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 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00091
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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1965 Model Cars Go On Sale Today And Tomorrow At Local Dealers See Pictures In This Issue

Over A Century + Your Best Medium

In Nassau Of Service County 1ffi trnan lna JJ eae hN euteleaherBtnct ind For;* Local 4dveQrtIS'Ing News


IBM Absorbed by Purchu. Mtrnr tr Bucmilon The florid News, Tht East Floridian, The Peninsula, The t.ffteMIIII Cmiittt, inr :Und City. 'Me"1 l observer. Pernandms Express, The rtrnindlna News, Th. Florida Mirror, The Naiinu County Stir, The News r ndl" Record,
.in ndln News.Record, Nassau Courtly Leader, The Outlook The Horldt eltorjn Ness. The .r".ndln News, The Buccaneer. .f;
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juSllam6hn : Tentative County .Budget : No Decision Made As Yet By E Engineers

<>JJ < Set At $885,116.51 Rocks Beach

On Sand Or For Protection

I The Board cf County Commls. $6442909900 as compared to $24,.

..f I ilonert will meet on October 5 at 241,460.00 In 1B63! ,
10.00 a.m. In (their chambers at Tentative mlllage In Districts 2,
I have heard enough the past I I' the courthouse for the purpose of 3. 4 and 5 Is set at 15.25 mills and
I hearing requests and complaint on In District One 18.41 rnJlls District
week about beach erosion,
or so
much of It from thatI I the proposed budget for the fiscal One tentative mlllage Includes 1.281 Matthews
and experts I : : I II Here To View Hurricane
Control and 1901 Congressman Damage
feel I should be some sort of an' year ending Sept, 30 1965 mills for Mosquito
expert by now myself. On the !I The budget Is carried In Itemized I mills for school :bond; Issue '
form In this Issue of the News. In 1M3 one mill brought $24241.
I confused than
contrary and am becoming more so. I Leader es! a legal notice, The ten ,46 In ad valorem taxes One mill Congressman D, R, iBillv. Multilevel I At press limp today no decision
ever more I i was a visitor to Krn.indmu has beep mad by the Sav inn ill
withdraw from tho 'ex.pert" tative total Is set at $88311651. In 1964 will bring $6442810 I
herewith and will I I I It should be noted that the I, Tentative figures furnished ClerkD Beach last week to vlct t the dam. I Ia I District Lf the' U' S, Coips ol K:nil!
category my proxy the School Board ago caused In Nassau County byIhtrrirane ntrr'' IIH In the lope protection
to whomever desireh) It. I find amount of taxes fur the county operation O Oxky by
4'I Dora and met on rrl- I th..yI ill anpiovo lor the legal
In the belief the U S. Engineers Is reduced slightly O\'er' show 4 22 mills county main.
and their advisors the I $1.ono from last year. 1: tcnance and 4.22 mills for school day with Col Paul Romeo head II bench fur remaining! Inline- lie,
of the Savannah District ot the U sliuclivo ,criiKien, such as that
The 14! cnunty-wldc valuation, district. maintenance. This total of
In this field, will I I
real experts with the allowed I after revaluation by the office of !I 844 mills compares to the 20 mills S, Corps of Engineers, Ronald suit I II mused"" In IIlIl'rII'lIlIeI"ra| ,
the best funds possible to Job best protect us ,1 I Tax Assessor Eddie McKcndrce, Is I levied last year Dame regional coordinator of the I >f Cel V,'.ilier Pie Moil. Jr.. iiilhir
Olflec of Emergency Plinnins!, I/id disaster representative for
-- - - Col.I
from the next sister of Dora I ('. Young. assistant director. ol civil i I NavHuii Camay. lepirkd this me rn.
ft ft 't? I works fits the Atlantic division of I Mil! 1 that h" hill, been In cemlaet
The 1963 model cars are here Community Chest Campaign Corns. of Engineers In Washington. with the Sivaiinah eilflce and that
and on display today and tomoirowat and Major George L, Haiman of I I the itmliuin! are mill de'IcrminiugIf
local dealers Drive by and the Jacksonville District ol the U a Bouree if mud Is aviilubk fur
have a look and If you're thinking I S, Engineers, .ar te re'plan" 'mi'nl of the ilunis
of buying!!. do It here at home I Set For Kickoff TuesdayBY The meeting was held In the C'd'i I At a me c:Ing In'lei hire MI nelnv

-tr ofr -tr rrul courtroom of the U, S, Post- i I morning: In the timiiniMili' ihnm-
Seems like a !good! time for a I LrTA: ChNhK: ; CC.UF preside, Bryan L. office with Matthews opining the I born til dlv Hall. It. A, laekuwskl, \ ,"
few weather gadgets to be Installed that heI of I tit! I S. Army Coastal t:nitl.
I The Kickoff for the Nossw: Katseheit: Is expected to encoiir. meeting by explaining as
here at least an anemometer, County Ct-L'K drive will take'' ate tho drive volunleeis to ap here to meet with the Engineers I I miring lUxcnrch Cutler In \VashIngton .
While Dora was lambasting al I place Tuesday September 29th at preach their solicitation assign. and the OEP to make sure vii pus sale) Ihii! lie1 tavon the use
with 100 plus mile per hour winds I 7:00: a.m. at Seaside Inn Area mens! with the energy and enthusiasm slble was being done to coordinate of sand an Ih I ,' lust piutcclion fur
the Jax news media were saying! chairmen, drive volunteers volunteer necessary to accomplishtheir efforts toward the massive cleanup I, Z back shore |'iroMitvJiiikemnkl | ,
they had reports Fernandina Beach administrative workers and ibjeclive successfully. and restoration following Hurricane tiled that the use nf
winds were from 23 to 50 mph 1 ether Interested people will attend R. E, Phinney, who was one of Dora, CONGRESSMAN! )1) R. (HILLY) MAT1HKUS: wits here for two days I last week to a rack reviInn, such us that

would also like to see an accuratecheck Mils breakfast t meeting; to mark the leaders Instrumental In the Col, Ramee outlined the work I t 'few'the' hurricane damage Here he listens its ('ol. Paul Humor, Smtnrmh; District I prc'snilu. AH the only allcrnative
made on the height of the the opening of our campaign drive formation of the Nassiu county already done by his District and Engineer of the I''. S. Corps of Engineer, outlines hU redimmcniliitions", for rentor to sand, would only protect the>

tides, not just during hurricanesbut Drive chairman, Bob Cenek, Is tC.IF, will direct his commentsto (Continued on page two lion of the loin) hejl'h.'hlch suffered severe erosion from Hurricane' Horn) Left to beach shun" pmpertv. He noticlIliul
at all times Maybe this Is anticipating good turn out so the desirability of success In lock einlv armeiri" the beach
tlhtfayor! E. J. Johnson Jr., !Matthews( Itaniie and Honnlcl van Dame, regional I .
done but I don't know where to that this Important fund raising the ninth consecutive tC.t'F drive I and nets up a side motion if t'ro-
of the Office of ; which will alloinfe
director Emergency Planning, federal
secure the Information. campaign can obtain an effective Drive volunteers 'will be given James D. Kittrell J agency '!on. On the other hand, he at'isued .
fund for the ret.1 oral Ion. The meeting vas.. held In the federal courtroom of the
ft ft ft '' rcHteies what nature has
start Judge J E. Gene( ) Weatherford their pledge cards and other necessary .
Probably the roughest Job any. long associated with tho I materials at the break. At I U. S. Postofflee. taken away,

one had during Dora was that of CC-UF In our county has been fast Dies Suddenly lie in led Hut sand U being Olii-
several young men at the Florida asked to summarize what the With the opening of the drive at I I pluvrd in 21)1)) miles of slmiiline! In

Marine Welcome Station, While eight participating agencies have I' the klekoff breakfast. Bob Crock Work This Morning ., New Jersey. Delaware1\ and Viiguila/
the tide was at Its peak and water done and are doing for and In plans to direct all campaign ac. I ( > but that thc iiperalleiil (here is'Vtlll

was washing all around the station Nassau county, 'Continued on Page Two) j! 1 > ,I i' J Iin an explur-tory ntugpJaikemskl .
these stalwarts were fighting - -- -.. James D. Kittrell. 50 died suddcnly ,\ 'I ,1;;'" added that the heaeli
off heavy timbers that threatened this morning on the Job at r'j I would still reiiiirc| constant neiuriHhmutit .

the huge panels of glass that City! Commission Preston Reports Rayonler Inc. where' he was Ma. t''' ', r fj,'. .to 1 I nf sand,, however, Kliuc
floor chine Room Superintendent Hit ..
stretch from ceiling to on } an ettlmate 2UOIXK) yauls' will be
tide of the station And had been an employee of IMyonlersince N t ,
the water I t t lout each year
this work was done while ropedto OK's Gas Request To CommissionOn December 5, 1939, ... 't. 'It J Here for tho Inietlng wire five
each otbar at the height of He Is survived by the widow, ''Ii" ... : .1 i. representatives of the SavannahCoiUlnutKl

pera'e'fury'' .'.. ::1. ',.' I Of pert Beach:Erosion Mrs Mildred Kittrell: two sons ,\.,,. ', at .,"' t, vey; o..n.... .. !, : ./1' ( : MI. Paga. Two*'
.Authority Klttrrlt,
ft Tft ; 2nd U; James Daniel 4t'r ... "'" 1
sad Pvt Kit. $ 'fit a '
(shifted around USAF, 'Jerry Morgan i't'
-taoM w
At !least-lie *
4r by Dora did Como good They covered An ordinance was passed last Col Walter Preston Jr,. civil trell, U S. Army both stationed 6tr Nolan Rites Held
up a few of the unsightly beer night on the second and flnil I read. defense director and authorized I In Germany: and two brothers Joe I
can which normally dot the beach, pig by the City Commission consenting disaster representative for Nassau Woodrow Kittrell and William BurialIn
to the Ocean Highway and County, reported to the County Bryce Kittrell, both of Fernandina Tuesday;
ft I Beach, / Ir '
Port Authority acquiring : a nat.ur.1 Commission yesterday morning on
Driving along while the ounl,, gas system for the operation, the progress to date In seeking assistance Mr, Kittrell was' a member of h'e Bello
atere are heading for school makes distribution and sale of* natural I for the beach erosion and the First Baptist Church where At Bosque
one think of many things as you gas within the present and future other county damage by Hurricane served as a deacon. and was active .
watch the degree the scrubbed lit. corporate limits of Fcrnandina Dora. In all church affairs Funeral fir ;Mix LlUiilxth Noun .
tie boys will go to In Impressing Beach Preston told the Commission of Funeral arrangements are Incomplete SI, was held Tuesday: 10:.
the starched little girls Lots has The ordinance Is published as a the two' proposals submitted for the pending the arrival of I 10 a in, at the r irnt 1'.eKbytl'rllln.
been said of little girls They ran public notice mXhia Issue of the rehabilitation of damaged beach I his sons from Germany Oxley I "hurch: The Rev. John bunter
be pretty, cute, happy, and some. I News-Lea r. It was passed on a areas He noted that one was for I I Mortuary Is In charge. uHtor., offlelNtvcl mid at iriavtf
times downrlgit,,: sassy Whatever I I ililn In Hello Cemetery.
motion by Commissioner John the rebuilding of sand dunes as a
their moods they are loved by Just Tillakos, second by CommissionerHilton temporary barrier and the other I I I Shine No'in' who died Sunday
about everybody We have seen Kitchens and the afflrma- was for a rock revetment At this Keene Funeral To TOlRLNfi THE DAMAGED) LOCAL !HEATH with ('on ;reHs.miin" Matlhewn and the ,morning In llumphiiys, Memorial
them portrayed In hundreds of of J, John. :Matthev.n\ I (Hospital, had been a r tlve voles Mayor E. time the U S Engineers have not were a number of local till/en Left to right Mayor Johnson ,
ways, in pictures, stories, poems, Jr. and Commissioner Ben I I made decision the method engineers I I rrnanilina Bench tier" entire life
son a on to Be Held Friday David Gatchel G. Ralph Wolff director of the MoMiuito Control )Ii"*
the I I (ity Manager ,
songs Yesterday they were Sorensen, Commissioner L L Bo- be employed, Preston said Sh was a member of the First
T. )lu\k Public Work Director Jim
Hood of Amelia Island Harbormaster George
heroines In Little R-d Riding tritt : t'rvubyteiian Church and hud ,
hannan not at the Commission Chairman Jim Thomas
Goldilocks, Little Bo Peep Todaywe meeting,was but It was present noted that he I told of the damage to county At First Baptist i iI Heard T. Howard Kelly noted author who maintain a heath home here, Mujo 'sere treasurer of the) Sunday
continue to be charmed by the had expressed approval of the roads by the hurricane and of what 1 I George; L. Hanson of the Jacksonville DUtritt of the U. S. Corp' of Engineers: Ron. School" !Department for u number

little girls In our lite, "What are action. Is being dune to put them back for George Earl aid tan Dame of the OEl', Postmaster W. H. :Melton and City Commissioner! lien if years _
little girls\ made of? Sugar and I Funeral KI't'no.1 She had bitn un (employee-"
The first reading of ordinancesto Into usable condition I I Sorensen.
nice," ,,59. who died Wednesday In
spice and everything says Florida Public Unities Co, for
vacate and discontinue certain Mrs David Sresovich headed a -
About the only i phreys Memorial Hospltil I following 17 the In
the familiar verse. I years Joining company
streets and portions of streets In I delegation from the Pine Grove
not care for a brief Illness, will be held Friday 1027Shi ,
do profess ,
who May
ones little girls are little boys but even the city was postponed until a Baptist Church In making! an ap. at 2 p.m, at the First Baptist I Camden 7 Is survived by a NI.II'r.Mill ,
later for the i Win Over High -OJ
they change their mind as soon as The meeting streets In question are Es- i road peal leading to Improvement the church, of the ,'Church will Rev officiate James Burial T, Dunnam will be, I Pirates ; Lucy Nolan Krnnniim

they and the little girls, grow up. cambla, between Front Street and The Commissioners pastor, Beach; four brother, John:l lVolan
Just because* ft Charles*R. Holley North(Continued Second Street on Page; 60'Five rlght-of.j) J would(Continued do all possible on Page to comply) I In Bosque. Keene Bello was CemeteryMr employed In the. I K. Nolan of Houston Fornandina, Texas Beach Lewis,

uses the traditional green holly and --- maintenance department at Ray.onier I Gird For P. K. Yonge Here FridayA Vlncsnt B Nolan, Miami, Ed.

the red berries on hI. campaign literature Inc. ward F, Nolan Columbia, S. C,,
He Is survived/ by the widow,
doo n't mean hell be a and t numb. of nlcccis and nephews
Republican Mrs Leona Lee Keene: a foster A lve action Pirate (tram day night'! t>ennv Alvnre-l kicked stone Conference eneninter, !! fir>f the _
Christmas of present this state as a Iii still stick I s, "t : daughter, Miss Jerry Lee both of held the- Camden Ilurrlcums scare.i the1 extra point fur the Pirates lei HCUSIII" Tin1 gnnie! In Hliiteel" to beOIK Active pallbearers were. J.. DI .

with governor Burns and believe a large majority I Fernandlna Brach: a sister. Mrs | less and seorcd u single touchdown nuiki the score, 70 whiell was (if I till' lep cully stash. 'hoh, I I>Huuh<'rt/: Andrew S. Alan,
In the state will do likewise I Emma DauuhiTlv of Snvannnh, '', In the lint half un an eleven yard :I the' Imal seoro tIC the night es 'In this itcctioii, P K. YuniteiilKeel !: ': Kenneth Murget, Carson. Me.
Ga.t two half.sisters. Miss Cora scumiier, by quarterback| Pre Wee Friday night/ the I'lrites will. interlinn a laugh/ lurry Washy. Or Kclidloc, laid C Duins and A.
Anderson and Mrs Dcrtha Anile'r. Nobles to win their Initiul foul' ; the I'. k Yeinia Blue Wave tiller Turk team last t Frlel,ly tight I K llvielic.
Hurricane Special son, Jacksonville: and a half bull encounter (if the scasen rrl. I en the lurid field In the flint Key 7K, which sets the stallf'e (her the I Honorary I pnlllnarvm, J. K.
Available Due brother, Leland Anderson, Jack. bailie hole" on Friday nlkhl. Robots' I'hilip Jal'klnn( K, II\ ,
1 sonvlllc touch Wayne Benners finite Imkuood, Tom Ollugiin, rhomiis

To Heavy DemandDue I Chamber To Vote Kiwanis Slates eSlal'd the /tint game witlienil I J, Shave, Jr,, John T, ruriiru
Resident's Father untiriui'd( : On I'Hgt Two) I I I and Louis A. rerrelra
to the heavy demand

for pictures of damages re. Dies In Statesboro; IOn Additional Annual Kids' Day
suiting from Hurricane Dora,
the News Leader printed a I Funeral Wednesday
edition this 1 Board Members Events FridayThe
special pictorial aC- Friend. of 'Darwin Smith will !
week. regret to hour he was salted UiStatexboio I II i,
Sufficient copies are avail (.11., on Sunday duo A special m'rlnl: of the thiuii- Kill anl ('luh allnuill i Kill
able at the News Leader office I to the iritual condition of his ,I bee ef teiinmeree has been unmiuneeel J Day in Kdieeluled lor Fruits I.
for those wishing one or more father, (,('rue ('. Smith, who for Monday' Oetobcr S I ginning lit 11 I .30 a.m. anti 'onllllil.
issues, and upon request can was hospitalized Saturday even. : The meeting will. begot at 12 noun' bug until, 3pm.. ut the "rllllnlllni" S
be purchased wrapped for mall. I Ilal. log and paused away Monday at Kcusidc Inn, Heueh" Junltr High I/lwlIl..ry: /

morning. : President Rued I,ewe'lien said Sehoeil
Due to the cod and of the printing fact Funeral. service wa held Wed the m'ellnlII/ for the purpose! ulthe The morning session flC f lh<' lust t

a that special advertising edition Is carried. nesdajr at 2:00 p,m. In CUxton, I membership| voting on amendIng IIradc' will be served refnshmeiiH
M Ga. / (the existing/ by-laws so as In from 11 :10 until 12 II. alter which
a charge of toe per copy wasnecessary. provide lor three additional director the second group e.f first grade and
Debris On Streets *. tile seeond grade will be served

Fernandina Beach I The bylaws at present read vents: begin/ vt I pm with Iliojuelulng
Creates Jobi
Weather I Huge ARTICLE III ; of the best decorated buy
W. i For City CrewsThe SECTION:'! 1 I. The government/ of etc There will be one prier fur
V. Approved
.. .Ul h "h A' athertreeClaitoti. the Chamber and the direction of boys .lid> one for girl.
Thursday, Sept 17 81:I 73 01! tremendous amount of debris Its torch shall be vented In aBoard A 50;; .yard' dash for 3iel and 4ili
Friday, !Sept\ 18 86 71 0 scattered by hurricane Dora of Directors consisting of graders/ begins at 1:30.: Two will
Saturday Sept. 19 0 I WHO ARE THEY WHERE ARE THEY GOING? Plan I has created a huge work load for ,' thirteen members one.third of be' interrd from each room, Tin; MAJORETTE() .. TE\M OF THE PIRATE HAND( 1 apllIured

Sinday: Sept, 20 83 71 0 now to nee "THE HOBO'S FARE TO THElR" and city crews whom shall be elected annually Next eonies (the Potato Rare fur here as they attended the I Dixie Twlrlaramu heldin

Monday, Sept. 21 79 74 01 I learn the answers to these questions You will also! be I I 1 City Director of Public Works' for a term of three years, as herein hays and girls, grades 3 mid 4, Deiatur, (Georgia; in August Hack row left to right
Tuesday Sept. 22 82 64 0 I Jim Beard says that he has 10 I orovidfd No member of the Dune) Poole Glenda; Edwards; and Judy Pipkin front
highly entertained aa you lake this unusual trip with the followed by the 50 Yard Ddih flue a
Wednesday, Sept. 23 90 60 0 trucks working full time on. Just Board of I DIre-etors who has com.
I hobo Train will depart at 8:00: pjn.. Thursday October Slh and (Uh giadrs row, left to right Jean Entiminger Peggy Thornton
this and that the plele-d a three term shall be I
Tb weather u furnished courtesy one! operation year
r>"...<. ..?hll.. mint** r.*. I 14 or Friday, October 15, from the Woman's Club I work will continue for some time eligible; for reelection until after The heal event Is the Potato Race Laura Sorensen, Cheri Edenfleld and Dorothy Jean
mith 7th al Lime Street
Ltwuj Malta, Coop r Uv OOMTW Building. -- --.- to com, (Continued oa Page 8U) fur jradei 8 and (. I'likett.: _____ ..

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Two Xew.-Ltacter, Fernandma Beach, Fiorina-Tnur&riav\ ScptfcJubcr) z4, n>,MKRNANDINA Annual lay ors *.WJ,BETTERS TO -- I New Plans Made L':. A. Ferreira Tours Yulee. VolunTeeis

BEACH NEWS-LEADER Pirates Win "TpyFor-Tots" 1\ THE EDITOR I For CemeteryBy I Cope Kennedy, With' 'Assist With Fire

At Eastport Plant'
Drive Bondi Group
Sll ASH STREET PHONES 2611MOMMCR Underway. ,I Association Savings

A John H. Perry Newspaper (Continued serious Injuries from Page although One! )Jar. The Juilor Chamber CoitU''\ September 21, 1184 The Btque Bello Cemetery Assoelatlon I L. A. Ferrelrm, chahrma of th< I, The Yulee Volunteer Fire Do.pcrtment .

Ray OMwfll, Editor and Manager: ry any Lard reinsured Ms preceaao! I mere' annual Toys.For.Tot*' drive- EditorFen.ndn.i) Beach News.Leader net Sept. It In'. the Rev : Savings Bead program for !NassaiGotmlyt answered the fire alarm
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I I o3T from Southern Container Corp oj|
gas act'Olpaa6rtIII'1111P
usxferway and Leon Joan re Uon, Center conference room
low Injury and could' bv a doubt \
Published every Thursday and entered! at the Port Office ful starter In the Blue Wave chairman, urges that' those wisIng FArnendtiM1 Dcach, Fhirlda the mettlng w 81 earned hY i1''. I 'hislne* enrcutlves' of 'yit Eastport last Saturday. with the
Fernamllna Beach Florida, ai second clan mall matter game to make donations pleaseso do I Sir: President Mrs W H. Selbcrt. Jackson\Ule area on a chartered tanker. truvkv sad (out firwmnFlrinwi .
Mike Pikula and Richard Schoma
Subscription Rslesi I was shocked by a recent letterSeptember I bu, of Cape Kuuuxly, on I toy Tanner Lee MeClclland .
as early Ihl Mrs tour
as possible that F; H: Hrbein, secretary I
had minor injuries, but are ex ,
$4 a year H,25 6 months $1.25 3 Month (! 17i' In your newspaper ,
Mead and Billy Vni
repairs can be made In sutliclt read minutes from the last meet.log Tuesday .
.9fr potted to be ready Friday night
$4 a year outof countyNo condemn: the actions cf the
i time to Insure some child a happy and Mrs U A. Kelly, Irea. The visit Included a tour of all her were on duty from 1 p.m. un:,il
scored touchdown
Fetnandlna their Nassau School Superintendent
--- County '
;; w..1 Christmas this year surer, gave a report of finance) facilities. Including the launching lam., returning at 4 to remain
; He said that enough sand In the Camden game after Dean Bhnkcnshlp Being from r I .''
officials t
DecisionContinued Chucks TV Service at ills and' on hand. pad and lectures by until a mExtensive
available In Fort Clinch State Park I Gary Brenner punted to RIchard another state, I had never witness. suffered
Nobles on the Fernandina 42 am Ash Sis, will again be the colic eel' the devastating e'Fects of a Mr.. Kelly presented Mrs D. Q. NASA. damage was
secured (Later itwas I
( from Pane One) If It could be I I Nobles lugged the pigskin back 10 lion center for all donations ThMe''1 hurricane I was In Fcrnandina Humphries an orchid corsage I Host l was Mack Cwe, general by the! large container plant near
that the State I
Plslrlot headed by Chief of the En. the Carnucn,35; where he was slopped wishing to have articles picked I UII ,I Beech during Hurricane Dora, and from the association wlih love and manager of Sears Roebuck and Jacksonville,("
Board of Parks did nit! agreeto I i I
Rlneerinj Division, Ctmles V. by :Martin McColhugh Ui at' their home- may call 261.44111 I was 1 Impressed by the willingness appreciation for the ur tiring work Co and DJVH! County chairmancf
the sand to be removed)I.I I.
allowing j
Trainer. the first play Beryl Rice smacker or 261-4953 of many of the I loci! peopleto she has carried on fcr many >can the payroll deduction gluts for Cub Pack 352
Others K R. Hamilton and Trainor said if sand were not The following committees were Savings: Bends.
were I the line for S yards then Schoma sacrifice, their own personal
Richard B. Sanders, civil enitl. available then rock would have to I I powered his way for a first dotvi comfort so that they might aid appointed: Membership :Mist Marie To Meet TonightCub
Wm K be used. The revel mint, ho laid, Matthews Here I Cane :MM Frank Pack 3'21'111' meet
lifers Thompson Jr? to the Camden 11 yard line whirl ,I thnse In need The shelter areas chairman Art Assn. To Set on
chief of the Mill! section, and Ben would be 14 feet above mean low set the stage for Nobles to round were a necessity for many and Macldrcn, Mrs George LnweTelephinc : Thursday, 'teptembor 24 In the
H Cunningham chief of the faun- tide with a 110 2 front slope\ and a end IT the 11-yard touchclow (Continued from Page One) could I not have been successfully f I MM. Ja k Armstrong; Final Plans For Recreation," Center Auditorium at
dqI.and\ \\ materials branch 1 to Vi' back slope. The revetment run Alvarez kicked the extra operated without some type of or. Civic Mrs. Sam Merrow, Sr? First Art ShowThere t.>>
would have a 41 ft base and would said that they! recommended a chairman, Mn Morris Ground,
Trainer said If the sand was point and Fernandina led 1.0. ganlzatlon Since schools were
available! ) and this method was be 10 lest across the top. On the ensuing kickoff Schema granite rock revetment at leas I used for shelter areas who should Mrs. Mike Plkuls wilt be a meeting for VII r f
chosen the work could Mart within The revetment( would require one. I kicked off to Brenner on the Camden 2'4 miles long on the unprotected be more qualified to organize them I It was moved and carried that members of the Fernandlni Beach \\Pol1Qu
the week and completion achieved I fourth million tons of rock. Train-I 21 and Brenner returned 10 beach here, He added that t IhltI I thin the p-indpuls and assistant I all roads and lanes In the cemetery Art Cent or Awoclotiou. ad persons -, 'I'iq ;
wllbJn BO/ days. He said that one I or sold. and another 48.000 tons at the Camden 38 where h.1''' I amount requested for this work principals) Whether the actions I be named alter flowers or interested. In enrolling la art
and one.half million yards of land I American Beach stopped by Mike Pikula Joe was In excess of tl million could hate been called those of anew (lowering trees Markers with! Instructions. Thundav Sept. 24.
would be necessary at the city The restoration, whether sand or I Williams could not go for Barr;; Van Dame said that he would superintendent or a pollti- names to be put on each road so at I W Po m. The mevuns la tu. beheld \\lill : ;
beach and 250000 at American rock will run from I point on Rice and Joe Stores then Eddie< recommend that the neccua clan, they were also those of a I the general public can locate in the Art Center ut :JO! So,
Beach, a Negro resort on the lower I North Beach 1).000 lineal feet to a Sasse failed to gain because or fund be allocated for this work; selfless and Interested Individual I graves cosier 'TSI.

E8OfCoaat t of Amelia Island, which I point approximately 600 feet North Jerry Beard. Williams tried 10 I and that the disbursement be ex. There should be prompt rewg.nilion City Manager, David Gatchel. Final plan foe the' opmiJutt Art SunsetHOUSE
also,) suffered extensive damage. of the Seaside Inn At American make yardage but was met by; pedlted. given to Mr Blankciibhlp. and Jim Beard will meet with\ the Show which has been !aluted for

TraInor said the replaced land Beach the work will cover 3,000 I Beryl and Barry Rice and Jacl Following the meeting Matthew Sincerely, association at the next meetD: ,. October 4 will !IM coaip> t would be 10 feet above mean low lineal feet Barnlak after picking up 2 yards Ramee Young Harman and van Mary W, Reynolds Oct 21, to work out plans that I : ami noe-awinbvr wslw
tide on the ocean aide and 12 feet The U. 3. Engineers are continuIng I Brenner punted to Alvarez on thi I Dame were accompanied by a ft *r ft would be beneficial to all parties Lug to enter \paintings in the show
fltet Oil the land' aide' with a one their study of the work to be I Pirate 21 and Alvarez returned tithe number of local officials and ell Editor: I concerned and not conflict with an urged t. attend
to. twenty front slope and 1 to 8\ done' and work Is expected to begin .I Camden 48 beforeBrcnne lens on a tour of the beach another rernandlna Beach News-Lender. each other. P PAIflT
Also the Mend will beth buck slope In the near future stopped him affected areas In the count; Your story of Hurricane Dora I The wants to work with the on
city ,julLnittg of the art elate sched.
!- -- Matthews, who spent Thursday left out one very FORTUNATEdetail
Beryl Rice raced for 13 yard: association on a Perpetual Cue"plae ute. Anyone laternteti la eoivU.i .
and first down on the Camdei and Friday night here, also I !
35 where I James Lane made thi visited the beaches In Flagler and The fact that our county school Interested In this orjanizatlon lag i in a class may do so foliuw. at a popular price

: atop Schema picked up 3 ai. St. Johns Counties which are alain I superintendent! Dean Blanken- Everyone Leg the meeting
REPORT TO: OURCUSTOMERS Is urged to become a The Art Center will effer classes
Chuck Hendrix made the tackli : Congressional chip, did have concern enough: I II
and Nobles made a first down on Before leaving Matthews assure' I for our schools and people to I member and help make Bosque I for[ adults teenagm. and Idrell. EASY APPLICATION

the Camden 24 with McCollougl that he would do all possible to aid "VOLUNTEER" the services of I Bcllo one of the mcst beautiful: both In beginning or advanced FUME.PROOF PROTECTION
rocking the stop Sehomas added In rehabilitation of this plural. our PUBLIC school principalsand \ historical cemeteries In the South. drawing sketching and painting .QOOO DURABILITY

114\ the Camden 19, Nobles made damaged areaCommunity. assistant principals. Immediately following the business -REAL
one and Sehomas rammed to the "/ 's j I Volunteer, Mr Chllds, Is ex.nctly I II meeting final preparations ECONOMY'$3s9 8
.. Camden 18 where Nobles tossed t 10 Chest .'I : what they did I'm sure, Boy Scout TroopTo f''or tbe opening of the Center area UPchoice
Pikula Incomplete as Camden toot not by force, and bless their)I Ii : be made. Any member! wishing ,

: INSURANCE over on their own 18 Fernandlni l:1:i hearts, many of our wonderful r, Reorganize lit lend a helping: hand Is asked to
drew a yard penalty to put the (Continued from Page! One) teachers also voluntetred their Monday Night remain Your efforts will be ,
:i We now have approximately 90'?' of all our hurricane boll on the Camden 21. Williams I services In this time of need. neatly appreciated :

':; claims adjusted... Another week and we hope "Dora" ran for 7 before Jim Young stop.ncd .. I ttvltv to ilOr.e: realization of :III: I II My family, among many families .I Boy Scout Troop 89!I will meets I Iat ....
with th
: will be completed. him, then : Camden tumble $18000 Your help, ( of this. county sought ref. Monday night at the scout hut Ferreira To Attend of
I was recovered y Alan Cover on I hrlp of your neighbors and fricildi! nice In one of our hurricane centers 7:JO clock for the reorganisation I
: I the Camden 28, but another 5-yard ran RO a long way toward' r /I".I"ITh. .: and our sincere appreciation and beginning of fall ac. Bank Convention and white and S Popular Colors

; .. CONSTRUCTION I penally put the ball on the Camden log this goal goes/ out to all those who .ivitles as announced by Ralph I Visit World's Fair Five Points; Grocery
118 Oft 0.
funds, ,
still necessary
; 33 with the of their time and services Wood, scoutmaster
:; We have several homes underway but so many pt'().. CommunllChestUnlted eave
for the- Nassau county
possession of the ball : I at these. centers All members of Troop 89 ore I Mr and !Mrs L. A. Ferreira and & Hardware
pie need repairs that this end of the business has had( Fund are used h I
; thrown for a 4. .
Williams was Mr Chllds letter of criticism irired to be present and a xpeelil Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ferreira will Denier In PUthburg Glass
:: to take a "raincheck" for another week or so. loss by Beryl Rice, then re. support of the following eight lacy 1
York where
,I yard to the News-Leader of Mr. Plan- Invitation Is I extended to all i itoys cave Friday for New;
Girl Scouts of America and Paint
I gained the 4 yards before he ran organizations: and 13 of will attend the 40th annual
kenship for this particular | 11, 12 years aftI'who hey
;wMORTGAGE\ LOAN MONEY Into Beryl again Marvin Parroll Chlldrens. Boy Home Scouts Society of Americas America, lent, seems to me In very InCI-1 are not scouts. but would likeo I convention: of :National: Bank Audi-
picked up a yard as Pikula made Travrlers taste and even a bit immoral.By join the fun of scouting ors and Controllers at the Amilcana 1m'
: We he new sources of Mortgage Money available for the stop and Brenner punted out. I Red Cross Aid USD.Salvation and Army.YMCA- this criticism, he also criti-1 i Hotel 0"" "GEI ;n WHIIr!

