Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00093
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century + Your Best Medium

Of Service 7P h euteleaforBlnct For Loco I News

ultrnanulUa eaC
In Nassau County ; \ And Advertising i

ISM Ab.orb 4 by PurebM*. Mtrftr w Succtiston, Tht Florid* Ntwi. Tbt E..t rlorldlin. Th Peninsula. The >trnuiam Courin, 'mr uund City, rinnnam* uttwrvtr, Terninrtlni Expmi: Th Ftrnindlni Ntwi. Tb florid Mirror, Th. N...... Couniv star' Ti'h1'h' r rn nam. Record.<
F.inandln* N.wi,R.cord. N.M.u Courtly U.dtr The Outlook, Tin KlorlcU,UeorgU' Newt, Tht rtrnmdtiu Ntw. Tht Bucc.n. r. 'D/J.

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/ull/fam ltn [ City Makes Speedy Repairs To Ruptured Sewer Line, Bid Invitations G&Out

it sllnI'ol'k' bv the Public Uoik
Iepailimit has relieved a lualllihazaid
el titans: Creek folUmlnu On Beach Revetment
I the rupture of I the sewer line I rom
the beach aim to the Ire'at me nlpi "

nut. Col Walter Preston, Jr. N HMIUCinnly woik al 'Mi Ih1't'( 10l'allmu111I be The news will welcomed here
The sewer line, \weakened h'n, Civil \)t'It'nseII'erlor\ and dune' Hinmlt,ineoiislvM bv property owners Ht the bench
Hurricane Dora caused a bul c :ijir rsiis: Mild tint the bid where peiutiding (ex can waves, pro.
authorized disaster '
and shirting d the pipes ruptured rt prchcnUtlveand ipcclllcalieiiH mil f fur n stone seawall pilled by strong northeast winds.
I noted with a great deal otlatisfactlon duiing the unusually high tides Mi>'or E, J, Johnson, Jr, with o I h'p ilevnlien ef 11 feet nm c lined aelde,'d damage in the
this week the minner that are still plagu:ng Amelia h were notlflrd\! teday bv !Major VanE abeive nein. low llelc'. The }reman past week, At high tide water hid
In hlch the city officials( met the
laud Estts, deputy Sj\annah Distrlct dim B,'neh \\ill II n) nn rllr nnoo bun reining scctlms of Fletcher
emergency! of a broken sewer line As the ten viler\ Infiltrated the engineer ot the U S, Corps feet, the Amu'Inn lie'neh wall for Avenue( hampering rcpalu by
at Egans Creek and the dispatch
with which Jim Beard and his lines the lilt hlallem at I"inn s of Fnginccrs tint bid Invitations 10)0) 11'1'1 I mid the tent Clinch wall state roid derailment crcwjM ,
Creek was flioded, seureh' dim went out yesterday li nlraclurs 70;;() feet ivnr John*on reedvid eerrrs
public works crews cflectcd temporary agiiitf,. the motors there, anil' a for the c t 101' il, tlu vv:ills \\11I\ ) be 3 penile-mi(' thin vveik from both ('ingiessmiin .
In the
repair repair .
would have resulted In a riillnte ba'kullla experienced throughout wnll at Uiach Femamlimi and (nil Bench"Clinch, Amorlcin fed::::: lib I'I"'HI 111t':1; ::: J"a:; ; : ; with' a I D, U, iDllv I !Mailhivssmi
health hazard from SPA age In the the! afcI'II'd l! men, lie nl |'e' i I I ialc!,> nelIn I rilw iid A. ViDirm, Majir rsles: mid thai the bldx lo I tin,' the Oflire
in bink hlipe The of (ur I merge'myriiniinii
health Iwmd letullul (funi
creek and the speedy work Is to I Tho .
be commended, The repairs are I the kakiiKe of! new 11,0 Into rgins! would br ipemd on Friday. Ottnlxr \1'111' will In. fu, |(1'1"1( ncnms the ,, residing: the be'/tie'htrcsiin
being completed today and II Is Creek tliroitkh the' rupliiieAl IH mil contracts awarded, lip with a i IIIM(' ef Jii del, (The ami other dun me sus
He said I hut the sucKsslul bidder AnnIm Mini. ) hilts aie rated al l/iined line during liurrliane
believed two tides will relieve the press time tediy an nuxlllir
would be required to begin work 67 "t'l't.) I I (Delia,
crctk of any contamination, repair line hid been liHullid lobvpuss
-6 I he broken seitlon of! pipe, : five dn\saner notice tu proceed, Tin Invlliliin |tll l bid rinried a Until assured Unit the micsHttry/

Has a Community Chest-United minors hud been rcpaned and Two luindied days will be III.lOI.t'd proviso ler the' I"-&Ihle' KBIIIIHC' aid Is being coordinated/ bv the
Fund campaign worker called on were back In operatien. An cimr.gency fir the work at *'crnandlnaBeirh Of mi a in'nilim'nl ti (IlI'IIl'ldl' foiallcrmiU I 01':1':l and the U S, Corps of r:nui.neers .
you ? This year the quota Is up pump was speedily secured 221)) days at Fort Clinch and Mini see'lions In pliuc ofrotk and lliHl beach protection
and your donation Is needed to I and Instilled between Fuan 80 days at Anurlcan Beach, The vie turns. will be- expedited,

Insure the success of the drive Creek and the biach and rlorlela
All the benefiting! agencies Are Public Unities rtiulud I I lie In.stallallon .
well worthy of assistance and It l of a transfeiimer: at thai'\ $885,116.51 I Hobos To Depart Next Week For Trip

Is your duty to Rive as fccncrously point to provide- the me'canary "I

as possible -1 Do fr It now,3 LOOKING OVER THE AREA which t is affected bv a rupture In the city sewer I lIne clcdrlc As an current added safety, factor, chlorine : To Fair The Fare? Be There To See

as it crosses Eltanll Creek are city officials and a representative of the engineering was dumped Into the line when 64-65 Budget t
In the past t week 1 have seen Instances Left Attorney H. \\ Fluhler Jack Col-
the to .
retained city. right. City
where school children firm by the break was noted, in Wit MI MKIIUI. singer \Vuiila' !Slealey Ith Cluiek
were allowed to Kct out of a car her of Smith and Gillespie engineers; !Mayor E. J. John!lon. Jr., City Commissioner An emergency. meeting of I the The tiuln ('unvlng' Iiu li bis Ini J Jones on the drums: a group of!

on the side where traffic was pissing Hilton Kitchens Civil Defense Director Walter Preston Jr. City Manager Dm'id City Commission was held Tuts Adopted ByCommission I the filr I In l'I"cllI"(1", to dipiut' "I.ndy I Bugs comix sed uf Laura
rather than the curb side, And Gatchel, City Commissioner Ben Sorensen and Director of Public Works Jim Heard. day lo dlncuss the problem! and from the We m'in'i Club lit 8pm. : Sorinsen, Cevera Ferreira, I Diane'
another Instance where the car I plan for both temporary and ppr.I on Weeliicsdnv, Oetiber 14, An- Bean and Mcllle Beekhum: nnel
was parked on the opposite side I manent rcpplrs, Meeting with the I II I other train will heem hand Thurs. Street Dancers Mark and Mason
of the street and children had to I Commission wn Jack Collier of day nig il, 0<'tolie'r I 11, lo take cure Bean,
cross In front of traffic Don't I Pirates Scuttle Green Cove Springs; 'I Smith and Glllesnlc I engineeringfirm of tlinsc II h'lI' t're nit able lo Then on to colorful Fl Paso'vheie

Jeopardize a child safety or Ignore retained by the city, and Col The Board of Commissioners of make the lilp (in' Uiehuiuluv, we see Llbba Cordon and

an ( set a proper Walter Preston Nassau County Nassau Comity met !Momluv mom (kt set f 1111'i the mint, nmn/lng, Sister !Sue'alt doing a Mexleind
example just ltrorltll sake of I civil defense! director and lulhor. Ing In annual budget hearing ses. dlversllied liip of! voiir IlleTe .nn c anel hear an unusual vne'alRI

laving a few seconds, Trims Sails For Macclenny October 16BV lied disaster representative for lion and adopted a burtxet of $8R5,. > me Hie hi IIOH olf! /al Hie' KU( J nip\ inmli up of Fmmle Sue tl.I Illxeir
d -ft the county, 116,51 for the 1164.65! fiscal yeir, I lion an dinners: I.iiurli tump" \ Jeannillc MelnnU, Ruth
This week when yoi get your I Collier aid thut the cost of and repairs The budget wan carried In the bell, Jilmni' Out Jr \Hetny Hunt Jn (eilshy, Honey Selherluiiil ,

paper from your newspaper boy, CURT CORDON her In the day had soikert the the field for a touchdown whiclt would be around $21000 !for Sept 24 Issue of the News.Leader Phillips>>, and Silly While, Almi at Beth' Wain We even run into
think about him for a lew minutes Benny Alvarez Junior quarterback Held but dampness did not hinder proved to be the only scoie of! the discussed permanent icpnlr line as a legal advertisement and no the letalioii au hevstcm' Cops Jane I n set if !Square Humors In HPiso :
He'* your biggest little took over the signal calling the Pirates In racking up their lirsl half, but Fernandina came the future citing that Two the changes were miide at the hear. Philips and h illh Hi'Ille n and I I Tlirv are: Winnie one! Archie
merchant''! Newsboys are not, as' spot last Friday night !for his first first conlercnce victory and second out battling In the second half lo I (Continued on Pane Ing, Station Master, Mr, SnillliAt Smith: Lou anel Al Olsner;

some people think employees of time and guided the Fernandini win of the current campaign, score till ee moie times, Ernest Davis\ mnnagir! of the I'''" fir( t Kieri In New Oilennn( I Boots, and Bill Gnus, and Mary

the paper but rather are business Beach Pirates to a convincing, Alvarez mixed his plays like a Richard Schomas toik the openIng Hollie Gene Brower Southeast Timber Division of Ttiy. )'OUI ill be mill'tallied by blues (Continued nn Page Two)
men on their own, With regularity 26.0 football victory over the Giecn veteran scored one touchdown and kickoff! on (Ihe Plialc 40 and I onler Incorporated and president *
and dispatch he 'delivers the Cove Springs Blue Devils, Most passed to Bill Miller for anrticr, ran 8 yards to the 48, Richard of the Nassau County Taxpayeis
news' right to you each week In of the first half was played In alight I The Pirates took the opening Nobles gained 2, then Schomas I Funeral Sunday At Association uas" present at thu
most any kind of weather And he rain after heavier rains ear- I kickoff and marched straight down made It a first down on the Green meeting and dlscutsed a number

learns while he earns As an Independent Cove 48, Nobles ran for 9 before North 14th of the budget Items with tho Com
businessman, he learn \ i Beryl Rice rammed to the Green I Baptist mlsslonersI ,
the fundamentals of buying, selling Chamber Names i Band Parents Assn. Cove 28 for another first down I The (figure approved for the bud.

record keeping In servln!! Rummage Sale t Nobles added 7. ,rhen! ;made It i I Funeral'for lialUe Gene Brower,]I Bet Is Ml,76161 over the H8-MH!
you, be team > 'still' ''OIIIU" ,vitilestoni I first down on 1 the Blue Devil 18 18.year.old son'of Mr, and MisLonnie budget of $8433W90' _
,7. < lessoiujn Ute develop 5 New Directors ; Starts Today | Sehomas made it first and gi al Brower, was held Sunday The 1964 county-wide valuation:
mcnt and rewards of :responslbllity I on the 3. then ran the three for at 4 pm, at North Hlh Street after a revaluation program bvIh
dependability, promptnesi, At a special meeting I of el I The Femandlna Beach Band I, the touchdown, Alvarei kick was Baptist Church, with Rev, S C I office of Tax Assessor EddieMcKendrre
courtesy, The future of our whole! Chamber of Commerce onfon.! Parent Association is sponsoring I j wide and the Pirates held a 6.0 Baker pastor officiating, Interment Is S6442KOMOO' as I

community li strengthened by tne day, President Reed Lewellcn an. a Rummage Sale beginning today, lead with eight minutes remaining I followed In Bosque Bello compared to $24.241.460,00 In 1963,
initiative and enterprise of you nounced five new directors for the I and will be open each Thursday, In the first half Cemetery, (Continued on Page Six)
newspaper boy Take a look at board. Friday and Saturday for several I Green Cove took the Fern ndlna Hallle died October 1 In a Jack

your and not newspaper Just as boy a box la this trying llgh t to The new directors are Dick Galphin I.I weeks, The sale la to be held In as kickoff they and marched put up from a mild their threat own! I, ; ::JIIn hospital a touch from football:Injuries game suf; I FAA To Install
R, H, Young, Dr John MeGane -
pick up a little spending money, the old Well ern Auto building on I during physical education class at I
the Pirate 16 where
Robert Ferreira and John 35 to a pans
Over the years many of the newsboys Hooper. I II south eighth street In front or'' on fourth down was Incomplete I I the hlKh mhool Monday, SemiAutomaticSystem
are from families well able Askln Laundry and the Pirates took OUT, ('r. Coach Wayne Benner said the I
to cater to their every whim, They] I The special meeting was for a' with teammate as ,
: All members or persons having nandlna tried two plays and dc.elded boy collided a 'I
resell them at vote on the amending of the by. ball Milliard'
buy papers and a both attempted to lag a car. At
to kick and Sehomis punledto
profit because their parents know law I to Increase the number of rummage to donate are urged to I the Green Cove 40 yard line\ rler in the cpnmlng team, Bcnncrl I
this is good tiainlng for the future. directors to 16, with a minimum bring it by the build ng or call I another said Ualllcs head hit his team :
Dcvili tried
and the Blue
of 13 in office at anyone time, Mrs, Harry Peters 261.4454, if march but the Pirate defense! ,: mate's km c and that he was con. The Federal Avlatlen Agency's |
6 Tht amendment was approved, I transportation Is necessary, I Ii held after the home team moved I scions but In a dazed condition plans to Install tho !flirt operational .
Lewcllen announced that the annual i eml'automatic air traffic control -
homeowner! following
Doubtless many when taken to a
the ball to he Fernandina 21It ;
ol election of officers will be ; taken system In the Jacksonville j
wished they had taken pictures School Board Sets time for the Pirates to the accident He was later
ele.itructlve held at the regular monthly meetIng was I Florida ARTC Center al Milliard,
their houses beine Doras I: I the ball 1 and after! Nobles'lost to the Jacksonville I hespltalIn
visit The pictures. could on October 19, Hearing October 14 move 2, Schomas raced for 18 yards addition, to his parents, he Is I .Horleltt were announced today by !'

have been of great value In the On 196V65 Budget to the 37 yard line of the Pirates, I survived bv his m'ite'rnal grandmother Najccb Ilulaby, rAA Admlnlntra

settling of insurance c'alm: Might t Keirsey !s Relieved Beryl Rice failed to gain, Schu I Mrs, Lucy Parker: two tor,
be a good idea to look to the iutare Duties I A public hearing will\ be held by1 t mas added 5. tin'n an Alvarez.to- sisters Mary and Opal: and two I Jacksonville Center at llllllard JUST \VHbRE THE HOUOS encounter these .'HnthInr"eaulieN"
and get pictures ot all sides Of Chamber of! Instruction [ brothers, Larry and Otis, all of will he the first tenter to receive
the Board Public o ;I Beryl Rice pass connected for al i hardware developed by tho Agen I' (circa 1920)) remains. to be neen, but there an
ot the exterior and interior ol Reed Lewcllen, of the I Nassau County on Wednesday, first down on the Green Cove I Fernandina Beach, behind the curtain Join the hobos
president as they feast
homes that are still Intact, Just incase October 14. at 10 am, at the I I Barry Rico then raced 28 45'1! Active pallbearers were Greg I ty as a follow on to the Project
Chamber of Commerce, revealed BEACON study which recommends I their evex on all the pulchritude wrapped up In Lula Kav.
one of Dora as yet unborn Courthouse, I IPUI for another first down on the Willis, Tommy Carter, Kenny I
sisters might pay us a visit this week that John Kclrscy has director ) of the meecting ls to Green Cove 17 Alvarez sneaked ; King, Johnny Snead, PeeWee Nobles the evolutionary' censtructlon( ofan otiklin, Hobby Sether, Lorree \\ lltiher, Laura Groce, Lorah
been relieved of his aduties as pose
I Mike Think, air traffic control system cap MichicI and Carolyn Jnlphin; appearing In the show
of the Chamber, on motion discuss with the citizens, the pro for 3, then Schomas ran for 6 to |
Just a suggestion to Rotary,, of the board of directors, posed budget of the Board of Public the Green Cove 8 before he took Honorary pallbearers were boys I able of handling" demands of the I "The Hobo'M lute to the Fair," to be presented by the
and Kiwanis 1 dual know I in his homeroom class at school, supersonic era, Halaby statedfxpcilence ,
Hunt for apparent Woman's Club the nights \\ednesduy and Thurs
Keirsey had served In that capacity Instruction for the year begin.I the ball over an I, : gslned at Hllliard on
just when the present club ban. I since October IS, 1963, ning July 1, 1964 (Continued on Page Six), Oxley Mortuary was In charge I will determine the best method i day, October 11 and 15, 8 p.m, at the Woman's Club
iicrs weie purchased but its about - -- of arrangements\: I
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for for 1 including automation of thisContinued ((777 ) picture are,
tune new ones They re getting \
( on Page Six) Carol) n Galphin.A ; .
pretty faded and some haven yet Local Art Center ,-
uclded Beach to Fernandina, which
change In the city name was made Displays Paintings
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around 1K50, Lots of other groups I Old and New '.$
meet at the same plnce and the "

banners are always on display I BY PATHim M\VO JI 'If" "

belie' c new ones would rcucct on The rcrniinellua Bench Art Linler ,< .
us a bit better AiKiielullin openid Sunday, I / ll' "

toft I -:*" IOtdJl'r 4 with un outstanding( exhiblt J1' .J .
A tip of the hat tills week to f.".., til( Pjlnllnes/ Old and ..1,
I'ire Chief Bill Dopson and his Niw* Many of the dutiful/ old ,,\\1

regular and volunteer smoke.eat piiiiitint.1: on display have been '
ers on the occasion of Fire Prevention painted by local pi'i pic and make
Week, These men do a a funelnulmg contrast 1 to the eonIcmpeirary ,
fine job when fire occur* but It s I puintinict hi'Ing shown.
jour job to sec that their work Is The exhibit I Is seheeluled In run
kept tu a minimum,
k -tr shown every Weelncsel ly, Saturday
Did you sec the nice recognition I and Sunday aftern urn from 3 00 :

givn rernandina Beach in the until 6 (00)( P.M, !Midlo facilities
September issue of Motor Boating, n let membi M
>> : i are now ope
fq ,
a magazine with International distribution L.f4,,"> ., ,1!>"'ry-, 1 The Art Cinter at 20 South 7th
and generally considered Strut has been beautifully dee'oratcd -
the leading authority on modern In pustcls anel new lluhtlnHfixtures
: I If
beating, Included I In the article on unel dripi;: 'rles coml t>lne'cli

this city were pictures of the Florida i tout nued (in Page Three)
Marine Welcome Station. fort

Clinch and The Palace Saloon, i Fernandina Beach
The article was a part of a lengthy
!feature called The Southeast Weather

Heritage Cruise which begin at U d AW-VKI w. th.r Slailonih
.," A. Limo "rtr*
Charleston and ended at Si Augusline
Thursday Oct 1 87 75 ,02rrid.iv 1
The editor of the magajne -
Oet( 2 81 7) ,USdturd.iv ,
Water Juctlner, and other .. '
<>('t, 3 86 71 10
members of his staff were overnight Sunday Oct 4 HI 77 .01MmelHV : NMN; SINKSS for lirnindini I ten eh reuitvd H* principal piece of equipment
visitors here during the ITS PUNT, PASS AND KICK TIME again and o>er 100 jounifxters are expected
Oet S 87 64.m this week with the Installitmn of thin huge minting pre s, shown being lowered thru
cruise, when the competition starts at 9 a.m., Saturday, October 17 at City Hill Park. Some
Tuesday'. Oct. 8 fij SI ,24WedneKduy the of North Four
of buildmit adjuint to DecKrifttr* at corner
A the roof, a new
A fthown here with (;ill Vizcar-
of the prize which will be gi\en in each age group are Oet 7 67 54 0
Are people smoking less after t tenth and \\hile. Douif !Decker, wee'on d from left on roof is owner and operator of
Laaserre of LaaHerre Motor
of the and E. E. npontorii
the big scare on the evils of clgareltei rondo, left director etent and others desiring to compete are | The FIT writhrr,.<, "U.hi'feirnlihcri, f.nut., .courmy rnfiiuth I'I'I the buNincHs, which will make lommemorathe coins medallions, and many other
? Yes, loss cigarettes that of the e>ent. Over 75 have'already registered 7th il Llmt SirtMUwli type of Muvcnln. Jam," E. Bird, at right, U associated with Decker in Uae venture.
(Continued On Fail Two) urged to ilgn up at Laiwerr I Milan, Cenptrstlv* Obnrvtf


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Page Two :"e" ,.Lea e!, }Feriianuina' Beach, Fiorina! iiur) utty, October I e!, 1'Jttt Leaves For
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I LETTERS TO "...",(t''1" "" "' "W ,< ..;.r .COUNTY COMMJM'ON! 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after lot Mortal
Ml ASII STREET: PHONES M1-3C8I M1.3U7A Select "" '" 1 Chambers .
; J ; Commliil.n .
John H. Perry New i>aper THE EDITOROctober I ,0' ? ,I .t'. CITY C'OtMlgs'ONInd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 pra. citj

Ray Caldwell. Editor and Manager "Values For Life" I 'II ''GOVERNMENT V Commission! Chambers .

ABC AIDITED PAID CIRCULATION 7, 19C4! HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursdnf) 10 .,m. Hospitaltun t
Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office FtlltorFernandlna I Renm
:- Fernandina Beach:Florida, as sccoud.riasi mail mutter t Fallowing list week's mihjrct. ifill
Subscription Rstesi Beach News Leader "Quo Vadls." several student of SCHOOL BO\TtHlwi.: 1.f "'nesday after Snd! Monday 0.30: an
$4 a year -11231 months tlM J Month The school! board has scheduled .. MaM Mlltim's Fneliih dam Governor of Florida j Superintendents Office

= $4 50 a year out of county a budget d'scnitslon! for the public 1 i use as their topic this week "Values r-TA ETFriTTIVE; BOARD last Thursday 3:30: pm. .. jt
at ten o'clock" In the morning.There ', "
I are many people like my. For Life SPANISH TREASURE '. lllnh rafctorlumPTA '
r 'I'T j self who>> cannot attend this meet. Five of the compositions 'fallow: a I I In July 1715 eleven Spanish gal.1 MEETING lot Thursday 8 p,m. Jr. high Cafetorlum

THEREMAY DANGER tog because. of a dny job, i I A SET OF VALUES FOR LIFE Icons richly laden with !gold, silver KIWAN13 CLUB Each Monday 11:41pm.: Seaside Inn
i / BE I i William A. Childi. "Know Ins; thvself)' Is the key to and other. precious articles, were AUXILIARY 2nd 3-r,0:;
success and happiness wv' the caught up In the fury of a hurricane HOSPITAL Tuesday : pm. Hospital
j I ancient people believed Thereforei In the Atlantic off of what J.I li. Dining Room
j| '
PQWN UNDER/ JUNIOR'SESSAY !i monrv) bruit men bipplncM' all I now Fort Pierce Ten of the ship; 'AYCEES Earn Monday 8 pm. Recreation Center Lounge

the time. Life Is a conslei"Mruff- were destroyed and took their I IONS cum Each Tuesday T p m. Seaside Inn
I treasure to the ocean nOllr.I I
ole between survival end destruc
: j ROT' "Y CLPH! Each Wednesday Noon h.unehennSeaside
then liS .I. l Mura of that treasure, and that INNAMPnjCAN
Accepting reality Is snmHh'ng!' I from many other vessels still rest I
| About Pennies': I hard to do. Ton rrnnv ppoplr turn oa the ocean bottom todpj but a : LEGION-1st and 3rd Mondays 8 p.m. at Lejloi

]Most of the time a female Is a their barks and live In I 'world of private concern working under a Home

woman or) a lady but sometimes, make-believe. You should,''deal Richard Lovell. II!. Uyearoldsa lease from the State of Florida tasystematically CITY PL':lNINa BOARD 3rd TburPday City Commiuloii

and pretty often It Is a dog, cat with problems as they com, by of Mr. and Mrs Richard Lov- carrying on salvage I Chambers

;YI { horse or cow oh! Just abouteverything I planning and hard work'1.1''toilead ell, Jr., 404 South 14th. St.. !left operations on this fleet. Onefourthof r WOMAN'S CLUB tat Wednesday Womnn's Club Bldg.

