ReportSteve

"" 5. Occupational supplies, fixtures, Inventories, and The theme! of the Conference. Is I Parham I II and potatoes tossed salad, corn- Buck. Bibb, Harry Mills Kenny Rich, Observer
equipment "Locking to the Future", New Information bread and butter apple cobbler,
Milliard David Johnson and Bob ,
... At Lancaster, Weather Station at 2CC3 MacGreenr
:: The Red Cross does not replace all losses It Is not an !I from research Is I I Conference.ofState tt pint milk.Wednesday. by Johnson! Blvd
Insurance, Insurance which you carry should be a I brought to the agents at the Con. Defenders I' : Chicken plleau pear Junior and ,
agency. Public Bill Miller 170 pound Mix Mm RihThiiriday
Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews fcrence.. The up-In-date materials salad on lettuce leaf buttered '
vital part of your recovery plan. Red Cross meets those announced last t week that I presented enables agents to retrain Held In'OrlandoAssistant ; peas and carrrti, sweet potato John Bunch 160 pound Junior, will Sept. 10 81 '73 T
needs that you cannot meet yourself without undue hard. I the contract has been awardedfor i current In their professionalwork. souffle, rolls and butter, peanut help out with end play with Mike I Friday ,Sept. >t B8 78 0
ship.! Your situation will receive Individual consideration the new post office. building at I I Public Defender, Mer-I butter cookie, '-i pint milk Fiala, 175 pound Senior and John I Saturday Sept. 12SimdajjijESept 81 73 1.14
bV'a Red Cross worker Enough time will be taken to plan Milliard rgury N. Kavouklls, and Mrs.Kavouklls I Thursday; Pizza pie mixed I I Allen 170 pound Scphmorc, getting : 13 73 C3 0M
Mallhcv to the News I CREATOR: attended a Conferenceof 'into action. on the line for the PIrates Monday Sept. 14 80( 0
wisely with you and to verify certain Information, such as telegram REMEMBER: NOW TIIY green salad succotash, French
some ownership income, and liabilities. Each case will be Leader was as follows: Behold the mighty!: forces the Public Defenders of the I bread and butter 'a applepint Tuesday Sept.,. 15 83 72 0
world State of Florida In Orlando last Benncr. seems optimistic about Wednesday, Sept. I IS 83 74 0HARDEEBROS.
Caldwell editor That stalk abroad In the milk. I
handled as quickly as possible, with due consideration given Itiy '
:Such: things health which might create unusual Fernandina Beach News-Leoder I II Yet,:we who cannot t solve the problems ;) I Friday and t rdarhe Friday: Fifth sticks, tartarsauce I his 1I Pirates and Is anxiously
as or age, The business Conferencewas the whistle to
awaiting opening
Fernandina Beach Fla. I' buttered parsley potatoes,
conditions.I I Post t office department has advised or our own small corner the formulation of legislation cabbage salad rolls and butter morrow night for the Camden AYII
WATCH OUT FOR MISLEADING RUMORS I to be presented at the next session
II Kickoff time will'be vlxht
that the new post office Of tile cosmic order chilled apricots, raisin cookie 2i game At
; The Red Cross never sells food or disaster supplies I building at Milliard Florida will Aspire to extend our domainTo of the Legislature In Tallahassee pint mi'kJunior. clock. with Jonathan Hill's FightIng rl ?
never. makes disaster loans never expects payment formy be located on U. S. Highway 1-301- other planets.We ,i Pirate Band furnishing music
assistance given. Any statements to the contrary are 23 at SR 108. Successful bidder wander like a child T. Edward Austin, Jr? Public before the game and during the

Completely false, and you can help by reporting them, with was Dr Fred M Bolding, 103 Le Lost In a vast forest of forces I I Defender, which for Includes the 4th.Nassau Judicial County Circuit HiLightsBY contest I II '

the name of the person you heard tell them, to the nearest nox Avenue, Daytona Beach, Flor. Whose function and consequenceAre elected! as President of I Next Friday night the Pirates I'
3led Cross office. Ida The building will 1 I 1800 all but unknown to us was LINDA WHITE will entertain p, K. Ynnfie/ of I 5 ,
.nht:6: the Association. ,
-- -. yWe're sq, ft, Interior space sqft. I I Putting an Inquisitive finger | hello'! Gainesville In the first Keystone I II
platform area with parking Into this nest of lethal vipers, I School has really started off at Conference !game of the season for i
area of 4000 sq ft. Estimated coati Without thought of the consegnencc.. I 'Notice a disadvantage this' year, The I I the Pirates. aan'l

of construction Is 118,580, Kindest I I We would bend to our will | The Fernandina Beach Art Center hurricane brought a halt to school. I
Happy To Report. regards, The very forces. that created the Association Is In the process of, after the first week ;I Tuesday the seventh and

c-. Congressman D R. (Billy) I I earth, redecorating Its studio and ,gallery. This year as most of you already eighth grade girls who Utah to try ,
: Matthews And which could destroy It ms well! I'jion' South 7th Street.. The Center Is'' know we have a new princlpal out for .rhecrlendmf Two cheerleaders I
OVER 70 Let us atop\ and consider JI badly' In need of latex or water I II and quite a few new tcich-. Mill be picked from the
: : % SBA Official To How small we are. base paint, either white or light ers This Is a good time t to< welcome seventh grade and five from the ,I Ielllhih. ;
I Where are now the mllhtiICftIAa.or / / I pastels, 811I'ell as fluorescent all our new Icnchrrs find $2!
j i Take Disaster Loan t fie: past? i lighting fixtures.If hope they enjoy teaching at Fcrnamlina I I __ __
: / i Applications 'Sept. 23 l Whose sp'cntlld psluccs and. +'torn-' *,' ,, you have odd cans of paint or I I Beach Junior High. FoHterlina at the Stephen Foster .
: OF ALL CLAIMS ,,r' plea old' flmircsccnt lamps that you The enrollment !tills year fir Memorial at White Springs i j
I William Nelson of Calllornla( reproseillative Lie In ruin would like to don te to a worthy the seventh and eighth grade! students i Includes the nameplate of a World
: / : from' the DiaaeterLuau II I II Amid the debris ':lh' < ,; group, please .contact Ed Mahoncyor Is M4Chceileadlng! i! War Two merchant ship namedfor I I i ATLANTICAVE.. I 1
I Dept of the Small Duslne"1 I or their lofty dreams. "lit' I Dr. J. B, Brltton I practices start next. the famous composer.
: Let consider lmpolon "'i,, .
on damages I Administration Loans, us our -- -
the Florida National Bank at Fer. In the presence of the storm "I i'a
: namlinj Beach, on Wednesday That might, In 11'. aimless "want L
'from'Hurricane'Dora. : : I ,, an't 1
September 21, ta accept applications
for t those eligible for assistance Hove erased us from HIP, cnrlb.i d
have been agreed and paid under the program. Let us think on these things- 'of A New Car?

: on Homeowners are eligible as well provided as businessmen they Of As we removing go ahwt the the debris task """"""" Thinking : ,

: We are, as usual more than interested are permanent residents. Left by this latest convulsion
: Loans provide a maximum of 20) I Of the! forces we would .control.
in all our policyholders' claims and are years for repayment at 3'f; Interest. I Let us consider the debits

: working J hard 'receive the best pos- That And, as doth we clutter c'ear! the oar streets own ,live' : The 7965 Models IV7Be/ Out .Next' Week. '

.. sible adjustments on all claims. LETTERS 'TO I Ii Of Clear greater also: ,confusion our own hearts

: '* I THE EDITOR I I'I. Concerning/ our mall( and pttrpos s
r Here In the world, s .Check Our New Loans 'You'll lowBankRmesBe
: I i That we may see. clnrly .
Although we have been snowed under Editor i iFernandlna Our dilly to those ab:ml us,
in claims still have ''I. Beach News Leader !I As well rs to our own welfare. '
. adjusting we a large Your story of Dora left out one Let un think less about o:her Amazed At The Savings! 'i sy Monthly' ;
: number of real estate listings and will unfortunate detail planets; _

be I Without lIa'lnlany/ moral right I I And more about the .cnc on whichwe
glad to assist seeking a home ;
: anyone ArgentsBtrlrisur. ,
I I or lean) authority to do so, the duel!
here. Nissan Countv ScMoil Superintendent More about our duties '
:. /Dean. Bhnkcnfch'p. "volun ,, And less. about our right ""' 'a e8: ,ibrt dden : I
., .. ,teered" the sen'Ices of the public Let. us Iwo more giving I .. .
: 1' 't lt:1":: : ''I' ,kchnnll. "biolpnH. and' n'a ,i.tnnt And Ios flwu
V +-;oKINGS.ERRY / I principals fur the operation of I thought!: of love, ,, D")2 "a C ,
I hurricane. shelters sit up In three And less. of self I : ( \
HOMES I Iof the county schools Whether. I I Ii Then stall: we not fear. Ihs! frrccs. : '
: 'i this was the tl'r a noviceschool I II about us; ::2./ 'S- :
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Ncn'e,.r.rnc1'r. Fernandina Beafh, Florida ThtirdivSeptember\ 17, 1061 Page Three
f 'rw hY c 1 Y' T. Howard Kelly Urges AssistanceFor I .. __ _

ci Amelia Island As ,Disaster Area : District Governor I I r. ;'.- !l'"" V

I T Howard' Kelly native inn 01 f I Among other contributions: : ;, Kel: 'Visits Local Lions; r' NaltwM.
Amelia Island and noted author. ly, whose own belch home lorefell 1
Journalist! und public relation I the rax ages of Doras win Is,
See FilmI
cenollant In urging an Manr e, made a direct \plea to President Safety
for thin Island as a hurricane elli I Johnson tl r.Hr r-"I"r II 1e,1 ell
jJL aster aicaStudents. I His telegram follow: I I GU\'I"'IIt i C'harl"1I" \
Hon, Lyndon II.) Johnson : Tlumpsin paid un ifflclil I vlsl: ,
President of the VS, Tuesday night.: In Hit I Hal Lions I

ReturnTo The While House. I Club, I II
Washington, D, C I Thompson' h'id hlf.li praise for
Dear Mr President: the Liens heie fur the Imul pro. I
Schools In At I clone friend of your life JecU In which they hoe rng k t'd i
long friend, Harry D Jcrslg orSon for t their I'l'lIh'lhllllona to the Heir bw01a.
ty> Partial Antonio; also' of jour staunch Ida Federation for the. Blind. ro I ,w -
? ri rIt Repair ally Giissle Bisrll of SI. Louis; sight screening In the public
TIn: nEAflllt\ at the Eastern terminus of Atlantic
I .
and as a native resident of hurrl : sehooU and either wmtlmhllc ef
is Mesa ta Hurricane Dora provider) an ex cane-devastated Amelia IslandFlorida feirts A\cnue also buffered heavy damage In 1'Mt! as shown
tea vacation for Nassau Count; over which! 8 flogs have" The /governor praised I the clul in this photo. The building In the once famous Casino,
Muile'nl last week' with schools I flown since 1 1W2. I re'sine'(fully also fir fiiinlshliiK mm of the I \\ hi'hIIH near the site of the present" Blue Scans Restaurant
cloned Wednesday. Thursday. and hope you will (give personal con calihie of Hen ('I u'ke as a tent and was liter lorn down
Fiidiy' Dean Blankcnshlp. Super slderallon to the telegram sent chairman (Photo (courtesy J. I). Diughcrty)
tntcndent of Public Instruction you todnj by Mayor I:. J. John. I In conclusion Ii,' rtmliielid the
ordered schools, to remain cloKci son Jr.. of Amelia ancient set I members of the Ideals of LI nlsm
until class time Monday so that port of Fcrnnndlna, recently re. and urged greater! participation by 7f
necessary clean up and repair named Fernandlna Beach, Any I the Individuals In Hilt /great scr ]
could be made, and to Insure safe consideration you accord our disaster vice walk

travel lor those students riding plight and problem as cited The input,n was prevented by
DORA 'RIVALED EVEN THE HURRICA NE OF 1898 that w/reaked/ tremendous school buses, by Mayor Johnson will merit I President Canton MiKtndne,
havoc' on Amelia Island. This ancient ph oho shows the once proud and fashionable In a report to Superintended ,,warm sincere gratitude from me I In addition to Thompson address 1
Strathmore Hotel after being wrecked by the '98 storm. (Photo courtesy Rene Blankcnshlp, Robert, K. Little the and m>' 7500 fellow Amelia 1s- the Lions mw a film enllt sssr
maintenance foreman for lenders, nearly all of whom 1me
I led Fxpicsswaxs Cm Be\ Safe.was' .
Bailey .
) Board of Public Instruction, liststhe the most
been victimized by Dora, ,
I rcnlirtd In tin film were '
ttt 'oft oft oft oft oft oft oft I following schools damages 10 destructive storm to strike us cemmenls In G'rllUr, FarrlsMi
each, and necessary repairs made fine the treat storm of 18III when 1
;v'ml tutu a me mix r of the h
to reopen Monday, I was three years old, i Highway Patrol,
I Fcrnandlna Beach Junior Hlgl Respectfully,
: Shining the film wiis Fclward
broken wlndous-'
pe' School three
,. T Reward Kelly Worn, iissislanl li tin director of
St ,
and shingles
r ; ; port of ridge row KelD IsleIcrminilina I
., ', bluwn from new science bullcltm Beaeh rluielafrefercnee Inf"rmatlon i< mid resenrih of the
',> ,'1// Heirhll Sluts (loud i 1I"III'lnll'lIl.
> and
titan up building remove
< Whus Who Amerieal
} L '. A(' '( nii| ;nnlnu Wmi WON Jn, "Seoflilil .
dti\' ned tree and limbs .
The Presidents reply. lhiom.li M=:
v "I ; Academy clean build. man IM'r of the IliiuanotrTrail THE I'M! III 1WIC\\i: also cnu-til considerable dim-
Bryant ward A. MiDcrmnlt. director of
: jr j1 Inn and remove fallen trees and Plun. age ailing (the beach front 'Ihis Is the* one lime Ocean
"jl'1' I the Oiritt of Emergency:
t.:', ,; :') limbs. nlng, follow: W"t'nI'" tin pieMiiletl liv lion Street, which his since been swept avviiv liv recurrent

;; I .. ; *';! \ulee,, high School two addl. T, Howard Kelly Tom 11111111n. Northeasters and the( attendant Bros,on. Ihe only house
: t i;. ;,., -l' liomil drain field lines to over Kels Isle. rernanellm Hi'lull. Flu, iiislH were Mil'In II! Miklandof now remaining on the right| Hide of the former street is
; flowing! septic tank shingles blown The preside has asked mi to the Ami'lii'an llul/ t"'OMI elflte the Egan cottage which now ails high al>o\e the bench
from portable tlasNnx and from reply to jour telegram eomirnlua In Hiimmi.liun, win Is lure l' on its pilings und is shown in another photo in this issue,
I New oaf assist In UK I'II'I'h'IIIII' tlsnstcr.
restaurant bulldlnK re
Amelia Isliind The
1J damages.: em (Photo courtesy J. I). Daughertv)
quirt 40 loads of fill dirt and Office of Fmrrgenty I'liniiliiu coordinates and Mini Jim Mini allli I JickMood .. -- -
3 loads of shell nettled fur schoolyard \ Federal Disaster relief lit.lIh..... and dim! Jutes
clean bulldinii and remove activities on behalf of the Prcxl. of the Jurksnhvdlr II nil'side' Club. Farm Bureau Sets ''I e Ittlarr

fallen trees and limbs dent We have opened a field of.
.. Callahan HlKh School Part olrcof Ice[ In Jacksonville and are meeting Smith and Ladies Night Dinner I Register NowFor
.. .., blown off music room and today with state and local! of.flclals Gillespie The Nassau County Farm Bureau
gym Hoof and ceiling damage to advise them of the red.
will hold 'Its annual Ladies,
.. Annual
,---.;.; closer survey needed oral assistance available Reeov. Making SurveyOf Night Dinner at the Callahan FairGrounds
;1" I't"' I HlllUrd High School 1 Ceiling effoits already are well\ underway I

} 4, .. ':0'IN I I from leakage 1-;; auditor.: PrY on Friday night, Stpl 18at ,
t/:.. ,w ";'i''t _':;;; him damage and upstairs classrooms with Mayor, Our Johnson field stiff with has regardsto talked City Damage 7.00 p.m, I PuntPassKick'Contest
;,4h'1. : :' Tho Farm Bureau men are fur.nUhlng .
'" ktlil>' '-' '. '. I further survey the situation In Fcrnnndlna
( 'f, I ; and preparing the main
< ;!;"t b4s o.w, .,- ,r, ? ,efl, .arwwl _... d"1; I Little suggested that since the. Beach, Be assured that we will Smith and Glllesplc, enulnur course fir the dinner and Die ladles .
I school plants are used for shcl.ters do everything possible to be of Ing firm retained liv the Lily, his are ID bring cut dessert, pit)
FERNANDINA was badly battered by the hurricane that hit here In gasoline engine/ powered /gen. assistance \
ea'hd In make
been In
1898. Note boat In background that was swept up onto city docks by high tides in eraturs should be provided In cacti Edward A. McDermott of dimigt; :to ;the Ixul a sanitary survey I or TllI'l'e111 take, be several clour \prizes PRIZES OFFERED

the Amelia River. The building in right background now houses Sentell's Restaurant for emergency light and w.lerAll Director Office of EmcricncyPlanning system, storm drainage and the of $>.INI each for those In attincl
and was Florida's first customs house.. Building at extreme right now houses supply streets and sidewilks In tin city, mice, Boys 8. 13 Years
Southern Gas Co., and is adjacent to the famous Palace Saloon, which was active In schools were used as storm olFcrnandina City Manager/ \David dale'he'I The annual raim" )Hire'nil $ItMI.OO
1898 at the (time of the hurricane. (I'hoto Courtesy Rene Bailey) I Ihl'ltl'r.l'lIh' High the Fifty exception. clglv Police Chief Parker said that the fig ires \prese'tiled Stholirihlp will be presented li a GIL M/C,\RRONDO: ,
i by the engineering! firm will be! Grad. l Director
Nassau County llliji Sihool
teachers worked 3061 hours to getthe
High In Praise Of '
lined In cllsuHlcr
huts of I'\ i4General ,
A Classified Ad For Results | schools In necessary order to 1 POK RLClSlltVriON
Try Quick Some 3450 meals were Residents OfficersPolice | aid approved for this city, diction if new drolly
reopen served the workersMosquito I Gulchel also revealed tidav that directors for the coming year will AM! rUKTIII'K
Chief J, R Parker today j the erosion on Fletcher Avenue I be held, also ell'l'III1O I if legates INK: :KMTION STOP
w ,: asked the News" Leader to convey Is being handled by the Stale to the State Convention at ejrlancli I 1fJ1'OI'y.I ,\ AT i
y .
Control his sincere appreciation to all the Rind Department and I work Is lo bu !held l In November" ,
residents of reroandma Beach for scheduled to begin In I ho mar Every Farm. Bureau member; !
ClearanceFLOOR their cooperation In the recent fuluie should bring at least one! m'Igl bur I Lasserre Motor
Special Crews Battle emergent, and to the other law 1-- -- ---- who Is mx at present a number ,
enforcement agencies for their I Ho fiiillier, cited' but has farm Interest, so that he* Company
Debris and Water In* cooperation, I I 1I fact that no accidents' or Ihl'l can understand' what Farm 8u./I I
Parker emphasized his pride In were sustained and that reau stands for and the fellowshipof I
f his police officers during this dls I was no looting, the organization I
Dr. G. Ralph Wolff chairman -- ------ --- --- --- -- -- -- -- -- ---
of the Amelia Island Mosquito
Control reported this week that
Some Slightly Water Damaged I the mosquito control crews had
been doubled In the agency's eI.I PHONC at).J7.ii

ONE-HALF OFF LIST PRICE I I water forts to left combat by last the wreckage week hurrl and A DDOD STORE fOR THt f HIGH .. ,., ,.I 4,' "'J,.. ",, :. u

Keg. $2
NOW NOW NOW I approximately five miles of ditches ""
on the North end of the Island :
have been clogged with fall. ; A. s. ALLAN
$15.00 $20.00 $25.00 Ing debris and blowing sand ''

Nearly 20 miles are blocked and I
drainage slowed' to the point that fERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA
there might be some breeding ot
I; mosquitoes. on the South end of ,I
the Island. :
3-PIECE BEDROOM RltJits-of.way and hammock fog.
glng roads are nearly all Impass.
W,1'M: f GROUP able Dr Wolff added,

I DRLSSIKllll: We anticipate toll't/ drainage
opened to the extent that It will .
,S- .1 prevent as much breeding of mos. i
CHEST qiitos as possible To get nil
I DOUBLE: BCD) wM ditches and fog roads back In ,, Our Hat is Off ( and it didn't blow off) and our Thanks
fULL SIZE good condition will take about
four months, howeverIt i!

$7888 I has Is come fortunate In that the this fall dlsastcr when- are given to those who took part in watching out for

l' cool weather will slow the hatchIng ,
of mosqultos and will give
\ a $5.00 DOWN the Mosquito Control time to have I I the interests and property of the citizens of Amelia :

drainage I back to normal 1 beforespring
and summer," he concludcd .

I Island during DORA'S Visit! .


Just Ramblin' I _

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Necessity tinllnued Is l the from mother Pane of One some) :: Especially to the local Police, Sheriff's Department, the =

SOFA thing or the other or so the old I =
cliche goes Bill Wnas refused
to lit the lack of power during Utility men, Telephone and Radio crews and the many =
High Pile Nylon, Assorted( ( ol- Hurricane Dora ruin all those

ors, Solid loam Reversible Zippered $1 5800 goodies In his deep freeze so he :I ::

Cushions. just aides ran de an dinanee extension to friend cord a Harry con. : others who took part, I would say ::
$3.OO;) ()() I DOWN(
PIK,le s house, where power had
!been restored Bet there are lots' :: I

of ithirs. wished they could have
done the same thing "A JOB WELL :
Cull Walter Preston Jr,, civil
/f4 / ,. i defense director, asks that Radio
36"x60" Table ( lc ItrN' Station; W.PAP be cited for exemplary :: I

work during Hurricane A. S Allan Jr. w I I II
6 VINYL: Dora We just add this to the ac. ,

, fOVEREU of [3eeah1fna last lades\I eck.Chamber we. handed said station I = (

1 II' i r Reg. 329 South 8th Street Asking i

$89.95 Return of BallotsThe iI

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Phone 261-4383 Fcrnandina Benin Chamber ,
$62.00 of Commerce Is asking that v
all members return their ballots. =
" $1 I DOWN for new directors II I I -
i Deadline for the return Is tomorrow -;t =

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Page Two_ 1\e\V' -icosec'ernandirtal3eacnIloridalltutaauy,6eptl.atoer'. 1i,191t4 i Parhams Send Thanks" .' For ,Red Carpet I /MeatLigsSet: For After The .Storm '. a The Calm

FERNANDINA 111 ASH-STREET BEACH- PHONES (61-3(86 NEWS-LEADER. (614687 City Commission treatment Whi( .,;#uests of This City I 4-H ;Club :Parents Have BY GERRY you ever SHEFFIELD walked along trolling' Watching Into shore the mirrored In tiny, lapping water

A John H. Perry NewspaperRay It,' the beaches following a storm, waves like a puppy frolicking with
C.dw.JI.'E.Uftr, au Manager : Defers Action On The Chamber of Commeijge was I vcl the Buccaneer Trail. : Meeting tar parents rf 4-H when they looked washed and a toy one can hardly vlsualue
.- In receipt this week of a letter The Parhams' ,warm appreciative | dub members are to be held In clean except (or the staggering the mountainous waves which raj.
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION 1 (cam the James Parham11amOy I and complimentary letter fol- tile four' school arras of Nassau of shells cast up by the ', antry ed ,and slammed Into the homer,
..+..<. Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office! '.Gcs'Ordinance of Hapexllle Georgia lows: I j County, according to Gordon Ellis, I rows, turbulent waves 'which gnaw sand ,dunes and roads, leaving tn
Fertandlna [Beach Florida, as second class mall matter, I The Parhams recently I 2, 14 I end N. Harrls'in unbelievable aftermath
were -t ,e Sept. County Agent Mary ; led end ale away at the shoreline I almost 01I |
=.; fltibstrlpMcMi Rates I Tho City Commission meeting surprise guests of the City ,yffff\- Haneville, GuFernindlna Home Demonstration' AacntI II I like a hungry animal! leaving I destruction just hours before
s $4 a year f 2.25 6 months $1.25 S Months Friday night In session nandlna Beach for two Chamber of Com scheduled
$4.SO a year out of county a postponed gala day* ,, I The meetings are as desolate, many never to be re. I Walking for miles along the
by Hurricane Dora deferred when their cir was deslgnauiij !pi mercy | follow: I''claimed by the seat beach, the wonders of nature cut
passing an ordl"nre'hlrh will I I the Five Millionth Vehicle 1.ltlJrlS' Mr Reed I Lewellen, President Tuesday, Sept. 22 Callahin be seen In the shells and ...oa life
I grant permission to the Ocean Deer Sirs: High School cafeteria left I'randod there. Tiny ihrllt,
Information For Disaster Sufferers Highway and Port Authority( fora ''!Red Cross : A'':* We would like to again say Thursday September 24 Vu- I Pirates' Open In exquisite patterns and colon
natural In this! n
: gas system system thinks and to express our appro- tee High School !large! ones covered with barnacle
The Red Crow! (N the official volunteer disaster! relief .
clatkn In the Chamber of Commerce I end underwater growth, Inme
(Continued from Page OnpYfI"I ; Monday September 28 Fer.I
agency! of the American people operating under< federal The deferment was canned bya portion of the donations will mi I the State Road Department I nandlna Beach Junior High School Continued from Page One) worn end smoothed ,'In beautiful
chqrter' : to relieve the ,ufferlnjr caused by disaster. Throughhto In clauseof Inr will get the nod at quarterback
) : change requested one to these needy people. vim and all who participated or contributed 29 HiU i I aged patterns, left by the surging
Tuesday September -
,Red Cross, prople nil over the country your neigh the ordinance which had previously Applicants may apply for assist In any way to the won. !Hard High School. vlth Bonny Alvarez, 145 pound I tides together with X'>oimtlcss! -num.
bor's! are voluntarily helping] you to recover from the passed on the first reading once from Bam. until S "pm. I drrful vae lIon given to us re- Junior sharing the signal-calling I bars (if starfish arid ether frusta
disaster. The change was to provide better dally at 312 Atlantic Ave. em fly In Fernandina Beach. Community cluhs are to he or. duties, croon, to lie abandoned (on |Ito|,
4 protection of city property during We could not begin to thank lionized over different parts of Randy Price, 141 pound Senior
Red Cross assistance(, Is of two kinds,, : During the emergency phase of Il'aders111 be storm swept
the and
1. Emergency Assistance The Red Cross will provide construction of the system !Ihs hurricane, there were seven' I each one personally for their time, needed county Parents -will elect I speedster, will open at left half and I This sea life. strange and"-. beau.
The revised ordinance will for, the
come I should the speed
"*" effort and gifts to us that made provide
shelters opened by the Red Cross, It smell tribute howflver.lorthe
Immediate assistance If need food will
4-H Committee which
temporary you up lor the first reading>'at the i stay there so very pleasant. County Pirates as Price trave'i the 100 In
shelter, clothing( or medical attention report NOW i'I I next meeting on Sept. 23. thousand providing for approximately two lour'We will never forget your fair I help make decisions concerning!! about ten seconds Beryl Rice 175 I many homes and ,which winds ,fall as prey they
persons the !
to the nearest! Red Cross disaster office or emerg- Passed on t the second and final Assisting In the emergency were, I 1 city and we will remember everyday I the County 4-H program. pound Junior will get the call for i iIhl' to reading were two ordinances All parenti are urged to attend it right pursue
shelter I the I starting assignment
'ency many wonderful people
the Nais.u County school system Into the sea, for the wide
2. Assistance After the Emergency.The biggest' job I abolishing two city streets between Civil Defense, cafeteria staffs, | who extended so many courtesies the meeting In their area, and at,. half. Beryl has power and speed I expanses of property which are

to be done is the reestablishment! of homes. Those I South Fourteenth and South and many volunteers In the shelters to us. |I many All meetings at possible will In be other held areasI out. and will be counted on for pltnty I Inevitably i devoured, and the otlvr

of you who need more than temporary aid to return Street Fifteenth with access from Beech We take turns carrying the pic.I tide of school hours. of yardage during'! the season. Rich destruction which comes before

T"" to normal living may apnlv for Red Cross help ati I I I | lures and newspaper clippings I ard Schomas, stocky 180 pounder the devastating hunger of the cle.'
Most of the meeting was given will be at the fullback spot and I
I d'h to our friends It
'"-*"- I. mania li sated.
Red disaster office
the Cross Aaents At
over to a discussion of the dam. I County was truly a wonderful experience Jr High-Elementary !Schemes provides the power for the
: All help given in disaster Is an OUTRIGHT GIFT of I I i So while the once ,angry lea
age to the city by Hurricane Dun State Conference i we enjoyed every minute orilt. Pirates Schemas can take off If. I
ttr: ??American people through the Red Cross. The kind of I and plana to secure federal aid [i land. I I LUNCHROOM: : MENUS: ter he posses the line of scrimmage I remain serene and calm we n.
folp available includes : Mrs. Mary N. Harrison County I Plense thanks to 1 Sept. tl. 25 also Barry Rice 175 pound build, stronger and more secure

= l.' Food clothing and maintenance Home Demonstration Agent and express our I Monday: Spaghetti wground I Junior will share the fullback duties than ever.,
our friends there and we
| Contract AwardedFor I Gordon Ellis County Agricultural
I beef and tomato sauce celery
-.2. The of owner-occupied homes I with Schomas 1
repair or rebuilding Agcn6:: are attending the State Co | shall remember you always. sticks, rolls and .
""""* turnip greens In for action
3. Furniture and other household necessities Sincerely Others probably Beach
operative Extension Confrcnce In |
butter fruit 't milk
4. Medical and nursing' care hospitallzatlon I, Post Office Gainesville September 14.18. Jim Adell and Larry Tuesday: Ham cup w/ green beans for the Pirates In the backfield will Weather 'Report
"" be Frank Flala Granville Burgess
5. Occupational supplies fixtures, Inventories, and ) The theme of the Conference Is I Parham'Conference and potatoes, tossed salad, cornbread .
Mills Kenny
"Locking to the Future", New Information Buck Bibb Harry Steve Rich Observer
equipment Hilliard and butter apple cobbler,
At' David Johnson and Bob. ,
"" The Red Cross! does not replace nil losses. It Is not an I from research Is ,of State tt, pint milk.WPdnelday. Johnson! Weather Station at 2GCJ MacGregnr

insurance: agency Insurance which you carry should be a I' Congressman D R. Billy) Matthews brought fercnce. to The t the up-to-agents
vital part of your recovery plan. Red Cross! meets those announced last week that I presented enables agents to remain Held In'Orlando and John Bunch 160 pound Junior, will Thursday. ,Sept. 10 at' '73 T
carrels sweet
needs that ycu cannot meet yourself without undue hard. the contract has been awardedfor I' current In their professional I peas souffle, rolls and butter peanut help out with end play with Mike I IFiala. Friday, ,Sept. jl 88 78 0
ship.i Your situation will receive individual consideration the new post office building at work. | Assistant Public Defender Mer- butter cookie, "4 pint milk. 175 pound Senior and John i Saturday, Sept. 12 81 ,' 73 114SundatG'Sept.,13
bv a Red Cross worker Enough time will be taken to plan MilliardManners'. I rgury N. Kavouklls, and Mrs. I Thuisday: Pizza pie, mixed ]I II Allen 170 pound Scphmnro getting 73 GS 0
wisely with you and to verify certain Information, such asJiomp I telegram (to the News REMEMBER: NOW THY CREATOR Kavouklls, attended a Conference I green sahd succotash, French into action on the line for the PIrates Monday, Sept 14 80 M (0 I

ownership income, and liabilities. Each case will be' Leader was as follows: Behold the mighty) forces of the Public Defenders of the ,I I I bread and butter'a apple, 'i pint Tuesday, Sept..15 8372 0

'handled as quickly ns possible, with due consideration given Ray Caldwell, editor That etelk abroad In the world State of Florida In Orlando lost : milk I II Benncr seems optimistic about Wednesday' Sept. 18! 83 74 0

Such:! things as health or age, which might create unusual Fernandlna Beach News-Lender I Yet, we who cannot t solve the problems ; I Friday The business and Saturday.of (the Conferencewas I Friday: Fish sticks, tailor his 196t) Pirates and Is anxiously.
Fernandlna Beach Fla. buttered awaiting the opening whittle tomorrow
conditions.I sauce parsley potatoes wrrn"
the formulation of
Post office department has advised Of our own small corner legislation I night for the Camden
cabbage salad rolls and butter, l,1Jx7ip
be the
to at next
presented session
office order time will'be eight
t that the new post Of the cosmic chilled apricots, raisin cookie, "ii gime Kickoff
; The Red Cross never sells food or disaster supplies I building!! at Hilliard. Florida will ,, Aspire to extend our domainTo I of the Legislature In Tall 1. pint mlk. otlock with Jonathan Hill's FightIng / .
never makes disaster loans never expects payment for be located on U. S. Highway 1301. I other planets hascee, I I I / Pirate Band furnishing!! music
any assistance given. Any statements to the contrary are 23 at SR 103 Successful bidder We wander, like a child T. Edward Austin, Jr., Public before the game and during the ,
Completely; false, and you can help by reporting them with was Dr. Fred M. Holding 103 Le. Lost In ft vast forest of forces Defender for the 4th. Judicial Circuit I Junior HiLightsBY contest. t
which Includes Nassau County
:the name of the person you heard tell them, to the nearest nox Avenue, Daytona Beach Flor. Whose function and consequenceAre elected! President of Next Friday night/ the Pirates I
was as
..fed Cross office Ida. The building will have 1800 I I all but unknown to us LINDA WHITE will entertain P. K. Yonge of
(he Association. ,
ft. Interior space and 96 sq Putting an Inquisitive finger
sq first
In the Keystone
- -- 'i Gainesville
ft. platform area with parking Into this nest of lethal vipers, Hello +
r I II Conference game of the season for t
School has really started off at
area of 4000 sq ft. Estimated cost Without thought of the conncqncncc NoticeThe : Thel I the Pirates
a disadvantage t'lls! yeir I
of construction Is 18580. Kindestregards We would bend to our will
We're To I I I Fernandina Beach Art hurricane brought a halt to school.
'Happy Report. the
The very forces that created the ter Association Is In the cen'l after the first week I i Tuesday seventh and
Congressman D. R. (Billy) earth,
Matthews I I ass well. redecorating Its studio and This year as most t of you already eighth grade: girls who wish to tryout '
: And which could destroy It : p on South 7th Street' The Center know we have a new prlnclpal for chrerlead:ng. Two cheer
: OVER 1.0 % Let us atop and consider >yI'' I badly In need of latex or "' 1'1 and quite a few new tcicli- leaders will be picked from the I' '

SBA Official To I How small we are. base paint either white or light ers This Is a giod time t It welcome ,. seventh grade and five from the ,
Where the ml hlj,iontiSlu
Take Disaster Loan are now (I'''pastels, as well as fluorescent all our new lonelier and eighth.) I $2!
Of fie pant T
I lighting fixtures I
ll'h Kcr.nandlna
hops at _. _
'OF Applications 'Sept. 23 Whose sp'cmlld pslaccs onuS.'*tempi .u(,.* If you have odd; cans of pint orl Bench Junior I High Fontprhna at the Stephen Faster _
: All CLAIMSon !,t le, old' floiircsccnt )lamps that you The enrollment lull year fee Memorial at White Sprlnus !! HARDEE BROS. j
William Nelson of California, re- Lie In ruin would] like to dimple to a worthy the seventh and eighth:: grade includes the name.plate of a World ,
piost'iitalive from (the Disaster I Amid the debris group please contact Ed Mahoney dents Is ?n4. stu'lCherl'lrndIna 1 i War Two merchant ship' named I Iu I 'ATLANTIC %'AVE.Thinking I
Loan Dipt, of the Small Business !I I IAdministration I, Of their lofty dreams. "''fI' I or Dr J, B. Drllton. I practices dart next for the famous.: composer,
damagesfrom : Loans, will be at1 Let us consider our Impnlcneeari i -__ ------
the Florida National Bank at Fcrnandlna In the presence of the storm ?.I> It -

Uiiuh, on Wednesday, That might, In It'. aimless "wands
Hurricane Dora September 2,1, to accept applications : cringe, i" I I
( fur I Slime risible for assistance (Have erased us from the earth) I

have been and under the program Let us think on these llilnt! Car?
: agreed on paid men Ilumconners ore eligible as well provided\ as business they j j) Of As we removing go about the the debris task 'of A :New

