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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: October 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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VOLUME 107 NUMBER 4 ... __.FERNANDINA.. BEACH, FLORIDA,:- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1964 12 PAGES THIS lIsSUIJ::; : lOc PElt COPY
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I I CS(1. Paul W Rumoe, Savannah and hurl Clinch i a half.mile In rent nl I the exist I I ronsidernbic ollur work Is under
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ic7Loosen < District Engineer of the U. S. TheUI'k Includes pnniillnaPI / I InH hums and bu,iniki houses way in the Savannah district WWI
jCoipi I of Engineers. Informed I hiNewsLtailir 'oli'e lion for an nppioxlmnle' there: I a 'lIlrat.t for $'117117 having "brrn
1 e4tk tills week tluit the thni milo of the city beuhf It uav niilul hv Cil.. Iliimu let for rnniMmv!:( shore protcc-
(I Office if inuiinncy: Planning him n:in a point near the South jellies Hint iiHldiruhli' ,. eiisiin mini. nun al 'J')bl'e Uiiieli, ,near Sa van.
d app, \ed Immtdinlo r'alrol'k, ( ,of Cumberland Sound and extending red al rorl oath mid tin hliiu. nah
I IN on the dimiue caused b>' Dura Southward to the vlilnltyof ) line Is In dmiiii" ,if' hiliiu under Thei'mi,1';: 'IK'y woik at Tybro
your purse strings and The annoiiiurnunt said tint/ I the Cleveland Avenue mined. A Hlinic MII will alnil hull) I Brach. SI. SIIKIII.. 1 Island and
add a little more to your annual work Is expected) to cost $2 mil. Tho protection lit Amiricim kit long has bun" umpiHid liv Jekyll hhnd i In i'xni,i.lid to run
contribution to the Community lion for the picvcntlon of fiirlhir flinch. a popular Negro/ rouit on the Engineers as piitutlun\ ( \ tar the In i'xi'us of $2 million Most tdthe
Chest.United Fund. When i cam. YI I encroachment of the seas on .',.1'. tlu leaner Easl Com! of Amelia historic full I expenditures are expected t tit
palgn worker calls on you Just nandlna Death American Beach Island, will run fur appioximalely! Col Ramee also mealed thaiCIRCUIT be lor sea walls. 'i
remember you're making one contribution ---
to eight different I worthy I -

ly causes GIVE*. *and generous. I I 1 Interest High Herel In Royal Red Shrimp- 1 1I I


A great deal of Interest was FEATURED SPEAKER at the Community Chest United Fund "kickoff breakfast -

shown here Tucsd ly morning as Tuesday morning at Seaside Inn was County Judge J. E. (Gene) Wenthvrford. Cipliln T' P ,(Rim" Irwls' re-

Iraolcr Capt. Gene Trade Lewis Winds of unloaded the shrimp a I i Weatherford gate the campaign workers a rundown on the participating agencies I ;, l ,. lamed lo put S M mil iv night from

two.days catch of a little over 17 of the CC'UF and how the funds are utilized. Left to right Mrs. Jonathan Hill, ar ,f t tun days finking in theGulf : I
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boxes of Royal Red ihrlmp, taken CC-1'F' executive secretary; Bob 'enek, drive chairman ; Bryan Itausihert ('(' 1'F' Si ream 17 and boxes on nf Tuesday ICn | mornlgg '

from almost 1200 feel of water In j|I president ; \\eatherford ; and R. E. I'hinney considered the moving forte in the over errs mill.mlc,'il I mm i\ul his ICed| trawler shrimp,

the Gulf Stream If sunil'lent Interest organization of the CC-UF here u number of years ago. In right background in t theTnicli' \Un.ls. .

Is shown and the deep Bill Webb, one of the volunteer drive wo rke[ f4'e 1 A I hinge numbi at the city
trawling proves productive, thenthe | d.cks111l'lwd, us the
local economy might!: well feel kin'imp were iinluiulid< king, 'wash.-siered
a shot In the arm" from the id and boned
stimulation of the seafood \industry> .v4 !4/arrr I Hie Inliusl\ al Peterson shown\ !In PaiklnilCo UwlV!

In this area-( b I II CC-UF Drive Off To Fast Start ; ciileli naval leads Hills lo might UK I bihef hi a HtlmuluNIn 111 it the

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Also In tin.guild! news deport.mint i the Miifioil, ImliiHtrv hue find
witch fur the olllclal
onte) tiguln make Ibis oni uf the
announcement of a new Industryfor The Community Chest-United President HI-VIB Raubihcrt! issued Rausehcrt said Ihul he CUll old. nmj"r enmmiril.il ilshlnj; poili
rcrnmdlna: Beach In the October Fund campaign was off to a fine \\'elcom'e to those In attenddiiie -. eyed the $11.QUO quota for Nassau Of till Siilllllllist

13 edition of the Nlws. start Tuesday morning with around I and expressed his appro County: as modest and that the Lewis said that tin, shrimp Wife\
Leader. 35 campaign workckrs and officer elation at the fine spirit being exhibited only requirements to meeting the taken hunt the' wilers' if the Gulf
In attendance at the kickoff" by those participating I In i goal would be to get a little more Stream about 111)) miles Fast: Southeast
Gonna vole In the November breakfast at Seaside Inn the drive from each donor and to draw of criiumllna BI'DehllId
General Election Better be sure ._ siAstl
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more Into the campaign/ SILL IsJap thin
:wi they were tra1I1I1Ilhllut tall\
re registered Saturday Is the r
you In conclusion he riled the fine +b r eM $I "r Z n f.ilhiiniH
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4 >( Z drip willi uimind 13)0
deadline at the office of Marie
Shuns, Supervisor of : Small Business Administration To Have < etlorts to dale of Bob Cenek drive I fret of c iblc' frum the boat to Ibo11I't.
chairman, and presented \him to .
in the courlhnuscfr >l .
*Itegl&lrallon'l Representative Here Tuesday At P.O. those In attendance 'I llu wIrian ui|>tain snul that t
The Lion light I Ccncki Initial xtilcmcnl VMS i It, flip shrimping was dune under
full swing Buy t !: I "we have a goal Mint tan be met ( i. al'I'eI'ulll'r! conililliins, which
carton, and contribute to the William Nelson, a loan spec.!t I lion disaster In in Is to restore a should be met and will be met." n W Y IPI a1 vk ,A much, II ill mist t Impossible In "slay
Lions' effort In the field of light I lallst with the Small Business Administration ,. victim home or business ax> /He went on to nay Unit the $18'/J' ..w nil link nl limes II." added< <\ Iftat'
conservation will be In Fernan- nearly as possible to Us picdis. quota Is really nuded! If we are t tin bid weather forced Ihim.aareturn
I dlna Beach Friday morning at 9 aster tonclitlin The loan cannot to support the participating! en. 'f} to ;port early and limited
a m' for the purpose of Interview. i be for more than the actual tan cies !' the jut Id put ul catch
Fire Prevention Week starts l : !
Sunday and It's a good time to tog; applicants for disaster I loans I I Bible lien sulk red as a result ota f Cenck praised loiils Ferreira I .'. 'tJt' Interest In the Knyul I ItnU n'' a
rid of those fire hazards most I Nelson will have an office In major disaster, less any amount and Claude Wingale for their ....... .. ta aJ '_ 'slut In the arm" to the lislunu
get Room 301 of the Post 01 flee build received from Insurance or obtain work cochanmen of tin important Industry In this arl'aas iillnilrdbv
people let accumulate around a ing fed i I from any \other source I Snitch I as advance gift committee STIMULUS' .HW THE LOCAL SEAFOOD: 1 INDUSTRY(! ? These 17 boxes of large, sueruUnt the appearance nl the unloadIng .
home Fire Chief Bill Dopson and ,
his department' do an excellent' !I The announcement was made I I as the American Red Cross> for 'I and noted that well over $4.000 hall 1 looking Royal Red Shrimp were taken by Captain One Lewis. of the Trawler pf two representills, I'S of I the
job but let's not Insist on exhlbltlons I by, A B Lynch, manager of the I purpose of rehabilitation already been pledged Trade Winds. In two days of fishing in the Gulf: Stream about 80 miles. offshore United States Fish and! WlillilvCunlluiied
The more they rest the 11.881 disaster field office of he( SBA In I; Lynch also listed several steps II t 'However' he (eoncludid "the Viewing the king-xlze shrimp which were netted in around 10(1( fathoms ((1140 feet ) ( on page threes)

is lost In costly fires and the safer Jacksonville I that should be taken by applicants>>,1 l longest>t part of Hie road Is still I of water, are left to right, Jack Kivers, f shine methods and equipment IIpeclalllll t .
is this community Seems like a Lynch noted that the purpose. I I as follows: ahead and It l Is now up to the In. of the U, S. Fish and Wildlife Service ; Billy Kurbnnk of Stimdiird Hardware ('0., fArt
Center
ofd, at Small:I Business Admmistrar Continued on six. )
page
mighty good time, t to have,those I dividual drive 'workcis. I have utfitteri. of the Trade Winds, ; Captain Lewis; .'Iod Nudl, fishily biologist nitrUhe I Opening.. ,
furnace* and- other" heating units ( every OMMidwca." that they wilt U. 8. Fish and Wildlife Service; llydle II, /tar8OII, Jr.. and Hydie-1'eteraon,' & .7
checked < alas before cold weather meet the challenge and see the Peterson packing (' who bought the catch and will \ ? An J:5ftftw Slated.,
Red Cross Budget t Here'Fpr HurricaneDora 0., : retail the Royal, Reds, from .
get here. Faulty heating li a i I campaign through to a speedy;'lid I their retail outlet, Sea Food City. .
prime contributor to fire los*. successful conclusion"
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note 'K- Disaster Relief To Exceed $16,000The I I (Continued On Tag Two) 4BY

Had'a this week from one,' Pirates In Deadlock With P. K. P-TA Meeting Set
Prof John Q. Citizen In answer'' Yonge; PATRICtA MAYO
In. American Red Cross at of Birmingham, Ala, Mr. teen Dr. Alvin Bayer IIIEngaged'in Tonight At 8 P.M.
to my request for an efficient The Fernandina Beach Art Ccn.
noon Tuesday had $640941 Wolcott of Alexandria Va., and ,
strumcnt to measure ,wind here spent I Green Cove There ler will officially
May open on
Springs Friday Sunday
the In Nassau County in Hurricane Ralph Davis of Atlanta, Ca, reporting John L Gregory, president of ,
and for Information on heightof October 4th at 1.30 P.M. with a
PracticeOf the
'Please Dora disaster relief and It, (IS.an. for the Red Cross Fernandina Beach Junior High-
tide. Note read show of "PAINTING OLD AND
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note, tides have been measured ticipated that the figure will 'reach Kirkland and Mrs Wolcott headed The Fernandina Biaih, Plrntes second period which- was tho Icor.I Elementary Parent-Teachir Also NEW
for years by Jim Clark Note $16350 \I hen11\ requests. have I up the local Red Cross operation Here and the P'; K. Yon Ill' Blur Wave I log for the evening elation wishes to rtmlnd (' ery. Many owner of heirloom paint.
Dentistry
been processed. battled toll' 8.8 sink'male last Fri one of the first '.TA meeting of
shack on city dock! Anemometer and Davis Is a disaster re.presenlatlvo The Blue Wave captlllird on a Ings have consented to display
generally are smashed by winds The above' figures were made for South Carolina day night when the two\ keystone Icrnandlna fumble lo scare their the ye'at;, I might: at 8 lint. them III contrail to
over hurricane force 75 ml per public Tuesday afternoon when Georgia and Florida currently I Alvin Bayer, III DDS has Conference l trams fimulil It out on Inuthdown when Whit Sprlngflild I The milling IIb held; at the I work of local artists contemporary This should
hr. The velocity of the winds here Red Cross officials met with the I serving as assistant director of I opened offices here at 1014 Atlantic the local gridiron. The game lived fell on a Nobles fumble on the I Elementary School be an Interesting demonstration of
were anybody guess! All damageon local advisory committee for a Hurricane Don relief work out A\rnue,, and Is engaged In | up to preseason pieilnliins, Ihnt hi-rnundliia 40 yard line. Tom and DIIIII) lJIallkcn styles and techniques and pointup
beach was fi. m water U S I detailed report of JacksonvilleKlrkland I i the practice of dentistry I, these teams would bo the two In HuiiHin. veteran Wave buck, did I IInillot loiinly biiptrlnlrmlint! Clfl.lorlllm'l the thunups that have taken
Engineers can find ample sand at The meeting was conducted by said that Just prior to I! Dr Bayer Is a native of Jaik.lonvllle the race for the Kiv 'lone' Confnr.rncc of the bull carrying along IiiHlruellnn. an will as place In art through the yearsMany .
So. end on sand bin on is. Bryan Rauschert, chairman of the I I the meeting $:+o505! had gone for where he attended Lan- Crown, therefore; h'n (the with Steve Tiilile and the Wave cipals and teachers will of the old paintings have
lands In Nassau river Just committee, with Mitchell\ Kirkland (Continued on Page Three) I don and Bishop Kenny High | two met, a battle ro>'ul was scheduled worked the ball! I lo the rcrnandln I dut'id.Gregory. some fascinating stories brfcHM) /
pump It buck! (Siinod) Prof. -- Schools lie did undergraduatestudies I to lake place I 4 where Ilunsin curried It over urges a !good response thrm and arc of guat fiitlmcjifgl( l
John Q Citizen" Come forth, at Jacksonville University P. K. \onue seond, Us tniiih- after Iwo tile s< II msen tried a for thin unitingFernandina. value! to Ihelr owmrs/ The modern
Prof, John Q and enlighten me 1964 Woman's Club Musical PromisesTo I where he was president of the student 'down In the first (iiinlir| and the run for the txiin point, but the I works will demonstrate the talent
more, such as why anemometers i I council and was elected a I Pirates knotted the score In the Fernandina line held and the Beach of the many fine artist In the Fer-
can't be built to withstand winds member of the Green Key Honor. -- --'- score stood 6.0. I Weather nandlna area A show of children

over hurricane force and the best Be Best In Family Entertainment I ary Leadership Society Hurricane P, K, Yonge kicked off to ,, works will also be on display,,
Special
j, ate I V, 8 Alipr" vtd Wt.lhfr Station
method to use In pumping sand He finished his undergraduate nandlna lo Richard () on tdnHh IIh Al Lima lraal' The Art Center will be open on
ten or more miles We could sure The Woman Club of Fern/in/ (Continued From Page One) studies al the University of FlorIda Still Available the Pirate 34 and he returned 2 I Thurs. Spl' 24 92 70 T Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
use it, both now and forevermore dlna Beach will present Its annual emergency mass care, (47003 for aim attended Emory Unlvcr- yards In HIP 'Hi /Hiryl Kite- raced I'I rrl. Sept 25 81:I fiJ 0 afiunmins between the hour of
'fafa entertainment at the clubhouse In food clothing and maintenance; shy School of Dentistry where he Although the demand tan bun I to tho midfield stripe, then PeeWee Silt. SI'I'1.| t 2H 81 74 .01 i 3 011) and S m to give everyone..an
Sure to bring a lot of comfortto ( two gala performance on the I $4.849.26 for rebuilding and repairs, received a Doctorate of Dental heavy for the Ncwsleudirs recent Nobles added t to the Wave Sun, Sept 27 81 76 .17 oppoitunltyy to see the fine work
the Jim Beard family Is the evening of Wednesday, October I $22171 for household furnishings, : Surgery In 1962. pictorial Hurricane Special. 41 as the first quarter ended. On Mon., Sept 28 87 73 02 being shown Memberships are
latest evidence of the high esteem 14, and Thursday, October IS 130200 for occupational supplies)] He Is married to the former copies are still available at the the first play In the second period Tues. Sept 2'J! 87 74 0 still available and m.y be pur.
in which their eon Jimmy, wa The curtain will rise at S pm i and equipment and 11553 for Renla Catherine Poe also a native business office at 511 Ash St Schema ran for a first down on Wed, Sept. 30 88 74 0 chased at the opening. Persons
held by his fellow students at each evening.Many 'medical and nursing for the $6. of Jacksonville end they Wrapped copies may be pur. I II the Wave 22 Nobles failed to gain, The weather, I li Iurnl.i<.i4 enurtaiy wishing to enroll la the children
Florida Slate University A chip people have gone to the i 40945 total J., have one son, Michael Alvin born I chased for mailing convenience I Beryl Rice lout 5, then a Noble P."I' .7lh PuhMc inmt,M t,. and adult art classes may do sat
Lima
ter of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity Fair but none have had the fun He laid that the OIer.1anti.\ April !, 1963 In Corpus Christ! Price of the special edition Is 20c (Continued on PaD Six) V.,wl., t'NI::Inn r rnnnnrntlv it atreer Ohwrvpv i I that time.
has established the James E. or been entertained a* "Slim" I ilpatcd expense are projected a* I Texas
Beard Scholarship Awrrd, which and "Slick" are on their rollick. (Continued on Page Six) i I (Continued on page six)

of will rotating'go twice trophy annually to a the* a oror form : Law Library Added To Nassau County Courthouse I

ity having the most Improved
grade point evirate!: Young Beard Two FBHS Students Are SemifinalistsCompetition A few years ago: anliilpaliim *
who was on a full four-year Ray I of the day when Nassau County C- ,Um
oiiler scholarship after an enviable would have sulfielinl" court pin utiki'
high school record here, died In cicdlngs tu warrant I a full-lime t : ; ,
an automobile accident In June In U.S.: Merit Scholarship Circuit Court Judge a I hail I uttormy .
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'A' i Initialed a eampaUn; to X
Anyone seen two wooden lgns secure a law library Inr the cuuit.

on which are painted the hugs of *' *' ... .. .. A. 11. Humph principal of Fernandina house here
two of the eight powers that have Beach High announced The attorney Alum C Thump

ruled over this Uland Two of the today that two of the school) ntu son, Jr, began HIP) campaign e' t'1 t
handsome 'flans' that the Jay. dents have been named SemifinalMt when he was first suited, as Jlrt' t.
cces erected and have maintainedjust In the 1964-65 Merit Scholarship dent ol the! Nasmm County Bar
West of the Amelia River competition Association and he Immeidutely 1
drawbridge\ : on Route 200 were sf'.r .Ab appointed a commitm. headed by
whisked away by the winds of Nan l He said they became SemifinalIsts I. Col E, V Garcia l I" explore" the
Dora and cannot be found If you trough: their outstanding performance possibility of securing such a U.
spot tile ags"' please notify the on the National Merit brary.
Jaycees. The other nx are being ;weeau j j', f Scholarship Qualifying Test Thin The effort rescind,. Its culmln.
repainted and the missing two lest of educational developmentwas atlon last year when :\a..au'l two
will have to be constructed unless given In more than 17.Out hUh; Icgisldtur, He", Ilirry/ Mratlon
lehools last March F.I .
found secured
they are and ftep ClaudevVmuulu
*6* The student cited for their hluh passage of a bill In 'Ih.tJrldli. \
No doubt the report of the War. achievement are Jeff D.III' and Legislature rexarilinii the library
:us
ren Commission made Interesting Kathy tlardee The bill prepared by Attorney
reading but I can't help but won. They are among 14.0110(> senior* Thos J. Shave Jr read that 111.
der just exactly what this expensive throughout the country who attain Ing fees for litigants .n civil suit
probe really proved Some of ed Semifinalist status The Semi. could receive a nominal Increase .
the most competent law enforce finalist /group la composed of the and thil the funds snured through
ment men In the world had already highest 1 scoring students In eadi the Increase would\ he earmarked ,
fur
JIDGE WILLIAM I.. Ul'ItiEN( ) : hr lat Ihurxclay court proceeding,
established\ Oswald evident state and In United Slates\ terrllorles for a Naisau County law library.
paid a hill to the new law library in the Nassau" County courthouse ax did John ,W.
hi ; .
guilt and background Nothing Each Semifinalist now moves To dale the fund have bees
more can be done to a dead Os. a step eInner to winning a four used lo refurbish one room of toe Lee, Jacksonville attorney. Left to right, Thou. J. Shave Jr.. assistant! slat at tor-
wild and certainly Jack Ruby year Merit !Scholarship! to the col. Judicial chambers In the court ney; 1 Col. E. V. Garcia, judge of (he Small Claims Court ; Durden; Albin C. .Thompson .

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Two Kisvi-Luaner, Feru&iimna Beach, Florida ihur"cuvy, UctoDei J., iuu 4" form I d.:Snil< wrvtce to (lie Inn!. Just Rambiin' ed. He adds that he'. Int.restecllQ
-. :SCOUT tary personnel (from the area At
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I tills time wt have 371 tit afire I IJ of his old buddies
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER TO I ?Continued From Fife Onel) any hrs
IETTRS County servinglIn
""I"11m' Nassau
jlnU his address Is
around 8131''
(U ASH STREET PHONES 261J686 ttl.MM When you make''a aonat Ion to your CommunityCheat J the Armed Forces with access die li cast I doubt It Kennedy'swidow still Srare Street.Ilere'a.one. ,

A John H. Perry NewspaperRay THE EDITOR United Fond, p;rt.nf year contribution goes t* j I It these, facilities or members real solace of In Mi the familyfound gory oft

Caldwelt Editor .Manager: support Boy Scout actfvjtles! in Nassau County. This TRAVELERS AID SOCIETrI details any of the assassination. And I like for logic \

ABC AUDITED: PAID CIRCULATION: 18158 X. W 2nd Avenue year we have thus far an !&% Increase In Cub Scout I "This orginlzatlon, over 100 I II In the main, I resent the aspor. small bo'( questioning his Dad
Published every Thursday and enteiw! at the Post Offlrcfernandlna yean old, primarily deals 'with during thunderstorm on aspectsof
enrollment and a 2fl%' Increase In Stout enrollment A I the FBI's
Miami Fh. 33100 : lions that were cast vn
Beach, Florida, a. iwcoiwi class maU mutter casework services to families I or weather that his elder was find.
Subscription Rstesi Sept. 24, l'W4! new Cub Pack at Milliard and another new one In Fern Individuals whose problem ''a''1Ie.1 i part In the
$4 a year' 12.25 4 months $125 3 Months Fernandina Beach :News Leader andlna Reach along with a new Scout Troop at Calla. 'ing away from home. Financial have been many politicians, surlta Inn with his own finallycamp (
up assumption
'4.50 a year out nf county 511 AshFernandina Warren, who have little love
han.'I' Aid Is often given to help reestablish that God evidently makes the
Beach, Florida. Part of your dollar 11 directly retained to you In them In their home town We (for clone-knit efficient operation i lightning: so the rain will know
headed J. EdgarHoover ,
that
lot More Seafood I Gentlemen: the form of a well-traingd Scout and future man-hood. have been able during the pant such as by where to Call
i An operation
for long
I subscribe _. hrme for in
to news
I yearly your year to secure passage oft
w:The approach of autumn always seems to herald a universal i paper, and was called back recently shoes mJf'f'IOft. some of the destitute people who' In which the usual political Innu-I
were made available to little They say that a girl lurking for
has played
l craving for more of the always delicious seafood. after complete devastationof CC-UF Drive for one reason or another have rme
.. The majority of this was mere government agencies operated stirring: passages to read might
our beach home by Hurricane been stranded In our county without
.:Fernandina Beach la dependent to a great extent: on distributed to seedy children just I as efllclrntly and had richcompetent well try the ct' kbtak,

11I seafood Industry and we suggest\ that fish, oyaters and home Dora after We'd having Just recently spent the returned monthof (Continued (from Page One) prior to the opening of school sufficient YMCA funds I heads this country I vegetarians any

other shellfish find a more consistent place in k>cul menus. August at the beach, which was RaiMchprt next presented R. E'I I I During the year we also had a II I' would I have far less of the headaches The that mlx dIU'p'nR
have arllve
"Although no
family out la the county that lout gist! for you, and
Local available! with suit the moot beloved second home Phlnney, knonn as the "daddy"of It now suffers. are I
markets are a variety to our as.sumlng all their possessions when a fin unit of this orcanlntion! 'In our *, thoroughly: agree, M long as linyaic
*
effort In this
the CC L'F county ''
polite of the most discriminating gourmet. Puy them a someday we'd settle thereto I for his work- In the Initial endeavor destroyed their \home I placedon I County they do sponsor a fine organlzatlon heard the scnsatloml lives, tens and twentiesl .
Have
spend our retirement after I you
gill and )'ou'lfind\ some new taste treats. my call to the office In Jackson. i In our local! High Beach
husband In the last 10 nine years ago records of the Fernandina
puts
yearsas '
=Fish and shellfish are rich {In nutritive value, since they a Miami city police detective. Phlnney said that the worst vile and 11them Information I !School, the Trl-Hi-Y.distribute These Thanksgiving girls, High School concert and dance I

are-excellent sources of very digestible protein, and contain You have the small remains ot our stumbling block to any campaignof I as to ages of the children and by 48 In number and Christmas baskets to bands? Everyone agrees they're !I

essential minerals, vitamin L and fats. beach home shown on page 1-A, I this nature Is procrastination had nightfall on the of the scent same a complete day they set the needy, astlst In the Polio terrific and a real addition to any ,>o YoU'KNOW; ?

least 4th picture down the page on the He cited that few will force their one's record collection. They can
Everyone should eat at one serving of seafood of household furnishings and cloth Drive and many other welfare | '
donation on a worker and that be secured through Band Director
every day. You know, of course, that proteins build and rlghthand side September 17 lusts the ins for tile family projects. Each month, as a group, THE FLORID TOURISTINDUSTRY
make con the high
must
necessary Jonathan Hill at
which shows Just small debris left you
church together. Certainly t 13 WORTH
attend
"Another little known but they
body tissue Minerals essential for the very
repair are
per. after total destruction of what was tacts.Phtnney, this Is developing a good school' band room for only $3,50. I655OOO.OOO AND I)
formance of certain functions of the body' and maintenance noted that Mrs Jona. Imoortant work of the Salvation before they .
a 2-story concrete block home, I of responsibility for our Better gel your's early WOX 7 TIMES "
of 1 hornetCDI' senor ] VLflROER
la
Army, the operation
.
of"the teeth and bones. than Hill, CC-UF) executive secre.tflry.
with a J-car garage downstairs, It ladles and In turn they are run out. t "-
Jackson. young
un-wed mothers at ..
Vitamins are necessary to life, health and prowth! being Just 3 years old, moving. was the strongest perennial vOle and Tampa. We do hive occasions helping our community" 1 THAN CITRUS THE r::;r;:.. t\.a