:! either new homes! to be built or for existing homes of bounds on the Fernandlna Price mowed 31. One drive rather than eight has deed the Integrity of the ma. | escnt IhldShenedl They plan to br In ;New York ".... ,II '!aU.CN ru 11 I All
If real estate Sehomas Nobles and }unity: of people In Nassau Cminty iboul 10 days visiting the World I
:| you have a money problem, involving for 2 first downs to the many advantages the need I 18 }\ ( )

try| us, Camden the ball 38 where the Hurricanes real and the cause Is worthwhile I I ? _and. I,__an a. citizen -deeply. '' __ Mrs. ._,Wade .I!._Sparkman. Fair. before-- ----their_.return.--. -------.... --- to,4
took possession of the ball After When a drive volunteer contact II t..
REAL ESTATE'Could i I 3 plays Jack Barnlak fell on aCamlin I you, give and give generously( In I
the Fernan. I support of the Nassau count!
you use one of these?!' I III. ; fumble on 10 I Community ChestUnitedH.
48. Beryl Rice picked up
:3 I wren near Chester with lots of trees $1.500. I and jimi a first/ down on the Camden which benefits you and your neigh. w

b. 2 bedroom home, shady lot Forest hills $'!mo! down.c. I 18, Scnomas ran for 3, then Beryl x>r, IR eI

New home South 14th Street, $375 down, $5500 an for another first down to the Tho CC-UF drive Is echeduleto '
month Camden 22, but on the final play I I last for four weeks from Sep
d. :3 bedroom home, no traffic, lots of trees, $75.00 a pass from Nobles to Pikula ember 29 through October 27tt..
In our conny
first half Although many people
month MS no good and the .
have been contacted to pant
e. Small house near downtown.... $50.00 down, $50.00 nded Schemes kicked off to open the Ipate In the drive, if you wish tiielp

month.f. econd half of play and Sasser call either Bob Cenek at 26&. I
2 VA repossessed! houses for $10000 down and milams and Wayne Bruce work. 531 or 261-5934 or Mrs. Jona I i' ,

$60.00 mcnthlj, :3 bedrooms and carport J 'd the ball to the Fernandina 37, nun Hill At 261-4388 or 261.3431.
g. 2 bedroom home just off Atlantic Ave, less than irking up one first down. Brenner four assistance will be appre

$;)00.00 down. Excellent neighborhood, South 15th punted to Nobles on the Fer. lated
Inc, and Ccntaine
Pirate defense
Street. n nndina 10 as the .
drive. :Corporation! of America ore sharng
hl'ld the Camden
STAR OF THE WEEK Rice Sehomas. Nobles and Price In the cent of the Klckofireakfast
loved the boll to the Fernandina and their help Is appre.

Our new Colonial 1 four bedroom home being completedin 44 yard line, but Schema punted lated
the Caradca ]10.< SUPPORT YOUR N ASS A IOUTY
Pirates Cove. This Kingxberry halt 3 baths built on fourth down to
in kitchen equipment, separate dining room family I ,, flue yard I penalty: caused:, Scho-: I : tOMMUMTY CHrST:
this time I I UNITED FU m. One Gift Works
t again I
rcom and 1 double car garage and'central heat to all las to pout
the bill rolled dead on the Cam-: Sony Wonders
rooms __ ___
den 30Camrkn. t
I picked up some steam I" On the! lieu t piny In the fourth,
Iwre with' McCollmiKh Sas ami. 'rle-e rim fete' H. for anofier firs
A i f Tim Baikcom taming the ball to own on }UK- Cr.mdcn 48, but thetnereaaea

KIN.SBER HOME* 1 the Foinandlna: 37, but lIIIa.ID..lbe ) doUiui* stepped; till 1 9 6 4
i 'irate' defetwo rue up lo make i 'hale elite: at this point arid "OFFICIAl:
ircnncr punt out_of.buunda on the'ernumllna : 1 norms punted over the goal I Tb'MulMRtomTor'

I '' 23: hehomas picked up I I. ine and .theHurricanes: put ihs .t\\ ,.. ..
PAUL C. frlTRNS \ Ucfcre'Priec: I node It I I a first I ball In p'1Y inn" she. Camden 20. FORD .
con' on the Jirmmliim 37, Nob- After on exchange of pulls
319 South 8th Street Phone .26J.l60: i leI added 7 as the third period I' Irenner recovered a Pirate fumle The
cndl'I. on the Fernandlna 12 yard CLE RANCE" 1 e
r" line ior a golden scoring chance.
I Yllllams picked up 3, Sa ser add.d :I

4' !before Alvarez made the ON. ALL New'65'sGef '
: I :lop) Williams; rammed f frr 3 with I
SPECIAL | Heal 5 Roo.. I ; ieryl Rice making the tackle be. "

rorefc'ulluugh: fumbled and Bar.y
I I Rue recovered on the Plratei

Beautiful Thermolaire .I ball 13 Fcrnandina yard and line SehonrwH! could punted net t move to the the These Great Buys While/' Thy Last!

amdcti 28 alone the Hurricanes
I ignn tcixlng the bull 1 during the .."

KC-40 Gas Heater i nil second of the t fame, bill

I I rould the game not make ended any with heiduay Hrciuiedimtlng and See, The All New 65's

tit Nobles, .
WITH I Coach. Bennir summed up hi'clings <
\' about the game with hisfenic
I I .- being way ahead of hiicnie Friday Sept. 25
"COOL TOUCH"CABINET : Beraier said missniu shout ,
I a week if practice, hurt his offrn :I
I live which never seemed to m
I IJollIl\ { dining tins battle. "Official Showing"YES

I Mike, Rice Beryl Rice, Bur| ;
; INSTALLED Rlrl' aid, Joe Stores were' probably '

''k % i' WITH GAS lIaml'the fcr top the defensive Pirates stars with of Mlkfl lh< : FOLKS THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE IEEN WAITING FOR. THE65''s

Ikula and Jack Birniak fiharln..

JUST Ih\Other' hard players work with, sharing the four In Ih I ARt COMING SOON: AND YOU CAN SAVE MONEY: NOW' IF YOU

fensl\e work \\ere Jerry Beard}

$7500 JIm Cover.Ivarri Young, Carl Stevr Anderson Seville and, Benny Alas.) Hurry Down-- These Won't- Last Long! I

Pro Wee Nrbli, Richard Scho-
; mas. Randy Price and Be-r\l 1 HII"did
o. the mol 1 nlfrn_lve work, ,

.-. Phone 261.5146 have their work rut out for them
: whl'n the P. K. Venue Blue Wave
movel Into town ire a KeystoM
inference battle It sou4d be awtt,1C
: Good Housekeeping Gas Co. > of a battle and a pregame r SOUTH EIGHTH STREET
trade featuring the Fighting PI.rate Since 19-10-

Band sheuM aM t.. the In-,r ., PHONE 2613819ie
}J. I Yul.., Florida L. P. Gas The Perfect Fuel cenllv. for fans to turn out Inlarge _

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I .J.l'llIl'r, runnmlma flenchF1ttl'iiTa-Thut'st1a': (' Srplcnilci 21 I, 1961! I raga Three
NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of County Commls.lluners I I PHA I
of Nassau County Florida will meet it 10 00 o'clock AM, on Film CompleteKids Cooperating
October 5111,. 1964, at the County Courthouse. FernandUn Beach, Florida, I In Housing Problems
for the purpose of hearing requests and complaints from the public re. _
Carding: the proposed budget lor the llscal year ending September 30th, Day Plans Ccuscd By Dora
)Jb5, and ror considering and adopting said budget which 1s as follows:
mi : i .11'1111 I ) I Runes executive director
ESTIMATED EXPENSES, NASSAU COINTY BY TO" I\' IIMlklvmninni I. .'I> liaising Authirltv of the

GENERAL FUND Sins id .a I I In "mill( .1't ti-rnjmllna Beach anni .
---- lhe1kLk1iTI led "'Do* rtliiuillr I.nIIIn.1I1\' mud' IhlsI el'k that the Public
Salaries, County Commissioners . 1200000 .
" nljht.'hleh wns pruvulul tty 'ilu II Administration Is
( "in\"in cooper
Salary, Clerk Board of County Commissioners . 1,40000Clerteal
1 Help . . 140000fcalary Ralston Purina Co Ihr kh IH] r it inn in the disaster caused by
Urvl'r"; of Registration: :::::::::::::::: 420000: : effort of Klwanian Al t:/ison, 11 irricinp Iirn,

Salary Deputy Supervisor of Regulation . . $300.00Salary I -J''I Tom Digby presented iiu pro<
Attorney Board of County Commissioner 1,400.00 !tram bi'IMI, Jun by waiving ellRjbilty.n
Clerk Circuit Court, Recording It Adm, Work 100.00 4 The film gave rxampli of him : riuulrinunls !ur admissun: to. h.'t'1I1 .- "
Commission Paid to Tax Assessor . . . . 17600.00 proper training ur ill'gs (',in ni.ike l' puhlc housing on. a temporaiv .
Commission Paid to Tax Collector . . . 17,800,00Coioner of them crmpiiliblo/ nuniliiri' ul l lIhelr basin
'* tees on Inquests . . . . 300.00 owners firmlies ind nc Hitlieil public housing U In-
Courthouse Operation and Maintenance . . 11500.00 ('('pt bl(' nelejiboii" lo ilu nl'lIl'b / \ )
cliulid (Ihiv declaration
/ 111'
Maintenance and Operation other Adm Bldgs 1.000 00 residents ;

Elections and Registrations . , 400000 DISTRICT GOV'fcKNOIl ('II.\KI.LS II. THOMPSON paid It also llliiHtrituI the Mincer, n /
Legal Advertising and Legal Expenses . 800.00 an official ti-it List Meek to the local Lions Hub and District Court of
mid tin huh
,Advertising Delinquent Taxes , . . 400.00 Rood trained dig ( nut
Expense, Tax Delinquent Lands . . . . . 25000 addressed the member-! Sealed In President Carson used lo train Hum, uiMlusl/Inu' Honor Slated For
Hospltaliiatlon Insurance Prem for Employees . 400000 McKendree. the positive nnd perilktml/ dclpllnc .. dims ii \1.1.i (.KtTUItN! II.\U.

Administration Supplies and Expense County (;omm. 4,000,00Insuiance neeessarv to sucei.',, September 29
Premiums . . . . . 3,130.00 Dick James was a \lsilnit Ki MIisIs: ( IIMs VM U CKhTUIKN: : H .\LL. diiie.hlerx!
Olllce Supplies County Offices . . . 1000 00 Advance Gifts Indicate Successful \\'anlalCrom JiukxonUlli lUnl\ I II of Mr. V I K. I II l.t ill. I 17H 1 .Mlantleenue.. lernmdtni !?HS.III District Boy Scout Court
Salary Juvenile Judge . . . . . 900.00 I Rice and Jerry Bl"U'dl1'n' kt\: lleuh.: Horidi. hue: been selected Its> Student AdtNoM! if II ;mir will be held on Tuesday),
Juvenile Counselor, Salary and Travel Expense 1800.00 Club guests at the mi cling' one of the highest' honors! student nm receive at (:lIlf !Stptinilxr 21 in, the Junior Highs
I Clerical Help Juvenile Judge . . . . . 30000 Chest United Fund Drive Bill Webb presldi and /iinni IIIH'. <'IK il Audilm'ium at 7:30: p,m.
I Salary County Judge .. . . . . .. .... 160000 Community Park Collide. I I.unlt) He-ueh$ Mississippi.! totaled on I the
Annual !1111'1'111111 of IK!
Tubercular Hospital . . . . . . 150000 ed that the beitullful and( hi..lurlc1i4"I4l1lllpl.. : (;lIlf! (oust Gulf; I'.irk. W. Robe .
Insanity Inquiries . .. . . . ... . 850.00 BY LETA CENEK Fishier, A. B Maxwell Co.. Land club, for the clulion of < fliii-\ I Iol'ld n 1(0 I)9 ('ar mllijrifor \ounu(; women offers the students Janus M, Hi\ls, Wesley
Relief Allowances . . . . . . 10,000.00I I Advance guts co.ch.urmen, Keprcscnlatlve and WHIUims, R E. Phtnncy, B. I \\ be held on Oetiuir, 3, I the olipurl unity to purtieipile in jear-round( water sports 'Tin, Jr., Allen Kirk Mrs V. C.Amiisnn .
I'Salary, County Physician . . . . . . 120000 Claude Wlngalc and L. Rauschert, D. A. TheobaldRavuilir | Klwanlans wire also rl'lIIltllh-111 and<1 1. D. Joyce.
Hospital Service for tho Indigent . . 9,500.00 I Louis Fcirclra have cenluetid Inc, Sahlinan Seafood i that the annual 1 Kids II :Piv would: : riding, art music', sonirilies! and education tours! in llillliird !shiluri M G. Revell
( Salary, County Service Oflleer . . . . 90000 businessmen if Standard Hardware, Southern Bell ,!''be held at the I Mrnimlmii I ( ; Huieli:: : addition to excellent academic program. Ctilf; 1'i-k JK' Mills, Miss Helm Alexander,
of the our'county
, Civil Defense .. . .. . . 38.800,00'Salary I many Elementary School on lrldi\'. has students! from thlrt-thric htiites and foreign/ coun MMdi Kivell, Miss Llllliiil
i ;;t' :::::::::::::::: : : In the opening phiife of our Telephone Co, Suburban PropaneGas
County Agricultural Agent l 5 100 00 September 2:>th, Klmiini. lit I II I ;1(1I ( I tries. Mkkilscn, SIt's. Susie Thomas;
, Salary, Home eml.nstratlcn Agent . . . . 4.233,DO CC.UF drive Their success his: Tel'nil mil Paper Bag Co.. I a m, and continuing until :>IIHI) p m :Mis ou<'n T Davis and Miss
Clerical; Assistance County and Home Demo Agt, 2,700.00 i been reassuring but the* tupnultl'y ttinn Dixie, Inc, Waas Drug Features ol' tlu i\ixt 1\111 ittelittit'Beat ; MM I rtll' Mikkelsen
Donations to County Fairs . . . . . 400000 $18000 Mill not be obi.line'(dltli. Stole and '\OUIIRS Inc __
Scholarships and Travel Exp 4.H Club Boys . 330,00 out the gcncruus suppirt) el I the Claude' WliiKate reports that ad. Dicoralid llk\ik CuilislI I. Red Cross Provides Assistance For
I Yard)1Ih\ I'll.ilo Km
Rent, Telephone, Lights, fuel' Janitor and Supplies 100000 people of Nassau county litlnnal adv m'e Rifts( arc expi Fifty
Scholarship and Travel 4.H Club; Girls 330.00 I and will conclude with I Ihl' sinlnx
Exp. At press time over $41)10): ( lias 'did lo be rculvcd prlir lo theClt
Telephone, Office Supplies, Etc Home Demo. Work 71000( 'born pledged: !II> the 1 MM(; ('CUt'drive (, drive kickoff next Tues of lie cream nnd leliiKlinienN' : Nassau County Victims of Hurricane SEETHE

Farm Forestry Program . . . . . (WOO! Those who hive pkdI'd lo (lav. I I the tlinidilaiv Sthiol: 1 tlnlilnn: : I -
Nassau Soil Conservation . . . . 30000 ; Cummitlee thilrnnn) ; 1 1111 :"; I :
Fire Control . . . . 11,453.13 dale arc: L. L Bulunmn IIIMII- Tin- advance lllfls rimmllteelias DiKby, Best Dmuilul HUM I'h.1 \Milli, tI"" lhh'r 5 itt tins In NIIHHIII \h tIter I'M'stun, iliuitiir N ISOUIl ALL NEW
once Agency Paul C. Din us Insurance rmliavoml lo tonlaet( a board Countv nu Iinni lit voik re I (County Civil ",'CI'n,,', list tin,
Life Saving and Water Program Safety . 2.500,00 | Potato Rice' '. HiMIII' It tttt'lit'riPrice \ .
ind Real I:Mate' AMMIN'. 'nl dour eiinmunitv, However I slu..Hers 1 din'Ing Ilu' Inn.
Payment to Nassau Co. Rcercallon Commission . IJODOflo M (!.me Hud cnveiiiiu, I 11'11111 tin ti tet'is of llur provldcil I
Publicity . .. .. . . . . . .5000.00 Coca Cola Botllinq Co.. ('unitiuterCorporation If >ou (have not bun asked J 1.1'I\I'n'l rliiini 1 D,,11'11. ,\iniiliin Nnllonnl rluini, and cxlinil: I Is"tlulr lliniK I '65 FORD :
Hyacinth Control . . . . . . 1.200( .00 of Ameriui, Mr, ,I.JinDully In nlribiile, ( you will be, as It\ freslinienl (oiiiitntli Kill 1 (lens disislii' xuliillsls: ( I mid I lo :lliiiKo;::; who( gave V4illini.lv II if,
Payment to Municipal Fire Departments . . 4,000,00 i frcinuncHnu 'I'dl'l'lIl SwIngs sill lake the united( cffiuls or ullresidents land I Tom Brou n,__ loci' ) t'ttitbitt'i'" Ml iiiliiis me (makIng tlulr Him to assist al tacIt as ,
Furniture, Fixture and 011 ice Equipment . . 100000 and Loan, Hindu Niiliuul to Mippirt tin right local hit ,,11"11111111'us <'I Hi itt (to IllllllUShirnamllmi: I ? :
Equipment for County Agricultural Dept . . 35000 Bank at FcrnNndlnu Beaeli Mil. l partielpiting( auneUs In our CC.It Kiwanis Key Club pnivldi iiiil In I Iliusi In IWI'd. I llcaeh Jr. Ilinh FRIDAy
I I County Building at Yulce and Hilllard . .. . 3000000 Ida Public UIIIHics Co '\ \E dilve
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 258.078.13 Hall( luc, Hanlre lius". II \S Ono Gift Works Many WondersWoman's To Aid Nassau's Sonu 41 I CIIII.III'' hive iippliul') I School!: toadi Wavm IIl'1II11'r.1(
fir Kiel CIOSH ,,1.111111'1' (in an Albert II. Ilinnph K,>hi'rt H. SEPT.25 :
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE I 1965 CC.UF Drive I Imlivldu Insis, It tIlt inanv it olh) I BOH, lA'wls I illi'iH I Hum Mny

CARRIED FORWARD .. .. .... .. .. ... 2800000 era re I Induingduring 1.lbhy, Holnrl 1'IIIH'nlcm, Ixe Par. H.lslUt(; FOR :
--- I Colonel Ramee Club To Community ('hl'KIUnlt.1I I unit 'I'I:1'1':I: ; ; : ; ;: I );, I rlt.li, Lucille JOIUH. Mrs JimHeard I i'HI: .

I TOTAL BUDGET .. ..... .. ..... .. .. .. .. .... . .. .. .., 304,641.51 I drive ihalimiin: : lioh Cimk'Club:it; '[mils;:;: I II \V N. iiliililn; \list: Kid Ciims Mrs Joiiulhin\ Hill, !>kll'J>I'r
that I the Kiwanis Key IIIH Hill. Mr Neil CUCI'II'I'la Stall!, 3 Kiddie Mustangs :
TeachersA disuNlcr 'luiiriinn, iiniininiid tlinlas
Tells of Plans Honor ( I
ESTIMATED EXPENSES. NASSAU COUNTY I volunteered its SI''Vil-l'S' to I ho of Tin'M! iv of this wick, the Ihnnls Uinuli, Bob Cinik; and TO UK GiVENI"LIIN.tNiINA ; :
Nassau County Community
FINE AND FORFEITURE FeND I l'hlst'l Red ('loss has cxpiiulid 0\ er $4. Ncncll Hayes.
reception honoring t the' tuulicrs United Fund driveKey I I : ) HEACIIKh.MDKNTS :
Beach '
On Erosion 01))") In UHsl.sliinii \ulc !Shelter 111111 IIM iikCh.nlis ,
! Salary, Judge of Small Claim Court . ... . 1,800,00 uf this city with special( re- i elubbirs tarrjlnu iimpiltn: I 1I Kilelium Mis Mabel. :
Salary, Clerk of Small Claim Court ... . .. . 900,00 coKiiitii and Introduction of the posters' and st'ttit'tt. lupi; ', will visit, I Ciiilpliln hliilid this aid covers ;
Salary, Prosecuting Attorney .. .. . . . . 380.00 I Colonel Paul W, Rimep, Savin teachers, principals, and local merchants this S itunl\ iv', foul chit tutu tutu muinUniiue, Kill'hum, Philip| Mivbinv, 10thSlit'ittgcr Plus! :
State and Assistants . . . 28902 new I II ol. '.imipiiil, tunics Mrs. Jmsli S. I.IlIaI'h'r.i
Salary Attorney : nnh District Fngmcir fur the U. ill be held Mike Pikula, Jr. pimldnit, nnd rcpuir ) Many Other !Prizes :
Salary, Sheriff . . . . . . . . 10500.00 S. Army Curps of 1-nulnteii, UII.I Superintendent I members :of: tin dub: \ :plan; lo:: plj<'o fin'inline and illiir lioiisi'hold ni. I I, mini Me'Kin I Hi'stir. 1 Di, U. t.
Salary Deputy Sheriff* and Assistants . . . 81,340 00 I flounced today Ihut the first cmorgeney en Sunday, September 27 from these posters In ninunii/ Imatlons I II ccwiiliis" mi'die'al mid, ttttrslttgcart' W.'.>llIol'y, Mm Jilinsmi, 1 Dive lluinms ( ,. NationwideLASSERRE. :
Salaries, Assistant and Clerks of County Judge( 9.348.00 thr.thll.ty until five clock, by nnil nKiipiilliiniil' supplies' and Mr anil Mis lttttto'rtSittoer.
beach erosion ,,
Salary Public Defender . .. . . . . 1 1200.00 repair ecu- the1 Jernandina Beach Wununs In the storm and ii itt's oflernandlna I !I I I ;
I Clerk Circuit Court Cost Bills Criminal Cases J.500,00 tract for repairing damage! al ing Club The reception Is lo be held I Hindi 1111I1! iiiipniint| ,,
Justice of Peace, Cost Bill Criminal Case . 18,000,00 I the Georgia and Florida aches In the club building on Jean Li When the Key Clulibirs\ visit vui Ciiilplnn) tt'tit'tI,! tliat nil fanilllis V, S, Post. Olflte W II. Illl!
Constable Cost Bills Criminal Cisc . . 11)00000) I Iin Savannah Dhlilct is a result title Blvd.ilusiesses. this Saturday, (give! t them a Innil; I uli-hlng I In I1>lIkl' al"III'ulioll, wltli Mi'in n. I MOTOR CO. :
County Prosecuting Attorney, Conviction Fees . 300000 or the havoc wrought by lluirl I by suggesting a piomlmnl spit In I tin Jkd C'MI so hluulil In MI t by I talldhm Slu'Hi'r: I liuvlil, K Jllim., tlil.:11'12
Witnesses and Juror Fees, Criminal Case . 1.20000 cane Dora was a\vardiit to Sea. for the afternoon IIII your tore for a 1 IM :> NUSHIII\ mini "rid iv, hcplitnliirMis ( 25. mm Millage B M.nidi,K, Sirs III I S. Xlh St. I'h. : ; :$ ,
Other Court Cost and Fee, Criminal Cases ..., 3,200.00 board Conslruelli; Co of Bruin I I be the member of (Hit Fducallonal ty Community l'h'st.JIIII'dIld\ \ \, : JlllliltlUtll Illl, Imiil lte
Expense Other Than Salaries. County Judge . 3.12000 wick Ga.Work I, Committee with Mrs James Stevens I lumpaikii poslci Cum eliiilir| ('h II 11'11I,11I. und, ('(II, ', Mrs llmnuis Bianiun, ,
Repair to County Jail . . . . . 1,000,00Inquests to be accomplished( umlcr .
Physicians Fees . .. . ., .... .. ... 40000CUM this $30,000 Chairman assisted by Mrsiiliiim -- -
of County Prisniios>....... ,*.,.*.K...,,....A...-100.00 .. of sheet Contract, !pllint I Coven: foriifnpur.!!) platement 'I \\ !JtusM.ll Mis Mdble Mil. :
Eipcnse Other Than Salaries Sheriff 01 lite . 60.280 60 ', tin, Mis F L. Cook, Mrs JohnB. !
Investigation, Sheriff .. .. . . . . . 1,BOO,00 ary prbtcctlen to the North Deaih. Ckland Mrs. E. P. Davis Sr.,
Other Supplies and Expense . . .,.. ,/. . 90000 House and Snack Bar on Jekyll Mrs, Kathleen Gentry, Mrs Glen
Sheriff Equipment .. . ., .. .. .... .. .. "044.00 Island This Is the first portion of I Huhn. and Mrs A. L Set her,
Equipment, County Judge .. ,. . . .. . ...,. 600.00 I remedial work at Jekyll Island THANKSTO
I Transfer to Road and Bridge Fund ...... .. .. 30,000.00 approved by the Olfice of Emergency The public Is cordially Invited
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . .. . .. 346,481.82 Planning to attend I
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: County Judge 1200.00 Colonel Ramee said that his of I
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: County ... 4,808.78 ''flce has forwarded OFP recommendatlons for more than a week Additional
I RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: Sheriff .. .. .. 1001.00 and tentative ci.st es. work forces are busily( drawing up
CARRIED FORWARD . . . ,., .. .. 2,000.00 tlmates for extensive beach erosIon .. I plans and specifications for other THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS FOR MAKING
work to prevent further encrcachmcnt remedial work and developing
of the sea ut GeorsU plans for new sea walls to bo
( . . . .. I
TOTAL BUDGET .. .. ... .. 270,541.70ESTIMATED I and Florida benches placid In areas where they have' .

EXPENSES. NASSAU COUNTY Survey teams from the Sa\an nut picilouhlv existed All work OUR ANNUAL ":-

ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND nah District Ollice hose been In : to be accomplished by the tngi-
the field since Sunday, Sept 13, nurs must first be approved by
( Supervisory Salaries (Rd Supt. and Guards) .. .. 1647000( assessing hurricane (Ium iues to I the Ofliee of Emergency Planning .

I Free Labor . .. .. . . . .. . .. 9973000 the Georgia/ and Florida beaches .
1 Buildings Operation and Maintenance . ... . 3,800.00I -- -- -- .- -- -----
I I Equipment. maintenance . .. . .. .. 1400000Gasoline KIWANIS FISH FRY AND AUCTIONA
Other supplies :: : :::::::: ;: : 1 000:00: FINE AND FORFEITURE: FUND:
Care of convicts : : : :; : :. : : :; ; ;: ::: : :: 10.10000
Bridge, Culverts and other materials . 9.000.00 TAXES 1 Mills on assessed valuation of I
Road Roads and Bridge built by contract . .. . 15,000.00 $M,4211,OJ4!! ,00 . . . . . . 44810 I
Tax Redemptions . . . . . 2H'( 00 COMPLETE
Purchase of right.of.way . . . . . . 200 00 "
Expense of procuring right.of.nay . . 20000 tine: and l-urleilares: . . . littooHI:) ) ( (
Premium on workman compensation Insurance 3.500,00 ic.es From Small Claims: Court . . . . . 7IMIOU( ) ( I
Premium Insurance on road equipment .. . ". 1500.00 frees From ShuntS . . . . . . 24IXHK) )
Engineering on . . . . . .. . .. .' 700 00 Receipts From Lounly; Judge . . . . . b,100 00
Purchase or road equipment . . . .". . 1100000 State Racing I-unds . . . . . o I I CLUBOF
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 20220000 TOTAL ES11MA1LD: RECHl'lS; . . . . 211.1.728,10(
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: . 1863500 LESS: 5'/ . . . . . 10.lllfi,40Uj .
BALANCE TO BE Ot FbTIMATHJ: ': . . I 1)154170)
CARRIED FORWARD ., . . . ." 33000.00 I BALANCES 10 lit BHOldlir (IJ: LASH 85,000(0)TOTAL : (

TOTAL BUDGET .. .. .. .. . . . .. . . :zi5,835OO: ESTIMATED HrtLIITS: \NI) \IANCFS; : . 27 ,:j4l70Mllldge .