I I It i of fear and worrvlng. III other Last weekend for a tour of duty ta. their find goes to the State. I .jY RCmrM OF AMERICA, Nassaj District II p.m. 2nd Frldiii
Men used to near the pants and words, don't Just talk about'' some. Germany with the U. I. Ann,. This li how Florida manages Seaside Inn ,

they still do they would get arrested thin, : do something about It.' Richard attended Fernandlna treasure bunting off her shores MERCHANT'S ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon
If they wore dresses. But I Many people In today', "'World' Beach High, School and enlisted Salvage leases are granted ty the Reaxlde Inn -
srmehow the women got to wearIng can't take failures and disappointments State Cabinet serving as Trusteesof
I for service .U May. He received CHAMBER OF COMMERCE!!: 3d Monday Luncheon 12-13:
pants too and they don't get I as a part of everrlay'.Ufe'. j kit basic: training at Ft Gordon. the Internal Improvement Fund Seaside Inn -

arrested, but some of them ought Often many of us explode If we I Augusta, Oa. and has recentlygraduated to single Individuals, firms or corporations. BUCCANEER COIN CLUB -1 p m. 1st Monday each month
I to don't always succeed In'' every They first take out an ex.ptorctory .
from Engineering School DUNCAN !I. CLINCH HISTORICAL
task, large or small. You should lease to search for off. 2nd MOB.
I don't know how It workcd .
ever Belvoir I Va.
day earn month I p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center.
do your best In everything set short. wrecks. When a wreck Is located
out but jat.n.
.. paint their faces way, their women fingernails can\ out to (So, and then be satisfied. sa exclusive lease Is granted NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS::: 2nd and I
4th Thursdays 8 Masonic Temple
their toenails and shoes Profit by your mistakes, and giving the !holder the sole right tosalvage : p.m. -
wear that Pvt.'Charhe R. While
people wouldn't and never make the same one ,twice. j \ at the particular site designated. AMELIA LODGE: NO. 47 F. A A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays

" crazy near' dresses that wouldn't wear mske Never let emotions overcome you; Serving' In GermanyI 8 p.m. Masonic Tempi
dOBEIN LODGE No, 104 Kn'ehts' of Pythias 1st and 3rd Thun-
half of a petticoat aU to make your anger should be In proportion I Florida's share of the fabulous
I themselves look and do to It* cause. Each person should I Germany (AHTNCI) treasure recovered off of Fort days I p.m. Masonic Temple
t 1 Q you know something pretty, some of set his goal according to his abll. Army Pvt. Charlie R. White Pierce to date was recently displayed FERNANDINA TEMPLE; 7. PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4ti
them dt I don't know who It ity. Decide this, as all other decisions son or Apes Young 700 .. nth In Tallahassee Mondays of month at I p.m. Masonic Temple.

ONE 47V11r pc fY ?Y10'BU oi fb FINK who said, "The female of the kpecles was. from your opinion Instead .. reraandlM Beach na,. par. It Included ornate gold necklacesof CHAPTER Sit. ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays -
is than of copying other tlelpated with other members of' Intricately. woven design Much Tempi
more deadly the
( J e iC1vJ male", Whoever It was, he was Consider other people; don't I Bd Armored Cavalry Regiment in of the treasure trove Is In gold SPEPSOSA EACH. TUESDAY 3 P.M. Recre.Hon Ccntct

YG,6K frrJJPIwei 1 1'kf0 AND RQ A /it right but I don't know whetherhe push them around. Instead try to the annual tank proficiency courseat coins called escudos. Eight escudo Lounge .II.,
. Orafenwohr, Germany Sept. 7. worth' about HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB Sid of month
"' was talking about rattlesnakes tolerate their mistakes since DO. pieces, sixteen dollars Monday at a p.m.

rra4aconeise lions, tigers black widow spidersor body Is perfect. Always think of II The course consisted of firing at the time they were lost 230 years ROSE CIRCLE lit 1 Monday .?....?...._.????????.........?.._?,? 8 P.M:

women One Is about as bad as their well-being. and Interests. ell tank armament and In tank ago, are much more valuable ontod.y' FOUNDERS GARDEN CiUB 3rd Friday . . ... 3 P.M.
IWVUSCI 2Hr01MAIDN Most Important In opinion maneuvers. I rare coin market It la MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th .....
ncittrmrl $$7 the ether Maybe i bad woman Is my Tuesday ..?"..."""-." 8 PJl
a little worse than the others. Is to accept responsibility as a White a driver in Troop L of feared by some that the large find AZALEA GARDEN: CLUB 2nd Tuesday........".......,............ 8 P.M.
'1' They don't know any better but a challenge If you cin accomplishthese the 3d Armored Cavalry Regi of old pieces might depress the I KO:: Lighthouse Circle

-'heck Heating Unit lefore Cold Weather woman pught to. objectives you can enjoy ment's 3d Reconnaissance Squadron market value of these coins, but SUNSHINE GIRLS Masonic Temple. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays 3,31))
Florida la
going to do Its part to
A female (woman) can get. Just life. entered the Army li June to 5:30: p.m.AMERJCA .
about anything she wants if she Jimmy Saundcrson I 1M2 lad arrived overseas la Oc prevent that by preserving Its share I LEGION AUXILIARY Post 54 '- 4th Tuesday -8pm. at
Now is a food time:-* before cold weather comes tober 1063. as historical artifact and not sell Legion Home
ROM about It In the right
way tr tr 1t them.
to have
your heating plant checked by a qualified service- ne soldier Is SENIOR: CITI7P2nd and 4th Thtiwdnvs..
Ever since anybody can remember 29-year-old a Some of the treasure like a nine UPC. Center. 7:30: P,M.
VALUE OF LIFE 19M of Peck School. HOME DF-MOMSTNATION HUB\ 2nd Thursday
man.The when a female (woman) : graduate High pound disc of silver that was re- I
National -- -- -
Board of Fire Underwriters says that wanted I man she got him and There are many Important values covered. Is not minted, but most -
defective heating units ore responsible for one out of every 'just aa often as not It was a man for life. First and foremost it CARD OF THANKS had been formed Into coins I
ten building fires in the United States where the causes that some other female woman) Is necessary to know yourself.! If Our recent sad loss )leaves us Artifacts brought up from the

'ere known. Another 3.5 per cent are caused by defectiveor wanted and that caused a lot of neif.' with grateful hearts toward neighbors underwater site Include many objects of the WeekOne
overheated chimneys and flue trouble. Before women started and friends. Their comforting of srchaeologlcal value, Many ,
' An inspection of your unit will not only protect wearing pants they thought they be able to achieve his goals In expressions of sympathy and metal objects are thickly encrusted
your wanted to and raised life thoughtfulness will always be remembered
with coral-like substance. The
home from a possible fire but will also a :
help to prevent fail ; so much sand that the men thought know it Is first of
; To cue's own self wooded Spanish vessels carried those homes that will sell immedi.
of the unit cold I
ure on a night.
. I they might as well have It. Then .lecessary to know what the tendencies (signed) The Lonnle Brower smooth ballast stones which freluenlly -
. ..... they wanted as much money as of all people are. Everyone family mark wreck sites. In Fiords : ately, has come to our attention. Mas-

. the men get and they got that i i i of course. has the urae for coastal waters and could and construction 3 bedrooms screened
flokos To tre beading for New York. First, too. If they knew how to work It, 1 self-preservation: also, people are Know thyself! To "know" oneself sometimes do lead skin divers to onry ,

Depict Here however our, we two must hobos slop' In ChlcaRo'l I I I expect they would make the men for self- a person must remember that more sunken treasure when they porch, larger than averaqe yard. No down

a-" (Continued from Page hoe) a friend played by are Jane have the babies. I dealnclion. I life la a constant struggle between are discovered. I payment with about $55 per month.
Elizabeth and John Scarboro. who takes to If a man wants anything he has Is trying to keep himself alive, he two mala drives. One of these glad to say are very cooperative.
them a Speakeasy
Next stop) Hollywood! ,The ho. Characters lit: this scene are:; to work' like the dickens to (jet II Is also, without knowing It, flaeI drives is the urge to live, the I IsRtluft They are Interested In the treasure *&
has manage t 1 get Inside a movie I Emcee Fred Bond: The Woman I and he has to work still harder to IlnR I many obstacles In his path. of self-preservation. The which Is at course Important to '
studio and nearly lose their eye- la get what he needs.. I To get full value out of llfff. aJlf'fROII J ulher Is the opposite drive, selfdestruction. them but also they are Inu'I't'Rh'tf' "
-lulls when they sec Jane 11ft... Red B aao'- Roberts Peggy Bond: HJs: Al Gun Capone Moll I It used to be that the men always I I must be able to adjust In history Seme have traveled to Two good friends nave"- recently moved

field Judy Garland and a host of Charlene Roberts; and Can-Can I had to fight the wars and himself to people and places around Failures and disappointments are Spain tit check historic records for from Fernandina Beach and both need
him. Also, to gain his quota ol the of vessels, their '' .
other stare.Appearing. Dancers "Red" Bran Curt Cordon one old General a long time I part of the changing worlds of all cargo
In this scene are: and Charles Mlllson. I said "War us Mil," But the.1I0'j life's values a human being must men and women.. If one wants to'' and the size of their crews to sell their homes immediately. Look
Movie Director Alice Derry I male ( be able to solve life's many problems be healthy he Searchers are exploring the floor
Faye women) though U might( be I a mentally person these two locations
New York City at last and the over and let show
; Mack Bennett Bathing Beauties hobos fun, sa they got to be Waves, as they come not wjirry should accept small defeats as Inevitable I off the Gulf of Mexico as well as In : us
Bobby Srther. Loree WU. little witness a very amusing Wacs and Wrens about them before they arise<<'l) 'experiences on the road the! Atlantic. Most of the treasure you the interiors. -Then 'make an offer. ,
scene' entitled "Reservations A needs. also, to postcsr has come from Spanish ships believed ,
sher Laura Grove. Lorih Michael to
Carolyn Qalphln and Lull and Unlimited" written Huelette by lisa Knight. i There lone ego was that another I can't war hardly foughtso a healthy aeH-lmage of lilmfcclt. A success.normal I, mentally healthy per. i|I victim of hurricanes of the Both have excellent financing arranged
starring Penton. Kloyse If Individual undcrgradcs |lm- early 1700's, but some U. S.lold/
Kavouklli; Charlie Chaplin I son doesn't let his emotions explode I 1 1No
remember H. I think they calledIt No. 1
Louise Walker; Rudolph Valentino Sorennen. and Charlotte Hall. a Trojan War. had Trojan self, how can he prosper T An Individual for little or no reion, This from a Confederate vessel has also 1-1627 Ajachua' Street
The hard working production i irew..director They ,I roust, too, be able to'as- I "been salvaged.I "
Ebcr deal with the
Phllllpi; Velma Banky I horses and person Is able to I 2 1908 Beech
Trojins tilings Street
Anne Dickens; Judy Garbed C! and cast of "The1Hobo's but It an fought dot ot female : I I soclale will others, He can I' 'be demands of life, and he also plans have heard estimates that nearly
was over
JoElla Jones: Dancer Laura Fare to the Fair" are entering (I\\omanl.) named Helen. But demanding, or let his temper1 Ret. for the future. Of course he does I $400 million worth of gold and b :n
Sorensen; Jane Mansfield .... their final week of prepar. I do know that the best of him. He needs the n't know what the future holds lu I silver sank with doomed Spanish
..MI.." Anderson: and Ricky Nelson atXa'and' rehearsal This Is a the you something was power to keep. his emotions tun- the I I ships en route from the New World I j:
Linda Evans. family show and comprised entirely only war men ever foughtwhen were j I trolled. I knovn.. to Spain. We are almost certain to

On we go and at the, next stop I of !local talent.. It Is sponsoredby fighting they for knew shunt they It la natural to feel. fear hate This same person likes himself' ; see an Increase In treasure huntIng : KINGSBERKY HOMES t
we find ourselves In the middle of the Womsn's Club for thebenefit I Jealousy guilt and worry bijt II he Isn't self-centered but he Is This will be adventure, and'I I
a Cheyenne. Indian Tribal Cere of their Building! Fund I Is not good to be overcome by allY satisfied with himself. This Is Im- perhaps profit for tome but to
mony. Here we meet Rn Indian Tickets are on sale now bv members Makes Speedy'! of them He should never. fear I and nortant. because fliod mental Florida this search will turn up !
Princess Linda Ann White an of the Woman' Club and I City worry about what UPS ahead I IA health and happiness are two sides lost pages In our early history, and PAUL C. BURNS
Indian Maiden Edna Dougherty will be avillnhle at the door for I Pf'rllOllliso need plans* for if the lime ellID.I provide a wealth of artifacts to supply :
: Indian Braves Mike Flala each! performance 1 (Continued from Pale One) the future, that he may be 'fully He. exrccts:. to like and trust cur state museums for all to I 319 South 8th Street \; Phone "-",.
A donation of $100 for each should probably be relocated He I I.I tar adulthood. j I see and enjoy.
and Dwaae Rowland: and hear tn | prepared other people; he also assumes .. .
said --- -- -- -- --- ---- -- -
Indian Love Song! by Flora Mil. adult and SO cents for each child I the permanent repair would I I }Finally a person mutt be able that others will like him. This - -
cIN I. will secure a scat on the I fit Into the city's master plan for I Ian to nuke his own decisions, and icrept I person makes his own decisions,

feY0.l.. bell II 14. trah hobu"l alternate system at the beach. the responsibility given ,hIm then accepts the responsibility for
!J Ylo lr.fI ,!17 _' '!! .jjJlL'2.< J',__. ___-IJ--T, Jim' HcaVl\ director''of public fur making thorn To Wt all: the. ntMiiK thetniThe mentally healffiy I t ). i I/ ..1'101 I ) .Y. 10.
works, said that he I had already 1 possible valueron* life, M' In- person does whatever he undertakes Sprightly|
made the arrangements for the I dividual must do all to the best of to the best of his ability ;

necessary line to bypass the break his ability, know and acknowledge By: Ann McLean beautiful
and for an emergency pump. He I errors, and set goals be then tries Buick'65.Just .

"TW added that except for the unsightly very. hard to reach. *" *
was sure
feature of the emergency line t, Lynette Adams for
It would serve the purpose until
a bad year for permanent repair can be effected. I 'if To really "know myself' depends .
on what I feel within me. just right
us mufes' Cat Preston discussed the steps A GOOD SET OF RULES FOR If I have a healthy sclf-lmige, Buick
necessary' for securing disaster LIFE then I would probably feel confident for 8
aid from the Office of Emergency I Mm Is capable fir eoaqwerlau In myself. This confidence out of 10
Planning and sold that he would with fear '
his problems dealing would help me !In overcoming any 65
forward an Immediate appeal hate and w'oiry while developingInto problems or challenges that may new-car budgets
The Commission approved the a patient and !gentle. human arise

t."por./. emergency repairs and bring, It Is said that "No man The urge to live is a part of Buick.ttt
I Instructed City Manager David I walks with aimless feet"; an men "knowing myself". All humans I
Oatchrl to have Smith and Glue I should have some path or dlrcc. have the Instinct of self-presrrva- II ,

pie prepare plans and sprclflca- linn to take. lion, but how to use It wisely takes
,I tin for the permanent replacement While on this pith to a successful time and much knowledge. I feel Ij I fW" A was
of the damaged line. life he will have many problemi no self-destruction In me. nor doI
facing him Above all, he
t want to>> deliberately cripple or
doesn't cry or run away; he solves thwart mysetf. Although I sometimes ,
rk I Just RamUiiTContinued tliese problems. as they arise. If meet failure or disappointments j .

he makes a mistake or does wrong. I don't let them ruin or .chest
( he will acknowledge It and do bet- life.
From Page One) upset my
Is. The figures for the first half Mr the next time. In this way he One good reason for living 1, :j

of this year showed a (,S per rent will profit from his mistakes. the Joy of It'U4II1'IM'TIll.. joy I
l', I decline. But the scare just mide' This person will plan for the future within my mind given me a
a lot of people switch their form and not bo ifrald of the unknown till of achievement and rM.j

I of tobacco. Cigar sales went up Since he Isn't afraid of the also part of life. I accept '
U per cent In the same period. unknown, he will not fear hale, sibility with the Idea that It must

They say a good politician Is Besides having! this rare type of : My decisions M anything, usually I

AUTO LOANS one. who can step on your torn courage he Is also kind, loving. I have bad careful thought. Ideal
without messing up your shine: and gentle He Is gentle to his fellow with the demands of We ser.lously. -I Ii I
get Into your pocketbook without man even If his fellow man I Whatever I 1 undertake I |
: AT SENSIBLE BANK RATES a gun and make you think he Is loot kind and gentle. to him. In I i :do It to the best of my ability 'I
the fact thai he Is kind loving.
'the original/ Santa Claus whether It's planning for the ru.1 I
r and about the l isterests and I
I iV 'rlien's rires lure or Just trying to "figure
r a hHrMilker with taitiatlve. well-Mna rf oilier people. his ", aysrU.." Wouldn't
: Slicker on his suitcase read friendships will be satisfying anI" By Marilyn Miller you really rather go first class

i I "Undecided voter Pick me up and (oil Inn.! I Ml VOU IOC*-UTlIOIItln lUICH DUlHt WtNOtlKD MICK DUUI IS
FLORIDA National follow and THIS MM
Bank convince me." If every one would Individuals who, are 72 yeira" (Id I -
obey these rules, he wwvld have {
.._ .. or older should file for their social .
t. --w'" it'P.rn.ndlna Ruaters, check your guns! Hint. a much happier future and succeed security even If they contluue to I
lag with a shfllgm capable of hold- in getting more out of life work Yon may be eHglWe" Ur I

aJ. .lag more than three shells .la contrary Charles Harm monthly kottflu at Me Zt regardless HARPER PONTIAC BUICK Inc.

.._ waa r./ara wrnwIt to the regulations of he' I' <} -tr of your earning Check with -
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com. I your local social security office for I 925 S. 8th Street ft.e
mission. SET OF VALUES more Information. 26'7' "

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Paul Ulsh Cleo and Ne\\I.I.t'8drr. Fornnndirm Ranch, Florida Thurnday, Odolier 8, 1061 Page ThI eSTATE
Dora I
SpeaksTo .

Kiwanians On I Perry Writes Book on American VotersAs I Left $4.2 Million I .... ,.. -.. ._ .,

Coin CollectionBY Profit Sharers In Free Enterprise'' Damage To PhonesCleo

TOMMY: HALL Bud Para, I the twit hostile
Paul Ulsh local Rotarian, spike WEST PALM BEU1I, Ha hurrlcanese tint t raked rlnrld.ii!
lo Kiwanians on Monday night on .. A laid. but simple plan to make Fail Coast within a two wick p<'r' i il
:Numismatics He was Introduced <' every American vctcr a profit l led left Snulhirn Bill with ap-1
by program chairman, Kenneth sharing partner In the nation proximately: 42 million d >lhrsi I
Slurgps, Ulsh stated that It was five enterprise system has been worth of damage to telephone fa.
only six years ago;: that he became cdv aieed by John H. Perry, Jr" cllltles; ,
., Interested In coin collections, but president and chairman of the Jack Fsllck Beaches! 1\ImlMl'r.1 '
since that time he has become a board of Perry Publications Inc., said that HIP flnnl report on stele-
lual authority on such mailers with\ headquarters here wide damage It telephone fnelll. .
and has been honored by office In : His unique plan also sets up tin has just t been completed, a '"."
the local group us well as being :2j machinery for coping with and total of oxer 227000) main trip I / ,'\
an officer In i Duval County as. Ivlng (the many economic and phones were lentil tlrnl'l1y 1)111' out i :
sociall of coin collectors. Ps selil pit' bpms) facing the American of service by I lie two hmilcaiips ", .j>'} t.l '

The speaker Is the owner of t people! !because of the TechneiInglcil In addition, OMT 2000 long din r; \t\\

numerous collections of both val it'$ Revolution with Its comput. :lane circuits were affected while I ., iili'\ : #..: ,. ,
uable coins as well as paper currency ; ? ere. automation and cybernetics! local cable farillllei I were affected ,
both of the United Stales as u Perry. 47 heads a business or. by almost 2300 trouble reports A
well as many foreign countries Fa 1't cnnlzatlon which publishes 26 total! of 1286 telephone poles were HOM) DKPARTMCNTOKKMKN: : : were luis\ this "tt'k'1l1&emptin.r; to restore -

In early 1600s paper I <8 daily and weekly newspapers two either broken or blown down as a hurricane.damaired/ South Fletcher Avenue fur through traffic. }Workmen here
ye tlsh said first came Into money being I\ magazines operates a television result of the high hurricane winds, are drilling! / away damaged portions of the road 'while others Mvre, .' opreadine and
when a Colonial Commander of slnllon and four commercial print. Here In Fernandina Beach continued packing/ limeroek In the damaged areas. The street It portion 'of" The Iluccaneer

foreign troops found himself with ,, M 'kcv Ing firms: developed and manu j Esllck we hid appproxlmataly Trail (AlA) has been closed to traffic wince Hurricane loran high Jules renderedIt
out with which failures two 1 man submarines 1,500 telephones out due to'
currency pay
his forces and called for all of the and operates a 2.600.acre farm and Dor*. ,, Impassable.. ___ __ --J-L--- __ ._
i ---- --- --
playing cards In the detachment f E mercantile company, In spite of the destructive fury 1
1! to be turned In to him: these hero t H C H A L '' Two of the commercial printing of Cleo and Dora, telephone facllilles M, Nixon had this commpiilMr : each
NAjI't,k D eJa plants are In Georgia the firm Perry has faced up to a I '
J lslgned and constituted them a negotiable I \ mil the challenge) / Tin I
which canned continue to "
t type of security which and mercantile! company are In tradition IIf service and tiamuoik prebUm (
was honored is cash. Kentucky. one! newspaper Is In of the Bell S,vs Ism Compnnlis in 'I Itie Ignored! The boek' was a great ,' Observer
'u!' the Bahamas and the remainder bled the swift restoration of tilt. Rllmnliitlni to my own thinking at 2W.J: MarGregoi
f I It was In the year 700 BC that of the! enterprises are In nor Ida.I'l'rry I phone service We wen able t In lend I am suie will tutu e a hlmilnrif "'
%,.'.' the first coins were made for use k has been a pioneer In the call for I the assistance uf out if feet on either. who rend It i Max. Min. R.ln
as a medium of exchange Prior use, ef)f computers In the procluc-I Hale pirsonml Tliilr working ilficlcncy I think he Inn rendered I real I 8173.29/
rr, to that lime such Items as beads lion of type and ads for his pub. was unlmpiircd beiausp service In picscnlmg, In such an ( 88 75 Oi
and shells and stones were the licatieins Most of his Florida prop the methods I materials and lullnlques I' I uiieli'rslandable 3 !tot 74 0
j'I i 4 only known. ; money, ,'rtles already ore linked togetherwth arc uniform; ; throughout;, :the I way: (the:, 'aKI"I fir: a new approichlu I II 43 76 ,07
US Is designed the
Currency a computer center here In Bell! System I scone wry elilfunlt problems, 8151\ \ OS
1 speaker stated to give a legal up addition lo and ad we will 1 be faring; In the future" :
type pro. 67 S5 0
I pearance as tender, whereas for. JOHN H. PERRY, JR. duliin, the center also handles ment Necessary 1 supplies: ; and :;vIiip| t I V S. Senntor Gl'Uf'I'! A. Smuth- ;; :: :: : : ; : 7 bl 53 V '"
wire immediately oral to
.I countries for the most /
.. part
al'eollnllnlclrculallon: records and era I IJ 1)-h"lat i, a member of that -
f design their paper money to depict various oilier business activities Florida by I the Western Electric Semite Finance (Committee said .: 1 1I