: We are, as usual, more than interested are permanent, residents Left by this litest convulsionOf
Loins provide a maximum of 201 I the forces we would rnnl rol.
: in all our policyholders' claims and are years fur repayment at 3',,, Interest Ut, us consider the debris

: working hard -receive the best pos : That And ai dnlh we clutter clear the oar streets own ,live : The '1965 Models ,Will Be Out) Next ;Weelr

sible all claims. I
adjustments on LETTERS TO Clear also: our own heartsOf

:: -sir & ft P I I THE 'EDITOR That Here Concerning we In the may our world see"finals,clculy nnd purpos I r .Check Out New Loans. 'Yoti'll + ;'low. Bank Rates {'

Although we have been snowed under Editor I IFernandlna Our duly to those ab iut us,

in adjusting claims we still have a large Your story Brach of \Dora News lett( out Leader one I I As Let veil us think rs to less our nboi own t wilfare.o'hrr\ Be Amazed At The '! '* Monthly' ;
t Savings asy
: number of real estate listings and will unfortunate detail phrcts, : _

be Without( having any moral rluht I And more about the rne on whichwe !
: glad to assist seeking a home
anyone P
or legal authority to do so, the dwell lXmeDts, I
: here.. Nissan Cnnnlv( School! Superintend-1, !More about our duties r.uttltattt .
cut, Dean Blankensh'p'! "vol un. And less about our rights ,, maliss '\oW ,
'" e.'e I ItJ
: teered" the services of the public Let us have more (living, f .4 ; "a .den
'0 '. n a ,.
11 't !t'tl:: ; !;Ichnolj\ '/prhicrpnH '' assistant And 1 hjes| flBvsplnf: s | .. .. .... I" t J ..
y + oKING..ERRY / principals for the operation of I !More thought of line, 4 ( "
hirrlcant shelters' set up In threeof And less of self 2' .
, HOMES the county schools Whether Then I'mll: we not fear \the) frrccs (
: this was the mistake of a noviceschnel I about us; ::2./. '-Q: ;II'=: It : ,

. superintendent or the act'' For the", too, arc the creaturesof .. -- .. 'U! r,'I nsur-
of a self-serving pnlltlclnn was God. ., / ., ,I I .... I
PAUL' C. BURNS an nbiisc of his position and an \ Who created us nnd lines us, '" ,' iW"herever
f 'al
Inrir-flnilhlp burden on the men ami Despite our puny efforts at! rebe'llon __ :;: ; ,
their families .. a; I II II
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South Sib Street
Phone 2G1-3GOG '
There should he prompt redress, And disobedience Yoi- muse :
. William A,, Childs To His Divine I
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TornnndmaBenchFlorida Thur h>', Popt-pmlirr' 17 1961 Page Three
Ncns lender, _______ _OT ___ _
Assistance ---- ---
IT. Howard Kelly Urges

District t Governor l !t Y'' ,
I For Amelia Island As Disaster Area

c T Howard Kelly, nitlvc inn of Among! other contribution, Kelly I. Visits Local Lions; .
Annlin Inland and noted: author, whose own beach\ home hue I
JnuintllHl und public rotations\ I IcI'nMultanl hit the mains of Doras wlmlx, See FilmI
Is urging/ assistance made a hied! plea In President Safety M lYAa
iT (for this 1.lalld m a hurricane disaster Johnn, u a St.; t.n, art!Ids
I airaStudents, I His IrlrKram follows: I sli Id G"\l'l'n"r lion Lyndin B, ilmson, The mpMI'1\ piild UIoffield vlll1!'
I President of the U, S, TurhlllY sigh|: ( to the lieal Lions ..
ReturnTo The While II nine, Club, I ::
Washington, D, C, Thi mpson h'11 high praise for _
Dear Mr, President: the Lions hue fu the local pro.
P'T'T' Schools In As a close friend of your lifelong Juts In which they hive engaged : '
friend Harry D Jerslg of fir Ihdr CI'III1'lhlll"nR" In the FlorIda L .Li.
San Anton; also of your staunch ruination for I the Blind, fu I ... ,-

Partial Repair ally, Cuskle Bunch o f St, Lmilx; sight screening In tin public THE EA(,II It.VMI': at the Eastern terminus of Atlantic
and as a native resident of hurrl : schoils and other woitliwhllc cf Avenue also .suffered henry dimige In I'lll as shownin

LA" M41 sr Hurricane Dora provided an ex. cane.dovaoulr'd Amelia Island, forts, this photo The building Is I the once furious (isino,
'nisi I'11 I the ebehalnn
tra vacation for Nassau County Florida, nvcr( which 8 /flngH have : The governor pi\
which I the .site. of I the Blue l Seas Hentuurunl .
Minknls last week with siliwih I flown since 1V2, I respectfullyhope fir fiiinlshiiiK. a mm of thr was near present
I closed Wcdmsdny, Thursday, and you \\11I| give personal eon ealdiie of 111'11 ('I nke! un a tine und salts: > liter loin down.
Hldiy, Dean Blankenshlp, Super slderallon lo the digram( insetyou chairman (Photo ,courier J. I D. Diugherly )
tntendcnt of Public Instruction, today by Mayor K:. J, Jchn I, In l'on'lu.IIIII hi rimnilid I the
ordered schools to remain closed son, Jr. of Amelias ancient seaport members of the Ideals IIC Ll< nlsm
until class time Monday so that of Irrnamllna, recently renamed and urged grentir paitklpallon\ by
necessary clean up and repair Fernandlna Beach, Any I i the Individuals In this great scr
could be made, and to Insure safe consldcratltn you accord our disaster :: vice work
._ __ _..___. ,
T..TT" 'T-T' travel! for those studintt riding plight and problem as cited Thompson was pnsintid by /
that v/reaked tremendous sciiooi buses.In by Mayor Johnson will merit I President Carson Mi Ki'ndrc'e.
a report to Superintendent warm, sincere gratitude/ from me; address 11 I
I In addlllin to
havoc on Amelia Island. This ancient photo shows the once proud and fashionable K Llttli, I ,
Blankenshlp, Robert and mj 7500 fellow Amelia Islanders the Lions fillY a film entitled fin, s 1w.
Strathmore .Hotel after being wrecked by the '98 storm. (Photo courtesy Rene maintenance foreman for the nearly all of whom hove "Expreowasve/ I'in Be Safewins' .

Bailey). Bonrd of Public Instruction, IIstl been victimized by Dora, the most lintim) In tin film were r
ft the following schools, damages I to \ destructive storm to strike us cimniints h)' diviimr Farris ....
ft Or ft
to reopen Monday I was three years old, Ida 1II1IIIIIIV 1'alrol
v Fernandlna Beach Junior IIIlIh I
fv1lr t. I Respectfully Sliming the film wn Fdward
'. : f :. School three bnken, windowpart T llnwaul Kelly I Wren, asslslant (li tindinitor of y
., .' of ridge row and shlnali I Kek Mt'Frrnaindina Inrirmiliin mil resiiirth of Hie .4-,1
>, > blown from new science bulhhnJlj ; ;:;,, Reach, n.I.>i 11111,1 'Iorhh' Slili Hud |ii'part mintActimpnivlnu : 1
clean up building I and remove\ reference Wills Vt'hii Amirlea)
: I ( \\ \1'111M/ 111 I
doncd tree and limbs, The Prc-.il 'nl's reply IhiouUi id: I field', mmiiMi" of tin Hmciineer llli: I'tH 111'HIM',\="I':: also uu-ul( tons.tUr.l.le. dam.
fw Bryant Academy clean bulling ward A, MiDermiilt, director of Trail, lire( clung the lieuh fnint. This I is the unl..liml' Ocean

S 11 and remove fallen trees and I: I the 01(lie of Fmcigeiuy 1'lunnlng stress w'MS 111'si'nl<'d by I.Inn Street\ which his since. l been swept. avvav liv' recurrent:

limbs llluh Sduiol two add follow: I fern 1'iliumiiiiKls Northeasters anti I the attendant eroson.: The only house
lulce T, Ho*aril Kelly
tlnniil drain field\ lines to ovt'r.1 Kels Isle rernamllin Hindi, 111, ( wire Mti, hiII Kliklnml now remaining. on I the right: .hide of I the former street t Is
flowing septic tank, shingles blllwn The prcsdinl hits uskul mi ti of llu A sat'n son that,I ('i ims (dfiee the Egan: cotl.iM': which mm Hits. high: above the bench(
from portable classroom and fro reply In lour telegram ('ommilngdamai.rs In 1t11'mlllnhtIIl i hot In rare Iasslsl on its pilings and is "hu\llIln another photo in this: Issue.
restaurant building New roof squired I in Amelia Islam) The In tin I"M"MI'am' dlMasti, (I'liulo courtesy J. I U. Daughirty)
40 loads of fill dirt and I Office ol Emergency: Ilinnlnu in.ordlnales and \\.Ion. Jim Mead anti Jiek ., _
3 loads of shell needed for ache! .'I' yard clean building and rcmov activities on behalf of tin Prl' I. I the JiiikHinvilli ItivtrHklp Club, Farm Bureau Sets

fallen trees and limbs, dent Me have opened a field office Ladies Dinner
Callahan HlRh School Fart i of In Jacksonville and are meetIng Smith and Night I Register NowFor
'B'w ytlei, I rcof blown off music room and today with' state and local officials Gillespie The Nassau County raim Bu
gym Roof and celling damn, to advise them of the red reau will hold Its annual Ladles Annual
closer survey needed, enl assistance available Recovery Making SurveyOf Night Dinner at the Callahan I FairGrounds
J ;dW Milliard High School Cellln efforts already arc well underway on Friday night, Sept 18, I
damage from leakage In audits Our field stiff has talked at 7,00 p,m, PuntPassKickContest
lum and upstairs classrooms with Mayor Johnson with regards City DamageSmith Tho Farm Bureau nun me furnishing .\
further survey needed to the situation In Fernandlna and pupurlnii the main
.sale? Little suggested that since the Beach, Be assured that we will and fillUsple, engineerIng I course fir llu dinner and the\ lad I Ilea :
>< oJ sw Mn ..ww./ Mn school plants are used for she do everything possible to be of I (firm rdaliuil bv tin dty, has are to bilng me diiiserl, pie 'I
DOWNTOWN FERNANDINA wea badly battered by the hurricane that hit here In ten, gasoline engine powered gcierators 'I assistance, been tn'lid' In lo make a survey or cake! I PRIZES OFFERED
1898. Note boat background that was swept up onto city docks by high tides in I should be provided In each Edward A McDcrmott I of dimigc t tl> the Ixal sanitary Th'rl'11I be sevirul dour prl7.rl'IIC '
the Amelia River' The building in right background now houses Sentell's Restaurant for emergency light and .ter Director Office of Emergency!: svstem, storm dinmiiKc and the I $jOO each for HUM. In ulUiutance Boys 813 Years
houses supply, Planning, streets and nidt'wsike In the city, : ,
at extreme right
and was Florida's first customs hou e. Building now used star
schools as Giilihel
All were
Southern Gas Co, and is adjacent to the famous Palace Saloon, which was active in with the exception i or City MlIIall'ravltl\ The annual Faso 1\111'1111 KH)00 (m.'I1.l'.MtUOMM= ),
shelters fiitires' presuitid I will In iiimnted ti' a
1898 *{ the, time of the hurricane (Photo Courtesy Rene Bailey) Fernandina High Fifty elllht Police Chief Parker by ldth'I'I: : firm will: be Nassau Scholarship County HIMi Sihoul' Graduate Director

teachers worked 3061 hours to 111'11. High In Praise Of used In conjunction wllh disaster 1 of 1984.General! ( TIL\TS) ) e
Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results the schools In necessary order I to Residents Officers 1 aid approved for (this cllv election' of new county PollAM
:< !)
reopen Some 3450 meals were I Gall hi'I also revealed today that directors for the coming year will 1
served the workersMosquito Police Chief J. R Parker today I: the erosion on Hdiher AvenueIs be held also election if delegate! INK= KM.\TION ST01'
1 asked the News Leader lo convey bring handled by the Stale to the Slate Cotmnltim\ at Orlaiidt lti. TOD4Y: AT
Control his sincere appreciation to all the Rand Uiparlmuit and work Ismluiliilid lo bw !livid In November, I
for to begin In Hit near Every Farm Bureau mtirlicr' Motor
I residents of Fernandlna Beach Lasserre
their cooperation In the recent 'future should bring at least site ndghbiir
ClearanceFLOOR __ _
Special Crews Battle emergent: and to the other law who Is mil at present a memberbut
i enforcement agencies for (their isli'r pi'rind, He further lied' she) has farm Intrrpsl so thai he Company
fine cooperation act that no aedilinls air InJ irlesi ran understand' what term Bu.eau ,
I Debris and Water Parker emphasized his pride In were i stiNlalnid, and Hint there stands for, and the fellowship

SAMPLES OF MATTRESSES i chalrmaiof his pollee officers during_T _this_ ._dla.1__ _|__MI _no .looting__. h__ __ ___oC the. __organization_ _ T s
Dr, G Ralph Wolff
ODDS AND ENDS the Amelia Island Mosquito
Control; reported this week thai
Some Slightly Water Damaged the mosquito control crews had
wen doubled In the agency t cf- PHDNC >.I :17..

ONE-HALF OFF LIST PRICE tint to combat the wreckage and A GOOD STORE FOR THE ft RICH *,., y'- .. ..... : t
*water left by last weeks hurry
Reg. 29.93 Reg. $J9.00 Reg. $1900 cane: Dr. Wolff further stated that

approximately five miles of dittos '
NOW ( on the North end of the Is. A. S. ALLAN
and have been clogged with fall. I
$15.00 $20.00 $25.00 Inll debris and blowing sand,, I
Hearty 20 miles are blocked and I !
', '' ALL FLOOR SAMPLES SOLD) AS IS Irainage slowed to the point that FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA
here might be some breeding ofnosqultocs ,
on the South end of ;
he Island r .
Rlbhts.of.way and hammock fog.
BGROUPEDROOMI)1ESSlilt i ling roads are nearly all Impassible
1itiiti r'3 : Dr. Wollf added ,
"We anticipate to get drainage
\\IIII ipcned to the extent that It will

.., MIKKOIl ircvcnt as much breeding of mos

.. CHESTS DOUBLE liED iiiltos Itches as and possible fog roads To back get all In Our Hat is Off (and it didn't blow off ) and our Thanks

".! ; FULL: SIZE Ioud([ condition will take about I
p four months, however
u "It Is fortunate that this dlnascr 'I are given to those who took part in watching out for .
$7888 : has come In the fall when ,
'ml l weather will slow the hitchng .

DOWN of mosqultos( and will Hive of the citizens of Amelia ;
$5.00 I[ he Mosquito Control! time to have I the interests and property
Iralnahe I back to normal 1 before
wing and summer," he coneludd .
I Island during DORA'S Visit'! e

: L:*: : y 4PIECESECTIONAL lust Ramblin' .---

"w 4 tintinued! from Page One) !I Especially to the local Police, Sheriff's Department, the ::
I Necessity Is the mother 01'1I000e..
SOFA trig or the other or so the old i
'lie'he Bill Wean n,hiked
let the lack of power during I Ito Utility men, Telephone and Radio crews and the many ::

High Pile Nylon" Assorted( ('ol- lurrleanc Dora ruin all these -
b -
$15800 toeidies In his deep frieze su he I r
Puum Roerttibleip- ,
ors jusl ran an extension cord a con. : others who took part, I would say
Cushions. friend Harry
pered iderablc dlsance to
I $->.00 DOWN:< 'sole', house where power had 1,! =

*'en rtktorcd! Bet there are Ms -
IIf f usher wished they could have'
, dnne< the same thing i "A JOB WELL N

j 7-PIECE DINETTE Cur Waller Preston Jr. civil DONE"A. --
lease director, auks that hasten
36"x60" Table fjll(/I le t slider'. W.PAP be cited for IKmplary w

(' work during lIurrll'lInefJura S. Allan, Jr. =
We Just add this to the ac. r
6l="YI. (lades we handed said station ..

., ; 4 COVERED CHAIRS I :%etJJuf1JeaReg. last week rW

! Chamber; Asking i =
8th Street ,
329 South
Return of Ballots
$89.95 i
t The Fernandina Beech Cham
261-4383 -
>er uf Commerce la asking Ihal =
$62.00 ill members return their ballot
I i
for new directors ;
$1 DOWN : Deadline for the return It to.+

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h.CJM .j dwrlxauer,4erlauDallubuncnrforlda: ( '.1'ilureuulr_I I J eptrluatt'iY/, .-;1-,' I I: ,< Mrs\ Ted I Waiiace'i i -May CARD wo extend OP THANKS our\ sincere

PERSONALS Honored thanks and appreciation: to Nasiau

Mrs. 'Don Brown ,Ella Hardee Circle I Wed September 4 i Ledford Circle I County Red Cross Civil chapter Defense, to, those the man.local

At Bill Crosby and Paul Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Markham the Junior High School shel.
Feted ,At Has'Meetlng clog
rerturned to St. John's River Jr. of Brewton, Alabama, and young The Shirley Ledford Circle ol ter, and particularly to Mri. Mary)

Methodist CircleThe Mierzejewski HomeThe College Sunday night after spendIng .I grandson, Mark Haddock, are here the First Baptist Church met at Libby, "Red" Bean and the many

the weekend with their par. for two weeks at their beach homeon the home of Mrs W. C. Owens at others who provided us safe lodging
Edith Flood Circle of Me. Ella Hardee Circle of Me. eats Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Y. North Fletcher Ave. 10 o'clock Wednesday Mrs J. H. the hurricane

mortal Methodist Church met Sep mortal Methodist Church met at. ,, Crosby and Mr. and Mn. S. R Write, chairman, welcomed the during ) Mr. Robert Lannon
tember IS, In the Parish Hall. the home of Mri. Waller Mlerte.Jewikl Stevenson Mr. and Mrs Vernon Pickett visitors Mrs. V. E. Selph, Mri. D. (signed

to order $ on September ISth. Delictoui a t and children, Vance and Paulette, A. Thoobold Mr*. James Dunnam and children.
called I
by The the meeting chairman wax, Mn. Luilld royal, refreshment were served to MINI Lyn Wllion left Sunday '1 arrived Friday from Pollard, Alabama I and Mr*. J. C, Motlayaw The I I
twelve members 'rorIacon\ Georgia to rnter the I to spend several day with honored guest for this meeting

with fifteen member present. Mn.' H J. ,Bailey read a timely I i freshman class at Wesleyan College his parent Mr. and Mr. Cecil I was Mr. Theodore Wallace who

Mill Kathleen Davie gave the Item written by MM Jerl Sheffield N if A't. She was accompanied by I| Pk I belt, Sr.:, and c other relatives. was presented a corsage by Mrs '

Devotional entitled "BardenHtmRelllllon" _, "Epitaph To Dora" to open f W her parents, Mr. and Mr. E. P. They were accompanied by Mrs White. 'I LOOKSEXPENSIVE
taken from "Little Lei. the business meeting 7'vitas ,' Wilson, Jr. who enjoyed the open. David Plckett of Valparaiso who IsI I Mrs Orls 'I II
eons In Spiritual Helmlon", Mr*. The Spiritual Life was ', ieT9 festivities, House I I Hlgglnbotham gave
program JF'b f hag day Open visiting her parent, Mr, and Mrs the devotion and Mrs. Dunnam
Lora Michael nave the Missionary presented by Miss Robbie Lee a at Magnolia Hall, home of the Ray Seville. I I
I offered the ,
Cducatltn! aludy about the Migrant Thompson using the book "What president, Dr. Earl Strickland, a prayer

Worker, his problems and hard Jesus Moans To Me" ai the mi In Veranda Supper at the \Mt. Vernon Mrs J. J. G. Cooper; left Sunday I Mrs J. C, Bennett gave a brief I

ships. theme. Dining Hall and a meeting to spend ten day In Augusta, Ga. synopsis of the program! "WMU I ACTSEXPENSIVE

The October meeting will be held Mr. E. E. Jones read missionary .i i + r9 of the Pirentu' Club with key with relatives and friends. Helping! In the Church Worship"

at the home of Mrs Hilda Valero. studies and goals from "The Me. members of the faculty. I I Mr. Ruth Conner Is In Riverside as vice scheduled In the Royal S\'r'j
Mrs Dyal and Miss Davit reported thndlut Story" magazine. I
Hospital In Jacksonville where she
their visit to Mrs. Edith Flood who Mri H. J. Bailey and Mrs. W. F. John 0. Willis of Stevenson Ala. As this was the )last meeting of I

It In Hhenlde Hospital, Jackson Dragnet announced that they had bama ti visiting wllh his family on underwent surgery on Tuesday, this circle for the year, all reports : but costs

vllle. lent two packages of baby clothe I the beach this week. I Mri. D. A. Partin, Mill Eloise were given. It was decided to

Following the benediction, I to the Congo. Theae articles were I Friend of Mr. Ray Seville will Purlin, Mr. and Mr*. Walt Mlerte. send the balance In the treasury i I ) so little I

stork shower was held for Mrs handmade bv the circle member regret to hear she entered River. I Jewskl and children, and Mr. and to the orphan sponsored by this

Don Brown The circle will cut out more clothes r side Hospital In ,Jacksonville on circle. I

A corsage made up of baby lOX, on September 29 In Parish Hall and 1 I Monday for,, a series of tests be. I Mr. Paul Burns and family, re. Mrs. E. R Bound, cochairman I

"n presented to the honoree. The give them to the World Friendship fore undergoing surgery Wednesday t cently attended the wedding of Mra. presented Mrs. Wbll.I IIh a gift

gins were presented In a bassinet Gina to complete as their service ,L. .. .__ ,. .... ,. 1 I morning. Partln'i grandson, David Farr In of appreciation from the group

rolled out by Mri. Dyal and Mrs project. Mr. end 'Mrs. Dewey Alexander Orlando.Mr. I Mrs. Wallace was presented a I I
The October meeting will be held I I Mr. and Mr*. Thomas 0. Hall, shower by Ihe circle, and recclv- I

Lay.The table was covered with awhile at use home of Mri. Harold Penton Miss Jerri Nails, daughter of couple will make their home In returned Labor Day from a three and Mrs. Noble Hardee of ed many useful gifts

lace cloth and centered with Mr. and Men James. T,. Malli of Atlanta. day cruise to St. Augustine In Brownsville, Texas are visiting this A delicious luncheon was enjoy.ed .

\ a floral arrangement of pink car. Yulee, became the bride of Dewey their Sloop LIBTOM, JR., They week with Mrs John R. Hardee by all\ with Mrs. Charles Grant
Hi Ho Come
nations, and blue delphinium.A 'Alexander of Atlanta Oa. ,In a Party tied up at the local Marina Mon. and Mrs J. A. Smith and many Joining the group at this hour.

delicious punch cake. mints To The 'Fair lovely candlelight .ceremony Fri Mr. and Mrs. C. C, McKendree day evening just ahead of the on. other relatives and friends.

and null were served. day evening > September 4, a"" the entertained the honored couple coming Hurricane Dora. After removing
I October'H-15: Church ,The bride. their boat Mast, and setting Mils Sharon Ann Moyer, daughter
Hedges Baptist and their attendants at a buffet Nelson Is Stork Club the beautiful neweLTRA
of Rev. Moyer, among
Is the ion of Mr. And Mn several extra (lines, their boat
Sunshine Girls 1 You haven't really travelled until groom supper at their home following the 600 in the freshman class at
you travel ,theireute to the Fair P. L. Alexander of Atlanta rehearsal Thursday evening. rode out the storm, along with one at Lakeland .
To Meet On'September Woo of Silver affair the or two others that remained In Florida Southern College Mr. and ,Mrs. James T, Carter
with the hoboe starring( In the The Rev. -Jerry Curry Enjoying the with She I Is a 1064 graduate of
22 mane Club ,Follies, "The Hoboes Creek, Mississippi officiated at the wedding< party were, Mr. and Mrs. the marina and survived the storm announce the birth of a son on

Fare To the Fair" to be presented double ring( ceremony at seven James T. Nails, Mr and Mri. D. without damage FBHS. September 4 at St. Luke's In Jack. a "ODua" 01' 5t.e1ui2
The Sunshine Girls will meet at ", on October 14 and IS. These zany thirty o'clock. L. Alexander, Mr. Dorothy Roberts Tommy Hall, Jr., who li a sec Mr. Dolly Hall, putor of the sonxlllc. Thomas Scborn weighed

the Masonic Temple on Tuesday, characters are entertained In a variety As the guests assembled, Mrs Mrs Thomas Crosby, Miss ond year student at North Florida Church of God of Prophecy, Mill 6 lbs and 3 oz*. at birth.

September 22 at 3,:00 .p,m. All I of '-way'en r their )Tamblln' II W. H Flood rendered a programof Barbara Harvey Mrs Ellington, I Junior College at Madison visited Shirley Hall and Mrs. Vlcle Gwinn Mr and Mrs Norman Sutton of. !

members are urged to attend. trip.and we hope you will be there nuptial mualc at the piano and grandmother of the bridegroom, I his parent last weekend after are among the delegate attending bums, Loulsana, wish to announce .

I I |o share'In'tlto'fmi.-Watch for fur. accompanied Bob Springer ai he Mr. J. T. Nails, Sr., grandmotherof taking In the Beatles Show In the 59lh General Assembly of the the birth of a son on August

Use The Clarified Ada ther dejallar' ang, "I Love 'You Truly" and the bride, Mri. W. II. Flood II Jacksonville Friday night He has I Church of God of Prophecy now 28 at Terrbonne General Hos. JEWELS'
pltal. Norman Shawn weighed 7 17
- -- I I "The Lord's Prayer" and Mn. Peggy Williams. again been assigned editorial! duties In session at International headquarters
-- the attendant Cleveland Tenn. Ibs and 9'i' ozs. at birth. D unbreakable mainspring
the evening In ,
the school Tlmlquana
Spiral candelabra, holding> nine nn paper
I I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawkins of
e smart new designS
MAEIELLEN'S lighted tapers, flanked''tie center gifts* of were remembrance presented appropriate TraUbiaier.. Mrs Ruth Mattox, Mr. and Mrs. Lynchburg,' Virginia announce the shock Militant "*"*t

I pyramid candelabra, against a I Mr. and Mn John Bryant of I Charlie Earl Harden and children birth of a son. The little lad weigh.ed D many ether value ftiturtfII
I background >.! jntgiolU leaven at the I of Folkston were visiting Mrs. 7 Ibs. and 8 ozs. Mrs Hawkins .
Saturday I "
spent 'o.
St. Mary ;
r; :- "'
SCHOOL OF iATONTWflltNB end greenery. Large whit baskets Mrs. H. W. Fishier home of( 'Mr, and Mrs Thomas Y, Mattox's sister Mrs Thomas Y Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs &. s:;::..... 'd
I holding arrangements 'of white Crosby. Crosby Sunday. Elbert Gill of this city. '..; .,, :' 3
chrysanthemums aid greenery Guest Of Saint I I Paternal grandparents are Mr. .; t, / ti'.w'. ;

REGISTRATIONS FOR FALL:'CLASSES were placed on each tide of the Girard ''Chapter and Mrs. Don Hawkins of Lynchburg ;i:'ta\JO',3- 1

ARE NOW BEING TAKJ EN 'I altar.Mr. ..: .
3 YEARS OF AGE AND,UP, *, Ana Curvy was' tar .lal r's >Mei bn ef the Saint Girard ,(.. 4.I'1.

I matron of boner Bridesmaid were Chapter, Saint Peter' Eplseopil 1 TheGarden I Fun Club Slated i iI '. )! : 9J
CALL NOW.FOR.YOUR..cLASSPLACEMENT : I Miss flails Jones, MUl Nancy Church, met .t t the hsme of Mrs. III prices plus Fedl'll tnJNlflIlM

I Alexander, sitter of the bridegroom Albert HaMaker on September 14' For September 25 M>
'. Twirling! On> The -March end >Mill -jean Nails, den The meeting was opened with a Basket I Jit* fftbfy

49 'Dance Twirling ler'of the bride. Little MIll Kathy prayer by MM. Carolyn Vlzcar.I The Recreation Dprtment announces .
Pllts, daughter of T Mr. and ,Mrs. rondo.Mr\. to all boys and girls In 5th I CLTRA */

Contest Twirling Jack Puts of Yule, wan' Rawer *. Dot Blalock, program BY JANE SCCFIELD I and 6th grades that the 5th fc 6th I
Grade Fun Club will begin Friday,
girl chairman Introduced Mri. H. W. c FOWLER'S.JEWflRY
There Will Also"Be Clam* Held In Yulee Fishier guest speaker, who gave decidedly September 23th: from 3:30: to sue
The attendant won Identical .Each year we write In praise of swamp conditions, do like a
MARl ELLEN INGRAM, InStructorPHONE gowai of ea green satin, designedwith aa Interesting and Informative talk the Dutch Iris. We would not have moist IOU rich In organic mat. II p.m. The activities of the Fun Club Folk I I
will be centered mainly around
fitted bodice! with rounded OD the Jewish Faith. Mr. Fishier .
: numberpf
28) 6990 a spring come without a ''
ter.Those Dancing and There will
neckline, tiny 'cap 'slnvn.and touched on such subject /ttUw* them blooming to our yard, and I Iris giving the most reliable games become

-1 bell-ahaped skirt. Their headpiecewas llglous service, religions fKitfrMIn we think they thrive quite .well on bloom In our sandy soil are no dues required to a 314 Atlantic Ave
-'- i- member' of this club.
worship'as well I
-a laMn .pillbox covered with places Amelia Leland Floridians are told the Dutch Iris grown from bulbs. Phone 261.3420

matching silk tulle, complemented a* the custom observed In the that the fabulous bearded and Jap. Even these, we are warned, are --

with a tiny circular veil-They wore home, and pointed out many of enese Iris are not for our climate M subject to rot and do not carry over I and prolong the Iris blooming season LAY AWAY NOW FOR
green satin slippers and tarried the religious holiday observed by and that we fare better If we stick from season to season too well If for a couple of weeks. There CHRISTMASi

large arm bouquet of long-etem member of the Jewish Faith. to the! bulb isle (as opposed to left In the ground and even If too : are some very lovely color combinations :
i- med chrysanthemum Mr. Fuhler graciously answered and among them. i
I green those growing from rhizomes) much time elapses before digging.
I Little Mine Puts wore a floor the question of the group. 'f to the native Iris of Loulnana and From experience we have learned 1---- -- -

'length white polished cotton froek The ro-hoot.s, Mrs Hardaker! Florida. ''These evergreen ,motive that the most successful time to I DEDICATED TO TON BNO HAITISTEGER
and Mr ., Emmie Sue Ellisor
A bond of green satin< with '!long the erv-: : varieties, while not requiring real dig Is when the foliage and stem
ed refreshment following
streamers, accented the Empire pro. have died to straw color, when I

lines. She wore a white tulle pillbx gram. I with the help of a pronged trowel '
Members Mrs. 'See for
with tiny veil and carried a present were I I or digging fork the bulb cluster us
nNI,1 Belly Davis, Mrs Cirrlyn Vlicar. Home Room Chairmen
y white basket.tilled .with row pet. may be lifted with the stem In. all needs for
rondo Mrs. Mottle Sehuett. Mrs
.' als Slated To :Meet 'In tact. The stalk Is then cut off and
Lads Kavnuklls. Mrs. Dot Blalock,
Master David .Williams, son .of the bulb allowed to dry In the the sick
I Mrs. Bobble O'Leary, Mrs Wanda Cafeteria I room.
Rev. and Mrs Frank Williams of FridayAll hade and then Stored where they
Hardaker, and Mrs Emmie Sue
'wrIo's Yulcc, was ringbearer and carried have ventilation until planting :
: zoo"f and Elementary
Elllser. Junior High
f e the wedding bands on a white time. By this method one gets Rely on cur professional -
The October meeting of the School home room chairmen and
1 with satin I bulbs each but of
sBtln pillow adorned more year help in select-
chapter will be held in the homeof co-chairmen are urged to attenda ,.
ribbons tied In Love knot course It Is time consuming to dig ; S
Reptile Prints Ray Ellington, uncle of the Mrs. Kavouklls on Stanley meeting to be held In the Junior and replant the bulbs If left In I 1i' ing wick! -room a up.
Drive. High Cafeteria en Friday, September
bridegroom served as best mm I 18 at 2,00 p,m.' Subjects of the the ground a fair percentage will .f, plies and equipment
l1y and groomsmen were, Floyd Gar. not rot and these Iris are fairly '
meeting will be the annual membcrshli I Our stock is complet
colt, Wayne Williams, Atlanta. Mrs Henry Cook Inexncnslve. 4
) and carnival
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t a i Ga, C. C. McKendree and Jack Hostess To Mamie These Dutch Iris are usually and up-to-date.

Pitti I planted' Jn late October through I I us your one
Given In marriage by her fath. Mills Circle St,'Poul's Chapter November. We are writing about stop headquarters

er, the brunette bride was never I Women of St. Peters j them early so those Interestedmay I II for everything to
lovelier than In her wedding I The Mamie Mills Circle of the I order named varieties Instead
de sole andrrembroldcred Memorial Melhndist Church held comfort your ill. ,
of while
(gown poau Has Luncheon
of mixtures .
MeetJ I buying or picking .
,sly PA l4luNauAnaaafp4Ta: I 'Shi ;' Abacus ,lace !)dN-1 Its program meeting at the home] I them* fpm btas marked (rtth the t it F y

I ,j t'J\ o)od a !" 1 of.( \Mr*, 'Jlenry Cook. The! hostess1Wfvfiff' Mrs7"ll;: I. jtlcoflik! v.aSS'hoste'S I color only\ We have a catalogue
,t t, I lirl '..'rit etaS'ba.: ., 'hfa1' tI'I
bodice was complemented with a I loathe meeting. St. ''Peters, on Tuesday mornlnl'l, varieties of Dutch ,Iris and ;
neckline and elbow length. Mrs. W. W. Stewart Jr. Chair.
I rounded September 13th at 11:00: eleven' of their slightly smaller
slecvoThe bodice, ,and front,,of man, opened the meeting with her home 'In Amelia City. Mrs. and a little later blooming sisters,
I bell ahaped skirt, prayer and welcomed the 12 memo the devo DRUG CO. :
I the floor length, Ralph Wood conducted the Spanish Iris these latter InI ,
7a 1 I were Interspersed with floral de. bees present.' tional \In the absence of Mrs. Frank I IMra. I eluding some of the brown and ?
back, The Spiritual Life Atlnllt'Ave) .
lace. In
lien appliques .of programs en. Lambrlght, Devotional Chairman I bronze colors Some of the seed
I titled, "The Top of the Hill", and Plume MI-JOT
,,r eA I wide panels with lace appliques Arthur Markham, Chapter catalogues carry a number of
formed a circular Chapel train "Light for the Pnth Up Ahead", Chairman, conducted the buninessmeeting : these named Dutch varieties
of seed were presented by Mrs W, H. I I
She wore a coronet pearls and made the following There are quite a few shade of
nod 'sequins! secured to a volumInoi's RusflcU, and Mrs. R. B. Lock. announcements: Parish Supper on', blue and combinations ot blue
veil of sheerest Il wood 'gave, "Harrison Memorial
fingertip I Wednesday! evening. September
I I ranging from the early light
I fusion She carried a bouquet of College In the Philllplncs". as the 23rd: General Meeting Women of blue Wedge ood. which we all I
Man TheatrePhone
sleDhnnotls spiked with lllyof-the. Missionary Education program. St. Peters on Monday evening Oe. know, to the velvety purple of ,

valley and centered with a white I The members reported having I,lober 26th In Whitney Hill; District I Professor Blaauw. This last nam.
with white latin made 26 visits, and the I
held announce.
orchid November
1 meeting In Jacksonville, .
ed variety Is one of the most sat.Isfactory 261-4849 C. E. Beach Mgr\
Sweetheart bows meet of the rummage sale to beheld 13th and Annual Smorgasbord varieties one cm grow, !
For her daughter's wedding with the Edna Davis circleon 14lh. -
on Saturday, November very large flowers on tall\ vigor. ,
Mn. Nails chose a becoming en.I September 17 through 11, In the was then turnf'll''I I FRIDAY & SATURDAY
The program! ous plants and those we have
we've line greatest semWe' of ,chiptpagne, Lace, worn old Ingram Furniture building, over to Program Chairman, Mrs. failed to dig seem to come back '
in (hone! fabulous Reptile with bone accessories and a cor. was made. H. J. Scofield. The member were from year t to year The yellows I II
sage of American Beauty reefs I It was also announced that the very fortunate that Mrs Scofield I range from lemon to light orange, Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30: & 7:30
Printealllhewayfronti.arJe ( mother of the W.SC.S. meeting would be held
I Mrs 'Alexander
had chosen for program discussiona and yellow and white comblna1lions.
to Mono Croreo. Till')'ro bridegroom, selected a handsome I hi Parish Hall on September 28 at Chapter from a book found In the We like Golden Lion, a !! "ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS"
suit of blue lace She 12:30.: A covered salad luncheon
two piece .
of her Mrs ruffled
treasures grandmother rather expensive one. for Us !
the mot and at Jitine liltlu wore matching blue accessories Is being! pi i niicd by the Bernice In Or.fIon
J, W. Brooms published 1920. petals We like Virginia IN TECHNICOLOR -
Datcliooli jiriiei. and a l'orageIf American beau. Lowe Circle hostesses for the entitled "The Gospel of Life": the too for Us combination of blue
meeting. Mrs J. B Thompson, Friday 9:10 Saturday 4:40 & 9:10
ty roses.Immediately : :
i Author was The Rev. Phillips Stan. standards, yellow falls and Ivory
$5.99 to $6.99PARTIN'S following the cere chairman will use as the program dish Gilman then Rector ot St center. In the browns Le Mogul I II
mony a reception waR held In the subject, "Hearing God Speak I f fI "BLACK SABBATH"RORIS
Paul Church In Winston Salem, Is an attractive flower eves
the Bible"A '
Town Hall ''N. C. with an Introduction by Eal.I though the plant Is rather small, i
covered study course will be taughtby I KARLOFF
The bride's table was
tern North Carolina Bishop\ Thames the prettiest brown we have seen |
with an Imported damask cloth Rev. Nelson Mo\er on October I Campbell Darst. Chapter chosenfor that Is really not exorbitant Inprice. ; IN TECHNICOLOR -
I and centered with a wedding' cake 6, 7, and 9, with the classes be. discussion was "Thorns of the ,I .
of tiers mounted on white column ginning each evening at 7:30: p.m. .
I pedestals topped with a miniature The meeting was closed with Flesh- : For most effective planting use SUNDAY & MONDAY
I bride and bridegroom Cry. the circle benediction I Members present were Mrs. Sco. groupings of the same variety. If
field. Mrs. F..H,, Hobeln, Mrs Win. one tries for a pleasing combination SEPTEMBER 20 & 21
stud candelabra spiraled with Ivy,
die Brotks. Mrs, Arthur Markham. of color by usiag different'
held lighted while tapers Mrs. Vernon Plekett and children I 7:30:
Mrs Ralph Wood sad special guest varieties the blooming dates don't1seem
Serving I'akeI're !Mri Jack returned to their home In Pol
\Mrs. James D Ellisor with daughter coincide and all one gets
Pitts and Mrs! Waller Johnson, lard Alabama on Tuesday after to "WILD AND WONDERFUL"TONY
I Mary' Elizabeth Also Is of seemingly sparse
Mr. and Mrs. enjoying two periods
Sr. \Mrs Calvin June and Mr*. visiting his parents I*
Frank William presided at the Cecil Pickett, and other relative a delicious covered dish luncheon I blossoms. Bulbs are planted four I II CURTIS CHRISTINE'KAUFMANNIN
punch bowl They were accompanied by Mrs. at 11 00 noon with the members I Inches deep and three Inches
was Invited guest, urn Carl Qua!. apart. -- TECHNICOLOR -
MU Connie Pills kept the Sadie Sheffield for an extended I '
313 Atlantic Avenue brides' book Rise Barbara Hir visit. She will visit In Mobile with Uebaum. ,Neither the plants nor the flow. -

vcy of I 'Atlanta cwRht 'the'brt'df'' .actssLpew'tnd 'dangMer, 'Mr. The October meeting will ._I era of the Spanish Iris (also Matinee Each Saturday At 2:30: -
Established 1878 bouquet. and Mrs DeWitt Weaver. Sr ,' be. with Mrs. Hobeln at her home on I bulbs) are as large as the Dutch :

Following a wedding trip the tort her return home. North 4th Street. Iris, but they are late bloomer


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Bureau Establishes ," ,' ,. W.Mw.rM. nPA .. "

Office Here; Lists Storm Claim StepsIn I r ,: ; .. ..