Fats are used by the body for heat and energy. You get Just a short time before we'd Invaluable force of the assistance organization officers to list these facilities, I'm At the conclusion of the meeting Memo to clubs and groups with. \\\tNDUSTftY I ( ) .
and of to chairmen
all.these and other nutrients, too, from seafood left the beach, I'd written to my chairmen sorry .to report, but It Is a service Mrs. Hill noted that the breakfast out publicity your \\
and to as ,
Is us
news Just as important
friend Senator Smathers,
''In other words, seafoods are available In all varieties I who had In turn contacted George the Sac County Judge J. E. (Gene) We. that provides good care Also theSalv.llon li sponsored annually by Container any we now carry; Newspapers !

here and it'. a good idea to eat more and more, todny, to- ,I annab Corps of Engineers, with therford was the featured speakerat Packages Army to those passes confined out during Cheer Corporation Incorporoted of America and commended and Rayonier i]i cannot furnish publicity chairmenand

morrow, or Just any oldday reference to Governmental allocation the "klckefP breakfast He the '' most all groups recognize
the Christmas Holidays In the two industries on their r I listed the participating agencies fact and send In their news.
olIO of funds to combat beach erosion NowFor
Hospital City and County Jails of this charitable effort t and Register
lad gave an Insight Into each one yours Is one that does not
and re-build the Fernandlaa
Eire' Prevention : Your Job I as It affects the Nassau Count and the County Farm I their participation. i remember there are three losers '
Beach area, and I had received 1
I "Tht amount of money spent by As the meeting ended drive work.
"""Fire !is something that happens to the other fellow, letter from him, also the Army CC.UT.Weatherford's. In the Salvation Army In Nassau era received their assignments andcampaign your group, this paper and a I' Annual

maybe, but not to me." I Corp of Engineers, who I setteefrom address follows County last year exceeded the a- literature I public that Is Interested in all
Its entirety: activity
your paper were Just recent mount granted the organization Others In attendance at the meet. community
Do you dismiss fire and its destructive potential in this GIRL SCOUTS I PontPassKickContest
ly there surveying the area (oreroaloB
through our United Fund They lag BUI Leusthner' Davis
were
casual, careless way? Far too many of us do, yet statistics and storm damage I Mart Tht Girl Scouts provide t provide the! service where the needexists. Little 1 Chuck Flennlkcn.'I John Hut j Florida citrus growers need

show how wide of the mark Is' this attitude. I ed the project and hope It can be character building program for The 'local committee Is composed chins, AI Eason; Fred McLean, Bill have no worry. Orange juice Is

Consider the fire record In homes: In the United I followed through, even though" 1 our girls who will be the future I of Dan Daugherty, chairman Waas, Buddy Klnser Dan Daugherty sure to be the all-time favorite I

States, more than 586,000() homes and apartments destroyed have ae more property there on homemakers and mothers of our Harry Poole and myself." I Mrs. Gordon Butler JimmyGraves drink of youngsters now that the I
Beatles have divulged they start
which t* base my personal Interest, Community. The Scouting Pro. PRIZES OFFERED
Dean Roscoe Moore, ,
or damaged annually, bringing death to over 6,300 people; BOY SCOUTS Oxley
I each day with about a pint
for In Nassau County
I still like the town, and beach, and gram girls aplcl'e.\
: Canada; more than 61,000 residences hit by fire, with hope someday to re-build our Is now a part of the Gateway Girl "The Boyy Scout Program In I Bob Tarpley, Ira Hall, Lyn orange (nice that Is. What \
BobWhite R. p, Talblrd.' Extccn )I 8. 13 Years
the Nassau District under Baughman Boys
about 450 killed. "home of the future" right there at Scout Council with headquarters I they eat ? For the four the order
.' Elvin Houston
District Chairman and Fred Cm betl, Evert Sapp
This the basis of national I wonderful beach la\ Jacksonville. usually goes like this four individual
very year, on averages, a your Townsend, District Commissioner, I Dean Blankcnshlp, Ernest Duvls GIG VIZCARRONDO,
home in your general neighborhood will\ be involved in fire, I feel real bad to think It .suffer "At the present time we have definitely provides a very necessary Burns Bailey Bill Webb, Mercury I IKavouklls packages of corn flakei.two I Director
of ,
jwssibly a fatal one and it could be yours! ed so severely from Hurricane eight troops In Fernandlna Beach 'I service to our boys and an N Arnold E. Hansen John I dozen quarts three-minute orange juice, water one I '

Dora' and hope such a disaster can serving KM) girls and utilizing 24 of adult Williams I Joe Ripley, Reed Lew. eggs REGISTRATION
Consider what fire does to industrial and commercial opportunity to many we (I'I biscuits and pots and pots of lea I FOR
each Over 162,000 U. S. and 14,000 Can. be avoided again. I was wishing adult leaden. In Callahan we have I volunteers .to enjoy the benefits of clten and Ray Caldwell No wines alcohols and never aI: AND FURTHER
:3J: ildinK8> year: I even In this Instance, before r It ever SO girls'" and 10 adults and In Hill The North or
Scout Program
the
wlian plants, stores, offices and other business properties struck your area there, that It was Bard 25 girls and 4 adult leaders, Florida Council provides the services i iI wool What am I doing putting' INFORMATION STOP
:2;stroyed damaged. all from Nassau The out all this info? The shaggy set INTOIAY.ATLasser,
or possible for It to change Its course County of a Professional Scouter

25 This very year, on the average, a business operation and hit this part of the state again, Gateway Council maintains a pro. who make I weekly trip to our I SOID IT I lire certainly not my cup of tea I

:35 the area where you work will be hit by fire, possibly In. I feeling this area Is better preparedto fetslonal team of Scout workers I County to provide Information and KTNROU6HiHE Anyone remember* *a George Fit e Motor

Solving: longer-term loss/ of earnings and jobs cope with the heavy tides and and regularly sends! a representative aid In organising Scout Units and I ,
temporary or strong winds than there to aid and advise the local W s tgelad, who nays he left here In I
are
you up
:3jy!: its employees. It could be yours,, Nobody feels any worse than I do volunteers The Gateway Council I to Scouting helpla .the Camping many other facilities phasesof art 1917. George writes for a copy Company.

__; Don't gamble that you can escape the financial head- for all the destruction created by bas established Camping Faclll- midi available for all of our boys, 'I the paper and gIve. South OCj ,
his address
:jfhes or family heartbreaks that fire inevitably bring! Its strength and hope the people ties for use by the Girl Scouts sad I white and colored, and many of Calif, as present .
that the last he
saw
lays paper :::
can Ice a way clear, and won't this spring all 180 girls from Fer.nandlna boys participate tn this phase :
fire business too at home and our ----- --
Make prevention one -- ----- -
your I become too discouraged to rebuild Beach used the Camp. of Scouting each summer. f ---

3i job I there again, since It might never The Council also gave three trainIng During the past year the N.sI

T again happen, Yon dodged them I II sessions during the year and sau District has shown a 35% Increase I,
I for 21 local adults for Scouting '
manyears. qualified In Scout Units and sn 18';

I Anyhow, my sympathy goes out work Increase In membership. A tremendous
BUCCANEER LANES
tn all who suffered damage as we I "The local Girl Scouting movement boost to the Scouting I

did We will Just keep our this up. under the able leadership of Program In Nassau County wasIIlvl'l

a( and look ahead lo a bright, new, Bill Leuschner as Executive Board \ this past week, when Ralph
SPECIAL k shlnv, future at Ptrnandlna Beach Representative, Penny Weatherford Wood, one of the most dedicated

Maybe your Chamber. of Com as Neighborhood Chairman, Mild Scout Master's 1 have ever known,

I mane needs a publicity helper, red Thumas as Troop Consultant, came out of a very short retire-
Huh ? Marge Leuachner. Joan Carr Car. Is Scout Mas.i .
: FAMILY DAY EACH SUNDAY meat and once again
Kindest regards, nlyn Music and Evelyn Brewer as i ler of Troop 19 Nassau District ,

: I Mis. U V. Olson. Jr Delegates, Martha AliUv as Troop also lays claim to having one of
Noon Until
_ I2J Closing', -- Organizer and the many other volunteer I the tcp Scouting officials In the
Editor workers are making exceptionally entire United States, our owa Bob
Fernandlna Beach News Leader good progress and wo now :
f _\ 35c Per GAMEBOWLING Phinnev
-
,
;PJ Now that the revaluation incomplete have established a fine Gut Scout I CHILDREN HOME SOCIETY I BRAKE ADJUSTMENT

: \ :.., will the school have program "This organization/ Is a licensed,
AMERICAN RED CROSS
;;::;.-- enough money to reduce some of' non-sectarian child placing agency
"Our local' Red Cross Chapter
obstacles to effective teaching: I with a trained casework stalf
Ilho under the able guidance of' Dot .
: high standard This Week
thai has confronted Nassau County They maintain a very I Only
Hill our Local Representativehas ,
k -
In
the adoption
i teachers In recent years?
given assistance to many active
the Infant,
I Apparently Eddie McKcndree service men, veterans snd I which protect
proeelle'l'
the
and
1 has dune an adequate Job of revaluing -I, civilians during the past year A Ural mother
For Fun They spare no
Family I parents.
county property However
number of loans or grants were ,
home for
If the school) board was not given II i llnd the right
\ made available to several servicemen ''
: an estimate I of the new mill value I "Their services lo Nassau Conn
I their dependents
before shout started, then :the !IqUl'stinn or ty have grown tremendously In I $ 19
"The Red Cross has provided
: OFFER GOOD 'TIL FURTHER NOTICE arises, did this seriously cducnlinml I the past Iwo years. From low I Iud
as usual, an programIn through 19fi2 8 children were ploy
limit school for this
spending
: 717 South 8th Street Phone 261-54M Nassau County spunioilng nut and adopted In Nassiu Connt> ''
school year If It did, then many r only the wrll-rccognUrd and Important children 1 I
j 1111 IOC>3Ie had 6 more I1441i.
county taxpayers of course, will Swimming Lessons but aIM communities I
i ---- -- to become a part of our
Home Drmnnnlratlun courses and thus far this year 7 more '

: First Aid Life Saving and the children have already been placed |
volunteer Nurses; Any
;" .. Likable very Important and adopted In Nassau County ,I
Ys 'a "I'" & Aid:: Program. .., All ,1,1tt these t hlvtproven # <'Ther..III"-an ther. Important. ... 4 AmericanI'!"
I be oT benefit to
.. to poet of the Chlldrens Home Society ,
beautiful
Buick'65.Affordable
I our county, also and I I'm sure that all Car
"Another aspect of the Red Cross I. ,
of you recall on January 2nd, I
I program has been brought to us 1963 when \I ewer. all shocked by I Can make your car
very vividly In the pant 2 weeks Infant
the finding of a day old
and reachable following the devastating effectsof abandoned In our county The pull left or right Our brake mechanics

Hurricane Dora on our county. fant, due lo the mystery In-I' when you stop. will adjust your !
With the departure of Dora the

::= : .::..,' ':. : Smack in Red Cross disaster team moved overniulil ing It, was became called somewhat"Baby X"of. a Correct this dangerous brakes, add fluid, if

Into our County, and set up headquarters I celebrity, due to the publicity. I condition NOW! needed, and inspect brake
to aid our citi/enry with
think the entire community 'fell In
walletrange.Buick. mainlen I linings and drums.Battery .
toed, clothing 'ince, repair love with this little fellow and we I Il

of owner-occupied homes, fun\- l all wanted the best for him With I II

lure, household necessities, medl- this In mind the Children Home I II

,,,,.+ cal and nursing cure, and occupational I Society was called In and given

supplies and equipment to I custody of Baby X for subsequent failures are expensive! FAMOUS MAKEBATTERIES
I hose who were so badly hit by I $ 99
adoption I followed this case par. Come in for a FREE BATTERY CHECK
a Ihls disaster. The Ked Cross does
learned of the
nut sell food or disaster supplies extremely tlcularly close high and standard of ethics before you start your Vacation Trip AS LOW AS. 6 Valt Each,

and never makes disaster loam. employed. by this ognnizatios.i i II I

They provide the above assistance This child experienced serious difficulties I
us an outright gift through our I standpointfor ,
from health
local disaster chairman Bill Gal- 3 or 4 mcnths.a but due to the I II Tirtfon. Da Luxe Champion

phln and the Red Cross Representative
1 x fine medical attention I given by
Mr Kirkland I the medical staff of this organlza- \ Any Size

SALVATION ARMY turn h.I al pulled! through the I t NEW TREADS

"The Salvation' Army carries tni second serious crisis of his young I Whitewalls .

world recognised, spiritual and \ life at the ace of' 4 months I'm h I MTMIADS ON SOUND TIM 10011100 ON VOUH OWN tints

material program, assisting thaw happy to report that this young!

many people who could not otherwise fellow has been adopted by a nice I 'I ,

receive help during their Air Force couple and presently 1M I F011 .

lime ft need with his father stationed In Greece 4 ONLY $4949

I Last year In Nassau County, "The Society as you can see,

the Salvation Army had61, applications performs several' Important tune-

for emergency aid. Of Urns and they are always ready to Plus tax and 4 trld..ln tires et same slie off your ear.'

; '65 course some of these were found help our County. :Mrs Eva Ana-

to be fraudulent or unnecessary pot has recently been replaced by

' However 844 food orders were Mrs Margaret Muller as Division

: Buick'Wouldn't !minted and distributed I might I Director rf our area and 1 feel

I add that these food orders consist sure that the tint cooperation between -

ClI basic food necessities only with our county and the Society
rather first class
: you really go;
greatest emphasis placed on I ob- I will continue In the future

: Kl TOW tOCtt WTlWIiZtD fclCH OfMI MTNCHiZro IUICH OMUH IN Tail ANa_ _________________ laming necessary 'food for the la.'ants tso BEACrf
In addition, clothing lid. I "This organisation provides a FERNANDINA
----.- borne for I the ,
type atmosphere ,
I HARPER, PONTIAC BUICK be relieved lid some, possibly Armed Forces personnel. that areaway

overjoyed to know that once agaia from home. Facilities are
i adeqUAle school financing has beel I provided for reading letter writIng t 118 Atlantic! ,Are. Phone 261.4482Page

'_ -925 South 8th Street Phone 261-4167 postponed and general recreational and

William A. Chllds social' activities These units per. I

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N'ews-Lender, Fcrnandinn, reach: Florida Thursday! October 1 10(51!)( Page Three
I Kitfrell Funeral -.----- -- ....:

Interest High Here In Royal Red Shrimp (Held Sunday At .'f, ,... .j



(CentInued From Page One' '' .., ...
Nudl.Service, Jack !Itlvcrs and Floyd 1 1st' Baptist Church

I
Rivers Is a fishing methods andequipment 1 1a
James Daniel Klttrrll. 4'l! n t
specialist and Null Is
told 'Ui reM 1 In HoKquc Bcllo i inIrrv
fishing blulniiihl Both at.
a are ,
,uml.iv afternoon hlIl11\ u"
Inched to the researchctscl\ I
funeral ill I he First Baptist Chow' ,
'Orcgin", based al Si Simon'sIsland.
Officiating lit the chine rimes ill
They were formerly ,I. I J p'm WIIH Rev James T 1 Pun'
taehi-d to the 'Silver Bay"I hlehhUI
Dam: pallor assisted by Die Rev
.
conducted widespread exploration iW., II Saltern. Jr. of Wi.ieros' .
j off the Florida East Coast 1
Ga Graveside MI'rvit'elIH conducted '' t
Also viewing the Royal Reds
by Amelia Lodge 4" K &:
were Hairy S.ihlman, owner of a AM
r ry N widespread shrimping!! fled, and ,]
Bill llirdcc of Standard IlireluarcCo.

ek which' deals In marine supplies -

and outlined the "Trade

Winds" for Captain Lewis. s
_
W Captain Lewis Is rerogniicd as
to one of the more able operators of I

a trawler and has shrimped) all .

Ihe wiy' from Florida to Texas, va.MSt ,

Mexico Nicaragua, Honduras,
Panama, Puerto Rico and the :
French British and Dutch Gulan. I

as In South America sass ,

One of his chief claims to notoriety

came In !%I when his tlirlmp'i

boat, the "West Wind", ran aground -
at night onto a reel near

tk Cuba and he and his crew, were I

Liken olf the boat by a Cuban navy '. 'J1.IWItJo'I'

aensel! while an American CoastGuard I .MltS. :\ : OUNIIMMIIU: ('ounl chairman for the HIM! Cancer Crusade,.

ester stood helplesilv by I is ,shown reciting; a geld key! distinguished 11\\ ,II II of HIP American Cancer Society'

without clearance to enter Cuban I front H,'. II. H. I.'urht'd'r, Executive Director of the I Dinal>> I Count I)' (I'nil.'sIrs, Ox ley

WATCHING THE ROYAL REDS as they ride up a conveyor hell. after going through \I liters. leeched the award Tor nu-i-llnir Nassau: ('ount) '.. goal of li.'IHI:; and eNcvcding It by

the required washing! and showing the lane size of the shrimp are. left to right, The late John Rob s. lixal marine I ,tJ l l ltfi.l'ti.)( She I Is nnl>' (the 11th person In the ,.talt'lo l< rt''iH'( the I 1I\\ml.l'idurtd: are,

Hydie Peterson, Jr.. Preston Adams"" Phillip Stewart, Bill Hardee of Standard Hard. Lev.Is'! surveyor release was alter able having to' effect the fn.nt. lift, Pr. I'orlit'tkrr, and' :Mrs.lo( >'. li) C 1 I'. Diikcns.) medical iid\isor to the Nas-'

ware Co., H.vdie Peterson! Sr, and John Tiliakos of Tiliukos limit Uuilders. suite Department contact the I Mr kiltrell died smldi-nlv !eau: Cotinl ( 'nil. Mrs, Dit'k'nsIrs.) : Arnold Robinson' 'I', II. \Velli, and Mrs. U'ellsMT"+

Swiss embassy In Havana who In Thursday! mm'mug while litM'>ik (ill.ihan. 11. K. Sturgcs and Mrs. Si urges, all mcmlieri of the N'l.ss.iu' (t'nil and Mrit/

committee just 1 how a family applies linn appealed In Castro. Also re al Havimier IIII'I hl'l'l' 11(' wiMachine :>'ui.i: lIit'ktlilh the Educational Department) of the Ihmil) l'ouuty (I'nit. ..:!.
Red Cross | for help how they arc : Dr. Dale CowlingTo I'a''dl'as hale Decs, also of HIHIIII Superintendent --.

screened and the action taken on Keriuindina Beach who Lew. Ik was n.ilivc eif South C.irn
was I i a
i Continued From Pare One 1 ) i their applications and the final Lead RevivalAt is' male, Una mid hid lived I In Kerii.iiniiiu Lions Hear Talk I ed The actual I film I : 1ISII"n: : color::' hv,nod:trawlers show';; .I I, s.ild. the Ilinbank him was
disbursing of funds, where approv. Lewis' his successful Beach for must of the (line
follows: mass care, $809; food crew on I mine In the Gulf of Mexico mind thehundiciips wine/ CoI'residi'iil.
ed. trip to the iiilf Si i'cam were liar- 1938. Ho was a member III'111l''
clothing and maintenance, $1 i>UU; tliiil me found. tin sums'of i ) C'aisnn MiKctulree .
building ind repair. $'1509; house. She noted that to date SO have First Baptist old Gandy and George: Jovner.. First Baptist flimch mid sited On Membership; the more. Inc'gular botumi\ 1<' ropniled
huld furnishings $1000; nccupatlcmal registered: for assistance with 37 The catch of the 'Trade Winds" on time Biinid df II'Ut'III1S He1 was rain 1'I I' on the (chili ('IIrrenl"lIl1ht
having been bought by Peterson Packing a member of the <'h"I1I.1I I'lnli, I hull sale. and, Bald thud 02(00. had
already processed. was
1 and
( supplies equipment
Dr. Dale Cowling, pastor of the See Undersea Film The narration/ of the film alwtlull
hem (turned In to date. Additional
She added that funds are given | Co. and will be retailed locally Amelia Lodge( No 47. &: AM.
$730; medical and nursing $3700. only to those who cannot recover Second Baptist Church of Little through the Sea Food City, and was president of I the tiulil I of shrimp behavior: ns II Is Rul,', 'lIlIlls arc currently untie?*

Mrs Wolcott explained to the 1 through their own resources. Rock, Arkansas will lead the reovlval union of Rayonier Inc. Frrnnndtnn Reach I.Ions, meet. related to trawling!! sliiilien. i.'liil.i way by the members
I at First Baptist Church be. '
i> All three Red Cross representatives ginning October 5th and continuing Ho Is survived by the widow, tug Tuesdiiy night: In weekly liesslon -
expressed their appreciationat through October llth. I Lt. Go Robert Thai Mrs Mildred L Killrcll: !Own< heard an address from a ..

the fine overall cooperationthey e1ee sane, LI. James Daniel Kiilrvll former district governor: on In.

have been accorded here. Addresses KiwanisOn with the United Slates Air Force nenseil nicmbcrshin (imil( s.iw a Until Further Notice .'

Members of the advisory committee In Sp.ingit.ihlcMi, Uermiiny unit,' film mi tin umlerwuter ncllon of
i Pmt Jerry Morgan Killiell, with HIP dilicmil types of shrimp net. ) '"
at the
m'etlngl'ere:
DES Rai'schcrt. R. E Phmney, JudgeJ. Official VisitBY the United Slates Army In (delehiusra Frauds Jack, former governor The Aloha Lounge

E. (Gcnel' Wcatherford, A, S. Germany; two bet tilers, of Lion District\ 3.>-L. cited to thoseIn i
: Allan W. N, Galphln. J. D. Dau.Rh'rty W. B. Klttrcll and Jew W Killiell. i
TOMMY: : 11'1.1.Rnbl.rt iillend.inec: tint (they/ me) memhen Will Be Closed On
both of Fermmdlna Bench mid
u
I Rev. Nelson Mrs. ;
Mover + Thai, U Governor; of I of I Ile: lait'csl service, dill "
number of und nephews
buy- Gordon Butler, Mrs Bertie Saw. Division: Four: of the; Florid;: Ni-I Active nicies ', OirmIllgglnbolh uruanl/iition In Hie woild with
'yer and lliy Caldwell wants District I was an official; ; vis. I pallbearers ('r( over IU.4Ti! : dull, Mondays
Arthur Markham
Mrs Jonathan Hill, local Red lor and principal speaker lit the im
I ) I, .
I 'Ed Cook, Kay Duncmi, Bums Dai- ,1m"I ( iiinipliminleil' the loiallions \ J.
Cross representative, who has : night meeting of Nissantans
Monday
Contact me today! :: / ley, and J, II LiC'hancc. on Hie woMlmhlle projeil
worked closely with the disaster at the Seaside 1 ion Tom Dig- !'
they have undertaken"' In the past Tor fiivorile l> ,
eerasesVISIT :
: I Ii your
the
t
pallbearers were
Honorary
team was also In attendance at by, program (chairman made the I, and iiruid Unit( they "net out and
Hob Hawkins the meeting. Introduction ,' Deacons of the First) I.ipl.nl! : '
'I Klreimlhen" their ilul hy sinning Till I': PALM SALOON()
i S N. 6th SI. I Thai Invited Kluanlan Bryan | Church and members of Amelia additional membe'rs.

!I 4 Phone 261.3163 According to a silt water survey Rauschcrt, Immediate pact prt'RI'1 i Lodge 47, K & AM. Louie IAMB tlialr. I lorida'H s Oldest l and Mont Historic, or
was iirourim l
dent to the speakers t.ible and
'
,recently completed by the Slate man lot the cvcnlnu. and presented i
pi I''nll'd him' with a certificate I FIVE POINTS PACKAGE STORE:
STATE FARM "" Board of Conservation, Florida has awarding him Honorable Mention baamii :Mike\ t'llllII hll projected (the Him

suitp.yobil.lnor.oacs-e...rq' ....,.... I(I(2o. pay flailing piers and 518 fining fir outstanding achievement 11I'' on shrimp Iota' and Hull'' uilloiii l
"-"" as iA, aAW.mtey) loam J
I camps, ,,,,, under ms atrr. 1 1
club for
leader of his the
year I ....
---- -- -
I l3.! ; I ,
ry
10 1 Rauschcrt registered surprise In

Dr. Cowling will deliver the ser. receiving the award and humbly' f"\.

mon at two services daily, 7 am attributed the accomplishment( to I I

PROJECT and 7:30: p m. The first morning! the excellent support accorded him I :
: service will be held Tuesday. by his fellow Klwinlans.Rauschcrt. I We're I Inviting. .

I Wayne Graham, Minister of reporting to the club I i

Music, Arlington Baptist Church of 1 as chairman of the nominating
i : : I 'i'I
"COMPETITION JACKSONVILLE"PLACE Jacksonville, will be In charge of committee, directed to submit a
slate of officers for nomination ask I :
the special music
Old and New Customers Alike To
the 1W5!' officers and directors of Visits
Dr. Cowling, who his an 'xll'n.I :
the club :Named were Evert Elvin
slve religious and youth work buck'
: ground, was born and retired In for president and directors, Bryan Our New Facilities At i
Mineral Springs Arkansas He Maxwell I D. 0, Oxley, AI Eison. i'
Miles Dixon, Stan Tarlton Tom )
T. H. KING PHOTO SHOP was graduated from Ouaihlta .
l Dlgby. Bub Cenek, Oils IllKglnbolliam .
Baptist College and the South
[Dave Gatchcl, Julius Core "' ::
western Baptist Seminary, finlsn- :
-
and llcilj White ,rfiJ. SEA FOOD CITY
DATE Ing his master's dcurce In Rellii- i
: lous :No 'commendation was made ", .:: ,
Education In 1'MR!' He received
for the office of
his Doctor cf Religious Education president-elect DOING A LITTLE: BEACII.
TODAY AND TOMORROW INTO which may not be continued, depending .
degree In 1U51. upon club action before COMBING ,,'hlleII'"lnli the Retail Outlet For Peterson Pocking Company .