famous art and cultural as gram will be moderated by JohnL for the operations which range Company manufai'luring and supply he plans to distribute topics, of the I ;: I i'I ::: ; ::: ;;: ;rs and :Inle rested:
of the
unit Bill Svslem I d (to take
of their countries I A modern part
peels Hal Belcher Heads
) I Gray, Director of the Stlioel of I Irrm extreme northwest Florida bunk lu either numbers of (the : : :
MI trend In U, S. currency which rev Cleo and Dora are gone but they j / \ \Disiussiin on
of lower committee
rlirldt to the state
forestry University s cast coast
't'' will be renumbered Mnridliins | This
volutlonlzcd the U S. paper money Speakers and their topics arc: Ion Perry plan for profit.sharing I "I lint: Mr Pcriys ideas I about provoca
Exhibit for a long time aa a terrible out. make for an
was Introduced when someone I Rayonier
Walker, Public Relations Manager! partnership for the nation voters 8t1mulnllnlI'conomll'/ growth and :
:'d<< two punch against the Atlantic I .
suggested that considerable savings International Paper Company. Mobile U explained In detail In his new Itrenlltlll'ninld'lIIuI'rll"y lit the
!: could be effected by reducing At Foresters Meet Ala..paper; Bradford Dempsey book, "The National Dividend" Coast ol( Honda same time siwiilie' ml and provocative : I place the Art
I ll the size of US bills, This was In t" Tech Rep., National Lumber published In a hardback edition ." said ben Smtillicrs "I the top eif your
July, 1929, and great turns of I futable evidence that In free Congress! : WANT TO DO1 ?
Manufacturers Association Jacksonville In the United States by Ivan Obo- a society would like to distribute copies : : !. .
money have been saved In this Rayonier Inc, will have an .lumber; Dr, J. Hairy lensky. Inc, New York, and In I the worker nut only U paid among the numbers of the Senate
reduction In the size of our bills hi bit on the manufacturing of I II Stump, Research Fellow Hcyden ,, Canada by George J. McLeod, well for his labors but also shares Finance Committee so that they I
it One of the earliest efforts at I chemical cellulose from wood when I Newport Chemical Corp., Pcnsa- Ltd? Toronto I In up to 50 per cent of the profits. too, can have the benefit of his I IDEAL
counterflttlng was when a smart the Florida Chapter of the Societyof cola Wood Chemicals; G. H "With Its foundation firmly coot I And In addition to being given a original and far.reaching thoughtsIn ;
.... Indian knowing that black beads American Foresters holds III Lehman, Gen. Mgr, U S. Plywood tablishcd In the production and i I voice In the selection of his pub. connection with the operationof
-- fall convention at Miami Beach,, lie officials through free elections! "
', Corp., Miami Recinxtilutcd I profits of a free enterprise system our free enterprise system A
October 12.13. Wood Veneer Laminates and ." Perry said, "the national he also Is paid for exercising that The foreword of the book was i|
Hal Belcher Rayonier Forester, Chip Boards. dividend plan provides a way for 'I right Even the simplest )peasant written by Donald I. Rogers .yndlcated I v
a Now Is In charge of the local division The second diy'i program/ w 111 us to regain, strengthen and pre under Communism could comparethe economics columnist and |
Register exhibit of cellulose products be moderated by Don Adams, Di serve our 1 Individual I liberties Itguarantees two system and conclude dean of New York financial cdl-i!{ $
Chapter chairman George W rector of Agricultural Development Improvement of the I which Is better tors. In It. he said:
For Annual Mosely of Jacksonville announced I Florida Power and Light general welfare without sacrificing) Perry believes the wider voter "It Is my unqualified belief that I :
merchandising wood products will Miami Speakers and topic: \\ II. personal rights freedom and dignity I participation certain to result a century from now the economic ,
be the theme of the two.day convene Ham M Ryan, Director tf Mirket to the bureaucracy of an all. from adoption of his plan would philosophy for that' Is what Iti
PuntPassKickContest with headquarters at t fie I Analysis, SI Regis ]New York powerful federal government And bring about Incrl'"aslnldl'mullIl I i really Is of Perry will I I.et UN Drew
Doral Hotel The first day's pro by the people for greater ciono I b/o ;
City Techniques of Market An it provides II this Improvement out be discussed thoughtful' hu- \\atth
ah sis: Hal Davis V. P. Gray of earnings, not by additional I tax* I my and cflltlcney In operation mans as, long afterward, contemplative '
of exchange than white used Advertising New York City es that Increase the cost of living of the federal government and responsible people !l Jewelry Qo.
a dye to convert the white beadsto I Techniques of Advertising/: Robert ." Distribution of advance copiesof discuss and ponder upon the philosophies I At 1th
I PRIZES OFFERED the more valuable black ones Carter Instructor, Collect of Business > Convinced that the! Technological the book already has resultedIn of Adam Smith Marx,
Ulsh also Is the owner of a sire University if Fl -rlda Revolution eventually can widespread discussion among Kissinger and Baruche and Berle
.. able collection of tokens, which Techniques of Sales: Rufus Pate. bring astounding Increases In the national political leaders and ecu You will: find nowhere: In current I !
Boys 8.13 Years have been used In lieu of real I Wood Scientist, Southeastern Forest slnndurds of living In this country nomlcs experts "literature' a more easily.read, At Home
G1L VIZCARRO I coins from time to time In many Experiment Station. Ashevllle. '' and he( remainder of the world Former. Vice President. Richard) easily.understood graphic, dyna- r
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.1 Is concerned -- -- ------ --
I i areas of the country, and his collection N. C. hurricane damage to | Perry about serious
Director Includes many formerly I houses. complications which could arise
used here In Fernandina Beach There will also be a business during the transition from today
This meeting also constituted the I session on the second day, I production systems to the auto
AND FURTHER annual meeting of the Club for the The Florida Chapter has more I malcd process of the future,
INFORMATION STOP selection of Officers for 1965 and I than 400 members and 130 are expected i "The big question," he explain. .
IN TODAY AT by their vote selected the follow.ing at the bl.annual meeting ed, "Is nether we can meet the I
Kiwanians as their Board of I Chairman-elect Is Les Johnson of challenging problems of the Technoli -
Directors for 1965: Bryan Maxwell Jacksonville. deal Revolution without thediaruptlve
Lasserre Motor .
t: '
AI Orb of ,
Eason Higglnboth-i I! agony mass unemployment
am David Gatchel Herb While, A fisherman may use a Ire'I.line reduced consumer purchasing .
Company Stan Tarleton and Bob Cenck of not more than twenty.five hooks power, a sagging econo I IheOf
i' Evert ElvIn, had been previous. I for taking non-game fish for personal my, and further :Intrusion thefederal I
ly been elected as the 1965 Prcsl- use provided ho has a valid I I government Into lives at'S
den of the Club, fishing licenseCaptain's and affairs of the American pco-
I .
: i Ills proposal Is designed to free '
r stagnated Investment capital stl ,

mulate! research Into new products I
which will result In new ,
l guarantee Industries and a perpetually new jobs strong and Introducing'J

consumer demand and purchasing

M power, ,
Tic I Inundation of Perry plan
Is a nstliutlonal, \ amendment :

ONLY which would put a ceiling of 50 r
per cent on corporate Income
I, taxes and would also make corporate i
dividend payments Income
tax free This he Is convinced
would provide the stimulation _
$18 needed to get Investment capital I
flowing freely Into the cation's

economy. |I
Under his plan corporate In.
come taxes collected by the fed
eral! government would be placed

$1.00 DOWN Into a special fund Instead of goIng BOB HAWKINS
Into the general fund as at
prcsrnt And Instead of being used
to finance so'called services to

HIP people after being diluted In 5 NORTH SIXTH STREET
; Extra Sturdy Chairs passage through the governmental
bureaucracy the corporate Income
tax fund would be distributed directly 261.3165"
In Hand Rubbed
I to the American voters on TELEPHONE .lb
a per capital basis The only requirement
Salem Maple for sharing In the na. ;.....li
tlonal dividend payments would ft '
be wing in the national general

elections every two years The ,I ,
payments would be Income tax
Compare at $29.95 free 'i 't\

Big slit sturdy In cinslruc- Perry points out' that this broad '
lion supcibly !linlslud in rich distribution if funds payments newly appointed to serve you with the best in )
hand rubbed Salem Miplc would be made quarterly would
MATE'S CHAIR these are the buy of a Iktinie1! serve as a perpetual feed-back of
consumer purchasing power
Authentically styled They will
His proposed amendment calls auto life and fire insurance
go well In any roem1! Lie them In ,
dining; area dining room for the plan to be phased Into op
kitchen family roem rum. eration over a five.year pirlixl
$16 1 pus room oft ice school Using the formula employed by
TV bedroom the I're"d.'n's. Council I) of r;cono. Ii;
mic Advisers. to project the Impact .
if the 14 tax cut on the
nations economy. he points out
the stimulated business activity STATE FARM

and increased employment would
Mather channel more than enough new
personal Income taxes Into the STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES A
general fund to offset the loss of
the corporate lax collection
OF I INSTANT CREDIT Perry also sees his plan as a
329 South 8th Street Phone 261.4383 World I f ght on Communism He 0
I j 'The plan would provide Irrc- ,



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...=._ Mexico TKcme For i December Bride-Elect Rev, Don I Himmeiman Guest Speaker

Chapter Mrs. Blacklock Meeting Has I Engaged To Wed I:j I Rose October Garden Program Club of : -, : I At Woman's Club Luncheon Meeting _

At Home TuesdaySt. Mr. and Mrs M. J. Wadell, of -, The Rose Garden Club met October t j\ I The 14.'B5 Woman's Club )''t'lr'bl.'lIan '
Jacksonville and Fernandlna Beach Sib it three o'clock at the ", on Wednesday with a beau. AHEPA Slates Dance
Monica Chapter of St. Potrr'l >
home of ,
Mrs B F. Woolscy, MrsJohn
announce the engagement of their luncheon held at the
t tlful buffet
Church held its r e 0 aII For Saturday NightAt
Episcopal I daughter, Claddle Waddell, to Seltl acting as co-h atessee. < J club building at 12:30 o'clock.
regular monthly Hireling Tuesday, Ronald L. Peacock, son of Mr Refreshments were served after ,' "Around the World In Eighty Jax HotelThe
Ottiiher 8, at the home of Mr. I
which there was a business meet.
end Mrs Joseph C, Peacock Jr. Da '." was the theme used In the
David Blacklock. Upon grriva'members II 1
; of this diy In//: decor. Center pieces for the Indl-I American Hellenic Educa.
wore served refreshments -I Mrs Wonlfiev, president of the Association!
balloons tlonul and Progressive
The bride-elect Is graduate of vidual tables were space
of German. nut rake and / club, announced there would be a
mode nf blue of Jacksonville sponsor a
Lee High School Jacksonville, mounted on
coffee. clans of )M4. meeting of the Fernanclina Car. net filled! wth| a Virlely of now. dance Saturday night at the George .
Following/ the social hour, den Club Association on Wednesday I.I colorful balloon attached Washington Hotel.
Mr, Peacock attended Yulee 1" era and a
"On Communion" October 28tli, In the confer.
study coume I 'high School and received his diploma to th<.* ten. The speaker's table The event will be the annual
was led by Mrs tin Iiughmun. rnne room rf the Recreation Center filled .
i while serving four In R was centered with a sphere scholarship dance, called the Char.lesion
It was announced that the years All Garden Club members are t with golden Ivcorls III lie,. and a Biiuzoukla. The Crcck.Am.erleaD .
(lie United Slates Marines, eighteen h
urged to attend.
trrly meeting will be held months of which was spentIn fall arrangement .was used on the dancing will begin at 9 p,m.
26 at 8 pm In Whitney quar'l Oklnnwn. lie I Is presently associated I As the roll was called member dessert table. Anyone desiring tickets or additional .
which lime plum/ will be answered with the name of a table
with Snyder Electric Co I Seated at the speaker's Information Is isked to
ed for t the SinongaMxird. Jacksonville. ? II flower which Is native to Mexico, were the officers, Mrs. L. E. Sellers contact Mercury Kavouklis.
are to bring Christmas gifts (for I iiIiiiit since that was the theme of the president who presided
the patients at the hospital In I A November! wedding Is planned I meeting Soft Mexican music was throughout: the meeting; Mrs Local JU Student

Cliattahoochre. enjoyed during the afternoon Cecil Hall, 1st. vice-president;
There will bo Parish I Supperon Enlistment Banquet I The program was presented by Mrs S.. H. Davis. 2nd. vlce-presl- Named Vice Pres.
Wednesday' October II Mrs. B. B. Wilson and Mrs. Oeo. dent; Mrs. W. T. Mlerzejewnkl,
Held October
st Of Student Govt.A
Members enjoying Mri. Black. rile Fox. Mrs Wilson selected as 3rd vl e-prl'.ldent; Mrs. p C,1 I .

leek's hospitality were Mrs Five Points WMS Five Points Circle I the sublrect of her talk, the Dahlia ...rt'4).e Stewart, recordlpg secretary Mrs newt story In The Navigator,
James Bird, Mast* tin Baughman, I which Is Indigenous to Mexico.It ; b W. W. Owens, treasurer; Mrs J. student at Jacksonville
Mrs Howard Hammond, Mrs Cecil The theme "Home, Sweet Meets Tuesday With was of special Interest to the H. While, Jr, corresponding secretary i University newspaper names Don Caldwell
Hall Mrs: 'T))>an Daugherty, Home," was carried out at the Mrs. Joyce JohnsThe I club to learn that the natives used : ; Rev. Donald Himmeiman, of Fernandlna Beach as Vice-
Mrs Windle Brooks, Mrs. Ben Enlistment Banquet held Insl en eat the bulbs of this flower. guest speaker, and Mrs", Hlmmelman President of the Student Govern.
Sorensen, Mrs. Carmen Slaplcton Thursday at the Recreation Center Eda Stcrti Circle pf Five Mrs Wilson also displayed] some I moot Association for 1964-63
and Miss Katherlni Whitney. auditorium by the Women's Points Baptist Church met Oe. Mpxle dulls which she',, had I Jbrought Following' the luncheon, Mrs I Caldwell's appointment was an.
The next meeting will be Nov. Missionary Society of Five Points loner 6 el the home of Mrs. Joyce ark from a recent trip I Gordon T. Butler gave the dcvo- nounced by SGA President AI
ember 3 at the home of Mrs. Dan Baptist Church Johns who opened the meeting to Mexico tional using scripture verses taken I Brooke and the student legislature
Daugherty on Lighthouse Circle. A family room, centered arounda with the devotional and call to Mrs Fox selected the Poinsettia from the twelfth chapter of Romans. -

large table overlaid with a prayer to discuss She gave a short resume I .
TRADE AT HOMEWAAS hnndseme lace cloth carried out Mrs. Cleo Braddnck conductedthe of Its origin and told of (hehlah ::11>)4 Music committee chairman,
- -- I he theme rf family worship Including business mccMng, after which degree of cultivation of flowers I Mrs Cliff Mctnnls, presented' the I
the home, the Dole: and Mrs. Katherine Williams presented and vegetables which the ) 4/ guest soloist, Titus J, Shave, Jr.,
the Church. the program "Worship And The Mexicans had attained prior to the -r't" who In Urn Introduced his selections
The guests were greeted by Ma Missionary Task." conquest by Carter Mrs. Fox ) <. a as being particularly sign) std
H f and Pa Five Points and Little BII. Present for the meeting were wound up her talk with the charming wr : t" ; flcant of citizens having rendered

fo 2 up t0e ly. Each lady was presented a cor. Mrs. Margarine Johnson, Mrs. folk tale abort how the Poinsettla xiy s'' great services to this community. e e.

-, sage with a ribbon streamer In. Flora Barber, Mrs Carolyn Reynolds got lit brilliant color when ___ ___ __ 0 His first selection was "Trees"
3 84 scribed, "As For Me and My Mrs. Nancllc Nease, Mrs. placed at the feel of the Virgin bya no which was a favorite of the late r
lluusc, We Will Serve The Lord. Lillian Still Mrs Mary Harper, little Mexican peasant girl. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linden Mr. Allan graduated from Fer- I Dr. D. G. Humphreys, and "Seng
hours Each table was covered with a Mrs Eloise Sill. Mrs Velma The m'tlnflnlshf'd/ on a note Baughman announce the engage. nandina Beach High School in 1957 of Hope" written the I late Mrs
r white linen cloth and centered Thompson.! Mrs Williams, Mrs. of hilarity during the reading of ment of their daughter, Susan I and received his Bachelor of Arts Kathcrlne A. a le'i., who was also ,
/ with a floral arrangement. A Braddock and Mrs. Johns. the following "Resolution" by Mrs Lynn to Lieutenant Andrew degree from Davidson College, the composer of our school's Alma
Smart Allan, of Mr and Davidson, North Carolina. He Is I
color scheme of red white and Winnie Williams, chairman of the Iii son Mater
Mrs. Stillwell Resolution Committee of the "Bigs Mrs. Andrew Smart Allan, Jr. a member of the Sigma Phi Ep. .
/ bins was carried out at vantage I Mrs Cecil Hall, program chairman ,
points of Wind" of District Four, as follows The brlde.elect Is a graduate of silos fraternity. Sl'rvlng'lth' the Introduced the guest speaker
Feted At StorKShower
.r Little Billy gave the welcome : Fernandina Beach High School United States Navy, he Is i Naval Rev. Donald Himmolman of the
ANTI PCISPIIAtJTGfan class of 1958, and attended Wesleyfttt '
after which dinner was served, TuesdayMrs. Discourtesy Resolution Aviator presently stationed In Prince of Peace Lutheran Church,
Io.y: College Macon Georgia.
the Young Woman's Whereas We the Resolution The Jacksonville.The who spoke on "Praver and Bible 0
pe1NAy p She Is presently employed by
sedan. Apptet.Ci I Later' In the evening "ShadowIn Dean Stillwell was honored Cholrman of the "Bags of Wind"of Children's Home Society of Flor. wedding will be an eventof Reading In Public Schools". Rev.
.ealy, on Tuesday evening with a stork have found It Increasingly Himmeiman emphasized the poa..Ib'e -
The Doorway" was presentedby District IV.
Stapes..tse ida, Northeastern Division, Jack. December 29. 1964 at St. Peter'sEpiscopal
shower given by Mrs Ruth Thorn. knowledge of the av.
Lack of
difficult to survive on
,. Flora Barber Mildred Hicks sonvllle.
/q. se.n
N ton and Mrs. Rita Tlensch, al the the exact and
.. erage citizen at to
Cleo Carolyn bread alone and
Sahssei Braddock Mary Harper, : -- --
I I home of Mrs. Thornton. i true ruling of the Supreme Court,
Reynolds. Pat Lyons and We, have found It Increasingly
Vie! sale a b.s fed, I, The hostesses presented the hon. Whereas of classes each week' at Syracuseand and the possible lack of responsiblllty WILL.BULOVA
Ruby Casterling. confined _
difficult to be Robert A
sots..,, e2' I oree with a lovely orchid corsage Gingles he will receive credit toward shown by churches and Its
I benedlc. within the four walls of a home I I
I Following the pastor's
: rear IMits 81 SO when she arrived. an advanced degree The courses members
thee those present made a friend.ship played without light; and are mainly In the area or public In.
Appropriate games were Chosen Mrs Richard Crumpler was
: DRUG STORE'! circle and sang, "Blest Be I ITM with Mrs Jlmmie Townsend winning I I Whereas We husband and 11) For Special administration reduced as a new member and

Tie"General the prizes. have long since passed the romantic "The FAA Is Interested In train. Mrs. Alvin Bayer 1''a. Otis Mecks,
I Many useful gifts were present "dining by candlelight" stage, FAA and Mrs Lowana Thompson were TIL CHRISTMAS
Atlantic At Sixth I, Training By ing supervisory personnel In management
: I Motors spent 1233 mil. and would prefer a well\ lighted
Stillwell In beautifully
I ed to Men a house guests.Following .
lira in advertising In 13.f decorated white baslnette adorn. dining area; so that the Florida I techniques, John L. the business session, I YOUR CHOICE Only $3995
Cunningham of the Washington
SYRACUSE. N. y Robert L.C1alll" .
Gardener be read with the
ed with net and ribbons.The aid of their may bifocals without undue 1800 South Fletcher Ave, C. FAA Training Division said the meeting was adjourned by the II MON1 MUM 17 I....'.. Etqultlt,

I home-made guests cake were null served, mints delicious, and eyestrain at meal time;; and Fernandlnt Beach, began classes I I I ;These men have already been I president.Hostesses were Mrs A. C. Mark. MpKtcit, In yillow hold or two whit itilmmirlni. du.wdnda i .
this week at Syracuse UniversityIn trained I In the technical areas, but I
; Han TheatrePhone coffee I Whereas' We have found that a the Maxwell Graduate School to broaden their knowledge In executive I ham, chairman, Mrs B. F. Dickens .T ((teem lun.d".11 outdoon.IT .
!i The following guests attended, pint of bath water does not make co-chairman, Mrs. F. A.Younablocd'Mre.'H. j It"iii, uIl.. oena, cottiliecl" "'I.r.
of Citizenship and Public Affairs. we are offering l WoW,Mock riiiitnt.Robison .
Mrs Mary Ellen McQueen.' Mrs one smell like Channel No.5, but J. Young'blood
He is one cf 20 Federal Aviation them special training The FAA l
: 261.4849 C E. Beach, Mgr. I Evelyn! Punier Mrs. Birbara I rather tends' In allow a faint odor Agency technicians participating I,I wants to acquire pool of potential Mrs: R N Wcod: Mrs. E.:
-- I Thornton. Mrs. Pauline Parrish, of polecat; and ,' P. Wilson, Jr. Miss Miriam Willis Co.
I fill vacancies Jewelry
In a )e r-long) Mid-career Executive I executives to : : ; 'I
FREE FREE! FREE Urs. Mildred. TboraUa. Urs. Linda Whereas, We, have found It In- Development Program within the agency" Mri E.!: R.: Willis I Miss Katherine -
I Campbell Mrs Jimmie Townsend I R. N. ,
find one's Whitney, Mrs Alday
creaslngly difficult to The technicians from 10 stales 317 A Uantle'e.
.. A Picture of the World Famous BEATLES Given Mrs. Joyce Tuten Mrs Following his semester at Syracuse Alverlon.I I
I way to the bathroom at 3 A.M., and Washington, D C., have been I 'and Mrs. Hayes B.
Awny To The First! 1.000 Admissions On Friday, Hazel Crisp, Miss Shirley Thorn. without the benefit of a night selected by the FAA to receive University, Gingles will be Phone 261.3635
Saturday, Sunday and Monday. ton, and Mrs Ruby Dcnham light: andWhereas special training. More than 300: I assigned to a special project at an "He who hesitates Is lost except I
." I The laundry Is mountain qualified FAA men applied for the FAA Installation. The training/ I bachelors" Lee Call' Af eras.pis...
FRIDAY & SATURDAY-- Hospital Auxiliary i high and wearing apparel Is ;I program. I program will be concluded next ton (tWyo.l) Star Valley' independent "Wh.,.,..... ar.'el, yd sown a,inlN/. ,

I getting! scarce; andWhereas I Gingles Is enrolled In 13 hours summer In Washington D C.
OCTOBER 9 & 10 Officers To Be "-- -
I The debris logs - -
: Friday 7:30:: Saturday 2:30:: & 7:30:: Installed Tuesday trees and gnrhagc left by DEMONIDORA )II
I makes l It impossible to see
: 2 Great Comedy Hits The Humphreys Memorial Ins.I i the street and constitutes I I a pr<'b. |

E "THE CADDY"JERRY pltal Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, lem of sanitation and Is crediting MO IERN COOKING. EiEcniC4iirfWITHTHISNEW !
I October 13 In the hospital dining a hazard to our Civic Boautlflca- .
:.. room al 1:00: pm. for a covered I I tion Program; Therefore Be ItI
dish luncheon, i I Resolved
:: TECHNICOLOR 'I Of!leers for the coming/ year \ That If any nf the members of c-
I are to be Installed at this meeting, the "Bogs of Wind" of District IV ,
-- Friday 9:23: : Saturday 4:23: & 9:23: and all members urged to attend begat girl child -. thnl member
I shall net name the "Begat Girl .Q

"NEVER TOO YOUNG" 'Moss Schedule For t Child DOIU: and
I BP It Resolved
= DEAN MARTIN JERRY LEWIS St. Michael's ParishFather That In the future no tree, FRIGIDAIRE Pull 'N Clean

I flower, vegetable or shrub be
.-. Leonnrd Duncan this | named DORA: and i
week announced the followingchanges Be It Further Resolved
I In the Mass schedule for That much sympathy be extend-
OCTOBER 11 & 12
St. Mknacls Parish ed to all members of District IV OvenRange
-f; sal Sunday 2:30:: & 7:30:: Monday: 7:30:: I They arc: < | i' of the Florida Federation"ofOar-1, t i ,'I II .

t)1e Fir Fill-I St, Michael's Churqh .-1 12nd and den Clubs who\ have been Inconvcnleneed ".
) ; Heathy ( < ngth potion I'cturc| OJ!
4th 6
I Runriny* s.m 1st,13rd and In any way by DEMON

"A HARD DAY'S NIGHT"THE Slh St.\Siindiss Peter's, Ham Clover's. Church i Be DORA It ;Further and Resolved !' at low low price!

lit 3rd and Slh Sundays Bam. That we Incarcerate the mem. p t ,
2nd and 4th I Sundays, Ham. lory of DEMON! DORA In a loca. ,
i Be Sure and Get Your Free Picture of the BcntleH Calluhan Church 9:30: am. lion where II will never be thought '

Special Matinee Sunday 2:30: Evening Devotions at St. Mich.ael' of again ,
Church will be on Tuesday i Winnie Williams
al 7:30: p.m. I I Chairman: : of the Resolution
_._ 'w"1 v
---- ---------- ------ --- -- --- -- ---- Q Pull
Committee of the "Bags of : Exclusive 'N Clean oven pulls out like .

i I' Wind"I of District: :IV. a drawer, clean it from the top.
The next I meeting will be at the
home 01Irs! Walter Preston on
: L B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CoY I Monday, November: 2nd, at three New, recessed, one-piece flowing top.-keeps

: o'clock. | spills on top for easy wiping.