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the wake of Hurricane Dora's ante agent from whom the Insur. 4' ..' .
vast devastation. bore, the General ance policy was purchased Give I tt
Adjustment Bureau I national the agent a report of the damage.
loss adjusting organization" has The agent will know the steps to xv F : .. ,
swiftly moved Into! Northeast Flor. take for obtaining an adjuster to
Ich and let up office. Inspect the damage "
The local office Is located nt 327 2. Protect property which has
South Eighth Street In the Mallier I I been damaged Make any temp
Furniture Co. building. phone 261. orary repairs that are necessary ,0
5"10 K G Crltton. CAB executive to prevent further damage Bare I a 1
manager, Is heading the local op. ,, bills and receipts for temporary '
r'YES .1117
cratlon, and today Issued the fol- repair work because eonsldcrntlon :1 YOU
lowing news release: Is given to certain of these repairs I
The property Insurance tndUalry'l I In the adjustment of the
through Iti emergency ]' loss
facilities here, has completed preliminary After the agent Is notified by a &
stages and Insured tastes II' t'r loss sA CAN WIN UP TO. I
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resulting from Hurricane Dora the agent files a "notice of I loss" .
are being processed with dispatch ,t I to the Insurance adjuster If filed
The National Board of Fire Un.derwrlters. I with the General Adjustment Bureau .
New York, which Is I the notice receives attention
comprised of approximately 22 I In the following manner yc <
capital stock Insurance rompan. Loss notices are sorted and assigned I I1J
les had already established Its to adjusting personnel ac.
Catastrophe Loss Adjustment Pro. cording to predetermined geogra.
cedure In Smith Florida following phial tones The tones are served
Hurricane Cleo The NBFU has by trained adjusters whose sole
since khlftrd supervisory personnel purnoie Is to consult with the property .
to the Dora storm areas owner concerning the loss
The General Adjustment Bureau Every effort Is made to do so at
a national loss adjusting organ. the convenience of the property
Izatlon, has implemented Its cat. owner
astrophe loss adjusting plan The After a satisfactory adjustment
GAB Mae set up several emergen Is accomplished the papers are
rv storm offices 4tht< vllle-St: Augustine 7 TernandlnaBeach panics for payment Ills the pur.
areas ;" i I pose of the adjuster to extend to
Cooperating In 'the procedure each policyholder every consideration -
with the NBFU are "the Independent within the bounds of the '
Insurance Rente( who serve i Insurance contract,
the policyholders ofthe NBFU These adjusters are working 11 ill@[}[] :
member companies The catastrophe hours or more each day seven :
commlltee of Urn Florida As. days each week to handle the

soclatlnn of Insurance Agents, they' losses as quickly as possible .
Independent agents' statewide or. However, due to the volume of t ,
ganl/atlon went JnJX action joint. losses It Is Impossible for every
ly with the NBFU' anil'" the adJustor -I one to be contacted Immediately .",,:err
groups Immediately follow. John M UpdeGraff! executive AT FOOD FAIR
log the storms I manager Southeastern Depart
The National Board has these I meat General Adjustment Bu.
reminders for persons whose pro. rests said all of the GAB storm .
pprty has sustained damage: offices will remain operative for
1. Notify the Independent Insur.DORA the duration of,the emergency
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I Church 1 School To Begin AtSt.IPeter's $20,000 I '.,/."' /, .;: ,, : ;'t:' i

.or I Classes September 20 ." <. I I I ,

"The Four Winds"Like I 1 St Peter's Episcopal Church o''; Jiv 4n. 1

all the others of her Ilk, School will begin It's 1164-61 session
She slithered In, as smooth as I'' Sunday, September 20 with registration -\ IN CASH PRIZES! C' 'PLAY CASH SURPRIZE :
silk ) and classes beginning at 11
I clock, as announced by Ralph *
And moved across a sunlit sky If t \/V\ I
Wood, superintendent
That opened wide to let her by. I A rescheduling of the Workshop ; rym

She was a sly, deceptive shrew due to the hurricane limited the
Whose cruel, erratic ways we time originally scheduled for this .-
knew training session However, the staff I 11 1I
Too late, when we had lost the hour Is complete and has become familiar 1I
And fallen victim to her pow'r. with the curricula Class as.

As though avenging come vain slgnments were made on Tuesday t GET YOUR _;
cause, evening with everything set for the ,
She spewed her venom, bared opening 0l'1o11ot lo lor 4lot'
her claws The staff Is composed of Mrs Al I I of I of 1 ot'lot'lorlQ al'- oc .
And with relentless ruthless wrath Hardaker, Mrs Mercury Kavouk- GIVAWAyS or in 'mi mi' i osI'
She cut a devastating path lls Mrs William OLeary. Miss IN LASH :
Through peace and beauty, as she Margaret Ann Taylor Mrs William OF 00LlARS al'IOrlot' ? :
smiled Hogan Mrs Dorothy Blalnck, Mrs pUSANOS Is OhteM Cul e e
IlANK.olce": rind
And lift them ravished and lie- Joseph Stublts Mrs E. V. Garcia, r .. Void NO I' ,.oll'woIIM jV.N.O Ne IurrhaA R,f 1 A EA MIST / ; I
filed Mrs. S. E. Stewart, Mrs. John CARDFOOD .. w w THIS CAADM'NWMUM' NI CARD TO .
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Her name was Dora and they say Seltz Mrs Lawrence Schuett Mrs .. IAs1 000.00 CAS ... Doct 0 CNtf A 1o :
That though she died far faraway G A. Vizcarrondn Mrs E. P. Da.I .. u y ; ,a: .-! W U OtNI OUa ,
via, Mrs James Clark, Mr and N \ .. US1INI OI rURCNASEs ,
.i- YM
From Florida In some vague place Mrs. Paul Burns G A. Vlzcarron. I N r 3 p r.. s N; H rERSONAL RECOAD ggACN, gju
w ::>>
unmourned In her do, Bernard Riley and Mr and I 1 I. r !
And pawed, .. / f1 f1 :
disgrace, Mrs. Olto Phanstlcl!. 1 FAIR N r 401' II' :Z: Z S1 51151 3 1 1 .
Arthur Mirkkham and Mrs ; N r }3ItN I a In SgIS11i2 l b2 --
When whitecaps rise In foaming Mrs ; 1 "t : g S1 5 ))3 2 1 S2 I S1I311f11E
Q S2
substl- y11f2 :
fleece, Rnlph Wood will serve as I I r I .. w N r y .a' 5115X1111511 f1 I --
winds totes. ... t...S; U.. 1
And night birds cry, and r 1XI1I 1
Dennis Bunch will serve as assistant L V : := i111111t 111 j jI 501.501.5011111
Increase I r 0 \ Mud /n 1111 illI11 111.50I
to the Superintendent fillIng : "SECRET 1t Y/n ,..... ;1 111
Her seen ghost: may still be braid or the duties of secretary and sup. I : : .. .. Z ;a dd: NI. ,. IS 1 :
Wilh Cleo Donna and Arlene ply master 61 N r ,'0"I"" pUNCNrURCNASI
Her sisters wilklng hand In hand. 1 AEOUTAIOOA YO ua .
Along a stretch of gulden sand NO
JohnsonContinued ..
breeze Mayor I :
Hearing the echo of the
That whispers "I remember ,
these", ( from Page One) I YOUR BONUS -

And seeking what. shell never j
adopt resolution approving
find "
A place of rest and peace of Walter Preston as coordinatorfor MUCH W.
AS .
the disaster program, the first AMD IT MAY Bl 0; .. \
mind. step required by l.'Wi : A ., II Yr'I It
M S..MPsrlcetCt .DuntyWith "WodneadayIt ameeting s IJ I t{ > '
Compliments "TOW1JUST r 1'f Wi
my Jacksonville representatives of the 1 I i I
In memory of Hurricane Dora office of Emergency Planning. In
conjunction with other Federal I
It's against the law to water ski, agencies, outlined procedural ac.tivltles .N I :
at night/ even during a full moon necessary to Implement
This Florida law may not be very the required assistance from those I
romantic, but It docs help make Federal agencies Involved City COME INTO
safe sport. :
night boating a I
and County officials are In pro. r
cess of adopting the necessaryresolutions -e No Questions FERNANDINA AND PICK UP YOUR FREE BONUS CARD.

attack When It the usuully barracuda assumes Is about a head-to I(I through' the O to.E.P process. These will claims be I I BRING THE CARD IN ONCE A WEEK AND HAVE IT fr

such down times position the In dark the spots water on Its At. Ion personally on) Friday delivered to the by regional Col Pres.of. .e No GimmicksJust : PUNCHED. AFTER 13 WEEKLY VISITS THE MANAGERWILL ;

sides become more prominent, according LIFT THE SEAL ON
flee lor formal action ""-. w SHOWING HOW MUCH .
MarhwUfld! or..t'lorkla.
to "Tne Corp of Engineers will YOU HAVE WON .. IT MAY BE AS MUCH AS $1,000.00!
to handle beach eros sill.
be requested e Loads Of f Free
Ira problems the State Highway ., CAUTION! DO NOT OPEN THE SEAL! THE CARD IS :
Dept In conjunction with Federal '
Register Now; Highway: agencies will be rcspon.ible ; VOID IF THE SEAL HAS BEEN TAMPERED WITHI

o for roads. bridges, etc, and I Io = Cash ';:& Everybody i
the city will deal directly with
Annual ,
other problems covering sanitation PURCHASE REQUIRED TO :
debris clearance, damage to I
PuntPassKickContest ;. city streets etc ,' 'Wins ,A Cash Bonus !
"As a result of the afnrementinn. PARTICIPATE! THISIS NOT :I f
ed activities I our situation Is now
known and understood by those;: '
who need to be aware of its critical .
PRIZES OFFERED. aspects I understand that Con.I I GET I ALL
'Matthews will arrive
J here tonight to rther, assist l In '
Boys'8-13 Years : properly co-ordinating' our picturefrom I THIS PLUS ". ;
a Federal; level. and It seems YOUR BONUS CARD na
GIL VIZCARRONDO. reasonable to conclude that
Director fiindlna Beach wBl be F.r'l I LOW PRICES 7 '1

the same assistance being .
FOR REGISTRATION In other'areas. '
AND FITRTIIER .'! 'Certainly the co-operation ofj I &JFREEMERCHANTS /

INFORMATION( STOP all Individuals, and the actions of I I '..' <).
IN TODAY AT public officials during the hurrl. ., t :1
cane should be commended Whenwe I j '"
realize that crews of pesplc green JJtJfi -" E
Merchants I II ;
Lasserre Motor worked around the clock through +. -

the height! of the disaster without STAMPS WITH AlJ If, .: .' !

-Compuny" encountering a single Injury, sucha t ... ..C .... .. ... __
record Is one which the pent>I. ""'I
of the community can point to with EVERY PURCHASE!

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Six NU8-LeaderFeinandma Bench,Florida Thursday!! September 17, 1964PICTURED

Southern Bell Crews Work Tirelessly To Restore Local Service

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Ai Ihn lint t hurricane alert was v T? a r' 7.i
received on Hurricane D.iraSuulhcrn s
Bell placed Into rlfect
lit Kcednctt Pr.:gnim" which

r 1 b, his been devehpcd, for Just 1 rah
rt cjncririicies: llilu program also
includes he over all rr lnrat.oit:
procedure both during tho hurri. v
cane and after the danger of x

af t ;v sXw'! 6d 3t. wind and water has passed t
Due to this program 65 percent
of all telephones In the Per.nandlna .
area were kept worklnj 1 1T.s
during Hirrlcane Dora, advised
Jack W. Eslltk, tcrnandma Beach "


a x a ar Because of Improved construe
t. lion, air pressure In underground .
nobles and emergency generators 1
t t' I
most telephones functioned through 1!

out the storm Hospllils. aviation 1

control centers, railway, city and
county olllccs, airlines and most

% .4 J'6 rx new media had full service
throughout the storm
Maya Telephone operators reported for
the rising winds.
duty despite
IN COSTUME for their tap routine to "Elephant Walk" are these students Many other operators stayed on

of the Bean School of Dancing./ From left to right: Robin Walker, Melanie July taking naps In the rest areas

Iliuker, Cathy Crisp, Jamie White, Denise Heafner. Ve hope this picture will remind which are readily available to all

you It's time for all students to be registered for dancing lessons. Why not women employees

let your child enjoy all the benefits that come from dancing this year? Call 261.3182 j Testboard men were on duty all

and register with The Bean School of Dancing. (() night during the hurricane. Both
- -- .- -- -- Southern Roll's Plant and Traffic r wsd
!Department had an extra compliment .
of men and women on all
New Insurance High School Echoes. nWil! duly

]More limn 482 repairmen and I IInhnlcil v ,
Agency Opened BY 1 mm from Horldi and t
sthir stales arrived In the Jack- 4'
By State FarmThe LAURA LATIIKOP MIKE IULANTIII lomlllo area within 24 hours li nt l

II nine'lining Is just around the I help total repairmen repair the n
Mule Farm Insurance Co. The Trl III Y has an Initiation coiner, and all four clashes and Jarm/!p much of which was caul. k. *

Juii opened an office here In the coming up next week which should I various other school orgunlzull cd by walirlicpalrmin.
Win llaug Store building corner prove very interesting to the new' are pnpailng I lur this big event I from South Florida
Bull and Atlantic number I CliHS" niLillni.s were held Tuesday and other southern slates arrived .

Arming other 'tlilnga! Dora plnyrd I with Ihc time devoted to Home. by Idiphone I truck while otlurrepiilrrnin

bw havoc will h the bunds marching, coining. were arriving by railway Above In typical nf the telephone damage caused by Hurricane V\e expect to restore all out of service telephones bv

y 'x l practice, so Ihiyrc working extra I The freshman class will elect and pliinoCompllmrntlng. Dora, state Jack Eslick, Beaches Manager for Thursday with the possible exception of some isolated
hard I to Kit ready fir the fleet lost. full' oil lee'rn tomorrow The re the availability Southern Bell Of the 1,500 telephones knocked out by areas. '
ele-ctiem\ will nf personnel, extra supplies needed -
bill chow. Barring aiiollur hurrl suits of this important
Dora about 80'J had been restored by Wednesday night
cant, lit band Is planning! to perform appear In next week s column were rushed In from supply ,
at the Camdcn Gimp. The St'nlorl0111 elect their superlatives homes farther north by the Western .
Another Important group )that and mascot next week Electric Company manufacturing for the many tourists who come to Among the many projects plan ,Iter Association Is the nucleus for
unit of the Bell Art Association this ned by the Art Center In the what be ever.expanding
will make Us debut at our first This years student council, probably and supply area. coming > can an
game are the football cheerleaders one or the most Important or. System Their uniformity and Mrs Faith Britton announced months are several sidewalk source of art appreciation photo

These girls have been working ganirntlnnft In our school, held its skills were needed to quickly repair 'that the opening show by 1tho Art shows, and a show ol seascapes'! graphy sculpture and little theater
damage Fsllek Memberships Open; /1 and driftwood art. Classes being just few of the associated
\ steadily since the middle nf July to election Wednesday the extensive Center Is scheduled for .Sunday are are a
,pa wnla Improve their timing and Im'reuse Couch Wayne Benncrs Pirates said Many trucks and special 'October 4. This will be a show of planned-in sketching, oils and arts that can be' Incorporated
the vnrlily nf cheers The captain missed a week of valuable practice equipment made the trip to First "Show" SetBY "ART OLD AND NEW" and basic art Dates for enrollment)I If you have an Interest In any

this year Is Bebbl Becton, and co- because of hurricane Dora However sonville via "Piggy.Back" will feature old paintings and par. will be announced. soon, so watch of these fields, please contact Mrs

1rW"q captains are Laura Lalhrop and since the Pirates have already ride. J.ek'i PAT MAYO I traits in contrast to recent work for them' I I Britton, or any member of the Association -
Judy Vranckcn Other cheerleaders wlthslm the fury of one hurricane, Thursday morning some by local artists The Fernandina Beach Art Cen I .
are Arty Stein, Trlnh Scarborn, they will be more than ready for teclmlchm with sectional \ The newly formed Fernandina -- ----1"-- .-
Wanda Shealey, Kathy Lewis and the Hurricanes of Camden High of the area surveyed the Individual Beach Art Center Association met

Pauls ,Kornau.?4IlecaatrtarA\ Kay '!I luf best way to support,.the Pl I., ,damage alonff\ with nolle'erolcri \on .Thursday. September!* at,,Usum I l i :.. : ," ,.N'1.r.a '", .' '" f ..., . 1 ,
:" rt'Y, >id'b'abliehtM t9'CW/' : ;!! /:.r ,::411 t 1dd1flrtlt! \ \\ ldt ;;,lR I/,1./n'1gpPgQ t ";gaptyb'my\ :!':; <.,' j.l\t'ht'.t' ft'r'I""j.V' ; yrfag7trw',-i ."x',..1;. war: !
I' Work' has already started on the"Pirate" I Friday night; -' States Navy tram NAS and May. 7th StreetThe I : : : ) ;' : -\i

I our school, yearbook, -See you- next-week- -I- -- port training These and men planning with were advanced ready I meeting was opened by the 'I' : n" : ," ;i :, ; :; ,4 "

Director, Ed Mahoney, who Intro. '
.. for Just such an emergency as r .
'.. super roads. I duced Director of Finance, Mrs ; "
Hurricane Dora. '. /1
Manager of the new agency IsjVU. Wren Addresses 'It Is proposed 'Wren said, "to Venlta Newsome and Program I \: ', 'r" '

.Haw kins, 39, who comes her show thin film to 470 junlur and mint Director Mrs. Faith Britton ,, Ni;: .' a '''''' ,
from his native Jacksonville. He Kiwanians OnEzpresswayw senior high schools throughout the Peck "Wolves" To Mahoney announced that memberships <" ", y ,,. 1', '
State The film Is also available are now on sale, and may '
atiUl be the only State Farfn Agpll ; I
him Mrs. \ \H.1 :
from or
lnTfa.sau Couety.Hewklne'1tas tn civic clubs and fraternal groups be purchased .
I SafetyBY wl&hlnlto show the same" Meet Douglas Ncwsomc A Participating Membership ,
/ been "In the fhiur.jmce / taken costing $1000, per year, '... t: ""i .
of the scenes were
business for a number of Many \ the use ol
voting privilege
yean with one of 'the largest life TOMMY HALL from the air by helicopter. "Di iv- i Anderson SaturdayThe offers the studio facilities to working ait l 'sus .t RG ':1

companies He has recently com. Edward i Ing em the expressways, Wren Ists at the leisure\ as well
On Monday night, J.I
Meted company prescribed train. Wren assistant director of information continued "Is entirely different I "Wolves" of Peck High as storage space for materials use !.

lag courses. and research for Florida | from driving along ordinary I School will open their regular I I of the gallery to show and sell r
He U married to the former streets and highways Minimumand football season Saturday night In work, and a workshop meeting ri aa I ,
Audrey Thomas of Milliard and Slate Road Department was guest I maximum speed. are (faster, 7 30 which will Include
Club the Wolves den, starting at ; once a month
at the
they are the parents or four chI! speaker and the driver must be constantly demonstrations, lectures and movies
*ren, three of whom have entered ing and was Introduced by mel.t'l alert to the ..1I1n.I hleh Indicate pmThe .
(chairman. Tom Diliby.i Douglas Anderson team y :
schools here gram
the public approaching exits and approachesto .HE
The Hawkins are making their i Joe Scoflcld I manager of (he tho expressway entrance.. The was District Champ last year and Patron Memberships are available : '
Is expected to bring a well bal. for the many persons of this '-
tame at South cipher( Avo ( alj" was also n, guestof where !
,,41.. ; ( : the Club and hM.arranged the driver mint know he II Doing anccd team to the city community who though not artlsHthemselves
and when to turn to get support
wish to help
In cooperation with Dig The Peck Wolves will field a ,
Precaution Urged Visiting Kiwanians were Dcvct- of art
; by. new team this year along with the Center for the promotion
Lifeguards Secured Intensified effort te Purvis of the Jesup, Georgia, tho now head coach, Henry Gil- appreciation Patrons will also ,: ,
Speaking of the '
and Robert Patterson of the Invited
club and '
have voting privileges are ..
yard, Another member has also .. .- rt +rp7a.w
of the Sttto Road DepartmentIn -
For This Season Knoxville Klw anls Club. I A patron
been added to the coaching. staff, to all meetings '
with the Department ,
conjunction Klwanlan Louis Ferreira had as membership may be purchased for [I ,
Charles McCoy .
announcement Is made of Public Safety to provide i:
A special
his guest, Gene Blaekwclder, new who expect to witness $300 per year .
this week by Charles T. DeSandro, better lately on the public ex- Jacksonville HERE'S
official of tho Florida National urged to be Visiting guests from the t..f
exciting arc
DII'fi'WI'.4Ir' Recreation of this city, presswiye of our Slate, Wren presented Bank of this cityBert an game Beach Art Guild were Mill f .
tttATHrceuards will no longer be onanay In council Inn with his talka on hand Jewel Kugcl ,, '
Maxwcll presented his Bind. along with' Mimi Fimhtr Mm
as The Perk High
.at the beaches Again, every. film entitled 'Expressways Can I who CHEVROLET'SSTRONG
Mrs. Olin, gralewly -
". !guest, Major Klrkhnd of the Am. (the Matching "!)rallnns"1'111' en. and Mr and
"t.l ungcd to extreme cau. Be SafcuaysThe
one use benefit of thcli
Uun-wiien swimming at the beach film, probated by LcRoy'I II I 'rlcan Red Cross, who Is conduct. tertoln all spectators during halftime offered the Art Asoclation .
In firming/ an
the local operations of ARC experience
this time of year. Do not permit Crocks Productions of : I of this kind. LONG
with the
In tills city In connection
to play In the surf mint depleted the many sarasuta'i
ckfjdjen. thus Asso.
doubt Hint
in Hurricane Dora Disaster Relief Research' conducted! by the Flor. There Is no .!ica ,f
motorlNls traveling
tended Do not venture out far Into I by 8hnwithut datum can be a real asset to the
and also xlrnwcd the.I Key Club guests were Barry Ida Board of .inncrvatUm
Cke.surf.: And ubove all, never rxpirsiwnys" It will provide a place
and Dickie Fox of BUS. edging and filling may be ommunty
to drive these Rice
..wl alone. proper way over }
-. -- "- -. harmful to marine lireI hlch for local artists ti gainer, encour. : <
spawn and develop In low marshlands age cultural taslcs In young peo. \ '
pie and become a point of Interest I V '+
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Peck High School Football Roster OF '"'''',-f,? '$' -.(>'0''. ',;

lit. Wt Grads >:;ft1.' '
1'08. .,
Name _. .
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/ .Juliu:4: Alth'l'n18n I': G' I" 18i: 11

Jessie: : Antlet'man '1' G' 2" 210 UI '

v I Sam III'11\\'n Ill I 5') II) z" 151 1'Runald '

Faker g I v) 8" 112 11

(ll'nell lIenjamin 1\\ 5'I) :i" IW: 12 workpowerTRUCKS

ISpl'ncce ('Layton 11 I 5') 3" HI 10(

NEW : Jamie: Durham T\ Ii' 1" 212 11

Joseph I elelllio G 5' 7" 18i: 10

I William George 1\\ 5' 6"I 150 12I' I
FOR 65!
ee IBIIackaDBChi" (I'hnrlio illol.rt: B 5' 11"!, 206 11

I U'202 V4V DELUXE DRILL I' Tummy\ Cowen; 1\\ I 5' 5" 140 12LlnwolIIl
the best In 4- and cylinder V8 and
NEW U1 UTILITY A precision medic 08U4t Jackson I': 6' 0" 179 11Jamee MOil models more fngfntt ,
M.w SANDER I beirlnj unit with 14 aear. : Johnson G 5' 8" 111 I 9I moil Chivy workpowirl diesell power, 18 tough truck engines
I Light! Compect! and sddtlcnil power I 5') 10" 15:1: : I U Including 4 new lower cost
$bi U11LI1T ; I John Johnllon n trucks diesels. Here's the huskiest bunch
Dependabi linishIng ( I umln enjl- The long strong tine of Chevy
: IeI
DRILL KIT under. alai nindH. Jimmie John:4on: 1.: I 5' 10" for '65 Is rolling In with miles of new of haulers that ever came looking!
26 Piece Kit eiturlrj :, I IIn Pod Jonoll G 5' 8" 111 t I 11 working equipment. Like that hand. for work I
.i* drill 4 accessor ej NEW U 1SIC I, Michael Jenkins (C: I Ti) 8" 153: :i I l some Fleetside pickup that leads the Our word for all this Is workpo.ver.

sand-polshrind* o : JIG SAW KIT I 22Eslrabladrsversa Lpllterra: ClI\ B I v) I 9") 157: 11 pack one of the 18 pickup models That the stuff that makes a truck a
butt or drill { Sturdy metal cue- G' I" Ills! : 12: .
PIECES Alexandl'l'IIIIII'y; T In the line this year real truck A hard nosed money-saver.
101 Utility Jig Sax, I Sum ut'I Peterson QB Ii' 0" 17i: 12 Further along,you'II find economical[ Yes, work power's here and Chevy's
U tttt Robert Recd c v 71 :" 1:17: 10 Chevy-Vans, a wide selection of walk. got it, In such a variety of types and

u i tY u UTILITY ; I ? I DRILL Kenneth Shepherd\ 1 I': I 5' W" li:1: : 12: In vans, a bigger choice of big trucks, sizes that picking the best truck for
/g PowtiSAW DRILL 1' k. I XITwl : fotlward: Simmlln! T' Ii' .1" 197 11 more job.tailored components-trucks your job will be easier than it s ever
Ir 7V"Sawfor 1 YEAR Uthello'I'n'ner (n 5' 11" 187 12 built to fit your business and budget. been before If you're In the market

/ the pace of a ,rltt SERVICE' i Useful for acussorlss UtttnO '80 (hurle! White E: 5' 8" Ui: 1'.; And under those hoods you'II find lust get In touch with your dealer
+or any
v 88 e0 drilh I George Glover! r. I 5' 8" ill 12Hcbert
r I RD'lIor G 5' 7" 149!) 11 Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck
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,Paul Aaron T fi I) I 9") 1117 12 --- -- -

Hardware Joseph R:1U11I G 5' 6" 140 10
Points &
Five Grocery
HE'nrr Gilyard (Head Couch WOODWARD MOTOR CO.

DEALER FOR BLACK & DECKER POWER TOOLS I Chal'll'!! McCoy Ansiatant Couch- ----
JFJVE POINTS PHONE 261-5205 I South 8th! Street FERNANDINA BEACH, FL\ Phone 261.3636re
j Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results


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Dora Deals Damp Devastation

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.taeLeclared/ Disaster Area; Loss In The Millions

4. -. Strong Security Results In No Casualties -1.euUi.rYirwmliiia; J Bern, Hoi id la;i Thursday, September 17, 1061! & Page l-Aapes.

I ,., .
; g, ,;.,""" .. .. (Renrlnted L>\' Rciiuest I FI'on1 StDt )10() edition( )

Feinundmu Hciich, II l digging inliis vivre' in "|,nation m'd|
t out ",',,11Ine\ inuBt dc.sticn.eivohui the euiinlN. tin In eih L'i uy huh,
Os .,y? 1 mane to hit Amena Inland suit at tno t iiulio Htalion und the "
i.I&l"* me tuin of the ceiiluiy Hun at the ulidtcin. I
A joint csiinme by uvit: He 1 union tweed 1 that the .public( '
t'r' Kline Diieiioi VI alur 1''lesion, u'main alert to th posHibli.
m., t.hy manager uavid LiMUnd 1 ,Uncut of lluiiicuno I Ftlul which ,
sad IHieuoi' ui I uui.c Vvoiksit has\ bun following the path of yit aer
m bun: lint damage to pit- 1'iia. lie imphasizid that It In
vale beach piopeity aionu at a- be ,ui to evaluate 01 latheii.
f tl awe it: miiiiuaLslimaie. inible on tae safe side" '
..rTILE i ; 01 damage to city lie added that ii'| lecintatives 11 a' gvY lkll5 e
w property( and olhti/ property of the L,t>, Lnitineiis: ware to be L .w. ar L, w ata .
d tiioughout the Inlaid, am as pct hue today (t'tiday ) for a sui. '1IIIS () \K ItKAMIIUI LVNDsCVI'rl HOVE nf T. Howard Kelly, note
nut available try' ol the damage, lie said that author and journalist, now fronts on u li- foot "iliff" after being buttered b Doris
Sot. I uui liamte, of the USkntfinic.ni ., line (her olll'VI'Yonld be made swirling winds and high tides >
nut hue to lock over .i"'niiay at, K urn. b> Civil l>cic .
Ills situation Governor; Hi>'unt 'use, *
and humtun bpcmaid Holland, ('it)' MiiniL.il liivld (:atehexuil
dcoige, bmatheu und iHinmnlalmadge .i llus is u imijm disaster, we
IKvv over the aim to. hate tiara a tcinllc., : beating! ,
swept bv Dora's winds and tides
away shown hit
are im (
day wile ollkialu to limpid the now ileiiiiiip lit 0111 big puib
residence occupied by City Manager Ia\id Gatchel. Note unpainted dark aria which destruction leaked by Doiu 1 lean" s

was below sand until the Rtorm. filings such as these under houses saved many l\1I1'lh"II.t 'ICJlldll has bun de. ill estimated, tint, ulthniiil|
homes from complete destruction dined a dihunlir ami l hy lusi all) iiiusnie in' n .1: I hum basis
Unit Johnson und K<>vnniiKiitlal tie cleanup' will take fiim 10
|) U cxicitid for fciniimlinu cli>'s to two with
| Heaeh, tne Jaiktumvlllo Hem lies lUtclul; had high/ pralKifor' 1
ss.fHt. suit St. Augustine, tin urea I Sly 'pc i'si"ma, I who Hoiked' un
which kit( the BtioiiL.et-1 foue of tiiiitiy lliioiL.li: the litiiiii' me
thu monster huulrunc and asked .Unit Ins njipiielationbe
Jr' Advance kali; trail Ibis Lc"> cxicmlccl", ulmi to tune "publicor(
Sv Kin moving into Iii nUlldll1u then ixeelknt loopciatlon.
,S Beach on 'j uelldu)' aim ici>iuuitu lie mud that ItUII IU uncle I
,.,u ucuiii were advised to I, standing that :Ninth; and houtnrlctcner
cek uUi>' uoin me hun'',lanu. Avcnui, us far "Ii Sad-

accompanied Un eOIiChduy i..t> rooming 1111'1 elloni equals winds j junJ the lei toad State would baud Uiuitment be] LIIII'lcnll'd since( I/' THIS HM 'SUAI! .LY SHAI'KI: miss is the! roof of the duplex nt 4U.: $ South I Fletcher"

unuBuaily hitch tides begun it Has judged" un alu for travel after burn had ripped! out the bulkhead aid destroyed the major| portion of the
pouiiumg Ube beach witn heavy and only property unul"ould I house." The roof seemed to have just" gen *>' f|>reud its! skirts! and drooped after the
t UUIIIUKU bung Hit beloie noon, I be allowed to tiavel buck anu dwelling/ it covered had deserted the urea;
The wind continued to glow rosin to their homes over file put '
dung the afteinuon to hurricane tially destroyed slicct. *

racy end the peak wilds of over I datchel said tlicie was little
1UU mi lei per hour wCl'el'lt a- '
tie dune liom till beacn
J.' out liau: to 2,:00 a,m, on Thuis- sue' In asnlstance to damaged M. N ,k. art 1

=; .L..J: : ::.. rvo,4 a any Hue Just was snoiliy cape tared aim, the hl neat I tides homes plevinivei as lugs er any than I1II1 lIul.hllle.I ...... II.: i. 1.it. ;

SOUTH WALL of the wind-whipped Golden Sands Pavilion collapsed and At the highest tide water! was | liom working on tilt! beach lie I .:, f
of the two over i h'MII}' pails ol nelihtr also noted that the I,S. )bnginccis"
: huge concrete beams dropped don to create ruin among the coin game ma- Avenue with heavy destruction to {I Iuui.ii Ante coming today to view th. '
chines. in this end of the building. me 4soii.il and auuth put- !1 daniugei r;, : 1 !? M
n et II"noI part of Route A1A In i I Jonuthaii Hill i Keel: CIOK
it it ; downtown Feinandina Biuih watuis 'I I repiiHcntativu; : here, said I that lit.: :'
I sum the Amelia Rivet were 'tl..elllhU/ and 400 wcie aeeomninduUd : .:
up Atlantic Avenue almost to till at the Junior High
Y I i alate Saloon I, htiiMil hhc .ur which opened u...
The strongest winds were' fro'm 0ueauuagnt with some IOu
thu .\e'' ..,..dAi an the bionn invaded ruling in on i Wuiesuay morn ,
I the mainland but with tne Ing
.... passing' of the eye! between Jock i I -In Hill said that fOlldViti T7 ti
;,onvl.m and St Augustine mound i provided although r ;
I 7 to 8 a.m. humuay the wind Y I lug weie requested': to hb j,11t thilr: I J

began to shift to tile Southwest I".n liedui"g, laud, ado etc,, __
and South an the burs pait of thllIIUU''lIl1e I the Kid( < tiosi necoiiiinoda passed inland, Ip IntoIhursdjy cloud were put into ijiciationhe I ,.ox:, .......,.\ii;.
A'r I gawh1 night the Hindi were l cued that law
I d'E I the enioiee-
wind from
till of near hurricane toiee i, nient otlicris were of great! ben- swept underneath these North peach
I Outside the beach sea wlirie I I cut, bilnumg In bilLy loud, diap' homes with many being considered total \lasses Owners In many cases were able
around an estimated 15 home era, water and gas for generatois to salvage some of their soaked possessions lifter the storm had passed *
were destiojcd and another It I Noted also was the woik I
seriously damaged, the major of the uti uy company In rushing -. ":.