Interest on Courthouse and Jail Revenue Ctfs . 82300 Gdsollnc Tax 211' ; ot 'III toil 2liWM)00Gasoline )
Fee of Paying Agent . . . . . . .. 24.20 and Motor Foci Tux Liiunty; Surplus :JbOWIlO) ( '
Payment of Principal on Courthouse and Jail Motor haul Tax 21)( ', ol 7th Cent . IHNl( DO Below Arc The Merchants Who Donated To The Fish Fry and Auction
Revenue tcrtilicalcs . . . . 2200000 Auto Transport,UK,n lu000 TOTAL APPROPIU . . . . . 22,84'J 20 State Racing\" . . 104,000 00
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE TOTAL EbllMMLD: KFCLIP1S: . . Ibl.KWOi! : ) ______ ___ ._ .u.. -- .- -
CARRIED FORWARD . . . . . . _.22,21)9! .10_ i LESS 5', . . 5,403010\ -
9,>',, Ot JSTIMATHl; : KFtFIPTS 1110,8.1300) ( )
::.::.:.:.:.: SLMIII/S; UES'I'ImA: I Isl KKKUOODS) )() DUK.SI1IIK ;
: tine and Juieituro . IDOIiOiX) ) IDOl() ) I 1"\ lit

TOTAL BUDGET . . . . . . . INN M.\' : I"I KM'I'IKKJ.
.:.:.:: =- TOTAL ESTIMATE: UrCtlPIS; AND: BALANCES 2j58J3UO: \\ .\.\ )DIM (,:SLASSUtltU ,.\SIDK;
( Millage Levied' Last Scar (U Estmiuled This \'ar 0)) '
I UOND INILUKST: AND !SINKING: > LNI: :31'OIMS; (.11: .t' SIM|; ( In( i: I.VM:: & >MI.II\MS I SXNDUMt0l
Law Library Supplies and Books TOTAL APPROI'HIATIONS . . . . . !1MXIIK TAXES .32 Mills on assessed valuation of : J'M UES.\l'It.\NT: |1I1'I\U.\I"nUs) ;( I ; XI.IY) : "IMHtlsISj.ii. ()
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE: TO BE I $b4.428: .O-W, 01)) . . . . ioniW
I CARRIED FORWARD . . . . . . . 5000 Tax Hedcmplicns . . . . . . .'IXIOO' FWItIU.S.'I'ION.I.. ItVNK: I...':UNANIIIN.NtWS.U) : ,\lJlm MM;
Interest on Investment' . :JIKMK( )
'TOTAL BUDGET . . . . . . . . . 110,00: TOTAL EsTI\HltD: HLCfclPJb . '. . '. . 21116HI! (.. \\'.s' (,UO('UOf.l'l.l' JOHN 'I'. IthlltSON; < : ( \KDI.K: : imonihusi : () ';
LESS 5''+ . . . . -10.)5B3 : : I
; AU'IOMOIIVKHounn : 11\1'1. (1'. UUINS: INS. I siLf.LK; ; DKK; ( 0.
'TAXES 3.40 Million assessed valuation of TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS: AND BALANCES ::. liHHM
. . . .. . .. 219.OU 54 I "-I'eimts (; &. Hardware
W4,428,099 00 'I/ (Millage! Levied Last Year 1 100(*) E" limited! Tlu ) ear .32)LSIIMUE ) ; (, fcM/S: I ru'rry
; : MILS:
( in.
1'1 lIue
Funds Received for Civil Defense . . . . 89-500
I Railroad and Telegraph . . . . . . 80000 : Of \ENIIS::: : AND RKCHI'TS; N\SS\L!: COUNTY ; (,I (KKKYltill : IINDVS) UK:.\U1Y! ShOt'JlL''C1tNI'E1t
Insurance Agent County Ucepse Tax . . . 40000 I LAW LIBRARY UNU FEUNA ))IN\ 1IOTOItltTS! |1.0I''S) |

Tax Redemptions ;, . . . . . 190000 llhM'IY; !' SAIOV WOOUltUIOTOIt: CO.
Sale of Tax Delinquent Lands . . . .. '. . 50 00 Law Library Receipts from Clerk HUM.17ICH I lufiOlM( ) .: l\Nhs: : (
Occupational Licence Tax . . . . . 2,600.00 TOTAL tSTIMUEU; : :; RECEIPTS: . lOOfltK) I & lloridt litle & Abstract Co.
Beverage License Tn. . . . . . (40000 LESS 5', . . . . Kino I LUNA.NDINA. Din II. \NMts; : lernindini Federal Savlnitt
Income Tax Assessor . . . . . .. 10000 4I I 93'/ OF ESTIMATED: ; RECEIPTS . 9.000 I I.uan Assoeiulion NE:\\' 'OKK .IAUNDRY.N
I Tax Collector . . . . . . 450000 ---, --- Herb White'* Outboard Siki.
Income.Income Clerk ol Circuit Court. . . . . . 350000 TOTAL ESTIMATED: RFCFIPTS AND BALANCES; . . . 9jToo( ( I IIU\\XI'OWN .ur! ".... Building & Supply Co.DON'S .

State Racing Funds . . . . .. 1500000 I TOTAL BUDGET . . . . . . . .",:-. ,- 803,116.51 LMM.LI.KVsUlltK'S: ; II .\ I II. i t: Y I S
Interest on Investment . . . 1511000 I --- --- ( FUEL OIL.Cerbing's .
LESS 9SOF 5''ESTIMATED, RECEIPTS : : : : : : : :: : :: : 249:641 51 I D. 0. Oxley Clerk ; (' NurseryKATHVSHOKI

._ Jim Thomas. Chairman I *; r ..

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES . 304.641 51lMUl Board County; Commissioner, I
, .g* levied Lt Year 11 Estimated This Year 340))


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hl/.I> i fUUf :Vrwe.ifallet'r'a11' +4 U.1ijll! tuacn, 'IGt41t-1'hhrhU l : Yr ;catcher cd, lvut I. r' "History of WMU" "
Homemakers Sunday
WSCS/ 0' Hove
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Wed In Louisiana
FoTfhful' Followers Program --l; School Class Taught By ,.

Fete Class Teacher Repeat Vows At Home I I Salad' Luncheon Honors TeacherThe I I Mrs. Don Collins

With Cherub Shower I The Woman Society of Christian Hnmeniakcr Sunday School Women of the WMU of the
Service of the Memorial 'I Class' of the Five Points Baptist Unit Baptist Church attended a

Officer for the new year were tfelhodlst Church will meet Mon Church met In the home of Mrs book study held on September 22
day, September 28 I Oren Slrlcklind on Clinch Drive at 10 clock! In the Chapel' ,
sleeted, lit the regular monthly at 12:30: xy Missionaiy .
buslnrss meeting of the Faithful .r 1s., ary m''f in Pariah Hall for their pm'l fir their regular monthly meeting 'Hmtoiy ofVonmns
t '. ; iiWow by Mrs.
Follower. Sunday School Clam of t; monthly program and business ,'.' .. on Tuesdiv night' Union" was taught
the Five Pointi Ba.ist Church, ta r + meeting ; Mrs! SlileMand' ltd the devotional Don Collins. Mrs\\ Collins gave

held ,Tuesday nlwht at the home I Mrs J. B. Thompson will ben r d with B rending from the book of tin. most intaiesting highlight efficient

of.Mr. J mes NunceMn < chin'ga! of the! program, with I Proverbs. followed by prayer Mr.. of this hlHtoiy In her ball
the I Smith President, presided at a munnor and it wan enjoyed /
Jim Armstrong opened her subject being 'Hcmiinic God 1' (
meeting! with pijyver, with Mn. Speak Through The Bible'A ,;:, short business session present
served at
A luncheon
I After the business meeting 'the was noon
David dollen presenting the d. covered Salad Luncheon will ,
in the hall at which
vntlonal taken from the 7th be served 4I cane honored their teacher, Mrs. fellowship
at 12:::10 p.m., with the 5. 4
time Mr. Collins was presenteda'lovely
Curtis Bass with surprise birth
Chapter of Revelations I r Bernice Lowe Circle In chili Ke t7 nyyyr. a flower arrangement for
Elected to nerve for the coming of armncrcmonts\ \ prior to the ,'e day cake and gift from all the of .
her home token
new as a appreciation
Mr.. TravlB Mullli.President clam member.
year wcnc: meeting i
by Mr. II, J. MeFnr-
Attending the meeting with Mrs
: Mn Eugene Monre, Date to think end about I
vice.preside, Mr.*. Franklin will be September 27 through pray Oc- Slrle land was the honoree Mrs land, -Mission- ,- --Study.--.-.Chaiimun.. . ..-
and Ba a.Irs! Wiley Hickox Mrs]\ 1-----
Tnwnncnd, secretary reporter a
toner 2
which will be the wee'of .
*':flower chalimnn, Mr, Carey the Tall Revival, with each Ronnie !dyers, Mr. Carlos Carter I ..
and captain., Mrs Jock Bridge, Mr, Jackie
Dnaddnik, group service beginning at 7:30::I() p.m. r' SEETHE
)Mr*, Curtl Brv on, Mm, Henry I Dr 1 Ian Id I? Biouk, poster of I Guest Mrs George' .Smith, and
Skipper, Mr. Jnrkle Davie and the Peeler Memorial Church of \Mrs\ Nell Drake, I 1

Mr. Jim\ Armstrong JOjksonvlllo will be the Evangelist I ALL NEW
.Mm, Clvdo Illckox, president, t 55. I The W<5CS study of f.enesln; Annie Brown Circle

presided during the business ses- 14i flut-nN" on October 0, 7, and 0 with Rev' Meets At '65 FORD
signs: 4, Nelson Moyer, Chairman rep r ,
:.:.Curing the social hour, Mri Howell HomeThe
Tommy Carter, cloa teacher, wan ) i :
Mrs Stuart
surprised, with a cherub shower' Davis f .k f fJ ff Annie Brown Clrrle of the FRIDAY, ,

A. basslndtte covered In pastel! I Hostess To Edna \Memorial\ Mcthcdlst Church '..met

blue) with pink bow, held a Davis I on September 21. at\ the home of SEPT.25REGISTER
ajiowev of Rift for the honoree. L'I CircleThe \Mr\ Boyce Howell with eleven.

The refreshment table ,was coy. [, '' Edna Davis Circle of the member present. I FORTH
e *d with a white linen cloth and en e r } ae Memorial Methodist Church The chairman Mrs Gerald Dow. I

centered! with a large punch bowl I Wednesday In the met less. opened the meeting! with

encircled with garlands of fern: ., __.. 11 Stuart Davis with fourteen home of prayer. 3 Kiddie Mustangs
Pink cupcake topped with bluft. [ her Mra'j Mrs J It Lynn presented a !!
bootee were served. with punch!, ) I ,Mr. amiMro.. ,Thomas Wayne Van Reek present most Interesting Spiritual Life I I TO, 8E GIVEN '
'potare. chips, nut and mint) !I For the Spiritual Life Mr.\ and Mrs\ Thomas Lynn Jones program entitled, "How To Keep FERNANDINA BEACH
".A' stork in garland of In' a lovely fall ,wedding,, Mill Miss Thornton wore a streel Mr, Dave Bower chose from the God Out of the Classroom".
large a
greenery adorned the coffee I'Patricia Ann '' Thornton, daughter I length dress of pink chiffon accented I Methodist Woman Magazine, an I Miss Elna Hardee, daughter or "A Goodwill Caravan of Costa 1 1Rlea" RESIDENTSPlus
with pink satin and matching article concerning attitudes of! Mr. and Mr. Cecil Marvin Har I
table of, Mr1 J"and Mr*. Robert L. Thorn. Mary Allen Davis was the topic chosen by
accessories Her dee, Sr. of Morgan City, Louis
bouquet prayer.
Mrs. Ken foe
"These present were, Mr*. Jlnj ton or r this city, became! t S:' bride'' wa of pink carnations Mri lana, became the bride of Mr Class Meets With Cay the Missionary Many\ Other PrizesNationwide
E. P Davit Sr Education
reported program
- Armstrong. Mr. Carey Braddock.
of Thomas Wayne VanBeck, son of
Jones, ion
Thomas Lynn
\ Curtis ,. Mr., R K, Sammy Saylor, Jr, served ai the most Interesting fact from I Sr Mrs Doss less reminded the mem
Mr Bryian of Mr. and Mrs Garrlt VonBeok and Mr. Earl Jones of Mrs E, P. Davis
I Daniels, Jr, Mr.. Jackie Davis, of Siirona, Wisconsin, oq, Septem beat man the article, "Wa hJlIg Away Misconceptions Vista, In an impressive Mr'l ben of the church revival beginning
Mr, David Golden, Mr*. Clyde ber 19 gt the homo' of her:. parents Given In marriage by her father In Tunisia', a* writ. ring ceremony at Pharr The members of the Marv Allen ( September 27, and urged LASSERREMOTOR

Hickox, M's. Ferrell Lee, .Mrs oi") Bplvedcye Ave, the bride was never lovelier ten In the World Outlook Maga. Methodist Church, Morgan Davis Bible Clans of the McnmrM each one to attend
Travis, Nwllls\ Mr. Euerene Bv. James Dunnarn), of the than In her while lace two piece line It was learned that the Me. I on September 12 Methodist\ Church met with I The meeting wa closed with CO.
I' ,
,Moore, Mrs.. Henry Skipper, Mrs, First'J Baptist Church officiated at, dress and matching short veiled thodlst missionaries role play an Important The Bev Johp Sewell officiated Mr*. E P. Davis Sr for their the circle benediction and dpllions S. $(if) St. 1'h. 2613812Maternity
bringing comfort I refreshment were served: by
Jerry Thoma! Mr*. Clayton Tip hat molded September meeting
The bodice
was com.
tM) double ring cerernpny: ) at QIIeo'elPCIIt to the people In Africa at the/ nuptial ceremony I I I. the hostess
gins, Jr., Mr*. Franklin Town' piemen led with a rounded neckline The October be I Mn Eugene Dreher. Jr, accompanied The hostess served delicious re. I _.__ _.__ _- -. .- _. ,_.. -
,end Mr. Roy Packets, Mr. meeting will freshments to the fourteen members
,. \ and scalloped overblouie with I by Mr*, Bill Roblchaux i I
tilt bqm ''W/Il ,"beautifully\ dee. held In the home of Mrs Gordon
Joseph Johnson Mr., Oemld olnow length sleeves. Her only present prior to the business
rendered several
at the organ, appropriate I
noted wlU.). badge ot while( cbry.santhemums .- Butler I
Johnson,,the honoree, end, ho teas.Horace ornament was a single strand of( I solos, meeting.Mrs. I
: gladiola and green* The meeting was dismissed with ,
D. A. Part In presided for
pearls. She carried a bouquet of Given in marriage by the father,
Drawdy of Beaufort, cry member repeating In unison the of the business meeting Mrs o
white carnations centered with a the former Shrimp Festival Queen part
.North Carolina recency\ spent ," Mi** Peggy Teresa,, sister: ol.U white orchid caught with white circle benediction wore her coronation gown, fash i Lelia Sutton chose two poems and

several days with, his aunt,', Mrs,, .! >e bride, 'wa* maid, of honor and. satin love knots. I toned of pink slipper satin and a short prose article for the scrip. .

R. U,Pupr e.. 'I, ,the, bride:', only_ attendant..SCHOOL For her daughters wedding Camellia Club white Chantilly lace Her train' ture reading, Mrs T W Brown .fJr d

I Mrs Thornton chose a blue chiffon I. 1 Meets At HomeOf which extended from the fitted offered prayer.
f The report of the secretary for
dress She wore white accessories waist, wow lavishly embroidered
' eKea"A'BlS.t: N S and a corsage of pink car. Mrs. LaChanceMrs. with seed pearl and bugle heads, the July meeting was read and
le nations She wore an elbow length man. accepted
\ J. II LaChanoe was ho*, tllla of Chantilly lice and carrieda A* thll81 reorganisation!
Mr.. Hazel Davl. grand
test to the Camellia Garden Clubon month Mrs Partin asked the '
stemmed glamellia
I mother ot the bride, wore a be. single long
OF BATONTWIRLINQ September 21 at S p,m., for Mrs Joseph Bruni, Jr was her I nominating committee composed Abe tPe
; coming dress of blue Her ,
navy It* first meeting of, the club year. I sister. maid of honor and wore I of Mrs. E. P Davis, Mrs John
*- REGISTRATIONg FOftJAtt: : CLAUSE*, corsage was'. of burnt orange chrysanthemums Co-hc tessCl were Mr. P. E. an Empire gown of pink slipper Hardee and Mrs.'Brown for their
i Slapleton and Mrs G. II Waai, satin with white lace covered bO. report It was as follows: Mrs II.
ARE NOW BEING TAKEN A reception was held :Mrs, 11 V.
white S Luke, president:
Immed.\\ single
She carried a
.3: YEABri OI, AC.T AN1J.W lately following the JrItn... D A. ThcubaJd\ president mum Burgess, vice-president: Mrs A. .
1 Thebrides, table wan opened (the meeting with the club L Bvers. secret iry; Mrs D A. MaI
CLASS Identical ensembles
-CALL NOW FOR YOUR PLACEMENT, with I a handsome white tare cloth Partin, assistant sl'rrclory111'1.; \ .
prajor A letter of resignationfrom / the bridesmaids Miss Evelyn '
The tiered wedding coke centering J were .
Mrs J, W. Hlin who Is Mary Amcnt corresponding! secrelary
I Twirling OrwThe Marclj Rome, Miss Sandriaquin
) the table was mounted on a and Mrs T W. Brown.
now residing In Tallahassee, was :
sister of
and Mist Lynda Jones
beautllul milk glass stand, and I
DanclTwirIJf1g;; I read wllh regret the bridegroom I treasurer
bride ,
topped a
made motion
The rummage sale to be held Mrs Dougherty a
Little Miss Denise Brunt, daughter
Contest Twirling and Milk glass candelabra
_. groom that the committee report he nc- t tN
I by the Joint garden clubs was an. of Mr. and Mrs' Joseph BrunlIr ,
'clci Yulee holding white lighted lanes; were nounccd and members were re. I copied, and was seconded by Mrs
lH.'d In
There Will Also placed on either, aide of the cake. I ? was flower girl and wore a The motion was accepted .
quested to donate articles for I Estclle Lynn
Frock fashioned on (lines of the
Mrs Sam.
::. MARIELLEN\ : ,INGRAM, 'Ihitructor, Serving the. was Brenda Townsend sole. Mrs, Theobald with Mrs T bride gown and curled,
: my Saylor Miss J. Shave Jr and !Mrs H L. Mr*. Luke then took over, a*

rH1I'E:2Ui.: q 6o Miss presided Peggy Thornton at the punch caught bowl the I Baughman, volunteered' to assist bridegroom Gary Jones was'. brother the rln of bcnrcr the. I! the new In Sunday SeptemberThe School. year commences .

with the project Edward Jones served as best
bridal bouquet October meeting Is In be
Mrs Theobald announced the I
for his brother Groomsmen
their home man
will make I
The couple Avenue I general meeting! of the Fernancllna were Conley Hardee Barry I. n.1 with Mrs T W Brown
North Fletcher
an The meeting was adjourned
Beach Garden Club Association
let dry and Harry Simmon Pete Fav-
be held at B p,m on October 20 I rot served as usher with' the class benediction

"Water For Those at the Conference Room of the The Fellowship Hall of Pharr I',

Who Thirst" Prayer Recreation Center Chapel was the setting for are. Bernice Lowe Circle
After a lengthy discussion of the ,I eption Immediately following the
Program For WMUThe Hotter show to be held April 10 ceremony Has September Meet

and 11. Mrs, T W. Oliver, Jr and Mrs Hardee, mirther of the At Pikula Home ..
Bn lint WMS I State :
First | Mrs A. G. McArthur accepted bride, received guests In on oqui\
Mission Season of Prayer Program I the thalimanshlp for the show Italian silk suit accented by a I I The September meeting of the
wa bed:: Tm.
I t tcmber 15, at B ocleiekMr ;' wan given by \Mrs J. CBennett pink. She wore matching acces MeHiodlst' Church was held In the

hyyW, t N's. D ;!r ft gad I *. James Itiinnnm Hive the Jr? who illustrated her lories and a rose corsage. home of Mrs M R, Pikula with
1 devotional entitled "rrom<> Ocean I talk with numerous foliage arrangements Mrs Jone selected for her son'* Mrs Raymond Wolf n< co.hostess.
Unto Ocean A contest was held ) silk suit A social hour preceding the
vcddlng. a, royal '
rj; w I The themeViittr For Those I II for[ menbers to Iclemllfy foliage I worn with black accessories \HerMirsage meeting was enjoyed by the nine !F 2 fM in
Who Thirst" was presented from common garden plants Mrs, i was also of rosesMr members present The? hostesses
I the, (011ot a WMU Hoard meet- L. S:, Sellers received a pottedj *. ,Ecma Welmcr I o( Feimn.I served Okcs> coffeesjnd. /, ane.imade I

I Inir ra.rtu.pllllts:! werf; Mrs;. J. plant as the winner I jptf i{ >geaelW\ maUMiaV grandmolh') !! cookie*'wt.V i'*f.* .
t ara t c. !ttttohwVM1< President, I The mu handbooks were dlstrl.iuteel .II reef the bride, provided at the I An article entitled."*"'MutfMBo Fashions
P &k f' \ Mrs E. R. Hound. Director of by Mrs John Hooper and luest book I School Prayer Dcbito taken /OTn

I Stewmdahip; Mrs. J. C Dennett, I II Vlrs. II W, Fishier was awarded Mrs Richard Hardee and Mrs. the Together!; !Magazine, was U8 d ,
I Prayer Chalt'mllnIrK: : H. JMcFailand. the dour prl/e lanie Manuel: served\ the wed by Mri R. W Calpliin for the

Mmnlon Study Chair I During a aerial hour members ling coke and Mrs, Marvin Dreid I dcvotlenal She followed with a Dresses

IJI I man: Mrs. W P, Johnson, Community wjnvid cake. coffee. nuts and I sky, Mrs Conley Hardee and Miss prayer
!lfia.lun Chuh'mlln, Mis( nlnts served bY. the hostesses. Melanie Manuel presided at the The Missionary Education pro.
Ralph DuBoU, (>, A: Mts John I punch bowl gram was given by \Mrs\ John Hut- ''

Ala r ,r+4ler Klaier, YWA: Mis I 'I P, L' Sims, I !Mrs I 1) A rll'thlt'ft\ Monday Later In the evening the couple chins. who used an article "ComeBack I SlacksSeparates
I Jr., Sunbeam Bund;; Mrs Edger to visit with her son.in.law left for a wedding trip to Colum. When the Melons\\ arc Ripe",

wtd.rr1e Saundcrsnn Seuetiuy, and Mrs I and; clauxhtu, Mr. and Mis. W, bia> S. C. I written by Eulalln Cook, a mis- '..'
Ben Eller, (Inlo Chunmnn i B. Thwcntt and I children in Au. They will be at home nt 712 denary, who had visited the Bernice -
I Following the program, Mrs liHtu. (is., Brandon Road, Columbia where Lowe Circle last year I
Mottoyaw presented Mrs F 8'1 he bridegroom will nltend the I The business mwtinij was conducted .
I Wilson, who in her gracious MEMORIAM: University of South Carolina I by \Mrs\ Hale Sheffield
spiritual miinner installed the The bride attended the Univer- There were thirteen visits reported .
I, offices for 1 MM.115 I A complete Three lonely years ago God called ally\ of Southwestern Louisiana atLafayette The members were reminded ,

list of these will lie In next weeks I mother, home and was a member of of the W. S C S meeting Sep.
i' ,r's3" She had a crown for her .
C won will be follow.ed
paper. he Julia B Maitland School fac. (ember 28th,
,[ A social hour followed the Installation heavenly t thrown. by a covered dish salad linrh 04/tine i
still' ally last year,
\ With\ the passing of time ,1 Mr. Jones attended Louisiana eon The Bernice Lowe Circle
seems so near, .
I members to serve as hostesses
Slate University and was a senor are I
'ry, .. N ::1 A Nielsen study shows that57,3r Her lore and devotion, lingering at Mcholls State College!! Thi.wdaux Atlantic Avenue
i ; of, all Amrripin household through\ the yearssikned when called into the Armed The meeting closed wllh the
buy and read nt least one newspaper ( ( Bes le Dupree, dough- I I
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i Engagement Told Here nlshlng of gasoline, oil kerosene,

Installs Officers i City Commission greases and diesel fuel to the city I Junior Hi-Lights -.

Mrs Lorraine 8. Berry of Fruit' dttrlns! the coming year !Sucre**. I
September 22 land Park, Grand Chief, Pythlai Patricia Mr and Mrs Nick G. Glannarasof Continued From Page One) ful bidder was Standard Oil Co. BY LINDA WHITE -
Sisters Grand Jurisdiction ol Tarpon Springs announce the 'I with an overall bid of 11\.117.:10\ : I ...'
The WMS general meeting of Florida will make her ofllcla Thornton Feted At engagement of their daughter way In Block 57 between North a. compared to 11\.858,110\ by Gulf HI! It look like?' fall,
North Not only
Five Points Baptist Church Senmd and Franklin;
the Mr LesterGarner
visit to Fernandina. Temple No Irene Glannaras Oil Corp. I
held at the church on men Bridal ShowerMrs. nf ond. Street between Dad and El.emhl since Dura stripped all the leaves'
and Mrs
was 7 Monday evening September 28. son of Mr A contract for furnishing chlnr. llbei" :
22. 9"HB! and Bscnmhla from the trees, It now seem
day September The meeting will be held at 1 1p Garner of this city Into to the city\ for the coming year I rhet'r-
Mrs. Flora Barber, Harold Stillwell and Mrs born and between North Swnnd! and Third fall with the football and
prelldt'nt'l .m. at the Masonic Temple on The bride.dect was was awarded Hardre Brns low .
the meeting 0. C. Denhatn were hostesses faa SI S. leading underway.Approximately '
opened praYt'r.Rev. Swings and M- t
Atlantic Ave. All members are rained In Tarpon bidders. Their bid was 7.47 cents I
Thomas Hicks, pastor In. bridal shower given In honor of schools graduating Bids were opened for the fur- TJ: girls' cattle
attend tended .JO for the
urged to pound or $1120 required
per '
lulled[ tlie olfleeri for the coming the I Mine Patricia Thornton on September from Tarpon Springs High School 13000 pounds out today for the first!' ch rlj.ad'l)
A banquet will\ be served by
Center. will
11 at the Recreation Ing session. Tho cheerleader1
Tamllnson Vocational
year attended
She In other biwtnoM a request by
Mrs. Cleo Braddock and Mrs,. and Business School In St Presf. lipids the PsirrnUTeneher AuwxiHtlnn (to he picked next week by I JllitHIIIIf

Pat Lyons, circle ehilrmci. pnvf The Riiest enjoved) playing Brl Petersburg and has been employ tuna the Rwcniliin C"n'er fur this judges. .
the growth of the appropriate (Continued( From Pane 0,1wllh ) I understand that there was ".
a talk on respective dal Binge and other "xl by the Flirt t National Bank at 'a Halloween Carnival was
circles, aAdIrl.: IlitkH : She H year large number of boys, who turnednut
games Tarpon SprliiRS for two years the reqimt and suKRf'! granted'
I I "
reported on her recent trip tll The refreshment table was ( Is l a member of the DtiiKhtrrs of that landowner along the road In A Il'ltl'r11' rend from the I for fiKHhiill Tuesdiy, and we

Stetson University In Dclnnd 1 eyed with a lace cloth that ,0\1 Penelope\ pprlboea Chapter IB, 1 question be ciirMmted In deed mif- I Chnmhrt of Commprce rommi-nd- are all looking' forward to a- Rood"" ,

Following the business meeting 1m adorned with greenery and sen'Ing aa treasurer for two finest prooi'rtv for a wider rl ht.nfway Inn I he Cltv for cxrmplirv perfnrmince '. lonthull season

the program was presented by rose buds Pink candles In ('I" I terms She Is a Sumlnv Schoolteacher Inr the road of duly during the dls There tore quite a few people na

Mrs: LyonsMembers holders were placed on either side at St. Nicholas Greek Oro- TIle road In (1III' tiol1 runs for T antir eniised hv lliirrliane U 'raU pound ties year Tho mrmberd'nnrCaptain

( attending the ml'f'tnllwere !! of the table. The hostesses served thodox Church I mile from Slate 107 la State 2M)(). wax tulle| noted that the City ; Irene Ball; Lieutenant.

Mrs Cleo Braddock Mrs I coffee, Cokes, bridal cakes topped! Mr. Garner Is I native of Fer. National'I The Board heard an approachfrom I I wns appreciative of the two rumplimeotary Sherry Thomas;; SecrctaryTreas.tirer
Lillian Still Mrs Ethel Reynolds. with wedding bells nut and nnndlm Bench He was associatedvtth lend teller at the First ; I a Mrs Williams of the FlorIda ads placed In last I I Beth Stewart and VlrKlbBerkham
Mrs. Lyons, Mrs Hattie Mae Bnnk He Is nn rrthe number or of Mary Jane Edens Monica .
mints the Fields National Book at Timed-Union oa an nvtlay work's N'<'\\' 1.ender by FlorldiPuhlle
Parker, Mr*. Nanette Ncone. Mrs. he Tnrrtrm Surlncs! Junior Chnm- In I 1 aneasler, Dallas Morgan
Fernnndlna Beach for four vsrsirlor 12,OM( for an dvertlomnt ail Utilities Co ,and A. S. ,01.fin
Willamona Brazzcll Mrs. Barber St. Michael's Guild to moving to Tarpon Snrlngs ire of Commerci. uponmlnff, Knioliri nlitint, ni that \ In Khleh the eltv Wilt alai 1 Kathy Piper Doris Rowland Sheron
Mrs Ruby Eisterllng! Mrs Evelyn A January welding Is pl.mned Tlnsloy. Candy Youngbload
where he Is assistant cashier and paper. The Bouu rejided the proposal commended for the fine work
Clack Mrs Martha HVPTS. Plans Card Party -- .. Williams I lanlce Vaugh' and Pat '
i ----- and rl'lerrdIr.: during and after the t hurricane,
Mrs. Margarine Johnson Mrs I "",m h"vs Captain, Tom Jl :
of are
rather to the virlom Chambers Kitchens suggested
Mrs., Pauline Salncs For October 6 Bride of Dennis Sylvesternations Cnmmiscirner
Joyce Johns Miss Herbert I Commerce In the county (hit all buildings crnsliltred lieutenant Mark Haddock "
Mrs. Pat Townsend; Mrt. Florence .... James Hallo.
Guildheld ltd and Mrs Williams' proposal after, the rinmanebv .e Jones "
I St. Michael's lllv-cf-the-xnllev. During beyond repair ;
Mrs diugh
Carter, Mrs. Pat Bnjjon I Miss Betty Jo htipe all these boys snd girls
I on September I sunn rllihrrs. Commissioner Harry Poole sioiedthe the- hurricane be condemnedas I
fall meeting white
Juanita Perry Mrs. Mitred !Hicks !first tee of Mr and Mrs. William M I our school faithfully. j
Mrs. Mary Harper, and the pastor 23rd at St Michael's\ Hall. The Herbert of this cllv. became the I L. J. Hlnson was best man for virtual blmkout of news from soon as feasible serve
Rev. Thomas Hicks. femshlne Girls at 6:30 In the Temple business meeting was presidedover bride of Dennis Dole SvlvMter Mi son this county during Hurricane Dora I Roscoe Mullls was; nnmed by '

The, meeting was dismissed with dining room, In Mrs. Berry's by the president, Miss Helen vn of Mr and Mrs L J. Illnsnn I A reception was held Immediately by the Times-Union and other news tlie Commission as the auditor: to I Ibonk. Sheriff Cites Work
the annual audit I t of the city
hbnof Griffin. In lovely following ceremony media I make Patrol
Georgia a
of WaycroM. I Of' Water
prayer. I
I Plans were formulated for a home ceremony on July 20 attended bv relatives of the rnunle Sheriff H J, Youngblood appeared .. '
DEDICATED TO TWliriSJM, WITIwo ( benefit card party which the Guild The home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and I number of personal friendsFollowing before the Commission, and I I During Hurricane
will sponsor on October 6th at the n wedding trip to requested Ihat an emergency aux Jr. High-Elementary I Sheriff H. J. Youngblood thta'week
Recreation Center Auditorium. Sylvester. bmher and sinter- Jekyll Island the couple Is residing Illarv electrical system be un'lll cited the fine work by.the

There will be I prize for every Inla0' the bridegroom( M Kln... at 610 North Fletcher Avenue. I' for the county jail for such LUNCHROOM MENUS I !Sheriff's Water Patrol In the.dls.
the grand stand Georgia provided the setting .I' Mrs Sylvester Rrad-mied from Hurricane Dora. emer'l \Hurricane Dora"
table In addition to I Kenolos as : Sept tR Oct. t I aster caused hv
*,. pays to beprepared I prizes for bridge and canasta. for the couple to exchange Fernnndlna" Benin llluh Sdvol 1 The Commission; deckled / Mondnv fUnlloped" Potatoes wi/ Younunlood; said that Patrol
door prize at elaht o'clock Charles C attended D'vld Llpwnmb College buildlnv shmild 11II1 volunteer,
Many lovely and useful vows and such County / < tossed salad I' members all unpaid
foremergencies Fniilish: H ns
will else be given away. Donations Bicker of Jacksonville officiated. In Nashville Tennessee SheIs checked for a similar need and III tomnties | rolls and butler, I pirformed an Innumerable pum-

of $123 per person will U-clude 1 Arrangements of pink asters employed by Standard Hardware I determination should be made of wf date Jam squares, and 'a pint her of lunrtlons In the emergency
refreshments and fern and lighted topers provided Co. what could be done. I 1 "
Mrs William Jcffers reportedto the background for the wedding I Tlie bridegroom has nerved( In John Pierre Stevens, of Jacksonville milk I Beach .o.

the members the highlights ol I{ party. I the U. S. Air Force, during which \ archltett for the, recentlycomplrtrd I I Tuesday: llnmhurpers / buns .