Y Dr. B. F. Woolsey Caok-Master automatic oven control
," <.,
: Carrier I To Attend State tf j minds. oven cooking for you.

In OctoberDoctor \4t _._'
,' 'll Spud-Hut unit gives you "Instant heat"when
I' B F. Woolicy. Directorof "t
seconds count.
: AIR CONDITIONINGHEATINGICE the Nassau County Health De.I : : K
will attend the State "
I I' Association of Superintendents Easy cleaning top-with self-cleaning

MAKING MACHINERY !School Health program to be held .;; units and Porcelain Enameled drip bowlsl!
In Gainesville on October 8. Co-
:w ...SALES SERVICE INSTALLATIONS. / :i operating groups ore the Florida Steragefor family supply of pots'and
Slate Board of llenltli and the tl
: Florida Medical Association pans with 2 storage drawers-1 full-width,

-- I .# <. Dr. Woolsev will also attend 1 waist-hi h.
the Florida Public Health Association
I -. meeting In be held In West

/ Palm Beach on October 24. 2.1

I ; ';r. ..tv and lath where he will participateIn Liberal Trade-In Allowanceseasy
i iE
I': / the State Health Officers meeting -
and Maternal and Child
t Health: also Public Health Nursi terms
i Committee/ meeting to be held
E j 261-4892 | with the Florida Public Health

: Association meeting I

-: 1104 S 8 STREET | "The love of adventure the lure ::

of the unknown, are not only for FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.

: We Service Everything We Sell ,i The the young Fountain but of for Youth all mankind Is men. '

t |I cal condition"! Franklyn Clam !
Afton IN. Y.I/ Enterprise.

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I ____ 'I i ivew.wiiii t hellidCl1111a i neuen' hlbrtdailfidrisuay, juooer e, /Jtli rajcerivjTHE
Quarrier 4-H .__ _
PERSONALS Miss Lyn Wins State

Mil L. E. Walter and her I While here they visited her moth. Contest Trip To National Congress I Women's/ Competition Announced For I

father Mr, W, M Brooks, attendedthe er, Mrs Lee YoungMood and Mr, I

Mount Ennui Baptist Church I lcmntblood: They had as guests I Miss Lyn Quirrler has won first I Northeast Fair Slated October 14 17

Homecoming held last Sunday In while at the beach Mrs WilliamS olio In the Florida! 4.H Home

Albany, Georgia, I Yaiet and daughter, Vit'kle.H.\ Improvement competition, Ani. The NoillirflKl. Fl irlda Fair 1\11I''I B Advanced

Dr and Mn Merrill Llnbirk of and Mr, and Mrs Morris Skipper live of Callahan where she hat I lie ,i!HII I In (the' public em (kt' be, III, Advanrtel street wear

Atlanta were the weekend guests all of Jacksonville pent the 13 years of her life Lvn 141 rnlrlii. \ In he cxlibliel! IV. Aehnnciel annuls

of Mr and Mrs. Bob Douglas. anil 11 and Mrs Jerrell Norton of wins a trip to the National 4.H "+ta 11 mid' x' drought In the fill, V', Advanced niter 3, '
I Congress In Chicago Illinois n 1 11'11111111>. nn :Meindiy\ OcleUri\ .
She ,
Mr and Mrs. Turn Blatihfoid Colorado>> Springs, Colorado, anoouflce VI. AelvamiJ! sewing ,for clilcliin :
I "
I will, lly to Chicago en November Milli ratio In the' women a h illel under 12
Mr and Mr, Wayne Stewart the birth of a son Gre 12fl, along with, other Stale 4.H win' mil I"i be' i"('KM,'reel, Ixtvuen I unit
VII. Advance' I fir chilI
gory Scott, October 7 nt the AirForce sew nt? -
and Mr, Gene Edwards returned xers Slute t Staff members B p m
elicit I, I li.
to their home In nidrmnl. Virginia Academy Hospital The little I Gordon te4'd Mini Betty Mifflln : I .11,lUii;. 11m ta'tr' l 11I1If'1'l min Tue'n, ovci
lad weighed 7 Ibs. I :Mrs V VIIIdvine, for .
oz sewing mature
on Friday after ,
spending a eli\ Odlllll'r.I.\ aid the Fair
week here with Mr Stewart Norton will be remembered as The \atlimil l 4H Cengrem wll' :a\y e. open to the public on \UeliienUvmnl years imir 11 '

mother, Mrs Louise Stewart, I the forrrer Beverly Ann Wood, be attended by the outstanding I I i' UIt li) DO) am. IX Girls' from ID II yeses modeling .
daughter 1 of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph I if .
4 H and guts from the Allo'wu (iiiinlv rifclelents" are own lIarl111'lIt
boys 1
over : "
Mr and Mrs. F, I. Scllcy nnd Wood of this city, Paternal grandparents '' entire United Mates; /Here they 1,...., ,. ur."d ti pill: 'dpiile In the fur X, (:.iris' trim II.IBcsr> mnilrlintf -
son Frederick IIf Watu'hula >ent ore Mr, and Mrs O. ''
si ,
I es n girmcnlt
will share learning experiences i I 1':1111'1': i Sour' [1\1'1'11111'1'. hind wetkme
the weekend with Mrs Scllryi Norton of Jacksonville, C'I I ; I .t ,t the blank hl'I,1nlld I, mall
and see points ef Interest that will 1 >! I' .,, ) el !!"ud Is. mirmiili. tie
parents., Mr and Mrs. Frank lur.shlmer I Friends of Mrs E V, Garcia cause all ambitious 4.II membersto t ,/. : (", mi iml xuppuit the file. nt the ImimdintelyNMr .

I will regret to hear of her Illness I I strive for this trip and the Achievement :t. I'llII'1 i .:mmta 1', miles :Not!) of

Mr and Mrs. B, M Marks, who anT confinement In U, S, Naval that sires with It, j\ ,. .'se CillilunHhrn. I .
have been visiting In Fernandina I Hospital at Jacksonville. Miss Cynthia Wells, a C,It,han .. .; ) GOODS: Baked Bonds l

Beach, left Tuesday for their I High School Junior, f'elvl'dIon./ .. .. ....J _" : will hp entered dilly: Xr.l'omllt..r'l i I : OF rnirs MAKMR -
home In Charleston, West Virginia, Little Miss Bonnie Quattlebaum orable Mention In the area of r I cud mixes are to be used Entries

lis recuperating at home from Injuries Home Economics. She has done i lly Next she drew plans for meeting w. J t all uld be entered by 12 oclnk I I

,I received In an automobile an outstanding Job In several areas I these needs planning not only i"l daily I

mishap last Friday of Home Economics I I for closets. storage areas, draw ii' Q tick breeds on Wednesday I ADDRESS

Sat It with I Mrs Ray Schema his just re. Lyn has been a 4.II member for en but divisions of these including \easl biendiion Thurndiy Cakes Ii I

turned by plane from Mayo Clinicat 5 years She first became Inter. I inventory list of Items to be RKTIFS FIRST full length motion picture ".\ and riHikiea on Friday and pies CATAGORY
esled In beef cattle and her horse stored In ( |
SAKBETE1Concrete each Rutinlav,
area pn
St Francis Hospital In Rochester HARD Dm NIGHT" will he ,shown nt the linn Theatre :NAME OF PERSON MODELING
Rebel, She has retained an interest \MIIDN SIIOW: There will he
A retired Inrlo helped' do the
MinnesotaT Sunda and
11 nnd Mill-
> Monday, 12. Special
Mix In these while broadening her actual earpenterv work Lyn did a Fashion Show on Tlutr.day
Strong icientificilly proportioned, H Meek was the visitor of Interest to Include a variety of tub I the sanding, staining and painting nee Sunday, beginning at 2:30.: night Oetebrr) 11th at 1 click. I IIII GARMENT: -.--.--

quality controlled Just add water Mr and Mrs E N Roberts on Jests, luch as public speaking ,I She had planned the use of color - -- I I I Cirmcnti In enter fur judgingmust

For setting ill kinds of posts Wednesday and Thursdiy of lost foods clothing home Improvement I, throughout the house and punted hate been made within the DESCRIBE: GARMENT -

O week Mr Meek Is the Works career exploration leadership j I the Interior of the home herself Nassau Schools To Observe National list year 121 Fnlrv blanks slioild

Manager of the Union Carbide? money management! health |I Treatment of the windows be,. mill: 'd I In Mri T B Viells Jr.,
90 LB Or. Division with of- and safety usIng t illninn. October ,
Corporation hv Saturday
a variety of window styles School Lunch Week Set October 1117By
rice In New York City Lyn became Interested In home I I draw im:h. 131 nixing U based on the
<< I I Improvements Interest t In as drapes, fabric shutters, fdlmlnii classifications! : I IA. theWAFT
.thL.hyt I fabric shades. cornices ec! were use
$1 s70e1111N General Motors spent $233 million her own room she re. planned and made by Lyn. She also a special act of Congress/ two ante of school limrh Two years HKilmers!: lunmin having made

In advertising In 19G3t I arranged and redecorated H For I IEvents had the experience of making yean ago, Nassau County will ob ago cafeteria served 411of the \less than;; :: 10 outer: Rirminla) i iI I
Day !In April she selected I draperies, slip coven, working serve National School 1 Lunch). Wick, school's avenge dally attPn,Innrr, I I. Uckliiniri modeling I tote gnrim .
', the topic of Decorating a Teenage frames for mirrors and pictures October \U.17, 14 In a varietyof ''nnd lost mini I )'l'n'r served "I. 'n is.
atl/llll l-/tYlll Girls Boom She did an ex. ways, j 78'f.) Ncm. as of the end of Se'ptomhrr II. Dculrnerii sewing fur> chlldien I
I'....... I.',CI.... '>o YoU.KNOW ? I ecllent job of showing how a girl I I Perhaps the most outstanding A number of Interesting facts I 725 more boys and girls under 12

fits her personality to furniture I achievement of her project wasaccepting about school lunch arc: are being served In May An average -

Nassau Building THE FlORIOIrnURIST arrangements and color preferences : the storage problems tit/ It Is the largest food serviceIn of 4100 are nerved dully I
presented by her family In their
INQUSTRY IS WORTH Her dcmonstritkn' carried 'the' Nation Your school lunch prrtnnnel Iswell
*1 I65500000O AND 19APPROOf her to slate compelIIIon She also I home, finding a solution to these ((2)) It provides the best meal trained and docllc-nlwl (10 (thl' MECHANIC SPECIAL
& Supply Co. \ (.TIMES NLflRQER Inspired (those seeing her demon probl'mslrtllnll/ the storage! area for the best price task of providing children with
worked and
O/ Bt rat Ion to Improve t their out completed, yet .
t rooms. ID It li mm profit.
t'CITRUS ;,, the down It good nutrltlnun meads for mrnl:il
1129 I S. 8th Street t4. This interest stimulated Lyn totackle I keeping cost so that ((4) School food service Is worth and physical growth
\ j li a three.ft:,\Id task of. I Hi: was an achievable goal Hi salt because It provides your '
(Phone 261-3618 INDUSTRY I Will In Thnnki1!
Join laving 58 CADILLAC
Lyn Is junior al Callahan High
\ Storage In the Home, <121 Cilir a child wllh the energy he needs to You arc the Rrl'atl'sU"AI
ordination throughout the School She plans on college after grow and to be a good student
(3)( ) 'Window treatment I finishing high school, hut has not (ill All children are eligible for POWER
tOn; ALL
Hi me." Here' she yet decided between a career In school I lunch regardless of race, l II the raw with all "flat"fishes : -

studied tile house! as It was and i Veterinary medicine and Interior color or creed; and whether or not In l the young flounder rx
JESS GRIFFIN storage needs of the entire rum.II' decoralien he can pay all part or none of I hibllrd: nt Marlnrlnnd of Florida; : FIRST CASH

--- the cost of the lunch one eye rrd rate< over to the oilier $34000

(tel The well tide or the head and the lull "|M'mil
menus are planned
PAINT CONTRACTOR food Is the real of Its life tin Its tide with
prepared by qualified personnel
\ The and Is then served wllh both oil on the tip aide, TAKES IT! ,

INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR the greatest pride u

(7)( ) You can't teach a hungry Newspaper( readership l Is up In BANKAT
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE Garden BasketBY child This business of growing I the U S. Some 82%;{ if, men and FLORIDA NATIONAL
8O'/ of women Mad a newspaper|
i ip Is hard wotk Children need! the
energy they get! from their lunchesat ) I each diy ai compared with ""'(? FERNANDINA BEACH

Reasonable Terms All Work GuaranteedFREE JANE SCGFIELD School I, I oocl Is fuel for growth, I and 711''h lunt year .to _
Our subject this week Is that stock was given these flowers because '181 learning about soling Is Im
ESTIMATES and Its fun Your 'hoe) I
II'I beautiful spike flower, slock It their petals flared like thr porlanl si -
munch Is (inch ilissroom, -- :
likes our climate here, our fall. I I type of collars called stocks which. room a 'f -
514 SOUTH llth IHONE.261.t532 what and
where children learn
winter, and early] spring seasons mrn wore several centuries allo.I Suburban\ :
..I being just right for it, It may be I I The stuck belongs! to the same low to>> cat \
planted now and will begin bloom. family if pinms as mustards, lur (rot A sliiulman' may be terrific, P pa ) Gas Service Anywhere }' :
Ing In /late winter or very early I II but a nl'inled man Is pufhc'lit. Our I >
nips. and! cibbages, It Is known _
children should be allowed to
I spring!:, It Is one of those opting! not
blooming flowers which give extra as the Crucifer Family or Cruel have their mental and physl<'u! j
Just Arrived I !erne Ircm the fort that the flowers .
dividends for having been fall growth ntunlel.Nausea < of Us members all have busl
planted and allowed to County hll is planni M'v.
'tills in the
rally I lour pe arranged
ral acllvllles In nburrvanie ol
through our cool winter weather,
NEW SHIPMENT I a hardy cold loving! plant rather form of a cross. Alyssum am 'his special( occasion There will
I I candy-tuft also' belong! to this famlly '
I than a heat loving one With this M> slouiin and pister conksU In
dues the walllluwer
statement It probably will not several schools These posters will
I bloom according ;to the time outlined I 'jo judge! for neatness, content of

on seed pickits for the dif I Church of God material orlUnulily, etc? mid/ will

SANJDRANLINOLEUM forent varieties which timings/ are I II Of 'w put In prominent places and/ ,
I based on spring planting In ell Prophecy Opens in many en sen, awards will bl'Ivrn.

I mates which have long cool springs Revival October 11 \( .
and not the sudden descent of hot Many of the smaller ihllelrcn.
weather which we have. I' Tie Church of God of Prophecy ire Uuulit by their li'achi,'rs 11' he

corner tilt and Date Sis? will conduct ipprecl ilive-. and they write notes
Young stork plants are now :
a revival beginning Oclobei f appreciation to (their linnliroe
ready on the market In two kind.
I 11. eenllniilng through October 25, 'adios, Ihise small children fre
12 Ft. $*i 75 Running 'I,I the lO- allcd seven week type Ilie Kcv Bill Ik.nnls. of Louis Trendy, are given hone rary me'in.
which foot little
grows a or a more
Widths J/ Foot tall and has numerous branched' title. Ky will speak etch cvenlni lII'rshlll| In a "Clean) IM des ('lull"
at 7,JO p m, bringing pnwcrfu Some ef the high nluols will
spikes of flowers In a good rangeof /
I' messages and prayer for the lick mve slulints. to write tliemts and
col irs. and the giant Imperial i
weeks Time will be special slngln ussy in the Importance of good
stock which lakes several
each evening and Mrs /Dolly Hall II silt rilien: .
longer to come Into bloom glows
Jlttlltei {fl tuiflUrai pastor extends a cordial Invita Nassau County Is growing In sire
I much larger, and produces many I
I lion le> everyone to attend and in awareness of the Imllurt.I.
branches of flowers with longer

$$29 urlt !\T&3T. i tno 4 2(4.434)( items and luw.cf JII'IIft.101' cut '. ,t
floutri lieu Kl'int Imperial 'type t> .' Make r ,
much more usefil but the earlier ( i ip

and more dwarf plants make an I I \VlfJ
attractive border In the gardin I r I *

There Is also a column type stock i t m m$33s&i3& ?SV

I which produces one magnificent/
LAY-AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS spike and does nit branch al all.

I We have grown A variety of this f

known as Paelllc Pink" and
1i 71
found It very lovely The cilumn I +

stocks are florist Blocks, although I

they can be garden grown and r
plants are not usually obtainable
so the average gardener must

grow them from seed

s s sI i Usually the young sloth plants

, are offered In mixed colors only
I i Available In 14.K and one must raise them from I II

i =sb-/ =-_ yellow or white gold, .seed If separate colcrs are waul r ,T
, :I colors white pink
ed. Stork are

= n -= NOW ONLY$12950 I yellow, lavender red and a deep WHEN STORMS STRIKE. .
, = purple Much work has been deneto ,t.

produce a hg! percentage of ';f

I = = Easiest CREDIT I II i. town ,I double I flowers; most batches of .::'. Is it COLD BEANS !

I seed now producing about ilghty Curry Is a quick trick If canned seafood ii used But remomlier .lA
five per rent double Hewers If that the success of any curry dish i and thereon* hunlridaof varla-
I the gardener raises his own plantshe tins, depends heavily on the sauce making The llonlcn J I Kitchen by CANDLELIGHT ?
[ LADIES RIN6 can discard the weaker plants ,, home economists point out that curry sure! mad with creamed
which are apt to be tingles! Stocks cottage cheese added ll extra delicloua It oleo l multiplies the protein
I I value of the seafood and the milk. Her I U a aimple aeafuud
> location and! rich s"ll. :
yp TOTAL WEIGHT 4 CARAT I like a sunny curry that sure to please, Dining by candle light may be very romantic, but most people like their beans ;

j ONE CARAT When these lowers were first I !leaf.... Carry: hot. And, you can have beans or any other food piping hot IN ANY WEATHER ::

SOLITAIRE LOOK brought Into gardens from (their (Makes ese.Jaulf Clip.ruil) If have modern Suburban =
a and
j r't' 4t4 I you gas range dependable Propane gas serv-
(I wild haMPd I II Europe they were 1-sx.( ) can crabmeat 2 tablespoons celery flakes
, 'o jf Stunning creation in not only far removed In beauty I 1(7.1/2-as.( ) can minced i*. 1 ((5i.) can watenhcitnutl, Ice .. the ttorm'proof combination. eJ j 1'=

14.k yellow or white gold. from what we have today but they I elamswelldreined i. chopped (;optional) -
:/ were ml even called 'Stocks. i iI 2 tablespoons onion flakes Don't let power failure kill your enjoyment of delicious, "healthy' hot meals' ;w

; A REAL VALUE AT- Along with the carnatie, and the I Mix erahmeat and minced etami Cover the onion and celery GO GAS-Suburban Propane gas beyond the gas mains-before the next -

I I Ix I wallflowers, they were called Gil- flukes with water, tiring to a boil and simmer for 10 mlnutei to storm strikes, ( \= ,
r,. i 50 often Add flakes to crab-l m mixture, stir Into Curry &auc. t :_...
$99FOWLER'S litlowers' originally due to the e,: II.
-'i. =
e I shape of the leaves of the three II | Curry Sane J ,. .... ,,c 1
plants being rather like the keel 1/4 cup butter.. 1/8 teaipoon lemon Julc PHONE WRITE OR STOP IN TODAY fOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
I I 1/4 cup flour 1.1/4 cups homogenized milk
of a boat The original Greek word
1 teaspoon curry powder 1 cup creamed cottage cheeR
I I of that meaning had been karyo.
1/8 teaspoon pepper
phyllon but with the passing of Melt butter la aaucepan Remove from heat Blend In /flour,curry Suburban Propane i
'I JEWELRY time aid translation Into dlfrerentI.nllu'in pepper and lemon Juice, stir In milk Look over medium "heat until

I It went through such mixture i thickens, Add cottar cherae Heat until mixture bubblei: South 7th Street | i Phone .261-3661: =
1 auger ai Glroflee, GUofre, Gillier, stir vigorously to blend la then Stir in crab-clam nlitur. Ileac :
; ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 2N-342I to Outflow and'! then dlltflower! for H mmvtci. Serf in individual\ scallop shells or over tout I' -'
The story goes that the name point.


Pare Six _News-Leader: Fernandmn Bench, Florida Thursday, October 8, 1964 OS stand of arms, quantities of
'- commissary and quartermaster for suit-making, 65.200 gallons

| Schomss kicked i off lo Green I touchdown Alvarez kicked the extra stores, over 200 fine horses and each; 300 bushels of salt; 31 wag.
Pirates ScuttleContinued Cove and the Blue Devils could I point to make the score, 26.0. excellent mules, seventeen wag. ons and several largs casks: 500

not do too mush with the Pirate I In the final minute of the ball y s a i our, and over 400 head of cattle, curds of wood' ; 150: building, dwell.
I ,
( From Page One) I defense and frrnandlna took pos. I' game Nt.bin Intercepted a Cove y 4s already brought within our lines, log houses of employees and
', session of the ball after a Green pat on the Fernandina 40 and besides over taro contrabands who sheds storehouses, etc? besides
score, but a 15.yard holding pen Cove kick on their own S yard line, I returned to the Cove 44 and the followed us with Inn greatest en. other damage All of this was tho

ally nuliflcd the score and the PI i Nobles ran for 3, then Barry Pirates womcd the ball la the 4 sv tb thuslasm, The prominent among pnperly of the Confederates and
rater had the ball on the 20 yard Green Cove 35 a* the lame came t f t J the Rebel officers taken and already although It Is probable that they
added 3 and Schrmn made It
line, Schamas rammed for I. Ihena ( a to an end brought In our lines are may cguin be rebuilt It Is certain
Fcrnandini fumble was reese.reed first disc on the rcrmndlna 16.I The win wis I the most Imprct Brigadier General William F. An. hit t a net'ere blow has been struck
| Beryl ran for 9 and Barry made al the rebel forces In "
by Green Cove on their own live game played by the Pirates demon, of the militia, and Colonel Georgia
It first down on I lie IcrnundlnaI
11 yard line a for the season a* Coach Be'nni'r A. B. Montgomery, a West Pointer .
I 135. Beryl raced to the 41 for another The Publlck Occurrences, pub.
Green Cove moved the ball fir
shock up hit lineup In an effort to I of the regular Confederate
two ,qu1Lk lint downs 'In I'lie( first tint down. Sehomas added get a scoring combination Army, commanding I the District I of llihcd In Boston on Sept 25, 161O! ),
half of ploy ended with Green Cove 5 and Barry took off! for 23 yards West Florida. Although In consldrratlon was the first newspaper In the
!la possession on Uiettu'own 33 and a first 1 down on the Green The Pirate defense was good of the character of the I United States and was Immed.
yard line Cove 25 Sehomas added 7, then again/ as they have been during lately suppressed by the govern
I fight our loss Is not Urge yet It
To begin the second half Seho. a 15 yard r*'nally put the ball on the previous : ::1th played, and I Is felt by the whole command". ment
with J the ce I offered
the Green Cove 9 where Barry I II -- --
fiat klcVrtl off to Gr<*a,Cove and Asboth reports that among those
Rice raced fur the touchdown along Kith the defense Coach Ben-
the Pintle defense held} and rer I killed was Captain M. M. toeing.
Aharei kick \I'Ullde and ncr may have come up with a
nandlna took over on (IMr- own 29i I Seventh Vermont Veteran Veilun
the score stood, 1J.0I winning tnmhlnatlnn for the remalmlir DOZIER & GAYPAINTS
yard line Sehomas ma.4F' Beryl 'I II of the leers, Assistant Adjutant General:
ran for a first down on the Pirate Bill Miller kicked off for the season and Lieutenant Ayer, Second
45, Nobles) ran for 4. Beryl gainedone Pirates and on the return the ball Beryl Rice, Duane norland and Maine Cavalry. Among the wounded .
.and.Alvarez made; a first was tumbled with Buck Bibb havIng I Mike Plkula led the Pirates In are Majors Hutchinson and
down on the Cove 39; harry Rice a hind on the ball, but lost It tatklei' with Jack Barnlik Joe i Cutler, Second Maine Cavalry: FOR
ran for 5, Alvarez 4 and, Sehomas j and Niblees recovered on the Stores, Barry Rice Buck Bibb, I Captain Stanley and Lieutenants
for s first down on the Cove 26. Green Cove 34 Harry Mills ram. Steve Bevllle, Jim Young PeeWee I Adam and Moody of the sameregiment -. --

Alvarez fumbled and Barry Rice I med for 3 and Nobles ran for a Nobles Carl Anderson, Alan JOUR BOY SCOUTS WERE HONORED with the rank of Star Scout at the September and Lieutenant Rowley, 'Best For The South'Shiell's
recovered for Cove 10. Nobles I Brnny getting In I
a yard iljctss, then first down on the First Florida Cavalry another of
Boy Scout Court of Honor Each In turn presented their mothers with a minia
on a number of tackles
Barry raced lo the one yard line then raced over the goal for a the o
General aides He also
I :
to make It first and 1 $,oal"Bt the I touchdown but another penalty nul. I The Pirates enjoy a night oft ture Star Scout pin. Shown from left are, Scoutmaster of Troop 213, Ernest Valero, "I myself was also honored by

line, Alvarez sneaked iovfiji.then llfled, the score but on the next this Friday and will be on the I Robert Bedford and Mrs. Bedford, Hydie Peterson, III and Mrs. Petersonilliam the Rebels with two balls the

kicked the extra point to, make j play. Alvarez tossed a long pass road next Friday night when they Harvey and Mrs. Harvey, Ben Dickens and Mrs. Dickens and Fred Townsend, dis first In the face, breaking the J I Grocery
the score, 13-0. "'" to Miller In the end zone for a travel to Macclenny to play the trict representative. BSA. cheek bone, the other fracturingmy 211 ATLANTIC AVE.
---- Baker County team In another -- left In I "
I arm two places Because
Keystone Conference game, of his wounds. Asholh cm- i j PHONE 261-9033
,::11' I'I' -I
r FLORIDA barked at Washington Point on

Me the steamer Llrzle Davis which

$885,116.51 I 100 YEARS AGO was carrying the other woundedand I
Now : the prisoners. The Union
i (Continued From. Page One) I I force In charge of Colonel I L. L. I
Published by Zulavsky, 82nd U S. Colored Infantry .
M HUM approved by the Commlssle I FLORIDA LIBRARY AND Is being ordered to "move
'n for Districts 2, 3. 4 and SIs down the Santa'Rona r
IctIt 1123 mills and In I>ls. ) CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL Island to Fort Plekens, I'
trod One 18.41 mills. DlstrlclOne
as I where
COMMITTEE they are expected to arriveon
milligo( Includes 1.28 mills I the 4th, .
208 Valencia Avenue, after a march of
REASONABLE for control and 1.90 mills ;
mosquito over 400 miles"
_..... Coral Gables Florida 33134
sink' If
for sihiHil bond Interest and
fund f Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, October 2 The U. S. schooner i
University of Florida 0. H Lee his arrived this
M Is broken down follows morn. I
lljgo at :
forBeautiful7 Florida Raids . Significant
Mlllage;! Is broken down ss followsGeneral : ing at Key West from Boston and I
Florida Events for October 1864
: Fund, 3.40 mills: Fine and .C is being ordered to blockade duty
October 1 Confederate Secretary
Forfeiture Fund, 1.00 mills; Bond off the coast near St. Marks.
of War James A. Seddon Informs
/ Interest and Sinking Fund .32 October I
>ured9Iedldc Governor Milton that FlorIda Union Assistant
mill; Public Health, .74 mill: Hum. Adjutant General W L. M
..'" troops, called up as a result Burger $295HARDEE
Memorial Hospital,
phrcys of the governors proclamation of today Instructs General Hatch to
mills and the mosquito control
.' dJu "lallolld : July 30, 1864, will be furnished
ts and school bond mlllage for Amc- take Immediate steps to prevent I
Ha island as shown above 1500 arms by the Confederate yellow fever, which Is "now more BROS.