damage was caused by fulling thu icsloiutUn of power .':'.... ..."": .. ..
I ticen! mostly giant oaks Cited also ..4'.Hf; :\ T ". .
whichabound I weie those In the I' < : :
s ,. here and sums of the till.I sheltus/ who were helpful in il ;ir. : ; l r : .
1 Y'a 4 hln. / ganumg and assisting doing/ o".j ,,. 4, 4 J..L tJM :
'.. I
I Line, r < I/o .. '
t were down all over the emergency \ .t. : t. iljij
"fHtSE WRECKED HOMES are just South of the beach recreation Note dam. city and island 'i : ill [ dl j
area. and the city was Over iUO were cased for In seimllar .. / 1''c: w'.t!' : :.l Xwl, },(
f fifed Golden Sands Pavilion in righ background where two massive concrete beams m veritable dill knetO except foi i manner at leek High I If''j'

; Jevere dislodged from roof to tear out South end of bulii ng. I auxiliary/ generator at I key School, where Negro deputies
points and Improvised lighting in maintained a constant contact
'T it it it home. with LI* hcadcpjuiteis I!
e _. .. I Hepair crews were at WOI k at Col Pieston estimated that
l W the height of the atorm ai d, a- mote than MO were toed for in kaAr'srI
roIt lung| with outalde asslHtunei, lave' the shelter at \uku High School I
It a I 551I I been working around the Ink, l'UHtlllllotor \V. II. Mellon said |I
L 1 Dan iMiiKhet, ;division nianiiKir that mine than ISO (prisons used
014 1, of Florida Public Utilities: Co, t lie ,pout office building an a ref-1
g laid today; uge with all three floors being
h pa f.tr ;y, Y I 'Local crews and three nun used on both Tuesday and Wed
from the Marianna division have nesdiiy nights
1 t 1 r worked mound the cork mine Although a number of lesl-I'I THIS CONCRETE: .: BLOCK HOME on Norti Beach practically disintegrated( during
l'the first damage wan felt unu dents lelt the Island and many I the pounding by Dora's winds. Just about enough/ was left for a bulldozer to s&ova
there more men from Mailanna I ethers used the shelters a gleae up in a small pile. :
and one from West Palm Beach i number chose to remain in theli (4c t
ate on the way to insist in this' own homes and ride out the I Mkf* *
emergency, | storm .. .
IOT A BRIDGE but the ramp that formerly led from the recreation area to the 'At this time ((6 pm. Friday) I Police Chief J, R Parker and I .f f Iii iw -
ach just North of G. Ralph Wolff Beach Park. The ramp was raised when the we are 82 per cent back to nor. members of the Police Utpait- r
\ gh tides pulled the pilings up from deep in the beach. i mal operation and by Home tine I ment were on duty throughout ) "
during the the
day hatuiday we in. hunlcane in a Val led niim \",
'f I 1 pert to be completely] Luck ti I her of capacities lining the dHI / ,.. '
..... ,-, normal' I'I I'I I they dm'ted tiaffie and aidid
r. he cooperation and |.atiu ee with othu iniiiginiy" lull 'istionn
0" ;; \1. :j of the public' In thin emiiieiiiy At night/ they piitiilled/ the,'l
.. in greatly aiiirceialid", I I Bluett" of the clly to assist liny
3 : 1 Southern" I Dill Tell|") .Ill", ('oexjuiencod ? ono in diitiLss" und li> guard a,
: / the name 1"01,11'111 an I gainnt l'oo.iflu|' tooling,
Hoilda l b Public Utilities and their Sheriff |Ii|. \ouigblocd und s.rp
crwu also are woikinx around( his legulai deputies, Hue In
risr eN the clock in lestorlng (phone lieI'. emergency opuation/ around the A M'MULK: ; OF'IIIh; tRAIT of the local shrimp fleet rode out the storm in the
vice an fast an possible clock from 4,Lao Tuesday after calmer waters of Egan's Creek in the vicinity: of the Old Town Marina and Porter's
Jack tsliik, suburban miin- noun until' 1:30 1 : p,m. Thursday Fish Camp.
Ell ONE HUNDRED FEET of Florida's longest fishing pier, a favorite spot with aver, laid today: "Over 400( t'a. with I 11 I menibeis of his Water I
ridi and Georgia anglers, was torn loose and smashed by Dora's rampant wind buns (telephones) were knocked Patiol also/ please) Into service *
war es.a out In Fernandina Beach alone Beginning at 2::10 p m. Tue. -.- ... _. "
and our crews are on constant day a public address system; was :
it duty until they are all back in used by officers to advise resl. I I y --l. ,15 A: \;;1J i; ='
service WI have other mews dents of the city beach, Amirl, t l yMI'tT okb4a [17
coming from other t can beach and '
areas to assist Amelia City to 'Jf.,. '> .
in this .
work. The damage' evacuate their homes,
p wan considerable and we beg the loungbluod sail that Route:
public patience until their .,'r. AlA South wan cloned at noonMeineiulay
vice is restored I and a road block
Col Walter Preston, Jr., Nassau maintained Hu sail, however,
County Civil Defense Dir.e., ) that the route West if lernundlna -
tar, said that appioximatily I IJOO ,| was passable' at all) times.
were cared for in shelten aroundthe Deputies assisted in furnishing
county.Preston I I transportaliin' fur those in med,<
was high in hl. lists, of that servile as Hell as transporting .
for the rwppratlon of all in the supplies to shelters where I
( MUVIII.E: HOME death is
emergency! citing the mH.'rly. needed, on this tclhx which has withstood the ravaj.esof :
manner of evacuation and,I be. VoulIlClllIfd said that no caualties ', the I'll! hurricane a number of destructive Northeasters and failed to bow: to
haxlir at the shelter. ware reported and Operations were condutcd nt I boats, suffered damage I Many I ing how far the ocean has cut into the beach tront through the > ears. :=
IIS LARGE OAK was uprooted from in front of the Frank Pulettl, home? at the lit headquarter at Five I Points I| or me noius so ignt me: surerwateis __ _
lersection of South Seventh and Ash Street at the heiuht of the hurricane on ea-lv but Preittm said he plaid roily, I of rgun's: (ink or nmv I that the lint Baptist (hull h. wan llunnam said that a portable maintained throughout this-tlim
ursday am. Mocking South Seventh until it was cut up and removed by city to move the emergency oixrntim, ed !Smthwaid dawn the Intra opined/ m Tuesday! evinng" fur (power unit Wai secured ands, Coffee was provided but the not ,
aft 'It 3.t trailer to Vulm In rsne of high I riantalatcrwsy I a shelter ami that aipinmmaUly, pressed Into service and that ugres/ brought their own food. All
water He said that 12 to 1) I l>ev James liunnmun ruvuaUd 15 to SO sought refuse theie. jnwtr and communications were informal prayer service wat held





rrnteh, the ratttde: and ".. ,.

Pte !2-A :INtiW6-LfcftuerFeniftnaiiiaBeacn: : Florida fniu&uay! September lr, ll1b.. cotton.nylnp'! Mantis well when each leg and the pocket v
1"11 _-,__- -___. J WAIST BAAOS lIar
waistbands are attached to
I I "t nude, 01 one piece; of double.la.rrabrlo. be body of the Jeans with only
I Junior's Ends of the band row of stitching It Is better
Essay For The Homemaker '', folded back and folded stitched edge meet two rows of stitching Senmbe ,
This makes around .tin! mid.sect on. finished with overcall ", ,
About the Sales TaxI I a 3c sales tax for your clothe or the uailic Iturt oim" 'II turned-ln edges or selvaw
Ho naked, and It Is against tho law f By Fraying! U apt
from theccRCC"'cuter I A : font hardly worth wol penny anything end of
to go naked, You have to pay a 9 3c t cured to the
anjmoic, but It hat: gut t to 11: I sales tax on your shoes or go ban i Mrs. Mary N. Harrison With overcast stitching CUFFS should have emu?I II
be mljliiy/: Important every time Both ends of
reveral Inclu
footed And that's the reason: pennies POCKETS. rlc to turn up
want to buy something A longtime reinforced I I
you : should
have be for growth
'I got to so Important Home Demonstration Agent allows
ago, prop, ) didn't pay much, so you can spend them on the sole with a bar lark or a rlvit Chuckrivets CROTCH seams should 11'1 i i.

BY attention to pennies except at the tax. If you don't want to spend a i. I by pulling on surrounding any bunching of fabric
poet attire[ A penny could do more are atinch'
whole\ hour In a store somewhere, Mr,1MM.MMN .rK. fabric to be lure they I PRICE varies In slx.i.
t In the >d old diva' than It will of tide
\NDY DESANDRO ever be"zo able to do again It could I you have to have pennies to put tithe I With the coming of school, I pointers to consider when buying ed well The Inside likely seam to break openIf 1 I brands most brands di
I parking meter. You can buy 13 comes the purchase of jeans. pocket Is less for large sizes. Hum
take i poi.ial card all l the wav many new has been stitched together more
TfllRSDU, Sept I7lh.Playschool SUNDAY September 20lh.I I I across the country and bring I It ; minutes worth of time for Ic but pairs of Jeans Here are some Beys of different ages and hab. the fabric edges turned', some have the same price Inc

In the Game Room, I Lutheran Church Service In (the back If there wasnt anybody over I don't know whether that Is cheap I'1 _.______ its will wear out their jeans Indifferent and the ieam again ular sizes six: to Iwenly and hat

9 :33.1130: : am. Carolnizcar) 'Conference Room at 11.00 .mMONDIY there to claim It, You can't even or high pored I If It won't hurt you I'I used for family planning but few ways There Is the "knee Inside and Hitched I, cut sizes six to twenty
| of pocket
Adult Loader (Ut.I to walk a little you might find a agencies use It and When the two pieces should be comfoitihl,
nndu, September tort a postil' card from your, continue to I grinder, the seat thinner, the poc.kel the : FIT
where there Isn't together
Adult Ceramics In the Art Roomat I Ceramics 9-lli In the Art Room home pout office now, with a pen. place a parking build bureaucratic giveaway agencies ripper", and the one who tor. material are stitched four crctch and waistline and h

3.30 p.m., Hank Side, Instruc.tor at a:30 p.m., Hank Sides, Inslruc. I ny, It just wont Hart away fiom meter. I I that are coiling the American tures some other part. Longer I edge Hitching Is done through I II enough at the time of purcluv
home with a le stamp on It, They don't charge 1 3c sales tax taxpayers plenty Maintaining children wear will be assured If you look thlckne.se. of fabric Hive yourboy allow (for growth/

Bridal Shower In the Conference torAdult and Teem Ceramics In the About the only thing le will buy on food and medicine because they I of the poor In this country Icr these things as you shop: 1 Jam his hands Into the. pockets SHRINKAGE should be rli
Art Room at 7:15 want to keep you alive and well so has climbed steadily until it Is STRONG FABRIC of to check for roomlneisZIPPERS
Hank uniform
n<*rm at 7:30: pm. : p.m.. now marked. You don't t know
now that It bought fifty yean ago I and
will be ab'e' to the 3c nlcs. should be itrong
+ rillPU, SEPTEMBER 18th. Sides, Instructor. I II Is a box: ot matchei But you don't you pay well over a billion dollars and lit. color and texture Fabric should I than alumInum I much shrinkage: to expect m u
Snb-Tecn Club In the Game Room I Cotillion Club Board Meeting In get near ai many matches for leat : tax: on everything else tie effort Is being made by the not be too stiff or bulky for little made of metal other should be the 'label says shrinkage oni

nt 7 II p.m. the Game Room at I 00 p.m. you used to get I Just be careful and eat your Federal Government to educate children Resistance to abrasion The nipper track have a cent or gives( whatever amount
and '
Senior High Varsity Dnnre In Island Squares Club In the Au. The Stores used to tell some meals at home, because If you go families In planned parenthood orb I depends on the weight of the fabric one.quartcr.lnch wide tape peeled

Pl( the Auditorium from 930.1200: 'I dltnrlum nt 8 00 p m thing for t lie or 2 for i quarter 110 a restaurant or a hotel they the use of contraceptives, Longer wear can be expected selflwking pull. The zipper the CARE

del p m TIESDAV. September 12nd.Plaviehool Nobody paid any attention to pen even charge you a 3c sales tax to If you are concerned with the from a cotton and nylon blend ; should be stitched twice to I Jeans labeled vat.dyed are .

\TntD\Y., September ]19th. In the Game Room, nies except ui kids, Maybe we : eat !In those places j present unrest, increasing crime :, than from Jeans of 100'1 J cotton I Jeans The ny bottom Is rclnforc- ly to leave the wash water ed),
Itumil Junior rate, and similar problems IOu'' Cotton and blend of about ,, ed bt>lIerI hpn two bar tacks or ,
Teen f'h.b In the Gime Room 9,:TO 11:10 a.m., Carolyn Vlzcar. could gel a piece of candy or an 1 ) nylon I alter many launderlngs Thl-
at 713 p.m. IRnt rondo, Adult Leader. all.day sucker for a penny, but will take time to think about the eleven ounces Is about as resistant rivets are used. doubleor called bleeding Bleeding oc
let Too Lot I II problem! and lend support to those to abrasion as fourteen ounces all SEAMS: are bI'tlerI ht'n there Is little failin!
that was all. even If
I who are sincerely trying to do cotton For longer/ wear, buy a triple rows of stitching areused with dark fabricFL51RIDA
It'i got to now, that !nothing ever To f something about It. thirteen ounces to fourteen ounces In stress areas such as the I wash .Jians
costs $2.00 It'a $1 1.99. Maybe If ; -
U' tupposed to be $4 00 It'l
He Roll mMWII. KAY
Roofing ( ) $3.117 and If It't a shirt that ought/ I '
I have Just finished reading!! a'
to be f}.00 It i U 98 You cm t
of Florida Economic .
,, -
buy anything for a dollar any ------- ----
-- -- -- -- -
:A5 more; you have got to pay (101 Leaflet dealing with the problem
; -Cnmp Metal because the State makes you pav I of feeding (he world people, writ.

3c extra for everything They rail ten by Cecil N. Smith, professor of __..,, r
agricultural economies r 1 ... ,
Tb I it a sales tax You have got to pay I
We In America vaguely acceptthe '

fact thnt there are millions
: Art throughout the world who go to bed
Painting for Leisure In the ;
hungry end exist from day to day ,
Room at 7:15: pm.Barberahoppern
on the verge of starvation, but the
the Conference
: Is difficult to understand UTILIT\EJS COMPANY
j ootYCoatngs Room at 8:00 p.m, PUBLIC
WFD\ESI\V September Z3rd, and fully appreciate
We find food of every kind and
Ceramici 112.14)) In the Art ,
description at our supermarkets, .. .... .....
Room at 3.30 p.m., Hank Sides, : Salsa > n c. 5 T
; l see counties acres of growing
/ Plywood Instructor grain, fruit and produce and read' '
Adult Ceramics In the Art Room
at .*::15 p.m? Hank Sides, Instruc.tor. of tremendous turpliis and abundance I P. 0. Box 113
I everywhere about us Fernandina Beach Florida .
Zlth.Playschool More than three billion people I
Tllt'RSD\Y. September
Window Glass In the Game Room Inhabit the earth today and authorities I !
\ 196j t"
i Vlzcar. predict that by the year I eptember 17, {
8:30.11:341: : a m., Carolyn
: 2003( It will have Increased to as ,
rondo, Adult Leader
rq ; School all much as six or seven billion. I
Meat! Information -
I The bulk of the world food IPt :
FREE DELIVERY -' day In the Auditorium, Dr
I II.i. Reddish, Instructor 't produced In Western Europe and

Adult Ceramics In the Art Room North America You may have the

at 1:30: p.m Hank Sides, Instruc. I Impression that the United Stale, 1
: HARDEE BROS.w tor ? I with Its huge surplus could feed a
large part of the worlds pomila-
+ : ,'". Senior Citizens Club'I In the Conference
'!' I Room nt'7:30: p.m' 1 1 lion but speaking before the World I ::1i

:: ATLANTIC AVENUE I Cub Pack No 352' In the Game Food Kennedy Congress pointed last out year that President If all the +

Room at 7:30: p.m., Nelson Mayo, ,.
I stored surplus of the United States .

:.. -_- .-.Adult--Lender.- -.. could be distributed evenly through Mr. and Mrs. Fernandina Beach
M '- --- out the globe to all the undernoiir. Fernandina Beach:, Florida

Littrue lobed, It would provide a balanced 4h I
diet to them for less than a month
wW The problem of banishing him for Dear Customer

will : I will fall on the shoulders of the 'I ,
T i ) 4' .
; :1O.\ people of the nations with fond Imbalances 11 for and
i ANYSIZE I! Apparently the only hope I Ve sincerely thank you your patience cooperationshown

one '" of solving the problem lies In Increased during Dora's visit to Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island.

I production everywhere In
'T Wh-
MI Ke 'Whitewalls the world. Backward countries A thank you too, to the City of Fernandina Beach, it's
modern production
be taiieht
must Police Fire and Public Works Departments who worked hard
frfff m,,thrds. arable land must t be fully so along

., 01'wt utilized, conservation of water with the Nassau County people the Sheriff's Department, the Civil

cfcwaff minerals needed for fertilizer end'nercy I Defense Unit and the many other Agencies and Citizens who did Trojan

... i and! resources protected. must be conserved Service during and after the blow.

tkl With the population Increase I

steadily exceeding our food supply I We point with pride to the unselfish efforts of our local
the greatest need Is i world wide Company Employees and appreciate: the added help of the Company
effort to check birth rat PI. This I Is
Pi I iSetof4 most difficult to accomplish, even Employees from the Marianna Division and those from the West Palm

Li In our more enlightened cniintrlis Beach Division who Joined our local crews in restoring service to
Religions beliefs and lecol\ customs

F< oppose such rfforts. you.

The population explosion Is nut "

., chargeable to the have.not conn' I \ ... Thanks again. It certainly is appreciated.

tries. If ue take a look In our own
thlM ; backyard we will find that we are

ID 4O49In contrlbullng our share to wOlld I Sincerely '

flu anger. Countless families lirsdv

*! In t our slum arson are having childicn w a
tto 1 t at en alarming rate -f /j

,drt{ ? If you want tt get a first hand
picture of this situation !Kit a copy J. D. Daugherty ,

Ioet of t the August Issue of the Reniler '+100... .' 'i.tr'II'.I. Division ManagerYou're /Y,
flit 's Digest and rend the article by
ell Jack Shepard, entitled 'Biith Control ;. .

and the Poor: A Solution". I Ithink
you will find It Interesting'

t ''i KC ;; r@ $10"t and The enlightening U S. Public lUaltli Law nf I, _

!tit provides' money that con be' .
,' -- -- .
De Luxe Chapion III
RtTRfAOI ONtread 10UND TIRE Treads
NEW width and tread
FIRESTONE depth as

12-MONTH ffce Me rrfflNEW

Road HazardGUARANTEE lust 43r.,,

'F7rotour rtes visit
IdentHied bM
Our Med.ufon R.tr..ds erepuerenteed and chop mark, UNICH/IR6E, Mounted Gur HERE

d..nl't.. Ia NYraIIIY.III NO
1 ,AraY.t, YYd aWitlrWI1 da,111t ills paONEY Modern

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,rWaWld In Serri4
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It.td.nnW I. pruned an "t arY. &
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w CARS arid;l TRUCKS wow 8th and Date Sts.

fi a '&:;'* $ rrrrli ctrl tlJ)('aJ.I" org/i! Fernandina Beach, Florida

: '. ,. Chevrolet Chevelle I 11 I


'a rftijJ) 1 SEPT. 24 ........ Corvair. Corvette Workpower TrucksPall"

d118 Atlantic Ave Phone 261.4482

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The firit t;, ?, permanent new*. bn inI'pt Kuld for thug Winter
" paper'wu the Boston. Newi.Letter SURFING NEWS I All Sun Club mcmbirs are re. I! -: ::t'.I.Mc1t'r, FfinnndtnaUoach.\ : Florida Thurndav, September 17, 1961 Fare 3-A

,'hicl nude in appearanceIn quested lo he at the bl'ar:1II: A, 0am
s !tivllen In )persin mxl Mud, l".21 Into town for a same, 'I Cilrnda Fd: .mds, Pcifizv Thornton,
17W Bl CEUERFFRRF1BA Siiirdiv Puturts will betaken shun lne\ all will be pining: III l I.aura Sorinwn, Judy Pipkinhirl ,
.n this time Ifflrt,, Hurt I Is ;
un i Sits a Mil\ : bits In the JaiksunUlle Pimm/ Pustule I to the held major ( Mi'nlk'Id, and Jean FnlimiiiKir I
In Florida The Isle l)(' Hat Surf Club held II,i'n II il II I il t< ) heI 4fHnj 'maeel Sports
It i RlollI'thl'! law to (
lIJI'nnl'r UHtihlnu fuoilteK plin ilii llii- '\1'81' fur i iu: Pluto Band tu shnre the spnlllidit wltli
have a rattlesn.ik<' lot a pet t ui,K'ss their reEiiliir meeting Monday night sponvorrrt htin' ilub Only mcrr Ito TV lor a nimhir, of IIIIIK, ipirs millM III|| hate writ line taltnt a. IllI'r 01'fore the Pirate Band.
you have aipuiji) llriiist from I the at the Rec Center I'lansI l're discussed hers it tin dull are eligible to inler 1 ,,n ran nm navel the e' uuse'
Game and fresh Waiir Huh C,'m. lot the club to become a hewexei', so If 'ou'rl' a 1"1 I Wait I'ulnll'r, Nlcluls: I.ema, Nlik
mission:\To exhibit any poisonous charter member of the United diKur/ m 1Il'l'mmlt Jint crab your tutu,
reptile jrfeqtilns a iprihl license Slain Carting Association, Din board and run to the beach fl' Slants I etc'S FRANCHISE DEALER

plus a, $1000 turc'y: hand, cussed also was the pomilbilitv 01 l As ell Sirliri' sky, CowabunKatAFTER Conch Biinur III worried until

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l BY CURT CO'JDON'! cnmr with Camilen minlitI BELL & HOWELL
I hi called off bi cause of let'lineal

+ m The 14 football season I IK herat e probably can be purchased milII diffleultlis caiiHi-d by hnrkaiii' i
the Feinandina Beach Piratuopen : 1 I Friday, Due. but the void arrived Hint
against the Camden Hurricane I h I II I I all things would he taken cire ol Introductory Offer -

" Friday night, The game will I Vi has cult sun, much pulilkltvi i I II'On""I'nlltl ( find the gnmi mild be plnvul as
mark the thud of the campaignfor 1 : It, but the rlulliI ) rchidiilid This math' the roiehsi ,
err r+ .fe Camden who lost to Hint's\'Ilie. I SMI liHitball gamy Saturday: nlti r. nil'nls and many fins happy' AUTOLOAD ZOOM
then defeated Ghnn Actdcmy H I liiini:; Is sehediilid t In he lilelid: : :: \\'1''on'l I gn into tin liurrleane

rI team on :Monday nlitht of thin week[ I l.MnV they dint want It nmiiul Unit mlklil hu\e been displayed IfIlie
The Plratei teem to be all net), the pulil.r; so Ihl'fI III be II si,II. Kime hud In" en \postponed' 8mm MOVIE OUTFITAnd
r with Jerry Hoard, IIO< ) pound tackle I I oil mood, We hope lime" Is unit t *
being the onlY doubtful starter, but I ncthliiM happens! to televising IhrRamr We will not hate a parade I'ri-
". day afternoon the l'al11h'nlanll' ,
, Btnner savs Biaid mlnhl be ready I | MODEL 256A
because the Bind did not
I to RO b\' game lime Son all we | the last
have to do Is wall fur the openliiK I Oil I Maarrcndo called to remind' gel neeesiarv practice
y vM I arch because of bad wentlurI ,, AUTOLOAD 8mm PROJECTOR
I whistle is ol lie' runt Pass nml Klik Ani i I Jonathan I
Hill says he hopis' to
1 ft tr -ft i nuil ContrKt t which Is I spinsure) hv ,
II r.t fitH Ill.I' the fans a fine pnradi\ next
' j ; I We made a mistake h.tl'ro'k I+ liid'' Motor Co, The lime' In uxu il. .
!I \ll''k when' I' K You( 1' onus
HmrUR: I'Hln risr :
I which we niiiRt correct We couldn'tI tread I ly h Ottihcr so we hope to have: $2io.
I i our shorthand and failed to I di'finite dates loon, ...
that Bibbl 1 Becton In I Captainof I
i snv o/r "'
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I the Football Cheerleaders whlliI 'Lois \\'al'dIr.(] ., nili. and IVMink Register NowFor $175
I I.aura Lnlhrop and Judy Vraiukin arc due 111'11'' moulds for OFFER (oinir
ire cantalns, Artie Stein, Kathy I chin" the Ferunnil, fuil'iill tram
H I I L wls, Tricia Scarbnro, Wanda
I their\ nnminl plnsliul i ximln itli IIH I
I Sheolev and Paula Knrnau will The rx imln"itiiins were 1I1\'n In al1'I Come In Today and See This Great
l shore the cheerleading duties with
I ph\er bifore pi'cscasnn priiluhtm

I i the Crnnle captains Gass ,Illie: Kay altcrnale I A Klns and We 'li'd, -V /r a. I PuntPassKickContest Offer, Compare With Jacksonville

I hate to eel things mixed but
up" | WI' doubt' we have much fishing Prices and Come Back t .
sirm'limes the best make mistakes
'e s nebecause' of f all the butt wea
end when our shorthand Kits e"ld ; : : : I
tin we had last week, but we nndirMnnd
brother nn one can reud it" Hint all one hal, to do was PRIZES OFFERED '
; THE STORMI'm Anyway, sorry Bobbl stand I on (the sand' dunes at Jm k .= Cameras
I itt sun t :1'e! Bench putt::, pick up' fish: as I Boys 8.13 Years
Joe Stores, 203 pound tackle, the Minds' tram I Dun/," wire hliwInj '- =
I I must love football, Last Tuesday' Ilii m cimp'elelv' nut if the (:.IL MCHRON( l <). Movie Cameras

+ I'm cooking for the Whole neighborhood I I afternoon after Bcnncr and his staff wnlir, Now Hint Is Ilie way I IlkI'I Director 'i
had really put the bins through aIrnK i to g' 1 lulling lust co II I II nil '
: ::: I Slide Projectors
I and running 1 : : 1111'I I ,
Moim knocked out their know scrimmage ses' I bilks I and piik them up, I OK im.lslRVTION:( t
range, you stun. Slnies to the '
goes over push ,. f- \M> Flltl'lIImIXFOIUlATION I ( V
lcdce nround the flf'ldI IIh his
I Carl Anderson STOP e Movie ProjectorsAll
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shoulders, "t'I'I' .
: 'I told them they ought to have dependable I o : I'player Belli n this for the week IN TOUAT) : A

I Season football tickets have been first t practice sessions' drum Accessories
',r I,i I 1,1'.Gas Service and! one of these new automatic going at a fast 1 pace which makes I, weighs 170 pounds and In rniinltd I Lasserre Motor ,v50t \
t I the athletic fund stay In the black on hinvllv, for plenty of duty hv
ras ranges like I hav('. They're stormproof. Instead of the red Season Hl'kl'l'l, the Pirate couching M.,ifffr I ASH ST.
AIt1 Company Next )Iloetr To Merle Norman
H j appears as Ilium gushing fans I Cosmetic! Studio PHONE 261.4396BestYearEnd : ;

2 '. CM, or wife today, /for full information about rpenJalle!.LP,Cat Smi'i* i jI lit this 111'1'011I get In sie the pro
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'1 The ladles of the FBWGA started
their Fall-Winter sessions with a
!i t g $:' bang yesterday, holding a business
meeting and Finest Putts tourney, ,
"' and drawing a field uf fourlun CLEARANCEnow tf'
ff; BEACHES" l \ When the balance of the membership .
IP ami of the schedule, mare
i f:_ rcilory: furnIshed Uy These :Merchants and IJusmesa Men sluuld be coming out of hiding,, I
-First__ of__ all___ a- Ringer him inca j
posted Inr all to enter nine hole
IEIVJISE.E Suburban; and eighteen holt players, Its In''
flights wllh prizes In each, so lit s
TIDES all nit In It, Support your club In .'
I'Porcela'nizo"BLASTS Proptm Gas Co. all events and \ll"l1 have a biinit ,

SFIUING" AIL up year
Next Tuesday, September! 22, "lll I
:1011 J 4 TIMES
be Points tournimenl. thin Is,
i'nsLONCLU! mAN SO Minute s F.r LI' GAS AND everyone III get I point lot a '
.ORDINARY \\ ,v\ JOB GAS APPMANCES bogey! 2 points for par 3 points for at Lasserre Motor Ca.!
.4x Ffraanilma Harbor 7 South 7th St. a birdie. and 4 points for an cauli ,
LASSERRE MOTOR Phone fi1.1fifit) ; ;) Of course these count alter all II\\'. kP
able strikes are deducted The :
"I'nw I three with the nasal points 111I in, '
8. 8th St. Th 2G1-3S19 Friday, Sept 1H T. H. KING For the ladles playing last nlni ,t.l
holes, a tournament III be sit up
5:2: :> am 11:44: nm PHOTO SHOP giving prizes for the most elahls.

i i Going Fhhing? G:02: p,m. Keddlmsrrnr !September 29 an MEN! with \\
nun,. hilf handicaps for 18 holes and an I IS..S
"fto! Saturday: Sept. 19 lni flSBTj VTA rorl'-Ht for the 9.hole event, has
I ...* Visit UM For film RyPanln been set up by tournament chairman .
- Complete I l.lne! Of C-12: am. 12:23: nm ,,. Ayynaamenl6upyllre UnlyMW Jean Hooper, .
rSi-Flihirn Tackle 6:4t: pm 12:31: pm .Lax xiOx.L' The popular Club Championship

[[. Roils.. Reels Sunday, Sept 20 pouwo..u.-- tournament qualifying starts Octnbcr -
Outdoor R thru October 11, with one
l Equipment (6:55:: : n,m. 1 :07 n,m, Studios At 501 Ash St. match a week to follow, YOllr name
1 ia will not he put In the hat unless
7:21 1:16
: p.m. : pm Phone 261.4586 Big year end savings on Super Torque Fords-
you qualify with It holes, so Ills
;FIRESTONE' :Monday\ Sept. 21 not forget this one I understand smoothest, steadiest, strongest cars In their class fI
ff BEACH strriY Rowland's Ihl'rp1'111 be I 9.hi le champl m- the winning aces of '64 NASCAR races 'tt
"i.W:: am 1-47: am.
shin tournament for that
1t loAdanlie group
AYe 261-4482 8 :01: p,m. 1 :58 p,mTiie UPHOLSTERYno There t lots of activity planned

\ TOll NEED for this fall and winter so gel your
1\ How Much Will Your >Kln. Sept. 22 NEW tmmivrs TO >ni.nil R RFPAIR youngsters back In school or In the &

RJ7: am 2:21)) n,m805pm >IRVITIHBNEW nursery' and get nut and et unrne
1\ SOCIAL SECURITY : : 1:58:: p,m, *TW nit rnvERI exercise on our beautiful golf course
and Join In the activities, Wllh everyone .
' y5 Wednesday, Sept. 21: AI'TIt participating we ran haven o

I GULF LIFE'S Planned RMI:" n,m. 1 :O1): n,mJ ESTIMATES:\ .url'l'\\11I1 season, i
In the Fewest Putts toiirnnment -w
\\V Ttik' and Deliver
Security Analysis will J 9) :20 p.m. ::1:21 5 : pm Up Tuesday! Bitty York was low with

help guarantee then Thursday. !Sept. 21 Porter & Lovequist II Second was Adaline Davis, 3'4, : Big year end savings on '64 Falcons, the Big yearend savings on '64 Fairlanes, the
$ al Security Benefit and Lois Casey and Vlikie PII| with feel, king
smartest looking, plushest riding compacts middle' cars sports car
i 9:12: a,m. 3:47: a.m, General Contractors tied for third wllh 3i.' In the 9 h'.liCMTit > full .
built Puts economy in the cards for you, size economy and room for a house '
l We Serve You 10:nj: pm 4:11: pm Sh'uuesttsroing1GPI SI'FriAITIES Made 1I'dl'lth(Catherine 19 Whitney and Itiba ,, ..,J ,_ *"1* .

Friday, Sept. 2:> 'TIC'' SI'IIFACIVfi NOW, have you heard the renllvl I
r : RYLANT 10:29: a,m. 4:10:: n,m. KITCttFY Ed :Matt>>lIn yesterday and I find It rt:1oii i7

F 1'. o. HOI \ h9! !. 10:19: pm Tides 5:00: Cosmos pm, Complete rtF. fOfjF\I ftowfown: l lq today plastered- all were over going the Tlmis to have\Ininnj 1a], AND USED CARS TOO... AT FORD DEALERS! VJ' '

I Phone
2B1-WJ: : For Color Coordinilion
t I CHit O.od.Ua Survtji MOM) Open In this area Well lx"
If Life Ins. Co. Phone 261.3068 able to Join the galleries Instead of
silting In our living rooms and
watching our favorites, Whit knows' ,
r. we might some diy get the lady 0

FUN IN THE SUN pros back It sure was fun watih LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYYOUR
Ing them bang that ball out there
,, 2>0 yards or so, some !getting on
5 AT FERNANDINA BEACH those S,par holes at Hyde Park in

t'olaylX': our golf association )
FISHING BO.\TL\G SHIMMING can do something la help U we're FORD DEALER SINCE 1910 :

called lets behind this
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Woodward Motor Co. C H U C-K' S P A R TIN'S I : :
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Buccaneer Laundry CHEVROLET: TV Service
A I'irute HHldt'r All The :!1JtJantic: .\H'nue ::
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I i "' THE 1901 FERNANDINA) ) BE\CH HIGH "PIRATES" Ron, BennjfvUvarez: ; Randy Price Richard Nobles Joe Harry Mills Jack Barniak Mike Pikula. Mike .'Inla.Iike: und Joe Johnson. right Not pictured are Assist -
I \ -nil set for the opening{ Rime! of the season Friday nite Thrift, Harry Rice Carl Anderson Jerry Beard, Aim Kir. I'rnnk Finln Conch Uane Benner and Assistant, Cloches Georjce 'f>'son and Bob Stover, Pirates Bnbhylohnson .
,:'I" when they meet the 'amden Hurruanes. From left. Ken- Cner. Jim Young John !lunch. Steve Betille, Beryl Rice. Coach "Red" Bean. Pictured front kneeling in .M.isiot: and John Allan and managers Mike Philips, I
): n" ""(''' Ier. Buck Bibb. Richard.Sihomas_ David John- Billy !Miller\ Joe Stores, Duane Rowland, Doc Burgess Man-Brnner, center, with--managers_ Mark, _Jenkins.-, left. Ronnie Other and Don Siandmlalo. W --:;._!

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I : '''II 1964- Pirate Football Schedule & ; :

I : Sept. 18* . . Camdcn County wa = .

a ;; > '' Sipt. 25* . . x P. K. Y ng. ,,,; :; .
9 e. Oct. 2 x Green Cove Springs. ...; .
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I Oct. 16 'i,, \, x Baker County 'r -= .

I Oeh 23* . . Santa FeCallahan .

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J COLORFUL, AND I'RETTY.TOO are the football cheerleaders who are :all. ready"'id Nov.'6: r" ... 'I"" :,; . Starke t .;.) i\r\ w'% :: .
I cheer, the Pirate team to victory. From left, are, Kathy Lewis, Trivia, ficacborov: : x I .Park wI .n..
Laura: Lathrop, Artie Stein Wanda Sheal>y, Judy Vrancken and Paula Kornau, en'r.r.
I ; circling Captain BobbI Becton. Alternates not pictured are, Kay Asking and Connie NOr 20 . . . Lire. Oak = -.