Safeguard your fam- I the Diocesan Council of Catholic Given In marriage by her falh.er time ho attended the Vnixormlv county building at Yulee baked bonny dill pickles, coleslaw Weather Report,,,

ily's health by keep-1 Women Convention which she attended the bride wore a suit of pule I of Florida. and the University of was in attendance al the meeting I jl'lIl1 w/frult BMorled cook. Steve Rich, Observer "

ing your medicine ] In Sarasota! In May green linen with a floral design\ Maryland. He Is employed hv fill- and presented the Commission with I lee and '* pint milk chicken\ Weather SltUiMt at 2iI5 MacGregorBird.
meeting, Co Si 1. Marvi Divis \ color sketch of the Wednesday:: Oven
x,, chest stocked with Following the business blouse. She carried a while Bible man Paper( II handsome rl.e wbrown grsvy "
first' members enjoyed playing of white rare ion.; St. Marvs, Georgia building strnmod :
the Rnln
our top-quality topped with. a spray Approval given the appointment Mired tomatoes, blue lake gre..nheanss Mix Mln
aids and drugs. bingo.Delicious. and butler hilled Thursdoy, Sept. 17 M! 75""-0
were of C R Bennett aa a deputy I rolls

served by our refreshments Lady of Iramncul. New Officers For Stork Club In the oil lee of Sheriff H. J. Young 1 uprlools Thursday and: Moat'I pint loaf milk.mashed I Friday Saturday. Sept., Sept! IB 1 t1! 85 ai '73 1 "|'M 0

carry a ce>nplelej > ate Heart Circle. YWA ElectedAt blood. Commission 1 approved the potntoes buttered splnmh carrot Sunday Rvpt. 20 81 7Monday >

supply of 6 Amelia Mr, and Mrs. Ted Meredith The referendum,, on sticks, rolls' and built, cherry s.pt.n: W! iu' *
would + Frank Hi mm of Meet MondayThe of a advertisement 01 a III"' b
everything you Mrs. announce the birth cobbler and "4 pint milk. Tuesday. Sept 22 81
need la case of City and brother A H Shelnutt Sept. 2 nt Baptist the Mills Creek Watershed pro. 23 87 63 .9.
accident, of Tampa recently returned from Y.W,.A.:a of the First Bap. Hosnltal.Daughter on She weighed 7 pounds gram to be voted on In the Gen. Friday, : PI'mint' Ion Wednesday., .. SliP_ .. ._ ...J
with relatives In Wedowee list Church held their last meeting I'ra1! Election In November rnnd led yams, Field peas W/anaps.l\qq
visit nnd has barn name
I and S ounces rolls and l
and Roanoke. Ala., and LaGrange of the church year Monday Seo. Tie referendum will only Involve celery ducks \
1.11111.Matl'rnlll .
StEGER and Columbus Ga. tember 21 In the home of Mrs John od Victoria grandparents are the voters. In Prerincis 1011.12.! peanut- butter log and 'i 'I SEE-I
left last Thursdayby Klarer. I -

DRUG CO. P.plaiw L. Pappus for Montclalr,. N J. I Nl'lr Cook and Ida Rulh Hallopened Mr. and Mrs. Orady Hurtle of Recent arrivals at Humphreys don, Rt. 1, Box 2(14, Hllliard. .
Before Tallahassee nod parternal crnnd- Tummy Beady I All NEW
where he Is visiting relatives. the meeting with prnver and Mis. KussellMoiedith Memorial Hospital: A daughter THE
fun.. Atlantic' Ave his return ho will visit friends and scripture reading. The Slate parents are Mr. Charlotte Icnlne! I born AUKiiKt 31 to Ki4iecra and
D. C. of hiM t city A Washington, I of 1 Eugene
Phone 2MS2J7It and relatives In MlsslM Season Prayer program born AiiKiist 4' to Klda and \Duress'welt 65 FORD
World's Fair Brenda Beard I A ono Lurry Eugene: born Sep
and visit, the was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Jehn M Levy nl HI. 1, Yuloo. '
and Lurr
... program chairman The theme Umuahla Eislrrn Nigeria announce A daughter, florl Ann born Au. I temlx-r 3 to Marily )
was given In five parts by the girls the birth of a daughter on gust 13 to Betty Sue and Willis Shaip, nt. 1 I. Box 373. '

themselves: "To Make Christ. August 14 The little lady weiuhed Bnyclt, 713 I North 15lh St. A sun Gernlcl' Wyatt born Sep \ FRIDAY ,
I Known In Florida. "Through Positive 7 Ihr nnd lias been named Mich. Elizabeth lemhrr, 3 to Joan and Claude Low '

i ( Action", 'Through Education rte Shantl. Paternal grandmotherIs born A daughter Auuust 14 Carmen to Duo and Henry la, Florida Ave., Yuli. I S E pt. 25
"Through Love and Care", O. of Wash. / .
( Is Dora Levy 126 South Bth Si A son, Anthony Foy born Sep
I Brsikla
I "To Youth", and "Through/ Religious I Ington I). C. Maternal grandpsr. A dalllll l'r. Nancy LoraIne, tcmber 7 to Louis and Linda Weaver REGISTER FOR F

Freedom". ruts are Mr and Mrs Carl Quat- born August U /. Reba and Olin I 424 South 4th SI. THE
CLEARANCE Discussed during the businesssession tlebaum of thin city. Donna Lynn, born
1964 Carter Holly Drive, A daughter,
I, were State Missions offer. H ___ A daughter, Ktmbcrly. Susnn, Si-plomber 11 to Peter and Merry 3 Krrfdie Musromjs
keg and a new meeting time. How. Siisan and Ito- Esrambta St.
born August 1' to Kelley, 311 !: GIVEN"
Important transic. Miss Jane Dlgbv( left Wrdnea- TO BE
the most Rued
ever vld French, Bailey A daughter', Tammle LynetleiBom
Baldwin Collegeat
Lion was the election of new off in. day for Abraham studies A daughter, Sherri Diane, born .Stiptemhiir 13 Dorothy\ and FERNANDINA RACIInEHIIJENTS
will lead the Tlriein Ga to resume
ere The following August 20 to Lucy and James Hartford Peeples) Lofloo Creek,
through and expected pros for her sophnmeire year .
group I Jones, Box 44 Yulee.A Vtilne, "Plus -
pvrous year: President Brenda Terry MeKemdree has been, daughter Dehrah Loulw,
I, Beard; Vice-president. Nell Conk; pleelge-d to Phi Kippa Tau fra. born August 26 to Sarah and Fred- A daughter, Terest Lynn born I Many Other Prizes"
Ar'hll'.nd Myrtle
15 to )
McKcndree. tfpUsmlXT
Gall Florida Slate Unlver-
Secretary-Trealurer. ternlly
I Amelia City. NationwideCASSERRE
I Chairman Ida Ruth Tallahassee Terry Is the son I Tarrant, Florida Ave, Yulee. I
; Program I I lit)' A daughter Mamie Leigh/ born
Hall and Shirley McKendrer: Mis. of Mr and Mrs Carson McKrn- August n to Lemuel and Molly A son, Robert !Stott t. born !Sop.lirmber

tlon Chairman, Margaret Smith, free I'e'ples' Yule IB (to George and rar)| :

I Prayer Chairman, Pam Dougherty.Social Miss Judy l.nsscrre daughteriif / A son ltugrrl Anthony burn Smith,' Pine llifiue Farm, folia-
Smith :
Chairman Margaret I I Mr and Mrs. E.': K. Lusserre !I August 2T to .'lorll1<'e and !toga ban MOTOR CO.

I and Pam Dougherty and Irishman ut Fleirlela State Nelson Jacksonville A'daiighter, Tammy Renee burn I S. Nth St. Ph., 201-3812
will continue to be I Ann. burn I September 1 to lluliirt and Vlr.Klnla
Mrs. Klarer University, has been ,iHedwed, ,to. A daughter, \DunnH
the YWA Director and Mrs. PaulPurrlUi Sigma Sigma sorority August 27 to Peggy and (JIll" JIll!. / Taylor,, ,Yuleo. -
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WE NEED THE SPACE TO MAKE ROOM FOR 1 I Kendree!re ;lli'and serve kin as Jovce counselors"' I -- -- -- ---- -- -- .

The girls
1 for the new ywr.
an odlve year and will
THE Alt | strive to build and strengthen tlie I.

I auxiliary. I

The hostess served refreshmentsfollowing +

1965 CHEVROLET the meeting.Personals. Want houseful of .
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.74 summertime ? 'Phone ..
Coming Thursday Sept. J. K. Roberts of West Pilm .
Beach president of Florida Public

Utilities Co., was In Fernan. i

dlna Beach Tuesday to attend the 261-3200 '
funeral of Miss F.lliabeth Nolan : f

Mr. and Mrs E. N. Roberts '

SLASHED have returned from a ten.day visIt Oil! t'
PRICES In East !Point, Ga with their for Standard Heating
and .
1 snn-in-law and daughter Mr 4 ? ,,,( r .
Mrs J. M. Tripled' and son Mar-
RED keel call and you're .
I i Mrs. Jcsiie Mixon and Infantson One easy telephone : J

and MM, Don Lou- of Standard's dependable .
Kevin and nom, Tnddi left. W l.nwdny ,, assured i : :
canter And that means a

Fair Selection of All Models. Your Used Cat Wig Mrs fur Mlxons Doyleslown other father, relativesMr ,Ohio JamesE tovtot I I IJ' delivery house full service.of sunny, relaxing warmth K r, Ili k "y'sf.+efsv, r J ;, :

Shet man. all winter. A house where the '
In Most Cases. J'' and :Mrs. John I L. Grl'll'\\ beam! j xi s' + I
Make Down Payment J ory accompanied their son family blooms, and guests ipso ,

I Gregory, II to Macon, Georgia Standard Heating Oil is i uniformly

where he WaN enrolled in University the. safe. And our home r 4+ '
freshman ela s at Mercer! I clean-burning, "

last week deliveries are as dependable aa the oil ,' (
of Mrs R. L.Dupree t'Js I
Recent were guests her sister, Mrs, IT an. ,I itaelfl So phone for a fill-up today. s+ : s

1MU1 ;illatItM friends M.Estelle Leland(Mrs juenton of Helen St. of Petersburg Rrooker New Boston and and, H. F. STONE, JR., Agent :: .. f i' t,N.' I

Michigan Fernandina Beach, Florida ra y
Capt. and Mrs W H. Rutledgc/
and family left New York OB MOlt 5

REFUSE t day for Frankfort Germany. They
NO REASONABLE() : 1 I will make their home their for the i I

next three to four years
Mrs Hale Sheffield and Mrs. RU I

AJWoodward J Judy Duitmaa Sheffield to accompanied Cuthhert. Ga Mats on We take better care of your comfort ,

Saturday, whore she entered her I
sophomore year at Andrew College

Motor Co. Miss. Sue Stlph. a freshman at I i

University of Florida at Gamenvlllc -
was pledged to D
Wwnr. 2613686' + Oamme' ex.rkr' tore ere'h as.a

South StirStmf i spent Friday night her I s
parents, Mr. and Mrs V E. Selpb IIFive
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: !) bm In the original By-taw
Teams AnnouncedFor < Peck Loses Opener; Chamber To Vote I The balance ef) ARTICLE HI.GECTIOty. .

I II ), (hall remain, as It,

I Harper Showing New Buicks and Pontiacs Today Golf TourneyOn [ Meets Consolidated (Continued From Page One) stands reads above.In the original and as It

I a lapse of one year alter the completion All interested members arc Invited
SaturdayAndy Here of his term, The Directors
neon with IliKir, shift Saturday I I to attend this meeting
shall have the power to fill all
Alas Included/ In this exclusive\ I Meeting Monday noon at Seaside
package Is a dual exhauxo system I Anderson, Cjpt! I). W The Peck High "Wolves"11I vacancies on the Board They may I Inn In regular monthly session,
and simulntrd louvers on the lower Roberts Ben Grace, Herbert Luke. serve II host to the Consolidated I business adopt rules for conducting the I the Chamber directors heard J.

front fender located to the rear ol Bob CcJcan, Capt.. Bennett Wilson High School eleven Saturday night shall meet of not the less Chamber.frequently They than I II D, Daugherty report on the upcoming
the front wheel opening Ham Hamilton, Bub Breilln. | Sept. 26, at 7:30: p.m, In the City annual meeting, set for
once a month, at fciich time and
'Ti A new ci naole Is optional on Ihe Andrew Allan Ill, Cipt, Archie Ball Park This Is the first meeting I place I ai will' I be determined:: by October 22.Daugherty,
2 plus 2 which has a cast leather II Smith, Arch Hardre Jeff Bowers of these teams on any football them. I II told of plans that
grain texture and Is painted to Or. Geo. Barker, Cap)? John field. have been made to accelerate
ARTICLE shall be amended
compliment the Instrument panel, Dozier, Dr Cecil Brew ton, Mike I I The will be seeking I HI II III Chamber activity and of the needto
I/'W; I to read as follows: The govern
Flala. re this I week, having, lost augment the Income, He added
TEMPEST I ment ol the Chamber of Commerce -
Rudy York (/lIt./ Cbn,, Tom. f( their season opener to the Douglas and the direction of that these and other plans will be
Pontiac Motor Division's Temp linson, John Kearney Extern Cor- I| Anderson "Dragons" list week I work shall bo vested In a discussed at the annual meet.
est for 11C3! presents new styling, belt.L.. The Wolves" coaching staff has of Director 'consisting of

t :Including: vertically mounted: whcot C. Shave Capt., Ed Boner, been drilling all week on offensive members rather than the 13 A Bureau of Advertising study
lights, Inrreased length, and defensive tactics,
Carl Jones, David Nussbaum.: making II I shows that right out of ten women
ors and two new models for extended I channel on both sides, In order to
B. C Frcidlln, Jim Clark '
._ Capt I Nov, 20th Matthew W. Gilbert, look at food ads In their newspa.
n h market coverage get maximum use of the entire
$" ',fP> ( | J. W Jones, Harry Taylor.
__"."i'", ,..... The Tempest Custom series has I squad. : Jax., Fla. PITS before making a shopping trIp
David Smith Capt., Ace Reynolds 4 - -
INTIIOUI'CING Offered for (the first time In 1963 I is this I.eMans four-door I sedan.A added a two-duor hardtop coupe David Thomas, Ben Clarke, I The marching band of Peek High I
and the LeMans series now' has a
sports coupe a hardtop coupe and a convertible are also atatlable in the LeMam! four-door sedan available, There Jim Pecnon, Capt., Arthur Ren- will tlvitlei entertain, during half-time ac. II
under the direction of Edward
series The new LeMana! models hate undergone a complete rf1ootl) Unit including! will be a total of 12 different mod shaw, E. V. Garcia, Harry Sahl- Morgan, band director. I I ,
vertically mounted headlights, increased length! and all new rolon. Featured in the els available In the three Tempest man. I The band will nn ax VERA TONE
Le.Mans: four-door are seat cushions and beck cloth trimmed in bUculted insert panels series Tom Lannnn, Capt., Steve] afternoon perform 4:30 Saturday r
starting at : In
New name plates are placed on the sail area, one on each side. The popular "With the new styling design, Spence Bill Miller, Tom Ttlnun. the business section of town. All

high performance GTO option Is also available in the LeMaju: ports coupe and convertible engineering advances, and the Harry Poole, Capt., Pete In. I games will' begin at 7:30: p.m.
models "big car" appearance of the Tempest gram, Ray Landress John Bar- THE "WOLVES" SCHEDULE
along with the two new nlak. Home Games! $495Gal.

..r ob GT LY <&- <&- v <&__
dominant an even greater opportunity Dan Dougherty, Hugh Stone, Oct. 24lh St. Augustine (Homecoming !deer.
are sealed) to longer and mere
for the Pontiac customer to "
Jr. I *., 'P wrJOrfaTONI.
front end inert rrUl find his choice of automobile,"
Several important (Imprcvrment: an John Siarhurn, Capl, D W. Oct. 2-tth! Slunlon Voe. Tr.
K, M Elites, a General Motors
have been made la the Ponlhc vice president and general man longer, Bub Inlll'ol1lJr.. Bill Hod.eifel' Nov. 6th Biuiibwltk, Gu, HARDEE BROS.
Away Games:
convertibles which mon belter
of Pontiac Mctor UivUtn
appearance, mere comfort and increased said Joe Scarboro, Capt. K. M Fore Oct. 2nd Hastings ATLANTIC AVENUE
safety A3 wctrrubtcs: humid Ervln Williams L. K. No. (Oct. 16lh Fla A,&M. High:
The 1S! Tempest and Lc laM i
Nov. 13th Woodbine, Ga.
have a new tempered "aw rear lan I _
models arc three inches longer
window to tke.lamnte:: Bnb Young Melvin liester. ( '
"provide invisibility Capt --------- -- -
Ihan previous models, measuring
and durabWly.( Tic. window C. W. Howard Bib Phlnnev.I
does away nmnty: with deformation 206 Inches In overall leniith The Bill Mellon, Capt, Paul Bibb, I HOSPITAL
1 a r wheelbase lor all models Is 115 INSURANCE
r and KfiKitanf Also Perce Ent/mlnKcr Turn Dluby.
the window kt Doll!' tired as be Inches, Buddy Burgess, Cape) ? James For People of All Ages : Guaranteed Renewable for Life
__ -I removed and may hr limrrrd The new Tempi-Mi go on sale In Webber, Burns Bailey Jerome I'A'S REGARDLESS OF( OTHER INSURANCE YOU OWN
TWO PLUS TWO Available I In 1'onti.ic'n Catalina readily with. the dealer showrooms September 24 Spence I

sports coupe and convertible models is the exciting 2 2 PLUS 2 TWELVE !MODELSThe Hay (Culdwell ('llllt" Paul Kor.
Plus 2 option. Unmistakably different, the 2 Plus 2 of- Ono f mod. Tcmpchl series offers a nau, Frank Lumbiinht, John Bix- MEN\ & WmmN $Q2i MEN: & miEN $/25AGES

fern such exclusive features as turn paint stripes running 1 s,I eta in the I9C5 PMMUT bsnp it ports( coupe| four-door sedan and ter. I IA-5l) .. month OVEn 66 .,,"".."_?".....,.. month
the length of the car, front fender lower accent and the 2 plus I Available i ill Cala'ina: Sal url. Glynn Woos, Clip? Andrew Al-
sports and convertible models In addition to Its new model, the I.H1 Sr., AI li'rt Alvarez, Lonnlo
coupe CHILDREN; )
Bide and $' 00
bold new 2 Plus 2 identification on front, rear. !MEN & mIEN $etll
the 2 plus 2 has iota its I II hardtop coupe, the Custom series ,
Under the hood la I'ontiac'a famed, high performance i own In 13! com has available a sports coupe, a Hollingsworth Thomas Shave, Capt Robert I AGES oJ"'1. 6.. ., ... .... month I UNDER 18 ............ ....._."............ .. month
421 cubic Inch V-8 engine. The fast flowing roof line ,1 four-door sedan, convertible anda WHEN INCLUDED IN ADULT LAN
The 2 plus 2 Includes bucket a Daniel, B. J. Sloan Fred McLean.
is also a feature of the regular Catalina and Itonneville seats exclusive expanded MirroI Safari. Bib Asklns, Capt., Gus Low en. I GUARANTEE)

sports coupe modebl.I' i,I kdu trim In four Inlerlor colors The GTO Is powered with the stein, John Dulfy, Newt Roberta RENEWABLE )FLORIDA HEALTH AGENCY, Inc.
Pontiac Motor> Division offers a I' body paint stripes just below Ihe famous Pontiac 389 cubic Inch Ed Jones, Capt, AI Bodine, Bob
FOR LIFE.. I I'. O. Box 9115, JarkKOn\'lIIe, Florida
completely new concept In fender upper peak extending the engine with four-barrel carburetor Ramsey, Al Miller.
motive design and styling aUl0-1 full length: of the ear 2 plus 2 I as standard and an optional engine Dick Bennett( Capt Fred WORLD WmE Please Furnish Me Free Information -

the Introduction of their I emblems on the front sides and I with three two-barrel carbu Ostccn, John Hooper, Waller Preston COVERAGE Name.. ... ..... Are .. ".

Now model I rear and Pontiac's high performance retion. Compression ratio Is 1075,:1 I National Items Life Address .... .._ ," .. ."" ....:. ,: .. .. ,............. ._...__

Register The Catalina, Star Chief and 421 cubic Inch engine with I and a three-speed synchromesh Edison Casey Capt., Del Theo. Assurance Co. City mo. m .m......................". ..................." Zone ...........: State...................
I BonnC\1110 models all present an four-barrel carburetion and a I transmission I with floor shift Isstandard. bald, Carl Swanson, Lester Dur. Form GRF 63

For AnnualPuntPassKick appealing silhouette as they are three-spued s>nchromcsh trall mls. I II ", ham.
M ..
.N longer lower and wider on the I :
exterior and contain more room '

.. I and luxurious furnishings In the Today is '65 Pontiac Day.

w- Contest Interior The ,combination and outstanding of styling pcrlmmancc excellence 1965 The of the Quick Wide-Tracks

which has vaulted Pontiac : year .
PRIZES OFFERED Into one of the front runners in

automobile sales, prevails again .
8-13 YearsGIL In 1965
Boys. The Cnlallna models} the Grand 4J.

VIZCARRONDO, Prix sports) coupe and all station J ;
-- Director wagons have a Ul.lnch wheelbase C r ; 'e '
I while the Star Chief and Boric \' :
FOR REGISTRATIONAND I vllle models measure U4 Inches .. : '

FURTHER (except the Bunnevlllc Safari) ....-"" ..,- v, ... +-.- f' '. -- .. s
INFORMATION STOP The overall length of the Cala-
IN TODAY AT line and Grand Prix has been Increased -
1 to 2146 Inches and the
Star Chief and Bonneville modelsare
lasserre Motor I 221.7 Inches long, All Safari

models measure 217.9 incites

Company : MODEL LINEUPPonliac'a
high selling Catalina
I series II available In seven models
two and four-duor sedans, two leNans''
and lour-door bird tops six and
nine-passenger station wagons and
a convertible
II The Star Chief series offers a
four-door hardtop and a fuur-dour
I sedan.Uonnevllle. What do we mean by "quick"? Just this: A new-all-over Pontiac Pontiac offering a new Turbo Hydra-Matte

1 buyers may choose -the silkiest, swiftest-shifting automatic transmission you ever touched a toe to; eager new Trophy V-8
between a spoils coupe, a four
surer-footed Wide-Track ride. And a new Pontiac Tempest that's become even ,;'J.
door hardtop, a slx-pissciwr) station power; new steering agility; a

wagon and award-uiimmii a convertlhle.l'unll8c'I spurts, more of a Pontiac with new style, new length and Pontiac-quick reflexes to match. You never knew cars

loupe, the Grand Prix, will attain could be so beautiful, and so keenly alert to your touch. This Is your year to drive a Wide-Track-quick! .yt;
be cnlcicxl In the luxury tar held
In announcing the new models,
E.: M. Estes a Geneuil; Motors rein

viic president and general m'in- ""i-
I attic of routine said, "every lieu'! ;:;

Tuff to Scuff I model Is a ncwly.ini>piicil! I'onlluc "1.
creation containing performance,
I ,..._ _
styling and luxury features never ,
Inside or Out! 1 ,
before uttered In the middle price ....

ranoll( !" ,",41it
Du Pont Porch The l1! Ptmines go on sale In \
dicier xhcmHHims' hepleiiibtr! 24
nutty)! bHUNU:

& .FloorEoamolTTcr All the biulv: shim fur.. I'Hii'' lire
completely new liny' ill have the
ibvlous nppuiiuiucitihmilauc'H', of( 'j, .

c'a a tough enamel that cut I curved: gluon Much:' iillnus::I :the upper How does the success car outdo itself for 1 1965? Beautifully just beautifully But this Pontiac has no
,tuLo ,llhcr and hint wear: on slruitmc to better iniegratewllh 65 Pontiac Pontiac |Intention, Of getting by on looks alone, though it could. So there's new quickness Pontiac style. A
aua-ideunJ hi.ayJ1iH the lower as |maul of the overall '
porch or pulio nimbleness New fuel savings.. A smooth, easy new ride. Drive a 65 Pontiac and see how one
>r trallic inside the house, em dcsiun This Is putiiularly new
I evident on the spoils tuupe. will success leads to another. +.,
_J.:sly to use,with' '' brush or roller, HH last.(lowing mill line, Curved

oa sriule.wood Uric concrcla, quickly, to u ubo\o high II' lilies also makes iniHsiblu a stow

lluas( Out lasts fur }CoIU, cllielent use of "I"'l'l'
I A Pontiae exclusive fir,' I'Mi'i! I iv r--
ONLY the ailieiiKiled wimlslmlil, wiper I j i'
OAU I I which give a premier sweep' urea ____
than ever befnreThis nvsleni I Iwo' #

(( ayI ck'HUncd to wipe lit much" liijiiuri -.
i 'pccd than any ether h).Icrn. :
The uiliciilaled wiper' Is Mandardim _
I II all I'ontinc medals txupt the
Calalma which olliis II us an option ( .

The ailltulaled wiper( has :
greater tension of Ihe btoile !III the I

glass and (gives better wiping In
the critical coiner mean of the! SSSSMiMB >Via ii
ro h flaDaaNAMIL windshield: The '65
Pontiac wimMililili me Inner 7i'i even more of a Pontiac now and aaPontiiaconiW ds.Trackt than like Tempest
X65 PontlaC hooks Rids
Goes a Pontiac too: a
No un.w.w wnr I and have less tiiivaluie for Improved ) |like a Pontiac, as you can see. like
vision and mare clleetivecoveraga 140-hp six is standard. Or you can get a quick V-8 up to 285 hp. You'll wonder how we can keep the

,by the new windshield price so low on so much car.

w porn.
Custom flelailing In many areas S.i THE NEW BOHNlVILlt STAR CHItf, GRAND
= & Supply Co. has been Introduced 1 on the new

1129 S. 8th Ph. 201-3618 model stainless Wheel steel body opening| gourd moldings side, HARPER PONTIAC BUICK :','

moldings and spaikllng new chino
t Paints, me die cast trout and lear end
iDuPont I treatments are all Icalured InI 925 South 8th Street Phone 261.4167

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Lasserre. To Show New Line Of 1965 Model Fords Friday aid-\"IAnl'f.n.Ml'rrUI'y rigid,---body- l'IIIIlrllt'IiClII It' I Ihe', -oil-, -:'' -- .

,6uAun' tJI'rlllll( 11I'Jlhll"o( In Ihe'
F7 to meet the regimemen 01 i al IIIt'dhllll.prh'e field. Ihut IIICI haM
: The roost.chuiitfcd Ford In the dilMiiEimlneering, I, n:: 1)'r't'l1I.t'' and IIL'planl'nilII' \' '
I5-year ) history of Furd Division lmpru\eniini} I"" IIIXIllY lI..d. ,' said, l'ulil F', rImmproved

will ..debul In Find dealer huw.. the new Kulcon have bun 1ul.I..1 1.111. III Ford McILlr l'"ngnnq \ Ice r

room, Friday, September 25. : with styling reflnementii liuliiilin, prraurnl:, and dl\'lolulI gtnerumannerr.
"AB 17 models In the 15 Ford : a new horizontal!)'-lined unlU ,
lineup Including I new luxurious the wider, lower
I which Hives car a "With Ihe new loll'rt'ury.Ie now
v'LTD' aeries are literally 1anaAarr appearance" Mr Zimniirmtin are olterlnit the lame slIt'I'ra.Iulel'lIt'I'I'I ]
and from .
sew l from tires to roof A : pointed out that were dexeloiied for
bumper; to bumper," laid Lee A. The 1 1965 Falcon also fimmr- the Linrrln Conllnenlil In the luxun \, I
lacocca, Ford Motor Company vice \ ;;H. & '
all new inferior trim sl < 111.1matcilali Held" ,
preildonl and Ford Division general and new 111011'11 lilt II, The UC') 5; Meieuiy will RO on sale performance with Increased furl economy for

managerVerUcaJmounU'd. dual headlamps I panel ornamentation wlilih en In Llnui'n Mercury dr:ilirslilpnspnirmiicr : RAH Mixlnm up In 1% per rent have been achieved In the
hitters the beauty. t11 the car 25 : tastefully rcsMleil lord 1'alcon' fur 1885 More powerful(
and Modernistic, hexagonal-shaped hew loiv-proflle Himli tires I av 200-rtiblc-lnrh Six with
the crisp look of The Meicuiv will be axaiKililc ('n Hi ni'S intituling I I a redesigned
I Itail-Ughli accent features I standard on most 1 Fakon midi.-I : In a hi lad Keleitli'ii' ol n niodolsIn ""-\4'11 niniii bearings: for shied inoothnfs combine
tht new Ford. Side styling emphasized I Iatralr In I'lb'!) ,), and will Rl\e the tuinpad: I 11\1'1' xcridi, Miinleiey. Mont.d.iir vllh\ threr-speed rulsc-O-Mallc: or three-speed manual _
1t-Ihl'ough lines boiler stability and h.mdlinchaiaileilblles. will and performance Improve
line ran !; and P81 k Lane Their trnnsnilssloiiH for the economy
,. by ft harp, tulUeng lender ', ';> Less read;. noim be mx rrof linen. Imlmlna the men' I. New inleriori and new Instrument panel ornament.
from from to reir ,<,. '> will add to plIsSl'nllt'r'OIl1II1I'\. 110111111'' III\\ llre Improved leering
r 1 of the ,1. ,,",, 't n"'-? '\\ iy fiiirduir sednn nlion; new -prnllle '; rrspon
The dramatic elegance with '.;'/. ,.- The model lineup for I lie 1%! > unique In the Indus)' Other ni'il slxenrss; allrinulors and automat chokes on all engines; ->

: 1965 Ford styling dramatic Is combined luxury car The 1965 Ford Is the most-changed In the 15->'ear history of Ford Division.. The traditional Falcon Ineludei 2-snd 4d.or seal line uic! l'lIn\'I'II1'111' iMo-dnor : sad larger fuel' (lank ore other 1965: Falcon feature,
an even more I shape In keeping 2 and 4-dior ht al'i"n1111''>11" formal the Falcon FuluraJdnor
quiet the round Ford tnillight la replaced by a modernistic hexagonal and lourdiiir: nedau a Ihe 13 no'1'"lron model I. Inrliidini
and ( ,
ride M smooth conditioner so lans with the crisp elegant look of the new Ford. Luxury Mjlmg I Is combined with a luxury a Station Bus and nub \\'PI\ ,:"". in roiir-dur, I hiii'ill p. a lIIo.d )or IH--I- ll.iidlop (nboNf). will be Introduced In Ford dealer
better and hi ride described as HO smooth and so quiet the heater and air conditioner fans had the Falcon series, and 2 and 4 bark Inriltop.) piiiH (he roiunlilileand : showroom"* on lriil.iSeptember, 21.
; bad M be moved from pasen.1 car 'because, their ln\\.toned whirr was distract dior sedans a 2-dior haidt .), ncrnverllble the nliilliin w.mm ..
because be moved Into the engine compartment
t gee ecmJartmelil: 10 above) feature an Interior of and a 4,door Hlalmiwaxou ;
aeries (
[, low-tomd whirr was distracting," ing. A luxurious new lord Galaxte obtainable 500 only LTD In higher-prirrd cars. Fix separate roof in Ihe Fiilnra wrksThe The ,i|'pi,jriini-e of the Mercury, 1'0.11hhlll'ka.\ ii\tnlini.| llii'in feint steering flllill i nut a nrw pnww
said. quality and style previously distinctiveness b 55 hutch m unlike any 1 preueteswr : 1 Irunmllll'd In ii .' MetrmKslem with hlll'lIralIt'1Il'/
Mf;Iacocca and exterior trim features to glee greater new 13! 'III"OIl will\ ( beliin ( passeiWer l
Interior ,
the l'J6frocd 1 > lines are offered with iniulfl, In di mmnted hv stun blwle- In design: and new powrr steering
Inluuir iiiiisneHs
"Eft n the key lor Inluduted lit Ford de'Ile' show lure < gte
pro I before. .
model than '
each of the 17 ever nod Hit, uiulullind
to tc'iidris .
like limit "
I[ ) ;are all new" Mr leuceareaid.e"They twoand four-door hnrdtnps, sedans, conxertlbles rOt n... on Friday, Sep:ember ?iTTte. :' Joined( III the ililui' iiiiiip.nl.' inimp Mheel dhiineler' is Inrr'aa.ed -
siiiul In
designed to be In- The complete line of 1985 Friday, side pom's, ir I mull tin. Milt\ II itdiitlion In Irom 14 lo M( ini'In" loniriInilinu 1-
f are showrooms
dealer on Imhelonmr
Ihu-e ,
introduced In Ford Mercury '
will be IIlIhl
and station (riniliiiinlul Slendei p.nkiiiK Itm'u.IT .
wagons belter hnkinR and
tented Into the lock cither side up. i Hum ir.iiiMiils-iin. liiiinil unit a iiu'sn-
[ liixiirloun in1'HH ,
r fat Bdellium, doors on all 1 1116) Fords September 25. .. and more most extinslveehanpe 'nt tin exlnme" edue txlend Irene rot Insiii niirl pinelDi'ller ,, brnke linlno life, Low-proHle
I 1111'
souls Talliill ,,
pit fenilei tup -
lo "
hiiniiur lire lilc
?wlll+be equipped with a keyless --------- ------ --- ol li.il.iniiil rolid si nue Inohl.iineil Him Itnullun/
--.var ; : In the 2G-\ear history e.il l.iilliKliU, trim Ihe wide. diunlunik
[lockfos system" i Ind dual rear spats In 11105\ Ford "New Sla1Iturd8-; of *rlde an ,I| all lusirmcr demands look. a great the car lid MI lli.d Ito crisp "rrurupiui'arvnee ( In' liu ri'imhm 11'end/ lo t 62 A new cnicuemy signal sy h'm.