General school) fund mlllage has Nk government or less prevalent at New Berne,
ande4'zJOunceni'enl been set at 4.22 mills and county. Union Brigadier General Alexander North Carolina, from making Its ATLANTIC AVE.

.. wide school district fund mlllageat Asboth, commanding the appearance within the Departmentof
Federal District of West Florida. the South (South
422 for a total school mlllage
:: ; of 844. This mlllage will produce a reviews his activities since his Georgia and Florida>)>: "
$ attack on Euchee Ann Court. therefore please
total of $M3,773,16. see carOlloa'1
The general l fund, fine and for. House, Walton County, September camps and all Register NowFor
: .:.. fclture fund, bond Interest and 123, In a report Issued today: 'Af grounds within your
"All Styles And Types Of EngravingWE sinking fund, public health and ter having escorted, by two com- Immediately and
Humphreys Memorial Hospital J ponies of the First Florida Cavalry ed and cleansed. and that lime isprofusely I 'Annual

mlllage will produce $438,7:>5.35. the prisoners and arms taken, used, particularly about I
control and the A.L.L B.0 A R.D the Hobo with contrabands and other In. the sinks General
ALSO The mosquito A- Special for the Fair! inll"I I PuntPassKickContest
school bond mlllage for Amelia Leaves Wednesday and Thursday nights from the Wom | cumbrances, down to the Four Mile I ec that
Landing (Le Grange), Choctaw. Instructions be
given to the
of fie-
Island will $12048057
ENGRAVED an's Club at 8pm. sharp. Be there to find out about .
The total 1964 lax roll will be hatchee Bay, and after having de.I ers commanding out'posts to admit -
LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS .103,0119,08.. Each II000 valuation "The Hobo'a Fare to The Fair. It will be an unbelievably | strayed on the ChoctawhatcheeRiver no deserters or refugees until

of non.exempt property will pro entertaining: trip and you're invited. by another detachment, they have been strictly and rigidly .
ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY duce $15.25 In the county and 118- \ : Douglas Ferry and all of the quarantined. You are requested PRIZES OFFERED

,41 on Amelia Island system and subject to future contract smaller boats In the vicinity, I to keep this matter as quiet as
I FFA To InstallContinued awards are Alpha.Numeric f proceeded with the main com possible," I Boys 8-13 Years 1,
.. I generators and Mosaic displays. mand to Huctt Bluff Cerro Gor. Confederate Lieutenant\ General

See Samples At HELP ( From One) The Alpha-Numeric system will do, and crossing the river the fol W. J. Hardee has toddy assumed GIL MZCAKHONDO, 1
I I Page day, September 25 In a command of the
provide aircraft position displayed lowing[ Department of Director
I STOP magnitude Into other FAA.operated correctly and accuratelyon small scow, I followed up my advpnce South Carolina Georgia and FlorIda .

l'rnan MALICIOUS u I JtWOODS facilities and will provide Information radar scopes along with associated speedly via Campbelltowni relieving Major General Sam FOR REGISTRATIONAND
ina l1each NculsIcuJtcrPHONES at to the best use to be Identification tag. The tag i I Marlanna I which; place I 'took Jones who Is being assigned to' FURTHER

rf made of the system through refinement actually letters and numbers, Identifies 1 on the afternoon t of the 27th, after command the newly created District INFORMATION
a sharp engagement, returning of South Carolina, ,, STOI'IN
161 bs6! 1d1,41i$7 of operating procedures'. the aircraft and providesdata i
BURNING Contract totalling $72 Million such as aircraft altitude, I the following night via Vernon to October 8 Federal Lieutenant TODAY AT

for three components of the total flight Identification and other In. < Washington Point, at the head of W P, Randall, commanding the I I

We Represent One of the Largest and Best system have been awarded. In. formation required by the controller the Choctawhatchee Bay, where I U. S bark Restless, on blockade I Lasserre Motor
stallatlon of the equipment will| for the safe, expeditious reached In safety the steamer duty at St. Andrews Bay, reports I

Engraving Firms In The United States begin In 15 The system Is expected handling of air traffic Tho Mosaic Lizzie Davis with provisions for that yesterday and today boats
I to be fully operational by display will have the capability of my command. Although on the from his ship successfully de. Company
whole line of march, from the 'I
mid 1967. combining radar information from stroyed 50 boilers for salt-making,
International Business Machines two or more radar antenna sites I Choctawhatchee to the 500.1,000 gallons each; 90 kettles'

--- ---- Corporation of Roekvlllc, Miry Into one display. A long.sought River and down to the Chlpola'' -- -- ---
land was awarded a $29 Million' feature the Mosaic display will the Choctawhatchee Bay

contract for a central computer provide Is the capability of orient. troops were constantly In close I
complex Burroughs Corporation ing sectors to traffic flow rather vicinity of my column, with cre.1 PRICE US BEFORE YOU BUY!
of Paoll, Pennsylvania will pro than being constructed to Individual quent skirmishes with my
vide common civil.military digitizers radar. guard, they give us battle only |
YOU KNOW ? (CO) under a $2,6 Million | at Marlanna. which resulted In a''
award. Raythvnn Company of Most counties In Florida have brillant victory for my command.
North Dluhlon, Massachusetts will local laws concerning spear-fish. The (first charge upon the town

provide radar bright display equip Ing bkln.diving and netting See with the Rebel cavalry In front I 11829!) NORTH MAIN STREET
meet tRDBEI) under a $17 Million your conservation officer for details : formed In line of battle and the :
contract! I I militia sharp shooters concentrat. "Your North Jacksonville Furniture Dealer"

The IBM control computer complex I ed In the grave.yard church, and '' Name Brand Merchandise
IT IS UNLAWFUL I other buildings the left flank
IBM Model 9020 Is the
dorsal fin and
At birth, the '
heart of the semi.automated system of the narrow path through whichwe We Give Personal Service and
of the Infant porpoise
.. ..
The computer will had to pass was repulsed. The ,
prepare of Florida Too
born at Marlncland are Savings
and distribute flight plan Information second however, led by myself, I
For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fic to control positions as well as soft However and ,flop In the as the first Infant two swims weeks was a brilliant and successful one, I'' Free Delivery '

calculate aircraft flight time over and all my troops except the repulsed ,
titious Name Unless The Name Is Registered predetermined fixes or geographical of Into development position and, they become straighten stiff battalion of the Second Call Collect For Free Decorating

locations, Eventually, through Maine Cavalry behaved with the Service
s* system refinement It Is expected I utmost gallantry and secured for I

that the computer will be able to Trade At Home our raid a most decided success Area Code 305 Phone 765-5558 _

Read This Florida Law. do many other functions,, A con. We captured 81 prisoners of war,
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troller however, will always retain -- -. -- ----
I responsibility for the preparation -
: and Issuance of all control
"II.nh.ull be unlawful for any person' or persons! (us defined herein, to engage in Instructions, I J- 1 :

business as hereln l defined, under a fictitious tunic /an herein defined, without and The common dltlll/er"' <11)1) devcl '. l -
pert by tin Y'A.and designed
unlcsx Maid fictitious name shall be registered with (he clerk of the circuit court of and planned to nuct reileril Aviation .

flii county where.'the' principal place of business is, which registration shall consist! I Defense Agency common- system IXpartnunt require-of if' I

wTfilinfr with the;"clerk; aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons, I ml'nls.11I translate primary ra. .s.

stating under oath the name of all those interested in the business enterprise, the i I dar eeliocs as well as mcondury
radar beacon returns from all air-
extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which wild business! is I craft: equipped with beacon trans.

carried on. Said' registration not be made until the or desiringto pointers, into digital messages acceptable .
may person persons bv tho central computer SERVICE YOU YOU NAME IT

engage in business l under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their Intention complex. These common digitizers CAN COUNT ON ,
(CD) may also display weather WE DO IT .
to register! Bald fictitious name at least once n week for four ((1)) consecu Information received by radar an.
From 'er
tine weeks in sojne. newspaper as defined by law: in the county where said registration tenna while rejecting! returns filling up ton DEPENDABLE! SAFE SURE Our expert, experienced
complete check and
caused by noise Interference This car mechanics check
Is to be made, and said registration! shall not be accepted by the clerk of the jour
equipment will be used at four overhaul, see IM for When it comes to car car make

circuit court except upon receiving proof of such! publication. remote radar antenna IHs serv. service fat and light. sen icing it pays to For jour sake' I let us !r thorhlr't mod.
lug the Jacksonviller Route put jour car s wheels I in orate oll t.1l
Traffic Control Center! corn to us, From minor "
You: Are'Engaged In Business Under Name Other Than Raytheon radar bright display repairs!) t 0 a complete alignment.
Any (RIBK) [ 1 Stop herewith
equipment nw In use at I tnethaulWe I. ''Reliable Service I 1 Drive in

Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd i most viewed FAA under ARTC virtually ficilltir all Hunting can be ease Do The Job RI.bl.i All Work Guaranteed II! for fast

conditions. Mounted! either hori and KO I .
See Your Attorney For All Necessary Information I zontally or vertically, the RBDF ? service!
Transmission Repairs
not only tells (controllers i
As To What You Should Do. I an airplane Is at present but also I II

I where It has been by means ofl
I "trails. The stored informationmay
I be adjusted by the! FAA COMPANY

FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER controller lo suit his air traffic

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FBHS Stars On Catawba College Team I BiRDS'OF

Sports one of out MOST COMMON SIKDS


Beach football player WOODLANDS THWOur THE STATS fKOM I IPCNSAC01.A '
hove joined fonts in aid the foil FLORIDA
ro KEY WEST NO/$ ,
ball fortunes if the Indian of
Catawba College, Sulisbuiy, North

I" Ralphood, Jr, ion of Mr and I \JAY, JAY WHICH GIVES IT ITS

Mn Ralph Wood: Ned Tyson NAME HEAD ISCK STED S Fdi


1tP tits .c. son; and George Sheffield' son of BEtoWI WHIT! .J ,
g' xa, Mrs, Lois Shelfield. are valuablemen '
Fernandlna Beach Plntei The Seaboard Airline RailroadIs .aN SPOTS ON WHSSANt> 4'
looked better last week In the offering a good deal for football + In the Calawba attaik TAIL 0 ,LACKNECKL.ICESIZE
Green Cove game than they have I fans In this area when the Florida : Wood, a 5-11, ropiund fresh 4'
all season A number of people Gut on play Florida Stale on Sat- ,, mun, runs frrm the flankerback
asked me if Green Cove was' that urday, November 21 A special ." In Catall ba's pro lyle offinii, UTOJZfNCHESfSEXES 4 -
bad or if our Pirates were comingto train w.'l;\ leave Jacksonville Sat.urdnv I. The I or mo r rirnindina Benin 1 tx v
life Our answer In that Coach morning arriving In Tallahassee High School' performer for Couch : ALMS

Benner came up with acme ne. In time for the game, re* Wayne Benner hAS also seen annl
cessary changes which paid dlvl i I turning to Jacksonville after the I action as a punter for the Indians

dends and the Plralei really look. game, A ticket for the game and s a T>' on. anulhir performer, fir ta

ed good. We think they have a train fare will be only thirteen dol. Coach Banner, is a part of tin
nice combination to go along with lars per person Sounds 1 like a good Catanba quarterback club Pliv r
the defense and we should be deal lor a group of people to get Inn behind two }lettermen and another .

tough for the balance. of the lea I together and have a fine trip with F zit C I )j regular the S.10. 162'pound 1
ion out having to drive a freshman will be locked! to for >a to \&LUEJAY

future action with the Indians 0
Benny Alvarez was a pleasant I Last week at Green Cove SpringsIt Sheffield Is a put of an Iniom s M1 AWTH/V& P/Pte
surprise as he talk the helm at rained as usual for the annual Ing group of Ireshmen tackles
guiding the Pirate team and did i I 'l'rnllndlna.Green Cove contest. A that are going to le gieal The i 0'' I MAWLY ACOCNS, A/UTS,
I number of local fans went pre. fimhinail Is being INSECT AND I CwrS
i a whale of a Job. He mixed his 62, 225 pound
plays like a veteran scored a pared, but some of us didn't and counted upon 11 add I depth 11 a FtOKIM GAME A\P ft:"""t WATER FIH COt,1MISlCNlillv
( touchdown and kicked extra points I It rained enough to get everyone young, bat auMcssi\c offensive -

along with passing for another thoroughly wet. As the saying and defensive lag'Biologists I .._ .. .. .
If to Green Cove, always -- - -- -
!Roes you go
e score. lie should develop one, --- -
of the finest uirlcrbacks we have' carry a raincoat even If the In ikUimining! tin role ifcurinilii Pfc David DunmanIn "\\,1"11,111 l,, IK a hull which' d"r;

had here in a number of years.Fernandina I sun Is shining, Study In Hit migrations 01( pink : nut ripen In nlmml,met- until Umliii
t ft -tt -tr shrimp IUIVHI I Korean Exercises \ has. bun" pulled trim the
Mrs Barbara Gray make a filling he' I boughs/ of yiiilh"' Douglas M 'u
will be off this weeks of Pink A reward of filly unl Mill :
but will travel to Baker County I remark last week when' leaving Mystery paid fir each seiiiud drifter lube I 7111\ INtI1IN: : |111KOlnA| : dllr, Mltillllll' I Tix ', Ti' buiic.
Green Cove.Fernandlna t t.a (AIIIACum' : I ,
(the e pre I Divlil N
next Friday nlfcht for a same! rl'IIII'III'd Thin will be palil by aHsli I
,, with the Macrlcnny Wildcats In game when ahe stated that our Florida Shrimp and Wlldlllp Service' Agent. l Diiuimm son if Mi, slot I Mi'sMm ,
team had more people at the I Labels sh'ill \\', 1"111111111I i u uli' I IHiinmlni "hir wrwgv -
I I of Innillnil
Conference foot It allY put
1 another Keystone
game than Green Cove did. We tveK w h'4 ? s Brach, Ih. pull i !'!.
hi milled tin Inslllull
ball attraction Bit loulsla al I the Institute of Ma may aim to
agreed because over the period ol I MliimlHirldi palid\ In rx: 'riise' ItlDC (THIN; ;, .
; ,
ol 1\1111'11I1' Si luice
Fernandina have FORMER PIRATE STANDOUTS are shown in their new'uniforms rlne Science. Inluislty of Miami. '
years people ; \) t to the Galveston :NKH, a duce toy ixnilsi lull +5 ,w tlxvt
Ccath George! Tyson wag well n followed the Pirates win, lose or as members of the grid squad at Catawhu ('ollege are tracking hotfoot currents t lilt f I 33141) or l Fort Croc In Korea, uhlih\ mil 'd s<'pt' 12

pleased with his B team last Tues draw and we Imagine the towns left to right, Chip Wood, Ned Tyson and George Urn southern tip of rlmldu In an kett BidiKkul, Galveston Laboratory, Tixns Fisherman The exercise was designed III I
day nlKht when they defeated Or. love to play Fernandlni because i Sheffield t effort to solve inc if I Iht' InMgu mull lulu Is urged to' Improve (I'llnislvi' '' mid iifnisKc.
; I moiling \ un
hag mysteries of the ma: Whathappens
Park, 12.7. Bobby Johnson of the ,
ange : ,gate reclptsDavid ------- R -- Include details the time and mam'u't'l'IlIlh tin 1I1I1I/. 1I"11 ifnaluiul
the of millions ,, on
scored on a 15 yard run, then i I I young niiimtiin' \terrain undir ski
Fiala pasaed to Adams for the Bowers came up with a I I of pink shrimp that spawn each ,, place of capture.The simulated combat millions,
from 20 out last weekl'hen High School Echoes. i year near the famous shilmpj I current investigation at
yards good
other score I suggestion I IH
I 1 Dunman a IIIU\llnl'lIunlll'r\ In
of the most vital
off the Tortugls'I is ono
favor of the In column grounds\' Dry shrimp
The score was 7.6 In he asked us to mention our
U. 2d Uillillon if the
I BY I Koch spring and full spawningtakes programs In flsliirk'i research, I
young Raiders at the half, but the the possibility of getting rwa
young Pirates came back In the busses to carry students to out.of. BY KATHY IIARDEE RAY ARSENULLT place and the larval shrimp Pink shrimp constitute ibmit 73 7th Dlvlslini 17lh Inlnnliy In .
LAIR: LATHROP MIKE RVLANT find their by of all shrimp landed In Korea He enuml\ the Army lust
second half to win the ball game town games This has been doneIn I i I presumably way percent
I to vast Florida and worth about $U January and completed baste
some mysterious means a are
Coach Tyson was really high In his the past and we imagine our HI, and Ray Amnault: and WiltiistArty I combat training at hurt Gordon,
Earl Burch who does a Mr. Albert nursery ground In the Everglades million a year la ihrlmpcri woik.
praise of good principal
Rumph,1 Stein. There will be a run.
I Last week was a busy one for The nursery ground definitely exists Ing from South Atlantic and Gullports.
tremendous Jcb for the young Pirates will go along with the Idea. between David Boxers and Ga.The $295HARDEE
David Rodeffer did a Rood idea David and we will check Into I this year's Senior Class, with no Iolf Ronnie Sapp for the Wittiest biy, I having been Investigated Although shrimp Is now thlir 2(1.'I'ur..111( suldlt'rl'IS'
I Next Tuesday ourselves election during the school Intinslvely by the Iiiitltutci fish. country most valuable flHlury1product graduated from reinmdini: Reach
job at quarterback too the matter further year This mascot Is Wayne Iffclman .
I >ears : but how the tiny High School\ In DM! ),
bloh gists the drmaiid greatly exports i
night i the Pirates will be athome '/S '* being more Important) than the I The seniors are In the pry BROS.
for their first\ game of t the I The Annual Kick Pass, Punt choosing of the Senior Superla process d ordering(! their senini I shrimp can riarh the nursery. (' the supply and It U neeel.All'y i --- -

season when they entertain the I Contest will be staged on Satur. lives, The following were selectedby i curds and class pins. and! on OcI Inviting against the winds and I to Import moo limn 100 million I Trade At Home ATLANTIC A\ K.;
Macclenny B team. Game time III day, October 17. Lasserre Motor | their fellow classmates as the lobed 2'th will take! the Senior currents, Is a buttling pioblim pounds a year from other
seven.thirty and warrants your I Company will sponsor the contest Superlatives of the class of 1965: Placement Test. The planktimlc lurvie are capable" countries, Stlrntlllt studies of

support with Gil Vizcarrondo at the Director Most Attractive, Jean Rumph and The juniors, Hie class if 1 Mid, I cat only limited Independent move I shrimp may conulvaly make III
I mint, are at the mercy of tides possible to Increase this country's
I Competition Is for boys be. i I Tommy Clark; Most Dependable, ordered their lass rings Tuesday .
tween the ages of 8.13 who are not' Nola Leuellcn and Buck' Bibb: I The Key Club car wash which I and t'urrt'nll en.l I II production" of the delectable 'pink BUCCANEER LANESSPECIAL
going out for Junior High football '' Friendliest, Pam Dougherty and was held last Saturday was a big I nil unknown bottom currents gold,
I RENIED R r I ': -r( Mike Rice: Best All Round Down success. The annuul Key Club 1st that K\uip the shrimp laivue
iHR0U6N THE The Kraft Athletic Club squad I Garcia and Mike Fiala: Mist Talented Sweetheart Dame will' be held Into the Fxoriiliidei nUrRl'ry' In The dour to perfect fulllllnicnt I 18

i will begin basketball practice next Alice Faye Derry and I from 8 pm, to 12 midnight on Saturday I an attempt l:to: answer this lines! always open before ui By our faith !
WANT ADSN, week, Anyone Interested In trying Skipper Hill: Most Athletic, Martha at the Woman's Club, with lion 1 the Institute of Marine Srltnie In God and In His Infinite wisdom
out for the team Is asked to get Hamilton and Richard Schu- t this years Key Club Sweetheartto In cooperation with the U S, and love wt can pan through/ the
In touch with Wyman Hughes mas: Most Likely To Succeed, be crowned at the dance. I I Fish and Wild! to Service' will' release door Into complete spiritual sails FAMILY DAY EACH SUNDAY
Plans for a local City league are Linda Allen and Mike Rylint: I 240 seabed drifters In FlorIda faction
I Most of 1 the school' orginl/a .
I,underway, to begin In November I Most Intellectual, Kalhy llnrdcc I lions have been preparing'1 skill: Bay and In the Gulf of MexIco rr 12 Noon Until Closing
north of' tho Tort igai/ during
floats, etc, for this year's Home.

coming Senior festivities Assembly, These Pirate Includethe Es. seabed the first drifters week, which.of October are bright The DOZIER & GAY tr -J' i \, 35c Per GAME

yellow umbrella shaped objects
capades, Homecoming Parade, :
standing'1 about IS Inches high, '
I Homecoming Dance, and of course I PAINT
bounce along the bottom after! being
the big against the Santa

"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN ", t Fe Last Rebels week game, the Pirates traveledto I I sing released currents, It following Is expected deep.run that. 'Best' For The South'CHECK
many of the drifters! will I be caught II -
Green Cove where they crushed I i I
BEACHES" In the nets of shrimp I trawlerswhile OUR ,
the tough Clay High Blue Devils others may be snagged and I
28 to 0. For the !llrst time this year
Directory FurQi'-h.e ashore thro lUimil( the rcghn
roll. Quarterback Hinny n ,
varez, In his first! stalling It Is very important that love' ; 1 1