I Gass. x Denotes Conference Games = .
I Denotes) Home Games = .
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+ : THIS ADVERTISEMENT PAID I 4'FOR, 7 BY THE" :FOLLOWING 4 % I, BOOSTERS<<; J 4-FERNANDlNA,. 'P Ir ,BEACH M. 4 HIGH;SCHOOL! f t 1HLE'J: :! ,'fjtytyf' : \ r r1,\ \' $, I w yr T'CompllmenU :

.Compliments. of .' of ':'
I Paul C. Burns MI .
T. C. Herring L. B. Reese Plumbing :
I ': : Builder of Kingsberry Homes WINNDIXIEFOOD I F R E E Z E T T E .
Your Gulf Distributor & Heating .:. .
;{nD] ) S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3G06 STORE *
I .: _ _ _ _ _ _ Louis & Sara Reese :. .
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Charles I Rogers
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I Glenn and Dolly Beugnet .
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i i .. Compliments: of Perdue Seville Shiell's Grocery M= :

I : Jimmy' Stevens AccountlnlC-Tax Consultant BLUE SEAS And l ellll'l>' Peterson Packing Co. = .
Service Station. Dozier & Guy; Paints .: .
"Seafood City
1'ulce, 1 Florida 211 Atlantic Ae. ; .

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\ Gulf StationAll STEGER DRUG CO. Fernandina heath dol; ( Shop i. .
Grocery I 11JO/ South 8th Street
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Ford & .Mercury Dealer T. HJ) AskinsAdvejtising .
Good Housekeeping bee Us For Your Next OFFOOD Agent: ... .
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11s'rx <>-A Atwn' .i .\autol'etywuaaralia'thli11a4-1'hutaCayaNLmbl.rf7,1a3: << ; I :J::+ Activities At City
-: -!.. -- bj oaiiKtia to 'IIP"'I"II"e' frm-i i :uiq 'Hix-auit: oi me ticmcnnoun( JOt
what t great writer of tho punt;-;Civil Defense -onlrontlng me In disaster reeov. Playground To -

I Lafalcado Horn described when try operations, I will\ not have I'
THE EVIL WINDS List Inland a summer recur off Begin: Sept. 21 oIit6
I the Louisiana Coast wan nwallow i.Director Praises(! fmllvld.uls 1m!! to write wholend letters!!"\ to' the'NmsiuConlv many '
Municipal Playground on Atlantic
ed up In the lea: : Civil Di fane* M well dur. The

BV orAL VirvSTEAUIt In one of our Southern ports I FROM US It Is (he Individual I The scene In a faiMonnhV h>.: Civilian( Efforts ig 1 h'urrtceFe'Jere., The prrmaiice Avenue Mondays will, have Tuesdays sup, rvl'rd Wed.ntvo LOANS
alone, death exceeded ALL THE: | DUTY of each man woman, and let, where the elegant guests Ig.norlng ; "' rendered' by the volunteer play on
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SEPTEMBER the MONTHOr I LIVES LOST In the war which I child living In tar visiting) thin I the fury of wind and waters : during this crfs'i\ conlrib'it- .
| Col Writer J. Preston
NIPSSII Thin +r'l Fall Proi
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our out of doom ed to the leek lnl" denth
won our Independence at a nation, Hurricane Country to acquaint were dancing the County Civil Defense Dlrec'or, yat ry or will connist of a variety ofeventn
COAST? In I deadly September! Innhlnff!, himself, or herself with the den. night away: and provided a contln'ious: and i gram I
I was> high reIne nf clvllirns b"th
end activities for boys
The South an far buck M m'one of Southern cities' like the (month oncratlnR! e01rdln lIon cen.'I : y
reaches ban been, mir suffered I gel which hangn Swordfvlof I "Srme one nhrlckcd In the midst t tI alwaysHURRICANE
1.hlstnrv I lloa.OOOOOOOt worth of his head lee for the rounly.
preprrdamage I Damoclen over I of the revels sumo girl 1 1I who I tho volunteer associated with the vlll be featured during the
COUNTRY. with 127 pmple killed, No morbid paralyzing aeee-t. found her pretty slippers wet 1W Civil Defense "Mv thanlr\ '' lo BO out to the conteiHi"' I !
program weeks of the Fall Pro-i I
I In rorent yearn, our nelKhbori! and 601)0) wounded. In another, once of Impending doom attitude I could It be? Then streams of i l statement to tho News. County and City, Pollee Depurtmenls. -I first four, divisions! for b"th :
to the North hn 'e Ipirned, In tholtmirprlso. 'I 18.16 people were killed, 1.870 In. need he assumed, but there mist witor were sptrmllrij' over the I ; __ I the Sh"" "rlffi AiixlllarlMi.he \ grpm, with two Quick
,, Hint I lVv uliarp thin dub- 'Jured, and property was] damaged he ackiiowlcrtument of hln( catatlvsmlc level planklnq, ritil'nq' about the Sheriff's Witer Patrol, (heAnierlcin boy and girls: Midgets, age 9.
lo'H'" honor, Anti uhteelm' ( days of I, to the extent) of $2r.000,000 00. adiinlltv If we ever learn feet of the c1anl'r,... Wii! it could It '.cader follows: I I lied Cross and Ikemany 10. airl II; Junior, ages 12, 13,1| Convenient

f (Cn1iimT SEPTEMBER hOI'h'ld In every hurricane from one tn la t control or combnt It an we have I be? All the land linri bcpun to there fourthn of all\ the loss of human srlionl teacher who helpedIn and 14The .
for in a Kln'ster' significance: an a four hundred people have been epidemics, accident, fires, (floodn I qunkc even an but a moment "be. liven In tropical hurricanes the shelter I Event-of-the-Week contestn
SIGNAL that It'rrllraas ON THE that THEY NEED NOT HAVE we Inn'I have It LOSEOUR lin to the pressure of circling not by winds directly." l I expected for which we are' thank. 2111. During' thit week bnv hill\ e.

W\Y., DIED. We hive' known, since Cnlnmtaiin. INTFI: : LIC.E\'CE: to have a slops: ;: all' the building I Fh"ok now; I Then let' RUN FOR OUR fit) Clvli De'msp prepared for a compete In two event: Punting PocketbookUnder '
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DIRECTION I I. correct, we STANT, UNENDING, I 1NEVJT. WE MUST acquaint ourselves could It he? the Carib Indian called It before but we hod a tide of only 03 feetcbove curnry, mid girls will participateIn c,:.
tho first white man ever saw a tide. We moved short Jump events during!! '
high rope
thin over I IN TUBHURRICANE'S : mean 7(
ac more ABLE. with loci) hurricane warning net. There was a clamor, a panic a
hi'rrlranc, comes Let' HEED Command Post week. Week of Sentem.
auxiliary to thpt same!
PATH.Relentlessly our I :
Surely from 1402 to 1900 the! works, learn the evacuation routes rush to the windy night Infinite '
the United Slate Weather Bureau I II Yulee In anticipation of high water her 2Ht'i.' boys will compete In' I ,
hurricane.' have II
take Into
year In which our worst hurricane Inland, and account darkness above and beyond, but
Warnings! Let' build houses that I' and residents of the lowland' kicking for distance and for tin '
their vicious, at bhingthrustu place our plan, you 'i'
rondo Inundation. I
struck) wan sufficient time In I areas nf previous We the lantern t beams danced fir o>it I '
ot the very vt'iln of our cltl- I can withstand the storm and beach areas were asked to neeuracv. and the girls'' event for take four, she, ten or
which to learn how to detect the must WANT!\ in responsible ever an unhioken elrrlo' of heaving I two
era-drlnking cities Time and time anoroarh of hurricanes, to e Ub- rem, to keep Informed concerningany and swirling black water, For Let1 GET OFF THE BEACHES| evacuate. The cooperation was I (lint week will bi Balance Bonn more bill and combine
attain, with d"ndv<< persistency. Itch an adequate warning system, sudden clrnuoi In the weather 1 i a moment there wan a ghastly when ordered to do no or GO tremendous. Week of October 5'h: bovn' event them Into a single loan. fr
thin strange, fh-loklng rage of na. which; might precipitate a hush of voices And I TO JAIL for putting our own lives "The schools end churches sheltered will be passing for and
I and adopt measures commennur. through that [Everything; i handled on a t I.;
has seemed consumed witha an well an I those of our neighbor' about 2.000 peoole during the for accuracy, girls' event will be I II I
I crisis. hush burst the '
ate with' the catastrophe It In there upon earn of : i I bad. You :
In (IF still alive peak cf (he dorm We maintained I Irng limn rope. Week of October simplified
devHlch desire' to mck'mi Into j Jeopardy we are t '
I all fearful end unfamlllcr ,
poignantly tragic to think of the And In the event we may be I II | a amount and !
ecntlnuous county-wide Civil Defense VA' event will he 25 and 501 choose the
cauldron of a"rih' elemental after the' hurricane passes' !). 12th "
a and children who an of a cilisnal: cannoned 10llnd'i :
men women lemp'cd! to follow a ally but human
f"rrl'l.va.t.t unfittrmible, ab- Let' CRY OUT TO CONGRESS, commun'eotlnn' as did theSheriff's yard dashes nod! running the ohstpcle : date of' payments. ,
i were drowned like rata or batter. Impulse to "rldo out thestorm" I II Then arose a frightful : :
fathers, States Orp rtmrnt. C"ntln\ious\ course. Girls will compet" .
y.mnlfar crueler In their des cur own city our i |
ed to death during those unguarded we should protect our. h"arne', hklco'i' lnd( scnbible cry '' t'
ccmmunlcatlon was maintained shuffieboird tournemcnt
\ potential than the ner. I fir the appropriation of funds ne. In
Btrucllve: yearn. Then mtnht have beenraved ne'vcl against Idlccy NOW (before )I j: of hoiclcsn! fear; the despairing; I I
glen' hound up h I the HVU OCEM ccssnry for stepping up !HURRICANE with Jacksonville both Ih"O"lIlI i week of Octcbcr 19th I" the' beginning -
the Hurricane Seison begins) by animal when suddenly SSOO ;
cry man utters : LOANS UP TO
'Bm.I .' 'A.JTURTUCAVS RESEARCH AND DEKENCC Civil Defense Channels and the rf Mldcct and Junior flna ,I a
;r ffl.-nR'r.A1'\ES WITH TILE: SVWKINTFN adopdnn I Ia laws that will make It brought face to face withNothingness '' ,
I !::' with the Inter-Citv Sheriff chanm-ls Commtnlentlon fool ball. In ,,1Co"thnn\ events Mld- ,)
ereitbL'0CAUSTS Impending; danger. In which we was maintained with net hove will use' an Intermediatefootball 1.>
nf HORROR; an* those C1 TNG1.F"'F.ClCI OF PURPOSE WE MTELY WHEN THE ORDER without ccnsolation, without possibility .
J the of Fcrnandini Beach will
PREPARE FOR WAR. Certilnly City while Junior boys usea
which strike nt ua aINr1'to havea DEVOTE.TO. BOMBS AND MIS. I
of respite. "Suave qui peue I
I Ccntinuotm communication Ribbons will he
the former Is more immediately wat'also regulation nine
certain I AFFINITY'XtnStatistics i fob SEPTEMBER. SITES. i I How many people for Instance, I Some wrenched down the doom; Imminent maintained Florida wide nvvnnled to cnntestnntt placing (
Even now although our warning would refrain from speeding If some clung to the heavy banq"et: 1t
the florida FmereencvCrmm'inleallons
If. In spite of Hell and ifinhWater" through first and second In all events. CORPORATION
ancient and* modem, system has done a mngnlfl. they did not remember that the tables; during one terrible! Instant, I k
t establish thin .fact beyond ""ulvo.r cent jrb of Having live), our research I Highway Patrol would be hot on I against fruitless hetrhms, flgilnst I we Ignore all warning, 'i' Network. All of _.-. -. ---- --- 308 Atlantic Avenue
this was according to plan
there Is little doubt of our learn Ftrninillni Inch, Florid
lIonl whether IdonrtfW af typhooni and defense against hurricane their trails If choose NOT to futile all the I
they generosities raged
the lull will to of Nassau County for ,
ing first-hand that a HURRICANEIS : "During we try i population Telephim 26113881LU
I big wind, or hurricane In PACED A HUNDRED I .
obey the law, of selfishness, all the ;
''ilnlia'sea frenzy HELL IN HIGH WATER! 1 Improve our plan I and correct our their cooperation and the volunteer riVI OFFICH IN tCMONVIU<
i, tike great writhing YEARS BEHIND THE TIMES -i I Time and time again, hundredsof talities of panic. And then The wise will REMEMBER: shortcoming and< serpents they have chosen this\ compared with our eoncentratlnnf liven have been lost because came thundering thro'C'i! the brU'1 Defense for -
THERE ARE THIRTY IIURHI.! pared should we hive another din- tally thote of Civil "
pcrljod In which to attack. : f money energy, and manpower the giant aunts, boom
people otatlnately remained on PANE-IIAUNTED DAYS I IN SEPTEMBER aster their wonderful, and unselfish sup '
hurricanes have cnrrtV ')arllttt m weapon of war, J I boachet AFTER they had been boom! One crash'! The huge "Again, let me thank the entire port." TRADE AT HOME

outof! the Caribbean during the Our Hurricane. Defence ihniildtltvolw urged to evacuate thorn over andover building rocks like a crude IC.I! I -. -- -- -- .- -- -- -.--- .- -- ----- .. ..- .---.-------
HURRICANE HAUNTS 1) LAW that Will\ FOROE 11 again.The saws, crackles What are human';,
MONTH OF SEPTMWE In1574 : our crelfH' cltlrenrv to SHARE I United State Weather Bureau shrieks: ? The hurricane U..
:;; 1583; 1501! ; 1R15;'103; IM; THE RESPONSIBILITY OF PRO. In not a 'law-enforcement a. ntW:! Anther! Chandelier I

,, ]1607: 17W): 1702: 1707; 1TM, ; 1711-: TECTJNO THT.TR': .OWN PER. gcncy. And It I II strange/ but Ira. splinter; lights are dashed out! A''
171?. 1728' 1734; 1737; 1738; rm; SONS AND fWOreRTY. I glcally true that people must be sweeping catiroct burls In! The
1740; 1743; 1751; 17W; 1754; 1787; It should be berated nod roller. FORCED to protect their own liven I Immense ball risen, oscillates, .I
t 17Vf: I71(! : 17M; 1772; 1774; 1778; ated that HURRICANES hold a and property. twirls an upon a pivot crepitates,

"t/ 177J; 1781; J7B2; 178.1; 1786; 1787: more DEADLY POTENTIAL FOR I Man has shown remarkable In. crumbles with ruin. Crash agnlti!
'G 17BIJ1711: : 1TO: 1802: 1803: AND DISASTER than the HYDROGEN gcnulty In harnessing, the forces The swirling wreck dissolves Into!
EVERY: SINGLE YEAR SINCE, BOMB I the wjllnwlns of another monster
f Nature: He hal learned to usefire
I from I 1806 through 1964. War may or may not, come to to control electricity and to billow, and a hundred collages
., FVERY year, for five ceirturtea, America but we need not won. utilize the atom. It In not cafe to overturn spin In sudden eddies, OiUNINGN01
,> there has come roaring to IN from der. whether or naf) another hur. assume that ho will learn the nature quiver, dl J'lln, and melt Into the IRI
Its ;Breeding ground In the Wilt rtcane will come roaring like a of hurricanes to the extent seething walers' SO THE HUR.RICANE *.

', Incites at leant one MAJOR BUR.RlCANE million devil from It* pawning that they may cease to be (for PASSED. I I .
: mad, mauling, mer.CllGBS. ground In the Caribbean him) such calamities THE HURRICANES ARE COM.I

The COMING OF HURRICANES In the meantime, all the wishful lING! And nothing to date In known
TI1ralr"hun'lc.nel. In which we ll a* CERTAIN an the SUNRISE. pretend It-wlll-never.come of anything powerful: enough to
1' hi\e been tragically Involved, That 1* why Hurricane should again, ostrich-headed thinking In I stop a hurricane except another
have killed at leant ONE MILLION be hurricane.
EVERYBODY'S concern. Tae the world won't make thin ghastly: lI (l-
HUMAN BEINGS from the United State Weather Bureau writhing, lea foam icrpont go a. But we CAN build spa wallsbeach
Cato Verde Islands to Canada Civil Defense Organizations, the wav. hmiscs and coastnl cities
ravaged the land,' and left! la theirawwomo Coast Guard, the Red Croud CANNOT W* must become! ALERT to the I that WILL NOT CRUMBLE when ,

wake, a desolation too SAVE OUR COLLECTIVE danger/ of our, recurrent HURRICANE the heavy waves d\anee. It ban )I'

4 he4rllenu. (10 describe __ LIVES WITHOUT: : COOPERATION. HOLOCAUSTS or we may been! estimated that "m re thnn '

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BRAND NEW completely furl! e"lfflllI: 1 14 Cool Barks PUBLIC NOTICE n Twi Degrees Twenty: FightMlniitpi PUBLIC NOTICE lowing Herorllied' prnprrU; iiliulcd; inNusau
18 Lugsa Cwnly, riorl-li. in wit'
NT AD RATES nlshed "a. Knnl i IR n negreei 1M. EI> ;
three-bedroom Blum .
apartment I 19 B Hh Mirror IIIIHINNCE' NO IHV i rlMime nf T"n mdred F tir IN MHCIIT t'nl'ItT. Y/II'SlH' Jr. lad Fight mi. Unit I five IS), OAK-
6't 1 word .75 minimum with large living area Central CHARLES M. IS Maltresa Pads \ Ortr>1NA..CF. VAPATINU: AND Feet! 1214' '' 0"l all'te' the II utherlvItllihlclu HICIAI. tiitdir or HORIOA, AWN PARK aic"rrtln, to pod l

1''>? [.f Think. Resolution heating. $80 per month Available 3b lied Springs .CON1INI I INH CFHTAIN. FTtt-r! |: rASf g .v line ..f lleeen 1\',.pl NAN AI' OINIV! LOR 111 A, IN lh r.if rerouted In Pl.t Bock 3.
COOPER MOTORSSales SO Dlar..la: ) PORTIONS Op KHHrTMTHK 1 IN:1 li the POINT; OF" .IIFOINNINilwhich llltMIHVNo. pun IB. nf th. "',hll" rnurcli urN
Ski d FImllar Notice Immediately. 2735 S. Fletcher.; I 10 POloxn CITY OF I MtNANPlr\ |i. alxn the Nnlb. Fa.l ror 1551PFDFRI ....u County. Honda', .
I word |100 minimum Call 261-4767. tic I V 80 Core Cole Vending Machine. BLACK. FLORIDA\ err nf .ih Lt D rf I.ol I in I'llRlrch NATIONAL MOMTOAdKAKKOIMTION Witness my hind and the real of
S For Serial No. 07820 p" t' rnce S 'iiih Kevin Dein .. Mid Court it rirnmrllna hooch
,, a rerporalpe *riaalifd
WHEREAi. the .treni nr rllo '
61.311118 or 2 I.?687 :NICELY 1 Oak Ch.stI if streets( hereinafter d"crb.d, p Preen Th''"'' Two Minutes E..II un4rr an Art of i.nr>.... m4putillnc r''''Ida. tits SOth day of August, A D.
drawer Chest ereIeIgnled
rJ FURNISHED: Unfinished I
DOWN. ,,
ValiantBarracuda T "cg-er 32' Kl I a dl.tinc nf
I plare id at office STAIRS I I Southern Crom Hld.a.lI.dI .. atrect. nn the map on One Hundred Seventy Two fart .pnriiianl In...the, F"'I''_l Na BALI) D 0 OXLCY
apartment, Desirable! and 'He in the City of Fernindlni 1I.'h. i llnnal M irtt IIP A rlall' "n ( arloo. !
"- Central Air Conditioning I H7J, n"i to a point which H alun 1 h.vln, t in, I I. the Clerk of the circuit Court
Art offlci
[ All AIh( SIr.Pff location Garage 261-4227 tfi. Hpitlnii Plant. Inrlda. but none of sold streets .r !'. I'I"'II1'' .., ,-"er -f *nb I..t 1'1" Hishliiitun p'lnc'I"o', "HUlrlrt of Col (A rape of the rmnpl. tint filed herein
I of hove ,
itrppt. been
poi1inac ever
14 Traxerm drupel F nf |I. 'I| ni-ek 201 l. I linibl.1. It atncned to the darn rf thl." notice
Plymouth 14 Trivern drupe rods pened' graded or used a. uhllc thence 0 "I ", '". Two for
ONE BEDROOM I fat Dcfrees which li milled to each defendant
PARTIALLY 42 Chain treet. and ore nrlthcrane nor I! T,en.. ," "'nu'e. Eons I* | Plaintiff whom a residence more apeclfle thane
f FOR SALE furnished house, Five Points, Chrysler 15 Lamps med ai public streets ant their do. M available Oct 1. One furnished t) lamp fhnrtp.It 'lunatic on said map merely' hinders I IIn' T'o Reel '152 0 'I 10 a pant "or.r.R 0. HSDD N ud CLOItI"III. worn '. filed herein by the
Throw Sole the devel-p'nenl of it+Id City: and which 'n .1.0 l the South We t cnr I IIADIIICN, hll wife, -' ,fI.r; .: : arms n ailorn.y I
ROOM HOUSE for MIfurnished beach apartment for tingle or 5 Year or 50,000 14 Window Screens V.HFREAS In the Judgment" nf t the npr "f Fob I.nt H of 1.1 in In midn' I .lp.d..11 I 41 A27 HI' 10, and IT
13 Porch Mali "ltv CnmnI..I"n of the City of 6r NoSier ot MdtThe L ,
couple 261.4944, tic Mile rk 20Ih.nr.\ *. North SevenTVprpe
or unfurnMic. Warranty I
nundini bench. nf
; 2a Pictures FlrldiVsl it I. I"r the lnlp" riirldaTo
1 Tin Minute I mlIN
6th Si lord I Stock lilt ereeis nf the cisbrne rr sand I nre1 ': RD'ER 11 IMDPKN andrinnu
deal to reo BEECH & 14th ST 17 Porch Chain I 7 H, oree. 3" RI:' d"l' nf ;
S r'h In dinronllnue the ; M wife
Phone 261-Sm 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED house 19 Want Paper Uaikeli Ilrt nr 011" One Hundred fnentv Two fret IIAhOON his
person. .
Phone 261.3003 tko < of Irret. heremdlee, te'rrlhrNOW nrsmicNrr UNKNOWN
14 Night
for i'IT" 0"I l I hop-Ing which I. alnn j
rent. Behind
017. 24e Drive-in thei ( RCA Vlcter TeleUilon Sell THERFFOI1" llf: IT FAfTFB '' of 1 Ynu ore hpreliv n 'tlflpd thnt a lull
rt the Nnrlli Went Pub 1..1'A ,
--- ter 261-5673 Itp I Will Trade Boats, all Model tl S 9(17Serial (, ny THE PP'OPI.I'' OF" Till'' of Int |o in cirner aiM Block 2ftl. hoe "iron find n..iln't you nn.pr II.
I No. A WWII: CITY OF FERNANDINA IItACIl. Mjrl.'pn' and l 11I".0 I M ilnddenIn
Sill t>nOOM HOUSE 40 foot Iar. Trailers For Almost FLORIDA North VlqMv Two Dcreoe ."W".d0 end that
or A 337714! A 3.TUI12, : inIT *"' W' the ibnp : '
rnlv ** Mlr Ors *
'411 |on 1 acre, 10 miles from 2 BEDROOM UNFVR'iISIIEDdownslaln : I A,3i72JtS.: : A,117: 'Mm. RFCTtON I Thus ill) ef the Mlo.... 1m"V 1 .I..r,. 'R' vh R "lot' 'ore nrI vim ore |-..ph| riMiuirrd, li Pita vuur Tel
Anything That Doesn't A n7'<'nti. lyietiiu and I nn "pr wllh IIP I i"ipik "if thin Cniirtnml .
Phone 261.56GB. lip apirtment Newly I log lreet amt I porlr| I Ie A1J77HI2. City of rernindini" Barb l'l..r ti .'". a cony liter*"f upon Ihenliinliff
painted with tile floors 261 t. / OK ni"I iNMNn TI mr
-- -- Eat.PUBLIC Modern Air Seta or pi" inllfta' ullurnrv, ..h".*
Ids. a. nhown by the map nr nl, it <00 ,el "f I ind cimliilni 1 4 acre more xl
AGE i\: SECTION 18 iIkh. 5359 after 4 p.m liMcCranle's Frame file in the Cltv nf ernan-tlna I nrnvh 0' teen.SECTION. mine and. ,,,lit,..i |to 4111,1 I' I IJ

,' Some tin bluff' & 0 UIIIDII H UIIIIIII H I guiifrpr 18 Freerer, Serial are hereby vncnled and rilHintlnue: MAIION A MitATinnn InC niv,
nv rlooklnll : 2 Thil nil other nubllirt'Mn
I No J9II74 ALL nt that certain' lit I' P\'.. orparrel '' mar 1I1I.l. r. Phone 2C.Iifi08! lip Apti TOOLS: 1 Wheel barrow, 1 PnwiLa .. nf land I .ltll.tll, King nnd of wow In 110. form if atrpeKlle I KM:!: n"| t'Icr I than iiilh uf VptvinlM .
1 S ROOM FURNISHED down. NOTICE ..n Mnwer: I Shovel: and I Robes. .being In t th* City of Fernindtni \' or fnntnith, whether mercl'iiliilrd lM>r A D I w.p. stairs hot nnd other .mall tool and item.O"FIE H ash. Cnunly 1 nf N.mini nnd or olhtlng 'in law,, in' the ore" I I I you fill, tn d" *o. sterna pro rnn
3AS RANGE $23.00. Call 261. apartment Utilities I "' h'rcll-'vn/ IIP i cur I ermndln.rtetih I
IN TUB: fluent COURT,, oi'BTJtimiAi : I ihlea: I two paces livlr state! of Flnrlrii. and further ,, I lean i will I 1'11 entree amlniit you for FROM BETWEEN
Ft ri-il herplniibi\e
ticy water Also cheap winter beach riRiur Ot' IIORIII., room suite; t healer: 1 dpichair known nod di'C-lhcd an nn UI'- relief ,1o'1II1InIt',1 In I he rimnlalnl
rentals, For Information call W. IN AMt roil NAIIAl) flM'NT'\. : I table'; 'lamp ihndp: and 1, t mud street! I Fllv Two Fret I 112' urn hereliy: canned vacated untUlie'r 1 Ilh. niiiur "flid null bring for
IN (''' N''FRCAN'" MO nl Card Rack, I Lounge chair, I Mi 0"I wide/ end One Hundred !Seven : IniiedHFCTION I f" rai'liwur* ul Mnrlgran on than to)
SB FULL OP FURNITURE, I. McCranle 261.4642. tee ROBERT TllfcODORE OEEHF. tan Chair: S Rattan Lamp stands, Iv Two Peat (1172' O'l |,,ng. and t That the mrppt vaeallnn I
Parker 261.3859. tic plaintiff. 1 lamps: I Lamp Shades and I Ral' located between u'toenlh on,1I'II..nlh effected by tIle OMlnonre tl CARS"slur
--- UNFURNISHED NEWLY DECOR. ,.. tan Floor' Rug 1 Street giuthrrlv+ front done aa earl nf a plnn nf public' Imnrnvcment ,
t kn NETTIE R. DEFSB, IN POTTAGE: AT REAR or MOTEL Beech Street and mnr pirtlcul.arlv '. rnli',til,"ited In f ic"ll " AND INCOME PROPERTY, ATED apartments for rent. Cull Pefenil ml ROOMS: dv.cribed by metes nnd drr I-ePenl nl t'p nrp .lfp'II-d.

bsc to miprr stores, double lot, 261.3377. Itt NOTICE or Hi IT I WpMlnghnuit Refrigerator till b"onda in follow.I ... 'frt'ON 4 TOnl till ordtn .n.'o
THE STATE or I.LOR IDA cu. III II I I OH a point of rpferenn' ntnrt at .hull t 'kr> effect |h",... |lo''v' upnir, ,, IIIflntil Open For Business
1 So, 5th St .
tic TO: NFTTIF: R DFFSE Fleilrlo Rang* four burner the North Went. corner of Mlnck p ...'. md nohiic" tl,>n'.
FURNISHED COTTAGE S rooms I RESIDENCE UNKNOWN 1 011 Healer' 201 .. .howrr nn the official plus MAYOR roMWf .'ir>wFn .

.FALCON: $193, or trade Ph and bath Electrically equipped. You are hereby notified that a lull I Bed Spring and .Mutlre.Hi of call Cltv: (I.. lithographed and E J. JOHNSON, JHATTP 1John's
1 Breaktait bet 'I< .h.lnlI ) l Sound by the Florida Railroad
I I has been filed against you In the '
+ 1-8678. tlHltLMAV Lone Oaks 261-5066. He above entitled ewes. and. shot youi Mavtng Washing M.iihm Company and enlarged, reMs.rt T'nWID '
dlnr.II:: : M IIATC'HI'Lrltv :
i 1 I I" hereby required to lie your .n i i Dressers r bv the Florid. i Barber Shop;
Auditor and Clerk
9 Bed I I',.m.. T+" tone' ,,vemeote Cimipmv in
( 4 donr station wag.r 2 BEDROOM COMPLETELY fulnlshed ewer with the Clerk of Ihli Court "-'n of First Reading: August 29
I to serve I copy thereof upon the 31000 8prlIRIS 11W7 and IIOIi I : theme South Ugh-" ,
perfect running order, new oceanfront apartment 48 Plaintiff or Plaintiff, Attorney whoi M ittre.... : mile I OP

lot( good rubber 30090 mile So Fletcher Ave Phone 261-5211. name and addren. laThnrnnl : i Chests. of Drivers iept li nf. I'eennd''' ant I Final Reading:
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cash 2615978. S17, 24c tic Attorney II at' Hill Law I : Dale of Publlcntlnn t...pt. 10, 1064 I 403 South 8th Street

II North Fourth Street I NM gallon Oas Tank I LOOKINGFOR U 910y1
IN :BEDROOM I Flri Extlngul.hera I (ll't glllor -
FRAME home. rirnamllna Belch riirlda' I
TWO BEDROOM UPSTAIRS fui. :>ctn"'r,1" and thnt I .will accordingly: offer said
2 ear garage 100 X 165 lot. Be. not later than the Ind day of
real for ale, it public vendee
Dished apartment on beach year 1M4. estate
hied Drive-In' Theatre. Phone I If you fail to do *>. Deere Pro to the highest and .bed bidder. for
[2fit-63S3. Slip round rental. 537 No Fletcher. Conferee will he entered ,,"t.11 you each, onII.* 51'h day of October. AD'' OPEN 8:30'A.M. TO 6 P.M. DAILY ,
Phone 261.3595 tic for the relief demanded In the Con. IW4 at II clock A M at the front r_
door of the Nassau County CourtHouse 8 A .
pO LANTIC AVENUE Lot dire: plaint rernandlna Much,, Florid USED CAR
The nature ot old cult being f< '
-- --
. ''1.x,100. Liberal term. divorce Doled AuetlKt 12th A D9114 1 CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
ATLANTIC WITNSS my hand and the sal i nt
HIGHLANDS six resl.
U, S, March0LMiddle '
MISCELLANEOUSWILL I said Court at rernanrllna Beach Na.,
IcnlUl! lots each lutJ3i 138'i.' IOU Cnurrtv. Florida this 31.t day 01 Dlitrlct of Florida I I ? ? ni
? ?
Autujt IBM !Samuel 8 Jacobson !
Borne terms I .
; S Plum:Iff. Attorney:
SEAL /./ D. O OXLEY Attorney
y ownnr MIzcH 200 .aw Ex.: KEEP CHILDREN by day ( ) 4t 9.1, 10 17. i 4 ComfortPLENTY
CLERK Of CIRCUIT COURT = Conditioned For Your
week. Large
hangs Elds? or Experienced Thomai O Hall

Jacksonville, Fla.,'.Telephone. fenced yard with play gym Ph, Attorney North for Fourth PlulnHffII Street \ PUBLIC NOTICE I Hurricane Specials! '

3i5.2M3. t** tic! 261-3989 tic Fernandlna liejch Florida ORDINANCE NO, JIT

r v 4t S3 10. IT, and \14 I AN ORDINANCE VACATINII AND t' '. "


east: t.t m...rOn.4uarti>r mil. and eluifleratOl'. .awpairs.. .** Call AND POHTIONg Or STREETS IN i ... .
4', South of Five Points on Amel, after T30pm: to 7:30 a.m. 22! TilE BEACH.CITY FLORIDA Of. FEItNANOfN Ifmlor' ,

Rd Call 201-5121<< tfe 5294 Call at Hilliard Or APPLICATIONFOR I Auto Trans
: during day TAX DEED WHEREAS thi streets. or pnrtloi
--- 845-3853 tee of streets' hrlnaftr described. nflenlgnjled One Owner $1995 $ BECKETT
| SEE 'THE NEW SANDY KOUFAX: NOTICE!: IS HEREBY I1VEN, thai. .. II..... nn the mop on JOHN ,
A, E, Howard the holder ol the Inlimlnf
file, In the City nf rernnndma Hearts.
-. no prop no Roars, pure thrust.''LE'I' ALCOHOLICS ANONV. certificate. bee filed maid cetlflcalo. .. but nm of laid: streets. or porllnrnf 1962 Ford Fairlanc4Tionr
velocity let oulb'inrd engine for a tax deed to he bussed alreeta, hive been ,,
ever opetieigrudcd
with drink.
your thereon The certificate numbers, and HARDEE BROS.
orate d n. public ulreeli and V8 Auto Trillin Owner and Operator
l .
Runs In 2 Inrhcs of water 6 hours .. ,
(no? problem Write Box Slf, yeses of liiuame. the d crl|>tlnn of ore neither useful nor ward a* put II.
per; gnlicn Only $11911), Dealer the property" and the names In .whlcIn Radio andHeater
Cit7 or Phone Jaw El 67700. all-eel' and their denlgniilioa' on ATLANTIC AVE.
...... .
.d follow
I waa ore at : merely hlr. leri the $1295
Inquiries Invitol() Phono 261.5063 mop developmel
Certificate No, 60 Year ol liiuanc
of said City, and I
or Write Dox 23C: Fernandina FLOOR SANDING infl roflnls IK59De.crlpllon :
I of Block 137 Ltd WHFRFA9 In the judgment' nf the 1.- -- -
I Beah. Fla Int. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson a Town of. Hllllurd Properly I City CommlK.lon I I of t the City of Per I 1961 Chevrolet
,-- nnndlna (tench. It la for the best" Irtere .
Phone 2ftMAOR. tfe Nerve In which imwised Mn E
$20000 down, $")? month buys misotuiry Fredrlikunn 18 N. Lui.runsi: Rd I ,l of the clllren. nf auld Clip tdiscontinue Station \Vaton 1.I .
-- --- -- / 1 i I the itreei. or portions al : ? ?yia ::4d''Itll'ila, 10li44.t.yh'M? Ml tthI 4' II-r0Mihner'Tr4N4if :y'i.utiiA57-----
III. '
three hedioom home La fining $1295 /r:
All of laid property being In the i sheets 'hereinafter I deicrllwd 4-Door 1.I I nhw l I. I { / ,

John T. Forwlra A Son Unleai such certificate or certifcatei MY THF PEOPI OF THE
ihall be redeemed .according I''ITV Ol. FERNANDINA BEACH, 1962 Ford

Broker / first class aiitnmibilc me. law the property Icmribprt In such I FLORIDA: I'M'ruilino V'1'1 I y Y !: .,
tog Atlnn'lc Ay Phone 2R1K1FIEXAIUM rerllflial or certlflc lee will he Inlll SECTION I I. Thnt all of than followIng ) 'Mi1'i4 nqJ I.rL
tonic, Rcniral Karate helpei to the hlghwt bidder at the courthouse rtrrela und portion of streets III ]',. -f(>tt Condi(' !!11111<> IM+11 "