nJui: ultra-modern six-tylindor en- : station wneons: Replacing the conventional quietness in the \15! Falrlane have' I j deal if ciiBiiH'prinii knott-him ," I'onecUid, devdiped, tutu nall- u' eimileiiienli| Ihe fiunliil '' hit'his' up one liuli. m Iroiil nnd wish puts front and rear partyIng
gins' rated at 1">0 hoisc,>ower third "jump seat! ,*' this been achieved through suspension aid Frank E. Zlmmt'l'lIIallord ed In Ihe Lincoln ('ollllll.'lIlal tr" i- si\linu iliarnc'ir I I two IniluK In inir, :New fumt and lights on a flasher cycle, Ita
powerful smoother' ullrf-mod new Division general: marketing num. I I reie siispeiihloini improve "loadahilit \u11oble! for all modelii. Anittlrcrn.id'lv
( lighter, more new design: affords comfortable redesign and an rn d.tion: the! new Mtiiuiv lirliiKu lithe iniltlniilliiil ,
lepiitiiiiiui i" nn .
[rwalnrf and more economical thin seating for four children In bite sound package," Mr. faux said atier/ medlum-pileed Held new' M.inrtHrds Mtuury'i : )', Hie dung shut haul Sill< feature Ii a meihiinlciilRw'lili

.ltfolhci; six-cylinder engine prcJykmsly rear of the wagon. 'New low-profile HTW-TT\ 'tlamlard ".\ careful blending dOlor\' of comfort und tiiKineiilniicxrellenic / for :(1'Uii':: rued will' :;: car Imporlanl In tieniilliined\ enuimer-I :::;I ;I piiislnn permit' tiimpliiinie( \ fore. mounted which turns on the the brake
In the Ford line- Fairlanea- and ul IIht'1I1h I ,' 11'11111llll'lb! eneiunlir pl.thl aim sl'P.liIala
; olftred ether features I on all l')6j\!) contribute poueiful I'nlllIt'l11th tmpl'Oll'd11'.lIIhml'hl,1I1 'I
of the '
Some many flume,
| heeds a list of additional owner. fir increased to a smoother quieter ride Rivet' the 1'lfii! Ful.eon ,11111 iiiKanui It 'loilv HUH uihMII load suifuts.1 Tin ( when Ihe car ileiclerulei.
curved side glass ,
arc : F.\en In Us styling. the Mercuryfur and Moiilnu Ihe nvi'r-
jbeMliti which Include ouch Items 13 a. well as to improved handling'Meucllminn lidded;! perdirminee and ul peimlin rear siispiiision I U H nets mil In, Hildiilun to Mcmny'i Ktlll'd)'
Industry's first ccntcr-luc- shoulder room, a percent the Kali'lane engine savings uf THi'i! resi'nibli'H llie LliuolnCYnlincnlal all design m'sin the hodv deep: Into' i t'lhhlllllllII dcnn! whirl duor links' an automatic, vaeuiim.imueied .
if| i'the reduction In the flour-lmuucl the K.iniLtim1. gas !! up with lt> clean, cl.Msii; Hie:II: mw; toriiie| box IrjiiuIn;:;: "liUK .
nlv standard- ,111'1' nth1 Hum tho leal dour link I Is available
lineup for 1165( Is a to 13 per tent. 4l\rt a s> system
,:1\ for greater prssenger ccmfort: e lock. cf elegance! and liunuililv( 'rcisinn the floor npnie' fill I lit .
( u,1| in the Mi'? automatic > 'cdun-!
recessed instrument panel with equipment 200-c'ublc-lnc.h Six rated The 15: Kulcon offers a 81.It',1I'n \ slit inga [ni nn ily Anil M I <
while Ihe
ut 120 hor epoll cr, The new The new Mercury hits a Ullmliwheelbaic unity Inl'l'IIII'i liemht I, einvImpoilanl', several additional Inches cf "lIv. uf \three engines, all avail. ul Hu IN de i irrt'a'd.
Is 2184-inihen In oui- our-till heluht/ our I
i if. scvenmainbeai'iiiiicrankshaft 1lt'llIalt'd1111'11 hue mar remind
engine has a In slirrIntf
1 -
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In the
y, j Register Now hug room spaciousness" for smooth operation able with cither Crulbc-0-Mallc or all k'UKlli( and fealuui mw' Iranu The torque bnx' I rune Inlikhler tfunllmied On Patio 12''
compartment'! and a Imhido' a irliilimi' In tivor-ull}
; uf I the
passenger and long tile. tliicc-npeed manual tranxmlsBli desluii, trout and tear nusiu'iisinn; / and ubnoibn more I __--, -=
f.. deeper trunk capable of holding -- -0- I
r For Annual Iwo-.ullcr suitcases In an upright Three V-8 engines of the famous |I --- 0oll_

position Falrlane design proved In the I _
l FAIRLANE Ford-powered Lotuses and Cobra'';
r PuntPassKickContest I ', olfered, ranging '
Most popular Intermediate-size sports cars are ,
f car on America's highways, the from 193 to 271 horsepower. Three. ,
Crulse-0-Matlc transmissionIs
Fairlanc Is completely restyled speed >t
I I 196and has available for the first time with / t
Inside and oul for -
'I "been given a big car ride to match all 1965 FairUne engines Including
PRIZES OFFERED Hi new big car look the new Six end the 271-horae. i iU iY
pover high-performance V-8.
"Falrlane-nze cart are Increasing ,
Boys 8. 13 Years I In popularity faster than any Three-speed manual four-speed.
other segment of the automobile manual and overdrive transmissions :
DO Laux Ford also are available to meet
G1LlZCAHRO I market, said E F. y p.
'nearly any preference for per.
Director Division gc'.ieral sales manager. I
I "This growth trim 4 per cent formance or economy.All .
FOR REGISTRATIONAND I of 1961 models to 14 per cent of1961's eight Falr'ane: models! Including
FUKTHLKINFORMATION reflects rising recognition two-and four-door
i and station wagons -
that Intermediate-sue cars alter hardtops
STOPIN I an Ideal! combination' of roominesswith will be Introduced In Ford dealer
TODAY AT a fuu.to,drlve size" showrooms on Friday! September

Mr. Laux said that the Fairlanc 25 I

Lasserre Motor continues' Its role as trend-setter FALCONThe
substantiallook rare combination of Improved
wider more
lines lor performance with In t leased
J Company 1965, and Forward-thrusting clean-flowing front fenders fuel eccntmv marks the tastefully worlds-

and! tasteful body sculpturing restyled! Ford Falcon!' fir: 15! Now look into the many
to natisly
I 1 add a lively note\ /_ "A determined effeQ .
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Chevrolet take Hi longest II ride traditional triple tailllghts an gives Increased shoulder rooir total of 16 power teams for 13. COIUETTE: America t Beautiful New Chevrolets for 1965
Into the due car field with Its 1!%;;; hooded and extend back from and entrance height plus more let spoils car olfeM ,in i u "
passenger car plu offorinj either side of the rear panel. Al rcflm In the rear seat ol spoil CHEVY II New styling refine- selling dt'vel"II)1I'111) 'tin, i% ,
the \\lde variety of luxury models models have a low silhoutte roof sc'ctan models, Ihe new dash pine] menu and a w.uer range/ of optional disc brakes on all torn \ilnc '* ,I'
and product features In III 34. line and curved side windows has recessed Instruments, Coisa power Is offered In the Chevy sl-ndnid emiirmei, :! "
year history. umvcrlib'cs I have tempered filisi and Minza models Including II, entering Its fourth year of ai. Two Sting nay niediU, i "
On display In dealer showrcojvCD rear windows. the !Moua; spurt sedin have trading the motorist who wants coii.eitioii? and a >liloll 'u>u ,,
Thursday, Sept, 24th will bt Beneath the new body Is an equally bucket seats in color-keyed, all- tasteful styling, economy and ease : again will be oflered. The In. ,Kmuneuverable ,' .
4$ modeli In five distinctive llneiof new chassis. A number of; vinyl Interiors. of handling, I 88-lnih \\whirli KIs \ ,
new Chevrolet!. Of these, 20( Improvements result In greater Among new body features for Chevy II will be available In continued, Corvette's ovei "all
will be "sport models" convert.Ibles ride and handling characteristics, 1965 are an Improved healer and seven models In three series, It I length Is 1751 Indie*. width i I'
and hardlopi. The 119-Inch wheelbase Is rela.n.cd ; defioster svnum, ventilated rock will continue Us 110-Inch 69,( Indies and spent) coupe li< _,iiIs
There are all-new cars In twc er panels, flush-mounted windshield base, Us 1829 Inch length (station 496 Inihes,
lines: i A "II Ide stance" chassis glvei I and rear windows and Improved wagons 1876 inches) and Us 699 I 11 styling, Corvette rHInes ilieaeitxlyiuiniic
The regular Chevrolet, long wider front and rear trend. The door locks, ('onvertlbll'l'oller :Inch width: The sport coupe height I design eif IK luimd
time Industry sales leader, muvei I rent Is wider by 22 Inches to atital all.l'll'Ctrlc top mechanisms, Is 54 ;Inches. sled.reinforced libll'jlla'K b<'d\'
to a new prestige plateau Kith the I width of 625 Inches and the Mechanical features Include an Fresh styling features Include anew I The long, sloping hood II.IH In en
greatest comfort and luxury oxer rear Is 3,1 Indies wider to a total Improved four-wheel Independent grille with single headlimpj I made smoother and tlieie uic ustlnctivc .
offeredThe of 624 Inches. Tin-re In Improved suspension) svslem and a wider design, a distinctive new roof and I vertical inline1 mr ehausc \',
Corvalr makes a drama I I full 1 coll suspension both front and tread fruit and rear for belter rear window design on srdan duets mounlid In I the tind
tic advance with Its first major rear, handling, There arc larger dia. models, restyled side trim and, an I ers behind the from "hl'l'IH ( ,u-
styling change in five years, A sturdv. new perlnuter' frame mecrl'ldl'l': biakes on all four attractive full-width cove across I petit Inn.t.vpp whed eivpn, add to
Customer approved design, will I prcvldes: the structural platloim wheels. the rear, the Corvette's spoil llavor,
slgnlllcaiit styling refinements. It for a new strut rod front suspenskn The standard engine Is 95 horse, For 1W5! the Chevy II offers Us I New luxury kc>noio I till' Inlir-
continued for the Chevelle, ChcvjII new llnk-ljpe rcqr suspension ; power fur all except Corsa madels. greatest number of engines lori with a redesigned Insliuimm
and Corvette lines. The Corvette and new parallel relay steering Others available are the 110 six power plants (one four 1'1111.1 cluster and choice of ten all-vim! 1 -'-.-- ---- -...----
also becomes the first American system horsepower version, a new 140 der, two sixes and three V8s, interiors with genuine leithei IIi p.tlonil LeadiiiE Ilie hi'auty parade erf l5! rll'1lls the panels. The new Impala Convertible features anlim
car to provide four-wheel disc Six engines >cne six and five horsepower) four barrel version The horsepower range Is from 90 I 1 In all ten tolirs: decant Chevrolet Impala I'oport <'ou|>e (above) with ;ird; folding; lop !ilh I :tempered glawrear window.
brakes as standard equipment, V8si are ottered, ranging in horsepower (standard on Corsa medds, optional to 300 and there are three trans.1 Tho new disc biake-t. me i"t'\' It,-i"it new lIo"injlillt'MIII'W( roominess snd a dislmrlive The ngiilar-Mze( ( hevmlt" I available in II modi I* I
; Among approximately 400 aoccssorlcs frcm 140 to 400 and incorporating on all others) and the 11)0) missions available. Total number >pc '"'" "'" vlil'"illv' I I.."il<. u e profile: Mvhsh\ i roof linen mid rnncd:: nidi-::r"indo In four series.. The public announcement dale for
and optional features a number of engine horsepower tuiboeharged engine of power teams offered Is 15, (Continued On late: I'm' blend with thetrait full) contoured cniarkr I all (1IIl\ftJll'\.bllillln."n" 1'f ram IN N plembcf :24.!
available on 1965 Chevrolets Is Improvements, rour' transmissions available only on Corsa models,
the first FM stereo system offer aic available and there Is a total Three transmissions mo avail'ible,
cd by an auto maker Another Is a choice ol 16 puwer teams. I Power teams total 11, I
telescoping steering column to I The two Corvair Greenbrier
" give greater driving comfort for CORVUR Chevrolet's! pop- rports wagons ore continued In now! the beautiful shapes for 'OS
Corvalrs and Corvettes ulnr small, sperts-tvpe( cur makes I \!NiII: IIh inly identification chan
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, mark, S. E. Knudscn, gonc-ril For I'Hi1)'\ Corvnlr Is linucr, car WUH a eniiek luvoiile with :
, I manager, declared, I wider and liwer, while ollcring In. the milorlst, recording JIM,(loo :
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"For 15, Chevrolet: Is keeping creased'inline\ power It retains sales In Its lust midil year.Ftr '
! pace with the public's growing Its KiB-lneli plus\ the 1'lfii! the Chevelle line I 1M ;'J LI'f..n..va" -: -
preference for prestige II transpor.tation I air-eonlcd. I ear-mounted engine cxpmdcd to 12 models In lour ", : ;.,,..; _"-,,' .
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1 features to fit Individual needs," built cars.Corvaii's. continue its 113-Inch: heel base. It
he said, mrdil lineup for 15! 'receives a longer, more graceful
Following are highlights of the emphasizes Im'reaped sportlncss, 'look by the addition of 27 Inches
t five members of Chevrolet's "family" Pillar sedans and the coupe hive for an over.all length of !16! In.
( for 1965REGULAR: I been dioppid. The seven new models ches (2014 Inches for station wagens /-
" CHEVROLET are either ccnvcrtiblcs or two- i. Width continues at 746 in.
The top selling line Is an entirely and four-door hardtops ches but some models are more
new automobile for 1965, It Is the I A new top-cf thc-lino scries, the : than an Inch lower sport coupe
1 most luxurious .car ever offered Corsa available In either con. height! Is 52.8 Inches, I
. by Chevrolet vertlble or sport coupe: replaces In stvllng' tho 15 Chevelle has r
i Fifteen models In four series I the Spyder models. The I turbo, a fresh fiont end design, There Is I II
I stress a bigger car concept The charjcd engine, available only In I a new hood, grille and bumper
new Chevrolet Is longer by more Ccrsa models, Is Increased from I and fenders black-accented on all models grille plus for a II III rl'{ l"or, lower, \\MiT, -v'lli rmnTiirtt tliatll in trninrnt pind t1nla n rnmrwiiJnn': piece, lit 1

. than wider three by m Inches Inches(110 2131 Ho 796 Inchelll In.) I II 130: There to ISO Is hcrsepouer.a smooth. International : the special Mallbu Super Sot: WVl*-'j*/ ]11:1\1',: manY'111|, 1'\I"'n'| ,',,rt<.mleiing, vliy it f.ul, jn-l iilnnil ('\t'r, Iltinll'* new" rittltt ili>mi In '

I ches) and one inch lower (to a flavor to the new Con air body I The rear end features !:modell'l ..."u.' Y1f!': l"1' l''v' "f''tlll'lII' lir"1' '"r" K'l"'l''r' '' r''III.' 1111'' r"-, .\11,11'\1'11' 'tltllt11' MI"'II1I"WI'r\ l"'<'aii o

1 sport coupe height of S4.1 Inches' which Is linxer by three Inches lights and a new rear .........'0 mote: le'g rociiuii|> Lout. CimcJ: tiJu \I.iuJUIII tliu Jtl-buiuuili lido j ii btuuuiLer Uiau mr.Merc's : : .
. than 1964 models. I (to 1833 Inches) than the 191)4 There Is also a new optl-inal black 4'GS
) Interiors offer greater roominess Corvair, and wider by more than'I vinyl roof cover for sport coupe
r three Inches more shoulder two Inches ito 697 Inches) and I models. I
roam plus Increased leg rcom, I slightly lower the spoil coupe Adding. tn Chevdle's' ride and
'1 both front and rear Floor tunnels helRht IH 51,3 Inches, handling for 15\ arc added both'
} are substantially smaller The luggage \ The front end slant! illghtlvforward / InsilutUn, solter front springs
compartment has a flit door I retilnlng the 'no giiile"Coivair rubber-mounted front end sheet
for easier loadlqg.I trademark 'isiKmfylng a metal and Improved rear
\ The all-new styling features an rear oiiKlnci, Dual licadlluhli' uierecessed. slcn and new the sues, ;\: SUIIX'II'I
* entirely new look. Square front I !. Front and rear decks uiy I Is available in Ihe q
\ fenders sweep through the body taper gent:y downward, Hear rut-f- I range of rptlons und a<'
Into gracefully contoured rear lines are linn, particularly tn There Is a wldir ranRc! eif pow.er '
, quarter panels, The grille Is tram. sport coupe) modi la, A (II"tlnctivcfullwidth : Uams a thiTre'rf five enRlins '
, ed by deeply recessed headlight cove lint l Is indentedfrom I
The rear deek Is flit with a sides to ec'itcr' hiuses (win with a horsepower range Ironi 120
slight downward taper to a full- tailllghls and license bracket. to 300, Four transmissions. Including I
\ width rear bumper Chevrolets The redesigned Corvair Interior ;I Overdrive, are oflered, with a
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Tli-po mMi* ihi'' "''K|| .... """" !'!, ? !!! !!, ?! ?!'! i ?!! !: !Iiiili! 1111! y p iIunnliiiuthiululngunu.nidtauulalw.uhuuuuunmliiu"II'1 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED'y8D0U
of AW commltU'Mvr
to thr'.rll"n) |
( miihirltM' mlt-r the in" l
hit' Tsai ('hlln,.... are: ill to w'"c,!;v nol.4-
t"'nl,1lI a .v"ar utiwH. term REG 411 EA. Betty Crocker Lem, Vel, White. Yellow, Devils. Food
rf rf'irc Irntfrl rf 'the **'Mti<. 1. 100
year term1: ''lit'> provln, that a 3-1.
county e'mmlttppmsn! They not Cake
none mfir thun thr.. conwitlvetcrmi. EXTRA *
provlcimly,, there wee no
llmltii'lrn, on the mimlxr of term REGULAR 2/35 THRIFTY MAID ALASKA OR LARGE W-D' Broad Breasted

county tpmmlttopmrn! by nil romrniuiHv SwestPeas 2 : 25 TURKEYS
rommll'nrmpn' prrwnt at .
the'ro'''''v ermppilon riihcr thin,
bv HIP chnlrmin or rich ctimtniinllv REGULAR 99 DEEP ) WITH COUPON
fomm tic", in hot been doneIn #86 BELOW
the. pnBt The! third rrovlH'iriwill | Butter-79' & PURCHASE
.nnt affect countP, | .thnt err r 9 FROZEN
not dlvldi"! Int1 rrmrn"mltlcs fur OF A 4-LB. 3.
ASC administrative' purprme LB
These now nn f-rturon will not
the 1W1 ASC rommilti'O elc". '
UiS. DrA
tlnn now being rrmnlctrd In all 'JjIJZEN FOOD Sw1fC$ SIZES S TO 21 LBS.
minuet throunhout Florida ilw1thi ,, A
>y do not become effertlve until Premium
1 after January 1, JOfiJ GRADE
The chnnRei!: are deslsned to ASTOR FLORIDA CONCENTRATE
;tvc more continuity" and RtabllltjrD
nnlleles In AK4 cm*. CANNED
( operating Thin In nit of the ewi.tinnlnu '. 6.0z. 99
tv offleoB Juice 5
'f.fcrtlvp Or'ge ;
!! proeowi to mnke more HAM
one rf tlip ARC! former-
committee "vo't'm' In brat admin
Istratlon of the Federal farm pro.( MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH llll SALE

:jrnmi.Insider: to M'ah'lnh' n ntsfcer.d .. Fruit Pies. COCONUTi Family .1.l.TASTE

,..| twin" c>->mtv of offlop('rmmll'rrtr'll'n.durio iv tem for Meetng -; f Swift Premium

'the election to he held In llfil
\ 'clutch for O" SEA BREADED PERCH ORHaddock. Ham
one member will be Can W-D BRAND CHUCK
"1 year term, cm* member far a I- ,
year term and a third memlipr 2 LI 99'APPLES :
for a Syc'-r term, Thereafter one PKG. 48
member will be elected each yrnr Roast lb.
for a term of three yean.


\ New Chevrolets CAN

Roast 58
I (Continued Frcm POliO Nine) PERFECT FOR TH05E :

and completely self! .odjimtln) < SCHOOL LUNCH BOX .
They Jiln the host of Ionia, ) mechanical SANDWICHES r' W-D BRAND. BEEF'SHORT < *" &In Ir +>- **Ii d.
make '"
features which Si
Corvette no rilnlinellvc. '
Fir inn1;, Cor\c'te: offer on ad.
emtinf Ribs IbPkpl
dill' n,1 3":>0 h rsrpcwrr .

cringing Van with III a total h"rsl'Jlowrr engine to range five Red Jonathan. Franks 11 69?

froM 2:;)0 to the fuel Injection 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH C"p"d87 Below GROUNDSausage
equipped 37S hnrncpiwcr enRlnc.Three ,SUNNYLAND fp .) t'aiumlmiloni are! offered.,
giving! a t'.LI (f eight ptwcrtcam Lb. 39: Beef55195SWEET

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For lin, Chevrolet offer( Rcustrmili 39* PALMETTO FARMS CRANBERRY
15 culin 13 of them
new on Chevrrlets, ChevcUcn' Salad. 29
Chevy Hi and Cuvairn' with "f *, LB. ,J > fr?
nine two.t no crmbmallnni: (tcprndlra 49JUST L '
on the mmlil! Cirvbtlci BAG

dlstlniUve arc clforcd colon In: a, choice of tljh( Cheese .i pub:, 45': t' f,. LGr I

N.w in nil in-dels! will be 0 rl 1 }
two.key 1 Ink< system ns added, pro PERCH '"' .I COFFEE
tullni nralnsl! \<'lik'c ticft: With FOR r- ,
,JUST THE Fillets. Lb 39l
it vlll lie Hie IIIIIIIII.n I! > nf a four. THOSE SCHOOL LUNCHES :
piixlUm i Unl!, n owitili lu all mil Astor
dilv iL
1 1'111! :Klul h, hrh' HI"ii H again4 a : ..
1'ctla' III! ail (h,'vi-JiH (ifr 11115. GREEN
lit('( iiiinin( ,lid<', i:I"'IKS:i luhiltatinnis \ t BTAMPB I.LI,
I c'tiv ((>,,0)U,) nulls or mx niiinthH
and inline! uI ilnni'.c inch' ansi Yellow Solids CAN 591
mills 1,1' fit d lIn )H. JUICY PERFECT FOR SCHOOL LUNCHES iNACKSBartlettPearslO

---. -------- ." ,>, ... 69; '." /f MARGARINE:1..f ,j 'l'{; .,' !\.t: ,

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Ii : :, Ii 1
It ..'* 1 1U
I q
) Chase&SonbornREGULARLY

Onions 539 BL ,; .. .,

\ LB.10'
(f 1.LI.
A SilMCr I.I \', n' I II.,uif ul ",hri.., 69 WI stir
Your I...al Mr..5, d I solely, not UKllumU 4.49 tj
., ,,
)1.,1.! I \ un..uA ,, $Jut Potatoes i ; '

1HU!: EYELIDS I i 'y EXTRA EXTRA I EXTRA ( 814)) e (
The cyilils tin cOlllllmeJ of I GLEEN STAMPS oI1'.1f( GREEN STAMPS dyf,M Irv.W. Mr ww+Nr ,,
oI1'1", .,.. wY? ,..I" W,9NN.MYr ., 1 '
Aleviouhi i ON'
dtlnuU and iilialjle\ 01011I. D
Two P... OO"N ONI C 01 rR 0 TAHNOW Ill. (
kmitt' hey are Mill A
ORrl pp.r .
cyiUII that ciuclnpc. anI prulect theUue I'I'r, ( Waffles KINO nitli! DOW 2/NYILAna/ 760 1 tj( hLOOMPleNlt Luncheon Ir.Meat f4h. (.. 0000 BlakcHp THO" 11rttMItR trN REGULAR 2/25 STANDARDTomatoes. f. YM,.
GOOD T."u IlrrtM/R
to their exposed pomlion, 0000 TNRUnr1YUR tlrN r 1' '
the r cluU are' mliject toiiici.luiiii.al ell 113 0000Y W'.N' olio' t
> .. .
.T .T WINN Inn
piwHihly and rriiuiing I |iliiniiial 1.la'leIurllrry. mjunn ATiNr WIN"loth c""S 10 1 F.,4.'JI. .

The delicate Ikill o( EXTREXTRAh
the vyiluU play be ullrrxic to EXTRA I .
rubntdnremitt a* luMnctici Urotedlclne GREEN STAMPS dh( GREEN STAMPS dyl M I.a wNawNr REGULAR 63* HELLMANN'SMayonnaise
ionic surgcjl'uleJ 1 in|iroceJurti tie rye \Vhil art ,,::.Ir.-T; : :: ; RYNN1aM "'"c;:': :,,--:'='"r ONI ItCHACHIN'' GOOD or Poa.CMoCO .leI'l. O -
amoiiK the tiniplrst( when are' 1- .AiI """MIUM CANNII) ( Family Creme
cunipln'itnl and,1 require| the. Cake 89- Ham 'Z" 0000 TNRUhrrtMnRaYN 49moo'
uoI skill nf the uphilulmologut I l'r QT.
Utmt! 1
ami honors the 111"'lie of mirKconhnull the ryehdi. :': 0000., :: :,:;;:,: e 3 IT INY WINNDIxII old AT ANY NINM M" e10 '

are remoxe nut roiiiin Audi I tuiimri: ;,,Operation furmrrly::: to I moo' EXTRA I REGULAR 59' BLUE OR WHITE ARROWDetergent
wan a painful; ttli.i, but "uhinjection" EXTR EXTRA I
of \anmm new. anew i I I I STAMPS d1( GREEN,.,.,. STAMPS
,4.'JI. GREEN STAMPS d7( GREEN ant r NwYwrONlPrD
thetici, pain' it flu UniKff a* ..MI,. ._ wNr ,,M.w w.+AUVMr 48IT J
important' (ai lor, 'I'he turgeon I I'[ 0. :'.ON'.. CMI t LI PRe. WO"TH II 00 DR OP MDR ANY G'OIROlN ,.
may make an nui-ion m thunder PUKI aAR t O w D rjitMGround d Candy'
' 1 lurfate uf the hit and Sandwiches I 99< ( Beef
k remove the tumor l hy ctirettam tar" ,!, DOOa TNRY 1rTMIR II/N ;
I OOOO TNRY {trrMIIR alrN GDOe TNRY {[rTIM/1R !Ia'Mqtrimr.iiol.1! ? ;'''!'!: Eii!! !"???'!"?"!
unit other e91
or icrapuiByHt> ''! I J.' ''i
growtlu In tlie( eyel:(In are removed .. W"N DNII, e/1 rndTANYYMNNIIIr AT ANY WIN"DIRII : ;;; ; ,?!:?!!!??t! !?
q in muth the uine uun
ner al imall (tuinori
In I the aged three are lame ;
person eyelid whole i.i rxietxue skin uf( and the To Eal l" (

eyelid upper hangl drooping down ii a over 7P( ot the uf the eyirlailiei.Thu whit upper'itl ne. Sma/if Place To0.. .. For flood Things

ptotu Thin condition
known ai 1
i b can, wrgteat be corrected rimuftr(In mUll of eactiesW4 man lij@HmiHi'::?:!I:: !?!';TODD, r I a1N'litiiilimtilii: !!!
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> 5 Oldsmobiles Placed On Display At Reynolds' : i' \ J : ) ) <'nU Q'-I. L

: "
Oklnmrblle In Introducing a ncu' rqulipixt) with n varlililiin' i i .. air-
fill.M/O| product line fur IKi! alert piifirininie: M even di I Auld
culled the l>tlti H8. The mw I1H Inn weed snot tn I'llInlll.11'. p I : ,1
I (
: '
along' will: all ether IM OIKino, thl'lIl1':I: divnslillt" II ,ul ilttx i i | i <.|f
6t,' e MM 1 bibs. will be on display ul Itiy H>dm. .Mallei dud' rotor. 11"1' >> : :/ i ,
folds Motor ('0. Thw +day. Sep lor atldix. aa'ity In diunhlU h ,
tinilxr. 24 It was onnoumid In I !Intf, \ l I ); /

day by W, W. HiviuililMJlMksliiK "In 1Ildilif'n to I the. n\n I il lit
.exlDa ( detail of the m'w of tin Iliilm I 1I.\II'II.l\1nll', (' It I ) I (
: i i (
,.. ._ tr 0 ilann Idr'a.: (leva Ubi 14111 till Hurold mli-vlm," kiiil, Mi't >.il I. "(lid. I
I J MI. N. :l1'I liil. Old>>", "llIlv'l I KIIItial : I I' rule dr Ih(' first! time" In ill I I I I ( ) In
r l \ .
+ iiuuiitr and a vice uusident j'l In ill 81'*, JilMai. I mil' ';111'1 i I ) | I 'I.H.
t 1 Dili, a AH in n itlninorniiH m'* mtmiii I teanoml..lun.I hulls I \ i| | \i I I \ i I :, I, I In.
cimiianlnn In lily I Dvnnmlc HI, mid c l'Iml/,1, In nil m'srv." '1 \ I I i

these ni '(Ms. nit 1111 wllh tin Jet He ml"il thou i I'M' 'r muh( :M \ ''
lar t I. Starlit and 911: arc dc'''!'i'i ili.-muu! IlId'ld I a : : 1 | 1,
prwrn.t by our recently d"vihprd I II franc for InecTHil. ,I ,ili'ldilv .| ,
) "
4:1 ruble: (:mil Si per :Itukv' I Iniprrv: Mnlill I U Fri I III Cud I I (, i ,
mil IIP Unmul with i brand new Htiptinlinn) '"e r"\\ lv 11..1.l
Turbo ll>dra.Mjlic lrjnsnii sun! ': for btltu ride pod Imilllnt \ ,
fir the mast Inttantancoisly> toep I new clmsln no cohere' w I
:7 mlve performance In the dlv.I 1 '
front h"nltrs en tie l\nnm'e t
: I...rn'. historyFurtlurmcre. ',
I Delta BH a, JP"tsr I pad cir,1.('.
,"' Mid hid 11'11. I frr gieiter brake 1 Iir;: ,, On the I
I Ihe COIl1p1''ely new and roomier I both. front und rear brake II ,
bodies of all our full.all* Oldsmo I have. been Increased '. :
j bile. Including the Jeutar 88, arc 'An especially Important I |
dramatically reotyled with curved I for the benefit of our euslomtrMcte4
aide window glass and new roof said "la the .extra roi
t 1 lines) In all models. I Inesa built hilt n'l I CI.,171',)' d
"SrI'Ita klfntlllfaliiin In the mobiles frr 19"'5'n! >.t ,11 the I,. ; .
tire line if ljf! Olikniublli. '1'11'1 (crier dlnunslins hive him !
the. h -Bj's oa. up to 111.* !Ull'i alii 1'1(, sl'd.'Jlh Klioildir. rim ", ( : I : :
32 mixk.li. Mil*'11 added. ",u example, nearly: four liuhm '( (
mire primwinid Hum ever, Our I ft
'I'-Thl. IH 1945'n dt'ulere willdinplny, duns puhlu lyon I t '
the Impressive new Oldwrnoblle BOTTOM nixtl.cthfly new for the And hat lie millmnd. '
star 88 Holiday (iidan with its roomier, Delta 8H, a deluxe companion to the Dynamic! 1 :lurscuiy. bXenilKr| 24."' design cf tluHI mu' are Inn i I 'I. :
iklnjly styled body, ilmmned chassis, 88 The Holiday ('oup shown !I. one of three M,'t/.rt dcsorlbo'l: the new SupirI I milled UI 11" Inen(ise tm u ';
fire Rocket engine!: and optional JrlawaymmiHHMin miHltU offered All ire powered by Oldomuhile'aIMW )'irket M a bigger! more "owt'r.1 I cipacltv In the limk by up li' I : ;
One nf Awe J..tntar M bode" 423 euble Inch !super Racket fnglne within ct.bc: fiet" t ;
lea. the Holiday Sedan dixplaya I awwpinjr optional Turbo Il>dn-Mitie trinmniiihlnit. ful engine of lightweight cislliondriliin I C
rout line. 1'h" J. tstar di4 ii a lower prltodpamon The graceful tapered design of the Holiday i.nfiine dlsiilaccmint) ha I I Meted nlin rrpirtnd! lint I ( ,
to lice Lijuamlc kS ('oupe la complemented by a newly I funhiiiniilile. been increased by 8 percent! I tank capacity hind been l"rrr :
interior with a sporty new front teat, with a.pht Mctfil said, "ytl engine Heitihlho to 23 B-ill m I" penult! 1 hi, nur \ )
back and dropping center arm rent. < been subslantlally rriliudTeamed I terva's! brlwcin( ril, ,illna M | ; '
ullh the new Tuibo 11diaMitic >'. I I diirlue modern turnpike Il'a\'l'l.I IA ( I
transmission, I ho pr ,I styling and conifoit Inn
lormanrp of the 423: : cubic huh rl. n for !1116'!( IH a new slil| -
Super Racket IN w'nsntlonnlllll I fruit sentllh n 1 lal'lc': ,
linrsi.po\;er ratings Ironi 310 to 'i arm ,lent dmlKnul fur HUM \ ( .
3iO. the new engine will greatly like the. openly link of, bill
: '
enhance the outstanding rcputatlinOlilsmcblle seals When the 111'11rl' t Is
rW r+ r baa already earned In cd. II provides the extra ulll!.ly
the performance field Alert, cf- a bench teat The mw t type /
fogless response to even a alight It standard on DJIi 8H ,
vte Increase In throttle opening la the'I sedans and coupes and in the ,
r+ ,o iA a mast alfinlflcant engineering ad. i H" llday Spurts sedan ciitipc. :
vanccmuit In our new can and U cinviilible, I
s s r ,i v Immediately apparent to the drlv Ano!her striking! change In '' (
J et'." (terror decor;' Mtt/el said, "Is I

__ _,_ _.__ .... _, .. tic laid the new transmission U Irutrumint panel with large,
u -- ..- .. --.- ..-. ..- -- -- .-- -- -- -..
spirited Oldunnbile Cutla! for 'C5 hat takena ular Spoor coupe one of three F.RS CutliitimudcN .
new appearance with new exterior molding" A Cutlass 315 horsepower engine, -. '
I bumper( grille, head lamp, bind, nornper combined with the imonlh Jitaway traminiiiiou "t' I.I I.

and tail ligUi, Shown abtwe it UM pop (optional), provldei exhilarating performance. off fI" eht 1' th ($, Slt l.J/o'kPi Acl (1h./ ( I ( )/ (.. f/Ier) / ,<; where the (W//O/M.S./ / J.rJ.
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e Introducing the, Rocket Action Cars! > '

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, "BIG 3" CAR SERVICE "t/,'

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1. Align Front Wheels. s7.49 7 y

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2. Balance Front Wheels s3a4931t N .k h a, a ;/Iii .