E WISE.I SuburbanIIPorcelainize" mend, was outstanding both tlgalor obtain accurate Infirma Shiell's Grocery
B aNHllln'l
tlon in the IncutIcui 01 f the area OFFER GOOD 'TIL FURTHER NOTICE
and Hurry
runner a passer
T I IDE 5 Gas CO. along with his brother Beryl, was which each driller Is found, to.l I 211 ATLANTIC AVE.
Propane 717 South 81 h Direct Phone 281-510b
a constant threat to the Blue DC. i get her with the dale of Its capture PHONE 281-9011: :

SERVING ALL vii defense, as he gained. KM) yards .Sued- .. .information. will...aid mater- j:... .. .
JETTIES Ducks Richard --- -- -- -- -- ---- -
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES It YOUR NEEDS IN In only b carries
LONGER THAN LP GAS AND Sehomas and Ice Wee Nt' tales ...
Add SO Mlnat. r. GAS APPLIANCES played their usual oulstindlng
game Two short runs by Alvarez
MOTOR .r..dl.a HlrlMr 7 $an.26l.h6St.. and Schrmas gave the I'iratci A iacLDOLI I or
touchdowns and I a 10 yard sprint ( 11 COLN MCflcunr DIVISION

Coe HIGH LOW by Barry Rice added another d

T H. KIN I G pointer to the Pirates score A 25
S. 8th St. Ph. 261.381 Friday, Oct. 9 yard pass from Alvarez to Billy
Miller gave the Pirates their final
10:31: a.m. 4:21: a.m. PHOTO SHOP score Our defensive unit played

Going Fishing? 10:37: p.m. 4:57: p.m, Roll weddings In usual fine game as U held the
rrOCeu.ing i Blue Devils to i mere 120 yard
Saturday, Oct. 10 rorantuBr total offense. Outstanding linemen
i I
Visit U. For ru" rJ fur the Pirates were Beryl Rice,
11:09 4:59
: a.m.
: a.m Photo AppotwmentFlahing
Complete Line Of luppllu Only Mike Pikula, Duane Rowland, Joe
Tackle 11:15: p.m 6:42: p.m. Mot: ,gt? Stores, Mike Rice, Carl Ardemon,

Rods Reel Sunday, Ode 11 -...,w and Alan Cover, Because of a open I
Outdoor Camping date the Pirates have two weeks
11:50: a.m. 5:41: am. Studios At 504 Ash St. to prepare for their game with
11:58: p.m 6:2: p.rn. Phone 261.4586 Baker County. Despite many key+
Injuries the Pirates spirit I Is al Its I
Monday, Oct 12 peak, Our B.team played their

I BEACH SUPPLY 6:21: am. Rowlond's first game at Orange Park last

112 Atlantle An 11I-4412 12:37: p.m. 7:21: pm. UPHOLSTERY Tuesday night
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How Much Will Your Tuesday, Oct. 13 NEW covnl"l0 ro 'ol'R.OR REPAIR i tuberculosis and Intestinal The Ford Motor Company introduces an entirely new kind of

12:49:: a.m. 7:19:: am. ruRerrnxe parasites are the most t common
SOCIAL SECURITY 1.3w: p.m. : !) p.m. .PT diseases In countries served
NEW COVER Mercury for 1965. now in the Lincoln Continental traditionWhen
Pay You or Your Famllyf 'CfaLRGULF by MEDICO. Armed with modern I
Wednesday, Oct. It mcdiclnci, American doctors and

LIFE'S Planned 1:47: a.m. 8:19: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES nurses sent by MEDICO, a Servo l I
We Pick Up and Deliver Ice of CARE, are helping to prevent .
Security Analysis will 2:32: p.m 9:15: p.m,
and cure these ancient ma.

help guarantee these Oct IS ladle.,
SocIal Security Benefits Thursday, Porter & ovequist you first sec this one, you may ask, accurately reflects the Lincoln Continental

May We Serve You 2:50 3:34:: p.m.a.m. 10:11 9:19:: a.m p.rn. -General SPECIALTIES Contraclore- Smokfy Sayu \Vhat car is that?" Mercury is that 'new. tradition. See how well the idea works-

Friday, Oct. IS PLASTIC WOODWORKING IWRFAn"'r. 'SMALL KDUN65 The look is new. Completely. Low sleek, at your Mercury dealer's showroom today.

JAMES F. (Jim ) 3'5": a.m. 10'17: a.m.CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS ( WILL w II beautifully: proportioned. The ride is new.

: KITCHEN A'IO RATII JGOOWMGIF t Solider The idea behind all this
RYLANT 4..1: p.m. 11.01: > p.m REMODELING / M KEPT yR 't' i4M. quieter.. ITI'I"
P. O. Bar 89 Complete Showroom newness is to bring you a Mercury that
Phone 261.3813 ftIt. Ceur1nJ For Color Coordination
Ceut a o-h1le Iune,
Gulf Life Ins. Co. Phone 261.3068




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Oil Co. lucky five States "' "" \ ',' ", if: : I __ :_ '

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. Changes! Gasoline had to be placed on 30.000) gasoline .' ., I :-'h.tI'l .'. Too Late To Classify; lluv doThe .
pumps In the Company 1000 out. l' ,' 'lf1': : article, Is written by James
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lOLISVlLIE or blue depending on the grade ,t' 1 (' i dim, Danld contracted a type
Ky Oct 6: Crown, t in\ the limit c.1 null Ion. If a child doth rake from lubi reuliifU. svphills
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replaced by a new name Chev. been going on for the past nliutv eetfss i'J4': Today Miiir doitoi, 111I'11111111110'1 creased 5b percent( since the (In. pmnunlil stone The patient was
ron, days, and the change will be tffeitive I that piuumimlii amt be quickly covery of anlibluliii K"Inn fast so with the family'spermission

"With the change to the Chevron October 6th cured In 24 out of 25 eases In a In 1'MO! Lidirle ubnrjlorles I an appeal was made

name, we are Identifying our re- "There will be no chance: In s ar ," ,,'14 uu "',,Pti mailer of hours, VAIule he colic II with headquarters nl Pearl Hiver In ply.I.i ol'd<'rlc I lie Laboiatorlti still! untested for scrum a sup.
station Identification" Smith said { f dll much lu help New' lurk
tall 'J aUG' your minim sit out to find an even
operations those of
our Hie gamble paid off and withina
Ai long as we have service stations J cold he can lulp you and quick bitter antibiotic Hum peniellthu
parent company, Standard Oil In our present marketingarea w II you should develop They isolated and analyzed iOO.. few hours Dinicl was on the
Company of California laid W, road to recovery
they will be Identified by ,
Whit' this I 000 micro organisms: ohl'h'dfrum
C Smllli, President of the Standard the Standard Oil sign" I1f a Uuenrs; :: ago: to :hid:::::r* I sill iimplis\ gutherid Rills now In Congress: to curb
Oil Company, This Companyand nitivltlts of the nations drugntanufoehu
It area the i('suit if curs of i throughout tin win 11.
: .
Its subsidiaries had been usIng 'ers. If passed, would
costly and t tlulcits research by ('Oil yw Visinll/e) I lie, time. I,,, .
the Chevron name In 28 states, Trade At Home make t their search on its present
dedicatee! nun situ unnun who lit'IK('e, skill and rust of cacti a
Canada and Latin America before nciile Impossible, It might/
ml hour after linn acre" i lest tubs IlKiinlli( uniliil.ikiim' The pay
save von a few pennies at your
as the.v conduct 'lesiauh In an dirt they miiiiJu was (found In u
him counter but more probably
dfoit to fnd" the answers to hlc'i loll sumile, Ih.it i':ime from AMlHsomt ,
it nuld cost you your life
health] pitblimsrer allalli lurid which u-
; the must put: these researchers '. vented a 1II1'rlllll'I hil'h pi"IK!,mil

,, .... are fmniucil/ and pro. a l'hl'mll'lIllIh niiny limes I the
LOANS. \lded with libniutiiv' 1.ll'IIIIIl'S.1 liirmlildnl Its cr ul pinliillin' and

LADYBUGS t t BEATLES I all to entertain you oh your trip to I the Fair with th.it n'pi"i'wilt the ImiMnunl of |I effulivi an: mist live turns u,
millions and millions of ihlljribv dl"',,,,' corms, Aunomv
the Hobos. The Fare??? be at the Woman's Club Terminal either \\tdne-d.iv (>r .
our hug naJlnitttt tutuThousands I I' tin, Inm Hindi hair descended,
this Information. reservations The Iadv.: ::;: :; : ; I
for Make
Thursday evening jour pov of their .tests inul; tkpi all but one ul I the 1,01'ld'* PKMIII
TO BUY OR BUILD :Nellie\ Keckham. Diane Bean Laura Sorensen and Genera Ferreira dance to '
bugs 'i'inn'ills It'ml up blind nlUVH out broad sixttnim nut Utilities.
Betide Freddie :.Michael's\ "itittar" pining. Other Beatles joining! them on the trip show no uiiiin\ fur either them The Ilirillnm: siui\ if modi'rn lr'l

will be Eric O'Steen, Ltlrry' Dugan, Rick Trajlor and ]Danny Ferrelra. mill it tun r who link, the gamble I I i day mutual KM uili' UK umao.) -
---- --- ----- --- -- : or lor;: tin; publU:::: but :now' mill Ing: mliicMimiils;:; ;:: :; and: : I IIH: niiiiur:

Whether You're Look- i i Thus, surgery/ Is Indicated In sum 'hut: l'OIl1I'S i> a break" IliinuiJi" that outs problems nppims/ lu the CU. KEEP o4>>

cases to remise hustled' units ,'rll\'hh' a mw drug I tint Is cup ', tutor ISHIII if tin 1I"/Ih'I"N/ PlKist FROM BETWEEN
At However, said Dr,11lIn T. siw- able of eonqiuiiiiu\ some Unllilo Iliad It mid Mil will, If'lIl'lII hy
ing Blueprints
Slews der slake health nlficir, a person i disease. some of tin t piisiilplion) drugs PARKED CARS_

Homes orm may have the organism and mil
For Sale -- -----
become III."Although.
i ,f.'i.Financing '-- ( from the"Rcc" | It Is olnliiiH that I the

Can Help ; e rod-shaped oruinlsms are enpilile SPECIAL I Heat Rooms I
\:;.'- of causing progressive' hum (1,H.
You Take '' Center .
Prompt Q ease, ho explained, the' mnji r
: i '''ity of Individuals exiiiiinid! luiumi '

Sound Action. 0 ...", ...J, delectable disease' duo to Huso
BY Beautiful
>I newly disc'oven'd bndcrla
S\MY DESANDKOTIILRSDAY The! board bus been Invent mul
e ing tills Infection for 8 years Dur.
Let's Discuss It Befo're'You 1-- lug that time, records!! have horn
; October 8lh. Club Huom at 7:30: p.m. I accumulated on over 2700 InilMd KC-40 Gas HeaterWITH

Build, RefinanceOr Playschool In the Came Itoom I'IUlJAOctober 9th. I oats harboring the owinlsm ,
Dr. Shower said the bickrla
9'30.11:30:: am, Carolyn Vi/tur.
rondo, Adult Leader Fun Club 5th It 6th Grader, have been found In dust water '
BuyFernandina In the Auditorium! ;; at 3.30 p.m., soil and other natural sites He .
Home Demonstration Meeting In
i Sandy DeSandro, MC. said man li believed to be the
the Conference Room at ]10 00 I
Sub.Tel'n Club in the Came major host but that the hoard Is
a rn !Mn Harrison, County Agent. "COOL TOUCH"CABINET
Federal ? Room at 75: pm continuing studies to establlHh. the
Adult Ceramics In the Art Room relationship between the varlitirs
at 3:30: p.m", Hank Sides, Instructor SATIRDAY October 10th. found In natural sites and those
Spanish Club Car Wash In frontof

Savings & Loan Assn.I Senior Cllbens Club Covered Recreation Center, 10:00: a.m. found Much In field man work Is being dine: ;; 1e\

Dish Supper In the Auditorium at 5:00: p.m. TB hospitals over tin stile mid INSTALLED
Ceramics Pouring Class In the
6.30 health oflldals throughout
202 Atlantic Avenue p.m.Senior Art Room 1:00.5.00: p,m, I ITCl'n public
Clll/cns Club In
Melting/ Florida are continuing a cooptra t:
Club In tile Game Roomat : WITH GAS
the Conlerenee Room at 7:30: p m I live effort to solve the riddle of t 1
Lutheran Council Meeting/ In the 7:1:IS p.m. the curious bacteria IV Sunder '
SISDAOclober llth
I I said JUST
Lutheran Church Service In the ,
Conference Room at 11:00: a.m.

MODAOctober 12th. I

l l | Ceramics (9.Hi In the ,ort Room RUBBER $7500

at 3:30: p.m., ]Hank Sides, Inxt
Adult and Tern Ceramics In the STAMPSAny .
Art Room at 7 IS* .m., (Hank '
: p f c krt ( (OMI'LETH) WITh! TAX
Sides, InstSuncra Size _
1 I
!i 1 1 Club Meeting In the Phone 225.5146
I Any Shape
Game Room at 7:30: p.m.
4 Island Squares Club In the Auditorium Inquire At

at 8:00: pm. Good'lHousekeeping Gas Co.
I Historical Society In the Club NewsLeaderPhones

I Room at 8.00 p.m.
Combination Stork Shower In the Conference I Yulee, Florida L, p, Gas The Perfect Fuel
Room at 8.00 p,m. I 216-3686 26M6H7: (

TIESDAY, October Hill,
Playschool In the Game Room

OFFER 0:30: 11:30 a.m", Carolyn VUcar. ,
SERVICE rondo, Adult Leader. '
Painting for Leisure In the Art' Years most lhetl- bmtl
Room at 7:1:IS p.m. i
Wheel Florida Credit Union League
!Meeting In the Club Room at 7:30:

Balance p'm, I new cars
Barbtrshoppcrs( In tho Confer.
i'm'c Ream at 8'00 p m. 'I -

WEINFSI\V October llth 01
Ceramics 11214) In the Art s :
Precision balance
Rix m al 3.30 p.m", Hank Sides
both front wheels J Instructor T --
,_ u
Brake Adjustment to prolong tire life Adult CcramUs In the Art Room I &sa) IjJ. 'ys.rra room 1.A-I
ut 7:15: p.m", Dun Nanney, limlruc. T 1l)

W* adjust brakes, add fluid, if needed Weight included, tor I l-7N'
and inspect brake linings and drums, no extra charge TIIIRSDAY, October 13thPlayschool I
In the Game Room, I
9 30 II:3a: ) m.. Carolyn Viz- 11'tlS
carrondo Adult Leach, '
BOTH THIS Adult Ceramics In tile Art Room

at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides, Inst '55 Chevn let Impula Sport Sedan
Girl Scout Troop No 251 In the

FOR WEEK Came Room at 7:1:13 p.m.

0 NLY Any American ONLY Newly Identified Chevrolet Itmj mlM

Car It's 'Gj'1I; biggest( tmostiHiiutifuldiiintri''Ilii! ( trik. rlr10 with a IH\\ Full ('lIiIIlU>-II('iisuni Hvstim. Fact h,

Parts cotta, if needed Infection StrikesAll hug new sljIiM New length, \1 idtli and lownc'ss. A if you overlook just one! thing> ( you urn vitally' lonvinco

e )'tnimierInca' Body hy Jislui'""u'lIll.l\lIlntel'im': .wJIpll.- yourself joti'io onto u Liir! expdisno car here.

Classes Races that's a knotKout.And u 'cacl'l'I1oJeL-Smuutll7-! that thing in: itsClucvrulctprice.

Battery failures are expensive!' V FAMOUS MAKE 99 JACKSONVILLF:'/ Each year -""';'

Come in for a FREE BATTERY CHECK m BATTERIES Slu'l'I Hoard of Health liiboratorli \ ,4"...".' '
worklim with Un cpldcmli loKlst i> .. .
before you start your Vacation Trip r AS LOW AS... 6 Volt tech, .
discover over new persons ,_. .:.i' I"II "" .
who have a newly Identified Infec. '
lion mainly centering In the / "

De Luxe lungs:/ which riHpcetl neither
\ \ ', Tireitone Champion race nor sex, rich nor poor, hcil-
I' : thy nor sickly I
1\''' 1\\\\ \ Any SizeWhitewalls It can cause death, but In ser- 14
NEW TREADS lou cases surgery can be a life- e ;r
\ Haver It Is not often found In children .

1 TIRI disease, Infection is relatively without common.apparent New Corsair/ Conn Sport Coupe
) At one time it was believed that
a'4"i $49049" thin disease and Infection wn I
1'' % found mainly In the Southeastern '6aT orwrir Corsm

United States: among low-Income
grnuoi: and only In certain partsof I
Plui tat and 4 tradi-ln title of tam clue off your ear Florida But continued researchat
the board disproved this The There's never been anything like it from either side And a higher/ powered range of engines-with up to

infection cuts across lines of eco. | of the Atlantic. There's new lhin-line hardtop styling 180 hp available in the top.of-the.line Corsas. How

corny, sex and geography But the for all closed models. More length and width, MtMMfM sporty can a car get? Your dealer's. got the

'Urgent percentage of cases hfnund '' more entrance and shoulder room in all models. jjjfjf Corvair that'll show you.

Il O" among non-white males:
although more cases numerically V-'>.ThrerelllnlshrprsInr'1LT-Ihrrre.lrlfhe're'lIeVhe'" II I'aarrwlritV.re'elle'-ntganrdewiera

are found among while males because : : : .:. ..
of the larger proportion of'
r+;i FERNANDINA BEACH white population Mont canes have Ie I

previous history of pulmonary., WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY
disease: tulx'rculoil*, chronic bron-1.
-I chills, emphysema or asthma 4
118 Atlantic Are Phone 261-4482 The organisms called Lnclas. ;
I I South 8th Street Fernandina Beach, Florida Phone 2$1.3636.Standard
sifted Mycobacterla are largely
I resistant to laU-tuberculMla drug.'

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WANT AD RATES THREE BEDROOMS, two lull) or week Experienced Large ) Sports ield. I II

JU per word .75 mlalmui balm; largo/ living room with fenced yard with play gym Ph I .

Car of Think. RtwalutlOMand fireplace, birch paneled Florida 2G1-3W. ICe I MARSH( RABBiT I

flmllar Notice room dining room kitchen gir 1 BY TED RESTINGThe

|n per word |l.(r* mlnlniM ago and storage area. Clam illd NOTICE WASHING MACHIV!E I wPONTOON'
tog doors from Florida room and and refrigerator rrpalri. Coil CALLED I seasonal hurricanes, borne fish within rnnRe: of the hnnt For

Cal 261.386 or 261.| : 887 dining room onto large covered alter 7:30: p.m, to 7:30 a.m. 2US294 CCL Ns' north from the tropics greatly 'In.flutoce beet l port, once a school of fish

or pine ad at office patio. Central gas heat kitchen Call during day at Illlllari bARK BROWeALSO I ANa the wrnlhor and /general start feeding on the th1\/>>. use a

Cll Ash Street with all built-in equipment This I 8453855. ICe SMALL EARS EICCCLLENT I fl hutg ronriillime on the Atlantic Irr* .Watrr iplnolng rod .nd l reel

-- Is not a pre-rut home. See afV SWIMMER I Coait rturuiii the month of September with a ilghtw eight lint Tic the

McGregor Blvd or phone LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS GOES ro : Although the equinoctial term hook directly to the end J&ie line

FOR SALE 2615222. sic help with your drink. Q ? I period usually occurs around the without any addltlona4-! -wclKht.
i .- tog problem. Writ Box SM. \ I end ot/ the third week of the Mid bait It with a small jece of

1163 PLYMOUTH Returned City or Phone Jax. EI 6-770(1( TO Ircplcul rtinlurnnnre are 1II0001h'l moubunker Ton It overboard In-
assume pay. ---- ---- -- --
mcnti of From Model HomeS ESCAPEENEMIES table, Sump years they to the chum, and allow It to move

5960. $60 mouth Phone SM.ITPRIGIIT complete room Furniture\ FoundLOST I titan Into the forrpirt of October, away slowly will the current.

015e l I Appl.asce Carpeting! ORJUST' with heavy tea cutting out tin When a Wx-or eight-pound blue

PIANO ,Rood condo) Consist! of 7 pc, living room mite. bench formation and exposing dam strikes surl) a rig your'e going to

tlon $(H. phone 201-4763 or coo I nylon covered iota matching<<: club OR STRAYED Tan Chi. IT' beds to horde of feeding fish. The have a real job cut out" for you

at 217 N 3rd ICe (chair 2 itcp table cocktail table. huahun 10 Inches till male, ;a September stormy season has a before' that flan I is brought: aboard.

I 2 lamp. S PC. bedroom suite with year old. answer to name 1, FUN! tendency\ to muke the balUisbscliol In the toll, when the blueflnh

PARTMENT SIZE 4 burnei triple dresser chest-on.chest I Mickey $5 reward for Informa WING J up nnd move Inshore priorto

electric stove. $30 160S Highland/ / bookcase bed, 2nd bedroom I le act lion leading. in recovery Phone, IN THE MUD r R TAIL' i their migration lovthward are chasing mullet, spearing and

SI Phone 261-5633 OBp of maple bunk bed for the klda I 261.4974 dayi or 261.3461 after I Ip 6 ...,. yMALLrGRAYISNr Ihroiiiiliniri October According to land eels Into the shallow Inshore

Formica top dinette table with i I ,m. OilCLASSIFIED : COLOR R-herl, n. Hall, Salt-Water FUhlng wafers the bench fishermen also

|30 WORSE EVINRl'DE.: plywood d foam padded chair Kitchen t itI, ;;...-- SMALL/DARK FEET Editor of Spnrli Afield Mafitlnc have Increased action\ and _re usually

brat fiberalas bottom Both fort i complete with let of poll and panl. ',, I I your "This great concentration of food rewarded for those long uneventful .

$200. Amelia River Fish Camn l 52 pc. set of dishes 311"( range with! ,; v.r. | attract the bluefish and itrlpm,
FOUND 1 IN 5WAMP AND hour standing In
I Is nntlccnhle spent
ICe all porcelain finish oven broiler DISPLAY I land there a ImproveI
-, -I' storage space, also a '(65! model I Ii. ....:... MARSHES THBUOur MO'$1"' fWRlPA I men! In Mciwnl Hulling tondlllon" thAt waul' ) of Uio! summer surf

| JEEP 4 WHEEL DRIVE Admiral refrigerator with croon; -vv. ''v X+:";...'o Y I .. OF FLORIDA OFTEN WALKSfI ; While the surf fishermen are Content .