= CUSTOM MAD: Apply In person, Lasacrre Mot dar on the trot Monday I In I the Cllv of I'ern,.inrilna Benoti. Floi"
Month (if O-t'hcr. I'MM which li the Ida are hereby vacated and dh con. l t.rw: HiI4' lc,11'111 -
Venetian blin,Is measured and I I or Co tfRFLIABLE nth day of October. I 1'084. llnued: I, ] For $12')5
Dated tills 3101 daY of Aiimmt UK ,
Irwtnllod, Wide of color., ---- -- A 'Y
rnnee All nf thai
certain lot piece or M
D 0 OXLLY S! 'it' +P eraa 1j6t'q'tf.
Color WOMAN 1 DAY i A parcel nf fond illu-ite, lying nndlining Camper or Delivery < rv t I
. POKTER A Clerk nf Circuit Court <>f i :: ; '.Ihlllh
WEEK for general domestic I Nassau I'lurldaIII. / Irr the City of Vernandm.Bcuih .
Center. Phone 2fil. :W8! tf. County
County of Nseeau and
work. 2G1.5631 Hi 4'. ., 10 17, t 4 I stale of Flirldi and further 1963 Ford F.600 .,yam
BEDROOM house on Ray< .- known and dencrltted I
TWO -- ---- a. an un I
oa Rd I.arpc lot Terms arrani, PUBLIC NOTICE n.ned01'" Fifty Two rat I IM 2 :Speed; Axl" IW"I
0 ) wide and On Hundred geven I _
i d.'Ph 2615421. He LOST NOTICE!: OP MARSHAL SALE IV Two Feet 1171 01, long. and I 5 SiM'ed TninHtniHHion ar.y,
UNITED ITtTrH Or AMERICA" Incited between Fourteenth and
nijoiUACHUAI'trPY. TIIOROUGIIRRE: .MIDDI.R DISTRICT Or FLORIDA Fifteenth glreeli Northerly from Dummy) Tnntlim I
male, Call 261-JU9 ci I morepgurtlrul :
< x..rl. ti : deawdwdsbp I PRJCJQTO.SEI1.
ee II. I"I ty I
tees: Hf. M. Blehopr! "' .'e : II e! aH. PIP) / n..hlt j M"Ptf,1leco!!; PuMMtk! li ncnbjr '(Ivak, .UB 1.by Munda sea fmww5F yl 4 I f' ': eeAj. .". -p-- ,
soil mal '' 1ru ,
Finder keep money / venue nt. writ' of Bummer 'oA.A, Pt11N1'01+' REVERENItR''' .. .: / .
FOUR, LARGrTiliady ;Bt Fix e pamrs or write to James Strick. Final' Decree, doted June n A D start nt the tiulh: Went corner of p1956"Chevrolct ,
10114. Issued out Drh.* DutrM Court. Block 200 a. chows un the official
IMinta If you d'slre.I 0 Ml land, Box 438, St Miry's, Ga. of the United Matea for the Middle pint of .ild Cllv Las llthoKr.nh.il/ Watron

build! for you. S24l Dutrlrt of Florida on I judgmenrnderd i end bound by the Florida Railroad God Condition $495
-5r In' said Court on the 1711 Company In 1817 nnd tnlnrged re NEW RANGES & mm
fr FEMALE SIAMESE cat day of June A D. I I'.M. In favor 01 vlwd, and r..llu.d by the Flur'
tot I Stanley Drive LOST! The United gtatp of Amerkw and 1 ids Town: Improvement* Company
bother collar, Notify Mrs Irr"I 1887 and g,: LOW I'ltl'FDMILL :
$"no for $1VK I ) equity Take up Pay; Red against C. L Bidden. AdnilnwtratoiI lips: them tith
Louis I 1.01\1' 2BI.47T9: tie I have. nit thin 12th d"'ly of AuRutt Eighty Two Degrees Twenty tight:
moms 3 bedroom 2 billiifr ._ . _._ on A. D 1IW4. levied upon the f. llcmlmlencnhed Minutes, cant is H2 degree til tla ;. CARS
> .*. I real .tjle and iMrwinaproperty dint'n,'* of two hundred four'
'1 I titu 'ited In Ih* County oNIMUU feet 'f>l>4' 01, along Ih* Northerly HEATERS Al J COST
1127: No. "Hch' \'r Avf. Found : and Mute of Hnrlda, In wit; right of" oy line of Beech Severn 1956 Chevrolet
$3,30000: Completely furnished I Heal property aitujte In the Towiil III the POINT OF IIFMNNINOwhlih ;
L ,11:I..in in. County of N.ueau. Stale In air the. S'Milh' Fill, corner .
TV ft Morldn. rip.inl' ..d al fell'we.. : of Rub till n nf ItA five I 151 $195
210 So. 11th. St. ONK StNKFN ROT salvage In 1.1 Part of Section, jt. Tiwnnhlp 1 In old III-** ?00. thence North

2 bedrooms 2 baths extra nlrl r Amelia River 23 ft. Anyone Per.nindmi In.. North, Ninm dencrlhed 21 Ea in>l.follow.more purtliulurly BeRlnnmlt Seven EastN'sewers 7 degrees Thirty. 32'EI Two: Minute.a dnI 1958 English Ford to anyone who had this type appliance

eonlut l n, .\. Cook,
yard $12.riOO. rotted at the Xoulhweil eorifrr of mi* of One Hundred !Seventy Two '
00fr Dtoth. 2tH.4.22. OIp the Inteneclion of Boothe Street Feet 1172 0"1 to "point' which .Nnl $195 I \"
:'Ii... 5 has Ililh I .. from tnlrl Lit, r. Lot 9 nf .aid lilock Jithcnc damaged by Hurricane Dora
3 bedrooms Florida room bl'onlltllily p'intad' hrinnumgi'run, ; In a Southerly "kmth' rliitvTwo' Degrees. 1958 Chevrolet
direction nl IIT" the Westerly Twenty Fight' Mlnulea Cant (H Mnegrpeii
landscaped ynrd tl.HW I rN CLASSIFIED I lloundjry of Well Street for 0 2H Fl:, a m.lunc' of |'Iftv (Rough) $195
down, assume payments $'))3t duel'n. of 110: beet: theme run In Two fret |152' n"I toe.,lnt which PLUS
DISPLAY I Weiterlv) direction and pnrallel I. Kino the North West corner nf -
per month. with lloothe Street tor a dmUni. Sub It H of L-'I t of .ui'i, link"
'' direction and paralled to Welll Thirty Tvo Minute.' West IS 1 d*.
Bealllr Rent -oo>o--)+o n OJ III III U I Street for a dutance, "r:10: feet pace 12 Wl'. a "|,.n", (< Oe H'". 0 Cylinder
Lo ge. Btatt 1'ome 18f to the Southerly huundary of Boith' tired Seventy Two Feet (172 0"'I Standard Trim, $175 FREE GAS INSTALLATIONincluding
San, Fletcher Ave. $1:010 mint h Palallag Street. them" run In an Faiterlvdirection to a "point .which I. silo. thl !South
Free F+/lmalee. al.ing the Southerly b..un- Went corner nf Sub t/4 A nf I.'I IIr flood Tl'unHrlllrtulll1n
liitnlihed I day of lloolh Street fir a rtixtdme inn Block 2W), thence' N. rth
Tall of 200 feet to the point of begun.' Seven Deiree.. Thirty Two Minute', :;
CO\T\CT PETE INCRtM I nlnn. aid property being a p ort of Vie-l IS 7 degrees 32' Wl a dl.ljiwe I
Salesman !sl.U7 lad Sl. .lit. Illixk Three I3l' "fhe nf Fifty Two Feel lit'' 0"m the Now Is The Time To tanks and piping
j Booth' Survey ai Braun and recorded POINT OK BFl.INNINU"" I. Till pun
L. L. Buh.innonRg Jar Danallr.HOIHtHUIIIIIIC. in plat IHxk L, page a Real Estate Broker th. public' records if Nassau t"untv /1111' 0' 5.11 :
13 261.52 l llorldu: and said property" lien l ".'("/10'1 2 Thit all other nubileIvhlanfuay I
N. Phone '
I Iemg and cmnprlalnif all of Lot In the form of mreeMllev Our 64 Fords AND INSTALLATION OF
"We 1I0ntl" .n'I II i , I I t : ; I II i f fi
a.licll l.lollsgs 11II H-H II III I ill, and part of Lola Five' <5i I and I nr footnith.' whither. merely' I.
Arrl'lItl' sm !1.! and 8 IOSF: OIT I Twelve (12). according to the Dan. .re', or territory. Mha Cilv, nf trr Save Money Both .
HUD: HUE HUE cy Survey of Ihe Town Callu mlinq, Heath """da, herein' .bov l.
I Son. EXCEPTING from .rll of the e'crihed. ore hereby tloMd vatatedKFC1 'I ,i Offer Good Only Until October 1 1I .

FOR RENT I Pbwe: described pogrerty i. t part and dl.ronhnard' Ways !
Me have II-1H4 Pullaci there'd' conveyed by Rr gllvie I 0 That th* atreet vne.tlonrfetted [

lad Kkkkl we maul IMvekrfur and Wllli Mae Ogllv, till mite, by this ordinance I. dung at I I I
bath to the Slate of Florida by deed part of plan nf nubile Improvementilrulitet See Charles, Geneor
fOR RENT 3 rooms. private Be$. J4. .. we dated November < Ivan recorded to fcllli-'e she develop.
Apply 111 So 5th St IC.eall c Nuvemher 29. I in Deed Ita'k Penn. ni the area affected
Base reduced prides .p to 57, pores 505-007, Poe the p0rpm.. SECTION 4 Th/t Iht- ordinance, CurtAT SUBURBAN PROPANE
of widening Wells Street Iatate shall tnke effect ImmerfKite-lv' upon
\'. ApU Sl Ill a IM4 Modrli.W Road No. 131: : t its blot !>'...*. and OIIhll."n., Suburban

OfXFRO'iTPTS, Complitil;, Together with .U .d sieguhr the MAYOR COMMtMiriNFnAVir
: I lava. to" mJe ream IrIk tenement. herediiamenti. ?.. .... J. 10HHIJON. JR. Propane '
urnlshed Day "neck or .. thereunto helontfirg or I! ATT"'T'E.

SR4 S. Fletcher Ave. Phniw :!IiI' Ma. sew t3's Mr Rurlenanc:e appertunlaiiAU > M IJATfHEL Lasserre Motor GAS SERVICE

5878, trDLPLEX c: ..w* ..jf Harper Pmlbie, ,,I IYI tb foll'iwing. parKmal proper* !! Cp DATE! Auditor Of FIRST_n" Clerk.RF ADI NU; August

; Pak; for tM "I l II I Hubher Balk Mali N 1"g4 CompanyOr
UPPER 2 bedroom"unfurnished 20 I hdai ".Tr nr '.coNf> AND FINAL
Ua(r Si UM awl! K4UM1 14 i n4 fr>rinii; (Bnn" I F.ADIN'I/ FPT *. I'MMJJt 7 South 71h Street Phone 261-3661
large rimms' 25 I M..11'..... Ot PUBLICATION: Sept 10 Call 261.I1H9| :

round, 1323:! 8<1. fhtrlu'rI' ,..,........ : } '-U !!1! 14 I Dre..pri I.. i
2 l.4128 ", If''I It i Mirrori 11 110
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Side of Page 8-A Nctva Lender, FernAndina reach, Florida Thursday\( September 17,11964

Ft. Clinch Park Emerging From Dora's Onslaught- t I The Storm" I-, -

Fort Clinch State Park, Inacccsslble .
due to trees, limbs and Told Te Martha Puleltl
wlics felled by Hurricane Dora, I
and a huge gnp wished out In the In any circumstance, regard. r r
main/ read Irom Atlantic. Ave?, Is lens ol' how fcrlnis, iiieic iiivms
rapidly recovering Irom the dim.ages iIsm a elliiatlcn or saying 1 lam
"ki.> us see the brighter side,
acro-d ng tn Gil Becker,
such is these Incidents during
park Buperlnl'nd
His statement to the Now Lead. DoraThe:
}t er follows: I lady who wanted to take
e her cloths .
"Labor Day morning there were to the wish-o-mat because
144 families camping at Fort rf power failure at her home,
Clinch State Park By that even. and was further dismayed when
she reallrrd she couldn't Iron Ihe
leg only one dozen families remained
from the holiday weekend I hand washnd clothes dry Ah, the

3 N sa They were advised by the park luxury of electricity

superintendent of the location and
direr Ion cf Hurricane [> ra and 'i Local family who welcomed the
Tuesday morning were requestedto 'I I I oppcrtunily to feria t with; their I re- I

evacuate. By noon the camp I I'latlvcs In a neighboring state Be. CMB; (;.01.HAZARD)
t hat not plann'd Is
e a area was deserted Ing residents of this nearby beach, was fhown here at the Fernandina
It1'11I they who were always Golf Course. Pro Ed Malison! Mandi' In font of lake created by Dora in the
"Park ringers! began preparations I[ serving the feast to relatives. ways of No. 18 and No. R holeo. Similar 1 .ikes on the front nine have caused the
Tuesday morning boardIng
_ up the Jetty Lodge/ /, by concession ing of all hut the back Hide of the course", u itil the water drains off. Note huge

building, and entrance station A friend who said, "since we at left cf Mattson( that bowed to Dora's structive winds.

Picnic tables were taken from the i can't hive a coke with Ice cubes
beach at the camp area and placed i i let's make some hot coffee"11 *. *

to further Inland In the event of I
trr flooding and garbage cans were The 7-year-old lad who replied '
emptied and placed under shelter to his mother on the second even. ;. 1
Gas tanks In all park trucks were Ing of the strrm when she was I :'I
topped off and extra gas and oil complaining about the family only :
were laid tn Axes were sharpen. eating and changing seats, "that'i a I'
ed, the chain saw and auxilliry not all you've been doing", III > \'
I ;
v pumps were checked The park I mother asked, "and what e'se' .:.q,,, .f>
was patrolled to make sure every. have I been doing/ ?T" Quote, "you've ; f, '0 )
out and the gales were been screening all ,:
: day'
one was
FORT ('LINC tL.'ITJ\TE PARK SUPERINTENDENT: ; GIL HLKCRlews major park locked at S'00 p.m. I '
road washed >I.... Hurricane Dora Becker said that the fourteenth Street entrance .
"A of the park on Thursday 'Seagulls In Callahan""Oh
may be utilized and the park will be ready for sightseers and campers by the showed survey roof shingles missing wtly
'\ weekend.t 1t'''*.
f If' from the Museum, Commanders the lucky people with out.
voi Quarters, Prison, and Sallyport houses' remarked a visitor to our
; (01)f Building felt on the newly reconslructed I city

v.NMr" roof of the Idlers' Bur. iF
b racks was torn to shreds and the I Dr Bailey Dickens with all his

P bastions, bakery, bla'k mllh'l medical Instruments and fishing
kitchens' and Museum' were I
gear, looking for a screw driverto
all flooded There was a foot cf take down Ihe sign/ overhanging .
water In the parade ground, The his office entrance, I rc Y1ITH
Northwest bastion of the Fort was
undermined by wave action and ,
part of the floor caved In Th.reare When Coach Benner was sum. DORA'S \\INDS rapidly approach ng hurricane force, city crews were :i
sink holes In the parade moned during the storm days at at work clearing up debris from the city s reels on Wednesday.
the school by a small boy saying I''
"tM r of the subter .
ground over
a lady was sick. Questioning the *
tunnels, High tides brought *
ranean I
boy on the way to Investigate, the
Hood waters up Into the parking lad said, "She's going to have a
Irt at the Fort and one end of this
baby 1
area Is filled with debris from
the wind and tide Most of the low .
the north end The disappointment of the Bean aw
protective dunes on ;
of Amelia Island have been wash. children wlh: the return of electriclty <. iI1 i
Lamps and candles are
cd away.
much more fascinating
"The Jetty Lodge withered the
strrm gracefully Some roof and i

3.0T A SNOW SCENE bat the male road Into Fort Clinch State Park after Dora shingles are gone and rain wat. beach The house displaying torn to align bits ,on 'Own north 1 IR iI

deposited about 0 Inches of sand alorf this section. Park Superintendent Gil Becker ers blowing In around the boardedup your own home, no down pay. I
-- looks at trees at left which were weighted down and crushed by sand whipped off doors caused minor flooding mcnt"
the. high dunes at left., Flood waters came to within a few
the Lodge
yards of Jetty
__ "The main drive Is washed out The turning/( circle at the river and
front planted with palm trees
In ono place and further
the drive Is covered with six Inches flox"'crs, now enhanced with a SOME OF THE MANY HOMES on North Beach considered total losses i
which blew from the commode scat
of sand
nearby dune The drive, picnic be-a;;;; I I
area and campgrounds were a On south refrigerator I .
tangled mass of downed trees, possibly washed out by a storm \

limbs, and hanging snags. of years past, returned, by Dora 4 '
.. ,
fr wY +W .3 .. W'" ,
for Home-coming
0can up Is now being eotid"ct- t
ed on an overtime basis, with first !
priority given to the Fort and The little boy sight-seeing on
camping area. The limbs, leaves, the beach was overheard saying, :'
and moss from the clean' up operation look at the Cuban spears', his
are being deposited along mother replied promptly, "you
f the high water mark of the wash. mean Spanish bayonets".
.. ed out beach en Cumberland Sound
In hopes that the shifting sand Much Joy from little boys who ,
< accumulate there and once didn't t have to take a bath for several l l
AT.HIGH TIDE will __ .. ._ ,_. ..... ._
Wednesday morning Dora's winds were pushing the Atlantic O-can again form dunes" days, and the asphyxiationfrom -.w. ___

I utqpast the front ..o( the Blur Sea Restaurant as a prelude to the more destructive: The Park Superintendent hopesto girls' hair ipray In closed AMERICAN BEACH, popular Negro resort area on the lower Amelia Island Jea

higft tide thataIElitltbatrIpped4' ;: .a MpJDg i hole ,in,this area. have the park open on limited houses front was also hard hit by Hurricane Dora. This view shows a number of the ; 'eO'I

*', basis by Sunday, September 20th. and business establishments that suffered extensive damage from the wind and
r Regular patrons may note the Rev, James Dunnam trying to erosion '
-. --- passing of a few familiar land. awaken his good brethen who took l
marks, but will be pleased to find shelter In the church, to help em. *

the esthetic beauty of Fort Clinch pty the pots and pans catchingthe ,..
State Park withstood the furies of water from leaks In the Chapel .
d f t, e Hurricane Don "Oh ye of little faith" could not
mean them as they were so full .
flLl I
,'L4 I of faith they slept right throughthe ;

Ems' HURRICANES storm, all but the poor Rev, ..
+ 't 9.Las Jim "

Mike Piilcttl who Is too young
A tropical storm becomes a i
full.fced! hurricane when ItsI to eemprehend electricity excliim-
_,.,, ''' '.., .L..ooA.a I winds reach sustained speeds of ed each time !the' lights/ went out
"Where Me"7 and little Julie
75 miles an hour or higher, ac. .
:::'1 ... ." ..M + :i i't 'cording to Florida Agricultural Mlerzejcwskl of the same ago repeatedly I
,\' ,," rcqucslng new light
Stations scientists
'f. "-' rt' Experiment
-- \ ;;\ ,
< ,.t.,>.}'). ..""It'flt. ;".. """, .. ,I. ..,', ... I : Winds toward the center of the
)j -v.. -j\\;.."" .. _.. _. ....v storm and temporary gusts can The motel key that would not
reach to 150 miles an hour at .
THIS SCENE OF DEVASTATION is just South of Moore's\ Grocery and the beach the earth up'i surface However, the fit the school house who door had when passedthe Inserted COMPLETE LOSSES were these two homes on North Beach,

recreation area. Note giant chuncks of rip-rap on beach that were moved around so-called "eye" or center of the still by, stayed a man, and then tent to -- ,

by Dora as If they were marbles. hurricane Is calm and peacefulas the school In a taxi for shelter. Florida wildlife law provides | If a bear looks small don't t host : Leave tile pet goldfish at
--- --- around It that If a fihscrmin catches bassor
winds rotate a
It, Any bear less than ore year cld when you go fishing In (!
(rain and gusts) may his any other game fish on a trot The Gams and
Squalls on
A man of another city and Iran than one hundred pounds Fresh Water
1 extend out as far as 2.;0 miles home from work after the line, bush hack IIr set line It must CommiuJin prohibits the AftM
way be returned In wclgul! Is defined as a cub bear
from the "eye", gradually dim. storm, and before the clean-up I Immediately to Ihe sion nt any goldfish or carp
In force their distance water. and cubs are protected ut all' tunes. Cloning.
: InMihg as crews had begun, noticed a long
LtV.REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO Increases portion of the street of which he I ,

Hurrlecncs are wet turbulent was traveling being I completelyclear I ;
heists spawned over the warm of debris. Approaching/ the
waters of the tropical North Atlantic street marker, he was astonished | j jIt
Carrier Caribbean Sea, or Gulf of to find the street' name to be
Mexico, which migrate northward DORA. I jI
from Juno to November In search I

of something to vent their fury The understatement of the year 1
upon was made In a mild mannered way
AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING They spew; out: 5 to 10 Inches of by Louie Lowe while trying to I
I rain. and sometimes i will I I dlsgorg" rest after having lost a beach Z". ra
ICE MAKING MACHINERY 20 Inches on their victims. house, and having had 4
Hurricanes prefer to prowl the lions of the windows being nOtlflca.j a ser. .,

SALES SERVICE & INSTALLATIONS I I sens during August and September In his grocery store, "I'm twte +,e C r'r ,,r rP'r'irp{ r
and may cut a swath of de. of this thin I"',

.. ... Flruetlrn 25 to 503 miles wide If I' .wuwl 7l.'r "
.( they strike land. The Gil Beckers listening In.
: 'I'hl'Y'le I strong, powerful creatures tently to their radio for the latest I
and according to estimates and the ,
; : storm news hearing announcer ,
t r
thtvu y r
I same of the bigger ones can Ken. say "sorry we cannot
crate more energy In one second bring you the Georgia election re- "
than that produced by seven) I turns".
atomic explosions.
Why are hurricanes named af. The Main Street Drive.In mar.
L ter our sisters.I Ives, and girlfriends 'onee announcing "Gone With The
I ? 'I Wind". i.it .
-4892 I The reason is that girl!'s names
are short, quick, and not subject 1 Mrs, Extern Corbett and Mrs 'I
1104 S 8 STREET to error In writing and speaking! Sam Stewart working diligently I
I Four sets of names In alphibctical cooking on Mrs Coibett gun
older are being used lAcry four stove and preparing everything
We Service Everything We Sell! yers the cycle is repeated and necessary like efficient mothers, IF YOU I BUY SELL 'TRADE HIRE i1i
I named reused unless 1mlljul', and then both trying to make the ,
disastrous hurricane nicur fiHillNh em opener work Surprise! ...........- ..

I From Sibling :Vws; No "Julre. ," __ ._ 1 1cal I'

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Joe Scofield Says Trail "Weathers"Dora New .!.eailor. Fci'nandina IIeachFlnrilla__- _T ur,day, September 17, IOC!)() I _.. Page. 1.C

Except For Fletcher Ave. DamageJoe

I Scoflcld, manager of the) and a generator has been install
Buccaneer Trail, advised Ilin ed ti lunilkh current
j'T week that with the exception of Many road signs em the Trail
the extensive damage la the neither I wore blunt\ Bonn And .ic being v ysb
I'as Ave, portion of AIA, only : repined by the sign dipiilimnl; ,
t tt fi minor damage wia Inllklrd' on 'Fallen lI't't'hI littered the
f the Trail from Fcrnandrnj Beach hliilwjv (rant Km mil iu Bench '
i to the Ft George ferry dip I to fraiiklmlown, uric remitted as
A imnll washout occurred at I soon an trucks and ciews nrrlv
the South end of Nassau Sound led: from Baldwin,
bridge but was quickly repaired I The Icrrvessels were taken up
en"rT! v by maintenance crews out of I the SI. Johns Haver and anchored p
ibfo'lawsww' +a+Mi Baldwin, early Tuesday, returning Friday ,
Electric poles were down at the lo resume opt'rallonl11I'n electrie ',
PLATE GLASS WINDOWS lo go were these at the Downtown I Gulf Station South plain with current Inter !, ClII'rl'ntI HI fl'al nI'l'd111rrol ,
2! windows blew out on Wednesday afternoon and forced a speedy remo\el of fixHppr ruptcd early Wednesday mornlimPower kill Killed that t the entire I
...by Carl Jones, station operator. :::: has not been restored tu I II : nl Die Buccaneer I Trail was
dale however heavy duty batter to he iiniptiniinlul fur their com
'=.t 'J", I
In have been pressed Into duty'' plili coipeiullon during( the hurrtcoiu
I to handle the electronic equipment ',
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'Dr. B. F. Woolsey Says Food Spoilage
na' --w'Z
still I
Causes Concern In Hurricane Aftermath ? _

I Dr, B, F Woi>lsc>', Director of I cloud up In frecicrs was list
Nassau County Health Depart I While power service hid bun
mint, said In the allermalli! of a Interrupted for am length of time
I I'l ill,: CMUni; OF KAMA MOUNINC(l I : 1"I'ldu"hlle Don's winds
hurricane, of greatest\ conirin lohoiillh all bold In ordniry service re. on w ereMill lit
/ officers Is the dnnsir of filMinlomus discarded I Thercsldiiimil I hurricane fniit'. londa I I'uhlic I tililies ('iimpm)' crews were already! hard at work
: fond spoilage due to lack of refrigeration I :: : owmu llumsilves: 'I ; an. restoring electric service. Here a crew is shown, \\ with the "chert-v picker" culling
and contamination of plying: the eliHHle rule of When I (lice limbs from a line on Atlantic! Auntie near Ihe Junior Hiiih-Llemenl.irv Shook
water supplies, In doubt, throw II out", xo that power loulil he restored to the \"t'er' 1lanl.ln urdu to provide the llal water
Dr, Woolsey said Hut while the h Dr, We 11m'v ixpiiftscil. himself temee. lljffi-liner winds prevented the p ,)tnipher from accurate focusing.
s r. local water nupplv w 'is Intirruptid ai In'1114 hlllhl>' 1I'lh'llIl: : nt (the
during! the he slit of tin' huirl whole) hearted UHpiuitinn if all *
cane thllI al due to lack lit food diIriliitou in thin crisis,
power and not to any accident lo Immiini/alli for null Maim, t '
the ijslcm When power was resumed pilui unit t tvphold arc 111I'I'I'UHl'\ '
t Mimplei from all public all our clinics In the eiiuntvIn 1
v *
P water supplies In the county wile the urea of ('1\ II Dele\ 'use the
submitted to the Sink Lat/ urntnry Health 1)1'I"ll'ln1l'nlIllS respon.slble ; ft
,1+ for lestlnB( All >ii|>plk> wile found for si'i'm'in K doe'tint and
,+ .+ '.i7lMi to be asfeIndividual, nurseH to Maud by for all of the I
rock wills which' are : eight shutters I helI t'ro Hit up In I
RA'S HEAVY SEAS extended the beach up to the middle of Fletcher Avenue just usually 00 to 120 feel dt't.pI I Hllll-rd, Callahan, Vulic and her.
uth of the Vacation Apartments. The area at right of the broken-up paving was not be affected by flood water ,, nandlna Beach.Crnferences ,
merly a succession of tall sand dunes. This area is about midway between At. I conditions, unlesi some accident '' with the Bureau orl I
happened to the pipe or pump Incase Sanitation Bureau of Special
knlic Avenue and Sadler Road. I of accident to any Individual Health Services, Bureau of bum-

1 supply Dr Woolsey advises :that lary Engineers, State Hoard of I
'" I drinking water be boiled I before ) Heals: American Rid Cross and I
using until the well can be prop. ,, 011'11,1111 with the Disaster Preparedness ,
i erly rcoolrcd, | Committee were other
I A quick check ol all restaurants' duties attended to, r
and lucid stores by the County "We hate had a bUlI t'l'k before .
Sanitarians and an agent of the ', during/ and alii'r hurricane i
Hotel and Restaurant Commission Dura,, and we hope and pray' that I
developed the fact that due to pie-I hurricane Gladys will ml come
cautions taken by the food distrl. our way but head out lu sea," a I' II I iv'
butors no food II hichI al kept said I Dr, Woolsey, '

{r Fields A2c Willie McGowen },: .:urn::. ., J.f: ,:.,.
Two i I Dove : wkk+Wbw ,.wi -,:.. L r"tuA.+rr akT. '
a With USAFE At

I I Will Be Open To Spangdahlem, Ger. THIS MASQUE OAK on lleeeh Street crushed, the roof of a bedroom of this, home
i I I Fortunately the tenants were saved from a rude awakening; liv evacuating, to shelter
CermunyAirman -
I Northeast Hunters bccimd thus Willie J, *

MeOowcn. awn of I ho Elliott: Me.
I LAKE CITY Two public dove tionens of( 710 S, Division St, has r4 ,, ,
hunting fields will be provided aril' cd lor duty with a unit of the nil, If" I
for sportsmen In the northeast United Slates Air lories In fcurop I
I region by the Game and FreshWater + lIt AFE* at ,SpanuduhlcmAB
Fish Commission during Germany,
a the 1964.63 hunting season, according Airman McGowcn, an air polIceman '
I to Regions! Manager previously served) In Japan .
Brantley Goodson, Ills new unit supports I the* )I
rc One of the fields will be on the I IS A ft, mlnsloii of providing the I II
Camp Blandlng Wlldllle Manaxe.) I major air conliibullon fur defense I!
;AT THE HEIGHT OF THE HURRICANE North Fletcher Avenue was a virtual lake ment Area In Clay County and I ol the NATO countries,
'tie shown in picture. Debris in foreground was swept from the beach up over G. the other will be the Norman I The airman Is a graduate of
Peck High School and attended I
Sanchez Field In Suwannee Coun.
alph Wolff Beach Park and across North Fletcher.
ty, A M,00 dally dove field permit, olf-duly classes conducted by the
I In addition lo regular/! hunting II. University of Marvlaml Far Last TilE lU'fJE' AWNING o Woodward Motor Company' new car display area wan!

,.. .aeMrx a"r ,? ,, ,, cense, Is required for all hunters( 1 Division ut Yikola All,_Japan, t J flipped loose by Dora and flung aside. Note portion of awning at ,far right,against
i except residents 65 ycais of age I building. '
older' i the field, and there will
1v d, k y wq. I orT Camp Blinding Field will tie dnoa limit I on; the numbers of I ... *
be open for a limited number of) huntera who tan participate In I I r, v, ra
I hunters on October 7. 14, 21, and : each hunt, r ,
28 Hunters who wish to participate "The mam purpose of the Com-1
7 I In these hunts must obtain missions dove field program Is tol)
an application from the office of provide tin hunter with a cimveii-
: : I
the Came and Fresh Water I FishCommisslun I tent pine to pursue his sport' ,
I In Like Lily, The! application and tu attempt lo insure average !
i with a cheek to cover hunter success," Goodson, saul
I1 cost of )permit, aunt be lumplil, The fields hive bun plumed
rd and mailed hick to till Luke with both turn and millet
ill I City office prior lo Oetobir 1 1. : Additional Information c 1111'e'rn.I
The Sanchez .'Ield1111 he open)' bug Ihe dive fiilds, may bi obtained
each Wednesday and Saturday if by writing the (,< mmission .
the dove season Permits will be I 's office! In Lake Pity,

AS EARLY AS WEDNESDAY MORNING water in the Amelia River was nearing
the top of the boat launching ramp In foreground. During the high tide ttednes-
I'fday' night water wu over the seawall at the city marina and up Atlantic Avenue I
*and Ash Streets. HURRICANE
i ONE; OP THE MAJOR CLASS: DAMAGES were the large plate windows ut Lusxerfe
I I Motor Company which Chattered from Do ru'll force during Wednesday night.

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I Ift I SPECIAL/I /I I: ;,' !

r : IIIr Y I r IRItlU1.Nl 1

r-- } aM I If Hurricane Dora Has Upset Your ,e

j ,. Finances We Are Prepared To

01"I' THE SIOKM' in the city m irma were a number of pleasure craft
I Make Jiffy Loans At A Very Nom Sailboat In foreground capsized at the helhl of the blow. Standard Oil to. sign in

Sr r* I background Issues a "dubious" welcome ti Florida. Picture was made just before
inal Cost To You. high tide Vednesduj morning, \\ater later was over seawall at left.

For Example:

trs $100 For 30 DaysFor wi.i

Only $3.00 I'

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$250 For 90 DaysFor J' ", '>" 'J,

Only $15.35

:fillS GAPING HOLE 'was a part of the traffic turnaround at the Eastern term- FERNANDINA LOAN CORP.
anus of Atlantic \umue. At right U the ramp to the bench whuh wa undermined ;
-by the extreme! high tides spawned by Dora's winds.. Note heavy rip-rap handled :MARVIN ('o\S:' EU.Y, llCr,

by Dora as if it were match boxes and deposited In the street between the Golden I 316 Ash Street Phone 2bl-37il: : 'TUO, MORE VIRTUALLY OMl'LLTE LOSSES are these homes on North Beach,

t. :lands and the Blue Seas restaurant. I I which were undermined by high winds and raging tide.

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Merchants Tender Smoked .

L .::.: GREEN STAMPS | 2t.

6 to
ra I>l3 Boneless Chuck Roast IAwV Picnics 10
: OR A 1 LB. PACKAGE | I I 8 Lbs Pkg.
s Ulill J Boneless Beef Cubes (whole)
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:: 4----- vCHOAfTfi. Limit 2 With $5.00() or :Afore\

"M".-" YOURCHOICE Blue Ribbon Blue Ribbon Blue Ribbon Blue Ribbon
"' Quality Beef Quality Uoneless Quality Beef Quality
'' Farmer Gray Quick Frozen
'M" POT BEEF RIB Boneless
,: : Roast Roast Lb 39c

::: 7 69c
/ 59c 69c 79c .

:: I Lb. 3 Pound PkgM. .Lb. Lb. SPARE
Lb. Lb
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./1X114/ Limit 1 ProduceCRISP: I 10 89c
With $3.00or $ 8
"";..,,1.... 1 More 18 Fay
.., Food Order Regr $.".39 Chopped_Formed Frozen
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I JUICE 3 a: $1 /OJ wtr

I Dadeteal- Old Fasfiioned SLICEDBOLOGNA '

:: .:,a ROOT BEER :> 39c Lb. 49c


.. .n Shortening j per 2 I'kgsll 79c Pound Fancy Frozen: Danish w

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':"" \II1'lIlon:\ French Style Package ; LOBSTER -
.. Snowdrift or Fyne-Bok'e .
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:: ..:':. Greer Beans 1a:7.: 10::: TAILS'
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: 3 CAN lLl; 58; A Prune --
: P'tJ'M'S
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: RiKpd.ilc Garden Sweet NEW! Chefs Choice Frozen LADY FAIR IIR011 NN SERVE

::":':. LIBBVS CALIF. YELLOW CLING PEAS 2 Cunyr 29 Tater Bites 5 lky I! ,:, $1 : Petite Rolls II .'klt

: PEACHES 4 f J I : $|00Sl'NAID I of 20 25c
!Southland Frozen _:
MORTON FR07ENlurk 20 lo
LADY FAIR 16 0[. Thin Sliced I I .
ASSORTED JAMS, JELLIES AND <\', hicken. Beef VEGETABLES ;r k 49c Re:: :39c

: Preserves 3 'Jars" $100| POT PIES 2 For $1 Cut Blacke Pole Beans l Peas, Cut Whole Green Okra Bean! Cinnamon Bread 35c

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..-. ROY A L DESSERTS: 3 .. 25c I I I ... I
I I'I I : PKCI CKTHA ..,, I : rRlL aTRA j : IRtt lRTRA \ I I rR aTRA I
I ;=:' ,: MERfd1AlITSilEENSTAMPS wmlwcwawti.wwa i I I i MERCNANTS61rEENSTAMK'' MERhMANiSiREENSTAMPS. w!lrt.www..ww 1 r '! MlRt! .+wAwn.Y STAMPS'r !i ( !!IMOMIw.IYRNMM GREEN STAMPS 1 1
.+. .."..' BETTY CROCKER ASSORTED' LA\ORS I ( : t $J LADY HIli. LAYmButter : t \ 111.-.. ..<. ,,<.:..a t< I.m ; I t I" .nkf .... teI_ I j : l 14V\ 1I

I ..r.. Cake Mixes I 3 S' g oz.3. $100| 1..IZ1D..-..-.............-....II-lJ'H..-Rum-.-..Cake-....II.I :I..:@--;;)/: 'N Instant":.'..tlu....33-*:;Coffee:< :aaabori::::...I 1: :I...II1IJ...---....:..-_-..Margarine.e7yM.__._--._.._.":..:I I..r rjlf..-_--......-.._-....MICRFV.14TH.__._..A.<_....I: !.-_S5.-'--.rj0"l"2)6rin"is rtr"' !MAt"nxlin: ) "Drrxlni'* rA..u;',;.i.