MORE DAYS Dr. Cowling wits convened In destruction caused by Hurricane .
October 5th
the General
1038, baptised lulu Central Baptist Meeting/ Dora, Trmslu (union 1 I .
when ('I'cllons1111 be held There -
Church, Mineral ;> : und ordained spotted this bottle on lime brush -1
; tlOiS" were no nominations from the I '
REASON In 1942. and noted a note\ Inside The _
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bottle had been throua over {! ; ORD
While attending high: srjmnl Dr. Thai reviewed for the club, the tisslo
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PROGRESS sessions of the Los Angeles convention
Who" for 10 years, scl- of Kiwanis International ter of the vessel Miildungpr, 0, r l' r t ...

cited to "Who's Whu In American on June 27 while ul latitude
whi<'h was concluded recently. A
Colleges and VolVl'l'Alle.lhlle N. IS drgrrrs 41 and loniilliiili- w'nww
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total of I6.2U6 persons attended
WHY?
attending!: Ouachltl, and listed In Thai said, Ed Moylan of Miami 69 dPKreei! 37. Th< Vapor a+ked
thai the !Under m.iil In the I'.
Who in the Siuthwcst, In was elected as the 1965 President
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Ladies! and Gentlement, I Believe We Ha> e 1929. Ho was slgnnlly; ; honored of Kiwanis international 8. Navy Hydroir.i|>hic OfficeIn

Supported Jacksonville Long Enough.\, It's with the Distinguished/ Minister i lie urged Klwanlani to plan now Washington as an assist to

Time To :Move Fernandina Heath, Florida, Award bv Southern}.I Baptist Col. to attend the 1965 convention sched- the verification of the rlrenla.,
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lion of currents.
ICKC In 19.V). sled to be held In New York City ocean
Forward With Even Greater ThanIn
Progress! tor'i nutet It Is lin.iiin( l lh.it
Dr, Cow linn has served In many when some 25,000 Klwanlans ore
The Past Hurricane Dora lutilrd up the
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capacities with the Arkansas State 'Xlx''h'd( to attend
normal currents mid lh.it. the
Baptist! Convcnlii and the Suutli- Tli.d/ also reported on the Florida .
When We Visit Friends
I'm Sure \ and ltdatives Navy Hill be surprl-cil" to find
ern Baptist Convemn.il." Kiwanis District Conventionheld
Out of Town We Stand l'p Nobly the bottle wound up ..n Hit-
Wayne Graham received his September( 20th to 26th In Holly .
local beach,
For Fernandina Beach, Florida. master degree In Church Musical w OIK! Tampa was elected as the ) ,.. .. '" ,\.1):4
the New Orleans H.iptlsl Theological site lir the 1965 Florida District __ ,_ .. __ t. '''' :
Now How Can We Help Our
Community / Seminary In I'liJ! wherehe Convention
:Move Forward? TRADE AT HOME! Patronize sang with a male quartet, the"Semitones" The :.Midwinter Conference I Is Horse Show Frolic FOOT OF .\TL.STIC'E n:
scheduled to be held In Jnckionville ,
lie ottcndi'd. the -
J.oralerchants: and Businessmen.

Let's Treat Them Condescendingly! and Japdiioe the quartet New In I3 Lite; 1loemt'nllllb Thai January announced.15 1 16 Key and 17th Clubbers, 1'lIi.' October 3.4 At Serving You With The Finest In All Types of Sea Food ,


Precipitate Progress! For Fernandina Rev! J. T. (Dunn.im. "n tor. extends Charles Hums and Dickie Fax

Death. public a to cordial attend all InvlUliim SI'f\ I.'es.tu the ,I were Also guests\in attendance at tills meeting were the fellow Bit and Spur ClubThe t FISH SHRIMP OYSTERS LOBSTER

inn numbers of the South J.nk ..
Minvllle Kiwanis Club, John Pros. Bit and Spur (add,,I lIf'( Club
District GovernorTo sir, Carl Burger, Lynn Crcnslmw Jacksonville will ,pn-x'nl 1 its Huonil,'

BELL & HOWELL DEALER Visit Yulce Dr, llury Gad Wllliard SmithI'rentnn annual Quarter II<"'r-r Show und and the first
sixth unnuil Western horse Frolic
White, Aaron Davis und
Lions October 5 Bryan Cwikscy:C im Odohvr 3 and 4
All events will''lie ,MM, ul 11TiItuntli ;

Cameras Jim Mead, president of the* Yu- Bear Is NamedTo \ Hoard ruff Nit, I/i/ Slum: SI. l lDiival 'u Royal Red Shrimp of the SeasonBrought
lee Lions Club unn'lOInl't'd this Ural, hit )I', ICllru h (Kuml '

Movie Cameras week that District Governor Char. AGC CommitteeCity hire money, |trepan'> und ril>bon.
lie Thompson will niukc his old- silt] oo awarded In the Q"ol.tt'rU""I'
vial visit to theulee Lions on Public Works Director Jim Show to be h.. :lit,t SalnnliiyhvKiiuiIng < In Tuesday by Copt. Gene Lewis of the "Trade Winds"

I f Slide Projectors Monday, October S. Board was notified this week thai at 10 a tn hm' dassr

This "'11al'lO\ be Ladies Night he has been named to Ihe Assoelated '- will be JudKcd I",",II'">" InN lunih and Sold Exclusively by Sea Food City

V VaS and the Senior Cl.iss vi)l Yule-e! high General; Contractors of Am available at the ('nm < HHinn Si undptrtormancc .

Movie Projectors School will prepare and serve erica committee of the Amerie will 1".It" ul 2 p m.
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V supper at the school( ralclerla al Public Works Association The Wenlern llnri frolic will BOILING: 20 LBS.

I 7pm. Directing die class pro. The A'.C committee deals em b<'Kln at 10 a m Sunday' Kvrnliulll : 49 451 Lb.
I All AccessoriesNext Joel are !Mrs. Helen" Swami and the stale level with the problems Include, Texas burnt Weave SIZE Lb. OR MORE

John D Thomas, principal on nu'lhuds., procedure. and rulei Cub Rate, Ammo Idee. 11'1 II lion

President Mead( urges a large between" contractors and public Riirillnu Jumping/ t.nl/lIHh I'li-a-

5111 ASH ST. attendance for the allair works illirlals! sure, Costume, Close, !Leaf, and t

Door) To :Merle Norman -- ---- Kcdid appointment" was made many! otheri.Ihcre PHONE 261-3137

Cosmetic Studio PHONE 261.456 The first U S permdiient newspaper by William W, Fagan of Fort vlll be free iwtUilor adminmn .

was the Boston Scws-Letttr, Myers president of the Florida and the public U cordially:

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Boy Troop Wivne Rvals.

DeSandro Lectures I Banquet Honors Grand Chief of FloridaOn by The scoutmaster Court of Ernie Honor Valero was closed leadIng .

Senior Citizens Visit To Pythian Sisters Temple 7 213 Is Cited the benediction, and the color

..- guard retrieved the Hag as laps
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Club On Ceramics Pythian Sisters of Fernandlna A monetary gift In the form ofthe $ At Court Of Honor was played.
Temple" 7 were honored Monday Sun and Its riyi was presented .'' {; Special thanks go to Wayne Ry-
BY HERBERT LUKE evening with an official tlsll by Mri. Berry from the Temple t ala, drummer, and Billy Bob liar-

The Senior Cltlsen'i Club MIa Mrs Lorraine Herrv.. Grand Thief Addressing the membership, Boy Scout Troop 213 was pre. vey, bugler, for their fine contribution .
regular" ( _lion Thursday, September I of the Grand Jurisdiction of Flor. Mrs Berry emphasized: the: 1m.pcrtance tAgM ate ecnted an Honor Troop Award at to the opening and closing
I of the symbols of rank of : LkOM I the September District Court of ceremonies. The next Court of
2, at the recreation' renter Ida.A '
lounge! at 7:30: p.m.A banquet In her honor was the order, and stressed the on. Honor Tuesday evening. The award Honor Is to be held November fl.M .
I i served In the Masonic Temple, din. ward and upward progress. e was presented by the North Flor. ) >4, 7.30 p.m. at the .Jr. llluli
lecture and demonstration 'I'
en I tag room by members of Sunshine Among the more than fifty present r Ida Council IB recognition of ac. School Auditorium.
ecramirs was IIlvl'lby Mr. He.Sandro. Oirts Omncll No. II. were Mrs. Polly Merrltt of If YS .M' + tlvlties while tttendng Camp Erhockolce -

director of recreation for The tables were beautifully dirwaled Miami, sitting Past Grand Chief this summer. |
the city. The demonstration" In. with center arrangement. Grand PaNt Chief and Supreme! The Court of Honor was opened School Board Sets

rinded! the molding and finishing and place cards In the guest: ) of Royal Exchequer!: Mrs ThclmiGalbreath. with a flag presentation and enter Hearing October 14
of various forms of the (craft plus honor's favorite color, blue, and Grand Secretary Mrs,, guird composed of representative )I '
the possibilities: offered for orig.IpnJRy I I I white Lighted! liners were placed "Selma' Daniel: Grand Senior Mrs. members of all troops attending I On 1964- 65 BudgetA
In design The members, Ethel Grand Protector Ryals led the marchingwith
at Intervals on the long t tables Canvas Wayne
of whom had had previous I public hearing will be held bv
some
The Sfrwhlno Girls presented Mrs Agnes/ Gardner District le. a drum roll. Special welcomewas
training In the subject, showed I, Louise extended the Board of Public Instruction of
several skits for the entertainment puty Grand Chief Mrs to Troop 351 of Calj j
enthusiastic Interest In the art of the guests' during the dinner, i Baldwin, nnd other guests CromJacklllnvllll' lahan. Announcements ef the RORIAlii'll Nassau County on Wednesday,
Mr. DeSandro'a treatment of the I d Encampment October October 14 at 10 a.m. at the
At the meeting following they honored Tl'mpll'l.r.ZC A on 231)
subject was both thorough and Mrs. Berry with a courtesy the meeting I punch and i to cud of the District Camp-i Courthouse.
ably presented I drill and presented her with an : was served and a social I .hour I! :November 14 were made I Purpose of the meeting' Is to

Following the lecture on ceramics arm bouquet of yellow roses was enjoyed! Eleven boys received the rank discuss with the citizens, the proposed -
a business session was !held -- --- of Second Class Scout as follows: I budget of the Board of Publie .
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at which the registration of Mrs. I cL m a. .b s .H..j'" :1--: .mo. +awroa.w.w, t p Peter Burkhirdt Shell Ie Stratton, Instruction for the year beginning .
Nancy Solbert as 2nd. vice president Miss Joye Music Mrs. L. E. Sellers I -- Joseph Tyson Steve Ensley, George July 1, 1964.

and program chairman was Feted At Party Attends StateWoman's HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A LADYBUG DANCING Silva all of Troop 213; Charles .

received and accepted with regret Well I hate! You will too if attend of the Guild Card Harrell. Danny Stokes, Jimmy I
you one performances CARD OF THANKS
Club Meet i Party
Mrs, H. S. Luke was appointed by On 10th BirthdayLittle Stokes, Walter Hodges, RuiselTrawlck
President Holllngsworth to fill the i I I of "The Hobo's Fare to the Fair," to be staged :' of Troop 351, and Jimmy Your visits your thoughtful
vacancy thus Incurred.' Mrs. Luke Miss Jove Music celchrnt.cd 1 The fall board meeting of the on October 14 IS at the Woman's Club on Jean LaFitte : Slated October 6 Guest of Troop 191 I offerings of fond, flowers and
will' be assisted by Mrs Dorothy her tenth birthday Saturday Afternoon Florida Federation of Women' I It boulevard The "Lady-hugs"! In the picture are Mellie Boys receiving the rank of First cards, and especially your pray.
Boot, Mrs. Ruby King end Mrs at a PArty In her hntinr at I Dubs met In Cocoa Beach Sep. Deckham, Diane Bean Laura Sorensen and Cevera Fer Class Scout were John Dressier, ers, have helped ccmfort us In
B. B. Wilson of the Woman's Club. the Recreation Center Came Room, tembcr 24, 25 and 26 The state of. Hera. Appearing; with them in the show will be "Rent- I The St. Michael's Guild Card I Joey Ryals, Wayne Ryals, Patrick I the loss of our beloved husband

After the business session Mrs. given by her mother, Mrs. James fleers, chairmen and club presidents les" Eric O'Steen, Larry Diurgan: Rick Traylor, and Danny Party, to be held at the Civic Au. Plala, bike Sllva of Troop 213 and father
Adam Millsop served Music, attended representing the I ditorium on Tuesday, Oct. Bth will I and Darrell 1. McCtrmlck of We are grateful for the earnest
25,974 Senior and 4)2B!) Junior Ferrdra. Guitar player Is Freddie Michael. at 8,00 In order' to allow .
ments. refrenh.l' Highlight of the afternoon was a :. open p m. Troop 351. efforts of the doctors and management
Visitors from the contest "Pin the Wig on the Bea- member In Florida. The local club sufficient time to register! for door Four boys were honored with of Rayonler for the aid
which sponsors the Senior Cltlzes's tie" Prizes were awarded to Linda was represented by Mrs L, E Little Joan Hughes I "Hearing God Speak prizes, curds will begin promptly the Star Scout Rank: Hydle Pet. of the Red Cross and for the considerate .

Club were Mrs. B B. Wilson and Thomas, Kay Hanna Debra' Blanchard Sellers.; at 115: p,m. I Il'rson. Robert Bedford, and Wil- services rendered by per.
Mrs Leo May. and Shirley Vonnah I The State President, Mrs. Mark Feted With Party Through The Bible"WSCS I So that a full evening of bridge )I Ham Harvey of Troop 21$, and I sonnet at Oxley ]\Mortuary

At the next regular session to Individual cake square In a W Emmcl!: of Gainesville asked On Sixth Birthday I Program TopicThe and canasta may be enjoyed the'I II Ben Dickens of Troop 191. These; Our heartfelt thanks to each of
Mrttiday motif were served with ."it rash club participate In the door prim will be awarded' at boys also honored their parents I you. !May the Lord bless you with
be held October 8, covered dishsupper I
will be served' a at 8:30 punch and mints. Favors were Uea- Community Improvement, International Little Miss Joan Hughes celebrated business and program meeting varied Intervals, and last hands I II by presenting the miniature tar strength to continue his works of
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which lecture and tie bubble gum. i I Relations Projects, with special her sixth birthday on St>p. of die W.S,C.S. of the MemorInl I will be called promptly at 11.00pm. : ,I II I scout to pin to their mothers. compassion] to those In need
after art
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emjilnsls being on the buildIng tember 22 with I \Methodist Following the rank presentations, (1Ignl'dfn.) James D. Klttrcll
study will be Riven by Mr. Bill Enjoying the affair with the honoree a party held at t Church was held on :I
.DI.ll'le, a member or the facultyof and her mother were, Debra I of tillage In Korea The Korean the city park at 3:30: o'clock. I September 28, with Mrs. J. B. I A treasure of fifteen lovely and ''Peter Burkhardt read his essay and family
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the local high school. Blanchard, Cathy Miller, Lauren village will be a two-year pro. The birthday cake was decorated Thompson Missionary Personnel; useful door prizes each one of composed for the American Her.
Loire, KaUty Oslphln, Brenda Kin. Jed of the General Federation with a circus scene and wasp, Secretary of the Women's Socle. equal value, will be given away. loge Program. Presentation of CARD OF THANKS
err, Anne Jones Kay Hanaa, Lor. Mrs William Hasebroock, General served! to (he guests with Ice I ty of Christian Service In charge'', Tickets at $1.25 each are on tale the American Heritage Awards I Our heartfelt thanks to all who
Bethany Workers rave Ueeks Sue Kelly Teresa A1- i I Federation President has hopes cream and Cikcs. Party hats and I of the program by any member of St. Michael's'Guild were made to Peter Burkhardt and extended comforting sympathy and
Linda that many new homes may be horns given favors. The with be at Wayne Ryals., help In our recent sorrow. For the
Clpss Meet Held sept, Beverly Bohannon were ai meeting was opened or may purchased
Thomas Dottle Wall Crews, built for the Korean the tables will be In addition 21 Merit Badges bcvutilul service food floral of.
Becky Enjoying the afternoon with hymn "Father of Mercies, the door, but since
At Stewart Homes Shirley Vonnah, Peggy George, Continued support of Care Arthritis Joan were her friends Melba Hie-I and was followed with the mem. ''' limited everyone Is urged to make were presented to the following ferinRs.s/ and other kindnesses were

s DIM Bums Kscbel BsU Lynne and Rheumatism, Ship Hope, kox Jimmy Hlckox, Robert Tan. ben reading Jn unison Part III of advance reservations.A boys: Ben Dickens Larry Laotian, I deeply grateful. We would especially .
Workers.
Bethany Sunday
Johnny McClane Ricky Oliver, thank Dr. B. F, Dickens
School Class of the First Baptist Gooding, Pam MelvIn and Debra Crusade for Freedom and the other nor, Terry Tanner Debbie Ton- Affirmations of Faith. choice of a variety of desserts,
.. Michael F. Townsend. William R. (signed) Mrs. Leona Keene,
Music. per and Danny Hughes and her I Mrs. Thompson the Bible coffee' and punch will be served at ,
Church met on September 22 In : many agencies will' be part of theprogram gave Harvey, Hydle Peterson Robert ,I Jerry and Grandma Lee'
the home of Mrs. P. C. Stewart Joye was presented a lovely ar. of the clubs throughout grandmothers Mrs. Mike Tilinkosl reading taken' from the fourthchapter no extra cost. -- -
with Mrs. D. S. Peterson serving ray of gifts from her guests. and Mrs,, Gertrude Hughes of Luke. and presentedthe I There will be a prize for every I
the United States
ft" po-hoBteis.! I Hostesses were Mrs.! James pregram, "Hearing God Speak table and a grand prize for bridge I
.Mrs. James KlttrcB called the Boughmons Honored While there the delegates were Hughes and Mrs Lonnie Tanner Through the Bible". Mrs W. H. and canasti high scores. MARIELLEN'S

.. meeting to order and Mrs Cleo given" a tour of Cape Kennedy as Hatma sang "Break Thou The Make your plans to attend now,
-Brtason led the opening srtyer. With Housewarming special guest of NASA Woman's Club To I Bread of Life", and was accompanied "Ladles and Gentlemen".

: Mrs! Muriel Wilson gave the drvoUonal Surprise By Friends by Mrs. L. K. Nolan SCHOOL OF BATON TWIRLING
using Psalms 90 as. the scripture New School Begin Year With I The program was concluded witha
Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Bautiliman group discussion on Bible read
The reports of the secretary and were delightfully entertained witha Class Organized At Luncheon Oct. 7 i Inns I Personals I REGISTRATIONS FOR FALL CLASSES

: treasurer were read and approved surprise housewarming Saturday I The Woman's Club11\ begin ', Mrs B. F. Dickens president, ARE NOW BEING TAKEN
and the group cipUIni evening at their new home on Five Points Baptist the 1964-05 year with a covered presided during the business meet- '' Miss Judy Jameson and Miss 3 YEARS OF AGE AND {'I'

reported on contacts made during Ash St.Acting. The Bykota Sunday School Clay dish luncheon at 1230.: October 7 Ing. The reports of the secretary Marcia Townsend left this week
I; -. the monrh.! The clans voted 4o as hosts from their clr- of the Five Points Baptist Church at the Club house on Jean LaFitte and treasurer were read and approved for Statesboro, Georgia where they I CALL NOW FOR YOUR CLASS PLACEMENT -
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give 1500 to the state minion cle of friends who attended were, with all I leers" and circles entered their Junior year at Georgia
Social Blvd. Guest Speaker will be the ,
met Tuesday Bight at the
y {IInd. 1 Mr, and Mrs. E. J, Johnson, Jr. I Hall of the Church for a business Rev Dun ld Hlmmelman ,on die also reporting. Southern College Twirling On The March
1 <4< I'New'}W leers wer .Xflec'od' and Mr,' and Mrs. n. H. Young and and social! meeting. subject "Bible Heading In the Final announcement wis' made 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barbee and Dance Twirling
.. will be Installed at the next""'m t. I Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Frrrclra. Schools", The nursery! will be concerning the study course on son, Ray. Jr.? were the weekend
I ( Jug to be held at the Sandbar The conversation piece for the The devotional was brought by open at the Recreation Center "Genesis. Beginning (J f the Biblical guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Contest Twirling
.. Delicious refreshments were refreshment table was a cheese Mrs Joyce Johns I Drama" which Is to be taught! Burbank Sr.
: served to the eighteen members mold replica of the Raughman's The group was divided! In orderto All members are urged to at. by Rev. Nelson Moyer on October Mrs. Willis Mlnshew Is confined There Will Also Be Classes Held In Yulee
tend.
.... present..!:. new home designed by Mrs. Fcr.relra. organize another class to be I 9. 7. and 9 at T:30 p.m. to Humphreys Memorial Hospital MARIELLEN\ INGRAM I, Instructor
Hor d'oeuvrcs, chips; 'n dips known In the future as the Bykota Mrs. H R. Pent on will present following an attack of Influenza.
According<< to Florida law, boaters were served with coffee and Iced Class and the Loyal Ladles. Of' UDC Plans Luncheon tie program for the October 26th I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jovner accompanied PHONE 2615960Lead

are not allowed to use sirensor drinks. flcrrs lor each clan were elected Meeting October 21 WSCS. meeting mid will use as their son Lynn to ..
at this time.Refreshmentn. I the subject "Women In --- -- -- -- -.-- -
flashing red lights on their boats Landscape shrubbery was presented program Clmtcn, Mississippi where he entered -- ---- -- _
unless! the craft happens to be a the couple as a gift of re. I were served by At Fishier HomeThe I the Church In New Nations". his sophomore year at Mis.slssippl -0-
police or fire boat. mcmbrance from their friends. \Mri. T. J. Coursnn. Mrs. II. Nil!. Mrs. Extern Corbrtt announcedthat College. i
.- --- I nls and \Mri. Bill Parker Amelia Island Chapter, Un. the Myrtle Burgess Circle Friends of Robert Carson will ;i
Mrs Addla Gomilllan was honored tied Daughters of the Confederacy would be In charge of 1\1.V.F. suppers regret to hear of his conllnement I
with a birthday song and I I' will have a covered dish luncheon during the month of Ortcbcr, In St. Vincent's Hospital. '!
meeting at the home of Mis. H The M.y.F. members' are to bring Mrs L. E. Sellers Mrs. J. C.
gift tram the group.
CO rit W. Fishier on October 21. their own sandwich with dessert Bennett and Mrs. Cecil Hall of the
? CORRECTIONThe I I Officers of the Florida Division and drink to be furnished. This Fernandlna Beach Woman's Club
will be guests and a full attendance arrangement for serving lion a attended the District 4 President'sCouncil

Annie Brown Circle article Is urged.Newspaper trial basin held In Wcl.ika on Tuesday
which appeared In Jut week's Issue The Circles were reminded of of this week 1s.
was Incorrect In the tllle of advertising has been their duties on work day each Miss Marie Cone, president ol
the Spiritual: ; Life program which ('rl'dltedl'lth helping the city of month at the church. the Amelia Island Chapter United

should have been "How To Put Harllngen, Texas mover from Prior to the program, a covered Daughters! of the Confederacy
r sN G .id Hark In the Classroom". severe economic dlffl I Salad Luncheon was served. Mrs. II. W. Fishier, Mrs J. J. G.
The ta'leI; u beautifully deeorat.ed Cooper and :Mrs. Norman Richard

JC Easy Way To Polish with yellow hurricane 111)les.) of Jacksonville will leave Tuesday
ulllt'l.'f I The Bernice Lowe Circle had to attend the Florida Division
w r wf v charge of the lumlioon arrange Convention UDC, In Tampa. r
ments. 4'
Mrs. F, J. Schroeder of Amelia ;
John. Ji Burgess .. _
y ;ai City was: the guest of'Mrs. Carl ,f ; "y.. I
QiioUlrbaum. Mr. and Mrs. J., L Burgess!: of
I The meeting was dismissed wish Chcrokoe.'N.. C.'announee: the birth

the WSCS. benediction. of a son John Michael on September .
:: 23 at the C. J. Harris Hns. I Ipital J
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r, At Marmeland of Florida: the In Svlva, N. C. The little lad .
I guff'topsall catfishes have been weighed 7 Ibs. ( non Mrs. Burgess
observed carrying newly laid eggs Is the former Miss Annette Jacobs, the style
and its young oflspung around In daughter of Mrs. Laverne Jacobs
look
that Cover Girl
I their mouths seemingly to prevent of this city. Paternal grandparentsare
them t from. being eaten by other Mr. and Mrs. Homer Burgess
fish. of Cherokee paradein.
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The secret of furniture care Is selecting the right polishes for I
the various wood finishes your home. Gone are the days: when TECHNICOLOR r-LB"VI'S' 1'STAl'BEat
polishing was a tiring time-con.uming task of endless rubbingto .j
achieve the desired well.cared for gleam Although! antiques Friday !9s;] Saturday 4:IS & 9:18: !
and worn furniture still require this kind of special attention, the
rest of your furniture can be easily cared for with the newer '
New Little Heels polishes that give fine results with less effort. In the picture "HOUSE OF WOMEN"SUNDAY
above the riginal satin finish of this Directoire bedroom furniture .
n is kept that way with eilortleii care by using a cream polish

au = T .v"''' com to t, a necessity (for very What Polishes to Use: & MONDAY 8
UI it h Gloat Furniture-At least twice a year wax furniture witha
:: g rl'l wordrobtl/ So we hove a new Fall liquid silicone wax polish, Between these waxings use a siliconsspray OCTOBER 4. & 5
type product. Both polishes will maintain the l high gloss,
= collection of these,. necessary pretties, in provide cleaning and protection: and are very easy to use !SPECIAL' : MATINEE SUNDAY) 2:30: P.M. Never Needs Ironing !
Satin Finish Furniture Use polish. Thoroughly
a cream
= lots ef stylti and_colon tQ flight t you moisten the cloth with polish and wipe over the surface After !Sunday' 2:10: & 7:30: Monday 7'lO: L
the surface dries, a hue appears which is quickly wiped away )
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with a clean, soft cloth. Many homcmakers prefer to increase THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN"
the gloss somewhat and use a silicone polish
PARTIN'SESTABLISHED law Gloss Furniture-To retain the dull dubbed appearance' DEBBIE REYNOLDSTECHNCOLOR
use a low luster cream polish. BAILEY'SATLANTIC
1878 Antique and Worn 'urnllure-To preserve and maintain the ; I
rich antique patina paste wax must be used.! It must! also be used _

::: 313 Atlantic Arenue on.lure urmuut apply paste .haJe.a wry In poor line condition.steel wool For to protect worn fuim-andreduce MATINEE EACH FATI'ROAY AT 2M P.M. 1 AT SEVENTH

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j Monday By MosquitoControl

Woman'i Club hold a tt.ccptlon & Gil Weighton who recently retired rISE GROVE \PTIST Ull'RRI I FIRSTPTIS'f ('IIURCD

In honor of the Fernandlna Basket as heud of the Finishing and Annual Basis Rev W. G, Brooks Pastor I Rev J. T. Dunnam l'..lur Commission i '

Beach teachers and Warehousing crew at Ravonler Incorporated .
principals and I
sl-NDAY SERVICES: : Worship Services: 8:30 A.M I A special meeting of the Bnof
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the County School Superintendent BY JANE SC FIELD was honored by his fellow : Resident and property owners 9.45 A.M. . Sunday SchoolII 11:00: A.M. Commissioners of the Mosqu';
on Sunday September 27 at the employees with a dinner/ at II
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: of Fcrm.mlinn Ilefleh are be U"I .00 AM. 1II0rn11lJl'Wurshlp 7:30: P.M.: Control District of Amelia Masd

Club the Building Serving at hostessesfor I The feel! of the air these morn. I The amount of air the seed gets i Seaside Inn.the I| offered unnu.nl membership, n HvFernancun.i 8 00 P.IIlrn'l: Prayer Ser'ice Sunday School ?_.._ 9nV: A.M I will be held at 10 am. Vtond.-iy. ,
aflernonon During
were member Ings suggests!: seed planting time depends on the quality uf tin evening Welghlon Roach Golf ('IIIn"'(' l 11\ 8:10:: P M. . Training Union Iraminii! lotion 113: \ p.M. Otto hl'r 5. at t the District offi eat

of the Educational Committee andExrruU'e for hardy spring blooming an. j planting medium. Niristure means I was presented later a number of gigs I the HIVThe 7..10:: P.M. Evening Worship I'liijei 8fivn . Wednesday 7 :North 4th St, fr I
Board In a messisp!: to throe fur.
I nual. plus the perennials and sustained moisture, for IF the seed the 1 l'II'l11h"I'qhh's'nl( mi "Ilp\\ Wednesday Rrrvlrrsi 7:30: KM I The meeting I li In be held fir q

Receiving guests In the foyer Manuals which In our climate we I once begins to swell the rutting I nlshing said : dinner and tills, We- tntnv and must lu sci('tiled ..11| I lie 7.30; P.M. Prayer Service W s iV the purpose of hearing comment

were Mrs L. E Seller, Club must treat as annuals and for I olf of moisture causes the little i union"I tlcer'v appreciate I the htnorof I City llaLUnder !!
President: Dean Blnnkcnshln, (those extra special winter vege. i i plant within to die, It must be bring yiu.r guest nt dinner lost II the new plan a slm'lemcmui MrtllODISTC'lll South llth Strorti.irl crease In the mil In no for the diV

County School Superintendent and tables so easily tucked In among kept moist but never 1141j(1( !)', lor a Sunday evening, which Indeed was 'ruhlp nuiv be seemed tar :l(('II : llolin I.t. Minister\ I bled rj.