-overhauled new paint molar extri parIs.'I' lop freezer crisper. Painting! .fI ,I "CAT-LlKf* WITH ALTERNATE GAME to stand In the hlrllng while ,

$400. Phone Zfil.M ReRiijar price thin /group Slow Free Estimate t i STEPS IN5TEAP "HOPPING POGO Walt felly
08pUNCLAIMED I A 6. 1'5 waters at the ocean's edge and, .
Now for only f-
your Call e. LIKE RAB0ITS USUALLY POWEIGHT All." ,,. wait for a passing achnt()! 141() strike, ,

j WATCHES :IT;od I $599.00No M1-J927 .". V Z TO 3 J.BS. the t ofMmrr fisherman can often sate e 3
running condition. Will I ....... .. ...
sell for I J'IT ., .- stalk his fish with a greater amount $ WI1y0 wNpALtua
repair charge. $2 to $5 Fowlr-v I money down term $500 week. Joe BarnardCHARLES of success There are var. I
Entire group I Is new, has been on I COMMISSION
Jewelry. '
tee display only. See at 0YO'4! 0 1110 0 434 I ?dd 0 S Ie 00114: 0 FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WATfR 1'ISH ious wnvi of catching Mueflsh! from

I ,il liiil i 1 the iffHhort waters, but perhaps sL1 ",
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the most successful method 'Is by

Venetian blinds measured and WAREHOUSE M. 1--- "Our coniclrntri punish us 11'11i I chumming once a school of fish Is
Installed Wide range of colon 3622 Beach Blvd Fl 0-256 PUBLIC NOTICE I I
This 1 I. dune from an anchored

PORTER LOVEQUIST Color Jackianvllle Fla. IN THE CIRCUIT (' )IIIT'' IOIRTIIJlllirlAI. i for neglecting to mike any NrYear' 'i'ocUh'd. ,
bout by keeping a steady
(IKttIT'' OK ..
t'tnter. Phone 201-80(18.( MARK I roolullons than fur making,
tic Delivery Assured AnywhereOpen APPLICATIONFOR ''
IN" AM von NASSAU ( booker Inthe
dally 9-8 Sat. 9.. Sun. 12-i Tee FINAL" DISCHARGE' IN'" tlMNFHV CAKr: tome and breaking most or oil 01Ihem. i ground-up/ mnss- r! I II
KIORIIU ITA" TEl This foul amellbrg messll
1959 FORD PICKUP. Good con JUDY FAY UILIIANKH, Porlanti I water. -
Olle .IIRIlIo\1 Olin Miller e
tossed overboard In
dltlon Call 225-5183 08 ValiantBarracuda !. NASSAU COUNTY ITATHor : VI i .) Journal Mainliner It Die steadily
rioitinA IN rnouATK small amount, creating: an oily
1959 IMPALA Good condition FOR RENTONE In r* the En:
341 engine with stick $800 $eeat T HARKIETT. AU Whom II.II WOOD May Concttn Demur:: I NOTICE OF AI IT .... .
2111 Belvedere Ave 261.4770. Plymouth Notlct Is hereby gloss Ihil Harry THE STATE OF FLORIDA I I0
: FURNISHED teach apartment V. lltuintt lied his float report m TO I IIENE RAY WILIIANKS I
08p Chrysler Executor of Ut, estate ot Harilet U '/ Mri Llllle Wllbunki,
__ _-,. I for .tingle! or couple Phone Wood deceaied; that helied hhpellUnn MUM roctur lit, Ln Feuirt, Calif ,
QUICK SALE 261.4944 Ire 5 Year for final 1 discharge, and thai Ynu are hereby notified (hut a cult
2 BEDROOM 50,000
or I lie, will apply to the HunDrjble J t:. hoe been lied l. In 1be
house with 2 qar garage attach Mile Warranty Weat.Hi>rit, Oiiir." y Jud. nf Nil!. above entitled eaune,nlnro, that you:: I Salesman
ed. 100 X 165 ft. lot Alvin FOUR AOQM downstairs, furnish. tau County, I Florida. on the 3rd day lire hereby required' to lie your .tintwit i Need A
ed apartment. Phone BEECH b i4th! ST. NuveniDer' IM fur spprovul of with the Clerk of this Courtand
Strickland, Bailey Rd, 261.5363. 2614045tfi Phone 261-3003 same end for final dl.chor m Executor to serve a cnpy Uii>ren( upon the
ICe o( the stale of Hornet It I Plaintiff or PMni'ff" Alturnvyhn
I Will : Boats Wood. derenied, on Ihi* 1 let day'ol t+"' < name and. addreii laiTtioni.ii
Trade I/l Hall JAttorney
THREE: 'BEDROOM, bath,''*home. FIVE. ROOM FURNISHED apart.' October.11104.Hurry V. lieuinetE aLew
preps 432 N. 3rd S. Phone 261 Trailers or For Almost II Nnrlh ..VU'Ih Klrert
Shaded lot of estate of
Second tcutor the
mortgage 4945 08i Anything That Doesn't Harriet il, Wood accentedThai. trnairtlna Bearh t'lorldanot / Good salesmen' are so hard to come by that many a ;
can be arranged for part or J. Mom Jr, Ally later than the S4IH toy of Oo
equity. Present monthly EaiPUBLIC ID,I, a. la. U token, A D 164If '
payments TWO 2 BEDROOM APTS. It you nil to do ao, Decree Pro retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to
5942. 261-3508 tic Confeiao will be entered analiiKt yoi
garage. Apply 723 N. Fletcher .oe II 0 01 U 10 .010 O. to 0 uo PUBLIC NOTICE 'or the relied demanded. In Complaint '

LARGE THREE BEDROOM. I Year round rent. Phone 241 Tht nature of said suit being for rub when hf needed more help' to sell merchandise.It :
divorceWI1NFS9 I
bath Norwegian Brick home 3218 Ito NOTICE Tb. Board of County Commbstn' : my hand and the noel of

Clinch Drive. 261.5362. S24 01, 8i'i None or INTFNTION: era of Naaaau Omnly Florida. hn the Bald Court at rornandlni Itearhl I
THREE ROOM FURNISHED apt VII. sealed bide fur th* oonnlructlon Niiaau County. Plarlda, tlila, 81"
TO "
of two Hood Walls and four Wing day of gcptcnibcr, I'MSEAII would also be nice if the salesman .
) ATLANTIC AVENUE, Lot slze 407 Cedar St. Phone 261.5936.022c rOR FLORIDA FINAL STATITES IKHARE Walls at the end of drain plpea on I ( D O 0X1.fYiFRK lamp produced a -

37>4 x 100. Liberal terms <<: IN COURT OF THP COUNTY' I County Road known aa the Oranminiulf (' or cmcuiiT I'OURT

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS six rcsldentlal JUDGE'' NASSAU tOlNTV. STATH Rood ot a point where pigeon THOMAS Atlwnrv! f-r II. HALL Plaintiff who worked almost 24 hour a day, who could make
Creek dr-ln under sold road
lots, each lut 131 x 130'',. I FURNISHED EFFICIENCY apt In Or re JWRIIIoIN the Pilule' nf PKOIIATE. Copy of plane' and apetltlctitloni) II Nurlh ,Inurth HI'ftternanriina
Some terms Year round rental. Utilltiti "MARY C KOUEHM) llrreaa.lt. ,-->, be out uned: by com irtlng,: D 0, Boadi, llnrldn all the calls who could see customer I
41 II 11)1. S. 19 necessary every
<4. ,
200 Law furnished 5750. 630 N. Fletcher To AU Whom 1M.y ConcernNot : Onley, Clerk to Board County Cnn> ,
By owner. Mizell Exchange .
ire !I. herehy given that. VermMo miastnnrr*. Room In County Ciurt
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BlriR? _tic Wilkes filed' her Until reportExeowirlx > hou e, rernandlna llritrh riorldiiSealed I day.
Jacksonville Fla, Telephone of the entate I :of Mary C bids ahould be auhmltted to every
0 TWO BEDROOM furnished apt.-, Rollers, derensert. that she flied her Hoard County Ciimmlaiiliint-ra. eta li. I PUBLIC NOTICEIV
S55-2G25. tfc O Oxlrv Clerk Hmim, III. ,'ounfy.
petition fur final dliCh.ru. and thus
kitchen living' room two screened Till: CIRCUIT: folRT OF TIIPtfesso'r't ..
Be' fldr.
rernannlnii ich. '
ah* will apply the mumble J EWeuUerfnrd Cnurlhou'e
NICE LARGE LOTS porches garage Year round cl':unly Judge :of Nan; Ida, not Inter thud 10 m OCImk A Till.: STATK II'Dll'IAL OP FIGRIIIA.ei"ts'IT ':SAND I find who didn'tmake
for tale It would take to
I magic lump a man
255 S. Fletcher Ave, Ole anu County, Florida, on the flth day M on Wennesd-v Oi iher HI} I 'IM I I-OH NASSAU CIM: 'NTV IV411AN1'pIIY ,
Good: terms. Ono quarter mile of November. 1IHM fir approval l flf l and ninrkod Hlda for c"nn'rudlnnnf ; I fa.. Nn noesR5.IJARIT
South of Flee Polnti on Amelia UPPER DECK APTS. lame and for final discharge s i Hend Walls r1 Wine .W.II..I II.OYI e.SS.HN. I who told the sales
mistakes always correct
Ex"'ul.l of the .Iato of Mo.Y C.Porpen which time same bull will he oiundreud story,
Rd. Call 2C1-5421 ttr TWO PRIVATE ROOMS private deee.e4. on this ash day, of I I"bullilcdlnd, considered ; .. I'lalnlltf
-- enlranoe and bath. Two oJuurt.; 11104 llldD.nd, ur Cmhlera Check In JOVVV |.FE l",II.R1,
apartment interested short notice and
BRICK 3 BEDROOM one bath /aVITIM. Mie Wilkes nmouni or Sv percent must ui oompmv nrfmsdacl. who found customers on ,
with TV and ullllUe fur. Verna M le Wilkes each, X1,1, I every hid I
Oversized lot $13250. with gen until FxeiutTix nf the e.1',1.l nf The Honed, ..".*-... th* rlrilit to NIIT/'P nr NI'I i r
nlslI' Reasonable May
erous term. Miry C en, deeeaned.Albin reject any. or all bids Ito: : Ol : sold merchandise.
15. Uc C ;; .n' .nnOJ Unled, Shin 2C1H d.iy of September, P O JOHNNY MmN LEE 1,11 CS
iJr A r> HUM
Attorney for Fxcculrix
WANTED A VETERAN TO UNFURNISHED 4 ROOM garage 30* Atlunllc Avrnueremanding Jltn Thomas. Chuirmon. I You'>rlh are Cliurleiton hereby ,ni!S lined uth> Carolina that a suit I

BUY ,4 bedroom home for $7. : Can partly furnish Bench, UnrMaIt I' Ho.ir{| Cnuntv CiiinmlMslnncraNun hue: been filed ugjlnst In lie
you find
apartment IPS, 18. 33 g'J 'HI County Mm Ida. MIMvI,, milled CUUMI. and Uiul If the merchant rubbed hard he might a salesf. *
*. 800 with low down payment i Adult, |3S monthly.. 1627 AUID.btIWIP.Yt.f..J..ir..itJJr.J-; ATTRST'Ikpvl are her,by tequlred ale vi-ur you n'SomeWalk'1ka I t
'!!t5dP "e0Met 4dK: dWaa :.alLrt ." $ ..... : + '! ( y' aeeJt ,{ S 115 R : 45,54 C :
.t : :
WBLICN01'ICC : : : f. into he home into theliv. .
"-t : t;; J* .a ......", .ttereof "' ..I..n.y.1 | 'man who, ould' go right right ,I'J
Vanities Apt*. NOTICE: flF APPLICATION Plaintiff or Plant rf'a A
MODERN SPLIT LEVEL near I FOR TAX DFFU .whucinif* end addreia la, I
Five Polnti Three bedrooms, t OCEANFRONT APTS. Completely lee' IN If, F'I' Albin C Thompson Jr ing room and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of I
', furnltihed. Pay) week or Dionth/ I NOTICE: li HEREBY LIVEN that UNDER PICTITIOUI/ I Attorney 1Iii"" I
bath dee. $140QO wilt FlU
leeeph Rlrho the holder of the fol. NAME LAW P O S',0
term 584 S. Fletcher Av. Phone 261. lowing crrtlficatre hai filed, sold certificate Notice II hereby liven that the un.drrsiKned Fern .nliloa Beach, Florida his merchandise
57I. tic i for a tax deed to be linuedthereon purnuani to the "FI.lllln. I nut I later than Nuven" Iwr lnh' I'lM I
it! The certificate. numhera and Name st.iute', Chapter No 20UMI If you fill In rto so. Ikirr I'm
120000 down $57 month buy ma.801W'Y. 2 BEDROOM US FURNISHED years of l.iunnn. the description of awa of I'irlct I 1'1.'' aa amended by Con f..so. will he entered ng IIINI' '/. u
the property, end the namea in which Chapter No 267MP Livn 11 lor Ih. relief demnndtd In the Cnn.plaint .
three bedroom home.. house with central heat and gar. i It was .......d are .. fulKweOtlllcate : I'161, nrlni Sfcll.m 595911' Fln.ld'i, And that salesman would work at a low wage. That
Job T. Ptrralra A Sou : :sht tell: ) IIMII of the Circuit, Court' In and fir Naanau "e
261-4600, of Property flinch 149 Lot County Florida upon receipt of W 1'1 N r.R'I my hind and the ae.il of seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would
Broker 3t E24, 01. tc. I M ft eN M fit 0/8 Coy of I lor. proof nf publication I nf this nulke, ,1, sold Court lit fr minima .... h.Nassau .
M8 AUntle A... Phone 2I1.U71 I landlna Bcoih Ilh. flrtltlous name. towlfhnrles County. llorldj. til.<. Sots:
NICELY FURNISHED DOWN. Ham, In which laneix-d Nelson Wil <' M Lonx| >r Molora day of I'.pteinber' I I.KM never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, ol
-- Siam, Fernandlna .I'.sach. Florida Under which .e are .nIlDoI In /eD 0 OXtKYr
TWO BEDROOM \house on Ray. STAIRS apartment Desirable All of said properly beinej in the hunlneii ut 2 Rd. location Garage 261.4227. trc.Mdrul"1 County of Nassau Slate of Florida, 'I the city of fcrnm-llna I.esch,< Flu Court In end For Naasuu C'lunly, Just what his employer wanted him to say
ta Large/ lot. Term arrangd. Unit oe such certificate or c.rtifl. Ida That' the pirtlei Interested. In I Florida. ruurlh Judicial Cnult ways say
Ph 261-5421. ICe atei shall be redeemed seen ding 10law said bualnesi entcrprlrt are aa of
Apt*. the riesrrlbed In such Iowa: Albln
-- --"' property
I I I ROOM FURNISHED down. wrtlficate or rrrtificutea, ../IM he sil Charles M Cooper or t.nelK/ .fnl'l A'I'' "n.II.-etch, I
Egans Meadow his wife Rule .. 'vilt: Al. I Even Aladdin's couldn't produce
I Utllltlej, dot &0hit highest bidder at the cour urine Cooper' / I Impossible genie ..
Mbi, apartment.
TWO :3 BEDROOM HOME boa. door or the flrM Mnndty In ,,0' an male by the entireilra '"

$10000 down S55 monthly \Include water.rental Alaq For cheap lifonmlloii winter call beset W. lie'1f:, day November of November, 1964: witch HIM; ll 4t __ 114.: 15.1 1, I. .41 __ m _IU I I. _I. 15. 32 that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman .

taxei and &insurance.tr \ Daled this Ith day of October. 1554f"n.a
< I. McCranl 261-4642. tic D, O Oxley PUBLIC NOTICE I

FOUR LARGE shady lot r at Five 4JIiF17RN16HED: NEWLY DiOO Nassau rf County Clara,t Florida Court of NOTtrr: IS HrnFIIY: IIVEM. that parson to Chapter I.... FlorHnRtjlutn comes only In air castles and newspapers

Point If you desire, we will 41 101. II 22 29 1 I'lM. the following deac'lbed. land In Nnssau County Florida. will
ATED aparupenu for ftat. C,HJH8srTf. -- be altered far sale at public outcry for the blithest I and had rob hid at
hulk\ for yuu. ." ICe Ule Northernfn.ni diwr re the County CCwrlhnwn.. Fernan'tln, Rauch,
PUBLIC NOTICE'" IIH14 Florida: heflndne .1 11.30 o'clack.. A. M an III. Ind day uf NuvemMr. Read back. There is nothing there that newspaper:
IM Mae** DHt. G.rsp\paI't IeIIt MARe AfPIICATIONOR CIL No Dnle af rlf 11.lplk.

KM fits IISM equity "fake up Pay. Furnished or Unfurnished FINAL I>IH< IIAKi.E 3" Ang, 2nll, 1rr.1' fads 111II.111II' Tnwn of rrawf..d. can't do for retail store. It is the
I advertising a super
'* Tic rtOBIKA *T'TlTt:. 41 July 2nd I.m: lads 1'1., 1:2:: T".n of .wfll.d,
oumU I bedroom ,, :11I1 IN fOI'iT or TUB COUNTY BY 1008", 4th, 1941 11 IUI: lows of r..f..d
dream salesmen the salesman
...tN.. n....., Are.M.W.M. tr FLOasOA.S4 PBOBATBit cat AUI "h, 11141 l.nl 711 TnwII .d Crawl ..d I salesman, the perfect .
Mblm.i 7th Imo
Supt. Lot 7la Taws rd CrawlOd
re Pilate el '
CMHiiletely funlslMtl H..r. (star WUIium rurnrs, Dease4. :? Aue., :. Slh. 14:15: Lot: : 701 Tnwn M r.nerord! I
261436 'Tr ft All WIMM. II May Co....., 15 Aug, 51h. ItM" ..... .73 T".n of Crawford I All that Is needed to put him to work is call a representative -
NMirt. le .hereby given that H.ssle 411 Aue 2nll. 1':17: Sid R78 T'wn nf Crwl'' '''<1
... .. r-----: .a m..., ra..e e larnei Fink flied her final report i iLimlnlatratrlx aA .1 Aug 2rtJ. sits IA N'7' T...." of C.a..fnd'I
$ nU'lIIca : of the estate of Oscar Aue Mh. 111"0 Ins rem Tnwn of Crawford of this newspaper at 2613686.
4I r MISCELLANEOUSOEATERI fllllam Barnes. deceased; that she SI Aut 5th. 50:96 1 : lad. IMO Town nI Crawford
"'10\ ''y;: 'ilod her. petition for final discharge. I'" July Id 1H2! lad 1:1.: Tn .f r..f..11H
y It au thai ale. will apply to the Hue.refcle ., June. 1.1. 1'143 let StI'rows nf Crawford.
Nay ..... 11 01r : CLEANED call 1, E Weathrrord, County :: Jane 5.5. 51109: lad yet Tnwn 1 Crewfurd Area
: The Beach Trading
1 I..ud.. o( Nii.su Cnunly Florida, on June Ins: 1945 he gat Ti., 's I'rsw ford Covering pernandina
OttM Preen:; phone 161-4192 or the tirl day November. 1 toeS. fnrporoval Pee 14. Top IN RI' 2t
.Y.Na P14S.I Ofc ol same and for final din 4a :n. Ins lI4d! Lot M7f. M7T"oe rf Crawford.
charge a. Aitmlnlslralrlx ...fbe em Ie" If Twp IN, Rge 24
..... tNTLa Iote of Oscar William Stamen, .... N June hI 11141 iM 54'S. Tnwn of trawfordlee.
COLOR 'N TONE l .e.wl "t UUa 2Mh day of Septem- 14 tenIN age 24
'" blr Ceior RIB. coo. herr IM4 1 14 June Is1941 Lnl. 5W,. 741 TuwA of Crawford FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERPHONE
_llP aBensle Barnee Fink June 1.1 51144 jail Taws ('raw Svt
11MIaN. SIN tolort. A beauty Besale/ Barnes link :r June ht: I'M0 A 1ore:: : T'n5 :.1 Craneeda9
....... II THE' : VANITY SHOP AdmlnlalralrK. of the ..slateof July 1'1, 5040 tat 703 Tnwn nI Cenwfurd
.... .l-4Mlr OBc Ow r William Dames, 43 July Ins IBtS lid 7M T'wva, 01 Crawford
dereaaee) July 5.1 1'MS ,p t wa of e4
Albin C. Thorn pen*. Jr U July lot: 11541 I'.1' .55 n of W.\f, 261.3686 or 2613687
r' III' mJ'li'ii'.taI nx Saw MmtaiWttklxAt D. 0.
l 14 BIIIIOIL At y amid AvmteFersandlsa 5 ,,Clah g.1:! Court I'

.. beach. 1orlda Nassau County: Florida I
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Pvf. Edward Fiveash il rtIlulIIiiiliIiiIiiiIIIIE'li I ? ( !!!i I I l'Ililll i' !l! l i::Il !!,,I!iI,!,!,!!;?!.VIII, ,ifLndl!!(((!R"IIj(!!?+I REGULAR 371 OSCAR MAYtRJiUili "' :.. '.

Completes Aircraft Yi SAV ?? ? I Bf rr nswciger Sj 29tfREG <
Maintenance Course pl,
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II! !!?, n'' llli!{H 37* ,OSCAR MAYER SANDWICH ________
I Pvt. Edward II Flveash.am Ill il l lil i 1 !II111 V Spread. 291. % '
of Mr and Mrs Ray H Five. II'i':: '!''till! Pkg, %
ash 408 Stanley Dr., Fernandlna {111! { aiiII.? ,
Beech Flu. completed a five- i I Illlll <
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week aircraft (maintenance court Ill 1' )7;
at the Army Aviation School Fort) Sausage..391;! /
Barker Ala", Oct 2. nit
During the course Flveash rereled Ilklil l ) .4 "l! PILLSBURY OR BAUARDBiscuits Fresh Pork
Instrnrllnn In the operation { ,
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of Army airfields and In the main- 'e"J
lenance of Armv aircraft. !!! !!ll.I. !.. Ill'' 4" s 39 1. 39 .
The 1R-ycar.nld inldler entered' !, .IfCI., ..!. .,! ; Hams
the I Armv In June IBM and complrted !:. ;;;;.u; ili'I' Cfp t5 'inn" REGULAR $19 PEELED'DEVEINED.._ Lb ,
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training it Fort Jack STOa
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ann lie Is a IW pradiidtc' of For.nnndlna till!!nil:!ulilillluii8liiuilij! ;g ,i l!iiiliUiilliliiiilli?! ?: ? flli iiit lllElf ilmiiiiUlliiliilW.D l llniilNVii! !! : '! Shrimp r '1'1s.LII.>* T' /
Bcarh High School

Wildlife Officers SteaK8.YO r t Boston Butt '

',',C Change From Khaki ( Roast t39L I '

To Green and Tan r,

TLT.AHA8SFR: : '"ho" fimrtlvHl ( SteakWD LB. 88 ; i
kl uniform of the Florida Wild
life offleer will soon he M a mewry .
ti be associated. with bvenn. BRAND BONELESS ROUNDRoast Pork Pig Tails LB., 19 .
d'vi In the forrwU fWds' InkM
." eel rtv_. The, old Vhikl! un'fnrm 0
of In* Game and! Fresh Wafer 00 Pork Neck Bones ,\\19
FlRh Crmmlsslnn In brine replaced LB.IPO i
bv a uniform of new dealer "nd'color !
according to A. D. Aldrich,
Fish director Commission.Cam and Fresh Water EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *26 I BELOW GROUND Pork Chitterlings 2 LI.cuP',59, ;, ",

worn The managers by new all uniform field, Information personnel which will offle.regional be Beef 5 LB. $1 95PKG. Pork Brains. 1I. 291

ere, and office receptionists, li
.. bottle green with tan shirts' and 29
Pork Liver 11. ;
"alrlpoi.; The new Jacket li bottle . .
green, with tan shoulder! strum:;
thc trniiscri are "'>tile wewi wMh
:.one Inch tan strlpei, the shirt litarr QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Pork Back Bone La. 49;
with bottle green shoulder PRICES GOOD THRU
*t/apa The new uniform result- OCTOBER 10TH
tlon prescribes atraw hati for aum- w,INN,01111 iTOKit. INC.-corrmiHT
mer and felt hats for winter artd
_.'.black ihnei or boots, black tun
Ml. holster and cartridge carrier
sad black necktie
According to Aldrich the 'new
uniforms are of a wash and wear
erne material and each officer li cja ,
'being provided with an Initial issue -
of six complete uniforms, Previously FANCY
the uniformed personnel of RED THRIFTY MAID rYELLOW

:-_the with Commission they a uniform were required allotment were provided to fromyhlcH pur. TOKAYREGULAR \ I ICE \ I SOLIDS

.. chose their own uniforms The

.: -""Commission new uniform will regulations eliminate, the of the al.IoWnent .. bUAINC GRAPES MILK OLEO '
aa well ai provide a statewide
standard for uniformity

.. rHEALTH1 GREEN 4 Lit 4'9; HALF GAL 39; S ,.I:. ,, l' 0 ; 1



Yuar A ylue.I:I.rm I.md MTdiwl a' Ueie your e.nc.nnR 1I00iar t u,:caIy" of I ,M and dlcna ha Apples 5 B'c'491.REGULAR' 2/25 STANDARD: '


"My How corns many are times killing hart met"you Pears 10 FOR 69x Tomatoes i1 10 ;

heard someone voice this complaint
you voiced it yourself? REGULAR 7U"(. ASTOR VACUUM PACKED
It may or may not be corns Apples 2"39x -
that are causing the discom : 32-oz.
fort. But painful feet from' a lI.) D k ..6 51
wide ,
vanity of causes ranktln.e Coffee nn CANS {
of Ammias to the common health cold problems.as one UCAH 59; Taters 4 LBS 49/ t'

Yon fid lake a lot of l punishncnt -' REGULAR 39 EACH .LIBBY CORNED
in a lifetime 1 of bearing MORTON ,

I.. and yuur iiiniitly pavements weight ou sidewalks" around In, tact hard every floors it's"day I REGULAR 63* HELLMAN'S Dinner 2> 79x Beef f Hash 3 16 5 1
I. tribute to the analiimicni{ struc CANS
lure nf the foot and ankle that t ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE

: 1 6>. cause this: part even of elm:the Ir'nuMe.body Ootg.i II I M Juice 2 :' 99x REGULAR 21. DEL MONTE r
I 1 here are several..| poilltl' toilhi \ 4 9'I" o
remember in cars>>[ the feet- '
Be 'I '."''' ",; '
aware felt arid ,
boor' 11
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that they need care'clean* ?I L ':H; : : ': 15J
liy linens attention and attention to minoraches I late"s ,21Jc'o.tB 9 7 \ i r ''' P e' ', 80.1. '


and problems kail assistance to professional,,more for serious foot advice foot disorders. A Shrimp 2PKG$179', REGULAR, CHEK CAN SOFT 5

craw GIANT 48 F. MORON' ,FROZEN""" BAKED BREAD /49k. 15 120z,
Include a foot examination, s. 1

in checlii your|>. a-umul health _ Dough 3 Pka 59; CANS

lieallh. An importint is properly factor fitted, In hoes.foot REGULAR 27* FACIAL TISSUE ,
Corns tool, bunions often. are EXTRA EX..A
rauicd by undue presmre n( d7l GEN,. STAMPS., I .6'f GREEN STAMPS I -ct.
nl -w+ r +.v ,,, .6 STAMPS
shoes on loruh/id elrots l on the w w.Nww+wRa R..ti Kleenex4OO 49
feet, or Iocs.There TAfT ONt[t 0 LI flABIIIADCO ee H PK9IIN DNS rR0i1N Na-I :
are many foot trouble TARNDW IAN. u. 11.00 WORTH or
with a definite phyiloloaical 'J( Perch 99 ( Pizza Pie Candy
attention I Az. ,
by your physician. e1 :
Some are birth problems, such Anus wouNIIr *21
as club foot or other nulfor-
: matrons There are circulatory EXTRA Wesson29;;
: I
I p-nliltms such at Inflammationand EXTRA EXTRA :
narrowing of the arteielof d9l GRN,, ., STAMPS, d7! GRE N STAMPS I
I the lefts, nutritional diseases .NN N au. w Nwrro NN I,,,wwAAYN a dryf, ur..L STAMPS,
I such as rickets, nutaliollc prol I TwoMe1.N ONI IO.CT antsOVIr N AMNNw, .a REGULAR 35 ALL PURPOSE
lams PAN.IIIOI..I1'INK ONE too'cr PM.
: such dubeles ""onN
or !Rout COON- N
and fungus infectioim, such as Creole 298Oooo / < Cub Steaks 89* Tea DIXII HOMI '
athletes loot.UOII' 4a;i THRU OCTOII tOTS ,,,, OOOD THRU 24os.
;;A; ocraiin T
I t neuter!your fret Minor '23 N"Mb: 900 THRU OCTOIIR IOTHAT Astor Oil 25
ache and tl ANT WIMN.NSN wsuolns20 I ;
pains may des rump Into IY ANY 121 BOT
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: flier serious|>robl(>ns if ignored.