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Fernandina BeachMorht Thursday September 17 1901! I rag 3-H

..- -- -- Proposed Constitutional Amendments To Be Voted On November 3 1964 ; Meat Information

I NOTICE!: uK fPFCIAL .: >NWHFKtAS Such. funds ii> dulrlbtitrd! shall I bejilmmlhlcucl I III I The county .u l'III.ndenl..t flurho 13 of In. ." eleutoul'
A !: the Ix-gisliilure, of IWU In II.. HI.no board aiw I public" instruction shall, lie iipponrteduv I hlue "l'm"10.ol"lu, I School Rescheduled
under tin i onsiiiulioit' of lift a ol tin- err.in'cl and i. ,luliiutcd by sec me county hoard of public instruction t proveieiium. fl'hou., .,it, a on,1
btat of Florid end p.ui Joint" HIMlutinni lion .1 I ol .tide Ml ol, tne Cmalnuucn ,in ray lur counlv. provmlng tIle I al an uln".I"earlier, .:1 nit115 1 "I"secre"I
pr.4.''.mll amendment In lorlonstiiulion ,. ol' .Klonda, tar Inn purpnu-s ol I ,proposition is afllrmeil bv a m.ijonly l.ny, of stale shall unitnotice, f the For
., ni l me Male' ol I'loruland tulle .imenumenl" uid .t.ill- b"., d. asu I vine' of tne qu.Hilled electors ol' Tax I' propnaed. revlsiorr nr imennmeni' and: September 24
Ilicy vcit agreed lo by a voliof -I-, ,' roiiMiluted, sn.ill unilimie ann I I lie counlv (making, the olfice of connly of Inc dole, of the elei I lion thereon: tob
IhreefiMis, if. me moinlieis eiceiirte '" c 'rpoi.ne\ diim g Ihe life "f this I suiM-rinleniknl. of public. appointive" pubiihhed Iwu'* in one newi.piixiin : .
In b.C "nUnH 11110100... 01 .al" J"I,1I ":"m-ituliio.ii C "nd .h.III h.ice Ill lii., ((111. To sub nit the proposition, ..". Cornell null, in oh" h .i new -pcier| The Meal Infnrmallnn Sthtiol,
: .olullons vicie' cnleicd uuoi. On. utlpunliieil, in lull amen" .inunl In Mibseition ill I to PiuS .' ,Is published, tIle first U,
1.,11.0 'e'lor pului. I
r..pcim I J"us il.. .. un, the .VIMS an..,, .ml jridilun, I.. all other coimiilulionalnl .1"" .I election shall be .. by be not mure thin ten Ilu ol in..>..1 man| winch Ind I In be t'an'eh' due IDi
n... 'here"n. anj Ihi.v mil iie-iermine .' sniuiorpowirs. relitiu lo Ills me counlv imnmissiciners of Tavlurcuunlv 'Nht' let' .IO.ko lut-bure i "[lora '. has 1 bicn rescheduled for
al1d direct In.it I..e ..nd. minI MCHV.U ." 'es nl' Hut, I hirctuu til' el''Iun
i urp .li(1e110lmeulI -I upon the requ Ht of the county i and the second piihneiilioii. In ,Ion at i Thiirsiui\. 24 9
Seplembcr at
Hems ue suomien. u I.,,. ecilura, 01 i I or hueiltir, lonicired. upon cold bound ., I'ulh., .lruUIII. "I..b 1..1 (bile I.11 I I hells ullcr lme, tudetanlslit ,
I the blat* of Florida ai Ihu i.eitcrui 'Ho.irdibi I election .h." held within sixty less than four i4i. week hc-ioie loeelection otltik ut tIle ttecrculion CenterAuditorium.

.. biectinn on November. 9, Iu64' The si.tie board shall In arid) Mil It ulpsafler the on que.ta nil. tIll If the pri.poi.vd revisi m oramendment ,. Kernjiiditm Beach
...... NOW IHtRLKOHE. I. mOM ADAMS result
linn to ila oilier. n.tiiuiional' and i tnereof .h.1 determine whetherSuIIiCIitIin receives tne favorable'
Ki"if mi.v ut trial' of I,.. SInS -tmiion powers. hone me nmniinentnl I I .h.1 be elfeetive in I vole of a majority of the elector vut Di-. Hubert L 1I'hlsh. Assoc
ol Florida 00 neieby' five' nolut Him iniitrol I and supervision' ol: mepivceida aid county. 1 log thereon it .n.1 take effect at' lute Mint the Ex.
a of the first. purl ol the rev c.li Should' the county adopt the provisions noon on ,lull T urnuialaIIor the !pt'cIIIMI wih
IIENERAL ELECTION nurs uerlved from tie liienbing" of 1 of subsection I III I hereof it mav, Itrt Monday the ..nu..ry 'follow nrg I I tenion Inlver-ity of
.. will b* held In earn touniv nr I rlorlda motor venaies, pru\ldc l for In subR'lllon after four ((41 vears return to Us lection o voted upon In a general nlrlda. will conduct the
on me finl, T u.sdnypIr me Sims (1.1. Ine. stale, Board sbail also' I f 1161(1 0 eslnlusso It reject the provlsions I'I election. and on lIme sixtieth, ,itsil pro
Mondiiy in !November." t> huh dale In nave po".r, for the purpose of obtaining of this section by the same pro- I i day alter I heelle' 'IluIn if \oied upon i gram.
Mo\eni" '' 1, IIW4 for the, r.ililic.itioii. lunds fir tho u-* of lilY countyumru ceeluie outlined In subseotlon .till In a special or In eitner, ease be for
0 or rejection ol the ailS Joint Kesolu of hereof for hue, This1 an opportunity
L'lM pulillc UiKtrucll nr m uiquir I .dol.ln. provisionsthereof on any dale' .' therein1. I
lions proposing amendment la theCunstltiMlon I ( 10 obtain Infor.
"n> building. constiucimg, aliermgiiupruv in NO I UIIOUSK
.... 1 01 the but. ol I'lorlaavu I in*. enlarging" luinlshmg" or ((41 In the event a referendum election Joint. I million which will help hcr to
equipping 1'01'11..1 oinl. .v piojc.il. forkCiiiHil results In a channel In the method' HESOLUTIONNO I
--- :... No I II I I i>urn| .ri. to mIle" bonds or of selecting I county superintendent. Sal l lA serve "Il seleeted and prepared
"oM I, HOUSE JOINT HKSOLUT1ON':! liii'.1'iittI'liII'. IC tux uiiklpatton' rerlifii tIll nuiinthcnl shell be permitted hoI JOINT RESOc.eiiu,4 proposing an meets thilfly mcah.
11r NO 8X IMI i I eiti-s Slit also tu issue ou'h bonds or I .10.. (Ihe remulirler of the term of I .''h'"I\1 10 .1," .. I. .. "
A JOINT RKOIUIIO* PROPOSING; I motor vehicle Iso anlliipallon icrtiK office to which' he was duly elected 01 me Cunsii.uiion ui me ..". lr Keddlhh will give Informa.
AN AMrNUMILNT OK :, VII t>i rnirici.1 to laxaimn ..51111Ililanle
AHTKLb ( HII. lu '. "luuct relund or appointed itti.u.iii
pav or any linn I Hi I I kinds of
Ol' THE CONST 1TD1 ION OK Tilt I bv exienuing Inn peimd IIItIuulUOiltc on meats 12))
I """" or motorchlcle I I."ix uniluputlon NO. 7
STALE!: OK1 rLOHlDt PKOV1DIM leilifiiutes theivtifore I ,I | Icu by coo 10.101 I I". Cuts ol meats, <131 servings pl'r
I 1'011 APPORllONMtNT iSlE : : ; :soon by SENATE: JOINT RESOLUTION 10. 00111' iia.mcy, I. aohdllli.
.id it ite board All such bonds snail l I I bclIn poind of various ((4)) pre.
FLORIDA Lti.ISl.AlI!:' ; HiOVIO 1 hour Interests ut not exceeding" four NO *M I ltc.scje.ui. uy sos u-gisiature( eUI.
INn lOB SUBMISSION! TO 1HK ,id' one hair 14'01' l A JOINT RtSOLuTloN proposing an ul th Stale ot t'II'II. 1 purjtlon i the melt furnished by aIm
per 1"11' per i amendment to Artlcie XVI, ol the I
ELECTORS. .He It Resolved By Tuv Oililh' ul.1 chill ,alure' serially In an- niueie IA, beclloir 18 of the 'ul Store will be cooked
Legislator Ol the State of Florida : ''l1u,1 111.'alhn.nl.' n..1 Honda Conslltuiion, relating to the Slate ''OI..IU"Ol" lie amunimu, as 1,11.I Iroery
1 hal the following amendment' of more man three 131)"on.le'llnl years' the location. 01 me beat of iovtirninenl; I lois. II rmnoyallc rod to mm snail oesuuiniiiea and by the audience)

Artkle VII of the Comtitiiilon! of Flnr dale ol I Issuace, thereof Iro'ending adding Section, IA. providing for lo me electors. ul the' Main' and $1 i Including knife
I Ida i. agreed tu and mail be .ub. Oil i.nc-r." Ihaif thirty (Jell ears from means lo insure continuity of but lur rauiicaiion or rejection at tie nun c.vlll
milted to Hi. .Iei'turc.I this itate Mr me due' of I insuince. or January I. I and Local l.nvefnmenlal o|>erallons neal eieiiion ul I Nuvmidier' 111114 : sdcdion ald ).

ratification or rejection. at the gen. iunull: AD whichever I. curlier All In periinhsofeutborsenryresuillllg b"'IIU. IS ltuIuutIlll I adinliuMra Persons attending are asked to
i eraS election of such motor vehicle tax I Iml dl..I..n caused by enemy at 11"e al like' taxes, uulrmutlon '
1, 11.64.ARTICLF anticipationciTtlticHlcs ami bring a Illd\lh. I Drinks will bo
I \ u.e.
: shall bear Interest ut not
BK RE'ULVFD bv the Legislature, Ut 1".1 .11111111" 5 Junuiry l 1.1.IIo. l lfor Itecreotlem Cen
I APPORTIONMENT AND C.NbU8be"on tour and .
ekei-eillng I a\'aialle
| per I I..f. ,
o"e.h..1 .4'1 the SImIle of, loricla: ItohhaItI
I COtaFOMllUN UII' IIS ceniuin. per .Iur.pr' al. "v.l.y.fl\e ,
"nu" That
.hll the amendment of
LEGISLATURE The legislature ol '". lo January I. *HH>. 0 the following tle"o.. Ine priHe-' 'its of two 1'.11I.
Mat of Florida shall consul. of -ltc-i ho ml hive Article XVI ol' the Florida Constltu per .Uo" 01 tIle Inll tax lev lleKlxIrntlun is 9930 am The
THE PICNIC I PAVILIONS poorIIll lieirr.ulInc .
at the recently dedicated G. l Ralph Wolff Beach Park were .h.1 t. by adding, set' 'UI'( IA I I. agreed by sloe .aw R..n'' 0 .nd 011mmI
0000l.an d i houne of repibciuilieMomlwrs > all di"lulls of sill, I bonds Ulnl .
pniKrim begins at 9. JO and will.
completely! undermined by the high tides of Dora an early as Wednesday morning. I of the semite' shall, be eiei mlfor "i .Illcrhliie I I'M omit'Ipalionc I tt: and of .h..1 ht. .uh.llt. to the rice'lrs I 'Ke', p.I"I. 1"1"1111.," now knownas
: si He .. be
f.r or Ine lou lasI .. und by 2 Ot) .
a term of four Hi. ) ear amimember i I llIiI'Iien, and I lo sell ut public .,,,1. r.lf""Unn a upon t'"mph.I'd p m,
Damage at the height of the storm was far greater than that shown here. of the house, snull 1 be *lct'icit Jllcr l>hll,' ..dv'rl.el."I.I or ex .r.'I., ut the general I ele'ln" held | inner niels I uned I to proiel| "". t.r ve

for a term of Uo .ui, )..n. The Icrm i'"i,lime said rii or motor I"r. 11'04' : hates ."..1 us colIc, lea lie placedsuiv
of .r.oftle shill, t I" ., ,11"10 < dICTION |IA Continuity of governriMH 11(11 iluIl''y the 'hhIhe II 111115 1)101111'
IPglolI.ir nlliliiillon| ivitntialei, upon '
"h The legislature. III SIn toliihure I.n, 'I act t Ill tile bl..le '1 'Iou' NROTC
the : : uld" Qualifying
expire on Tuesday alter 1110 cunt' an I mentions as tie: .l,ileU'llll I I
sIde .,,
I firm Mondiiv. In November. In e.iih : lull' ,I'Ild.. continuity of .h.r. and divined, lulu "liiree Ul. eciuilILU I
fltcrltuiielllol inerallona:, In ofemergent ,
regular clecilon' vear Mcmbpri' of inu Ihi -lite board bh.ill dcii l haveIMWCI alllilIilshO II be (lIetrilloirulIhIouhIlly "
I m:rile: and: house:, : of rrrsenIlleishall lo for Hie pin neol, : 01 I V resulting from dl..tr. UI.nIR Ill 10 Hev..r,1 ,'..UII. Scheduled
p'dl" ., Tests
IM elei"led us proviilrel tiv I Sin' tl. prnv." und I lull.'ms'ctllnsul'li, 'lu..d. bv enemy .U..k. .hli d. .nl"us OlO p.ol a Il-orillo It II. I I
llto ,power 1",1 I Ihe I Illn.I..Ie ilulv' "'... one 111(1 according 10 to population :
Anv new couniv I. lint m.iv be trailed I li nd I 'illili i t or \elilili11
hull be mum I I. Mi. member.' In U leitiriiates' ..Inll'I', ill I I lu ,provide for ternpnriirv I aim' one pint uceciicling M* mecounties
lull 0 I Ini.uilliiH .
: :
: :
1 i
.. .
> ui < e l.n to the andmilieu ,
power P eonltibutlon-s to Silo cost ofmate
the house of i" ndi. ,
: repicsinlatives' liiniiof mir' 101,1 hug motor' vihule I tin For December 12
ol luther whatever
l puhlle 0 road, Ihe ratio of
any I limit. piumibc'd m She f llou ," 'ill ilti-CiIIIIit., '.. nil or iwo cnn.lu"nn in I
111' nil 101511111 I whether filled. bv electionor ,
I (iintribulion provlccd In llnplerIMiMi "
Inn sections ol lula ailulv unlil II'CI I I' I I I..n 'the a ito-Ill sl'd, revenues InIM
I I next reapportienmcnl' mid' I the eonnnmull itenveH liom the luenHinii ol .niolorvilules 111"lnt".nl." the imumhenis, nf I Laws of ..ldl. Acts of 'nil.
be ...,"ne" whim, crciled' In a I provided for: lir this' amend. .hlo'u I h""n"e unavailable for and for 11 purpoMt. ol In'* upimrlioninent ApnlluilliniH/ urc now avaIlable
senatorial dibtnit. us determined. 1.1) 'me lit SIll"I to enlcr lulu liny lovenanumcl I iiriying:: on 1 Ills powers airJ .duties of on me: counllis, eoliliiou to HIV Niivvi HimItt'iilh iitinuulNKO1C
such offues anil Ul lo adopt such I
the legislature inner nlr.e" '. wllh Ihe hold turns lot the ciustli f stale road eonstiueUon '
: Seellun I SENATE: APPORTION of such bonds ,llrtllIilr' vehicle other ,measures as may Ix necessary Die amount ol the toirtilbuttons I iniilirUation( tInt atiord-

MENf The legislature hall dlvlileme t 1..,x 01110-ill.ilion cprt.fic.ales. at the and proiier' for Insuring the continuity established, by Ihe, eerlllliales lou{ lo lx'an
of governmental oiwratlons In the mail In Itui pursuant lo said Chap Honkenhhlp. Super-
Hut lulu 1..y.I..u (Ml' senaloiialdistrict lime of the l suiime thereof: pomernIng -
) te Ill only one I I II I MMiuloreleilcd the securlcy Iberei f and the rights cocci-I.e of the powers hereby confer- Icr IK35U. shall taken and duvmeclconclu.ive Inlrndint of Publc In.lruelln. at

In eiih, dlHtrlcl except llure I-I I the hilclcrs: : tin'reof. all of .whlillrovenanu rod .the. 1"II.I..h" .h.1 In all re.eoll. in on".IIInl the ninniniy the lotnl hlKh 81'hol nutlniiwlclc .
nn lo Ihe of this' Te
i ., tusmd
requirement a hun unto according
hall be too ill' senillilrs eli.itf.il IMIIIItne and iigicemtnls shall r initituto
CiHtslltutlnn: M Ihe extent thatIn rxntnlnitlun wilt Riven
moet populous,! counlv. the udtlltion.il ligjllv binding and Irrevocabletiinlnnls except contributions, bueh huilulsautlla'trlhisled ,
I the J of' the legislature' eo shall be admlnlsteied by the December 12 t4 and all
senator bent* uaslgned 11,0 numher with such holders anil eligible
Lorty-threg I4JI. The furty.too. h. fully enforceable, bv such ...h,1,1 to would do undue Impracticable' or Mat Board of Adinlirutratum, as here' male hlvh school union andiraduale.
((421' districts hull be apportioned I nsnyruur I of competent Jurisdiction. adml delay I, miller providedto .
| among th several I counties of the Nu such bonis or motor vehicle I tagsntirip.Illon NO. I ( ) Th Uovernor ss chairman the may apply.
Halt 10 at til provide equitable representation shall ever he I HOUSE: JOINT RESOLUTION I Stale Treasurer and the stale Com
blued upon. similar eco Isiued hoth."tll..I. until after NO Ml) ptrolltr ihsll constllul' ) body corporate On the basli of this test per.

-t---_ _._ :- II nomlo Interests geographic. urea unit I ho udopiinn of a resolution requesting A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing tn la b* known as tIle "Slate Board tonal Interviews., physical exam.

I population Every district ihall con Ihe: I'.suiince thereof by the county amendment lo Article IV, Section al Administration', which bard shall Inatloni and other factori Blank
I I Hut of conligucu', couples. and nn I hoard of public InMruc-tlon of the 10 of the ( oimlitiitlon vf I- lorlda relattng succeed tu all\ Ih* power, I and I .
county may I be divided I In creating nlonutorlul :::mnlv:: :on bihulf:: of which I such, obllBillons to the duties of the cunmils aulnorllv of th* sululory Board uf enshlp explained over 2000 young

I district except Dade Cuun : are lo be Issued The sImile' sinner of agriculture, eliminating hlisupervision Administration Said board .hul have men will be given college educi-
)' bund of education I sh'ill limit' the I over matters pertalnlni, in auoitnm' tusull h power may
Section S BEPRESFNTATION! IN amount of such bonds, or motor vehicle I to public lairds b) comurred upon it uy law the management lon 1I midshipmen In NROTC
THE HOUSE OF Rt.PKKSl.NTA hit .nlrlp"lIor....t.It"Hle.hh'h cm BK 1 II HtSOLVED by Ih. LegIsle. eomrol, and 111111rvIsIosull,0 unit In 52 well-known college
I TIVES. Rcpretentallnn In the hount be .:f of, any county to lure of Ihe Slate of I lorlda : 'proeeeus ol sale two C111l5 tOol, of
i of represents lives "hull conKlsl of one ..vrn.y.flve per cent .nil I of the Trial the follow I Inn amendment toP| said I..uotan,5 all moneys and littler and unlvcnltlci throughout too
hundred twelve 1112)) represent.,illvenwhlrh mm'unt which) It determines tan he Article IV. Set'lion Ill of Ihe .1..d.1 asset which on the elluetlv dale ofheo11heub.tuthu couilry.
shall he Il"tiIlli. lImed among (lie serviicd 1 t by the revenue nu'ruing toIle Oimlllulion: Is Hgreeri In and .h.1 Ic.is aineiliimeiu are appiieaui" 01 IIY
com tlei bv lute method of equ.il prn counlv under Pile .,r'I..I..f, suhmitlcd: I t'i Ihe electors, of I r ". II ll<' !I"rlll'n. for the test 1 will
porlloni: thai In. emit c not lv ihull thin In""hn.II., und .h uelirmlifi lor ratine ,it 111111, ,r r.iei'lllufl ut the I Imncnil the ..ve'1' counties. of lil) sum. nl, elime i I.II1I'r 20. IlhfltrmulllvilutbthillIlilo
have one r.p..nll'\lv. anil. the re- I lion hilt, be p-rJChiHlvo All suchhimds I election held In November I any special road und brlduo ilistrul, or

A CONCRETE SEAWALL failed to protect this beach cottage of \V. C. Gilbert Mac- miming reprcsentatlvei. .. I le UK- I or ,motoreniilu I I..M iinlluputlnn I I":IM :, I i other KI"'lul| | | 1"01 clisniel' ii.uieof hilt |iilltallnnH| are
lined lo I rounllei In proimrtion, to lerllfliules sh.ill Im Issued In Ihenaie HIM Iloii 26 Commissioner" of agrlciillun Issued prur to Int. I.HI I. for roan I available from the lixal Sehluule]
C'lenny. from virtually total destruction by Hurricane Dora's raging sous. The house population The pvpislltlol.s of the r*. if lie stile I hoard I of elI III' .In", : duties. eti. The cnmmls mid bnnge put poses. '1 (II word I (lie U. S
uecllte" count in for the pu pooe. of but' shill. liicied fir and on 'behnlfol simer nf agriculture shall ,perturb 'homls" as used herein shall Include II 1111'8t Navy
left sitting high above the beach on pilings belongs to Hill Kuenbark of \Vay'cross, Ga. this .,elln, ihnll be ci>nfln d to rill the county.' boirrt. of puhlle liiHtructlon such duties in relation In bonds, U". warrants, n.ites and. olncrlorms InU StIll 11,11.

Before Dora the edge of the beach was some distance out in front of the Ritenbark eni of the United Stole and nhull not reciuotlng the Ixiuurfie (hereof. .. ninv he ,,premrlbed by u.'I"ulllr.1 of .indebtedness. issued. tor: 1111
Include foreign born pi-rsoni ho have and, no eleitlon or approvnl, of quail- (lull iilun h oveallisro\ hI and brlctue purposes' I.vSlliYl'ilIl ly orspecial A mittebitiul applliiint rleclvC
cottage. The location is on South Fletcher, about midway between Atlantic Avenue not .brcamt nnlumlledfectlon fieil I electors of freeholders shull 1 bereouired stile prixon and sh,ill tUI and bridge' district or llnnulal an) [fllr .tour of

and Sadler Road. The debris 4. The legl.lulur ihall.\ .re' fi,p the:: I._.suonl'stlere___ ._. _,,l \ other duties as may prescribed by siwilal 1 I taking dislrlel, oulst on ye/r
on the beach is the remains of the concrete seawall. appoitlon me r..pre.ent'lIon or me NO.4I m n. IlllV I July lit. Illll.,: or any: reiiiiiilinf: ;:, :' I I eil'ei.e' This Include tiiitini,

... house and leifdie' I lb. ((1171 ngu) r I-COMMITTEE NO thereof SaId Hoard shall > bncikn tmllnrniH, mlncllani ixpc .
Cession' of the legtil I.iture and cvory I hOUSE!: NUDIIUTI. : l'OI I l'eNATI: JOINT 'SOLUTION: I Malulnr: powers of Rubric, nf Count;'I 'n Ht.S.nd a $i"1 month
ten (101. years 'thereafter board upin 1 1 NO :121. I NCI I 11111:1:I IA CUlnll.'nner.' and lionet I ) cuslensi lull 10 per
I the preceding latest federal deien, A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an JOINT nfSOLimoN 'proposing' anamenrimonl Inn inner authority !! .|.e,.liil. rouilanil I Nnlulmr fee Afler 111'erl lulyeOIll'lll (
nlul cenntiilSction amendment tt Article XII. Sec'lion of Arliile XVI .o tIllCI,00IItulIun ,' brlclg' dlu IrS. .I.. and. ulin special cullruo
": decree re
9. U onv part of this $Jnlnl I B of the Elate. Conidltullon. authorItlng of FlorIda bv adding a taxing districts I I thereof, tvilh reg ird *
.' 1t + ,linn lo be numbered by the sec bonds. thai Ih and naval science
resolution' Is declared unconstitutional of SImile Hihool Funds 'ec to edIt I except power qul| t'mt'IIH
"t\ I or null and void then the entire resolution In be Prlnclpil expended for Cupllal' Outlay on I relarv ol stale sulhorlnlng civil trial to levy act valorem Isles .Is exuiesiilywithheld MtorC midshipmen be.
; I In branch courthouse' In Dad counBE said lloaidl and shall Irulllil
shall be null! void and IniperI behalf of Stale Institutions of HigherLeamnlng from I.
: ,' ...: I alive. II I Including Junior Colleges, I) take over all papers" document and fleers In tho
'. ? 1 | and Luplial,: Outlay for Public I IT RESOLVED by the Legislature record concerning Hi* same. Bald U. S. Navy or Marine Corps
SENATE V\flt RESOLUTION Schools of the Slat of Florida j Hoard .hol have the power from tim.
I NO ZB7 HE RESOLVED by the Legislature. Th.t.n amendment lo Article XVI lo "" Issu refunding bunds to During their talnlnl. Regular
A JOINT RESOLUTION proponing I of the btate, of I lorids : That arllrle I of the Florida Constitution1 by adding mature within the ssid I evenly-tlte I NROTC midshipmen three
I an amendment to Article XVI. Section XII. eeetlon t of the Florida Constllulion th* lection set forth below lo b* num. I II year 1701 period, for any of said outstanding '
I T of Ihe Slate fon.tlluUon relative be set forth below bereft by th* secretary of elate I It bond or Interest thereon summer cruises wllh various nav.

-- T- ; to the length of terms of of. I and (IlisI .n1nded.laId amendment be submitted I ::: and that said: amendment id la secure them by pledge ot I al units Including visits to for.
#. I fleers r.db.IO U I la th* elector of illclpated receipt from ucn gasn
lo the e ei- of "1"ld. for rail I
PElT RFBOIVFD: SlY THF. I Ell.I flcullon. or rejection.: nl the generaleleitlon ratification or relpctlnn al tine or other fuel lane In be dlstrlbuted dEn ports. These cruise. help

ISLATURE OF THE STATe: Ol to lie held In November. IIMMSrcllon the general I election to be held In Nov In such county a herein pro. them learn more about the virle
H.OniDAl I > PRINCIPAL OF BTAf mh-r I'M4: vlded but no tstsgreuio 0 ram of Irfleresl
I of Ink' and
That article XVI section T of Iht 8CIIOUL POINt TO IIKMAIN INVIOLAlb : HKl TION Civil trials In I than said bonds now heir; and ty rcHllnii challenging
Florida conntllullon bp amenili-d. txrtl'IION!: The brunch courthouse In Dane county" ,- to 'Issue, sell or ." 'h.I.n, behalf opportunities available I lu them a*
i set forth .below and that sold rexolu of lie, stile sihool; fund shall principal rum: hiacred : Civil trial may b* held, |."vlted I of any county or unit .. II. .I. uSC'pns.ofretlologsa I nuval (,
I thin be submitted In the elvitors ut and 1 Inviolate by''IBW ,In, brani courthouses Id ". Issued by ort'l'r
I that
Florida; for ratlin.Minn;: or rejection vt the principal::: of such fund exiep: may only U expendcd municipality within PolI counlv( The ouch county, 1(0511'lal r' al: and Male citizens the United

the general I election' to be held In I lor capital l'uli.iv nIl behalf ofat I clerk of any court sheriff. and brIdge dlntrlct, 5 rothersyer ,Ill taxing I States who will be o over 17 but not
November. 10H4 ,itii In. lltutlons of higher learning' inn other court officer, within said di.lriit thereof g"isollne or other
SectIon 7. TERMS: OF OFFICESI Im'lulling colleges. und capital countv' .h.1 mnlnlaln' such offices fuel los anticipation. ei-rliliiiilei' 'nearIng -. yet 21 on June 30. 10. and who
I CREATED: BY LEdlSLATURE: !: Junior i Klthln, munlrlpalllv, and have Interest' al mil mure tun Ihnnvpi
outlay for public schools I : : lilnh seniors
:: arc now ( or
'The legislature ihiill not ,'r.'e" Inn I available such oflic lal hooks and r*' '.. cent 13)) per annum, I In null h dcKimlnallnns I
office the term of w/hkh) shall M NO > I I cnrrts therein ss moo 'lie neiessarv loacinmpllsh and niul orlogotso 'h rutlldiel. ore eligible to apply
longer than four '14)) yeses, "r,ir-' I IIOUWK: JOINT I.hOLU1'IN Ills, purpose of, (this sllleOIt.1: lime within th. seventy.five year. lib ( 12, 1U64 NROTC
membership on the board chimed I NO menl. provided thud the principal' of period hit* board: may' determinein "
wIth reiponsihillly. for tnllmcs unilunlveralllps A .OINr nhSOi.JlluiV Illl'"hlnl anaiiiemlitienl flies of such clerks or other, IIthll'ers I sclrllllon. tn exercising the IIIMCK qiulllylnu tent
I nut Including Juni.r lot : lo Arliile' "I.' the oh.1 not I be removed from" the county provided by stilulc. I fir me Investment .
which I b. "Ionl.rI I klilo' C institution "' I: mIll lloird I'liusc will> itlluln qualfylnl
'eR..1 looms IIIUY !! : : :: :II I nf, sinking. tunus
hv the Ip'lol.tu t 050tnlure than' to ho jmbered: bv Hie :rclary of NO 10 may the .lnklllC fulfil cientedfor will be Inttrvlewed

nIne 19.. peirs. Mile relating. In the ol or lip" 'j'I|1 HOUSE JOI'T "IHOITIOI I .u.bonds of any c 'u Uy or speclul Klven Nwrc physical examinations' next
NO 9I I Vuuermteinlenl" Iu. NO road and bridge or oilier I
I SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION I f""In..nl'' S in 1..hIU' A JOINT REKOIUTION relating toi unit hereuncler. lo pure,1.lrltl. the lIla'tur.d O't'turaaiy, .

"" I NO. 218 ,,'holx-o. ..II' lleucn, i lh Judicial deit" amble lit I proposing: I or maturing bonds t p.ntii: ipilmu I .- --- -- -
""" | A JOINT RESOLD! 'I ION proponing nn mullion It Sonmiolo I ": rilur.1 dn.nt oulico.-lIon ''I'.
:: : tl herein iofanyoll.r r ci: unly or any
........ .menllmenl I" suhuel-tinno I I. I ull11Ibl I HE ir HFSOI.VfcU by Ihe Hecllc'n'%. nf article V of the FlorIda! other special rod:::: ant I brldiia ills: ainendincnt" lo Article X, Section Tol
of Section IS. Article, XII of Ihe of the Mule' of I lorlilu m Constitution; Ini'reusing the numlierof trill.. or nlher special taxing dutrlilthereof Ihe hi ile Constitution relating tisIuuocleid
AS EARLY AS \\EDNKSDAY: MORNING djrinjr the high tide, the advance Kales Constitution of Florida relilmg 1111 I That article XII of the Florida. Con Judicial circuits; preserving cer I provided that us lo slid ma- exen:plionDh .
the use of part of the revenue derived .tllullon Ii saflIer led' us sel forth IM fucigeshlpsUF lured bcii Is. the value, Ihtreif: a) an ir IttSOLVttt bv the Leglsla-
from Dora had caused severe erosion just North of the Blue Seas Restaurant. This from the Hreniitng of motor I low and lhat ..ild resolution he submitted orr HFhOLVPD hv the 1".lol"lur.1 Investment" shnll be the ,price ,pildtherefor I IaIi4Ili. Iltaleof florlclalo ,