Mrs Blankrnshlp Mrs. them Each year we write about srccv omlltlon loot nut allow I an evening: of guod fellowship. The | Ilea: a man ami his wifeI I f'l'' $;I'.n.. Nelson I', Mayer Pastor I Sunday: Cililu Study 10.00a.m.; -

Elementary ;School) Unas Principal Libby I this seed planting time and deplore enough: air handsome arrnv of gifts' will, long !I a man end| child mnJer, 11') '> our 9:15 i>: !i am. ............... Sunday, School Moitiing! Wurship, il.liu I a.m. Special l- Meeting 1

; the fact thnt more garden- I A( tnilly seed will germinate on be my cnmp.iiunns: and will help I *P"i :.1 man wife and ch.'il.'' lur I l'UI1) a.m _. .,. MonmiK Worship Kvumi'H. Wurshiii .. 7.00: p.m. I I

Mrs. Mahlc and Milton high/ schoolteacher I iers i' do noi (jive themselves the wet neusp'ipi-r or I In sifted sphn- I III! nut niiiiiv hours in the! d.iys:, to $lj5: n mm wile and tvui\ or II 30 p ton. MV Supper! & Pro. : Called Monday ,. For *'-
EJucillon Committee sailsact! of growing/ at least Rnum moss, vermiculite or sand!, acre dnlilii'ii, $ (IIII.| I.\ST Sl'M\V OK THE

member! : Mr, Robot! Johnson, one or two special Items from for i it would have air and moisturebut come. Nun; 100 .. grams MOM I III C of C Membership'
those of resident green (Errs hive: pm. Evening Wmslnptr ,
"To who ciuld not
Junior High School Principal 1 and ,, seed. I ::; as soon as the little plant appears I you Increased to 7:30: A.:. Holy Communion ...
attend I also wish to extend my I II $3.00 dally and $.1 i >o The Chamber of Commerce
Johnson
Mrs ; Mrs, A. L, ScthiT, make i 10.00: AM. Muimnir 1'raytsr
We realize that the nurseries it needs nutrients to
Education Commute? member and :| I I many thanks and to all go my best on weekends and holidays PKIMK IIF I'ELU1'II : will meet In special session Me*.
High School Librarian and i;i now carry banded plants of these I it grow which Is why a good porous wishes for prosperity There Is no change In the our- KUAN ('II IUII :1n1.: Sermun. day October ,1, fur the purpose, '
: desirable toaromea : Church School
Items in plentiful supply and In potting soil Is
Albert/ Humph, High School Pr'I growing variety each We ever, different gardeners 1Iow'l II ness for many venrs rent groins fees for residents of' Donald K. Himmelmsn, Pastor &:00 P.M. Kplscupul: Young of the membership voting tilt

clpal. feel about them as we do year.about different preferences for a "With a sincere goodbye I remain $1,00 per nine holes. Phone 2dl.Rr.ll: Churchmen' amending the cxKlinu( by,\\I1"''. !; oas

The tea table was covered with I the rows of boxed cake mixtureson Ing medium mixtures of toil\ andsphagnum I I Ii I your good friend and onetime All memberships are on nn annual Sunday Sehuni ... 0,15: a. m. A to provide for three additional
"boss". basis but may be pilot for Worship Service . 11.00 Mi'IIAEL'S directors If
a lace cloth and held the crystal the grocery shelves There Is or vlmlculite, or per am. ST. CAIUOL1C '
I I with one half at dote of purchase rtIIIKOI The meeting will be het at 12
CmiU'll ?
punch bowl encircled with aspry. much to say for their convenienceand lite i or sand, and where somegarden
and the balance at the end III[ six (' OF GOD OF noon at Seaside Inn rreslrlont
Rev Leonard Pastor
fern Duncan
and beginning
used
aus hurricane \llllles. In many Instances they serveus soil has not been

Punch white cake squares decorated well but they certainly lack a week solution of a liquid Scholarship Loan months TKOPIIECYCor. jundHV Ma.s ... ............ 2nd, 4th Reed Lrwellen urges a full attendance. *'

with The clnnRcs!: were made nt the 3th. and Dnlr Sts.Mrs. Sunday 7.00. mjundny J ,
touches the
of red and I the Individuality and out of the plant nutrient as soon as young :: .. :
green candy striped mints and ordinary quality of homemade plants appear Exams Scheduled request t
mixed nuts were served to the cues One certainly does not feel Gardeners have their preference Golf Asocial. :10 00 . Sunday School !>lli Sunday, 10 01) a.m. BAPTIST. J:

guests, the satisfaction of achievement In as to whether to plant In flats {I, 11.00 a.m.: . Morning Worship I I Monday, Young I'rupla 7pm. CHURCH ", k

A red and white color schemewas I making one of these boxed cakes or other containers or In an out Here October 20 Too Late 700pm. .. Bible Study iBTC.I' I Tueiul.iy, jNnM'iu Serv lies ?. 7.30; State HlwsT IA1 1 N""IOaurp.

used In floral arrangements I unless one happens to be a nineor door bed. The flits are easier! to 7.10pm.:: FvangellHtlc! Service I p.m. Rrv. William 1\. Frye fSPRINC.HILL f-

throughout the building ten years-old. Some mixes for protect from wind and hard rains State School Superintendent Bailey To ClassifyBy 7:30;: p m. Tuesday Missionuiy I I Dally ....._......_... .. ... 8 am. Interim Pastor

and Service .. .. ..... Convent
Prayer \ Saturday Chapel 1
me reason or another have very there items .
Hostesses were, Mrs. G. C. Hahn, On the other hand are has announced that the 1964 examination Prayer Time
Mrs Kathleen Gentry Mrs S. '1.1 j definite advantages, such as not which are hard to transplant and for Slate Teaching and Russell Kay 7.30; pm. Thursday 1:30 Communion In Convent Pat(For Men) .......M..M..N.MM 7 a1Sunda

Davis, Mrs. Walter Preston Mrs.P. requiring the housewife to keep on are best planted where they are Nursing Scholarship Loans shall be Service for Young V.LB'I
C. Stewart Mrs W C Owens hand Items Infrequently used. We to remain care being taken to I! given on October) 20, between 9.00 I hove always had a weaknessfor NOKIII I4th STREET Morning Worshlp..?_.... 'It am.

Mrs J. H White Jr. and Mrs J. find that the same holds true In thin the bed when the plants are I I and 11.00: am. Application blanks rah This statement will probably : CHURCH OP ROD IIAITIST Cllt'KCIIKev ( Training Union _.?.? (J.15: pm.

C. Bennett who assisted Mrs W. he plant market too. Commercial fairly young We read where one I arc available through the school brlnn a shudder to those nil.forlunnle ('Ill'. 41 k and l'edsr l Sin. S. C \llakcrInlcrlm : Evening Worship ........ 7(80 p.m.

T. Mlcrzejcwskl, chairman, In plant growers are much better gardener put her flats of young principal's office or SuperintendentDean humnns who biologist to Rev. J. J. Newman Pastor Pastor Wednesday; !ii:.

serving equipped than the amateur gardener plants In a child's little wagon Blankenslilp's office. be allergic to them or because of 11.uu\ : urn. _..... Morning Service 1:45: a.m. ........-...... Sunday School Men's \Hour of Tower ._ 7 p.m.

to raise such fine seeded and and wheeled them to favorable I Florida has made available 1,050 some qulik of nature, ran't tolerate ) /'E.! Friday Evening 7:30:: pm I 11:00: am .. ... Morning Worship Prayer Service _..... 'l:.3Q. p.*.

difficult Items as many of the petunias spots" as needed. The seeds need I I loans for the piepnratlon of teachers the nasty bosh I 7,30: p..... ._ ... Evening: Servlct 6-30: pm. .. ? BTU "Whosoever will may_come,*;

"If... j.'r.' and other Items requiring no light to germinate but once the each having a value of $400 a I have round that you either like Phone 28I-J807 7:30:: pm. .... Evening Worship _

< f. ': :r--\. carefully scheduled attention. The little plant pushes Its way out of Scholarship loans are allocated rats or you don't. I like them, 10:00: a.m. ?._.... Sunday Senool 7:30 p.m .?. MM!,VVerk Service.
+ year.
':f *' .. ... = seeds of many of these Items are light''is' needed not hut ,
the soil '* I
.d' ; to each ol Ihr (117! counties according whether they are of he( domestic I'ruyer meeting Wednesday -
,". '. r ,\.1',. expensive, so expensive that the and If Now
,
,. : sun but bright light possible to student enrollment In variety nr denizens of the Jungle 7:30: pm. 81. t'.WI. LUTHERAN! Register I
I
amateur loses out In attemptingto sides tokeep
from all
; .I""IJIt.l'i coming I grades one through twelve Loans I have had a cat or two around rttt CHl'RCIIArella

grow them. stems straight Some gardeners are available for undergraduate for as long as Jean rl'mt'mb'r'' TABERNACLE!: BAPTIST Cltj Near Inlrra.dloaAU Annual
:
Most gardeners do like to try go to the recommended study only. and have found them delightful : CHURCH\ For .

out items and varieties not likelyto i trouble of sterilising the soil for I A. r. Gerbhardt, Pastor
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In1 I A General Scholarship! Loan may companions. However I never Amelia Road I'hont 201-1487
be found among the banded I seed planting either by heating be renewed from year to year for owned a cad Nobody ever did. I II n... Loyd Chimbw, P nlor I 1.00 am. Morning Sen ice PuntPassKickContest

r J e"J; plants, and he or she Is no real a 160> degree oven for two hours as long as a ldl-time student, cat I Is the most Independent Sunday School............... 10 a.m. tr *

gardener who does not want to or by using a commercial sail There product arc I maintains at least a "C" average I CI.Znt I im em It tlt You: can lead: :: Morning Worship ?..,. ..... 11 am. FAITII BAPTIST nil'RUI

"' carry at least some plants from to drench the s'ml'san.whlth each registration!: period" meets all them to milk, provided t they, want: ,i livening: Worship ................ 7 p.m Rev Jernld A. Philips, Pastor .''
., _...i;.... seed to bloom. The ponders, RI;>l'ron!: or ,
beginning ,
s< gar. Ifl No. 4th St. hM
I to dlrcc- requirements of the college and Is to he led but you can't make Wediiesdnv Service ....?. ...7pm. ,
dener should attempt It as part if used according! Sehonl . II) 00 .
damp. making sallsl.utnry progress\ toward them dilnk unless they damn well' Sunday a m. PRIZES OFFERED
: from
of learning the of tons prevent plants
joys gardening.One I
for Morning Worship 11:011: am.
meeting the requirements have made up their mind thnt FIVE POINTS BAPTIST "
starts with the germination ,J beg off. I Sunday Evening 7::30 p,m.
the Florida Graduate Teaching they want In drink, find I have ?
of the seeds, which carries the Seed flats should be filled tot I ; CHURCHREV. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Boys 8. 13 YearsGIL
$295 Certificate. seen cats so cockeyed hungry
seedling through the Initial sprout within a half Inch of the top the following graduationfrom their ribs at'bed but they had lo I THOMAS HICKS I . . 7:30 p.m.
or two leaf stage This requires I growing plants will need an even I Immediately with the Bachelor's show their Independence bv stand I: 9.45; am. _?.?.. Sunday School ft ft ft VIZCARRONDO,

three things! the right tempera- distribution of light with no shadows college 11.00; am, _.. Morning Worship CHURCH I Director
oft lit CALVARY BAPTIST
In
who has benefit ing long enough
HARDEE BROS. lure air, moisture Our October from the sides of the flats Degree a person you I! 6:30 p.m. ..?..?.... Taming. Union
I from General ScholarshipLoan know they didn't have to If theydidn't J. C BYRD, PASTOR
tc-d a
ATLANTIC weather supplies temperatures 'The rule of thumb for depth of will be expected In begin want to ',::90( p.m. _.. Evening Worship I Sunday School ................ 10 A.M. FOR REGISTRATIONAND
AVE. suitable for the germination of a seed planting Is to cover the seed I Vednesday prayer sirvlc, 7:30: FURTHER:
teaching In a public kindergarten Every cat 1 have encountered' Morning Worship ........... 11 A.M.
vast majority of hardy plants with soil equal to Us own t thickness .-. :' elementary, secondary school or had 0 distinct I personality All of p.m. Evening Service ........ 7:30: P.M. INFORMATION STOP
sets''
Very tiny mv uin- 'frtr *
mixed with a small amount of dry Junior college in Florida to recompense I them mnlntnin the M iilison Ave. UNITED PENTECOSTAL! ft ft IN TODAY A'r'

with no the state for funds expended note or movie piod'iccr' attitude, ol FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
soil and the mixture sown
C11UR'IISouth
cm his college training. r.a'h year "I>:>n't call mo, I'll sail( putt". CHURCH Lasserre MotorCompany
further covering
cif leachliui will cooed $4110)!) of Scholarship Time nflcr limn I have piiked 8th SI. Ph. 261-1702 nl",. John Dnslrr, Psstor
One prepares a scedhed by nr- Rv. W. W. Rolaid ... 6:45 A.M.
Happy BirthdayFrom t I Loan notes up a cat with the thought 1 of rar.posing Worship Service .
ranging for good drainage material ;; II I Sunday School . . 10 a.m. 9:45 A.M.
'I Florida has made available $275,. It I In my lisp only In I have Church School .... ,
of which the mixture Worship Service .. . . II am.
on lop 11:00 A.M.
._ .
000 for Scholarship, Loans to encourage It vlgglo and iulrm until II attained Worship Service :
of seeding/ medium is placed Prayer Mooting, Tuesday 7.30; p.m, 11:00 P.M.
..
students to prepare themselves Its freednni lien I In Us own' Youth Meetings : .
firmed down with a piece of wood for the nursing! profession : Rood time jump In my 1 lap and Oihli) Study Thursday 7.30; p.m. Church School N..,..... 7:80: P.M.
J. E. ( Gene) WeatherfordDon't and then floided with wttcr. The trtt! '* I .
Judge
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In II ,
These funds have bl'l'nlllueatl'd submit to my attention as purred
seed arc placed on tills firm mllltbrd a manner which will assist ulu- contentedly I FIRST! AHHKMHLI OK GOD iiiJlliii nlotrrwr oNwun JiiiiiiI
tatter water has drained a... E. A. Lewis. I'aitor
Forget, Your Birth Month Is through i and then covered lluhtly) dints who closiic lo attend practical Amoimg famous eats of my cxp'riearo 10:00 a.m. Sunday School
diploma, Junior : ? ? ? ?
Time To Renew Your Driver's LicenseVERAJONE except large clown sI'd'hleh Into the\ soli inn The bu college, piolesslunul and basic collegiate schools was a forlorn wan stray Pi leu that llnKMi my!! d.iiiuhter lie- I 11:00: am. ?._..... Worship Servlct liv],

pushed of ', 11:30: p.m. .... C. A. Youth Services .We work handin
underneath and mess and I encountered\ nn an evenIng
moist firmness mg-
I covering gives the little walk Crumbed,, l'n'old the 7:30: p.m. Evungcllstle Service _
the light (
<
Thursday mid weak aentes hand with
__ __ II seeds good contact with moist rood he was a picture of dcspilr.
'
I earth and the light covering allows Florida Deaths Ills hair was matted, tllI'relI're 7:30 p.m.

b I! them suftliicnt air. Seed sandspurs In his ran, he had the '* *r i I I f' ( your doctor!

3 may be broadcast or planted In Due To CancerAt I I mange and he looked,, more like a ST. I'ETKK'H EPISCOPALCHURCH t

rows the row method allowing! the /ghost than a eat Your doctor knows t
uninitiated to differentiate, the My daughter like. most children, fh Rrr. Jinn l IJ. Klll or, Rrctor'I

wanted plants from chance weeds All.Time High became Intensely bdrro'stod, She I 7:30: A.M. holy communion ) whal'fl beat for your :

wanted to knuw nil iib'iiil' the kilty,, I
Don'tplant 10;Ou AM. Choral Eueh.rltII :
The three big rules are: ,' 0 health and
she uskrd, you ran
'
"What Is his name'
the seed too t : deep, don't JACKSONVILLE Florida's :::111 AM. Church School
$4,95 For no reason Jit all I replied, I I"rl'h'lI count on us to fill hN: :
mash them down In a tight compact Ini're.ising, population of persons tlcmend- S.30 PM.. Episcopal Young

Gal" soil don't t fail to keep the aged( l tog and older, pushed Ito ant of DOIIIII'II'old mlnnliil/ I Is a family but ChurchmenThis preHtrlpUorH withprofessional i .:
an
seedbed moist but not nappy:/ at sutc' cancer deaths to an all "
the schedule of
undoubtedly hlarkslu'cp i ( ( ID very lon
a pred
urJOfCVERATONE all times One List big must lime liiuh of 9FiOO In I'M.lr with the of the Ii ,
I You guessed II. we look him Sunday exception
BY FHESII KFLMBLE: SEED.Pulpwood I James E. "Fulghum do'ee.
of the month
home and fed him loved him imdturned tact Sunday )
tor ol the J Division of Chronic I Diseases : :: : :: I Ri'glslrred phnrma. A
him into H ,inure, or less tr
.HARQEEtiBROS. ., II Volume.I. of Fiorida'pState Board of njspci'table C'll /He rewarded! us BIIII.H BAPTIST rilURCn vlxls tire prnfesslnn'
In the .veirCS7 oily trained In
l Health said that name help
AITANTIC'AVENUB"" I I I by curing sour pd canary: ,, but the i 429 South I 'lh Street
'.210 |11I..ns, oIled| QfJ the diseaseIn \ guuro your hrlll!h.
Jljy, and j Impplin ss !IN'Ive'!/ my Johnny L. King, I'aslnr
In State Shows the United Slates.H.uid.Vs I I I dimanlcr nflsit His evllness und.., Services:
death rate from can- I
,. - Jj 30 Then there was' Alinilsus the 10:00: AM. .......... Sunday School
Increased STEGERDRUG
100.0IMI percent
err( sir
j office cat. lie mlm'hl'll Inln our 11.00; A.M. Morning Worshlr
38 Percent Gain from 19V) lo foil attains! a
cent," office one mornint' with the help, 8.30; p,m. ..._....._.,.>.?.... B.T.U.
n.ilioiul rulKhum rise of sild.only 9 PIT ,, a bin yellow Inn,,, anil climbing I 7.(no) P.M. Mn' Prayer Service CO.

Florida forests produced 2,'>27,. Dr I Cancer death rates Increase Into the lower ilrawi of my sec. 7.30: p m. Evening!: Worship

LOANS. 900( cords of puluwiiDd last year '' retnry's desk( I'k' 1 p *s<'ssmn of Tuesday: Phase) Z6I.12S1w
and ;
with advances In
sat more than the annual volume the shin/ ply me! tcr Florida rate Is age l.irge.y ''the I CHlnblli hmeni When I reached TIn: pm. _.._..._...?_.. Visitation iinl'r( Ave.
compared wllh a the of flic my scinlirv, said i
five years afio Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: :
result thin slate's liavInu
| llic (if
_
30'4 gain throughout the south, 'Look! << what 1 I' .'"t', and piilnteilto ----- --- ------- -- -- -- -- ---- -
the Florida State Chamber of a higher percentage of |i'r- '' the klecpliiH I li, ''me In her desk
TO BUY OR BUILD sons 65! and over In adhlliln..1111'Idll' I
: Commerce reported In Its Weekly : s uued population i Is increasing drawer, .
Business Review released' ycslcr- Aliiulsus bccnr, :n fixture The ,
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faster than the
at a puce

day."Thisi volume of pulpwood was national|%l ubout; avenge 12 per For cent example of Horld.Vs. in r/fice: him help and fed hi Rum ran madi-the a nfflie fussover L. B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO ;

IIf t the Klrls
Whether You're Look made up of 2.121.61NI) cords of pine pi inil.ition was 65 and over against like a tyrant one knnw It .
founts In the haled cats lie sinned lo I
cut from standing approximately 9 per rent for the
of hardwoodsand so he would pink himself on a .
ing At Blueprints or state IG7.400 cords United: Slates. This age group has
'
I 238: .900 cords (.1 wood residues Incrciscd, 33 per cent In Florida :table nearby mil: Klaio' at her to-1, i Carrier
,
harmony wasted or hissing I If she mule H move
Wood residues .
since IW) whereas nationally the
Homes For Sole Our toe.Ifare I
ivinlng. Just
,
used as fuel are sow mill chips inrreosc has been only 1" percent word him On I ..
visitor come
rlrslntf lour" n
and piling trim
veneer cores pole '
Financing Can Help cull crosstles and the like. by with a bottle of Vodka. and Inslsted ';
There miiiht have bl'l'nrn
Then hi pull|
"All but two Florida counties I have a s'tu I AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING
You Take .J the state's nine moire cancer deaths In rfrent venrs a half Jigger! In Hw 1'1It'1 milk
Prompt r ., produce wood fir I
a had nut the board In cixipcr.itInnwith '
.1 pulp mills or for plants! In nearbyMales the Florida Medical Association Aloulsim snmpM it. then bilked: ICE MAKING MACHINERY
olf' but heII i hiini'ry' so he re. :
Sound Action. Good forest praetiees are ',me) the Florida Division of all I Iturllr,1 | ,
It Emitting
paying off In many Florida conn- the American Cancer fmcieiy and drank. SALES SERVICE & INSTALLATIONS
ntaintmrnt.,,, he made
lies but 24 counties produced less a slL'h of r i ;
drawn a canter control lull In ,
up husk door, and
his! out the'
thin five way
pulpwood last year years which the
1CH7 was passed bv fell blotto. In tlie grass After .
Let's Discuss It Before
.. ago Legislature. In the 17 years since .
few
dropsof
that he had In hue a
"Counties which produced 45.0IM) ) I then the program has established Ik he wouldn't'
Vodka In his m or
You Build, Refinance or more cords last year were led 24 tumor clinics over the state drink It. I .
by Nassau cut Ii4 111 cords where persons come for advice .
may
,
Yes, cats are underfill critters' -J. e .
Taylor was next with 151.283 cords and
rxamlnition to detect
Or whin you realh 'I t l'i knnw them
BuyFernancfna
Marlon 126.618 curds Baker 110.
and treat r -
cancer Many cane
In spite of Ihei" i i onus and cluwsj / / .
371 cords. Columbia 102123 cords cases ran be cured If ditcitcd and eras "

and St. Johns 9>.36I cords. Putnam early enough In I3! alone, these __ _. i '''
Federal Hamilton. Escamhla Duvil Dixie, clinics handled 373.16 patients iI I \\I '.. t

Clay and Santa Rosa cut from 79. Heart disease Is the leading

000 to 71,000 cords each. Flagler!! cause of death In Florida. Cancer BE CAREFUL : 261-4892 :

Savings & Loan Assn. Bradford Volusla. produced Alaehua tram Madison 66000 and lo I Is second I WITH FIRE. 1104 S 8 STREET I !