Adjust Brakes. sl.19f I i

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/ bought separately.............

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THIS 9'5 IFOR w I f' tl, I I fD j j '


ONLY Any CrIcan SERVICES Notice Ito \\nngt. h.w'r. wider "proportion And
1m'|.rwwl/e' new IIn..... Insiili, now" luxurlm and
Parts extra If needed eomforla everywhi,' you I"k I r:ven n,In ni'w,

from view Great Olds Dynamic 88! Ihiinkn to unoiilhir-thinvir\ ailioo-G'nnt' | ,(
Slight extra charge for cars with air conditioning every e. uxwnHlon| And JUlit wult till y'u .

tie 4 ..culllc.ln'h. 110.h p. Su|,,,r !Koikit V.III!
I l'I.k from nil eke Dynamic( MX, InrludinK tl,...-.
mw top-lit'.tliH-wrli.ii il"'luxe I(1..1111) 8t mod, h,
Battery failures are expensive! V FAMOUS MAKE


before you start your Vacation Trip r AS LOW AS .. 6 Volt Each. Plus a whole new Olds

: C"- \ \ Rocket Action lineup !
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-- Them' plenty to RK enellnd about I In Old for

\ fire. .font De Luxe Champion '651! The Nlnuty-Hitht: mrlri" l la more el"gant
than ever, The Starfire anil JtUtnr\ I boast a
"I'' "=- II. 370 h, makra
ry m w p Sturflrn V-8 that going
Whitewalls: : NEW TREADS i 'i OliU. an porn uporlUr! proportion! Jttntar M,
t VI oIII-Crul.r, t'.IIG-whlli'v.r! you Ilkml !about
t, ti aualAna oN aoumo 1111i aonsu on ON YOUN own Ttnsa thfm bi.fore you'II like evi,'n latter\ now See your
JMreral. HOI.'DA'f MOAN Old,miiliiki. )
Uealer-aAm tin adios' U
::1. I:

4 4949 a m \ I

Plus tax and 4 trade In tins of gene alas oft your ear.

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I MAC eueraM ,vitrt.CewuA NOLDAV, COUPE


r '118 (Atlantic Are. Phew 2(14482 I ::: REYNOLDS MOTOR C133ehSeI ; ;


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Page Twehe! News-Leader, Fernandma Bench, Floi'Ida-Thursday, September 24, 19641 '
$750: Resident County $2,00: Res.
dent Other Than Home County oOtrS Op

. Lasserre .To' Show New Line of '65 Model Fords Friday F'TA nit $4.50 Non-Resident: Non.Resident 10-day Annual$11.50;f26 Rest-,SO: 7

t dent and Non.Resident for hunt- j
',continued FronT Page 71 I Mercury again' offers lit husky speed manual trunsmlssiins to ing on licensed hunting preserves
right mile an hour, are offered I I 340! .cubic.Inch dlsplicemont V.n suit ill driving ccndllloi and ,
only $3,50.Commercial
Il t liso. Safety belts. are Installed at engines ai standard In ill models driver preferences, Horsepower
Die factory and may bt obtained I They ore teamed with ttaniluid raiiKcs from 2">0 to 30:! A higher I I
with reels so they retract when I II three.spprd manual transmlsul pirfurmancc optional engine/ Of'I4J" I banks have chosen
I lot In use, three'spied automatic and fuir .cubic-Inih( dlsplaceminl Is av. newspapers as (their primary advertising .
-'- tillable, with two four.barrel car- I I
w w medium for the 19th consecutive .
bin tors It Is rated at 423 horsepower rda""s } ,
f b< 115. year
The accelerator pedal Is suspended a ? .. j
allowing greater flexibility JACKSOMLLtJ MOROCCO TEMPLE PRESENTS' A I
of foot angle and eliminating Mercury for 1065 has three inches more wheelbase and over-all length and WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR II II I tHAMID
binding and dirt collection which styling which imparts a look of elegance and formality, as lustrVted by I
occurs with, conventional pedals this Park Lane four-door bard top, Crafted In the Lincoln! Continental tradition, it| -MORTON ,
attached to the floor bas a new torque box frame and rigid body design with coilslrlng) rear suspension i L NEW SNOW :
An Interval selector windshield for greater riding comfort (

wiper which provides Intermittent *, ..&,. :
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actlin for Hunt rains and contln-

won wiper action for cli wnpnursIn able are many options Including "
standard on the Mintclulr, Park air conditioning, reclining passenger "
Lane and Colony Park and op. seal with headrest, and a ''I

A new look of size and motion la combined in the 19C5 tirnil on other models An adjustable safety.convenience control panel j'Us ONLY t : 'I'I'SU11' ,' ;
lilt .steering wheel Is avail. I
A linking innovation is the
falrlane, restated from bumper to bumper for the first se-
able as a driver convenience icntlal turn signal for the I
lime tine Id introduction three yean ago Although new rear fATt
styling makes the middleweight rairlane look bigger, it Interiors( arc styled to match Ve! Irng, rectangular six.frame / 1p1SA 1
remains about the sift of the 1976 Ford! on the outside the exterior In attractive fabrics lallllght;: area lights/ up two frames ,la. lLCO P00C.nler /
and the list Ford on the Inside. Improved ride and economy I and vinyls, with leather as a Park at a (time, moving rapidly to right : MeIO" "" also
; new low-profile tires for greater directional stability, Lane option, The feeling! of spaciousness I INI or left t9 sngnal an Impendingturn laaR MpflNEES O''Ae Is ar.oD i
Is heightened by Mercury It has the effect of an animated SN oWS
better traction and longer life; significantly improved Interior I hPI rids N''iNl Tleha ear ,1 Colle.Ye
quietness; alternators and automatic chokes standard 's swept.away Instrument panel I ..Y arrow pointing In the dlrtHllui ,, PerNn 011.13 /
on all engines; and a complete line of options Including I containing a full mime of well- of the proposed turn
low-cost air conditioning are features of all 1965 Fairlanes organized and clearly identified All t Ilircc models of the 1963
Including the Fairlane Sports Coupe (above). conliols and gauges In a generous Thunderbird *jA hardtop, landau
Eight Fairlane models hardtops, station wagons and I' padded, rectangular housing.A Y and conurtiblV.(... will be Introduced .
sedans will be Introduced In Ford dealer showrooms deep.well trunk Is gained by A third Mustang model the "2+2' faslbaik joins in Ford dealerships Friday,
Friday, September 25. rm tinting the gas tank vertically hardtop and romirlible Mustangs announced as the first September 25.r'' Le Ad.., 55,0.0 Tikpkon IS1.2041MMORMANCtS
Room Is created for an additional of its 1003 cars by lord Division last April The new
two-suiter, and It Is caster to load Mustang provides heating fur four old-down rear seats as. Del/. 2-1 00: f M S.t. 0,5. I-J 00 M, fun, oar, e-1 00 P.M. "
because the trunk sill Is lowered permit added \luggage Including skis and other lengthy New Hunting Rules fat Oet, t-I 00 F M. tot 0.1. I-S:10 t.MKtMfvW sue, 0.1, -s.00 P.M.

th 5.4 Inches equipment to be carried inside the ear with driver and Ores M fed. tl C.lh.nm 5w OHk, Ur N Sher Th., 1
v:' ;.Y Mercury for 1105! Is si> new that passenger Functional air louvers styled into the rear roof And
The quartcr-pnnrls provide un efficient, flow-fhrouth ventilation Regulations
('\tn the keys were ihuiud - ---
free from Mind noise
system for vvindmv-up driving
twill on both sides of the Mercurykey
Identical so lint It can be and drafts In nearly all kinds of weather, Continued at At Judges'
are County
put Into the Ignition or door lock standard equipment on all Mustangs ore such (Spurts and, If You Want Cash Fast 1j 1\\
bucket scats molded lon
down" luxury features ai n> carpeting, ,
upside floor mounted shift for both manual and automatic trans TALLAHASSEE Sportsmenwill '
MUSTANG, announced in missions, all-sinyl 1 interior, padded Instrument panel, and llnd that Klc rlda's new hunt- You Should Visit G.A.C. : :
Tho Mustang
full wheel covers, Ing rules and regulations have anew
hardtop Kid Division and convertible as tho first model of by Its The new Muslims "2+2' joins the 1903 Mustang hard Irok and provide public huntIng .
to top and convertible models la lord dealer showrooms rrl- Information as well as huntIng .
1965 cars last April, continues
make news with an added third day, September 23 regulations The new regulations Stop thinking a loan is hard to get.
are available at the offices((
4 r, model the "2+2" fastback ------ -- -- I of all County Judges and theirI Under the G.A.C, plan, the cash you I--

"The Mustang Is already the All Mustangs offer as stand. new stand irds of comfort and I authorized license agents v need can be In your hands d'
I most successful new car line ever and equipment I such spurts and elegance. According to A, D Aldrich, director '
unique I almost ask for It.
Introduced because it offers a as soon as you
and luxury features as bucket Keulsmolded "The llfij/ edliin' if the Thunderbird Game and Fresh Water
combination of the sporty
e nylon carpeting, floor- maintains the of Fish Commission, the hunt.
'q Donald N pattern new <,
the practical, said ,
mounted shift for both manual and
evolutionary change but adheres Ing regulations were adapted from '
9/j eral trey, Ford Division, "Now assistant, with gen.the automatic transmissions, all.vinyl closely to the T.B rd's basic slyl. the Florida Wildlife Magazine and {" ... And you may repay gradually; 'k >:
manager Interior. padded Instrument panel, Ing theme;' said M. S McLaughHn Include color Illustrations of the Kam;" '" over.tonlperlodoftlme."j\: ; < ,,<' : :.: i
becomes ;
2+2 model, It even moresporty
and full wheel
covers. assistant general of more popular birds and
&& & and more practical" manager game
& Mustang options available to the tho Ford Division, Ford Motor animals
Js Florida. Mr, Frey said the new Mustang >erformance.minded Include a se. Company, "The new Thunderbird The new sixteen publication .
: provides seating for four added Fold- cctlon of three V.8 engines with fresh styling and engineering Improvcmenls I provides general page statewide loom up la IftOO ;
down rear scats permit up to 271 horsepower 4-speed evolved from the out. regulations for both native and
after luggage Including skis and transmission, quick.ratio steering, standing features of Its predecessors migratory game and Information
swim beer
a is a natural I carried other lengthy Inside equipment the car with- driver to be Rally.Pac with tachometer and I'' and location of the 30 wlldllfemanllg'n1l'nt G.A.C. FINANCE :

clock, limited-slip differential, and New owner.benefit featires of areas; Information'
and passenger a special handling suspension and the 1965 Thunderbird Include I on special hunts plus detailed CORPORATION
On hot :
a kuinmcr Jay' a dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully "The new Mustang 2+2 also sports tires
Front disc brakes maps and regulations of the five
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refreshing Equally refreshing uhcnjou're raving afterwards features functional air louvers The new Mustang 2+2 Joins J the Sequential turn signals Florida conservation district. Is YOU AMOUNT cn .
with friends is 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONtHS 12
a of beer
hearty glass Thcre'lllardl another bev. styled Into the rear roof quarter. .
) 1963 Mustang hardtop and con Convertible dime light, designed for easy reference by
rage! around that suits what do for lUll much panels for an efficient flow S 15.00 S 5.06 S U7 S 7.55
jou) as as beer vcrtlble models In Ford dealer Keyless locking system sportsmen Trapping seas:ns and
Camping hiking or just lounging on a lawn cliair-btcr brings to through ventilation system," Mid showrooms Ft day. September 25'j Reversible keys. regulations are also Included In 160.00 S 949 10.79 t 1.67 16,11
each just the right touch of extra good living Mr, Key, permitting: window-up\ I THUNDERBIRD the new publication 425.00 2486 28.35 3069 42.50
I and I Options include an AM/FM: radioon
wind noises
free from .
lour familiar glass' of beer is also driving fiThe AldrIch reminded hunters that 600.00 .'.34.3IJ 39,3A. 42.66 59.33
s pleasurable reminder thatwe drafts In nearly all kinds of weather 1J65 I iTd Thlndcrilrd? begins whit'h all fuse buttons may be
live m a lund! of personal frccilom-and that our right to enjoy ." the second decade of styling used for AM or rM operation, a they may now obtain the new I "
!beer and tic, if we to desire, is just one, but an important one, of The new, smooth.flowing roof : and engineering leadership furl I IAm'rica'i electric antenna power.\cut win 14.63 hunting license at 308 Atlantic Avenue
those personal freedoms. down, a vacuum deck.lid release. of all and orncel''
line curses gently from the pas.senger I classic luxury car County Judges Fernsmsllnsi '..ch> Florid*
Into the and a limited slip differential agents Regulations a
In Florid....beer goes with fun, with relaxation deck, accenting compartment the many sports rear Thunderbird distinctive styling Standard equipment Includes a I hunting license to take any type T.I.phon.261.3681011I18 ;r

@ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION and convenience options which I I Is enhanced for 1963 by new ex-I 390.cubic.Inch engine, power steer game or furbearlng animal at anytime I Nouns Dally t.5, Wednesday I Saturday t.H 1
terlor trim and ornamentationand ,
r a Ml 171 WINIU MM,rtOMM have mode the Mustang the car ing, power brakes, and swing of the year ALSO fIVI CONViNIINT OMICIS IN JACK5ONVII.lts __
'designed by Id owners"' Its luxurious Interior offers away steering wheel Also avail License fees are: Resident Slate
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PUlZf WMIT& Shrine Circus Set Morton lillI" '" cim SNOW varied |1".111'11111' in tin'us liistorvUct.w
M : .. FLORIDA llarnid. Sr. produiri ol' Build it with
: t Sports a SIu LEGSI'HAN3rEET For Jax Coliseum thedrum. I* mini, II" World

4, GOOsE OUT l ire: Ids ublldy to .issi-mbli SAKREIEConcrete
October 2-3-4 the Iliusl t III I Is umlrr, die n. I lbs
IIM4; pn'Mill ill''n im'links immuil Mix .
( SPREAD LESS Blown, at'rial. ''IoIll1nl'iIlU pole and
n Slants THAN .5 FUT ,1 t \KSONVILLR:\ Humid.Muiiim cycle nits of nil dosirlpluiiiH Build or repair waits steps ttc. .
VVeb9HTAVERA6tytg : '* ShiInc, drum. will a Evening slums are st!'liiiliiltdVilday Matt patio blocks Easy to usieconomicil -
\ :- !: iulim'i I \ |> ranlilninil 1 many lop hull S.ilnr. ,'Just'add ,
: : I Oil,, 2 ul Kin
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f I Vmipr.in: 1 stars will play in :M.IIIIICCK arcplanned
BY CURT GO; !DON day Oil 3 ill 8 p m ;
._ .'nlt+,III' Co'lHiMim: Oil, 2.3.4.I Saturday and Sunday Bt :
I"" mmm I / I l'a\uu! a 1 id uin iiijMuinunliiniVi I ITlikrlK .
'The Fernandina Piratei pissod weigh 230 pounds, but he played I ,)/ Hitsp,ii"iulil|) 11 JukHtnvillfi 1 and :S p m 1.I'Ij
fcUball at Landun in Jacksonville I niii\ li' I'lirdla'c! ul : "
the first fottball test Friday night, I .Mi ITCH Timiilr> the \
but really had to work In taking and was an outstanding tennis the C'oll-riim ir lUnimmj Park I "

tfce 7-0 victory It was a clear : player of tkkct oilin's or n ilu loliM-iim '.-----'> '
Ct I In2lh( ; M.il ul.iiihiuMinis '-'""
defensive action r
of toam'i \1 iNMloimn C
ease our bix oil iii' lirloii nails ""
being ahead of the offensive Besides, he bought Uo season e Hit KUh.nl 1'1I.III'S, SiliomiH/ h.iiullnl; thepuuunt \iull,: pnu-s iii io SJM, S21HI
by the P, K.'onlle I loclball: tickets for the Pirate football Childrtn .
wcik Maybe AND BLUES ARE ,' ihiut'H In a lino liihhluii mid $1 x) J-:1'1II'IUI: admission
two will and he doesn't plan to SNOWS I 1
lame Friday night the games limit 12, wmul uilml sloii
UNCOMMON VISIT s TOnOlllDA by uUiaulim 31 yards 1 per piinl
scoring machine miss all season.
make a a game
combine ,11. 1'1'1'1'ubll'l: piaxtil: a line K.nm( Is $\\.011.
out of the Pirates as well <"r *r fROM OCTOBER .. Nassau Building Cr
M putting!/, the brakes on the of. I Gil Vizcarrondo says the punt, TO MARCH USUALLY nlrUN'IN III: baie the:; ,ilvbul Oil t dilrnsp fit I Supply
tense of the Blue Wave, team. pass and kick day will be on Saturday COMPANV OF Joe Minvn and Jacktsarolak '
Al.in lnvrr
Benncr slated he thought the I October 17, for boys be. MORE COMMON CANADA 0 I 'hiTnl the (Cuniiliii' DOZIER & GAY l1m: !) 5. Slh\ Street
practice sessions his squad Hurricane had I: tvteen the ages of 8 and 13 He ,I Ii tioo5e SLue Goose BLUE Go SE I,III'IV,i' and held il In iinlv tot! >'did*. I'hone :'ail:( | .:il6lts( !
to miss on account of i hopes to have Junior and senior
Dora caused his offense to be be. I groups lor the day this year. ..eo
bind In the nvoewary work playing junior high football lJooyeSAMr llli. HiiiMtcIv JIHN IU.nil wnsM
'rfk 6fr Boys are not eligible: to take part in I II SIZI5 fjNOW GOOSE out of I the; e.iimwith ii km'i' 'Best For The South'CHECK

j Benner says he hopes to be able the context and tennis or streetshoes P OR/DA GAME AN/7 F.e '$1I WArE F/ II Cs 4ltl/55v0A' IlIjlll The 11'1111I"8 I'IlnH'a'' livMtir .1 --
tq use the two platoon system I must be worn for the con la ut 1 ii 1..11 U-r goal"' InnM.iml OUR SEETHE .
against the Blue Wave on Friday test. the 1'1Iltl' dl'll'IISl'.
irluht.. lint Is, about six playersSince 6 < -tt I, --- I',ole Scpliomcie flues. he'inn Iliv K.inir. many |I.IMMI| PRICESShiell's
i he doesnt have but 25 play.I Doe' unit .iiuiiiiiH, iillimliri a Miluy ALL NEW
Baseball Is still In the picture Lam aster, Tl'dncl'l'olln Jiiinnr --
Echoes. I In-
fans spuiisoiiil hy'
the School Dim '
squad i
ors on the In Fcrnandina Beach as the Lit- High BIr gt'ss( and Ccli'Me Under
would probably faint If elevenmoved officials got together : CCIMIII I I'rrrrbu. C1.IKS' '
tle-Senior League Fleslnnaii ('Iass I llu nil' Grocery
In and out at the time Monday, night at the Container BY Clinrli-s Halm Jim Hums ugh :Mason liniiudliiUlv lollmMim 65 FORD .
ItARSF.UU.u: with I'
his squad tiring durIng HARDER Fl'ul.l night
Broiler saw Room to discuss BY AVE.
the Camden game and he : Conference next i LAIR.V LATIIROPLast MIKE R1LANTLli Bruit HI IK- \\i\o. IIm'III1'( i nl Ilii'so il m- :211! ATLANTIC
the election I of clflccri for In piepiirntlim fin tin- ('iimiltn PHONE: : 21.1-Wm! : :\
III' IllIllhnppiiil <
players as ll'S 1 III
'wants t to. use as many I IptJsslble. year and the Awards Dinner slated Thursday the various unit Pent Pent on, 2ndLlruls'nunL game last Friday, tun sits' s i.illii-k Ilu I'll.illH" FRIDAY .
I for October at the RccreatlunCCIIII'r. nltlil
classes met to discuss plans lot were held, one TlnnsiliN
tr Dr. Bill Rodcffcr presidedal anil clans ollie.
Class pictures Frlclav pllaruuuoThe
made another misTake I Himccomlng festivities and to appoint and I he SEPT.25
Sj By Jo'eIe the ml'etlnllllIh his two arms taken last did
and committee. els' pll.tUI'l'lll're dim-leaders' really an
24tears chairmen
{ but will maybe deserve only considerationJof two Pete Schuillng and Buddy Bur. The Seniors always sponsor the Thursila.x. exee-llent job of raising' the 9,>Ira MECHANIC SPECIAL REGISTER: : nUt

being list aside We failed to gets. Honiecrmlng Dance, and listsyear' The Tri-ill-Y\ will hold Us lintlutlcn of the student body,: THE
,Ive all of our fine doctors credit I ir <.t ;!\lint sharing In giving the football' Chip Wcrd Ned Tyson and Ceo. big one! The members are also Student Council re-pic-se-n. fight for a resounding 7 lo o uluil- 3 Kiddie Mustangs
physical ex- rile Sheffield former Fcrnandina busy selecting their personal lapses hdbeen elected from CADILLACAIR
riquad their necessary the Itmnciines 58
but Dr. Ben Dickens, Pirate football stars, who are lit.I cards each class as follows.: !Senior out vlitory over : TO HE GIVENFKKNANDINA ;
.ruminations+ I I Catauba College, played' Its oil leers David Leading the Pirate Olll'lIslVl'II./ I BEACHRESIDENTS
t> Balii-y: Dickens, Dr. Brew ton, tending The band has! elected! Class, Pam Dougherty
Dr.r. Jacobs and Dr. Britton should in their first game list week, Ty. for the coming!! year; SkipperHill Boasts, husk Bibb and Mike .'Iola. Iftl'kll're hard-running hack, CONDITIONED ALL POWER
In on the orchid receiving. We son scoring a touchdown. Tyson Captain; Chuck Jones, 1st Junior Class, Frost Mic.hac-ls, Kay Bml 1 lllce and Rich'nil SrhunraoBetween HUH
: 1.1ll. !
might add that all of the work fur I I and Wood are playing halfback Asklns, !Steve Rich and Price them they' nalni'd K.O
our players was compliments of 1 and Slielfield at tackle. Good to - -- -- FIRST $34QOO CASH Many Other I'ri/.e

the doctor. hear from the boys and we hopeto I, nina at five o'clock to get you .' Nationwide
Speaking of dittrn/nnd sports, 4 years \'un e-'ernandlna game on I BUY 4k :
v.thave another fine spurn; lover Vr I Friday night, With the fine band TAKES IT! : LASSERREMOTOR
our The Ftrnnndina Beach Fighting I furnishing music and pretty majorettes
In town In Dr Alvin Bayer -
new dentist located next to Becker Pirate Band Is planning to head Diane Poole, Glenria Edwards LIGHT BULBS NATIONAL BANKAT CO. ,
Dr. doesn't a parade Friday afternoon begin. Peggy Thornton, Laura FLORIDA \
Drug Store filer I i S. Nth St. I'h. 2il-jHt2: :
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-- -' Sorensen, Judy Pipkin, Chcril Ld- from A LION !
.Il eElllllltlll. enfield and Jean Entzmlngcr leadIng FERNANDINA BEACH

I the way, we can't actually BIT rait
LAST 2 DAYS why all the people !In Fernandlna
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AT BEACH RIDES Junior High football practice
I opened this week with the youngclcrs -
caucrly availing their schedule
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, for the coming season Games

: with Green Cove and Live Oak
SEPTEMBER 26 27 :I have been scheduled with others 1 l
slated bel ore the season Is over

Ferris Wheel Merry Go Round 1\\ This get their Is where Initial\ the training future Pirate i ?.awaMlN
frtr WItC
I'' $!!ck ,
Alan Cover recovered two (urnbles -
Comet --? Two Kiddie Rides last week In the Camden

game but did net get credit for i'
either because of a penalty called ri
OPEN 3:30:: UNTIL 10:30: P.M. I each time on the Pirates Cuter:

I must think his luck stopped before .

" the game/ It uted.I .

Mike Rice, Barry Rice, Beryl l
Rice, Joe Stores and Jack Barnlak ,
I were the leading tackle t
I In the opening game for the( 4II
!: WITH 1_ PAID TICKET ( Pirates. Camden must have
thought that Fcrnandina was mode

I' up of Rice. I : :

Saturday and Sunday OnlyFRANCHISE '
15 Million Pine

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TALLAHASSEE September 13'' skinned smoothlesand put on.
BELL & HOWELL The Florida Forest Sen Ice today Take off those thin-

I announced the loss of S,WK).000

'pine seedlings from their nursery

Introductory Offer I water In Chlefland damage by due Hurricane to wind Dora and, I WHITEWALLS

The damage, which occurred NEW
September 11 and 12, representeda
AUTOLOAD ZOOM I net loss of 112.000 to $13.000, ac. I
cording to Aaron Jordan, State Reforestation I

Supervisor.. 1

8mm MOVIE OUTFITAnd The slash pine le'dlln"ere''
growing In the Andrews Nursery, WITH TUFSYN

cvned and operated by the Forest .
MODEL 256A'I Service and were slated to go to
market next month as part of the
PROJECTOR Service's annual laic Ready for Sec Us Next Time You NecdNolricktoitsxltchthoseAortoangerouscasingsforrugg':1

A AUTOLOAD 8mm market they would have cost tree RNGoodyearwhita' For Your Car or Truck.
I I formers f $400 per thousand ( i < Tires
About 1W of the Andrews crop walls These Weather/ tiresaro, rugged; for three reasons r rst, because there Cur Prices Are Competitive or

'I KEGULAU PRICE $210.93 was damaged by the two days nf Is new,longer mileage Tufsyn in the tread.Second,because of i T Nylon cord,which Jacksonville AdverAnd -
rain which totaled 12 to 16 Inches the road. Less Than
to the tire strength where it '.ount. on
has been Tripie-Tempered give
W, T
acccrding to Nurseryman by thousands tised Prices and Prices Advertised
r ESTABLISH COMPLETE of Chlefland Third, because of their proved performanceperforrnanumeasured
:I OFFER $175 OUTFIT The nursery staff which normally of car owners.who have enjoyed millions of safe, carefree miles of driving. Nationally by Leading
operates with seven rmnlnv
ees, his been Increased to 13 in v Manufacturers.

1 Come In Today and See This Great the efforts remainder to repair of damages the! crop done and to t,

keep losses at a minimum. All the
h' Offer. Compare With Jacksonville trl'l'll're about five months old,
and losses cannot be regrown for Thera "*' are Cu*"""".<' Nation Wide' 1ft Wntlnj ta; lFeulfl
H; Prices and Come Back. planting this season Not Su'You Nee New Tires? I] Munlll! )

Thee planting In florid: normally t! ._ --, NATION,WID, eoAe HAUIID AND QUALITY QUAIIANTU I
from rirly Die- An Nsw 4oodya.r Auto T"es Are Guo'tnlttd N.ton'W'd, I
takes place of rnilea I left. Out to '
tires still have plenty o
ember to late February. Perhaps your present ;:" normal road h<"+d5-t5' Dlowoul l IabrK b>, j
Cameras This was the worst damage ever make sure, why not drive in and let our tire experts give your tires, a repunb4 Puntluna. UmMd' : aqrol pwMr i
Ius' number 01 monlh' 'PteI.d, 2. A"si any dstseHn' .
", experienced by a state-owned nur. quick check? .,,
Wa'0m.nshp' and malarial' '"oolllm.1 eslo base' 0'mange" ,
Movie Cameras sery, said Jordan Four years ago Goodies, ,tua, dealers ''n the U S. 0' Canada will, oaks IdIU'" I
+:, c- the eye of Hurricane Donna pass. j t This service is yours absolutely FREE mans'' al/owanu/ 0" mw Nrs basal on 0"1'.1' Iliad" aspen
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: 1. nur.
, ed directly over the Herren rauumnN' and cu".nt:"Gpodye.r tines: rr '
t a Slide Projectors sery In Punt Gorda but caused __ JWNW* .. .
: t : ; only minor damages to the crop
q' despite 10 Inches of rainfall.