buffered far erosion Dora her vehicles for ..,,11." outl ly and (li'litservice the electors uf I I limO'Is fur, of Hlaie of lund I.i u which ahull not. exieiU lie el'." Th..' ...a uma"Am.. ..
later greater 09 stepped : I
area up tempo. and ot bermbout "purponsBE ratification" or rejection ul tIle general, ) .'II' ..p" ..nl 1.1 I puroaiue p1 usacrroo'n 'r.H. .n.P Ailam, X.: Suction; i'IfI tne; Huricla
.I IT BFSOLVED BY TIlE I .Ieol.n lu .hi held In Ntbenihor: IH .uj. -uiiI i; SECTION i.-; Hrllele thai said Investment, sh ill "bear Inlnr- I Constitution as set forth blow uagieed
LEGISLATURE Of" THE STATEOF Section County rnlondenl of ..I.rld. I I. est st the r.t of three per cent Ul lo and .h.1 be to
tLORIDA: public Instruction .ppointment IR agreed to end hsll b* submitted toth per annum tne electors' of for rstiflcallonor
That the following amendment tosubsections I certain eou"I.- electors nf this state for rstlflcs fcl I Ta* said board shall annually rejection al the general I eleaion la
I (a) snd ''b') of section' IS, (511 ) superintendent ofpublIc Ion or rejection, el She general I eletitlon I sue saId funds In each county account, be held, In November 1J:
article XII of the Constitution of lorull I Instruction shall .be a appointed I to be held In November 1MM.irCTIOM : I flrsl la piiv current prlne'pal and inleresl ARTICLE
Ida I. hereby aRreed and < In uh. I 1 by the: county board of public Inslruc- R. Circuit' courts maturing. If any nf mid bonds' SECTION: 7 txomplion. of home
milled la theratification lectors of. the Mule ,lor I lion in Ills Cuulllie.ufEsuainhia: III, JUDICIAL CIKCIJITS The legislature and gasoline nr other fin'I lix untie I Ipullon stead built lax"itlon. tvery pernurtwhu I
orl rejeitlon' ut the mint Luke- Mirlm Okpeihohxe, P.II miiv e.t.ihliuh 0 ntlolr, e than certificates of h counly orpeclul has the legal title or .beneficial
I genera l elcUlnn. to be held In N'we" 1 lienth' Pulna: sod ho; IlilIhli.lr.yw c ,. twenty I I.IM I Judicial clri'uils. eachcomiiimcd ., road and' Inline',. ,".tr.l.I or eiilo in eiiuity lo nell iiri: srI, In this
ber ISection : i the proposition Is affirmed, of a county or contiguous III[her .I"cldl| laxhrg dutrlil" Ih'rp,' .1.11 aiud *ho re.de. Ihereln .nd In
: III ffllOOl. I1ONOS polo Jorlly vile .of the quallf,eri eleilorv of routines and of not liss thin fifty .ec.nd. to est.ibh. 'CAPITAL OUTLAY INSURANCE: .ny .ueb ..un'' making' Ills ullire 'mlCli thounanrl 'ftXIMni Inh.ibil, .inta. aicordIng C,nunt lo meel fulur reqiiireiiieiili, I "rn.l.nl I,".0. ltr the pern .n.lt
III Beginning January: I I. l'm ,.nd l "n'v .Ulorl.ndenl, of' "puhliu In. to the last C.nsunsu lb buried,I bv nf said binds and g.inollne or lIhl'rPunt P ,, nn..th. (ttll ithers .legally or I
for thlrlv.five, I 1:131: venrs thereultcr. .'u'In,, .W"lv. 'law except thai the eiunlv of Monroe I lax | nrllfi" ,ile, '- 11'. niluriillv .h'"I,1 I upm said person,
the firnt proceeds of Ihe revenuecle. Ill Ihn I..rd .I f public Instruction, shull commute 'ole...1 the ilnulls: II itulO'amt( .nl.IIn :": i-u'tl'- fir, nail bu an exemption from
rived from the licensing of motor, v.. nf me rImullIn Illuet SKUCHt In ..".. provider. hll..e.r. there oh..1 be nn aOVlnueOr yut"I'I"lr.1 1,1 I, I ell .1.1h I all Ian,i.ton: except of euieumieiiUlor \
hlcles to the extent recpssurv. to cum. lion. which soul lie a .1".0, spec11110 rndui'lIin, In the numlier' ro'ul heduledIrd pilobntOIv '". iutil I |",: 'ntoeiiu up lo the assessedV
ply wllh' the provision' of thin amend" .iF "..v h. on Ihe .. .I ,my reg fudges residing 'In Inn loimlv |l"mn'rP' cnn relbalOltuS, Ir::: ., :: nUl :it I ,ilu ,lli'n of five tnou.jnd dollar
", .nl. shall as cnllecled' h. .leeS, U',1' ,.rh..rv or cciiinil' elcilion I. 'IV a hart of' a 'tmllrlil. ilniill. whirhi Ihe prno-erlls' hut .IlrI, lo. "uinli''J' I. I I IItt I 'DLlMiuisii" on said, home" and contiguous t
monthly In the manly ..,,11.,1, "uil.iv I d.IInlt.d hy tile I iti..10 of \iiuiille ,lilt ,Is hprell.rretloil, divided, .ald I".e shuill ","' I"r"'M'I roil, 1"'IIv.' as defined' In Ar-
and debt service sihiHil fund In the ln.lrll"I.n., and up 110500 llomoiy r churned or revised the year b* remitted bv ,"ml hn.d us liele X. Seillorf I, of Ihe Lotmhtullon,
state treasury, and used ,only al 'pro' I".rd .'I .. nty e'.nilnln' I I NO It folituosu Flghty per elt:11ltttI: i lor yeir I'Mil and thereafter' I
vided' In this amendment Sal h revenue SIiihldOs If .1 h ..unlv wIll, call such. hOUSE JOINT HI-SOLUTION: I tIle Rule, fluid I I tlrpirlniinl, ; I t"Ithe: cAhh, in Sarasou County the :
shall lie diitrlbuted, amru.,illv I upeiial eli-clion or ..u.e to ptl.u .d NO ins rilnIltrutlI n, .....nolr"'IIIn .if Hi.III two 'th.uiind dollars (I. OOUOOl
among 'the several countin! :ir, the on the billot. at such other eleitlonhe A JOINT flKhOl.IITION: t>ro|>oklnganendinent Otla lo and brIdget wllhlo II l'uillScIF inu sssewod valuation of sueh proper I
mull of the rumlier of inktruclion, I ( fropisilion, whether suhM-Mion, I I'. Arliile XVI, lt I". ( for the lease or pun: 'h M f ty .h.ill h tixable for school pur.ni .
I II units In each ciunty In eiih >i .ircomputed shall rx. elfutive, 111501'h county: ( .n.ni.ilion., of ISle xtile of I lorld.i go connecting, state bIR"V I I | >.e. and Ihe exemption, snail
as "provided: PiccOlo The I Ul Any iiuoty ad'iiling; | Ihe: pr>ivllons ,providing: an additional methid.' 'ifr'ullulri Ih* county and twenty 'per ,nl : I apply lo the next five thousand dot.
mount irf the tint revenues ilrrlve'l of subsection I III I I hereof may guralnen Itlog' Ihe onslilu. I I. the Board of County i ': '".hrld'i .t9tiiioiioi, for school
from the Iliennlng, of motor. vehicles I ufler four >. return to Us lormernl.ilus of tilth' county for unel,i lOll if a..e..ed valuallon:
In he so set aside I in ouch. veurao.. I and rejeit the 'hr.,vs.' 11111 5 0'' "UK"IT_ ..RFHOIVFIJhv the Ixglilatureor und. bridges therein ,flan ho hold bv the entirutlas. 1010110.tr .
dl.lrlhul.dII'I.d$ herein' hull (Ito .,'<'lloi. hi tIle ImIflOt ..,,".edureUl me HI.ile or r i iThit I..rld". Idl Raid board shall hand "". I'll- I''010I ho 111111, liflt I 11 lIlt others, aol sootCtnlll
be an amount.. equal I In the inmrex.ilaIn imllimdKe'gli .uh.e.n I I hereof for the an' fldneuil I', ArIa-I., XVI I II maltS slOt, cnfnr.:111 lull" .nd I "lull. nolan be apportionedsuch smong
the promicl. of f.lur humlrrd .III. the ,tIrovIsilune Hit reof in (ho of the tonstllutlor' of P'l" ". hi relul.iPl"' oon.nnuouimv I. III1,111' en- 'of. t",esonensa. shall reside
dollars. iMMi'Mi" multipheil, bv the total InN Iheietn a sei.II"n 11 be numtiered, dims. .f the h.rph, or .nled thereon, as their rea|>ective. Interest
number of Instruition. unil If'' all Is II lb revon I a 'ol'rondu", elee neellm 4. at net forth hol111-1,11gnned I no leglilation no ,ill LIll'tlullrt"l, snail apiiear bit no sueh exemption.
: Ihe counties of l-lorldi, The mimlierearh :' SlIm rsliihs In I ,' ,. ".,h..d. I. and -hull he submitted, t I'. Ihe eleitors .. 'n r.ldo this unmnnllnonl: .I 11111 of morn than five, thou-und dollars
.'. nf In.to'IInn mit' III such .IIunly In ,' .elc'1' .I c"u"'y:' superintendentpcrnnlliid, of Florida' for eollf1(1,111'nnirro', .. opcr( :iling, ffrec I fi ,, me ''.1'.1 shall be allowed lo any on.
year for the purposes :of Ihlo Ilt. II.ulhchl .h.1 lie lo Jeillon ut Ihe general I eleitlon, lo lie I after ,Ianueo: lot I'lIU The 'l.ml.lilure I I prrion or 0 nanoni I III
S -. amendment shall he the gre..ilrr i.f ... tile ,."."do 0 of tile (elm .I held ,in N'.vember. I 1'ifll shall' h. Itvlr ,f sail! I, hoiiiie. nor .h..1 the amount d..Unl
: ,; III I I the number of inslruitl'n, unitu In 1,11101' I. .iIhIII.h he was duly emceed orephioilfted. HrCTION 4 Arldilloi'il f Milh'id. of t taxes during \.u; of Ill I : A. n'ndmenl I II I eseniption any person exceed
eaih counlv for Ihe school fisrul, year Revising, or Amending InndilutionA ', end enait cnv lou ,Ine proportionate: asuessed valuallonhaiied
lt.AI S3 computed In the manrfi here NO 6 ) a method of revising the entire having the elfeit ;: wilhilr, ; :inn tin I on the Interest owned by such
I.,f.re provided by general I iou nrHi HOISt: JOINI ,HHSOLtiTIONNO : ronxtitutlon, nf Florid mdII an ad I proceeds of said two centi 'lJ'I-lif i person Ihe legislature may pn."rb
the number of Instruitlon units 'in 2im dltlonal method of revising .ir amendIng said Isses from the onerall if Ihl.1.m..dm.nt. I apportion.,ite and reasonable r.
such county for 'Ihe si h.o.l I fi'.c ear A JOINT HFSOLUTION pr..posing an any portion. nr p'irliorfs ..f It. The "board shall pan re ulattng the m.nne of establishing
computed In the manner hpr..l.if' re or amendment lo Article X.I .f the either branch of the "legislature, alanv fuellIng .. ninta Id 1,1 hnren II POll right. 11 said exemption
hereafter provided' bv general la,. ,nd Slate Constllulinn, adding' I Kettlunto regular' session oralIninpacliil' for ...vl..rer Irred specllicalh for SECTION: 9 This resolution shall
approved bv the state board .1 f e"lucation u* numbvied bv the Secielary' ofHtate or extraordinary' res-Ion o.I.t, fir Ihe or .. properly ,iharueililK lo. beeima: .r.'lIv only upon Its approval
flu preinollrcalis I the ',laf relating' lo Ihe election' or appointment purpoie. may prc pone bv J J"lfl: resolution the ..'..unl of anv county fr"" funds m.jo.lv ..I the I..hold.
"board or hal the number of imtruc of superlntenilonl of pub s revislonoItlie.nlmrccllnstitu-. d.I"hu'e' to suih ,,"unl v. hit gen ers voting, In election'
I lIon unll. In 501 h en OntVOfl ,lenoif" nfwhoh lie 'lnhrul'lIInl in Tavlor county II osoraren shun or .."endmenl uf of the board f.r si-r to .be held In larasou C"ut/I al the
the nlute hoard of .du..I..n las BE "It HFHOLVfD: liv the Uglsla-. any nr portions' thereof and oIl es rendered all the .ou"t,.. next special or regular pron.ry elec*
Issued b..mits or motor brhlcle Ion lur of the Sl.cte. of HorldaPhil nay prlO und provide for .n elee .hli he prorated among them al'k.1 tlon
anticipation. .lificutes" under thIn an amendmenl, lo article Xlfnf I l.n i Ih.re..n. I paid out sold fundbasi no lb. fcECTlON 3. Should this resolution i
amendment whlih will, nroriure .J" Ihe Horlcli tnnslitiillin, by adding ; Ihe loinl resolution I Is -ilipted I by I I.f tao iceeds are d : be rejected bv the freeholder In p
0 enlrenenoesmndrr this uinencJir.. ,emto the section .1 forth .below to lie Slum.bared vole of three fifths :li Si, of me mem I holed the several OltuOtlenl. ; Suras,.. Counlv then this resolution
equal ones,d one.third' u I I Jl by Ihe Secretary of Slate, Is b.elected It. each house Ih* tea provided, of said expeniteishall shall null and void
Uednexd.ij morning had this shrimp 1.0.11, moored at the city dock! times, S heoferrfte amount. of orlnclpil > greed lo and hat said amendmenlshall snt n.. halt he ent.redulon theirnpeitive be opr each Regular See IN TCDTIMONV WHEREOF t (hans 1
HIGH 1lliS: on of and ,mil-rent of. such( bondH or .submitted lo the eleitcrs ofFlorida journals. and Ihe ,proposed slon of the Legislature, and :the Leg: hereunto set my hand and affixedthe
by the Florida Marine! Welcome Station. J Just a foot or H, below thed-nkat IN water- motor vehicle tax anticipation' certi for. ratification, ..reieition MI revl.ionhram.n' dmot sh ill h Islahore may lImIt the eupen.es of Oreat Heal of Ihe Male o Florida
around midnight Wednesday when the WelcomeS Viral.. which will mature and bee'on:e Ihe geieral I election' to .be held in ml'.c' the .I."o. of the ol.t board. .1 Tallahassee the Capital' tl the
i.. highest tides were felt due in sui'h vaar. computed in the Novemhf-r IIll4Sfr.C'ltIN n rejection' al It. NO tJ MM day of August. A 0. .
at'ionTfav. !! foreground "liS It foot under water and the Amelia River WM up At. manner heretofore or hereafter provided ,fount? sup.Prislsnll.fll general election held more than .1"1, HOUsE yaiHT SOLUTION TOM ADAM a ,,11
In b. general S Isw and ipurovedby nf public Instruction apBuiatiatal -j lot, .i7li lIe ysalter she ad.111 I NO. 1030 I 4
lantic .A\enu almost! to the l.'alace Saloon. i Ute Mat ""," la ,"na eounttes. IM ntlt UBius by note A IOU lUOLUTION :J ssjljjj,4, 'U -.-.,. I... 't

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) ilillirit5r! Itinl!,lliiiI !! Smoked
{ fl o uNllil#lrj l4ill Illii!' 5"I yg '
Feed Grain I! I'1 {I4e r'.tIli
1965 !
iN III+ I'' "' loiEllii: ; !:!!
I / SAV!' q o9i'iiIlId!+'''Eillfii! : !! !

tt Same Acreage: As Diversion 1964 1 : 14i1 ir,1:, r aohrdilli! p C N I C Sk 4

E The minimum, and mixlmumVrcnce k 11'' y p4uli4

1 diversion for the 13 n ,
?I a:
Fred Grain Program, will\ be the
semi pa fur MM! n..wltt. Canner, Sma II
!liii1! ;
rlnlrrmn, Aerlrulliinl! Slahl1l7.lI.lI..n" .
I 'and Consort. nl Inn Cmmivrnramlllpp WholeLB. 29
p hoe nnnmmrrd The /
y f
f 'minimum' dlvrrslon fir nrtrlixilion f
\1'11hI'\ 20 prrocnt or I ho feed
j Rrnln hoar, Any former. can <1,vert I f|!] li2S ;pj! ;

t lip to 50 percent of hla hose, or 23 '! '|Wi,7i,!, MIT'' !' .,., a ,
aeren, hlrhever la larger I Iltlllllililllt! !III! ill I!II III Illlll II III:I I till Illllll: II I I IIMWt y I s
--tie'wild the rnnrimeement M,
being made. early In ardor' to help
+ all<1 Cnrmrrs. pnrllciilarlv winterwhrmt !I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT, 19TH
f ;,: A'.
prrdieern In mnkln planet ] WINN OIKII' STOICS INC-COPWiaHT r IOU ;
for t tie PCS crop Predicen who .. -
: ]
the \l'hpll.frpd grainY ( t "(;'''' : "' .. UI: ,
want nereaw to us substitution* provision! In rRmo -m3l'a] "".kr..I' ," I J Rlrr'r: '" JI

the 1WS wheat and feed grain S R MAYER .\\\Jt\ >" >'I"" M WJ BRAND SIRLOIN

( now programs with adequate ean plan retire their,planting he said. Wieners. LB. 651.

The announcement noted that, SWEET JUICY RED TOKAY tea k LB. 9 8 ;
of the
other specific provisions' | .
PI FLAKYBiscuits
which In pant
fepoUBrain\ program :
yws-hme' been. mortified from.) 2 6-Ct 19 Grapes 2-29. ; Woo BRAND FULL.CUT BONELESS ROUND
yrtjr to year depending! on Con; ;
would await! more de.
.' finite Indications as to the outturn REG,' 19< PILLSBURY CAKE Steak. LB. 88W ;
' from this "t'or'a corn crop
5 49 .
Tv Rolooslng the diversion. percent. CAN 29xRES Apples G ;

age now will help. licit farmer Frosting. .D BRAND ROUND
plan their tae of the substitution FRESH GA. RED SWEETPotatoes
provision, fie' chalrmnn said 49< FISH FILLET
Signup) for the 196jh"at pro. 4 "*. 49xFresh Roast u8 8'
gram has started and will\ con. Grouper 39 .
Unite through October 2. Wheat :
; growers mav signup modify now for these ov. PCS 4ft COPELAND FRESH String 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *66 BELOW ,

Intentions erplontlng next but spring can at the tlmo BEANS, 2 185 39/ '

they sign up for the feed grain Sausage39,I.. G Beef 51
; program U S NUMBER ONE YELLOWOnions r.
,, 5 lAG lB. 39; 100 EXTRA STAMPS wth Coupon *67 Below' HORMEL

Cheese CUBED"'"? : 49* Can' Ham 3 'CAN LB. S 2 59

COOK QU1K .n... ."" .. .u ,; ; '-_ .=1.


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croon of Y ur nnrnt of Mealein/,
L.o.t MNllerl m.r/sy ant die 59 FROZEN ORANGE *Mtf" \
: yla/M Jo"dl.,1! AIarunooL., Butter LB. ; AAINUTE:
5 6.oz.s 89
!)Jie medical care of athlrtrl Delight
SAVE 5.2/3
; hu
.lifcn improving! with tin THRIFTY MAID ALL,FLAVORS ) !
: yean loam physicians have treiynsil

.. the injured lily player not only in a to mannerto treat Cookies 31.: 1 MORTON CHICKEN, EEZF: TURKEY '/

.. loon get as him possible back but into to playa.protect SAVE 3.2/31 CRACKIN' GOOD ALMOND CHIPCookies Ice I. Milk HALF 3V 8 oz,
him from Retting Injured A I Pot pies. 5 i.1
careful physical i 1 examination: and ,
:: a consideration, of the I history i : of 3'1.1 ,
past illiiMHCs I std I injuries' areconaidcred '
necessary vision: and SAVE 16e REG 590. MRS.: unCorn BLUEBERRY OR .
lirsriug have a (treat ilci I to do

necriRjry with the in perfect preventing, coordination acci ., Pralines' 31.1 Pies 26-0. 491. .,

7 denlamnnngathtetca Team physician, can. do much : Oil"I = 69 Cherry 51"

t, to urge periinnil rkanlinem and SAVE 52/3 CRACKIN' GOOD Lemon Choe Drop
liyzu" ,nc 11 the ollilite, for It Is a 'I REG. 49 MRS, SMITH'S 4 :
wrrr-known" fact that athlues Cookies 3 'Pk95S1: 1. SAVE 8* DELSEY TOILET
: built and curliunclcs are
cojiunoii and' diubling! in' ath-I .. :
Iil4a pro'!;rim The I lilcrl arranncnioiu APple Pie Size's 39I <
fir high! school atliletlm REG 33< DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON 19
is to have a full-t mo tram F,
regularly preicnt in the ath Raisin Buns" 29; Tissues '
lrtie area. 1 lu> person should he
welt in'.rmed
on prevention .
.: ail oMTijunci], ciea meet RIII able t I lues to talc.,cs mm proper(>ng ; : 1A7, irfJ1jmlJt,I 'I I ,' {#I;!i"I" l'
rare of stilt" athletes until\ tluya 44'fliTfJWJrrl!& : : ; 4i. ,; (
.. ., seen' \liy, IIto I Iran rliyiician J.ffjffJIJB3. kJMri ,4..of I.I'' D k '' :
One of the 1 ,difficult decisions I ;, i;: t Vfr PILLSBURYFLOUR 4m.
team piyslclun:' must make is 'FOLGER S .If- Ajax l 11> .
11I 11\
vnen to icrmit an injured piny. IA'
er_Jo rctirn to |>rcUice. The I : Ii wk I' *6K( '
coaching gaff: in ixloji, to leave / /'
the player back willi the Urm, COFFEE13 ft1 : 7 \
and'the p'-->'cr r.njl'y! feels thin j! .
way: too. The I t tin:, physicituia! ; 2 'i ;! t..
IiM' concirii' In the in-:tire oftitsnjurcd f ..\ lfl! J I// : :
/ j
) itlil t t<' i "rt I Ida din.tutf f ,"
C C ( : I bellireinjurul',,,11 I In 111].. "-,"itl I by.. ritnntJlHftflOSI ll'? W;!f'; .' lffj!' "/ 5-LB. ; :.

,, GIANT ,
While phy ;' Ia :.re not it'nalty LB.
: exn MS <;t all'ciiC::I: ;': equip. tt I 1- 69 ,J fif. '$ ''l 58,J I'J; rr'; 2! BAG 49J&91a'Ijtii'ftn'
I'WUt, they I i1.: I L i!:t atrra- i ttM$ BOX ',' '
'CAN ; r-
kpnrH to 11 |I' c' I mad run 'Irz'4
h..f'n'eI f : bli' h In. in, selectnm! r .r t \ Save 12'
: Ih -!"ill i": chic| I'',' r'.I.p! I"WM,I' "I : ... .Save '14<>' k(, g Save 21* ) ,,
rjurltli "
: r t-::ot"rtsaifjtln.t : A

"". '. tut.wear!, I li-kpncr tlatfics;>Injur(' '.s I t.ui;;.t r,Id tip I\\i'jinny. 'I I.Am i\n\l nine\ \then..a \ ,i I'I I t&; II! SAVE, t ik.i"Coffee" / 'J,.I .. t N> I )f'I"s vt lIi. aQi, ?',\!. f | oj;r ';$Io\'Ufi '..FLYKE'S LUNCHEON .' ,; r rJp

e sad: m..:nh.,T t I'im phy. r\ 'i Gt. 2? s(1"" Meat 31200Z. 1 l ,

... olefin JJJion! ,! klimil.ii.' lli,.I i tee "n lain;)ortantF \f"l'}:% CAN'.lB. 59/ J./hi"i!, >!Jf \14 Detergent Bo)( 48" ;t '\:,,/mh /, '1 ,J.r'.,I bqt' \ /
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'A", 'N ; .. I Jit7''I"
M' 0 h;," ,{," )' ? .... t./9 ."./1 "'T"/ ,"I''fr'ill, plrpr \
I RENTED IT r1HROUGH ..,." 'V'"' .....!d : ; 'Jr ."
: ... ... "" : &iiFJ 2 i\\\
: THE !. }I. .....:::;D\!" _.,. tJI"k* dit RB C 'e ,
i SAVE 1 I0< DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
r; :.t'f .'''. EXTRA EXTRAS EXTRA
.. .. '
.i: .. rr. I I 39"J1 ,
Two er01.ROtrM ON..L' /R0.
-- -- I j( Dineen 2/1/ rd SaueaBe .690 Tuna 4/l./ *'.,
: .. ,Nr 000. TH'U' eVTMIR. "IeTN 6 rnn 0000 TH'U OI/IINa1R "H IoM:: 0000 THRU '. "N''H SAVE 104.1 DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY ,
,,, /f4 O 61 I
AT ANY WINK' Nrll OI'HY.'ON"'", 01 ANY WINN' Nall"
: Register Now Preserves 24azrI 39

NM AI wr/0 NI4RN a I NrM In.o.w W n.+.nl a .Ra 1M w +wwvr .
TWO POOLOKIHO Res.rOtrN. ( oN.s e. Pm... oMt. T or, SAVE 5< A CAN THRIFTY! MAIDApple
: :[ 'unt Pass
Puppies 2/58/ Crnd..E Beef 4( 89IITH<

li ?4: 0000 TNRY a/pTNsa .lens :t:: 0000 TH'U .'."N'IA tens o tt 0000 TH'U mp.c.OU. I' 2 303 25REG rI
: :E Contest ATAHYWlNNOIII' aft ATANYw1NNMII" ef/ memo,wneon11* "*' Sauce CANS ,


:Boys 8-13 Years nt IMM UMMN w IVKIWI r Nrnwr w w w N.N.a a wN Iw wan w ? w
TWO f** FKOIf 0 t s u et 00 Oa MO.L
: ),
Eclairs 2/98 ( Ham stem LOAVES
: T Director Jnr 0000 TH" eRM01a ImtM J w iJ 0000 TN.Y minN.Ia ILTM Nrw1 0000 TN.Y irYIN.tR 1M

fOR HKfilSIK; I .\TION AN.,MNN' NNR /6J At ANr wINN NYN efy At ANY vnNN cnn e10
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ht if i At The Churches
CHURCH I R.... W. G. Hrmika, Pastor CHURCH
Cor' II h and cedar Rte I BAPTIST (' ('IIRrv the Rev. James" D. Elllmr, Rector SUNDAY SFRWIFS45 : Rev ionara Un,... pMit
I Rev J. J. Newman, Factor I S C Baker 7:11:: AM holy communion t A.M. Sunday School lund., Mail ___ End, .40
IOIIIIfllllllll.11 I'IIU I am Mmnm 5.rvlcrPE. Interim Pastor 10:00: A.M. (horal Kurlmrlit: 11.00 A M. Morning Warship Sunday .. .. .... :r..m.
/ 1'1! :. Friday Evening '7:30: pmT I 9:45 ..m. ..._.??..... Sunday School I 1 II:11 AM Church SchoolS 8 00 P.M. Men Prayer !Service! ..... ._ ... 8 30 P M Training Union,,
:80 p Evening Service 11:00 am '_." Morning Worship, i \ 30 P.M. Episcopal Young 5th Sunday, 10.00 a.m
Phone, 2kI.$ 07 6,30, p.m .... .. .... HTU I Churchman 7:30: P.M. Evening Worship Monday Young Peopl. .T ,.01 ,
I 10:Wl i.m. ._.. Sunday School 7:;10 p.m: :?. .E ; iin\\; Wednesday Servlreit: Tuesday Novena Services .. 7:3( I
7 ... ... (Tile la the nrhedulu of every 7:30: P.M. .. Prayer Service I II
Prayer meeting Wadncaday 30 p. Mid Wwk Srrvieanciuiitoi p.m
I 7:3U' Sunday with the! exception of the Dally .. ........... .. 8 amialurdny .
: p.m tr 1T.t to I "''''''' --
tint Sunday of the month) I ft fttt ... .... I
( TI!! 1"; op ruitisT I Convnnt Chap.1I
81. TAIL'S LUTIIUtANlltKlll South lath Street I LAST SPMMY! (IF TilE MKMOKIAL MFTIIODIST I I I.an Communion: In Convent
(' :' .Earl H.llH rl. MlnM.rjumlayi MONTH I tlU'Kril' trtr *
: .... .
tat Amelia. City Nrkf lnltn ctlfMiA1A Bilile Study 10.00 a m '7::10 A.M. llolf Communion NVlMoii I'. Mojrrr, Pallor945am PRI'O'R HP I'KACR
Morning Worship ........ il I:00 am 10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer : ...._. ..... Sunday School IUTIIFHAV CIIUKCH
A. ,'. Cerbhardt Paalor Evening: WuiHhip 7:00 p.m. and Sermon I 'M 1'1I) a."'. _. Moraine Wor.hln Donald K. Himmelmaii, PaatM
11:00: a m. Morning Sarvlc frft T trClIL'ltril I It:15 A.M. Church School 6 30 p hMYF Supper & Pro. hone 261.1(634
T> *> OK. <.(OU OF. 5\:00 P.M. Eplwopal' Young crams SuncW School! _.. ?. _. 9:45 a. m.
FAITH BAPTIST ('IHRniRrv. PItOPIIECY Churchmen: II 00 p m,. . Evening Worship Worship Srrvl'e. 11:00 ...01i .
J.rold A. Phlllpii Paslur Holly>> Hall. Tailor
I 16 No. 4lh St. 10:00: ..01. ........?.. Sunday School 1
Sunday School .... 10.00 I.m.. 11 a.m. ....._...?.... Morning Service
GET READY Morning Worship .. .. 11:00 I m 7:45 p m .......... Evening i ce
Sunday Wednesday Evening Prayer. ..Meeting.. .. 7:30: p.m. 7 vice;45 for p:m.:young Wednesday ptopl, ,L..rJ i Mow At Your Favorite Store. .

i .... ...... ...... 7:30: p.m. -

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Sunday School ............... 10 AM i..rgg
WITH A I Morning Worship .._...... 11 AM ? "THE WILL
: Evening Service .......?. 7:30 P.M. .
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Rev John Dozier, PaalorWnrsnlp re
HEATER I. ; Service .. 8:45: A.M. Contest I
Church School ..... ........ 8:45 A.M. t.: "ONLY( 1 INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING'
ECONOMY Worship Service ........ 11:00: A.M.I PRIZES OFFERED etc '' } r I'ERNANDINA: IICACH" .
Youth Meetings ."...? 6:00: P.M. e +
Church School ._. '7:30: P.M.
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I State IIi.av 107 Naaaauvilli Director ." TASTE THE FRESHNESS .
Rrv. William A.
I Pastors Prayer Interim Time Pastor FOR AND REGISTRATION) HIRTHKIlINFORMATION ; Direct From Farmer To YOU!

Beautiful Heater Can Be Yours I (For Men) ........................ '7 ..m. : / STOP
Sunday School......?... 9:411: ..01. IN TODAY AT lr = TASTE THE RICHNESS .
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For Less Than You Think Morning I Worship .11 am
Training Unloi .._::..: 0:15: : .I Lasserre ...
II ........ Motor
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
Wednesday: Move Up To Quality Use Premium"Jersey ]

Men' Hour of Power ..? '7 p.m.
Good Check Our New Prayer Service ........ 7:30 p.m. Company Milk _:
"Whosoever will may come .
NI Low Cost fttr y

Housekeeping Tank
Gas Amelia Road Phone ZM-8487
RT. Loyd' Chambera, Pastor
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YULEE, FLA. Plan Sunday School ? ? 10
Gas & Appliance Co. Morning Wo'shlp __'?. 11 '.01'1 T rttont qP i ,. w
Evening Worship ................ '7 p.m.i I
Wednesday Service ........._ '7 p.m. '

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9:45 a m. _._ ..... Sunday School
11:00 a m. ?__ Morning Worship
4:30 p.m. __??"? Training Union
FINAL x.:30 I : p.m. ?...... Evening: Worship
Vcdnnsday prayer. nervica: ,. Tar:


South 8th St. Ph. 281.3702 j
I Rev. W. W. Roland '
Sunday School ..... .,.,,. 10 a.m.I I II ce.1."Yhl: T
ese leers mass I Worship Service ....... 11 1 1. Ou.aqNrNi.w To..... TOP QUALITY-LOW PRfCf(
I Prayer Meeting Tuesday '7:30: Cho.. """'"
Bible Study Tnursday .. 7:30: a.m'l Wlam "
I R.... E A. Lewis. Pastor I
1000: am. _'???.. Sunday School i iI SPEED CRUISERS
11:00 a.01. .........- Wonhly Service
I 6:30: p.m .? C. A Youth Service '
I 7:30 p.m. Evungallttie Service Nlhewlny' 26-Inch
Thursday mid week service ..
I '7:301'.01.: a.dt..nN..h./ -r or T 333Boy's
Rev. J. T. Dunnara Pastor /I rNM.
WE NEED THE SPACE TO MAKE ROOM FOR I Worship Services: 8:30: AM I IUOU u.lnM.l nilw.hwha..n/rhron.N.hhMr..d.b CwrN.aloha.M.IrIV..Mhsn ../ !
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I 8:00: P.M. .,
THE Alt NEW Sunday School __ 9:45 AM: 1
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Training Union 6:45: P.M. '
I, Prayer Service .... ._ W.dnesday' I I I I CawnY.IN.dl.sLNd e.ro
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429 South 6Hi'afircft J
Johnny L. King. Pastor 1
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Sunday Service:
1000: AM. ...?_'... Sunday School thnro./
11:00 A.M. Morning Wurxhi830 '
I : p.m. H.....?......_?.,.. BTU ..500" BICYCLES
PRICES SLASHEDRED ,I '7'00) P.M. M n'. Prayer !Service fL IryM a.h.d e..h..o,Ctu .UI.Nrrhwi01..No .
7:30: p.m. Evening Worship

TAG SPECIALS Tuesday 7.00 p.m. .......-...... ? vmtatlon I 26-Inch
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: ,, 99
Boy's or $4'1 N ,

: A2c H, J. Allison, III Girl's as : no.tha..YNd .

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Tate! 6-D jya-Lcndc-r, TCI.iinndina Beach,Hoi'Ma = Thursday, September 17L19G1 sion". In such caner, It li not necessary .
to pay Income: tax or cap
A YOUR GOVERNMENT ital gains tax on your profit -
"1Ift"; ,, '': provided that the money you receive
.I<''J; .. .1. ', Is reinvented In similar property LOANS.
f, \ r, .A WEEKLY REPORT BY within a year. .
pe I
I Ij In mewl taxes an agreement/ Is
':" reached between tho property owner ]
-a., ,. and I the state, but If you feel the
.,.'... l traJjC''v I TO BUY OR BUILD
,,'. I ntale'a offer Is unfair you have the
t; FARRIS BRYANT right to refuse the amount offered I
Governor of Florida : In such a case, the next step Is
for the Road Department to In t-
,. \ AE MAY BE COMING YOR WAY If your property U definitely on I I late a condemnation suit and thus Whether You're Looking
SOME DAY the route selected for a new let the courts decide on the fair
(RIGHT OF WAY PROCURE. way you will be contacted sale price for your home or pro. I At Blueprints or '
MENT IN FLORIDA) Independent appraiser who li hlah'l perty. ,
I IMw Highway: construction In Florida a regular employee of the You as the property owner can Homes For Sale OurFinancing jl':, .
g at III highest peak In history goad Department but has been hire an appraiser and have him I.
t; mull remain at rush a peak for specifically! hired to appraise all of establish a figure you feet U a fair p
I (great many years If we are lo the property In the area.I I price Can Help .. :' ; : :'"
' peel fie: Increasing demands for Later another appraiser a I The court, In a trial by Jury, ..,, i:: '
;apld tale travel Stale Road Department employee then will \listen to all pertinent You Take Prompt ";.. I" .
It lakes land and the Improve. +- may come by to check the original facts In the case relative to the
ncnU on It lo provide the right orNlY appraisal. This second check value of your property Including a I Sound Action. 0 h" ', ,"i:
for all these hlirtmayi Your Offers double protection to the review of all the appraisals that
property either In Its entirety or I I pony owner and the State to have been made.
'n may one be needed j lure that the property has prO'I' The final decision as to what
itpeP gar.I I Let's Discuss It Before
h elected .a fair and Impartial appraisal price you will receive for your property I
epresentatives, have given the Only men of the highest II made by the Jury.
, tale Road Board permission to qualified by education training The highway may be a super- You Build, Refinance
acquire property for the construe-;' end experience are employed as expressway with six or eight lanei
lion of highways The selected mien ippraiscri and these men make on Florida's 1,158 mile portion of
ue based on recommendations their final decisions based the National System of Interstate BuyFernandina
on a
JUST BEFORE HIGH TIDE on Wednesday this shrimp boat is shown just below the
Road Department.
from the State thorough Inspection of Highways It be a four-lane
your pro. may
(the ducks, with the Florida Marine Welcome Station in the background.At .
level or city Several routes are considered In pony, a comparison with similar facility on the State system of primary .
high tide Wednesday night the docks were a"' a*>h and water' was a foot deep on le careful process of selecting a properties In the area which have highways It could have only Federal
the welcome station lawn. highway route. Included In the dcIslon been sold recently, a determinationand two lanes although emphasis
) li a detailed evaluation of consideration of the replacement I now on the wider, safer, IS//
onstruetinn costs, economic valueto cost of your home and consideration highwaysIf .
& Loan
Savings Assn.
1 .... : the Slate, the Immediate areas of Its Income producing Florida Is to have the kind of
;f.It! affected And the type of terrain potential highway system that It must have

( ;. ,, ;/ over which the proposed roadwaywill The Internal Revenue Department long planning, great cost, and some I 202 Atlantic Avenue
....;. i( < _, ; /fl. be built, recognizes that the sale of Inconvenience: Is a natural product
',.., ..' / At all tlmiM, however, the cngleers property to the State for public We are determined to build that
, : 1- : and planners are swore of purposes as Involuntary conver kind of highway system ,
.. the effort tills route may' have on -- ------ -- ._-- ---- --.
iomf* end businesses and other
activities In the vicinity
If you should )look out your win
dow some morning!! and see a survey -
party busy at work, they are
probably only conducting a prelim-
(nary survey to help determine
which route will be the most re... I HAD
Ible for some future highway They
may be only checking a reference @Wooo
.rr a' +w +nlrw r.WA4'd1149rWAla point for a highway many rollei ,
from your properly
MUTE EVIDENCE of the high tides that accompanied Dora Is shown by these huge
( limbers that floated up to the front of Se ntell's Restaurant during Wednesday nits WHAT ASLOWI
t' The;waters reached as far as the Palace aloon at far right in picture. Cadet Nelson Meyer

i ,pcyr w ,u,,. -,. ,, Summer EncampmentWARNER II

ROBINS. Ga. Cadet .
Nelsnn P Moyer of Fernandln'I'1'
i I
Beach recently
S Air Force Reserve Officer TrainIng I
Corps IAFROTC) summer encampment DAY
at Robins AFB, Ga. I
Cadet Moyor, son Qr Rev Nelson .
eM+ n D. Moyer and the.laie Mrs. MOYl'r\\ Y
observed and look an
rrLi In flying and lupport phasci of op-
orations at the Air Force Login 0
a tlci Command base during the
.b. { .MpjN pta' e6. ''1 month-long encampment period
f >KK.A'W w..e.wnri+..wf A member of the AFROTC unit REDDY KILOWATT is used to working -

i I DORA'S POWER is shown by the ripped away sections of these homes on North at Florida Slate University he will o+,
be eligible for a commission as an t'
I Bf af ft.
Air Force second lieutenant upon in adverse weather conditions
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completion of AFROTC training
and graduation from college ''

The cadet li a graduate of Ro. round but this time Dora was / 0
bert E. Lee High School, Jacksonville year ,


;; a little more than REDDY could cope
Board of Health

Issues Warning On with. .

"J.' Rabid Bats, Coons

JACKSONVILLE Rabid ball Although Dora's advance squalls began late Tuesday afternoon and the wind builtin

and raccoons are being found In the the first loss sustained about 4:15
Increasing numbers In Florida and strength throughout night, power was

Health this prompted today to the warn State parents Board and of p.m. on Wednesday. By 9:30: p.m. all 3400 of our customers were without poweras

t pet owners of the danger to children the winds increased and trees began to fall across transmission lines. The
and pate
Dr James B. Nichols, directorof \ minute service was interrupted, our skilled line and service men went to work and

..j tho Health Division, said of most Vctcriiiiry of the Public bats by 8:00: a.m. Thursday, despite winds still of hurricane force, the first power wentto

: Call Director' and Speakerphone...one are being found In Central Florida the water plant and the important water service was restored throughout the
and In this connection he
to control calls the other to free
hands.your unbeatable. that the first diagnosis! In the Un. city. With the aid of crews from our Marianna and West Palm Beach divisions,
your Together, lied States of a rabid bat was madeIn I
Call Directors are available with a Hlllsburou County In 1U53 The we were able, by working around the clock, to restore electric service to 85'/c of

capacity up to 29 lines. They can hold the raccoons state ale In scattered parts of,I our customers by Friday night and 95% by Saturday night, leaving only a few isolated -
calls handle conference calls I
Two Efficiency I so several They people can can hold a conversationat found Dr, on Nichola the ground laid that"most any likely bat i customers without power. By Monday 100service to all customers in need

the same time.Experts Is rabid and should net be touched. I of power was achieved.
Speakerphones let you hear and talk All parents should warn childrennot
for to pkk up any bat or bird
without using your receiver. You can since small children cannot distinguish
switch calls on and off at your convene : between the two, I
hence Which other "In addition, pet owners should

Modern Business office can hear means(and peopleIi')' calls your have their rabies animals because Inoculated we have against a- "-:::::.: _+ f Thanks a lot for your patience

when this Is desirable.Call number of Instances of rabid bats

your Telephone Company Business biting rings and cats An animal / and consideration while service
Office for details. may be rabid several days before
U actually slums signs of bl'lnlll
sick HO (there Is no guarantee( thata -
Southern'i\ Bell normally.appearing dog or cat ; ; was being restored, and also to
may be free of the disease unless
M.Gravyw.4 U.r..t.M It has been vaccinated" i f
So far this year there have been __ our many employees who worked -
reports of 27 rabid bala1 ric- l I
cans, 1 dig 2 eats, 2 wildcats \
and 1 skunk I y long hours in daylight and
Rabid animals especially wild :.-
ones, lose (heir (fear of humans and
thus any wild animal which seems
darkness under such adverse
tame or nick should nut be hand.,
I Ill'r.! \ NIt'holalid./ Hitionni of. '
dogs which In turn may
bite humans before, showing signs conditions.
of rabies I II
al x h I Once rabies develops, there Is no
cure and death li certain. However,
anti-rabies shots may be given Immediately -
I to persons bitten by what
Is thought to be a rabid anlmil
Several children: so far this sum.mer i
halO plckl'up! rabid bats,
been bitten and have had to take
I the painful and expensive shots :i Florida Public Utilities Co.
I "If there U any doubt or question '
I call your county health department
Qbe ," Dr, Nichols said
*" sure your telephone voice is really you...
J&Jw \>), by speaking into i
directly telephone
: your .I
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