51,000 cords each In the ti.OOO :Newspaper readership is up In Q YOU CAN'T i

cord group were Liberty, Jackson, the U S. Some 82f of men and
202 Atlantic Avenue Bay and Walton, Most of these 221' 80'1 of women read a newspautf : BUY BACK We Service Everything We Sell ;

counties had appreciable gains each .day as compared with 8/)',
i over their 1938 volumes." and .1'/t bat>>l year. file A FOREST! ,


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Six "" Neirs-Leafler\ < (! Fernandina Beach FlorldThurtlay./ !! October 1 Mol I .. r. ew++sav' ,Ir I 'volution. She doesn't care If all _A

the Beatles cut their hair. She -
; "jI Isnt concerned about the color of Now
Pirates In Deadlock I Register
er hair. She Isn't interested In {

hairstyles, whether they'll be longor

(Continued From Page One 1 soft curly or straight. She For Annual
For The Homemaker
I doesn't care If hemlines go up or i,
t to Pikula pass was' good In the down. She Isn't concerned 1 about
Wave 11. Sehnmas ran for S to the colorles or worry about her Put -Pass-Kick
By W the 6, but Fernandlna drew s line. It doesn't matter to walll'l i

yard penally on the play and the toes of shoes are pointed or I .
Mrs. Mary N. Harrison the bull was spotted
1(1( Randy Price lost 2. a :Nobles politics She docs like spinach! 1'
dwq" Home Demonstration: Agent to Thrill pass was nut good, then She doesn't care who wins In Viet PRIZES OFFERED

a Nobles to Pikula puss up the Nam. She doesn't think her moth ,)1

middle was good for the touchdownto I era Ideas are old-fashioned. She's ,
.. NM1MMYr .\rM\ the bad from Boys 8-13 Years ,\
lie A
score. snap very unconventional. Most girls
STRUTTING MIGHTY PRETTILY along Atlantic Avenue last Friday were these
after the Hurricane 1 unsweetened center caused Benny Alvarez to I walk forward, but she
: The c'can-up square melted crawls backwards :tJ
Pirate :
Is about completed lets chocolate kirk wide and the score remained majorettes! as they led the crack Fernandina Beach High School Fighting She doesn't( care about the GIL VIZCARROMX' ,

tope( Mildew may be a problem I or 6B. I Hand in a pre-game parade. The band perennial tops In state competition, put on Beatles because sheet still In the Director t. i

due In dampness. How about shots, -1.4 cup unsweetened cocoa Kcrmmcllna had one, more ch'nice( one of the finest half-lime shows of any high school aggregating In the state. Don'tmiss "Roek-a-bye-baby-ln the-tree-tup"! I r..J

and. liiKRBRcT A thin coal or floor. I 2. Use In ntlpcs culling fur nn a drive to 81'orol'11'n I they l them at the next home game, October 23, against Santa "'e. __.._. I staKe. She doesn't worry about FOR REGISTRATIONAND
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shoci both either of these --- - -- -- hemlines, because she'll "'URTIiEltINmR
to the
vax applied up- I IlI'l'I products took the ball after a punt and a be weu.1
and the soles, keeps moisture 3. Use by pressing (Ow rrenmy I IVynrd: penalty on their' mm 40Sihumai (). ., cratlo nation. .1 I Ing diapers for the next few months I IATIN STOP (

gut. and to helps (10 prevent mil4rw content Into cnikle nr coke hitler gninecl nolhliiii, then P CERVERA FERREIRA I She doesn't care about hairstyles TODAY AT :,
It also helps protect shoes Into frosting!!, candy puddings lleryl\ Rice raced fur 8 yards, 9:.. 14r't I j I because she hasn't enough to wor. I II It ItIN

from cuffs Special shoe drear pie fillings, sauces fumbled and Joe Slnrei picked up I j 7o QUO VADIS j ry with. She doesn't call her moth Lasserre Motor

Isis \ Mi both a fungicide (hexi.rtilomphene 4, There are t one-ounce packets the ball and ran for a first downIn "Where going," This er's Ideas old-fashioned because
( or paranltrophenol) In a corUm priced about the Wave 48. Sihoma and well are be one you of the most Important i'I, Ilea not wise to "bite the hand that I

lID prevent mold growth and wax 41c-45e, Beryl tire worked the ball down may questions of our entire life I feeds". As I said before, I'm pre- Company

II' a silicone resin to protect .- 5, Stcre at room temperature la the Wave 22 before the Pirates It Is a difficult question and not judlced; you tee, she's my eight- 1-

jjainst dump weather or pcrsplra- If contents become too coldto lost the ball p. K. Yonge filled easy to answer. In a real sense, II monlh-old niece!
be purchased at shoe out easily, hold unopened MARY COOK
tan may squeeze the air with passes during the final It cannot really be answered, for i
stares or luggage shops. I packet under hot water a
minutes of the first half but to no none of us know where we are going.
.Sometimes the house develops s moment to soften. avail and Fernandlna was' In pos- We can only guess hope, and
snugly smell Of course, this In ---- 'I session after I Wave punt on the work towards our goal in life

due, to the growth of fungi fromdympncbs. I BeachWeather Pirate 44 when the first half end. Many people choose, as their goal,

On cement floors, tiled cd. vast amounts of money or fame.

walls and other floors, you may Report The second half of phy was I Even If this goal( Is reached, It Now

got rid of mustlness by scrubbing Steve Rich, Observer mostly a defensive bjllle betweenthe w rarely brings!! hnpplncis. A con .

pith a diluted solution of house I Weather Station at 2663 MjcGrrgol two RehiwU with neither team I 5t tented, satisfactory life can only ,
hold bleach Use 4 to 1 cup of Blvd. causing too much of a scoring' be reached by being mentally and |

bleach to 1 gallon of water Rinse threat until the final seconds of spiritually satisfied, at well as FASTER SERVICE AND
Max. Min. Rain
with clear water and wipe dry. T the game when PeeWee Nobles being satisfied with' our worldly i,
Thursday, Sept. 24 'M 70)
Keep windows open until Mails fired 1 aanit\ pass which lIanllC'n11I1I'rcI'pled accomplishments ll To achieve UIII"aliI'
Friday, Sept. 25 81] 71 0
aiict floors thoroughly dry. On plan- on the Wave 20 andral'd must start early to cultivate
Sut ul'd.IY, Sept. 20 8r 71\ .UKSuniUy REASONABLE
the work to PRICES
tic or asphalt quickly
27 74 T down tho sidelines to the his personality, a'11'11 as his
Sept. 85
prevent" spotting. Monday, Sept. 20 88 75 0 Fernundini 21 before he was stop A scene from the technicolor movie "Island of the Blue knowlcdgcv One fIlA.,"""oke his life!I
Low (In area pcd the to end. the llan Theatre and Sat' become 'dervteur' t o himself and
pressure sprays Tuesday, Sept. Z1!! RB 77 Oi I as game( came an Dolphins" showing at Friday a
Mi contolncrs) are helpful In re- Wednesday. Sept. 30 80!) 78 0 The !game! marked the I second urday October 2 and 3. everyone, or he may do just the for
moving mustiness in closed rooms i KliaUthl time the Pirate defense -.-_ __ opposite. lIe'i' .anibteome; a help
and small areas. Be sure the September, Weather Summary has come through lo hold the op- to society or he can become a I
spray contains a fungi toxic chem.kal This September, the avernuc pOlling teiim. Last week the Pirate S. S. Mokedonijo I English Students burden. The altitude one tikes to. $

I to prevent growth of the funf maximum temperature wan 8i.l.I defense held (he Camden team Loads 828 Tons Write Essays On ward life Is* f.,major factor inl I eafltpIIv1 (lf't'd
minimum
)Maul\ sprays without the mil. Average 733 mum/ scoreless and limited the tough this, and on "stmuld" learn to cultivate !
low Inhibitor are less effective'' temperature 79,2. The highest was/ glue! Wave to a single touchdown Rayonier Pulp | "Quo Vadis"The It. As-1.I have Slid, no one 'I
93 on the hat, and the lowest was
because they rely only on thegoaeklhg' Joe Stores, Mike Pikula and knows the direction lit will takes /eddtitg biz ve'talolw
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power of a perfume baser 63 on the 23rd.Measurable Burry Hlce were the leading boys The S. S. MakcdonIJa arrived at following essays were written he grows older, but we can
LIla deorderizlng action of ipe- rain (fell on only 3 on defense for the Pirates liraI' Rayonier docks Saturday and early by Freshmen of the Fcrnan. work to ice that we take a positive

clay chemicals.Al days, and totaled 4.73 Inches, about as Individual tackles were con. Monday began loading 628 tons )I dim Beach High School They are step ahead, Instead of a ne.gatlvo .
light burned during damp 3 Inches below normal, the great.!! I, ccrned as each came through with of pulp. students of the English dais one. and

wet-weather, In the closet or In cst 24 hr total was 3.SI on the 10. Benny Alvarez was another The shipment was consigned to taught by Mrs Mable Milton, and EDDIE LIBBY

He"book cue, helps to remove 9th during Hurricane Dora. demon on defense along/ with Jack Marseilles used "Quo Vadls" as their theme:

sVimpucss which contributes to the The prevailing wind direellim Bainluk and Beryl! like Duane QUO VADIS QUO VADIS YInwetucemed3
was East and scabrctzcs occur(
problem" : of mildew Information mllVw red 1 on 27 days Rowland tame through In fine 1964 Woman's "Where are you going'" This Quo VadlsT This Is what God
Far further on -
weret\ clear, 6 fashion for (the Pirates with Nob. Is challenging question for asked Paul when he was running
Home Demonstration I There days a very
.juJte to All And
your Styles Of
Types
leI, Buck Bibb, Steve Seville and EngravingWE
Agent Hilliard Florida.I partly cloudy, and 5 clmidv. There <(Continued< From Page One) anyone. Many people have the I away from prison. It made 4ilm

fcrJJie/ free-booklet "How to Pre. was only 1 day with a thunder Alan Cover. Inn cross country trip. This pro. misconception that It is meaningless I stop and think. This Is what we

vent-and Remove Mildew homeIcthoar I storm. There were 4 diys with 90delll'l'l.'l Sihumai and Beryl Dice were mine the bent entertainment for but everybody must have a i should do, stop and think. If
Th'reI not I (he mainstays In limiting/ (the ball I
nr above. ( OM that
an evening with family robot do.
your we don't we are like a ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF
with Rice lending help. In lire Some think
flurry a people
,-NEW FOOD IDEAS: hail or log. you tan find anywhere There purpose log only what' others tell us to do,
Inn hand. Nobles completed four that the world Is just a place of
'"There' arc constantly new pro. will be acts and variety numbers I I without the first thought. Instead ENGRAVED
quota on the market. Have you CARD OF THANKSThe I I of six pusses, but was nailed for to please and amuse everyone carefree life. They act as If they of this, we' should think twice. We I
lime tremendous losses In other I own the world but this Is not LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS
Been the new "ready to use" choc hours during my recent Illness The original plot of the show should use our school years carefully .
late?, This new chocolate comes and hospital confinementwere pass attempt. was suggested by Mrs. R. S. Ad. true All should be thankful that bettering ourselves In mind ENVELOPES
packaged In packets Inside a brightened Immeasurably by Coach Wayne Benncr plans some her Mrs. Ben Sorensen general they can enjoy the many things. I and body, for we only go through SOCIAL STATIONERYSee
carton < and you simply squeeze the cards, !letters, flowers and k I changes In his lineup this week In chairman, and Mrs. H. D. Johnson In life. However, It Is not all getting school once. After we have thought

contents' .i of packet In your batter. I IThis well-wishes from my many (friends.I an effort to bolster his offense director, have spent an un there Is a lot of giving also. over what we want to be In life, !

eliminates melting squares)) I extend my sincere thanks to I threat. told number of hours taking ear The thought of, going through life Is I I we should set ourselves a goal, I Samples At

sf cocoa or measuring chocolate. each and every one for their Benner Mated this week that of the many problems and detailsof I without contributing anything and do our best, not Just for our. ,

,v" Simple directions for Its use are: thoughtfulness Randy Price will, be out of the putting the show together not a very Ideal Idea. So many for'I selves, but for others also We 'ii? fI i iJFcmanuiualfleacli
'% 1. 1 packet (Ion.) replaces signedi II. E. Williams lineup for about four weeks but Other members of the produc. people continue Just waiting were put on this earth by God fora
... __ someone to help them. So often
Jerry Beard Is expected: to be lion crew are:, Steering Commit. purpose. What have we accomplished KcuteKcaJtcrHIONKS '
though, the help dues not arrive I
'H_ I; rendfor the Green Cove game. tee Eloyse Sorensen Edith If we only better ourselves
and If It does arrive, It may not I
Friday night the Pirates will be Johnson, Charlotte Hall, Huclette do any good. Everybody should T We shall have accomplished I ( ) : *Mhx: ; 1\\ M-HM: f) ?
Penton, Ann Duey, and Maria nothing, for we cin't I live our lives
rArLOOKING FOR A GOOD traveling!! to Green Cove Springsto Oil. try his best to see that he does I I
seek their second victory of the Sellers; Properties Mary not spoil life. but makes a contribution like vacuums, thinking only of

:7 CLEAN LATE MODEL season and first Keystone Conferonce ver; Makeup Jackie- Carolyn Stublts Miller Music; that the future will enjoy.If ourselves, We would not reach We Represent One of the Largest and Best
i', win at the expense of the _Lighting ; Plt- he does this, he will find greater our goal If we have done nothing
__ Florin Dudley; Posters .
Pal. for humanity.DAVID
Blue Devils who have lost to
would be
The world
tki, 32-D, and lost to Lake City, ty Gatchel; Stage Manager I happier happiness.and better place If everybody ALLISON Engraving Firms In The United States
Prls-
i 25-0 but as most football fans Huelctte Penton: Finance to do this.
USED CAR know the two losses were to powers cllla Corbett; Programs Freldi CORDON were DRESSLER I LAURA KAY

In high school football circles. Bennett and Edna Preston: and This little girlis most, unusual I I
I I Choreography Julanne Owens but maybe I'm just prejudiced.
Benncr "his boys are notoverconfident
=T SEE' US FOR A SPECIAL I says In traveling to the and Joanne Bean.Advertising QUO; VADIS!-! She Is not worried about Russia's Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results
I
Helen Phinney, decide and
Now Is the time to I threats, or If Cuba Is having a re*
HIGH-TRADE ON ONE OF OUR I Blue Devil land the ai Green scouting Cove reports Faye LaChance Adalinc Davis, : prepare ourselves for a good life. I' --- -
that
arc Land, Florence MierzeJewski I hard to thorough
Imogcno Working get a
1965 FORD TRADE-INS I team Is classed as a team but not Peggy Bond, Lorah Mich. :. education, we wl1be\ able to
quite as good as p, K. Yongc
eel, Katherine Clarke, Suzanne think things out for ourselves.
better than Camden, so It
little
a Hardee, Betsy Stewart Sue Bit- Living up t to and facing the problems .
1963 Chevrolet 1962 Ford Fairlane looks as though/ the game couldbe Icy, Carolyn Miller, Freida Bennett of life. We shall be setting ,

Biscayne 4-Door I 500 4-Door rated as a toss-up. and Betty White; Tickets -, good examples for others. Knowing I I DID YOU KNOW ?
Elizabeth Davis and June Stewart more we can perform I service
hs
Cyl. Std. R & H. Auto. $1395 Dr. Alvin III ; Publicity Lorah Michaeland which will help us and oth ,;
Shift,Low $1595 Trans I I Bayer, Elizabeth Bowers; Sets I ere Now Is the time to make sure I II

\ Faith Britton and Ben Sorensen; I we take the right road. Setting I
One Owner 'a.ta.luai' '
MileageOne Owner I I (Continued From Page One) and Sound Effects A. C. Me. goals and working hard: we may

1962 Buick" Mrs, Bayer Is a graduate! of Innls. reach these goals, possibly become I IT ,i IS UNLAWFUL.
1963 Ford Fairlane : I Andrew Jackson 1 High School: In While attending "The hobo'sFare leaders In society. Most of all, I.
2-Door Hardtop lo the Fair," you \I 11alia\ learning!! the real values of life
500 2-Door i I Jacksonville and attended Blue I
Women In be entertained by The Beatles and while we achieve. all this, we will
11 & 11, Auto Extra $1195 Mountain CMIcgo for the a variety of stings much and become I
Ladybugs! be happier
Clean > Blue Mountain MI..., and Jack I' For Person Or Persons To
Any In Business Under A Fictitious
Trans 20,000 $1695 I sonvllle University and dances and bathing beauties. good citizens of a free and demo- Engage -
Actual Miles One Owner Local talent will be al Its beet
One Dr. Bayer served ai Lieutenant l' Mark this outstanding entertain Name Unless The Name Is Registered
Owner I In the United Slates Navy for two '
,-- -- 1961 Volkswagen I ment on your calendar now. It Is Law
1963 Falcon years andI as stationed In Bee. the one big production of the Woo Library 'I '

vlllc, Texas man's Club year, and all the
$995
ConvertibleR&IiGCyI. members urge you to enjoy It with Continued from Pace One) Read This Florida Law.

them i.. .
Students
Two FBHS
Auto Trans 1960 I Tickets are BOW on sale. Get house, the acquisition and install
Volkswagen
$1895 them from members of the Wo- alien of attractive bookcases. and
Low Mileage. I iCimlimicd From Page One man's Club or at the door For the purchase of number of law "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons as defined herein, to engage In

One Owner $1095 i UKiof hli choice Scmlfln.illsN adults the donation Is $100 and books. i business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined without and
for ciiilclicn only fifty cents. reaction lo the has
The library
1963 Falcon 1963 Ford '/2 Ton must substantiate their qualifying Please come and Join the fin been to quote Thompson.. "Ire- unless said fictitious name shall he registered with the clerk of the circuit court of
second ex-
4-Door Sedan test aniln.ilion|1"'rIIlI'IIII1Ol'e( bo endorsed on a by their mcndoiis" tumid a great number of the county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall. consist
Pickup have been out and out do
.G Cyl;1., Auto. $1495 G Cylihmler \ mliiioK mid fulfill to become certain.'lllallhI8.I routinenvpihemeto Small Business books nations. He .proudly staled that a of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit "signed by all Interested persons

Trans. $1295 of taw tusks which would sell oath of all
It&lI 1 I All Merit Scholars are selected for around SIOOO.I: III he
1963 Ford Galaxie I from the Finalist 1 IIrollli.I Mikc a list of property dumnurd right away. The latest girt, he said, extent of the interest of each and the fictitious name under which said business is

4 Door 1 1960 Ford I "Semlnlinulisls are representative destroyed' or lust, show. Is the result of a merger of two carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring
.
uf our country's most Intellect lim the original costObtain of the larger!: law firms of this
R.& II. Power EconohneSteering. sally ul>le young people said John from. a reliuhle conlrac- area. to engage In business under a fictitious name shall have advertised hi'* or their in'tention

Ftie- $2295 I'antl $1195 1 M. SUiliuikcr Merit Scholarship president uf Corpora.time. ;the, National : .. lor Hluned, supplier estimate or In m'-iimum iliiulliulc of a Another iuilsnmi: and useful to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four ( t) consecutive
Air-Cuml.
tory Rift for the library l II a modern
the list of repilrlng the damaged duplicating machine weeks In some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registration

I "'Ihev piiKM'SS time Ijlnils mill property damaged or of replacing brjnnd propertylost repair. Circuit Judge William L. Dur- is to be made and said registration! shall not be accepted by the clerk of the
ii.ilitiiH fur leudcrhlilp nr
| iiueHKury
SPECIAL PRICE ON In the' I ul ure, They are resourceful. Losses sustained by business den and J ksonvilU Attorney court circuit court except upon receiving proof of such publication
John W. l.l'CI 1'1'1' here for
hiiul-vuiikitm, and ambitious. isLiblishnieuts should be accompanied
:: .
Two 64 Ford FastbacksOne "In honoring' them for their litijinmrnU by a current financial proceedings last Thursday and I'

'64 Galaxie 4-Door Sedan iiliu that' .others\te should have contributed recognize statement liutMlllies as listing of a all date assets prior and to !I what both has expressed already admiration been \ done for In If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than

One '64 Mercury 4 Door Hardtop slunlliiaiill.v lo their success by en. Urns. securing the library and for theI I
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stale amount of potential that Is olfercd. Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd
eUllr 1I1II1! the ('huraclc'rltll'Ilhll'h Ho ,prepared t tl<>
produce limh achievement. The loan desired and exact purpose for I With Durden and Lie as they
,. :
\i.: SEE CHARLES Scmillnullsl thus bring honor not which it Is requested along' with visited the library were Thompson Registered, See Your Attorney For All Necessary Informa-

: GENE OR CURT only In themselves, but also to ettorts already made to obtain a Garcia. Shave and Public
their families their teachers, and loan Iron other sauries Defender Mercury\ Kavouklls. See tion As To What You Should Do.

At their communities." Lynch noted( that pictures of the accompanying photo I.I

property before the disaster, are.
A liuieau/ of Advertlnlng! study helplitl In establishing amount of i Several specie of fish at Marlnrland -
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LASSERRE I I ;
MOTOR CO. shuns Hint eight out of ten women damageSKA .nf. Florida arc named FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEAKRrage

I look ul toed sits ill their new spa- loans are available at 3ri after various Instruments the I
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New".Lead 'enmiuliim DcHch Florida October 1 IDC I Severby
Thursday, Page
Allan Team WinsIn ... .
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Championship -- -- --- --- --- -- "

I tourney chairman Dun, llnmn, Approximately 1II.IXM) IkiusCs I
Licenses
Golf Tournaments I Golf Association were: | Beverage arc now In exihteneo1 throuKhtnitMoiiilu :
70 John KcHilMHo,, Bob In- Must Be Renewed and rt'pi'CM'nt a variety 1 1

Now Underway j Best Ball TourneyThe grant Dr. Bill itiidcirei A reiiiindri" nun i"mil |,IM.IV| by of some 22 ijpei tf bc\er'lge license .
70 Buddy BIIIKI-HS! James .
Slalo Br\eruiii> Dim'tor Klcliiird : i
Webber. Bums l>,iile>. Cat I Junes. ,, ,
B Ki'iillnu tht remunl ot bev-
a
The Club Championship Tour team of Andrew All in. Ill,
70 Tom Lamiun. Steve SIN-ao'C.
crane liiuiMs in all 67 counties
of the Fernandina Beach ciplnln. Archie Smuts, Arch llur-
aamcnt
Bill !flutter Don DOM ling. :
Association Is at dec and !Mike Fiala emerged of t'IHhla must be made on or
.Golf; underway an j
\the local links with the first round winners Saturday In the best ball I 71 Joe Scnrboro, Ken Fore1 before Otlobcr I I. l4! I DOZIER & GAY
ff play to be completed by Oc. c of foursome golf tourney hand. L. K. Nolan If HCWMTS f81I.\ to renew (their
ber 11.Competlion. The Allan team had i not fill In 72 Jim Pcerson, Arthur Ren- I present lucnsc, a 1II'1I111yI III be PAINT
will be match play the compi'titlon sponsored by liteFernandlna ,sham E. V. Garcia Harry Sahl- I i I imposed, the Dneetor \larnl'd.l',
lib flights to be determined by man |I Such penalties may ranue I 'Best For The South'
? Beach Golf Asaoi'lalion. 73 Bib
I Young Melvln Hosier,
:'tile Individual handicaps. Defendng u $123. drpendinii on the type of|
Lannon Carl SII anslln. John Kesisev 'lliense and the
| champion Is Tom date reuc-ttcd,
;'rho won over L. C Shave In last i ir.lear'l In second place lied at HI! were' 73 Glynn Wan. \ndie Allan I KcAlmii txplaimdi CHECK OUR ;
Sr.. Albert AlxaiK, Lonnie HoilincsHorlh
finals.m the team of Andy Anderson und -
Don Brown tourney chilrman, THE EQUIPMENT WAS DIFFERENT but the spirit ran just as high in 1tl!): m It Bob Oodeim. On Anderson loam i 74 = Jesse Tiner;: ,, John I Gregory '' PRICESShiell's .
does when the Pirates took to the gridiron. How can >ou recognize/ without 73 Bill Mellon Gus Louen-
mnounccs the following pah Ings now many were Dm Roberts Ben Groee and I IlIlIn \D.iuiilieilv.. --
lliiKh Shine Jr
or the llr CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Donald Ferreira Ed !Moore Ira Dudley H irdee Frank Hall/ Clem Dubose. Hale Sheffield were H. J. Hamilton and Bob Bieuton. 7S I. t' shivf Thumps: J. Grocery
73 David Smith Asa Sha\e (:ini'dm< Iliit'er! KMeinCm :
-- Iteyniildn
Andy Anderson vs Joe Scarboro. Nathan Segal Ernest I'. Davis and Morris Skipper. Standing left to right Bitslln. 'bet I 1.
,
David Thonins 'lien' Claike.
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ATLANTIC AVE.PHONE
Bob Gedeon vs Jim Fcerson Marvin!\ Hardee Gale Longee Vincent Ferreira, Jake Hunch Other
Poole.L. Tommy Askins, manager, teams and the order In 74 ltarr>' Ponle Pete InittHin I 78 IIII k Unmet I IMiert" Daniel :
York
r Rudy. C. Shave vs vs Harry Buddy Burgess. Jack Morse, Ted Ferreira and Coach M. E. Roster which |hr>' finished as anmnimed J>'hn B l'nlllk. Jiihn lloopei, Wilier: Pre ton. : : 261.90tl.tr.oor. :
(Photo courtesy Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Jr.)
I' Y. E. Hall vs B. C Freidlin. ,
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Andrew Allan, III, vs Jesse -- I
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finer

,,y Tom David Lannon Smith FIRST vs vs FLIGHT Bob John Young.Scarboro.! FOLLOW THRUI ) 10 BIG DAYS-October 1st thru 10th

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Bill Melton vs Al Bodlne. Sports
Bob Asklns vs John Guest. k ry".g p r a. Y SATURDAY
Thos. J. Shave vs Andrew Allan y


SDel Theobald O teen VI vs Ray Steve Caldwell.Spence d'Y$ Slants thru SUNDAY

Roberts vs Glyn Wius.
'1; Gus Loucnfcloin vs Dick Bennett d
Archie Smith vs Edison,; Casey, t c
,n! SECOND FLIGHT BY CURT GORDON
James Webber vs Paul Kornau. r'l ,

Albert Alvaict vs Paul Bibb 1 We can't say we expected more game fur the Pirates at his tmklc
Arthur Rcnshuw vs John Gregory or less for the P. K. Vonge game, po.t.la'c the funs a tunic of his I
I although naturally we wanted the oIlcuBive ability when he scoopedup
Melvin Hester vs Pete Ingram. I Pirates to win. Preseason predictions a Fernandina fumble Hurt\ dried 1IY WILLIE MATTSON ,
Jim Clark vs Bennett Wilson. were that Fernandlna and P.I I it Into a first down for the Pi i
Ken Forehand vs Ace Reynolds K. Yonge would be the teams to 1 rates.
Ben Grace vs Ham Hamilton. team wanted to <} -tr Tuesday Sc*|>lcniber 22 nine .
beat If another
Bob Brcslin THIRD vs FLiGIiT Robert Daniel I win the Keystone Conference The Frrnandina Beach Cheerleaders 1 members paled In of a Die Point FBMiA tournament partlcl- i the Price: : I 'I ,
Championship, therefore, according entertained the P. K. \'onJ.te JC .
i. B. J. Sloan vs Carl Swanson.John the ended as It Cheerleaders Each bogey turned one point, a of One Plus ic lot e
vs Arch Hardcc. to the books game at a pregame dinner: par two, a birdie three and an I'7 GIFr'
Dully should have <'n a tie. Last year at the Blue Seas Restaurant on eagle four, lliimlitup strokes were
,I Ed Boner: vs John Dozier Gainesville the score ended Friday i i
Chas. Tomlinwm vs Bob Ramsey. I at as It did here, 6$. One of those ft used on to each determine hole the Harriette points earned Wad' SHOPPING BAG
vs Duvid Thomas. ,
John Hooper Perce Entzmlngcr. days Fcrnandma, or Gainesville Is Some !good: news this week from 1 piled up the most 36, Betty I
Bub Ingram vs Howard. going to break the habit. Lynn Joyner. Lynn just receiveda York had 33 and Nancy Herring) With purchase atpur
,x Burns D. W. Bailey Ringer vs vs C.Ray W. Laiidrcss. I' it -fr: truck scholarship al Mississippi 32. I WAAS DRUG STORE any //Jc+
According to our chart Joe College, Clinton, Mississippi. Lynn
Drug
J' FOURTH: FLIGHT Tuesday September 29 an Department j t
Mike Pikula and Barry track St. Johns Jun.
Stores was a star at 1
" E. V. Garcia vs Dan Daugherty. 0-S-E.N tourney was held drtw-
Bill Miller vs Don Brown i Rice were In on the most Individual or College last year. Another fine Ing a field of OlDen, In first ATLANTIC AVENUE during this 1' SALE 1'-
tackles In the Wave game award fur a former Fernandlna .
'
John Kelrsey vs Don DOM ling. place with a net score of 3211
Jeff Bowers vt Cecil Brewton. Benny Alvarez had 8 and Jack. Pirate was Adaline Davis. Second place AT SIXTH STREET
Frank Lambrlght vs Carl Jones 1 I Barnlak 6, and we know that somewhere -b went to Shirley Shal'eI Itla Del35's COD I I LIVER OIL I I IRE
Herbert Luke vs John Baxter. In the tackling pile Mike Did you lootbill fans notice the and third to Jean: Hooper with
I Rice, Alan Cover and Carl Ander. M fa ftnnwl Wilsnmi. Hnt.
fine looking gentleman operating ',.
Lester Durham vs Al Miller ; 37' Three ladies rnteied the 9-
Preston vs Fred MiLe n. son were around. the cluck last week ? That was hole tourney. Winner with 19''
Walter FIFTH FLIGHT 1, T> *l Vr Fernandina's John L. Smith who I net score was Elizabeth hall ::G' MERTHIOLATEJSAT o "" First Aid! SPRAY 9:130

John Barnlak vi Exteen Corbutt. : Richard Schomas really kicked a has become a football olliclal this Qualifying fur the Club Championship 1 1.29! sfc I
beauty on the opening kickoff for year. John L.I III mostly ork B I starts October 4 and continues Tincture Wolgre.nt. 2.s. RJ Walgre.m. 3 e .