:. _; ; Movie Projectors The state operates another seed-
v !line nursery at Mun on.
The Forest Service was planning CO.South
i All Accessories on a total crop of M million trcm LASSERRE MOTOR .
this season. They produced a record
number In the l'IVi.57! : :; neawm Phone 261.3812
504 ASH ST. turning out more than 133 millii\ 8th Street Your Local Ford Dealer Since 1910

Next Ioor To Merle Norman The sidle has been operating( .
Cosmetic Studio PHONE 261.. )Kfi nurseries for a general reloicsta-
tins proRrnm since 107)1.)




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Phone 2fi1 "M2> -GO TEAM,GO- .
The 11ew1 Store for 'the I Poor" Photo Shop
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National Bank GO( PIRATES, GO! .
;:, AI Fernondno Beach I Buccaneer Laundry Woodward Motor Co. C H U C K' S P A R TIN'S I :
A I'lr/lte/ Hoosier' All CHEVROLET
The TV Service; .
The: W/IV/. & Dry Cleaners Snlet & 111 Atlantic Areuue .
Service .
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Suburban Propane ROBISON'S .
Your Local .
Utilities IIardwnre
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Jewelry & Glft I .
Oldsmobile' nealer Buildlnlt 'aterlnl' Gas Service
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and GO "PIRATES GO! Florida Abstract 6'' Moore's
of Fernandina Grocery .
: Restaurant Roy Key, I. G ENE S Title Insurance CO. WE'RE WITH YOU .
W- _j II. .I', UOCKE,.".,,, PIRATES y :

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I set for the opening/ name of the season Friday nile Thrift, (tarry Rice Carl Anderson, Jerry Heard, Alan Rue, Frank i.il.i.. Coith.ine Itenner and \ssjst.ini Couch George; 'IN son and Holt MOMT. Pirates Hobby I
when they meet the Camden Hurricanes. From left, Ken- Co\er. Jim Young John launch, Steve lie\ille, HerI Rice, Coach "Red" Bean I'idured'front, kneeling, is :Mascot\ Johnson and John .\llin: and managers Mike Phillips; .
.._ ny Lancaster, Buck llibb, Richard Schomas, Da\id John- Hilly :Miller, Joe Stores Duane Rowland, Doc Burgess, Stan Henner, l't'nterith managers), !Mark Jenkins,. left., Ronnie!. ./Oliver I iind Don Scancli.ilito.! .
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I Sept. 181) Pirates ? Camden Co. 0 .

I Sept. 25" x P. K. Yonge .

I: j Oct. 2 x Green Cove Springs ... :

: Oct 9 . Open r .
I <. Oct. 16 . . x Baker County '' .r ; 4 .
I .. Oct. 23* .... . x Santa Fc ..,' : .

I Oct. 30 .j., iM.. . CallahanStarko :
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COLORFUL. AND PRETTY TOO are the football cheerleaders who are all ready t to t g .
cheer the Pirate team to victory. From (left, are, Kathy Lewis, Tritia ficarlwro, Nov. 13 , x Orange Park .
Laura Lathrop, Artie Stein, \\anda Shealey, Judy Vrancken and I Paula Kornau, en- Nov. 20 , Live Oak .. .
circling Captain Bobbl Becton. Alternates not pictured are, Kay Askins and Connie .d .
Gasa. x Denotes Conference Games .

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.. Paul I C. Burns '., Compliments'; .ofBuilderof ..

hinjoberry Homes ; STOIm.I F R E E Z E T T E.I T. C. HerringYour L, B. Rccsc Plumbing .
Cult 1 Distributor, & Heatinglouls .
319 S. 8th St.' I'.. 261-$606:$ 1001)! & Sara I Reese .

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Compliments BAR DIXIELAND Charles I Rogers Wootcn Insurance : .
ofLynn's BEACH Agency: : .
& TV & Radio Senite "Vow (Out,-i "I'i'. InsimimuOlli : !
Glenn and I Dolly) Ikugnet t .
a Dress Shop MAXWELL'S 201IIhu" Ph.I 21.1-MOT ""i
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: Compliments of Perdue Seville Shiell's Grocery .
Jimmy! Stevens Accounting-'l.ix ConsultantRY BLUE SEASJEIF And Dealer'! Far Peterson Pecking: Co. .
Service Station ))f/.I'f &. Gay Points .
ItLMI.l.E HOWLRS: ; "Seafood City"Downtown
Yulee, Honda 211 Atlantic Are

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Gulf Station STEGER DRUG CO. Fernandina Heath Golf: Shop .
Grocery II:Will"t! ,I "Mh StreetAtlantic I
&; Eighth Course; Phone/ fI..jloll; 1: .

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H, F. (Hugh. ) Stone, Jr.X .
T. H. AskinsAdvertising
Good Housekeeping Iord I: & Mennr! ) Dialer:
:See UH: For Your Next: orFOOD :int .
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p i'ttge irtPPs3+/ *'M.Lrmipi l-eiwnifiiiw Beaon, Flonlu' lh Septtmitfr U, l&tti i 1. .
.: : : = !.: !been directed t tit cnnpnsf fitliy I( wnrth Beans Offli,* Bnlldinj. ft itvising .
REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON Academy ExamsWill which Academy (Air Force,
with our officials In coastal areas
I Merchant",
Military at
. In our district where beach eros- Naval

t 4 At The Churches Am.Ui City CHURCH AlA Near I t.rt.etk. i By Rep D. R. (Hilly I ) Matthews age Ion has to property caused holders tremendous In a dim telephone .i Be HeldSaturday I i for doe,appointment the applicant, withe and Indicating to apply<<

.1 PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH I FIVE POINTS BAPTIST HURRICANE DORA ? conversation with the Corps that he desires to take the pre.
e',, Rev. W G. Brooks, Pastor I CHURCH A. P. C.rbhsrdt, PasMrI of Fnglneers today. I was advised I Oct. 31 llmlnary examination, Matthews
REV. THOMAS HICKS I 1:00: a m. Morning Bcnrtc All of our thirteen counts In said. He further minted that those
that have already made
U SUNDAY SERVICES: f they pre. : .II
trIi ft [the Eighth Congreiilonal district .I who, have. already sub
1:411: I.m. Sunday School Beach applicants "
. I mlnary surveys surveysIn '
I 'II' 0:45 A M Sunday School
: I FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH were bit by Hurricane Dora and Washington, D C September milted application need not write
U:00 am Morning' Worship will Include Fernon-
. our arcs
AM Morning Worship I
: Rev. Jerald have
A. Peeler
Philips been declared disaster'areas loot Congressman D R. ('BillylMalthw.
(00) P.M. Mm Prayer Service 11:80: p.m. __.? Training. Union w dim Beach Ponte Vedra and the I| again
A became .. 'I .
II No. 4lh 81 of the tremendous woad'end of Florida 8th Con- This October examination I III
6:30 P M. . Training Union > :10( p.m. ??_. Evening Worship . . beeches around St. Augustine and
I : Sunday School 10:00: ..m. wind damage At the height)) greislrnal District today announced ml for admission to the Acadcm
'7.30 P.M. Evening Worship Ptdnesday prayer service, 7:81': Morning Worship .. 11:00: ..m. of the storm tail week I urged In Flagcr! County checked Erosion In Dixie damage I| that an examination for de lea. but the results will be utilized
will also be
Wednesday Services pm.ft Sunday Evening ...... 7:10: p.m. President Johnson to ,, take Imrne,' the II,I slgnallon to the various Military In making my selections on appointment
7.TO P.M.. . Pravrr Service PENTECOSTAL Wednesday Prayer Meeting I II diate aup to declare. arena It our and Levy Counties, over of on Service Academies will be conducted I for the classes eaterIng .
tVfr fr UNITED: CHURCH: I ............. ....... 710: p.m. ;,I district that were hit by the hur.Hcane West Cast will also I The cheek Corps the flooded Engineers I on Saturday October It. the Academies next year
MEMORIAL MFTIIODIST it II disaster area. Later on We I 1964 for ill young men In the 8th Each applicant If nominated for
South Mb !It. Ph. 101.3-03 conditlcns of our watcrwtys '
nil nniNrl I In the day, the White house Informed DI.trlrtI1aklnll application to him
Rev W. W. Rolund CALVARY BAPTMT CHURCH realize much of the damage hen I an Academy must later completethe
,-on P. Mojrer, Pmlnr Sunday School ..... .,. 10 a.m J. C. BYRD, PASTOR I me that the President was been due to the trermndois flood for an Academy appointment In proper application and take

0.4t a.m. ..?.?-...? Sunday Srhool I Worship Service ...... It 0.m. !Sunday School ......._.... 10 A.M. taking Immediate steps to check waurs from our rivers U 1 maybe 1965Matthews required tosts;' Matthew ex.plained .
lion ..m. ... Mnrnlnir' Wor.Hp Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: p m Morning Worship "....._.. It AM I the! hurrleane damage!! end prom. possible that out of this damage said the examination I The preliminary cxnm-
.6 30 p.m. .. MYF Supper & Pro : Bible Study Thursday 7:30: p.mft Evening Service _M...-. 7:30: P.M. I teed full cooperation. I I1'18 gra- there may crme the possibility would be scheduled In several cities Inallon for designation will be
grnnn ft a titled to learn that the President of fiord control projects' or In Florida, and he urged all conducted by the U S. Civil Str.

8.00 p.m. . Evening Worship 1 FIRST A8SFMBI OF COD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: (later visited! the disaster ureas I watershed projix to forestall a young men seeking appointments! I vice Commission and the purpose
and. In the meantime. I have been I to Immediately get In touch with
CHURCH the future. to assist Members of CongicsiIn
i5r ft j I Rtf E. A. Lewis. ..tor similar tragedy In III
I constantly In touch with the situation i him so that arrangements couldbe their selections of applicants -
RfY. John Dozier Paulo with the Depart- making
puivrr op PFACR 10:00 a.m. Sunday School I am checking I II I I ;
LUTHERAN! CHlRCn 11:00 am ____ Worth!? Service Worship Service . 6:41 A.M. trying to ascertain the var. mcnt of Agriculture to see If some made fer them to participate I to'compete for Academy
Donald R. HimmMmiin, Pinter 6:80 p.m. C. A. Youth Services I Church School............? 9:45 A.M. loui types of aid that will be available .I I address of the Small Business Ad. I kind of emergency help may be I In"A the letter examination should be directed to I vacancies alloled to respective
to our people. | ministration office is the :
I Nitlonal .
Phone 201.SC14P I 7:80: p.m. Evangtllstlc Service Worship Service -.-.. 11:00: AM available to farmers whose crops district
: Thursday mid week sen tee Youth Meetings ._.. 600: P.M. I should like first of all. to I Bank Hiding. 47 West ForsjlhStreit cnnnit be harvested because of': my Washington office 1320 Long Congressman Matthew stated
ndnv School .__.., 9'46
Worship( Service? ?. . 11 IIIO: a.. m 780: pmft Church School ".._ '7:30: P.M.SPRiNGiiiLL point out that Small Business Administration Jacksonville: Florida water In the fields The grain ,, -- --- that any applicant for an Academy
fi ..Te, .m./l ft fr trI loans may be avail. The Farmers Home Admlnlstra. crop in our district, foe example, appointment should contact
BAPTIST able to victims of the hurricanefor tlon rf the U S Department of Is greatly damaged Many hun-I I sue these possibilities him by September 28. 1964, so that
nit urn or roo OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Again, I want to assure our
CHURCH not only their places of business l. Agriculture has Informed me (hit I drecls of acres' perhaps, cannotbe 1 !I necessary arrangement tan.:' be
PROPHECY R J. T. Dunnam Pastor I : I II people l that I have been aware of
for Uh and Date RtMrs .. Worship Services S:SO A.M Male Hlwav IAT NanmiiTllU Institutions and churches. These the farmer In our district who I every el fort to lire If there Is someway I II I the problems caused by this ter. ination.
Rev. William A Frye rjble calsstrophe Certain arena
Dolly Ilnll Pastor I 11:00: AM loans would cover the amounts of I have suffered damage to crops thai (he federal governmentcan ,
10 no am . Sunday School Interim Pastor hurricane I have been harder hit of course duck at home
8.00 P.M. damage over and above dwellings farm buildings farm I be of assistance with this Leave your pet
It /Ao)() am .. Miming: Worship Pantnr Prayer Time Insurance would be al 3r Interest than others and I have been unable when hunting. Conservation
Sunday School 045 AM a machinery and equipment The Department you go
.. : I (For Men) ...._. ................7 am j pan.lures grave! problem. as of the writing of this newsletter .
7 on p m. Bible Study IBTC 1 of with the
Training, Union ..... ... 845: P.M. rate end the repaymentwould livestock and poultry, due I of Agriculture has notified me laws prohibit taking game
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Sunday School .. 0:45: a I : to get In telephonic com
7Tflpm FvnnmllRtic Service I Prayer Servici) Wednesday. be over a period of 10 to 20 to the hurricane. Any farmer or I I the pcssibllity of (111 permitting aid of live
'' ---- I Morning< Worship( ..... It *.m. I munlcatiun with all I of the areas decoya.
Mission .
7 10 p m Ticurtiv r 7:30: P.M ? years I have been advised that rancher desiring Information about i I gracing en diverted acreage!! : e.2' :I
Training Union .... 015 In district I shall hereon
ary and Pravrr Service -? p.m. there. will be spec.li! office of I I loans at reducedratci my
trfr ftDIHIE a emergency( or other types of making Brain available Duck would do well lo study
730: pm. Thursday V.L.B.I F.venlnlWorlhlp .?...? 7:30: p.m. the Small Business Administration assistance available through I this I the job to be of all assistance
BAPTIST CIILRCH4JO for foundat Ion nerds of beet mal
Wednesday 'I I can In coordinating salvage ef. their birth certificates as only
Service for Young People I sot up In Jacksonville and at : ( sluuld get In touch with
h rCHURCR South lit h Street Men' Hour of Power ... 7 p.m. I l In several of 1'11.1[' agency cattle: and 131> providing cmer i forts and I want each of you who lards or black ducks more than two
Johnny L. King Pastor my request our the local office of the Farmers I'
OF COO! 4undi Services: Prayer Service ........ 7:30 p.m." lea In the eighth district to handle Home Administrate serving his gency ACP assistance to remove have suffered to know of my deep I i generations removed from the wild

Cor 4th and Cedar Rte. 10:00>y A.M. _. Sunday School "Who.oever* will* may* come. I' the many, many applications that ) county. debris and silt from pastures and I personal concern I only wish that : may be shot on private busting
Rev J. J. Newman, Pastor 11:00: A.M. Morning Worshtr will probably be processed The I The Corps of Engineers has I crop lands I shall continue to pur i I could be of much more help preserves
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y P E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.mT 7'00 P.M. Men'aPrayer Service
South 14th StreetEarl
:30 p in. .__ .- Fvenlns: Service 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship
Phone 261.1R07 HUbc rI. Minister

'10:00: ? a.m.-.. Sindny School Tuesday 700pm: :. _..._.. Visitation I Sunday: Bible Study 10:00: sm.
Morning; Worship 11:00 '.m.
meeting Wednesday
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r 730: pm Evening Worship 7:00: p W.
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I CHURCH Rev. S. C Baker !IN'A I '
The Rev. J.IftS D. Elllsor, Rector 8\11U.\
Amelia Road Phone
Interim Pastor .
.,Jtri) Lend Chamber. Pator MS: I.m. __ Sunday School 7:SO AM holy communion Buick .
Sunday School _.._ 10 amMnrnino 11:00 '.m. .___ Morning Worship 10:00 AM Choral Eucharist ,. aTtU: :

; Wo'uhlp .??._. Him. 6:30: p.m. ?......._..._... BTU I U:IS A.M. Church SchoolS 65 l pg'l 1 A
I ...Kvenlnn: < Worship. ?_ 7 p.m. 7:10 p.m. Evening; Worship :30 P.M. Episcopal Young
Wednesday Service _..._ 7 p.m. 7:80 p.m. Mid.Week 1'I.'r"' I Churchmen Buick or I II''
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7:30: A.M. Holy Communion
rFOR BEING SO CONSIDERATE 10:00: A.M. Morning\ Prayer

and S.rmon . .
U:IS A.M. Church School
1:00: P.M. Episcopal Young

.:: Dora Has Really Had, Us In A Tizzy Churchmen fr < ,

But Your Understanding and Coop- ST MICHAEL'S. CHURCH CATHOLIC

; ,-. eration Has Made I It Possible For All Rev Leonard Unncan, Pinion
Sunday Maw >..--. end< 4tb
Our Claims To Receive At- Sunday..........e 7:00: ..m.
; Prompt Sunday Mail .__..._ tat, 3rd
6th Sundays 10:00: a.m.
tention. Monday, Young; People 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Novena Services. ,... 7:30

I If f We Have Overlooked p.m.
... I Dally .?????.___.MMN 8 am.

.. _... Convent
Saturday Chapel
Anyone Please Call Us Immediately 1.30 Communion In .C0nfnt

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: The 1965 Models Will Be Out Today '''Check 'Our We changed the Buick a lot this year. And you may never be the same again yourself. ;,

: New Loans You'll Be Amazed At The Big Savings! ft

.malt \Ve doubt you'll want to be the same. Not once you set eyes on our new Buicks.
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.. ,2 .. i iJ e On the Buick Special and the Skylark.The LeSabre, Electro 225, Riviera.

:;: '. 011' ,' '( And on the sleek, modified fastback of the wild, ilder\Vildcat in the picture.

"".:;"' \.f""t7 True there's high-style touch. But that's hardly all. Engineeringstill
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\J j '\ -- .. :;J7. .. -'. '" has the emphasis. It's a Buick tradition. So are the extras

; I .t -- 1 Buick spends a little extra on. Like finned brake drums that do a little better

\\1 =r= _. \And smoother drivclincs. A tuned suspension to smooth ribcage roads.

I' Now add Buick's SuperTurbine transmissions-and you have an idea .

I II I == J of what Buick owners have always liked about Buick.'Ve think you'll feel the same.

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UPRIGHT PIANO $750 cash. above descrIbed property that part Hi lurcennriSEL1ION r-
WANT AD RATES \ thereof conveved bv R A Ogllue PUBLIC NOTICE I Without prelurilce In I
May be 1745 Fid-
seen at So
and Willie Mae Ogllvle his .wife any other rights nf Ihe Authority any
WIllI elmer Ave. He to the State of Florida. bv deed raimn who shill willhillv and ,unliiw.fully LOOKING FOR' ABUSED \
oM .. -.w aIa1ei. DISPLAYPainting AN OR Li ... a.i lir. ban 'IITLF.fl
dated November (. IU.1S; ret'crileclNovember remove or danuigc nnv of thep.perlv
Cart: taT IteMai *. .......... I IOUIIII 20 1<>35. In Deed Itmk' THE AN OHDINANCF OCEAN HI,.I TO.A'o AND' \POUT fO equipinenl awl or appll Trooper Bill J
flam. NMtoMI a T. pjiei UK"Mr;. for the puipuneof ulli' 'e5 of the Allti."rll u.d or) uelu.1 I
ALlllURlir, A 1'UIITICAL 5UHD1.)
FOR RENT UHHOUUCC Io.> wlilenlnR Well Street tsiite. SFC- In r.nderlns such public nervlre. CAR
p.r win. sii ait. .... Road No 131; shall b. I'unl.h"hll In arcocdaoce It
all and the TION Blf") 141ft the I.emral; Pinultv Provuinn of
wllh singular with
CM M146M or Ztt..., BEACH APARTMENT I bedroom Together tenement. heredltamenrta and aDo LAWS OF TOrL I ,1RF. A I'NA'\I Chapter, I. Mellon *. in the generalprnvialoni I gs.. 'I?, ?
Free Estimates of the Code of Ordinance.
thereunto beliinmng orin
or place ad at offlea upper furnished. Clean livable. purlenancen eoyohneepperloinloC. URAL lAS DISTRIrilllON' SSTr. Clly of Fernandlna lieiuh Florida'for I : .

Call Alan, the folios peraonal I FOR THE! OPEHAT1ON DI'TRII1U.1'ION each such rnpertv, equipinenlnnd ic:
511 Aih Strtt-t Yearly rates 1631 So. Fletcher lag propert AND SALE OF NATURALI | )
nr httlttlI.ltui.I ur par! Ihe.f.n ;
Mi-un THE PHFSrNrANl) I "
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t* Rubber Both Mils i FUTUHE CORPOHATE lIMITS OF removed or imuged I I 1965 MODEL
loe BarnardCHARLES 15 Iieditt THE CITY OF 'IMINANDINABEACH / SECTION 1. All 1 -eatuepartu I
FOR SALE UNFURNISHED, 4 ROOM garage! Bed Spring (Box) I FLORIDA: AND I'ROV1IJINH of nromanrei In conNut:, : tern ,ith, In TRADE. NS
apartment. Can partly furnish e I eo 00 eo 10 U 1111111110 0 C 15 Mattreuea WHEN SAID ORDINAME the extent of iwh contllii 1 lie, aol I
I 14 Dremera SMALL TAKE!: FFrFCT lii. .aunear C herrhyrrprirdSECTION ,
XENMORE ELECTRIC CLOTHES Adults. $35 monthly. 627 Allan. 11111100 1110 III It 0 1110 U 14 Mirrors NOW THFRFtOHF. HF: IT FN I That If nnv lectlim. tub

DRYER like new. (3000 cash, tic Ave. 261-3862 tIc 14 Coot Luignie RarkaII Rack ACTED BY THP PrOPIr l: Oe THE ,.,'\\lIIn. IInlen..., .I.u,.. phr..rp.vl.lon 1963 Thunderbird
: 11EACII of Inn, ordinume nhiulit, beheld
So at 609 go lStt) SI. ftc II Bath Room Mirrors. I LORIDA: unconililutiiinul or Inv,'ilirt by Ilird Top, One (Owner Extra

FOR RENT 3 rooms, private bath II Mattren red SprlngaM P.d.11II SECTION I. Th-it the CHv nf For. the court, sailS rleclilonr .h.ill not el. fl\'lIn. tin-is' "

FOR SALE OR TRADE 1963 Volvo Apply 111 So. Sib St. tic COOPER MOTORS 8Ian.' .11 nmdina Heach Flurldn (herein called feet the vallillty of anv of the remaining $3195
., portIons ol this ordlnime, ; und Mileaire ONLY
the beret.vc"iioruiiooi
Station 16 Pillow "City' I : : :
Wagon Good mileage,, Sales For I V an Coca-Cola Vendlmf" Machine. grand to the Ocean !: und I toe City Commlailon, nf the City oflernnndlna --
Vacation .ItI.h": : \ ,
excellent condition Phone 261. Apts, Serial. No 07620 Port Authority i I ,uMU', I Beach hereby detlamtli.it '
OCEANFRONT: APTS. called "Aulhorllv") III each uitinn, pin; nr .prnunlun, nftf 63 Ford Fairlane
3207 after 5:30. S24.. Ole Completely ValiantBarracuda I Ouk Cheit Ion' 'thereby ,
Heillnn !I. an hiuls'tuettuit'tl| oe'tion
1 Unfinished I drawer Chest .uec..nn IOU n''N" 0 i'-,1\ '''
--I furnished Day, week, or monlh.1 1 Southern Cross Hlile.a.lied by bccllon S id of Chipter illlH part or provision' of f >ei'lion and lhat, 500
LARGE THREE BEDROOM 2 : 584 S. Fletcher Ave. I Central Air Conditioning. und Law* of Horldu lINt: :it dora paa.ao d has paaned:: 1 this nrdInance :
and each leitlon (uliHpilInnenlenie Radio nod Hoater V8
bath Norwegian Brick home.j 8878 tic Heating Plunti iai) To acquire by grunt purchase ,
clauie and
14 Traverse drapes gift condemnation excnunge or inn phraue prnvlHlnnnf
Plymouth \
Auto. T"lInll. Jlilei
Clinch DrIve. 241-5382 S24. 01. aj 14 Triverie drape rods cruIse. all property renl or I..nnlllal.; this ordinance Irreo"" ,'i-lit e of hue ,
UPPER DUPLEX I bedrooms, 42 ChIrsmu nr anv ertate. rlIH or interest therein fuel, lOut any on lorotiure of the Extra Clean .

j P TPums.-rumPi: : TS,, i unfurnished large rooms Year Chrysler 15 Lamps Lamp Shades and. convey to Improve exchange: maintain or otherwisediHpone ..llIrane tIer: aectlnni, phraiea, aubHettfiimi nr pruvinloni: nentemeiiclauiei might:: I $ One Owner $1795

bulb for tale Mr*. J. C. Mc. round. 1323 So. Fletcher Ave. I 5 Year or 50,000 16 Throw Rues of a natural gn rililrlhullim, be deilaied uncunitliulion, il und Invalid --i 0
Junkta. 1627 Atlantic Ave. Phone 1 261.4128. tIc Mile Warranty 34 Window Screens .y.lern. ill other gas distribution sv. 1961 Volkswagen
It Porch Mats stems ir.J all mutiera allied theretoor SElTION *, That this nrdlnanceahall :
.261.3m. Itc 26 pIctures I In connection therewith, and Inlay take effett I linmedutelv, after III I Rudio & Heater
I 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED BEECH & 14th ST. 17 Porch Stack Chain, out conilruit condemn purchase final pus saesae it pulilli'iilinnHuiaed Overcrowding a vehicle with $9".J5

14 FOOT PLYWOOD runabout ItIIP house on South Beach. Day call Phone 261.3003 19 w.... Paper llankeli own. acquire. mid to maintain' condm und uilopied" In public .Minion passengers is one of the most ONLY .
14 Nlihl Stand 'I. operate. build equip, ,.n..e. nf the City C''Cnmmtmitim i the
Evlnrude motor. $115 00 oash 2C1-4GOO Dlgllt call 261.5949. I Will Trade Boats!!, a RCA Victor Televlilon Sets replace. enlarge Improve. regtai, ,. City of I lernandlim ""'8'h. rlorldn. dangerous practices a driver

201-516 D. R. Lyons, White St, : 3t S24, 01. Be all Model II S Ml7 C ,"trlli. repair und ent'ihllsh a inlurnl lila lard day of Hepiembrr, IIIU4 can permit. Special care shouldbe CLEAN USED CARS
Trailers! or For Almost! Serial Nol. A TO.' 7fl, gn distribution cistern wllhln tile MAYOR COMMlHmoNFR!
Old Town Itci A.3377MI. A.3.1711:12.: 1 limit of the < of I"eroindiitaiienctt k.. 1. JOHNSON! It. taken not to crowd the
1 NICELY FURNISHED DOWN. Anything: That Doesn't!! A.3372138. A.3.1711110. dvI to.ean it ncupy ATTFST: driver or to confine the driver'i I 1963 Falcon Convt.
22 FT. CABIN A"WHOM. J37BOU3 and the present and future kirecti DAVID M IIATTHFICllv ,
CRUISER. Twin STAIRS Desirable
i I apartment. Eat.PUBLIC 13771X12. and other puhllc pia,'., liti'lulling, Auditor and I'.Iprk arm movements if he Is re Radio & Heater

Mercs, Read Ice-box Sink. Tan. location, Garage 2614227. tic. I Modern Air Set avenuei. roadi. alle\i loom hnrtiies. p rot reading un Kiptember' II I. 11IUKeconvl quired to act In Auto. Tran ,
dem Trailer (90000! 2663 Mc. I **to I 00 00 1101 0 It 1111 0 10 parks otiS ways within the l present Reading' nn ;Hepieinber. n.h. quickly an I $0189-
Gregor :261-3928 ONE 2-BEDSOOM PARTIALLY I 'qulrfrec II' Freezer, Serial and any future corporate I llniiti of the l 11184.! emergency. 3.16 One Owner
lip I No 351174 City or Ita eucceiioriihl Date, of Publlciilum September 84. I IFlorida' -
I furnished house Five Points, NOTICEIN TOOLS: I Wheel barrow; 1 PowerLaw'S right, authority privilege 11184.II 0 FairfonT4Door
I 5 PIECE DINETTE SET. like available Oct. 1. One furnished Mower: I Shovel, unit 2 R.,ikei cJ"n nil :things net "r:1n: See 114 1962 Ford
THE CIRfTIT COURT FOURTH and other small tonli and ItemiOrFICE I above" i In connection I therewith .
linn Hi
new. Also 35 mm Royal Cam. beach apartment for single or JUDICIAL riRfllT OF FLORIDa, :: I tublei; 1 two I"lr'l I llvlni under, upon and along', the preient I I \ V8, Auto. Tr iw.
era. SU-5851 He couple. 261.4944. tIc IN AND FOR NASSAU IOINTV' room aulte; I gal : dei kchnlr I and future ilreeli ,,,ltd; other pun,: PUBLIC NOTICE oldist wildlife cornervatlim Radio and _
IN CHANCPRV. CASK NO. (ITS ; I table bonn, ihnde; nnd I III' lilucei Including avenuei roaiti. low appeared In 1828 It
2:I BEDROOM HOUSE for ROBERT TIIFODORB DEENP. Card Rack; 1 Lounge choir; .5, ullivi, limei "rhIN" pinka I and, ways IN TIIR: ('IK<'I'IT ('Ol'RT, YOURTHIt'UII'IAL Heater $12951962Fo
sale. 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED : Plaintiff, Inn Chain: 3 Hutton Lamp t H"t'l: within the present imd any fuliirecorporate I IIUttIT Of HORIUA. prohibit fire hunting In the Torrllory -
either furnished or unfurnished I downstairs apartment Newly ... I lampt;. I Lamp Shadea and 1 : llmlli of: Ihe Cite or Hi ur- IN AND .'IIN NASSAU iOUNIY. the use or pnsaoaslon of a rd
409 So. atII. St Good deal NETTIE B DEBse, tan I Innr Rug ....,,... and to do all things nece"iirv IN IIIANIFHV. CANK Nil. ism .
to reliable I painted with tile floors. 261. IN OTTAOE AT REAR OF MOTEL Kim and Hunt at night Is still a
nrfradiat.NOTICB of klird nr n.'ur.whlll..ver '
'I and requisite any lilac' hAS '''UlAN''''.
person. Phone 261-3859. I 5359 lie Or NIT ROOMS: In .,,,,,,,,'IIn Ih..lIh: PlilnlllfVI vlolalUin of the ulhlllfc law. Econoline Van!
017. :Me THE STATE Or FLORIDA I Weatlnghouie Refrigerator I end for iurh' ohleci and purpose: tn ,1 !
McCraole's; Apia. TO: NETTIE R. DEERE: : en ft IEiecirie. R.n.fnur burner take. up the pavement, nr udevalk In I.RNB RAY WILII.\NKII. Perfect Condition, Low(
I RESIDENCE UNKNOWN I oronta lit present or future ilreellavenuei Jpf.ndlftl.NOTI'I .
36"! GAS RANGE 2300. Call 261'.1 1 3 ROOM FURNISHED down.stairs I You are hereby notified that a lull I Oil Heater roula ullivi, lanes. bridle. : OF silT' Mileage. Ideal ForCajnp-
and MallreiieiI :
393*. has been filed I Bed SprIngs parki: public plniet aOl wavi wilnlnIhe I era or Delivery
Uc apartment Utilities, hot nalnit you In the Breakfait Set 16 chalral THE STATE OF FlORIDA I "'
it anv future etrtoiriellimits : I
I prenentan
above entitled cause. and tituS : $1 95
> water. Also cheap winter beach youare 1 Maytag Washing Mjc'hlne of 'the Clly nr it luiceiiori und TO: HENS RAY WILIIANKS, Service.
FULl OF" hereby requited' file vour aniwer 0....... Llllle Wllhnnki,
HOUSE FURNITURE Or'th I to make such exi'avntlnni Ih.re'"ren" 0/o Mr*
reat.... For information call W. with the Clerk: Court and
S Bed Frames 141190 Proctor Nt, Lu Peuirle. Coil
lb cr01505 Ihe Aulhorllv' man I :
__Bill_ Parker 261-3859.: tic I. McCranie 2614642. tIc In Plaintiff serve a Plaintiff copy thereof upon whose the 3 lIon Springs deem neiemury fir laid purpineiThe : V..u.re hereby notified Ihnt a Mill, LOW PRICEDMILL "
er Attorney.
J Mattresses has been lied ag ilnnl In the '
Autlmrlty ihnll al l III enpunsereplme you
and address li.Thnniaa
name :
HOME AND INCOME PROPERTY. UNFURNISHED NEWLY DECORATED il. StallAtton.y : 1 Chests of Drawers nnd re.I..re.1I ilrreti mid above entitled cause, and that you. CARS j
I Hide.antedMISCEI.LANF.0U1 other puhllc lii.icrsuii opened, lo their are hereby required In file your anmer 1 1I
at LawII
Close to taper Maces, double lot. apartments for rent. Cal North fourth Streetreriandlna : former cnnilliion n. prulii'"ilila und with the Clerk nf thin Court