Lonnie Hollingsworth vs David I Fernamlina ball to the Wave when' 2 yard he booted line where the arei'ootball! this games year before for teams gelling In Into the through, October 13. If you REG. Antacid t Liquid r
Nussbaum. wish to play you mud play an j 1309Be J? SACCil'Kir 2 9ge
Lewis K. Nolan vs Tom Dlgby it rolled dead. The Pirate defense varsity work next year. 110I 81 eighteen: hole qualifying round at $1.z9 2 R
Mike Fiula vs Ben Clarke I held at that point but a quick kick, lucky enough to get an assign that time Those wishing to qualify stomothtoothinfl.woiBr..m.n... _
Hush Stone Jr. vs Harry Tay. a couple of penalties and a fumbleset ment here last week for the 9 Mule Championship I REG HlIro.o, K .DIE' REG
lot I I up the stage for the Wave '6 <: T:} must qualify by pitting nine holes < Sleep Capsules 2' 180l

I Bob Phinney vs Bill Rodeffcr score soon afterwards. Coach Wayne Bcnner sent his during that same period. 98' Cleansing .totion,299RE ; s1 l.l Anld.Iolll.lot36 | I
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Tom Tilman vs' Harry sahlman.1 *r Gordon-Butler vs Newt I Joe Stores who plays a whale, of session on Tuesday of this week I
\ \ In the drawing for the Snack Bar G. PAIN RELIEF Rub
receipts for the past few weeks ; i Tooth Paste 2'8O'or. :
Walgreens ,
who have not picked up their ,; 2 : 40c t 9f Wnlgre.ni, 1 Vi ,
I prizes, ate Mrs. James Bours. M. F r whiter, bright* l lh i


) FERNANDINA"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S BEACH CROWN fII. t tI Wight.Llddell.P. Llssner Mr. Carlisle E. J. Holt and James Florence R. I ;E 9*( orbs Irioth freshen.Mouth,.Wash Pint. h 2 :: 80e :"f; MInERAL! OIL 2 *: 70e I




,I BEACHES" Peck "Wolves"I I REG. Babykof Syrup 276C:o; :"f; Wolnr COLD. ni. l Capsules lll..l 21 2 Ajn .' 90e

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Directory Furnlahed By These Merchants and Business Men : Win 32-7 Over -

Lake Butler Team REG.' Headache & Pain 2 a 9ge REG. 1.39 Chewable 1

Suburban I 98C 100 tobl.ti. Wolgrtint. A ORANGE
B E WISE.I
FLAVORED

"Porcelainize" T I IDE 5 Propane Gas Co. The revenge Peck after High/ having"Wolves"! lost seekIng their. I. ( VITAMIN C Tablets I

SERVING ALL opening game last week racked I ,, af.I '' REG, 100 mil potency ,
up a 32-7 score by defeating I the i I I VITAMIN
at JETTIES TOUR NEEDS IN ICI 1 Boes/
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES Gr
Consolidated High eleven of Lake
LP GAS AND ,,,. 98t : err.,,
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LONGER THAN Add aD Minutes Far APPLIANCES Butler Saturday night in the "Wul.yes" ele.raie 'term/ 2 140 "
ORDINARY WAX JOB GAS den I '.. .r.l : I too II'' hiri

raaadiaa BarNr 7 South 7th St. Four key players on the "Wol-1, tnevone
LASSERRE MOTOR Phone 261.3561cos ves' squad ho were on the disabled 1 REG- ts0 m ,
LOW list, gave some of the fresh-1 Briargate GROOMERS 2 : 199III.r
HIGH ,
I, 8 Potency
man players a chance to show .
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S. 8th St. Ph. 261.311. Friday, Oct. 2 I their abilities andI ho proved to Shave Lotion F
the torching Bluff that they have I Colotne'a
5:34: aim 11:40: a.m. PHOTO SHOP deprndable bench strength and are !I After Shave REG. 100 DICALCIUM 130Children'sASPIRIN
? i58): pm. ready to go, both offensively and!' Pn-EleolrloLefton R 2
Going Fishing Oct. 3 Prsun..ing Ran WeddingsSaturday defensively I j spice or Menthol Shine Drum M.29 PHOSPHATE Tablets 8 |
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Psu.Ils The "Wolvci" scored 14 point
VLIt Us For 6:28 12:13 a.m. ram rJ ..ppollm.D'FI..hlD 1 In the first quarter with touchdown REG .
: aim : PbolO Decongestant t :
2:150
Complete LID Of Supplies 011I y by quarterback Sam Brown and' 2 fcOc f:1
6:49: p.m. 12:34: p.m. ..
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Tackle ....'0....".... halfback Spencer Clayton and J Cherry never. lettl.i eHOO 1' An.frln. lottlm of 50 H B
Rode Rte" Sunday, Oct. 4 i (Continued on Page 91, I

Outdoor Equipment Camping 7:17: a.m 1:03: a.m. StudlOl At 50. Ash St. I -and--some- of the boys had liars to i iI :| REG. SHAMPOO with EGG 2 o'00( REG.E'c EYE DROPS o ;i 9ge c

7:34: p.m. 1:23: : p.m. Phone 261.4586 show (for the session Pee Wee'Nubles OT f.rmulo30.l.i.fctll.i. A *O Anofrln. 1/4 ei. sfc

FIR I EST 0 N E Monday, Oct. Ii :- Is out with a pulled mu,. "
Rowland's tic Alan Cover has a pulled nuncio Medicated SHAMPOO Glycerin Suppositories l I l I 5 5 I A AInfmn
BEACH SUPPLY 8:01: a.m 1:47: a.m. in his hack Joe Stores received .2 90e| .
111 Atlantic AY. zIl.tm H:14: p.m. 2:10: p.m. UPHOLSTERY a hip Injury and Harry Mills Injured 89 tarmacs I ... kettl. ," r Arfulu J ifl2 t& R V %TREG

Tuesday, Oct 6 DO YOU NEEDCOvPRIN'.R sec his limited arm.action All against are rxpieledto Green : Values l for Everyon'
Much Will Your NEW Oil REPAIR ; '1.59 :
How 8:41:: a.m. 2,26: a.m Tn Ynt'R I Cove. on Friday, night i ifill 1 REG. 1.
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ruROsuaaNEW :
SOCIAL SECURITY 8.ul: p.m. : p.m SPAT COVUI I FORMULA 20IcHS COLOR FiLM Foil Fashion g.1
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Pay You or Your Famly', Wednellday, Oct. 7 roe ALTO VOtS WE'RECLEANING : 31! Hair Spray INDOOR or OUTDOOR JEWELRY.... Itt /1' I

GULf LlfE'S Planned 9:18: a.m. 3:06: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES 11-s. ..r.tol i MOVIE i I
will 9:27: p.m. 3:3:5: : p.m We Pick Up and Deliver \lu.."I I r, RIG. d. .
Securily Analy.ia !I 88eJ
F iIsmm ,.j.jrs..J
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help guarant.e Thursday, Porter 6' Lovequist 2 0 -

Social StCI/rlly I.n.fitl 9:55: a.m. 3:44: a.m. General Contractors HOUSE ;I. jj R SEAMLESS.. (
'ROCISSINa35mm v :
INCIUDIS
10:01: p.m. 4:16: p.m. SPECIALTIES --1. ICI .. NYLONS / "
May W. Serve You' : <.... 1
Friday, Oct. 9 Pf.ASTIC WOODWORKING SURFACING: ONLY 3 I vAT Beige or Toot ton*!. /"/' /
JAMES F. (Jim) BUILT CABINETS REG. 53C 20 &nf ','." '/' 1
10:31: a.m. 4:21 a.m. CUSTOM KITCHEN AND BATH 1964 FORDS P, Ouarantetd [ 219 49 e ,': Run
YLANT 10:37: p.m. 4:57: p.m. REMODELING I Walgrttn xp. '< '/ Ruiitant

I'. O. Box 89 Neo cr...' Complete Showroom LEFT I ASPIRIN MEN'S'
Phone 261.:11113: c... a. Oeodetlo Ium, For Color Coordination sus ELECTRIC $U, A LADIES'
Gulf Life Ins. Co. Phone 261.3068 Get These Great SPECIAL I ;
; CORDS
BUYS Idllclol, j/Y Quality I '

While They Last 100 254:; )-'fl' t onion f I 9geI' BILLFOLDS 9ge :

FUN IN THE SUN t 12 l..d o. I

Lasserre Motor ,iMTMi, ..... wW Mr'... LwYhM WN.-- 7 .
_; AT FERNANDINA BEACH _

FISHING BOATING SWIMMING CompanySouth YOU'RE; : ALWAYS WELCOME AT YOUR Wal9AU1t AGENCY DRUG STOREClub

GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN" 8th Street

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!t C : WEEKEND QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED h ? [JSP LB PKCBUTTER
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'JUICE. DRINKS 9&,99< I : SLICED BEETS SAY!UON 6 16ot ) PICK 0'THE CHICK (RAND
: 4Y : .. .. .. JARS E Fryer Breasts

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; I Merchants I CREAM STYLE OR $ L.99
'CORN 6 1
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JlttRCHANTS GREEN DEEP BROWN $ COOK QUIK BRAND Ch. ,
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1I ,1 TENDER LBS OR OVER. mmmimmmmfHENS I : Steaks 10 FOR age
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I : ANY PKG 0' KODAK : : t ::tJ:: lLACK."ITI POTATOES 10.1 ?. 69< : .JAlUctCAri j
: EXTRA STAMPS TOOK r tJ COLOR FILM 11 KODAK FILM : .. : IZJD INSTANT COFFER 1
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: A WASHING MIRACLE ALL I'URI'OSE CLEANSER DETERGENT IN A TABLET NABISCO COOKIES c

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1 NeWa.Leader/ rrinindum Denih, Florida Thursday, October 1, 1961 Patrc Nine
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Disabled Vets Due ,
I Nassau Farm I I lie Shultz, Stale Field Repre-
Bureau
I C of C CommendsCivil
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j sit M al'nllllivtlU present and. reminded '
Insurance Waiver II Kick-Off Breakfast ;' the members that IhtMimhmhln

sv I I Defense In Drive wan being held
Held
i September 11
from
the"Rcc" the state,
I SI Petersburg Fla -- M T simtiliHiK'misty nil over
f Dixon, director of the Florid \Hopaitment 1'11e Recent Disaster I The Kickoff Brrnkfast for the with u'port* to be called In to the
of Veterans Affairs, an. Nassau (Coiinlv Faun liuivaii stile oil IIP on Thunday
Center
flounced Hint veterans who are ( An liiHinaiue mnn from the stale
f'-mmpndillnn for the excellent Membership ,1'11'1\a. held at
rated! 100. for their service con f performance of Hit Nassau County the Rainbow Restaurant In Culli. oilier nan Introduced by Mr..
UY nccted disability may also receive 1 1 Civil Doll-use lull: luilnit the re- han on Monday,, September\ Sh illz a* the speaker and Insuranct
his GI insurance dividend heck If rent hurricane rnurueiuy has been with a RINK] number attending I problems were! discussed
S1MY DLS1NDRO his policy Is In force lie should expressed In a liltir. to ('01. W J. -' -'- II
I apply for waiver of premium Preston, director from Heed Lew. Rood LrwtllinPreside .
1Ht./ which would mean he would nil ellen president of the rernamlinaHi 'nlOlflreOI
THURSDAY, October Key Club Car Wash In front of Register NowFor
1 Rocrealten have lo pay further premiums as 'aril Chamber of (ommiue.
Playschool In the Game Room, I I I Tens Club: Center:In the Game Room long as he Is totally disabled Ai Thc lI'IIt'r.o. ('ol Preston' fol. The \\)11'1'11'1'(
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18.30.11:30: a.m. Carolyn Vizcar- at 7:13: long as the veteran la loo* dll.I L limn. IOMher' ( with his reply to the Nassau Countv Civil Defense( Annual
rondo, Adult Leader ,I p m I ablest he may draw dividends on I I liambi'r. P. 0: Box IT2Fcrnimllna
Adult Ceramics In the Art Roomat SISD.October 4th. his waived\ Insurance r September' l"i, Halt: Beach Florida
3.30 p.m? Hank Sides, Instructor I Iiton) suggests that Jon discuss Cil. \V, J. PiiHlun, 23 Sc ptc'mix'r Hi' 4 PuntPassKickContest
I Lutheran Church Service in the this with your veteran calmly service Director Mr Reed LI'III'III'n. Pusidenl
Five Points Baptist Church Sup.. I Conference Room at 11.00 a.mMONDtl. officer or write to him at P Civil Defense Feininrima Reach Chnmbir of

per In the Auditorium at 7:00: p.m. 1 : '. October, Sth 0, Box 1437, St Petersburg. Ha I / Nassau Cmintvlernmulina CommerceP
Bridal Shower In the Conference Bench, Hi rid'I O. Box 472
Room al 7:30: p.m.Seoutmaslers 1 Ceramics Roundtablo In the at 3:30: p.m? Hank Sides, Inst. Tl'ESDOclober 61 h. On bchiilf ol the hrrnnndlnn I Dear Mr, 1.1''l'Ih'l1 I :
Game Room at 7:30: p.m. Adult and Teen Ceramics In the 111'111'1'hllmbt'r of Yammered. 1 On behalf of the many fine CM
Game Room, 8. 13 Years
I I Art Room at 715: p.m., Hank Plavschool. In the would like to express our vote ol Defense volimiu. I ucccpt with Boys
FRIDAY October 2nd 19:30: 11:30: am, Carolyn Mu Sides lustIsland thinks and) appreelilhn for the treat pride your very romplinipntaiy
Adult Leader. (,M/CAKKONDO,
I Sub.Tccn Club In the GameRoom I I Squares Club In the Auditorium splendid jib perfirmid by the Nas Utter if 13 September IN4' \
I at 7:15: pm at 8.00 p m. I St. Michael Guild In the Audi sail County Civil \\)1'1"11'1' Unit dtir However' I accept personal ere Director
I I Buccaneer Coin Club In the Game torlum 7.00.11.00 pm Intf HIP llinriuini IJIII'II| crlies dlt as Iho Civil Defense nrginlia: '
SATIRDAY. October 3rd Room at 8.00 p.mI Piiintini: fir Leisure In the Arti II HIM .M'Ml. 11"/1.11'/ .n//nul.itunl//rbbi'Roll./ / I / We' believe hit( our entire com lion of Nassau, Calmly Is l'III1IPIIiC I Oil KhC.ISTKATIONAM ; ;
Room at 7:13: p.m. "lid liar, I'crouch,1.tnsina/ / ,,.".??, ".."ri..1/ r.//.."t) ( I hr munilv Join UK In our thank for Individuals who ih'ulp (heir linn :' ) ICTHER
-- -- -- --- -.- Flotlda Credit Union League t ,1,1.,1.l I,, If/.>.11.I.,.,.M"."Ml.' ",Iranlnaeof I a pal l bells lIti / .>lore the leclltiK eif confidence (generated! and .efforts on a voluntary biHU IMOKMVTION: STOP

::1 Minting\ In the Club Rotm ut 7 M liiirm nrr.i in "' ,"m.C..I".r fmrl n( Iliitr """,lams1'a'. big MI-IIII mir .i.r.Mn.f Hi, f tuniniiiiniili inJ'IIIIUIIBIIIII hv viur uiiil al thin timo We tin training to utter serve tho rim I IN:' TOIAAT
p.m, ,, timely foil that an mil.standing munlty In time of med,
11I,1// <>/ llnmi/iiiit/ trinnrphanurnirnI( i fill'.
INSURANCE ADJUSTMENT Birbcrshoppcrs In the Conference hl'n'I'e; wan rendered by yam We see happy! l> Ihtl11'\ rould Ixf Lasserre Motor
Rout at (8:00 I: pm kioup: and) up IIIP very proud this? service and an iiueiilv grateful
This movie rim he seen nt (the IIin Theatre Suniliv and Nassau Couiitv opera this service that our niinl disaster wan\ not
lI WF.IJ'I.ESIJ.Ol'lober:' 7th, Monday, (October 4 and 5. Afiiln' our thanks loou ColPicstin more di'vast,ulna.
I :::: : : CompanyCONGRATULATIONS
-- --, for nil expel'I \pcilormanic Since're'Iv.
BEEN SETTLEDFrom Cc'I'Jinks ((1214)) In flit Art I
durink a lime of need Walter J. 1'ic'si on, Jr
Roem at 3.30 Hank Sides,
Insulator pm High School Echoes. I Very ilnccicly Dint'tor

Ceramics, Adult In the Art I.
1'XIII1! at 7:13:I; .m Hank Sides, BY I
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I : HURRICANE DORA ? Instructor \ LVrilKOP MIKE R\'UST :
TIIIHSDU. October Mil
I The I list I ousting of the Trl.111. from inn' if the Key t'luhhern I .
ly.school) In tin G,line' llmiin, Y was' held in Tnmdiv Ann Bibb / Lust we'k'a uirni akinsl I', Hdiki .
:', See Us Today 9 JO 11:30: a,m", Caiolyu was elected tll'II'lIrl'r' and ShlclaBeUMict \ \' war a Ihrillir rum Mnt lollnlxli
carrondo Adult Liadirlluini \'IZ.1 I wan chosen secretary Bolli teams played. IU'I'lIt!
Demonstration Muting In Pam 1JlIIl1hl"'ly111I IH un honorary I fix ll> ill( und 'the result wits II haul

For Repair Needs tin tunlireiiic HiKim at lO.OO( ) a.m? I niemlni. The clubs first pro.Jett fought hl( llo. llu lllu Wave to
Your Mrs. llai'risen. County Agent! I was the Iniliiillon of Us new drew I list bhiiid when Tun II.in"
members rich. one being given sin scored In the first iiiniur IIn
Adult Ceramics In the Art Room 1, as a Illtli sister to the standIng a two yard plun t. t:nly In tin
SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS at 3JO: p.m Hank Sides, lost.
1 Citizens" Club Coveied Dish I members Teased hair, crazy second quarter, the Pirates tame CAPT. GENE LEWISOF
Senior makeup. London< Bridge and long buck when\ Pee Wee Nobles llniw
ARMSTRONG FLOOR COVERING Supper in the Auditorium at 6,JO skirts made the day an exciting a touch down pass to Mike I'ikula

I lone for the new member who will Once the Pirate
pmSenior: Citizens Club In tin Con. again defensewas
remember It for a long time to "bon crushlni" as Joe Stuns, THE SHRIMP TRAWLER
fucnio Kram at 7:30: p.m.
,
I come Benny Alvarez and Burry lice
II The Key Club and Trl.HI.Y are collected 10 tackles apiece. ller>'l
and I
Porter
.f Lovequist Y I planning the annual Sweetheart Rice and Richard Schomus were\
I RENTED
IT + Dance\hll-h Is to be held on October a terrific one-two punch In our "TRADE WINDS"for
THROUGH THE 10 Key Club Sweetheart and offensive backfield. Together they
Trl.HI-Y Drcamboiit will be annonneed gained 135 yards
Color YYANT
Center ADS
at that time For the second stralJ.hll1'l'k.: .
f' rwaciI The Freshman Class held theirelection FBHSs star tackle, Jury Delia
Five Points Phone 261-3068 his fine catch of
'lor class officers! last was out with an Injinul) kiue
week Those elected are as follows I Many of tho Pirates hut olfcn.
... ... ... ...
It ---- -- -- : Preside, Robert Johnson live drixes were hailed by Illlien
-- Vice.President, Marilyn Miller: i I yard pcniltles, '
I Secretary. Janis Pal'kl'end: I On the other sidi of the lulurllunsin \ ROYAL RED SHRIMP
I Treasurer, Karen BipucrIho played a tiin 'inliin ,

FINAL Sinlcr Chins Is busy with game, both ollinslulv and lie- a
finvtvely, ( Blue Wave of P,
plane lUll tho Homecoming Dance furllhe,
end various other activities. The K. Vunge, from the deep off-shore waters of f Florida
Sumrlalivps\hll'h were elected Next week out mlkhlv: 1111,Icftale'd .
1964 CLEARANCEs Tuesday will appear In next weiki Pirates will joinnev lo ,
I column. Green Cove to fait the Blue Div
Subscriptions for the 1965 year. Us of Cluy !high School, If you
s book, "The Pirate", are now be. can possibly make It, suppirl the ft ie & -Ato &
ese cars usf ing taken by all annual staff Pirates by being at Green Cove
members for the kick.off this rrlday I
Last Friday was the first club I See you next work!

day of this year with the majority We Are Proud To Have Been Outfitters For The
of clubs orRnnl/ing, The dramatic

club, "The Thespians", NE1IERYIhINERE gDRIVE "Trade Winds" and Hope That Captain lewis" Catch
y loch Is sponsored by Mr. GiorUTV !:' .
sin and Miss Bclsy Gouriv, .. ''dm '' I
Arouse'-The-Inferest'of Other Boat .Irt :This
Owners
have elected Ihilr new offleirs Will ; .. _
They are: President, Mike Fl'ilaVlic :
.President, Tommy Cluik; Lucrative Venture.STANDARD.
Secretary, Jean Rumph: and Trca.
surer Gail McKendrie The Tlies. i

I plans are planning!! a play for the WITHCARE1 ....

NEED THE SPACE TO MAKE near Injure I '
ROOM FOR The Future Homemakers of HARDWARE B O.
America Inducted new members :
on Tuesday evening Its current

THE ALL NEW olfiurs turxes; are Vice: President.President,Marmnet Uuky MARINE EQUIPMENT & INDUSTRIAL SUPlt.IES

i Taylor AI'M"'I'' : and Treasurer, Sandra 1.--- .
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Anll'r.I I' -_
The Future Teachers of
Ira. spinsored by Mr. Curl VMiilc.
7965 CHEVROLET have the following slate of illn"
irs lir the year: President. I 1.ln. I
da Scott, VIce.President Ruby
Taylor: Secretary Mary Reynolds; _
and Treasurer, Judy Feaglc, I I GAS SERVICE ANYWHERE
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The Key Club will 1 hold a ear
waih and wax on October 3. The
prices are fl I for wash, and $4 for ,
i PRICES SLASHEDRED a1\ax. Tickets may be purchased

TAG SPECIALS -. -- DON'T WAIT FOR WINTER !



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Fair Selection of All Models. Your Used Car Will '
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YOV ay'I I I/I : 1964



/ l / I LINE SEE OUR OF MODERN COMPLETE


NQ A REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED I :'IJ} 1 HEATERS.AUTOMATIC GAS



ATWoodward FREE GAS HEAT SURVEY TELLS YOU THE HEATER SIZE AND

THE COST OF GAS HEAT BEFORE YOU BUY. h?

Dim your headlights when you
approach from behind a car
Motor Co.South
ahead of you. High beam lights PHONE. WRITE OR STOP IN

can blind the driver In front TODAY FOR COMPLETE DETAILS SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS SERVICE
of you as it can the driver of
8th Street Phone 261-3636 an oncoming vehicle.
31::5 7 South 7th St. Phone 2613661r



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j pis flEE I EEii' seen fi !!!! ,t mew I n iii,?.?t II t!!!!nll1f QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ,
With U. S. Army nr! ( !ill'r'r! !, ;, .; !!' : : !L!!tfflnii'!: !! ,! j;JfI{ ''ilf'iI"0 PRICES GOOD THRU
At Fort Jackson IK .If ; i; SAS '!;, ;,;!!!, ,41, ,!,Ili, !'!"! t, OCTOBER 3RDcoptRiuHt
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'+! wINN rlNnsto ''NCo
1 iif!!:! !i"jliR ..
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:fili; + lI! !i Fj!! ; REGULARS: !* TOKCLY !SLICED: YELLOW CLING

Peaches 4 $1.


s !if'I'I' !iI'!' REGULAR 33* STOKELY HALVES YELLOW CLINGPeaches
fjli! !! !i1; N41/s Si
!! I 1.
4
i!iG 4ii, Cans +;

lii!, + !! Stokely REGULAR :7* OKCLY FRUITCocktail

?? f(, ;!!! VAN tAMt1 'e I 41.;

!!!!! PANTRY SHOWER
il!'::''' ,:::'., a GREE REGULAR 33* STOKELY CUT' A. a -
!: !! "E...... 'w S !i {,! STAMP8 SALE
:.uiai3it!!+ ., !!!!! !:: 4300$1REGUL
!:!!!;i crwa'! : ,;, ! !! Asparagus .
I i'i!!iiii')! 'R1!'! !! ':,,'!;.iiiF3rif:, !!i ',!i'!','il i''!!!!!'l''!'!'i'{I'iliiI! !..1''!r.I!i !I Gi!! fiiijh'!!|i!'!
Uii mi jiluiiiji i:m m iiiiiiiimiii Uiiliiliiliiiiiiuu BiEE!:l:ill i III muniWD 2/29 STOKELY CUT
Iaf4 ht f1'! REG 3111\ STOKELY CUT GR. 303 $,a]

''!''! BRAND SIRLOIN Beans 4 No,4Y2 Cans $1. Beets e. 8 Cans I.


.James Wayne Tlner .Olt'of Steak98WD ; i i5; "f.3"3i} | : STOKELY TOMATO
IQcsTuBeans
Mr. sad Mrs. J. W. TUitr. Jr. at !!; Sauce ;

Amelia City left September: 21to't BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDStak ,, Reg. 254 S..I. Mod. n.V.H'V .,
Ft Jackson! 1 C.,' where h* REGULAR 234 POD
will iindtTgrt' recruit trailing with 5 Nca3n $1. 303 $*| -
'(he failed State Arnv 88' Peas 5
Wayne \If (he grandson of, Mrs.. -. Raq l. 3V STOKELY TOMATO Cons I .
J, ;W. riser St. at UU* 'city;; I Juice 4 *1e REGULAR 2/39 ? STOKELY GOLDEN CREAM
Cans

Conference .To W.D BRAND BONELESS ROUND Reg 2/29 Von Comp Pork & Corn 6 303 I 1
: No 300 $' Cans
88 i/ Beans 8 Cans la REGULAR 23* STOKELY 3sv ALASKA
Emphasize H.dtke R St Lb.
@ a' 1-; Rg 49< Von Camp. Corned 5 303 51

Fitness Education Beef : Cans 39' Peas . Cons .
>
100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *BELOW GROUIBeef STOKELY GOLDEN WHOLE KERNAL

Max D,, Wicker. au1)lW.nl! L b 95 REG. 21* < STOKELY 14-0%. $ 303
o(,, Oartsde Cnunlv schools ,and 5 $1 Catsup Soh. 1. Corn 6 Cam .
president of the Slate A ooilo. .
,ofSuwrtntendentrNsaid| srtinot of.flolnta Pk g'
were proud, of pant pro-
.
press but feel sound/ health prac.
tire and l'IIuratlnp"iAJ", Increasing r Land 0' Sunshine
greatly In Importance? DRESSED FISH

., ... To highlight the emphtilL! ..WftU
her aid the aupeEt* 1sala ban Butter59 Whiting..u.1S ,:
Invited major itatfflrldt" arjialm.tons .
coneernedloprwtlt.Is." NNYLAND
riot day health SUNNYLAND FRESH PORKSausage
one- Khpol program
,on.Oct. 8 ai part,of for -OTMal
County Superintendents'I; Ca.tarea eat LB. 39?:
the University,, of",0 Florida, laGalnesvllle. Smoked H arms
OSCAR MAYER (REG.' 690) .
Cooperating group wilt bp the I 'v
Slate Department of EdtraUoa' I Wieners. '. 65 ;:
",State Board of Healli Md .the o .
,, Florida Medical AMoclatltm
49 REULAR 69* COPELAND COUNTRY LINKSausage
known'
Among nationally speak.
era appearing on the program ate LB. I.
'. Dr Immediate, Edward past R Annli president of 0,MlaaU the \* PRODUCE ri' i U 59

: _"American Medical Arsoelatlolf'and *1 4 PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK BIG 10
FRESH RED JONATHAN .
,
DuiFq.-l: V. Heil"of CUca o, 4UirrtarM WHOLE OR EITHER HALF

the AMAi, prUoemt fhttolth 5 'td 49x BTAM 9 Biscuits 2 CANS 35 ?
: :gram will tducattoa be State Also Superintendent oa\ tilt hros Apples. ., .

r, of Public Iiitructl0n Tbotnai D LARGE FkESH CALIFORNIA. l I v tJ .j I REGULAR 29* ? DIXE DARLING( .
Bailey, Pr Euxew C.< "Pick-Jr, ", '
sic president of the Slate >Board d Lettuce. 2 39 Cake Mix 41.
Health I and Dr' Bonnie) M.'.Day, HEADS :::
: .
F F.oM. A president. W0k rald
f nearly 20 prominent Florida'.fby.ilclani u. S. NO. I GEORGIA RED SWEET REGULAR 23* DIXIE DARLING WHOLE WHEAT
and other health .u"*,<)rl.

ties gram.will participate on the,>.pro. Potatoes 4 -49: FROZEN FOOD Bread. '16-ez.LOAF 19,:

Invited to the school health session u.. S.NO. I, YELLOW REGULAR 49* LITTLE DEBBIE APPLE
wilt be from

county. and health dental representatWctt societies departments anti];:voluntary medical .. Onions. .'' 5 BAG 39: MORTON APPLE, CHERRY:,PEACH COCONUT .Delight PKG., 39?:

health agencies.'Accordtng to .....
: Walker,. the Oo//.I projra* ...Ia. Fruit Pies I. 41. r '
tended as a Rllmulirf flelsaN.eN
1 ale! and local school health actl.vltlet McKENZIE BLACKEYE ORGreen j 1 {..1..1 .:i' '
"Only through the cptnUned :::.... :.::p
,
: efforts of the various tonc'ened .0 '
official, profesilnnal and voluntary Ii d17' rn Peas 21.McKENZIE (:: .:; \' .:
\ 1.school health\ \ i
groups" can a 4 aqI I// b4Y !V..
A : program be establUhcd 'and,''main, A A $ MIXED VEGETABLES' OR i ,{
.
I tained It Is a.J Jub/1f! achOllllun.t ( Pkgs. $ .

: nut Bean do alone BuiikL'nUiJopN] ,"/hAold: as.roua" (41: I t '1' Cut Corn. 2. Pkgs: 1 ,

: ty*Sthiiol SUtMI'tnrebdent| piaM t. McKENZIE BABY LIMAS OR SPECKLED Astor
I. be In Gainesville on October a In
1 d order that he may ahead"this RED TOKAY Pkgs I
y I:: meeting. ... ,..r.:'. Butterbeans 1 k : $1 .

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GRMPESI
TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN PERCH 1.L8.
51;

'; 'a 4 Lbs, l Fillet? (RIll & >>.:t3 lli 'iJ
: t 1" ,. .i :f ; 't, \

rAr a tOPI S. 49 4d REGULAR 2/l. s TASTE 0. SEA ,4D K (1 I: X A I "i;:I'' t t'' i s., 'HI t(l R,fGUJLY i 77-)


? Dinners 2 R 8 ,/ f':( :Is. 'i Maxwell House

,. A entM' of Y..u, nofior DI|MtdlclM.. GREEN
.
: ORANGE
FRESH FROZEN CONCENTRATE .
ASTOR
I. rlJli"VMVli"1 I **"" aNS die 6TAMP8 t'
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!; ARE YOU OUT OF LUttt Juice 4 6-az. CANS .99x :
1.LB.
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Everyone u out of lint: to cAN 6- .g'LL<<
some clfne A uliglit. lack of
nurnml syninutry l. in the human body Is | wE9frR/% I EXT I EXTRA HOUSE
: d7I GREEN STAMPS alt( GREEN STAMPS. dtc GREEN STAMPS
Everyone U laid lo line lorry NlNlww.-n wowu NON lw puwwlNN.NNw N+n1.wwx.NNwao (REGULARLY '
hemihjpiriruphy .
t U lljpfruophj yNRLL IM01. TNeLIN ONI 1 L. OtTAStt SI.00 WORTH OP '"' .
enJ..rM"II1"1I1 or ovtrgrowih of 0' 'U COOKOUIKCUBISteak A
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an organ or part Items is tanin Fish Sticka 3/11 *1" Candy
/ iiumf>'iiiK ,Hit, half. Hence, T..u J S: OOOD THRU(irrtHMii GOOD THRU ...... .IID 0 ,a'' I
t 0000 hE1i AgROW HDetergent .J
nenuhtiertruph I t : 59 SLUE OR..WHITE < q"'
| is the' 6v r. wexN a//' 7'RA' MM REGULAR '. .|
;' growth of one lull. or on* side 'T ANY D.." _AT Un WIMM.M'lt .T..... NAM. II '. t
s of the body or of a part
,: The left side of the heal and IANT 48 .1 I
Ill face ':is normally l tliihtly kwicr EXTRA I IdXTRA ETRAdh I
I
; than the nub i tAe. Slight vsrV: d7! GREEN STAMPS GREEN STAMPS BOX. IF 1 1NNI
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t' 0} tionn are aUo im4 itt ptoo then NN ww, .NKN N rill=NKNN O r.N 1Nf vAq.W NAVNI. .
arms and l
' lrg and m latqrnaj FOUR tAN FROIIN tllTAKNOW [ FOUR No >'! CAN* REGULAR 354. .
I : organ nuppoud to be in symwetry. Tit[11 TOP Alert MAT BtUt BAY CHUNK '
I 1'.lch""aruwlh of OM ( Juice 4/89' Loaf *14* 3w1p Tuna /'l "
i .: part or one side is cuceeiliHgly :z.s GoOD THRU ('.TlM.." mo 0000 THRU aiprf M.H SKO a.. 1ho Ooeo THRU .IPTBHRUI. ana 24-o:.,, :
rareVhrn i
lolily variation 25REGULAR "
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,:eS Girls are more likely la .how EXTRA I I EXTRA. I "3\1. .
\ body varulum than boys. It 4s del GREEN,. .STAMPS, alt.(, GREEN STAMPS. dT!. GREEN STAMPS I
most often noticwble in the N Iw w wnNw N lx.trIW AN NROww .+ NN w Anw?
I. or arms legs THRU P.ot Iro1LN .ONe..... P... ONI a.L.. Bet 24-0z. 0
: WHIT/ FRfSH Oil 29'
ACRE W O BRAND
geilioni There an have to the been rau..t many such tvg- aj( Peas .. 3/1 Ground Beef Fit I I.T r1< Crisco 1 BOTTLE
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order in the endnrrinr. glands 'I '' '
some omhunuil: duturhaiKe. la .Y wINN Nrn AT AN'wlNlunn 'T ANT WINN. M;, nwnntmnnvtsK: !;! !Vtpq; ;:mla.
prior tu birth tier. been men. ie r Elaiiii! !
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fl-EXALUM CUSTOM MADE LP GAS MAN, must be experlenc PUBLIC NOTICE I FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK I son that they let you lay the hire

NT AD RATES Venetian ed In Installations, ser In '
blinds m..ured and system IN THF. rmrirr COURT or TH"i more SINIM; that link fromMnt
ward M RIstrlna. Inntalltd Wide rnnu of colors. vice work or delivery Salary r.n" "." ,|>lf''L rmci'ir' 0" and ymi wade lent time retrieving

.f Think Rea/1RI1SR/ PORTER LOVEQUIST Color and company benefits, including THE AND: STATE ION : NAKKAU or rumiiM COUNTY 11 IN ttlo-l/ YOUR AVCRAGE! It through water unlikely .to hold

ud Imllar Notice. l enteT. Phone 201-8088. tff Insurance, retirement paid vacation. 11...NI ,,..w. s..I> NO sasi weiGHT flh .

weed ---- Uniforms and laundry ELI/AUI.T I.UtMl OILEI, FioRiQ'A I However, "For such shoK+ can
'LII ...... riakUMf, 1 'IfWATERFOtl ,.
furnUhed. Must be over 21. Apply I lo be productive keep low to the
I 261.3886 or 28U887ptaet POUNt) e-
FOR RENTTWO 1I'LE. ,
7 So. dONNY LF.r.
at Suburban Propane water wade deep or lit 'In your
ad al ftffict 7th. St. Inc DI."nl.NOTI'J "
!: OF .UIT I boat advise Jason Lucas, Angling
611 hh Street 2 BEDROOM APTS. THE STATE' Ol" I LOKIOA' Editor of Sport Afield Maga-
--. TO: JOHNNY LEE 11ES: : DIVING PUCK ABUNDANT
garages. Apply 7ZS N. Fletcher FoundONE P O .It-Hi, A WHITE tile And you must sneak up OB

FOR SALE Year round rent. Phone 261. I North Charleston South Carolina IW WINTER AND $PKIN '
3218. tic You are m-ieuy nmiiwd nut a lUlt OCTOBER TO MIP'JONB throtich the water by scuffing your
__ hal been filed, us.unit, you In ire
SUNKEN BOAT, salvage In above entitled come and that you' I IN LAKES *NPTHBUOUT BAYS FEMALE: 4arwlr f shnm on the bnttnr or such. -

I FORD PICKUP Good con THREE ROOM FURNISHED apt Amelia River 25 ft. Anyone In. .are.,heri-bv Kith. the required<'lerk of in thin file Court v 'mr and are WHIT8 The best thing Is to try to I Imag-.
407 .
Call 22V5183. Gee Cedar St., Phone 261.5830. lerwted eentaat D. A. Cook, Fer.nandlna to nerve a copv thereof upon UwPlaintiff Ine that you're sneaking' Up on I

"" 022c Roach 26M2H2 OH or Plulntiifa Attorney: FLOR'IA'j rabbit. Everybody realize* that'' a
whoiie name and nddreii In,
AS AWNING :complete with FURNISHED' Alum C. Thompiun, Jr. rabbit has a sense nf .self-preserva

n. Approximately SO It.rt'ullnabll' t EFFICIENCY, apt SITUATION Attorney At LawP lion; but for mme strange reason,
Year round rental. Utilities\ 0, lion Ill -
See A.. Jl. WANTEDMIDDLE Fermmcllna Heaoh, Florida M many seem In think .. Ush has
furnished $57.50. 6)0 N. Fletcher.Ite.
well Dixieland phone 261 : nol later lion November "lh, 1164 r none, and hoi's( amnniftlie, very!
If full to do Decree Fro
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you eo
Ole Cent erm c'01' ,he eel...I .na'Ine' vnu Rixxl, reanons why some, people
ACE white lady wants for Uw relief demanded In the Com- catch so few ... \
TWO
CABIN CRUISER. Twin BEDROOM furnished apl.- domestic work or caring! forchildren. .....,.... angler oftettstatids
kitchen living room two screen.ed The nature of raid lull bent Ian The experienced
bead Ice 261-34J9. Oil
cs. ; box oink Tan I
divorceWHINES In his 'boat to coat la
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porches Year round
I trailer. New. cost over garage. -- --- my hand and the l.al cf I II ... ..
255 S. Fletcher Ave. Gee aid Court at eri.jndlna liearh I ,, \' IW1I, y spite. of the tcresmlng troth some
000. lacrlflct '
$900. 2665 Me CLASSIFIED Naaaau County Florida. thin Soth ,I' 1'' k, 'P71n)1 old maids or both sexes who know
gar: 281-392. Ole day i'f piemher, toM!
ITPER DECK APTS. aothlng about bond
/.' D O OXLEYI'
IMPALA ; ; TWO PRIVATE ROOMS private DISPLAYONLY II O?.v. rmrk, of the' Circuit, Standing, you must 1 make con.aldarably .
Good condition.
Court In and for N.IIIUU County,
entrance and bath.: Two apart longer.: casts to do well
,
engine with stkk. $800. See fiuiiuj Fourth Juduljl Clrtuitof
2111 Belvedere Ave. ment with TV and utilities fur. I nda, ycAVP Longer casts are especially needed
201-4770
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nlshed. Reasonable until May S Albin C Thoinpunn JrAuoimv MALE : when the'Mnrfac' *) Is IIlaRRYI' fish
far Hiuiniilf : ;;
OSp, --
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15. tic IM4Pontlael lull Aliinlif Avenue BLACK "HEAD, __ vucK can ice ''you from further away ..

CK SAI.E Fernuniiuu l.tuin, Florida' than when there Is a riffle.
2 BEDROOltuse I SLACK CHE5T '
BEACH APARTMENT 2 bedroom 41 lu 1, S, IS. IJ LENGTH :
with 2 car garage attach ..ndBul'kl dLug elL.. At50 kNoWN A4rLUE11lL" Really long rants are newer nee
furnished Clean livable lNCHE9 '
,
100 X 16J ft. u. Alvin upper : : I PUBLIC NOTICE 119 ;'r61AKNUD" rwsary and are usually undesir
Yearly rates 1031 So. Fletcher
r...
:rlckland Bailey Rd? 2G1-6M1. Ho Left NOTICE or INTENTION able 'I'pt.vhrn\ you're fishing

j I tic 1 TO MAKE APPLICATION FLORIDA GAME!' ANt FRESH WATER FlSrl COMMISSION from shofe and cant reach somoi
_
FOR FINAL UlSCHAHliKM.OBIUA
otherwise. If ynada get
UNFURNISHED: 4 ROOM garage: I Two Fair ITATtTk toot spot'
|REE BEDROOM, bath, burnt, Apartment. Can partly furnish I One Excellent Of COURT Of THE COUNTY ...... a r y ....r..rw I stf Ikn 'ort'lhat" long cdst; you'repretty

haded, lot Second mortgage 4UDIIK, NASSAU COUNTY, STAIR: likely to Miss It. And If you
Adult. $35 'mllntlll). 1627 Atlantic Mill Car OJ' rLOIHUA IN fROUATb, mid hopeR thny dim't prttlcv that
Ian be arranged for part cequity. do .tine. 'tltt .I1.h.l ytiu'll'pYonubly
Ave 201-3862. tic In re the Solute of AfieldBY he's catching few or Cixh.
no
Present monthly pay A* Law A* HARRIETT I,. WOOD, D........ Sports I &lone him on Ihe way In.
onto 15942, 261-5508. T. AU Mkom. It May Coneerui I So what length tints sir test. .
tic FOR RENT I rooms; private bath, .
$H5 Notice la hereby fives' that Harry for bans and Cur mod oilier porlriT .
Apply 111 So. 5th St. ire V lleuinet filed hi. final report ai TED RESTINGYou Tile /first Iron press lobe Introduced
*RQE THREE BEDROOM, =; Pontiac Buick Executor of the elide of Hanttl U
I Harper Wood deceased, thai he filed Ml war the Stanhope press
I bath Norwegian Brick home, VacallM A4a. Phone tei-4147 petition fur tln.il' I discharge,abrdltht can generally tell a comparative to have everybody around KT what I Generally iiirprinlnnly short which was built under the'1lrectlon
| Clinch Drive. 2014362. 824, Ol, ST i OCEANFRONT APTS.. he will. apply I lo the II because
Completely al fishing
wealhvriurti., Cuui.y Judge of Han beginner wonderfully lung coats heron make casts do best, for' the slniplc' \ rca. of the .Earl of Stanhope tn-lMi..
:
.turaUbed, Day week; or month lau County I I'lurido. on tne 3rd day, of his long cast Usually he' net .,. t

1 PLANTS YARD PLANTS 584 I S. .Fletcher Ave. Phone 181. .. I I I" 0 0 ti, i i i I' 0 M feowmoer' UK. .*. for approval osame / showing off; It'* just that he likes
bulb for lale. Mrs J. c. Mo and fur final dlxhargu al Fan
171.. tic to milk them and hain't yet com l .11
1 Juokln 1C27 Painting tutor of the eilate of Harriet II
Atlantic
Ave Plum
e Wood deceased, on the lit day ol to realize that long casts usually

2tt-3 62. Ole 2 .BED OOM UNFURNISHED Free Estimate October, liM I get him quite a lot fewer fl.h than
Harry V IteutnetExecutor
.. home with central beat and gar Call of the estate of hurt once
GAS RANGE 2500. Call 201SMO. .. ...... I Need A Good Salesman
age 403 $o. Fletcher: Day call 1.5in Haunt li. lear, .u. Of course there's the compnrs-! ?
,
tfii ,e' Thoi J. tuave, Jr Ally
361.46001 night call toi-tm S born showoff who want
'. Joe BarnardCHARLES 4t 10-1, I.: II. tt, lively rare
NOME;i AND INCOME PROPERTY 3t 824. 01, Ie. -

Close to super stores, double" lot., NICELY: FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS .o.eaooaerreo. -I--.. ---0 ; '- )'9.aoete I-I-c PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I i P ILlCTICE "' ,I .. I'"

111 So. 5th St. tfe 011111111 Of 01 00 U I OF HKARINfl0V I
H' III Notlre la hereby flven Ihnt the llonrdnf
apartment Desirable bUIIIOL: MUUl.BTA '
puhllo hearin Kill be held ky Cnmmleelonera of the Amelia If Good salesmen are so hard to come by that many a-.
11980 FALCON $495,'.or trade. Prj location,d Garage, 261-4227. lie M. the board of fuullc Instruction of. land Moaqullo Control. Dlnlrtii nf Naaau ,

M1.U7B. tic. ONE : 2BEDROOMPARTIALLY, ) COOPER MOTORSSales N.IUUU, ternandln.1 i ounty, Florida.beech In Florida It.. Courthouse en. Dlelrlct'i. County Office Florida at .T ihall North meet 4th Street at 1o0b the retailer has wished that tie: had .I4 ,Aleddirf. I : lamp:' to

furnished house, Five Point. Vieuneidjy, October M, IIKM, at 10:00am Fernandlna Bejch, I lorlda' at ; I'' : ?
[210 ATLANTIC AVENUE Lot nix e ., for the puipoae of dlituutng A M., O'Clock, Monday October 5, '
.JvaOakla. Cot, 1. On. furnished For Kiln" tne cltin.ru roneseu nuugm' ISM, to hear enminenta and complaUitirefardlr rub when he needed more help to .sell. iwchaiid.ee.It .
37tt x 100. Liberal! terms. Public ; '" "" ,
"
In the
befch,:'apartment for single or or the Hoard of Instruction, of in lnrrf >
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS six reel Nanau County for the year beglunmg Total amount of Budget fro.at TI
couple.: \ ;M1-4M4. lie ValiantBarracuda Source of
IHM funds ore:
July I.
:
dential lots each lot 134 :ft't.\
x |
,
.
6,010.72'Mulchlnf
,Ik.fcTAJlVE: HUDI.ET; Taxei I an mini

Some term a. IIEQRopM ,UNFURNISHEDdownstairi. ItI.CI1IP'I'S: : : ; I at :186%.. fund"f( IMOIII72 from Sl.ilB' 10 (HIT N would also h nko jf the :Jatnp-produced ,a salesman
fay 200 Law Ex tvo.rul buuitei $ 0-
owner. Mlzell. .. apartment ,New.lypainted tale Source ti7uOII Slat No. I fumli tiOMvtlCitlmuted '
I change 'Bldg, : with tile. floors. 21153S9J Plymouth Local Curves. Hi.73d I Carrvaver I I.#,*> M who worked almost 24 hour o cloy who could make
AMP! IA ml AND MOHqUIIX)
Jacksonville Cum Bjluniee MUM
Fla, Telephone !" Ole
Chrysler I CONTItOI, lllSTHtrr i I NASSAU I
I" 'Ht-ite Cupiltfl Oullnv Balnmel 117 IJiInvtilmeiili
I 235-2623. tee ->- I. IS U E./ :I07B4T'ltul COUNTY I.OI1IDA I '
.'.' M'McCraauVs. Apt.1 v 5 Year or 60,000 'I >' Q. Hulph' Wolif Llialrniuni all the calls necessary, who could see every.,, customer,. ;

! NICE, LARGE'' LOTS for, aal.: ..:3 BOOM FURNISHED down. Mile Warranty Receipt* .1.mi.0011tXfENDITUHES '. It.- _____ I.!:.! ..
:
Good teiou. One quarter mile< ',sthn.epartment. Utilities,, hot Nun.program counei 0- NOTICE every day. ,I,, ,,
BEECH ft 14th ST. PUBLIC
South of Five Polnta on Antlliltd. watef: AlSO cheap winter beach i.eneral Control 47,DM I I
Phone 261-3003 Inilruellonal. IJiUIVUOperation : Notice la hereby given that punujntla
Can 01-6421: tie rentals..'. for Information call W. of Plant UuDoOMvlntenaix. ; '' l-lorlria Blutulvi' IM03. the Uuiirdof "1

I. McCranle J6M043.' ,Uc I Will Trade Boats, .* of Plant It,soft Comm belnnert' of the Moiqullo find who didn't',
BEE THE NEW .SANDY KOUFA Auxiliary Servlcea II70UO Control UiHtrlit of Amelia blond, I It would take a magic lamp to a man
Trailers or For Almost 1 Pled Charges. :u:800L.ipltul Naaiau County, Florida will hold IRPE. '.
e. no prop, no gears, pure thrust. UNFURNISHED NEWLY DECOR. .' A M ,
Ouuay tUitVT IAL Ml-.rTINU lit 10 1X1
velocity Jot outboard engine ATED 'apartments for rent Call Anything. That Doesn't U''I S.rvive 4077M.OIIC. Cluck, Momhiv I Oi-tolirr 8, IHH. YI I make mistakes, who always told the correct sales story,
'l tannin' In Inl..1 ASlnklnp the Oulrlrta (Kllie ul 7 North Fourth
Buns In 2 Inches fit water, 6 hours ,261-3377, 'Ue Eat. ,
ulld t'lrcel, Fern mdma I Ilenrh Horjdj to
per gallon Only 11995. Dealer hear coninienla: and: riimplulnla reKjrdln I who found interested customers on hortnotice" and
Inquiries Invited. Phone'' 201-886; ,Garage Apartment to 0 II 00010 00 0 011 0 00 100co.PUBLIC () | Total t'dllu..a: II i 873i2: l an In'.r...0 In Ihe nulluio for laidDliitrlrt ,

or Write Box 2SO I. FernandiniBeach. Furnbed| or unrulhedTwo NOTICE HEfoundation. : t',t C, O and D. 8. (110',1,1 more of no than more Ihe than ratio ten of percent,thea: f sold merchandise. II"