111 So. Sib ,t., 1 -sbtic 21-3377. tie Uearh, rinrlil.i t I _- KX flee gallon ExtInguishers tlai Tank(2'S gnllonl wllhln, The a reui Aulh.ruv"nul>le In titti.II' herehv.. nulhor.red f 1 mid I'lnmiKf, In: erve or I ,n HUlnlilf,i>v thereof: upon Allutnev I : Hi*, I 1956 Chevrolet

not later than lbs and day of October and that I accordingly offer laid I and uddreii l lThomni 10: .
will ( and .,,,pw'red to establish, WHOM name ;
19fiO FALCON $49%}!*>r trade. Ph. FURNISHED COTTAGE 3 rooms IHM If fall) In do us. Decree Pro real entitle for sate, at public vemlui chnrge nnd rollnct. : all neresaury unrlrenainuhle II. Hull $195 :
201.5878 tfc you to the hlgheiit and bent bidder, Icr fees. mlmlislomi, huts. Attorney at Law
_, and bath. Electrically equipped Confeine will be entered! .l.iln. .t youfor ca.h, on Ihe 81 h day of O'lo"'r." ADIftM I I rain. rental and rhnrgei: for aiw nr II North .luurlh Street Fori
the relief demanded III the Complaint AM ut the' front ern.II1.lInllJ..h.. Honda 1958 English
clock ,
fAne ,Oaks 261.5066 tIc at II all of the H-rvliel. nr ficlllllea of said
59' HILLMAN. 4 door station wag.on -- door at the Nauau County I CourtHIMIK naluril I ; diutrlltiiitunaynieuiaor' not .later than the J4th duy ut OrHher '
The nature of said lull being for F ernan dma lleach, Florida., gil A D, IINHH $195 1
perfect running order .
alw' ayitimaSFCTIOM
Garage Apartment dlvor. Duted, Au ant .. 11164MAIIUinF vim, full to d" in. Di-rree Pro !
paint, good rutfbcr.$ SLOOP miles Furnished or Unfurnished WITNSS my hand and the soul 0'IIld JOhN, E. : Srt 2. The City agreed not lo I Confeina will' he entered UK.iln l vm'.
Court .t I-'ornondinu Reach Nasmu U. 8. MamhnlMiddle engage In the Imslni'M of illslrlhutlnganil relied. In l .
fur the llrninnrtcd ( mi t.l illl.1'flin 1958 Chevrolet
$350 cash. '-1978. S17 :SIc
frtt Caste florIda. thIs Slut day of District of 'Iorld.A.mu.1 selling nilunl coo Iut'iotuiiiiiunWllh ,| I on tars .,( iiilcl, suit 'IH-IMI" I,ir (,
Two room apartment furnished AuiptiH. 1064 S. Jacobson. AnlnUnlU the Authority III nsi't'eusraiind I 'e (Rough) $195
210 ATLANTIC A>ENUE; Lot .b'; (SEAL) /./ D. O OXLEY S. Attorney PlalIII, !!'. Atinrttev IlenItuN mv hnnd and the will' "( j
'* TT! SrCIIOM: The City rei>ogieiIhnl I Ih'i.rg.:: $295
37'4 x 100. Liberal ..rm.. CLFRK or CIRCUIT COURT 41 Y.3. 10. 11. 14 the Authnrllv shall make sot I ut rtrnimllnn, muchNumu ,
F. Sahlmaa Thomas Hall
II. O Coumv Florida, Ibis 2101 '
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS six rest- Attorney for Plaintiff tantlul' exixndlturee, lo conntruct IH 1 dun of ...."'mber. 1HMSEAL 1955 Chevrolet
261-3365 .
dentlal lots each lot 134 x IJ6 II North Fourth' StreetFernandlna PUBLIC NOTICE F.". distribution, linea and ipturie'Iantclliiirn ( o oxirv
i. lleuih. Florida4t .. if a.,ild svslem wllhln the I CLERK or CIRc3Jt mum I 6 Cylinder
Some terms S3 10, 17. and 24 STATEMENT: RFQIIRE nV Flail Clly puriuunt lo the consent hereby THOMAS II. HALL HARDEE BROS. Standard Trans. $ ,.75
By owier. Mizell. 200 Law Ex. AlT OK All.I XT 24, IsIS, All granted arM that revenue nondl of. Aitiirnev Our Plelnlin
AMFNDED HV TIlE: A( TI or Ihe Aulhorlly payable from the revenue
change Bldg, PUBLIC NOTICE MARCH I. 1931. JUlY I. tills, to lie derived from the nl>lro.Uun Mrnumllna Beach rinrlrla 'franMpOl'tntlo':1Now
Jacksonville Fla, Telephone lINK' II. IM (14 "TAT MS) ANII.. of Sb iMtem I. shall, he iMued tn I I 41 '.14. 111 I I. R. 15
NOTfCK OP APPIICATION OCTOBER SI 1142 SRCT 4I< finance urn'h diminution The 'Ity -
355.2623. tee FELLED CUT. and mov. ; FOR TAX PEED TITlE: ID I'NITFII sTATES; KMIKkHOWINll ', hereof ln/l, unit ililermlnpl. lhat: the I'I Is The Time To
of imh wllhln the
Tilt: OWNI-Rltnir svMem
ed Wood for tale 201.3196 lip NOTICE IS HEREBY lfVFN. that
tlHULATHIN the I"'ot Interest of She I
NICE LARGE LOTS for tale. A. E. Howard the holder of the folkwuig OKFernandlna he illlt', onil, oelfiie nf the City and III PRICE US BEFORE YOU BUY! Trade For One( ot
Good tu", .. On quarter mil ROOM AND BOARD $1750 per certificate sos filed laid certtflcatei 0'' lleuch New Lenilerhllahed Inhuhll"n", ,ami: t herehv rovrnnnti and
fur deed be laiued
tax to
a 9'ernandtna thit t Ihe eminent hereby given '
South of Five Point Amelia weeklv at agrees Our 64
on Fords
week. Three blocks from town thereon The certificate mimhera and :
heath, Fla fur September" 24, I'104.; I shall nut..he withdrawn rescinded or
Rd. Call 201-5421 Ue at 506 Cedar St. 261-5414 lip yean of I Inuance: the deicrlptlon of I The namei and address of the In anvwlM modified while there ahall I
the property and the name In which nubhiher editor man.ingeititiran: remain, IInh"mlm" any of the a.,ild
I In wai amenied are ai follow, Save Money Both
... tundii of she Aulhorllv issued WALTERS FURNITURE
bu.'r'e. nr" revenue
WILL KEEP CHILDREN by dayor Certificate Rn. 60 Year of luuaiu Puhlliher Rav Calilwell. Fern mdlnaliench for imh I Inutti, 'hi.d It I. expresHlv .

no prop 10 fears, pure tftnat week Experienced Large 195 I FluEditor 1, dulired" that; the lonsenlhenhv Ways !
velocity Jet outboard engine Description! nf Property Block 197 Let Ray Culrlwell. I ernandlna liven. anil I 1 iher'uvcnantaanuliugreetirniu _.
fenced yard with play gym. Ph. t Toon of Milliard 1 Bench Fla.Mana herein conlulned ihall be 11829 NORTH MAIN STREET
Huns In 2 Inches of water ( hours 261-3989. tee Nama In which anneieed Mri EFredrlckion log' EdItor Bay ".ld..lI, I for the eiuil, benefit. Itr'"ie'liun anilaecurllv See Charles Gene
per gallon Only $11995 Dealer IS N. Lailrange Rd. Fernandma, Beat. FlaPejrry I if each lint every holder iif "Your North Jackumnilli. Fuiniture Penlcr"Nome ,
La tlrance. III B asioeus' m.n..r Ray Cald..II, such hunitia0PCTIIM i
Invited. Phone 261-5063
All of said property 'being In theCmmtv Fereandtna, Be..h. Flu.a. 1 : 4 The Aulhorllv shall save or CurtLasserre
or Write Box :236: Fernandlna refrigerator! repairs. Call ot Nauau, State of Florida' The owner Is: and here the: City harmlesi from any J I Brand Merchandiser
Beach Fla. Unlana .ocb e..Uflo.l. or ff101. / Puhllcutinni, Inc. 2711 !South and all liability, bv renon. ef damage
7 W
slIer to 225.201tdsmftsg1a
7-Mpm. : Jim J
.. -- ,_. "._t..t, 4i M. irmi.t4-, '::" .:r .. iI ,' f., t i ._ .Injury ta on jiny aceenntof rperamw <*the'firoprny.whMlnoever negllgence r .r Give Personal Service and AT ,

$200.00 down. $57 month buys ma. MS.3S5S Uc certificate or certificate will be aold The Mock of Perry uhll"lln", nf the Authority: provided the Savings Too
three bedroom home to the hIghest bidder at the court I Inc.. II owned hv John H Perry, Jr. Authority shall have .been notified by ; MotorCompany
senary houte door on the flrnl Monday In 230 Emerald Lane. Palm Beech F''.. the l'Itv. in writing of airy claim Free .
LET ALCOHOLICS ANONY. Month of October 1IW4 which la the 1 The known bondholderl mint against the City .n account thereof. i Delivery
John T. Ftmlra A Bra MOUS help with your drink. Hh day of October ID64 ,....... and other security holder and ihall have ample opportunity to :; '
Dated thIn 31,t dan of August. 1064! owning or holding I percent or more defend I hesitItte.SF.CTTOM I Call Collect For Free Decorating
...ker leg problem. Writ Box 338 D 0 OXLEY of total) amount of bonJi mortgageeor .
: S All the lerma provlilona
108 Atlantic .191. Pfc .. 2I1-M7I CItj or Phone Jax. El: <-T700.rLOOB Clerk of Circuit Court ofNassau other aecurltiei are: (lIt there arenone. and condition of' this; ordinance i Service Or Call 2613ft.9'TRADE :
County Florida >o atale I IMaaKchunciti hall Inure to and 'IN blr Olno ..-n

FI .EXALUM CUSTOM MADE SANDING and rtflnkbinf. 41 '.3. ID 17. 14 ann Co Springfield Mutual Maaiai Life.huaetta Iniur. the the rekpi'ilive City imd lutceimri 11 In* AutnnlIv.and: anlgninf .'..' Area Code 305 Phone 765.5558 !

Venetian blinds meawuwd and Floor tile. Paul X. HanaonM146M. PUBLIC NOTICE I The liiue average of his number puulk-aUon of coplna.M armirtrrhuled ofench hull nntilv l" taeor...m pod unv I I AT HOME
llmlli of Ihe
Initialled Wide rang of e lan. ,... tie throuih Ihe mills or olher.wise future corporate City or .
LOVBQUIST Color tmTIC'P' OPMARSIMI'H SAIE: to paid' aulni'rilwn' during the I
PORTER UNITED HTtTe-M OP AMERICA II months preiedmg: the dale ahownobnve
Center. Phone 261.3068. Ut MIDIILE UlSfRKT or rLDHIIIA wui. I Thin' infnrmatlon li required .
HELP WANTED IllPublIc hv the act of June II. I'MM tnNotarv I
S3 I.Cl*.I be Inf'lu.lp" II' all .t.ilCiotentseegard- \-
TWO BEDROOM house on Ray.on notice la hereby liven' that I esuottrnquenc y "f iusiirl 2071 :

Rd. Large lot Term. arranged BOOKKEEPER. MUST BE OVER by virtue of a writ of Summary' ofFinal Ray before C.ldw.11IIwnrn

Ph 261-5421. tic 25 with experience In double en. loosed Decree out, dated of MM June Dletrlct 17 Court.AD11W4 24111 tn diy and 05.ub'.rl..d Septemtr" ItOHISIrALI IUIhl. I

---.---- try bookkeeping. Some trtrttarlal of the United Mutei for the Middle Mary II. ShoftIrti ,

FOUR. LARGE shady lots at Five work. Silary open. Inter. DistrIct of Florida on a JuIT005tvsnder.d I Large Mv Public Cnnimtnuon. Mite of Fxplrm Florida' ,O<1 at j

Points If you desire, we will views by appointment anljr. Call ay ef June In laid V.Court.104 on In the favor 17th of II. IMt! It >tided by American Surety I W'SERVICE

build for you. Mrs. Harper 261.4977. tIc' The United 't.r:. nf America and r5 It sfN.Y. 924PUBLICNOTICE

I agaInst C L Bodden. Admlnlntrator
I have orf thin I2lh' day of August. -
804 Slaaley Drive SERVICE MAN EXPERIENCED A. D 1084' levied upon the following I

$500 for $1300:; equity. Take up Payment la LP Gas Installation Age 23. ; described, real alalnsn d pertonJvreparty ;
altuated tn the 1 betfraenu. <. 2 ,at". 3$. Apply Good Heimckeepln and Mate nf Florida, 'to wH: NAME LAW YOU NAME IT \
frtr Gas Yule, Fla September S6. Real property atluate In the Town NotIce I. hereby given that the undenlgned I ,
ef Callahan, County of Nauau. Slate puriuunt tn the "FlctltlouaLawi '
4 lie
lit No. Fletcher Ave. 2 to p.m. of Florida. deacrihed aa follow: borne !I&401lp'. Chllpler Nn. 21"11:1.' CANCOUNTON WE DO IT. .

$35000. CampMtljr tamlriied Part of tectlon S*. Tmtnuhlp I of lorlda 141 ai amended by
WANT first class automobile me. North Ranie. IS E.... mere pirIKMarly Ctlapter No W*>. Laos nf FtorMa. ;
fr I aewrthed ai follo.i. Be. I'ISI. being' S.-ti.n Ml 09. Florid. From filling 'er up to n DEPENDABLE Our expert experienced :
14lh. St. chnnlc general garage: helper. with the Clerk. SAFE SURE !
lie So. frnnmi at Ihe Southwell corlfrr of Statutei will regt ter mechanics check
:2 I bedrooms I bath., extra nice Apply *n perioa Lasserre Mot. the ....._.... of Booth street of the Circuit Co.rt In and Ice Hit 0 complete car check and your

yard $12.50000 or Co. tic an and Mahoney Wells Street Street I formerly and from known mid 'proof an Cenmy of publication'Florida :rth-Ie! ef, ourhaul, nee U II for When It comes to car For jour sake, I let us car I thorlrouhll'thlr.tmakd8 : .

--- ----- poInt. of .beginning run In 5 Southerly the flctitloui name. to-wll: foist servicing it to repa t
service and I I
right pay
car's whe U Inlierfcct
direction, along the w.o'<<'" karki. M Cooper MMorl 110 I put your erteeost. :
N.. I nIl Circle. Fernt HUll LOST Houndary of Wells street for a Under which' we are engager! InbualiMHi to u*. From minor ---'-"
come .
3 bedrooms. Florida room beautifully ."'._ of IM feet: theiicai run HI : at Ml south 14th mreet M alignment r : : : -
a Westerly direction l and parallel the rote of Fernanillna Itearfi. PIt rrpnirs to a complete
landscaped yard $1300M : whO' Hooth Street for a dwtaec Ida Thai the parses: : Iniereited' t I 1 Slop here I Reliable Service I Drive I I. ,
down. a some payments tUM BCWAJtO FOR BILLFOLD lAd of 250 feel: thenoa" run In a N.>rth- laid builneu ....rprl.. are ae follow overhaul. -1
I .
All lost on North Beach. erly direction and paralled la WelleStreet i Wills MM .
aoaata.T Mpera All Work Guaranteed for fast
per for a dlilance of 1'11fNt/ Chirlet: M Cnnper or Luefla Kith- I '
Finder keep money and mall to the Southerly boundary of BootheStreet urine Cooper. his wife Sole. Owners I.J We Do The Job Right. I :

For Real papers or write to James Slrick. : theme run In an Eaiterlydirection .. an eitate by Ihe entireties, amigo -- I I 1f"Ic.r
the boundary tt t-24 10.1. I. II -
along Southerly
Large Beautiful Beach Home 1(00 I land Box 434 St. Marys. Ga. of Hoothe Street InC a distance Automatic Transmission Repairs "-J :

So. Fletcher Ave. $15000 month S24cFmmd of 90S feet to the point of beginning .
mOd property being a p rl at
furnished Lot Six Hi Illock Three: I IX' :' Ihe 1,1 BE CAREFUL

CONTACT PETE INGRAM Booths M Plat,.yauhnwnal Stank I. pace"d:2U receread of. i', WITI PIN. LASSERRE

........ the of Na ...u Conntv MOTOR COMPANY Ft
L. L.Be luha.ass laid property aleebeing YOU CAWTrsBUT
and: compri.mg all ol Lot
*, laM Estate: Inker ONE SUNKEN: BOAT. salvage la 064.: end vert ef Iota Pftre 4tt and Phone 2613812 Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8th Strut :
13 North 41k ...... MI-5M1 Amelia River. 25 (t. Anyone In. Six, ,et and Seven 71. Block. BACK :
tereiled contact D. A. Cook Fer. Twelve Hi. according to Ihe Dancy
artAertaiaV ft'AFORESTI
"We wlkll LWIats M Hernia
Survey of the Town of Calla- .
nandlna Beach 261-4282. Dip ban, IXtirnNiJ from all of the

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r'1\4 tl1.f1teen -Bader, Tenlantlna! B.arh ft>,rMa-Thart.y, temt.-.r 4.19S4- Thi should be a araug to wid-
Arlington Wf

I Gi-lf::!i !life Insurance Co., Is Florida'sFirst YOUR GOVERNMENT Only lie Alter fain tk t,i* he veteran'bun*
grave, tcra the "Andy of tae wife.
Life Over Billion f f1i .in be removed to another cemetery .
\, Company $2 1 .A WEEKLY REPORT BY Available At Death at tile npeue of the vrter.

lie I e. taic.
Golf UIo f_It Cmp r Im rM Trr H, ir 4rr >
El Pete-d :r" f WI Melvin!! For l..nIIer laformatlo) en Ihj*.
)., booH._ ,Jnof1ta', fine H'. **. tutt ft, Aperitif, Oil) U'! ...' DJUM sBggmts that contact 1
T OK. tie duecur tt the nc., yin
..UM' /tnjnJ *lth mast than H M, 'Ira II btlfcn e* mir lit /
Ida of veterans alfair, your local veteran toUt, service
12 Mf..,.... r4 W. .MxrariMM II ("rr<< Th* anent 11I:1:lion ..' (+ department efficer
TAKKIS! BRyA.vrGovernor Mud today that M grave ute nay
| tola &, arfilrtl in awns ;)SIn >
Note M sos $MUMH ? years
; of Florida:
living 'Ion'bans
assigned to veterans ,
M II WkiM' pfMwtmt *f H, m1N"M. I *
I Ia! Ar,lag.M atic.4ul)' CmIe.I DORA; M .
_ml?.II r. Thi maa a iMal' tlttf.WXtUI'ftl adrUtm to th* Ids Imuraif .-acr laaial j ': ; ) ,
levy or eerne.Iny
any .
Htmiranet In 'Mr*, prdxtkm Gull Uri. baa pr ",Lend ACADEMIC'RLLI9/ f meat of whatever restriction ate Leave tie beaches'Rota :
Am mtt' tin anal! ..a.JM4'W nw*!. thfr.Oaet Ka S) yon. it ban aIM Within recent weeki throe" kt.1 appropriate.'OPHbosty. ) jtrementtApp.iciU.M la advute. InnnedMt re. from tile Island! I 141{?r
: '
,..iwkM ri."i4. ivy lilt made. a. tuttftntut enntnhutxin dllltM- onleM each man into % The f-nt lady move HL. \-!
wi SIIl4I7IIII3) to fe*..r. hues c<)Mml teraM* puMw be a law into himself, there'oust ; tray only be madeat "toward us .
NMtrr." to th* eeonomt r/wtk ft* th/* etas relath lo ur .y tem {IfhllM1' L.-A..:.:.
ot delta of the "
bft what the time veUraasot <
immerse to uy I '<1.
..'* ill torr Onr tilt bfoCIllllilll ** area III t hkk H ntx-rat, 'It"td. One'''
.1P." ... ynr To lfla trat Ike *)(. "I xinf IM4, apprrnlmafrlrtll.Wifff I education wtuck /ban bent I*. law to relatrv. to that man tod I that of hat eligible dependent: So much power k* lllattOUllttftIncIl.1M Ceater-fariBg dual rear seats and a bulll-in air deflector
of the matter
elfhanti of this prngrss toss Hj, ) ) has IMI" Into mir era disuoIIM.Ia. t have not been able to arrive, at a DIXM wit if the wife, i ill bur..,dfint. movement I. re4oc atwnilall ef dust .r water .n the rear win-
M murk hMnriw M fine M the1rompafty through/ aalari and mmiMi'M. piled into toss freedom broadly acceptable enncluiiMi) of the veteran rout iiga an Me than to the bomb: dew are feature *f station wagon models In the ItiS
had rwmvlctMl by tk* pawl In Gull Life rmfd This matter Iota to the eeryMart Merited, on the one band that will be hairiest la tile same We wait la darkoeM bumper I. th
n/kfl. n/ World War n, afro rtdifxrti Ih* eomvany will, atw' lal grave.The bumper, new rosd I I. the mosl-chaaged lath
.,..,1, a third <*, a ewttory ,,< op- ,,,,, a::wiut wnviom In rrxrt.iar of lemln It ifMretne* 'Ititelf we' do nothine; to limit a proper' same Is true when the veter.aa And througb" the Bight U-year history. .1 Ferd Division Elegance of the ISIS
tfuflmtfjurl. al' 'ki and bnrul thl yrarI to the purpMe r/f our Matewrnlvnrnds'n excreta of academic: freedom On 1 die flru. The grave Is dug she strike us wUh her Ford styling to combined with a luxury car rid. ** smooth
'( the pail tt nxxrthiOolf I the VmthcaM" "he" tnMinnftr and the cllmat. In I .. other hand. I am equally cotcerned deep enough to accommodate both I Most. destructive brtsth sad so *uit the heater and air conditioner fins had to b*
which, they operate It involves'dually that do nothing to n- the veteran and bat wife, provla- moved hit. th.
we because
his had aok.dr7: / million "r urlnK the ftrti ala mania, o< of Nature Tides engine camaartmeal their low
.. 18.1541001 has brrn the prmibilitie of our strict the power of the people to Ing she informs the superintendent ,.... whirr was detracting.
I* iixuraiv la fore Hurra this yf Nan aww of II* million wkmontli paid and credited to pnllcyriwiirr unvor! ttle and of those who tech rtpret themnelve" In alt area of of the National! Cemetery that she I And when finally dawn comes All 17 new Feeds will debut ia Ford dealer showroom
at tNJII.IWIO) ry (lay laM .." our young people. And It gist aim I I government' And there la no area desire to be buried la the !same we cannot help but think mat Friday September %S.
lee UM naht of the Pple to ral* | excluded. grave She leaves tittle .
Sundays and MMayl/ carrying a ..
( Kplnx par with the rapid' about "how our univeriU -- -
NSrba. .i dakrM growth ,* Innuranr In /lorcf, GulfId.'s riuoitloni I "The people have a right to re. bixon said he had a local ease of us all with her
Inn are nprratnd.Two .... Jo Robinson compared with (127471,448 for the
strict the do
they *
"I !( a.'a" r'M SII.Ki4&if! rfur I govern where the wife refused to applyfor Winn-Dixie Stores
Beard of period .
the corresponding year
year tf have restrict the
Inc tM (lr. all l month* ri* I l'A4r They a right to burial. in 'he same /grave Now .
Control wKh the aiMintance of re.punretatlvs court I think hratrnolry ben train your dog to hunt tur. I Report Sales Increase )I an Increne of KMI7J46! For the
r I'" a Wai n* *.M .WiParallflint she drum to be buried ith her
SEETHE from the miff unlverwlle do have right to keys regulations hunt. four-week period ended Aug 22,
they *o They a huntund It I I. tea Ute The N.. as prohibit
tile rapid. financial Inc. .
wrote, a policy statement restrict the LegUlature and they Ing turkeys wita a dog. Wllla-Dul. Scores operating sales were *>6.6010/2 compared
grwlh, tit thfr company h.. txrna Actdtroic 're 'dim and ,' IkKMl Cemetery: did. however, tell til supermarkets throughout with S64IJI.6.fiOII. last year, an In.
m : I: do *o. Therefore, I dent want l to
ALL NEW t" iMrrane "wrvlcr, topriliryriwixr .. ftr.1 her If she would pay I for the re* the South 4 M. 3.%
prvgrtm pfn.lbiliUeii whh han erved ere use get oiirnelve Mi a altuatlon reported a percent crease! of 12.516: ,476 or percent
mrrtal ref f the vetcrsn's body to A Melnta study shows that
by *xp ndmj the model" for beards of the sale during the eight
K'/virnmK / where! we net one group aside increase
lipid 'force. Lnd'r thia 1)F"lIram another grave site, she might beburl."j 17.3', of all American households' '
nation. and ay: But you are a law unto week period ended A''1. 22.
] and read least
65 FORD th"* lalra ""II'c.a have Brawn to I II I 1 in the same grave at the buy at one! news.paper
Board ha bin cfmtcrnedthut : f don I think it la TRADE AT HOME
IVitt AmAtifT phase of this *xpan4nn > The I i youriHvei"" new sue In the nat,oaal! cemetery l per day. Volume amounted to SI332C06M
this freedom, consistent withreinr'nmblllty ,, enough" to lilY: Well. we" are genllemen -
ha rrulld' In th* opining of .
our and ,, - -- -
upon i and we are pitriot
FRIDAY branrh offld-n' Thf,
many new tampinr* In line with the o/jI'e.1] ,' we are 1 Intellectual, and there
now offkn, have tNfn mtablliihid live. which the Hoard tet "forth In fore, we do not n fd to be re- .
SEPT.25 In Xarwi, Winter Park, Ocala Its polity ttaU-ment, and that a I\ drained at all bcaue In an ''' Here's another from
and Loral/ Cubic, Klorlfla: Marl. .h'.I.me' atmopt, exlt at ered aoricty there must be 4.1 sparkling buy Reddy .
Ixtatur, Genriila AI.
KKttHTKIt; !' FOR Mta all limn. I thtre that concern, traint on everyone, or clue there I II I II.
the has "tnn l In.
thwiifh' company and some lime 'IInew.* eon- 1 II Ino law and If there la no law ,
TilE td In Panama City and Key I
r lerneelid/ this to *ayI : there I II nothing to protect sea

3 Kiddie Mustangs 11M.Went. ,oflk.e Florida have for many rcntly, year rxrnoinnlrudrd have aptnt a great deal of 1 I dtmle, freedom, or any other free.I A Front-loading

TO HE GIVENrEKVANIMNA I, In thiiw cltli*. The time trying It, d 'flne I for myself Am"Now la.l ,
think Ihit the kgi
building; In Key Went I I. the mw. academe: Irccdom It I I., of course: 1 I

: BEACHIIESIJENT4! I I ml to b*opined t"I:; will Augunt:beformally a part' of freedom hlifhcrItvil \ live Improper belies tangent frequently, but go I flU don on: Family-sized !

\ 'It doe.a't rime to any want to create a climate or an'
I'lii ,,28)), A nrw building!! I.I presently '
under tonntruttlim In Athin, 'la or link to any lower depth order In which, kginlative bodies
Many Other I'rUettNationwide I Than, lAttrt ell'menu of freedom cant investigate the governor
ficorulaOuir "It I I. like freedom cf Iho press 1, Any governor ought to.... subject '
llfiw fiiumUd In Pena /
.. It I.I bound by certain limit'. to Invevtlgatlon I think that If apower FRIGIDAIRE Dishmobile rIn
MM"ula, Klorl.U" : In 1911! dy the and th
that It car. that history ccmitUutlon -
.lions. It U 11:1'1I1181':
: In DMA the
LASSERREMOTOR lute T T. PhlllliM bodle ,
ID legislative -
and certain I place
certain privileges
rnovrd to J tkfinvllUt ry
I home olllcc wa > rmpomibllltle: The thing that 1 *. If we !get! ourselves In a .ltuntlon ::
whirs It otcuplcd: throe(
CO. that leg 1
In own mindto where we question s
dlfferpnt lorullon before the have been driving!! my 0
H/-MH Ht. Ph. 261312 I / achieve, I* flrit a diillnctlon Ulatlv right, we tear down the !
!: Church ftlrnt bulldlnii was pur. academic freedom and structure of freedom Ittelf I
thfincd 1038 At that time, the be wren '
u. ._ .____ In I academic license, And secondly, a. I II "It I I. not Just enough. I think Isis. ( : i iv
I framework for the proper enforce.hump' to hold up academic freedom a* \

the end.all and the be.all, and uy' I.: I
nothing!! muM restrain It We must Maple Chopping Block Top serves ,
:;. I
conslid l of 15 .
oflkB staff mind to creatingthe
rather, turn our
BUY 4k I
people, and the company had mechanic, or a framework: I I II as extra work surface.
I'tlliooOftO ln uranie In (to tree. I In which academic" fn...dim can I II t

4 LIGHT BULBS In KM, a Mvcn nm.r addition I be properly cxc.reined without sac, Your dishes come out much cleaner:more sanitary

Irlfilul, the office *;?ute. Today, I I rlflclng I ; ;the reriraint: which a 10- ,': than dishes washed by hand! r
'Ih s, ion, I.I lnad
from A LION' <,re Ihan 500 home office\ employ. a* we have hoped tu do, must.,cp-,:i I Big capacity usually means once.a.day dishwashing! '
\ yes and plan are being formulated I| crate," .
for the building of a new home -'I \ Saves about half the time you'd normally spend

'\ ulllie Bt Johns on thi Illvcr Miuth The bank Gull of Life the Perry A. Nelson I dishwashing by hand (about 275 hours a year'!)

will Include bulne rental On USS Pawcatuk /
I Center E
Water Action
hotel Exclusive Swirling
c Ilan Theatre space and in adjoining I
Adv.. VIS PAWCATUCK: IfllTNCt -. scrubs every surface! I
I ----- Porry A. Nelson, hlpf* crvice. I

!1'111)1I' 261.484. C. E. Beach, Mfjr. man third dna, ISM; ion of Mr.. Rolls easily to sink or cupboard.Roll .
RUBBERSTAMPS' ind Mr. Lewi H Nelson of III!

SATURDAY hard, ria? li nerving In the Sec. To.You racks for easy front loading.
FRIDAY & end Fleet aboard the fleet oiler N A
USS Pawcaluck, which recentlyvbltrd : v
SEITEMUEIt; 23 & 26 New York City. Liberal TradeInALLOWANCES '

Friday 7:30:: '$Saturday'2MO:: &7:30: Any Size During the visit he had the np .y
purtunlty to visit the World rll
Any Shape currently being held In that city. easy tens

"NIGHTMARE"Friday Inquire At The Second Meet I I. the primary
naval striking force of the U 8

IIOH: Saturday 4:08: & I 9OH): NewsLeaderPhone Atlantic Fleet. Florida Public UtilitiesAnnouncement

The Pawcatuct refuel ships alMa ac. .

"EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN"SUNDAY 218-3886 261-3887 longer.enabling them to remain al

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