Flat t\ t '1 TVtr sir Fund 85.1'11I I tl of the aHcesxed valujtlon, In the :I <
.room apartment furnI.hed. NONCE UNDR* FICTITIOl*. Heo.rvea, for Canlln..n.I. 01.R. current yew to the Intel of uoueaedalu.bon
WANTED NAMB LAW .."," sue 8. B. E3.401: of the prel'.dOM year, to
= A .VETERAN TO ,"fr *' ifrH. Notice )I. hereby given that the un.J apply to Diitritt, No I ad'Ilulrkt'
BUY 4 bedroom home for $7. .' F. Saalmai ..l nod, punuunt to the "riollllouiami I Tnt.III) _. II fI:784: No i. of NJ.H.IU, County. Florida/ Mil If ,the merchant rubbed hard he might find na salesman *
t ChipUr No' t09&3,, Tidal Approprlotrne' Tranr.frlN A lai* not In t-Kieeri I 111II mlllaO .
800 with law dawa' .paYPJIII ; '_ I .; (tyuyr" ) ,., UI
.. .. ( '" IMa4a'uap a! (;'S1'iita 'a.. _i'J*,.. ''ri '" )( who into the home i info the liv;
oOrhFPtely -- m ID5I. belnf Sri'tl.m ; 885'I I/IifJ/ u1'' !-, "R I CESR'9ndyral: .!..r.prpHecerp0 :. 1111,1 '. C/f5NTY,' tl\STR4f17MtIJ Uj could go, right t right ,(1I

fr Stutulei, will ri-sliler' with the Clerkof and trjnsferi In Huiph Wollf.; Chalrinii I

MODERN Five Points, SPLIT:' Three LEVEL bedrooms!: pear a i MISCELLANEOUSNESTLE esa the County Circuit Florida Court, In and receipt fur Nd altrecf I Caih U.. .It..-- 10,1 I Ing room and talk to the-housewife, and tell the story ,of. .:
l"'n'h
at Total 19S.770
publication notice | NOTICE r
baths, den. $14000 with FHA the Iktltloua' name. to-wlt: Expenditures I IS,TO* his merchandise. ;
terms COLOR 'N TONE 6 ('karlea M. Cooper Motor Caih Reserve M.OMTotal IiClt'IC8 I r

week' Hair Color Rinse con. under which I we are 4Ih.nl sill :In ; i ': Notice ll hereby given' that Th.Roerd .
-ft hualneia at 3HI I South In 10770 Instruutlnn of NU..u''
$200.00 down $57 month buys ma. d dltioa* u It colon A beauty the city of Fernandlna Reach. Florida .I ounty Mlllate for the support of County,of lorlda Public I punuant lo Chapter

canary, three bedroom home. bargain at THE VANITY SHOP. i.ld. Th.t builneai the enlerprlat partlee Inwrnted art aa folChirtoi In- the County County Schoola -will be: 4 IIDI.trlel IM. U, Laws of Florida Nniiau. will, meet Court al And that salesman would work at a low wage. That
Phone M1-4M6. 022c Ita office in the County

John T. Ftrrtlra. ft aVBroker WILL KEEP -CHILDREN by day urine Cooper M. Cooper Ma wife or. Bole Luella Ovtrreriaa .Knlh I Levy DlKtntl, Intereit and Blnklni Fund October al 1000 14 oilmM'I'XM. AM for the oif Wednesday purpose of seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would

by the enilrellei OlHlrlrt No I IIUlslrkt
.n estate -
or week Experienced Large Increase In mlllage nf
conaiderini an
IDS Atlantic At*. n- 111-1171 fenced yard with play gym Ph. i 4t 824, 101. .. 19 I Uiitrlcl N.No.. *2 -0/1.0Untrlct no the more ratio than ol the nl.r.r tent of assessed more than valujlfcm I i I never get sick, never lay off, inever take a vacation, always *

- 281.1989. tic No. 4 00. In the current year to the total,
UBLIC NOTICE _
TWO BEDROOM house on Bay Diitrlrt Na' .0. of assessed vjlutmn' In She preceding just what his employer: wonted him to fay. "
Dean B Blarrknishlp say
NOTICE or INTENTION year, at J to hear commenta and
Mi ltd. large lot. Term arrang NOTICE, o WASHING MACHINE TO MAKK APPLICATION Rupermtendent and itetrelarv, to comnlalnl regarding, the ,proposed Infr ..
ed. Ph 261.5421. -tfcEgans and refrigerator repairs. Call tOrl FINAL nifttHMK.ICrUtKIDA I I The Board of public InstructionItofNasaau .as.. Toe rson for surh proposed.
- .--- STATITT.M' County, FI'irKlu Increase In mil),me Is for payment of n
226B2M
after 7:30 to 7:30: am. -
pm IN COUHT: (IP THE!: <'(>l'NTYIVOIlK a KIM In "irjunvrs eulnrieoM i is Even Aladdin's couldn't produce.
Meadows Call: during des'at HllUard NASHAtr COUNTY STAIh PUBLIC NOTICEIN / / III-AN .I MLANKPNSHIP I Int Impossible .genie
.
..1.1
tWO 3 BEDROOM HOMES MS 5659' Uc Or PboslIMIN rHOBATB.to .
Nurse ., THB CIRCUIT rot (IT. rin'HTM of Public nilructlnn ofIt '
re
kind of salesman-
$100.00 down, $95 mushily Includes Meat WNUant liars.., Dereair. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ol f'I.OIIIPA. **'""""' Lu",".;. **"".".. that sort of a merchant's dream. That
taxes and Insurance. ,LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS T. All| Mnwm. II May CeiMrrn: IN' AND FUll NASSAU (IIUNTY.IN 1I I "
CHANCBftV" CASK NO. IUI .... .. _.. :
.resole -
Notices hereby liven that -
Xr: shady Iwo help with your drinkIng Barnea rink filed her final report aaA'tminlpilr'trH I JUDY' FAY WILHANKS, comet only in air castles and newspapers.
FOUR.:LARGE at Five problem. Write Box 330 nf the elate nl 0....rWlllltm PUlatlff. PUBLIC NOTICE I ..
.. ..
Pol ala. Jf you dealt. we will City or Phone Jax. El 6-7700. Bjrnn. rieceaMd.i that ell* I.ENB NOTICE FOB
j BAY WILRANKI
tiled her petition for final discharge, I'r.'ml"I..1 I
The of
Board

build for*you 'LOO 4ANMNO .n.. rtflnlsb.Ing. awl sisal. I. "ill.E. .III W..lh..lont apply to ,the County H..n.or.bIe THE STATE NOTICE or or 111'DrfrniaM.rr era vile of coaled.Naisiu. hidi bnintv.for Hie construction Form, Ir. Read. Jback. There Is nothing there that newspaperadvertising ,,

floor tile ftu! E. 'Hanaon.Phone Judge nf N..u County. Florida' on FLORIDATO of Walla and four Wing
two Head
M4 Mauley Drive : IIFNE RAY WILI'.ANKS,
,
the 2rfJ day ol November liMIt for
MMtM. tie e'. Mra ,III. Wllbanki. Walls at the end of drain pipe on can't do for retail eto It it the :
$500 far 1 1JOO equity. Take up Pay I :1.:01.:: ef Adnilntotralrui lame and for of final the die-*0' 141150 Proctor HI Li Heul", C."' County Road known as the O'anreBluff a ,.. super:

muBU 1 .bedroom S baths law of Oie-ir Willltim llarnei. d.. Yell' are hereby notified th.it a mil Road at underpunt.old where Plfeon\
:
HELP WANTED above entitled that iiu and apeolflpalkinim ,
Fly ,. noel, cause and youare "r.'hrl:
,;, .
1117 NO. A** til Beirle Barne* Fink hereby inquiredo file your answer by eontiiuUng O DOH
furnished I Hamea InkAdmrnrlr.trn with the Clerk DIh... Court ley. Clerk to Board County Com1inhMiiner I JUm work it calla
$8,50000. Completely BOOKKIEWER: : MUST BE OVER Bn te of the eit.t* and lo serve a copy: thereof upon the *. .H'. ..n HI' Cnuniv Courthouse ., ,All that is needed to put to representative .4
nf CKciir William llarnea.tlbui I I'Ulnlirt/ or .. "InllII'. Attorney' Fernjndlna Heack, Florin1.
m S. 14*; it 15. wild experience I In double en. d.r.alOd. I wear. name and addreal i., Ward bar' ahnuld be submitted to of this at 2613886.
-
2 bedrooms 1 baths extra aloe! try boptrketptiig. Some acre.tarsal Atoms C for ThonMjaiin AdininlitratrtaM ., It. Thomas Attorney II al Hall Law 0 Hoard Onlev.County CirrI Commlsslonere Shan III. I.ettnly.Courthiius / D. newspaper

yard $12.SMOO work. Salary open. Inter. Atlantic Avemwrernindina II North tourth HreHfernamlliM *, rernandme Be ich Florida
views'by appointment only. Call ......,It. funIdaIt I OlachlnrldJ not Inter. than HI 00 O'clock A
Circllee Penstit : 221 I not later than I the 4th day of October M en Weilm-olav, Ortoher MUt., IIHMor .
101.5,15. Area
No. S nil Hill Mr*. Harper Ml-477. tie A D llrM and "II''''. I... ..-. .."" .... Covering The Fernandina Beach Trading
ftrtuti"' If you fall I'I do in. Decree ProConfesao HeTdrWjll* awl Wing Wall*." M ***
I MrfrMfni. "Ph! Hoii 'rmnm.
EXPERIKNCFDla w5rh bids will be ,
SERVICE MAN. will he entered alJiiist you tmx same opened 1N
fully land ClpN yard 1,3(10.10 If Gu Installation. Ago 25. 'or Ihe relied demanded In miplaini read. tuhuljtrd and ."" _red "
down assume payment $93(0 IS AMD I0tflTHROUI The nature of laid suit being for hid, Bond or Cashiers Check In ':
:35. Apply Good Housekeeping.. divorce amininl of If percent must accompany
per month. Gel Yulee Fla, October I. WITNESS my hand and the heal of eaih aid .every bid FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-tUKR
CONTACT PETE INGRAM THE the aald Court at Farnnndinj tWjrri, The Board r*ervrs Ihe right to
2 to 4 p.m. Itc Nas.au CO"y. FI'M-tda. Ui.. lilt relict any or all bid.
RalnouML.L. waves day nf September, told 11M..... this 4iih: day of September, w
SUBBS. ** MAN OVER 21 for full-time out. ISEALI) D 0 CXI.FYCLEIIK : A. U IMI4 ,1

.... Real Estate InkerTJ side work. Must bar chauffeur' 7IIGMM:.... FIALL OF C1RCUIIT OUBT Jan Board Thome Cninly.,, Chairman CummlsslnriefiNassau .PHONE 261 *5606 or 261 9ti6 Y

flora all TMM"We 251.1110 : lltfeBie. experience! necessary.Apply Attorney for Plaintiff County r'lorlda.TTE I
sadAlraap" Suburbia Propane, 7 So I II North fourth Street T:
555.10
illicit {Ustlag ea M Frrld.I 0. 0 Oxle. Cleik.It .
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Twelve A News-Leader, Fernnndina Teach, Florida Thursday, October 1, 10CI!) 11I ,,
_ 1 better than she did her brother',
-- so she poisoned him and look-up RUBBER

Container Corporation of America ;{ Season For Dove I II 1I I with Ing to Caesar marry without him I even don't bother.know I

I 'fit nNk who ran her out of Egypt but she I STAMPSAny

Acquires Delaware Barrel & Drum Co. I Hunting To Start ,l w4, n # lived where In with Rctnc Julius or Italy Caesar or some until Size

some of his buddies killed him,
Acquliillion of he business and fibre cans, equate paperboard Saturday At Noon t I The people In Rome didn't like Any Shape
prnpcrtlci of the Delaware Barrel mills and package fabric'uilus her t land 111 bet you It was I lie I Inquire At

*. Drum Co" Inc, WllmlnRton. plants throughout the country I lot'icln's clove hunters will II eke women who dldnt like her)
Delaware, was announced today These Include plants In Teitowa, and when she found U out NewsLeaderPhones
to the field at 12,00 noon '
by Container Corporation of America New Jersey, and Chicago. which day:, October 3, when the firstl;: Lr she managed to get back to Egypt

which operate a paixr. Kpcclall/e In plastic packaging, 'phase of the 1964 migratory dove 1L' somehow But she walla good
board mill and shipping container primarily for consumer products hunting season opens' In 63 counties locking the men. Just couldn't let' 216.3686 261-3687

plant In Frrnandlna. I 'Acquisition of Delaware ex. according to A. D Aldrich, i her alone and she knew It.
Each Delaware Barrel shareholder tends' Container Corporation's operations director Game and Fresh Water' Another fellow named Mark An. I
tony had had four wives beforehe
will receive one share of Into an Important Industrial |I Fish Commission
met Cleopatra and
I don'tknow
Container Corporation common I area. the manufacture of Hunting 11'11be' \ allowed everyday
whether of I
lock lor each S.58 shares of Del- any them were
from 12 00 until suna'lthrough
plastic drums tanks, carboys and : noon Hill living or not but when Cae. Register NowFor
common.
ware I November 8 In most
I
other shipping containers for Industrial sar got killed Mark Antony lookup .
Leo H Schocnhofcn presidentand counties. Counties In which first. I a
chief executive officer said products," Ciss said "It phase dove hunting will not be allowed with her just like Caesar hid Annual
I done They had three children, so I
also gives us the services of experts
Container Corporation plans to operate are Brevard, Fligler, Vol. have
who the state- they must spent some time
are advancing
Delaware ai an Independent and Johns that I
usla St. and port
together But Mark wanted. to be
of-lhc-art of
plastics packaging I
subsidiary under the direction of lion of Sumter County north of PuntPassKickContest
boss of everything and was always ''
The proven technological compel.once
the founders Jerome and Albert Sale Road 48; that portion of
and experience of Delaware starting wars with some
kinier, as president and exccurve Putnam County east of the. rJl II
Thomas F will' help broaden our familiarity St.1 body winning a few and losing a
vice-president.
River and
( Johns Alligator i
this time I
few. By think the Roman
of with the production of plisllc products
vice
Cats, executive president Franklin County.
," Cass said "And will be I'n Empire was getting I In pretty
chairman of FIRE PREVENTION WEEK PROCLAIM Governor Farris la signIng
CCA, will serve as Bryant seen -
In In Dove! hunters will be allowed a : bad shape and Mark Antonyhad PRIZES OFFERED
the new subsidiary which has the helpful expanding opening field new of avenues plastic dally bag limit of 12 with a total the proclamation which designates( Oct 4.10 an Tire Prevention Week in Florida, : made so many people mad

manufacturing facilities In Wllm. packaging, for consumer as well possession limit of 24. Hunters while State Treasurer and Fire Marshal J. Edwin Larson looks on. Bryant urgedall that they had decided to run him Boys 8. 13 YearsGIL
taKton and Chicago. as Industrial products must possess valid hunting licenses Floridians to join with fire prevention activities in an effort to reduce the State's away from home I don't t know'

CaRl said the acquisition will' I available from all county toll in lives and property lost through fire. Almost 11,500 Americans will die in fires where he had left Cleopatra but VIZCARRONDO,
help diversify the packaging operations Ii i I Jucliju Shotguns must be plugged in 1961, present statistics Indicate. she managed to get back to Egypt ,
of Container Corporation, From classified to display day to three-shell capacity, and rifles _____ __ ._ Director
-- -- with whole lot
a of ships I
which has historically specializedin In and day out newspapers arc are prohibited for taking migratory
the production of paperboard the finest advertising medium thereIs birds Duck stamps are not re. I doubt If she wanted. him around FOR REGISTRATION
packaging Container Corporation, according to Orville W, Jollier, quired for taking doves, but will' Southern Bell Suffers Over $4 Million i Junior's EssayAbout anymore but that was the only AND FURTHERINFORMATION

which manufacturers paperboard I president of Independent Grocers be required to take ducks and place he knew to go, and I Imag. STOP

cartons, shipping containers and Assn. I geese when the waterfowl season Damage From Hurricanes Cleo and Dora' Clropatra' I Ine he knew U was the end of the I IN TODAY AT

--- -- --- -- ---- I opens. .
------ a' line for him.NIbtJdy
A long time ago there was
Aldrich said "there will be strict Cleo and Dora, the two' hostile woman who thought she was a ) "lived happily ever af Lasserre Motor

patrolling on early dove and hurricanes that raked Fll>rlda'l lady, who lived In Egypt or some- terward" In those days Julius
marsh hen shooting by both slate. East Coast within a two week "Come To The Fair"Celebrated i, where Everybody called her Cleo. Caesar got stabbed to death be. I
I
and Federal law enforcement officers CompanyMECHANIC
period, left Southern Bell with By pnlra because that ass her cause he was ambitious; Mark
to see that all regulations approximately 42 million dollars I She was some kind of a Antony committed suicide and

WE. GROW to are abide enforced by all We hunting urge all regulationsand hunters worth cilities.of damage to telephone rat Cub Pack 352 I'she something was' ,pretty without Rood a kind,name'j I Cleopatra ::snake-blt .-I I lk lllll- --alllllallll-- -.

to hunt safely at all times Pack 352 celebrated their Come )I I don't know what had
J, W 'Esllt-k. local ,
Hunter should remember that manager to the Fair" nlKht Thursday, Sept the king unless she had killed
,
when they hunt on the lands of said that the final report on slate. 24, In the Recreation Center Auditorium '
him she killed everybody else
'
wide damage to telephone facilities ',
SPECIAL
another person, they are guests she didnt like. I'I'I
his just been completed. A I I
Respect the owners rights and
Before the ,
total of 'over 227.000 main tele ceremony began When Cleopatra was queening'
Good keep
prcperty. manners :I
exhibits shared and
were enjoyed
phones were temporarily put out In Egypt (she hadn't been out of '
down posters which keep out. I
you
by the !hays and parents. The exhibits
of service by the two hurricanes, Included a scrapbook of I high( school long, because she was' 58 CADILLACAIR
In addition over 2,000 long dls.
TOGETHERHandinHand affected while farm animals and products from only 17 years old) a fellow by the I
Peck "Wolves" lance circuits were '
affectedby Den 1 I. a Pet Show featuring name of Julius Caesar was fight.
local cable facilities were CONDITIONED ALL POWER
almost 2,300 trouble reports snukci a turtle an alligator, rabbits Ing wars with everybody he could
(Continued from Page 7)) cats (Including a mother cat find to Rght.Cleopatra ;
A total of 1,286 telephone poles
were either broken or blown down with 7 kittens), Frlskle Jack, a was supposed to be FIRST CASH
"The Toe"Johnson. I $34000
conversions by Jimmy and dinosaur Den 3 '
: as a result of the high hurricane parakeet a married to her brother who was
winds. displayed a "Peep Show", Indl- helping her to be the queen when
o The "Wolves" defense, not com. vicinal and Den games consisted I she met Caesar from Italy but
pletely settled, allowed the Lake In the Femandinn Beach area, of Bean Bag Toss from Den I, she liked Caesar's looks so much TAKES IT!
to rally touchdownand continued Esllck. our cost of dam. from Den 3
Butler boys one Shooting Gallery ring .
conversion. age was 1595292.) loss puddle jumpers, and an original I ,

During the second quarter the of In Cleo spite and of Dora the telephone dstructlve facilities fury. I Dart Game from Den 2 A ed with a Scouting Spirit closing, FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
"Wolves" defense became very display of Achievements and Elcc. I The next Pack 352 meeting wit'
be with a stubborn and did not allow met the challenge The tradition lives was also exhibited. be October In the Recreation AT. I F RHAHQ'NA' WACH
We want our Community to one any of and teamwork of ( L22 \ "?'., ,..lfi" i 'I
service ,
: secure future I nuivln, I fa, hill) tiMtcr' .1| Wbdle4, Ihjq .''the''bell 1''! ttwtih; 1'Cc1npab! !..' 'en,I ,, ,The enalllqf,, 1"'' WJUh' Jt1* lieu!\ I r4kr, AwlfWiOt'rabu7A4'pm"" ;, ) '' \l4l! I _
offensive unit was lull({ on the\ move Ind'of the parents the discussing ----
abled the swift restoration of tele
He want prosperity for our merchants! and The "Wolves" struck again when phone service, We were able to I I the themes for the months of October .
business end Charles White received a :25 I and November. Committees
call for the assistance of out cf
yard pass from quarterback Sam were chosen and a period of ciuci-
Vie want to help you, and are here to be qf Brown, to go all the wiy to score state Their personnel working efficiency was lions and answers was held Dur. SPECIAL I Neat 5 Rooms I
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financial assistance in every way' we can. The conversion was missed and unimpaired because the methods I' ing this time an informil Insptc-
at half time, Peck 207. held bv the District Com.
and hand,in score uniform lion was
We as the Community grow* > materials and techniques are
grow the half time the Peck missioner, Fred Townsend.
h.nIe' together During throughout the Bell System,
grow High; Marching Band entertained Necessary supplies and equip. The highlight of the evening was Beautiful Thermolaire

k the spectators with their precision, ment were Immediately sent to the Bobcat Induction of the following

,A' close order drills, and rhythmic Florida by the Western Electric I boys, David ClouKh, Ted

FLORIDA National Bank music Company manufacturing and sup Flcnnlken Tom Foster Carl KC-40 Gas HeaterWITH
To begin the third quarter the ply unit of the Bell System

... .. _.._ "Wolves," under the new' ccachlnp Cleo and Dora are gone but they Freeman, Buddy Gllllard Ray
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I atFernandlnadeach itaff. Henry Gllyard and Charles will be remembered by Floridians Gilllard. Mike Lee Wallace Lew.Is
: McCoy, again sent their units to for a long time as a terrible one. Jimmy Stlnson Bailey Struss Tom. V',9
aJ continue their unfinished jobs DurIng two punch against the Atlantic and Johnny Townsend. John Stouf.

_..... .._. __ .._, __ _.... this quarter the wolves com. Coast of Florida fer was awarded his Bear Rank,
pletely dominated the game both Mr. Townsend presented his In. "COOL TOUCH"
offensively and defensively Many Nassau County Farm spcctlon report and led the Pack
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----- linemen on the "Wolves" squad In a "yell"' The meeting was end.

their alertness Bureau Directors CABINET
displayed especially ; --
,rp, guard Othclla Turner.
Peck received the ball on the Officers ElectedThe -ICIi'o; ( I "' ..t- '.' 9t 9

kick off deep Into their own tcr.rltory annual meeting of the Nua. "'f-" :: L. i'' t INSTALLED
Aft
but with halfbacks WII. eau County Farm Bureau was I
V' (Ham Bull nose" George and held September 18, at the FairGrounds .y if' WITH GAS
t. THE BEST! Spencer "The whip" Clayton dls. at Callahan, having been

playing their abllllcs, moved the postponed a week because of hurt
ball down to the Lake Butler's rlcane Dora. JUST ,

live. This being Ladles' Night, the
...., I Alone half-back attempted the delicious meal of fried chicken u

D I end of Lake Butlers defense a and the "trimmings" was pre. $7500
eC O fumble occurred at which time pared and served by the men, I
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!K the alertness of guard Othella Tur. with the women bringing the des
I ncr covered the fumbled ball M tM "irr'
I which had scooted Into the end sert.Speaker of the ev..nlngl'a.. Mr. ; COMPLETE WITH( TAX

,4J : tone for a touch down. The con. Herman Jones of Jacksonville '
J I version by Jimmy Johnson was Vlce.Prcslclent of Oak Crest Hat. Phone 225.5146

missed. Store at the end of the chcrles, who stressed the present $295HARDEE
third quarter wan Peck 26-7. day need for people to think for

I The fourth quarter brought many themselves He also pointed out Good Housekeeping Gas Co.

QElectric thrilling\ sights on the field by the danger In so much government j BROS.

I both clubs The "Wolves" still control.' Yule. Florida L. P. Gas The Perfect Fuel
displayed the superiority of their The winner of the annual Farm ATLANTIC AVE .

? I offensive unit by scoring again Bureau Scholarship was Randy
when hl'lI.buckWilliam George Abn I der oentailed f .1f11l1..I. oho In now -- -- --- -- ----- -- ---- -------- -- -- -- -

I moved at will until he found pay at t Jacksonville i Univcrsily : I

dirt for his team, The conversion This scholarship Is awarded
I missed and the score at the end each year to an outstanding high
o of the mine Mood Peck 32-7. school graduate from a Form Bu. r, ,

1 Specliil mention for outstanding lean faintly I I
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& rn rn@ porlnrni'inie' timing .game: goes to An Interesting: ; feature of (the
Cornell Benjamin, Alexander Mo meeting( was the awarding of i

blev, itnruu ItnvHcir, Joseph Dc.I I number of valuable pilcsAt J
Kenneth this time the annual election
John Johnson,
hale,
Water Heating I Shepherd; : Puul, Aaron, Lester of directors and officers was held,
I' follows' Directors,
and :
Mason, and Paul JOIIU.I' are as
Otto Abshlcr. Fred Bray, DeWItt
The Wolves' should be at full I
I' Conner, L. F, Higglnbolham. B.
I No doubt about it ek'ilile. water strength next week to when tangle theyJourney with I C Lewis. T. J, Mclnlosh, 1>01'. SERVICE YOU YOU NAME IT,
to Hastings
heating ii best, by far. Choose a new elec the strung W, E. Harris High man Mucll, L. L Owens. John WE DO IT
W, Page and Stirs John W. Page, CAN COUNT ON .
tricater heater this \\eckeml and lie, School Women Chairman.

sure! of getting all the hot vutUr you aced ; Members of f the "Wolves" squad John W, Page was re-elected From filling 'er up to a DEPENDABLE Our expert}? experienced
who should be oil the disabled SAFE SURE! mechanics check your
Abshlcr
President and Otto was complete check and
when need it. car
you I list are: hulfbmk, Tommle Green, re-elected Secretary-Treasurer car thoroughly, make
No flue> no mess a new electric WHt. full-buck. riiailie Gilbert; end Thanks of the group were extended overhaul I, see us for When It comes to car I'sake, I let us repairs right, ut moderate .
"' Llnwood Jackson: End, Ronald | to the supper committee, service fast and right. servicing, it pays to wheels in cost.
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er heater fits in your Wherever you Baker and! tackle, Jessie Ander. I t
I ; composed of U F. HlKKlnbeithnm come to us. From minor perfect alignment
need it. Choose yours today at say local son I II i iSaturday Dorman MizeJI I, L. L. Owens, I' repairs to a complete I

electric appliance dealer or at the Florida\ Score: 32 Charles Llndscy, Benny Lewis, It Slop t here Reliable| Service I 1 Drive I I in
6 overhaul.
Peck i4g- -
Public Utilities Company I Lake Butler 7-0-0-0 7 and Guests Olin Mercer.Included Mr Walter with ease I All Work Guaranteed t. for fast
: We Do Th.ob Right
The "Woll'I's" next home game Wclkcncr, State Director of Farm uncl _
go ice!
sen
will he with I the Midtlleton High Biueau and Mrs Walter Welkcncr.Ludies' .
i "Tigers eif. resent City on October Chairman of District 3, Automatic Transmission Repairs :

I 10th, 7:30: p,m. City BallPark Florida Farm Bureau, alao Mr --. -

and Mrs Herman Jones, all of

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