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WANT AD RATES THREE BEDROOMS, two full or week Experienced Lnrgi I Sports Afield I

45 per word .78 minlmon bathe, large living room will fenced yard with play gym Ph I I

fireplace, birch Florida 201-3989. Ire) I
Card of Think. RmvlutlOM. paneled MMsN
and flmllar Notice room dining room, kitchen, gir I :::::: : j BY TED RESTING

| M fur word! II." minimCl age and storage area. Glass slidIng NOTICE. WASHING MACIiINEand : .. .."
refrigerator repairs. Cal CALLED ; The seasonal hurricanes borne fish within range of the_bout. For
doors from Florida room and
281.3188 or 261.3687or dining room onto large covered after 7:30: p.m. to 7:30 a m. 22.1: 'L50 PONTOON COLOR y--. north from the tropics, greatly In. best sport, once a school of finN

place ad tt office patio. Central! gas heat kitchen 5294. Call during day at Hilliarc DARK BROWl1 ANEXCELLENT flurore trio weather and general starts feeding on the chl4l>>. use aroshwatpr

511 Ash Street with all built-in equipment This 845-38S3. tf c 1)) LA J SMALL EARS ) fishing rnnrlilliin. on the Atlantic/ / spinning rod red! reel

._ -, Is not a pre-cut home. See at I p SWIMMER Coait durUu the month of Septem with a ilghlwdg.it lint Tie the

?<">7 McGregor Blvd. or phone LET ALCOHOLICS ANONY : GOES TO ber. Ajihmutl) the
FOR SALE 261-5222 m MOUS help with your drink.. r WATER period usually occurs around the without any additional-*eight,

Ing problem Write Box SU8, I 1t rod of the third week of' the month' Md bait It with a small jJcce olpiouoimker

Returned City or Phone Jax. El I 6-7700: TO trrplcul! dlsliirbarires are unprrdlc Toss It overboard Into
:. _
PLYMOUTH assume pay. From Model HomeS E5CAPEENEMIES' table.. Some years they may con. the chum, and allow It to move

"mcnts"". of $60 month. Phone 241'.1 complete rooms Furniture Found I Unite (Into the forrpirt of OC away slowly will the currrnt.

015JLTRIOHT I Appl.aa.cts Carpeting 0"-" with heavy seas cutting out > When a ilx-or eigM-pound blue

; PIANO Rood"tlon. eondl. 1 I Consists of 7 pc. living room suite JUSTFO bench formation and exposing l'r'l alrikei such a rig your'e"going to

$65 Phone 281-4763 or SPat << e nylon covered sofa, matching club LOST OR STRAYED Tan Chihuahua beds to hordei of feeding (flub have a real Job cut out tor you

217 N. 3rd. tic chair 2 step tables, cocktail table: 10 Inches till male, !S September stormy /season his J before that f(.h I In brought .!abonrd.

-* I 2 lamps. 5 pc. bedroom suite with years old answers to nnnn m,5a; 7RKK4 FUN! tomlt'nty to make the builflaa In the fall when theblucrinh!

[APARTMENT SIZE 4 burnrr triple dresser, chest-on-cheet I Mickey $J reward for infoima WALKING who"! up nnd mane Inshore prior

electric stove $30 1608 Highland I I' bookcase bed. 2nd bedrcom Is let lien Iradmg to recovery Phoni IN THE MLI r TAIL .. to their mlftralliin southward see chasing mullet, spearing( and

St. Phone 2615835. 08p of maple bunk beds for the kids. 261-4974 days or 261-3461 after I Ip 6 a.. MALLCRAIISH, IhroiiRhniit OrtohtT. According.. to sand eels Into the shallow inshore

Formica top dinette table with I 8 .m. Oil l I \X. 11 COI.OI\ R< bert D. Halt. Salt-Water! Fishing waters the bench fisherman also

130 IIOHSE EV1NRUDE. plywood I foam padded chairs. Kitchen I II ---- ---- ," SMALL/DARK FEET' Editor of Sports Afield Magulne. have Increased action and arc usually .

\beat fiberalass bottom. Both for I complete with set of pots and pan. CLASSIFIED sour YOur i i "Thl Rrral' cnnctntratlon of food rewarded for those long/, uneventful .

$200. Amelia River Fish Camr. I 52 pc set of dishes 36"' range will \ '; foUND IW SWAMP AND I attract the bluefish and itrlpcra, hours spent standing In
DISPLAY and I here Is H noticeable ImproveI -
tic all porcelain finish, oven broiler, I
I storage pace, also a '65 model 'QI;: : MARSHES THBUOUr Most fWRlPA I I nionl In Mcncrn) fishing tondltlo .." the/ wash of Uu summer surf.POOO .

| JEEP 4 WHEEL DRIVE Admiral refrigerator with cross I. . ;4+: -K o oXo,o.y; ; OF FLORIDA OFTEN WALKS While the( surf fishermen arc eon- ..

overhauled\ motor rotor part top freezer, crisper. Painting ? 5CAT-LIKF" WITH'' ALTERNATE GAME tent to Hand In the whirling white

new paint. $400. Phone 261. Regular price this group SIMM "HOP PING' Wglt Rally
Free EstimatesCall STEPS 'INSTEAD' OF wnlers at the ncrnn's edge and/
AA4 "
J52i 08p] Now yours for only .. fi/ltl LIKE RABBITS USUALLY PO JMAISSWEIGHT watt, for a passing school| | tg sylkt,

UNCLAIMED! WATCHES Rood I $599.00No 261-5927 .' 2. TO 3 LBS. .. the offshore fisherman con often 4Nn
running condition will cell fort I .... 'lIlt .......,..,.-.. stalk! his fish with a greater amount 4ie%
week Joe
repair charges. $2 to $3. Fowl.1 I money down terms $5.00 of success. There are various I
Jewelry. tie Entire group Is new, has been on OVV4fivs< FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH; WATER rlSH COMMI5IOrJ' way. of( catching Mueflsh from
display only See at
I I m -- =---YTVV4CHARLES tho offshort waters, ; but perhapsthe
fJ'EXALUM CUSTOM MADE NATIONALFURNITURE -....-... most sueeessful method la by M

Venetian blind. measured and WAREHOUSE M. "Our ronsclt'iic'i'i punish us lesi chumming once a school of fish Is I
Installed Wide range of colon. 3622 Beach Blvd. Fl 9-256 PUBLIC NOTICE I for neglecting to motto any NewYear's located This li dune from an anchored II
NOTICE: OP IKTFNTIOVTO JlDlttAL riRtllT III' ",IIHIII", hunt by keeping a steady
resolution than fur maklnK
Center Phone 261-3008. tf Delivery Assured Anywhere. MAKE!: APPLICATIONFOR IN Awls HH NAUSAll IOHNTV. flow of ground,up mois-bunker In
Open dally 9-9 Sat. 9-6 Sun. 12-1 Fer FINAL DIUCHARI.E' IN tH\NFHV. CAME NO 2KHI some and breaking most or nil of
1959 PIORIUA STATUTES avow FAY MILIIANKS, the water. This foul-smcltlng mess
FORD PICKUP. Good Olin Miller Portage
con them. ,
Plnlnllff tossed overboard In
d lon. Call 225-5183. 08e ValiantBarracuda >l> OF FLORIDA IN PROBATE Mnall amounts creating an oily
In re the Kalaf of stream of food that attract blue.
Good condition FOR RENT HAHKIKTT II.; WOOD, Drreiird.T nl.ndanl.
348 engine with stick $300. leeat > All Whom II May Concern: NOTICE OF niT I ."
t 2111 Belvedere Ave. 261-4770. Plymouth Notice li hereby liven mil Hvry THE, ITATE OF FLORIDA
V. filed hIs final
ONE FURNISHED beach apartment lleugnet report es
OOp| Chrysler B: for single or couple. Phone< Wood deceated.: that h* filed hli 14050 Proctor lit., Lo Peuirte' Calif

QUICK SALE 2 BEDROOM 261-4944. tic 5 Year or 50,000 h.p.tlilon will for final to the dlichorge Honorable, and 1 that t. her You been are hereby filed u notified that In a
apply .UII\:
house with 2 car garage attach. Mile Warranty Weitt-.Hi.rrt r,.ir/y Judea of N... shave entitled eiuie., .n.nlo that ; : \ Good Salesman?
Need A
are hereby required to file
FOUR downstairs furnish. yourwer
ed. 100 X 165 ft. lot. Alvin JtOQM sill County lorlda. onh.* 3rd day .
ed apartment. Phone BEECH *,14th ST. of November. Iuu4. for approval of ,with. the Clerk of this Cnur
Strickland, Bailey Rd? 2615363. 2614645.tfi Phone 261.3003 same and for final dlichnrje .. Executor and l .n. a PPdnt thereof upon the,
Pluinlllf or tr'e Aiturney"
(tfi of the estate iif Harriet tl',.
I Will ':ra Je Boats Wood deceased. on this lat day'tlCXluuvr ;.whnae name and. address I.: .1
-- -- < 'IUM Tbomos H.II.Atto.nr. .
THREE 'BEDROOM bath?home FIVE ROOM FURNISHED apart. Harry V. lieuinrtExerutor al 1.0.
Shaded lot. {ne t. 132 N. 3rd S. Phone 261 Trailers or For Almost of the .tint, of II Norlh' I'ou'th' Abort, hard that
Second Good salesmen
mortgage I 4945 O8 Anything That Doesn't Harriet II, Wood, dtiaitd.Thoi .ernoetina Snarl. I'lnldar are so to come by many a
can be arranged for part of ;. hove, Jr, Ally later than the: J4th Coy of Owtour ,

equity. Present monthly pay. TWO 2 BEDROOM APTS. EatPUBLIC 41 10-1 I, 15 22 you, A fall D to I 1WMIf do .0. Deere Pro. retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's. lamp to :
merits 5942. 2613508. ICe Confess will h* entered. agalnxt you"
I garages. Apply 723 N. Fletcher, . oouu 0 10000101110 I PUBLIC NOTICEDNOTICE for the relied demanded, In Complaint'

LARGE THREE BEDROOM. 2 Year round rent. Phone 261. FOR BIDS dlvorc The nature of laid lujt being fur rub when h. needed more help to sell ", .,..handiu.It .

bath Norwegian i Brick home. I 3218. tic NOTICENOTICE The Board of County Commlnlnn-/ WHNFSS or: hand and the neat, of
'. the said at Fernandlni Hi-ai,
era of Nassau County Florida, u.
Clinch Drive. 2615362. S24 01, I 82ii"
Nassau Courrtv. Florida this, Slit
THREE ROOM FURNISHED apt cite seated bids for the construction "
: I 407 Cedar St. Phone / tOR FINAL IIIM'HARu"Iff of. two Hud Wall and four Win* day of September. 1bM.SEAL would also be nice If the lamp produced a sales'
ATLANTIC AVENUE, Lot size 2615836.O22c FLORIDA STtTlTEK Walls at tin end of drain plpei on ( ) D (O
37H x 100. Liberal terms. COURT: OF THE COl'NTV I County Road known al the Orange or cirtcuiiT IODHT

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, six rest JUDGE NASSAU lOtNTV. STATE Creek Bluff Rnad dr.n ITU at under a point laid where mud Pigeon THOMAS Attorney for II. HAIL plulnllff man who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make
dentlal lots each lot 131 x 136'',. I FURNISHED EFFICIENCY apt In r. the Fitai. or Copy of plum sod .- "' II Norlh I'nurth HI reel
Year round rental. Utilities _re be: "M <,lr d hy cimliii'llnn, D rernjndmu Bvaih Florida I
Some terms.iy furnished. 5750. 630 N. Fletcher To MARY All C.Whom RtlUERH.It May llrrPliri('unornNollr Onlev. Clrrk to Board County h'r.l 41 tHA. 101 I. ., III all the calls necessary, who could see every customer,

ownir. Mlzell 200 Law Ex. li hereby given thai Verne ml Kinrr.. Room ID Ommv '
change Bldg., tic Mye Wilkes I tiled her final report houne. Pcrnandlna Ranch Florida day.It
Executrix of the mute :ol Mary C f Netted bldi ihould' be submitted to every .
Jacksonville, Fla., Telephone TWO BEDROOM furnished apt.- Rn..... der.,...", SAM she filed her Hoard County Commlnlimeri, L,,). PUBLIC NOTICE
S53-2C23. tic kitchen living room, two screened petite,. (or final discharge. and thnt O Oylfv. .Clerk Fernjndlnn Konin Beirh.III t'.ullCourthouse Plor-!>. IV TH". CIRCUIT (OlrIT' OF Till t 10.-
she will apply In tin H mciruhle J EWeuthtrrord ''
porches; garage.. Year round C Judge of N.I.inu Ida, nnl luler th.irIII 00 Cloth. A
NICE, LARGE LOTS for aale 255 S. Fletcher Ave. Ole County Flrrl'U unty, on tin Uth day- .... on W.on..d-v. Ot.l.ber HI';. TIIK ANrF'0R" STATR NAlHAII OF FLORIDA tl( NTV. IV IV would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn'tmake
I and nk.d "R1d. I'.' : 11I61.\\
Good term. One quarter mile of November. HIM\ fir approval We.m..56 Wul'la, ('IIAN( hItS' ('use No 2HM

South of Five I'otnta on Amelia UPPER DECK APTS. of for the final HI ate discharge of Mary C.seExerutrlx of which Heart lime W.illn same aOl bids wine will., be opened EUZo\8. ILOYII GILF.H.Plain!Iff, mistakes, who always told the correct sales story,

Rd. Call 1 2GI-5121 tfrl TWO PRIVATE ROOMS private R<'[en dccemed. on this Sth day ofCxTobri mud.. tubulated nnd considered, ; *..
enlranoe and'bith.. Two apart- JIll!' Hid Bind or Canhlen Check In I JONNV' tics (.II.RS. who found interested customers short notice and
5Vrrrra Mm Wilke. amount of 8% percent must utcuin nrfrndasLNf1Tll'Pt on ,
BRICK 3 BEDROOM one bath. meats with TV and, utilities fur Verna Mae Wllke.Pxeiutnx I pmv each et.t, t .every hid.. OF SI'IF
OveriUed: lot $13,250 with gen. I of the *.l',ito nf The llrurd re.t-ve. the right to
until I THE fTATF
nlshed. Reasonable May Or I IOMIIM
Mary C Rosin, cleteamilMbln I reject. any or all hid. 10 JOHNNY LEE: HUESP sold merchandise.If .
erous terms. 13. are C, Thompson, Jr.Attorney Muted, this Klh: day of September, O It.t,
A r> I 1\1114\ I
fur F..cullxf.'n .
N >rlh Cliurlenton, South Carolina
WANTEDii A VETERAN TC UNFURNISHED 4 ROOM garage Atlimllc Avenue Jim. ,Thnma.Cmml'v ChalrmonHntrd Cn'nminnhmcreNov.na I You are hereby nollfi.d' that a null I

BUY 4 bedroom home for $7,. apartment. Can partly furnish Bejih, Hnrl'l.iIt IQg, 18 32 2U!) tounly. ebolda.ATTEST' .has itbov l bran entitled fund cause uijlint, and you that'In you lie l the merchant rubbed hardhe, might find a salesp'a. *

800 with low down pjymtnt Adults. $35 monthly., 1627: AUanVacation herthy to tile
urn required your an

Lrn7dttr'eernnlac! '* i* .. V .... 'afdlrJxtawASU''d667r'' 711i.-i.J4J1;' ;! ; : <: !-Y NOTICE!:LiC'N OP APPIICATION TiCI < -. f'-- tCh*: ... .::) .t-""',1.la Plaintiff nver"wdlh'the_ .a nr hope J'uirtf Plulm'ff's,4reofiiiiun*f ttiei Court A.tnrney std the,i f ; ..,; who.could' go right intojhe home, right into thejiv, J'\e

MODERN SPLIT LEVEL, near Apis. FOX TAX DRFOpee PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE whore name end addr*.:a laAlbln : I of
5) I OCEANFRONT APTS. Completely III IS, F.S. C Thompiiin, itAttorney ing room and talk to the housewife, and tell the story \
Five Points Three bedrooms, 1
Day, week or month NOTICE it HEREBY .IVEN.. that !: INDRR: FICTITIOUS I At lawP
furnished I
baths, dec $14000 witli FHA I.aeph Rlcho the holder. of the following NAME!: LAW O llox 711Fernimlina
' terms. 584 S. Fletcher Ave. Phone 281 certificate han filed laid/ certificate Natlr, li hereby. liven that the un- Beach Florida, his merchandise.And .
5878. tic for i tux deed to be Issued TiKni-il' punuunl to the 'TlclitlounUjme not later than November", Uih' I'in4\ I
ft ftfr thereon The certificate numbers and llniuia', Chapter No 201)51I \) If you fell to do no. Durve Pro.
$20000 down, $57 month buys ma. UNFURNISHEDhouse : tttrt of Issuance. the dpicrlptlnn of Laws I of I liirlrtn (IINI aa amended by Contest will be entered' ng ,IIIHI, v u
llii 1 BEDROOM In* property and lie names In which Chapter N.I 20795 i, I//tiwi of f Florida lor the relief demanded In the Coin'
.;' canary, three bedroom home. with central heat and gar It was aueMetl lire a> fiillowa: HIM bring Svdlnn mi (HI. Florida II plaint that salesman would work at a low wage. That
1 -fttr age 603 So Fletcher Day call >tlllcute No 112 Year of luuanc Statutei. Kill regHlcr with th* Clerk The nature of said lull lielng lortlvort .

:; John T. Ferreira Son 261-4600 Bight call 2614MB.3t Dncrlplon-Iwo of Property fi9.\ Lot mil nf the County Circuit"Flnrlrij Court, In upon and' receipt for Naa of, 'INFSS'eWl my hand and the .e.il of seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would

Broker S24, 01, 9c a W ft rf N M ft, ol I.trundlna proof of public,.illnn nf this notice. laid Court at "em in'Una Heurh
Bench Ih* Irtlllnul name. .. to,withnrlei Nassau O.unly.. H'Tlilj, I"MII. :
108 Athntie Me. Phone 2S1-S57I tURMSIIED DOWN. Nam.: In whlili a....ird Nel.nn wl.1 <' M Cooper MotorsUnder lay of ii |ptenrber.:; :: :I KH never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, always
-- NICELY (lams. rerniindlnj (lieat-h. Horidu. which we are en ad In /ID 0 OXI.EY
STAIRS apartment. Desirable AU of laid property Iwing In the iiiimen MI mil' South Mth street In n O Oxlev, Clerk of fie Circuit
TWO BEDROOM house on Ray 2614227. Ite.Metranle' County of Naiuu State of Florida Ibl city (if fern'in.Una .lieich. Florida Court In and lor, Njnau Ciunly, just what his employer wanted him to say.
location Garage. say
m Rd. Large!! lot. Terms arrang Vote c. such cerllficate or ...rllli.eat. Thul the pirtien Interested In Florida Fourth JuHIUal Crtult
ed. Ph 2615421. Ifc .. shall be redeemed seen.ding, tn .i ild budsenses .* are at follow of I"I..rldjMbln
_. ..;.,..,.....-- Apts. law the prerly deicrltied In such I* C Thomnion Jr.
I i I ROOM FURNISHED: downstairs certi0calsoccer tlfmate, will be odd Chnrlei M Cooper' or l.iiell, K '''- AIu,nay for Piu.nilff' I
Egans Meadows hot 10 the highest bidder at Hi* cuurhe trine Cooper, hi. wile Sole, Owrreria :Out Al..inllo Avenue Impossible. Even Aladdin's' genie couldn't produce.
t TWO 3 BEDROOM HOMES apartment. hoar.. door or: the Mnnday InM'mlh an sate hy the eniirciieaIt fernundlna lleach FloridaI
. water.! Also cheap winter beach of November. :.\\w. welch Is S'M. 10'I. I, 19 in I. 1. 19 tl
$100.00 down $55 monthly, Includes rentals For Information call W. and day of November. IliMDated _n that sort of a merchant* dream. That kind of salesman .
taxes and insurance.; this 81 h day of October loot
I. McCranle 2614642. tic /u D. 0 Oxleyf. PUBLIC NOTICE I
LARGE shady lots at Five' NEWLY DCOO Nassau County Florida NOTICE!: I" II'R1r.IIY GIVEN thlll pUrlu'nl tn f"hnp'' 100' FIMN'n' comes only newspapers.
UNFURNISHED 41 IUB. IS 22. 19 $t.lulre. 1 1167. the 1..II..wl. d.'lbed 'land In N".u Cnunly Flnrlda. will
Points If you desire, we will ATED apartments for pent. C/lil/ -- M offered fur nit. at puhlle' outcry for the highest I sd, host cosh hid al
build for y>>u. SM-387T. tic the Nmthrrn I Hrunti diar ul the County C'urihnu.e, Fernandina Reich, ,

Bat Stanley Dr6r.r Garage Apartment MALE APPIICATION. tll No UnO 0' r" DeurlptI",e
Furnished or Unfurnished tOR fINAL I>IH( HARETIIK 3'i Aug 2nd. 1'1'1' Inls Inn Ins Town a' eranfnrd. the
$500 for $1500 equity Take up Pay. I I .1III"'A 57TL Tn 41 July 2n". 1":11I: 1.fIo 1'1. 1:2:: T"wn of (', ..Iud. advertising can't do for a retail store. It is super
munta I bedrooms I baths off IN COf'aT III' (HI'NT Ill Ate 41h. 1 1941 IA'I 5'IS" Town ,d CrwfnrdM .
Two room apartment furnished ICD'.I'':. NASSAU r01'IVTY. STATEOr : ; R. pl its 1'.14. Lot 5'(7 Town of Cruwfnr4. '
off Jin N. Fletcher Ave. I Is ,. ........ if 31 rapt. 7'h I'm Int 111 T'run of Cruwf'M4n
H. V. ...111I..) I I An.Uh/ :, leO ind: : mM T"we M rely e.: Ito r
$8.5 :361-0365 T. All Whan li May Co....., Aue 8th. lump td .13 Town of Ca""d I All that is needed to put him to work is call p representative
Ktr Notice .u hereby liven that 'lienlel 40 Au. 2nd. 19:11 I : LI> 878 T"wn 0' Crml"d. 1
lit 80. 14&.. St. Ban.l Pink filed her final report. n.dmlnlilratrlx 41 Au. 2f/J.' 1113' Ivd "00'1 Town of Crawford
of Ih. estate of O"car ee Aug 5th' harp.. Lot "HI, Town of Crawford I this newspaper at2613686.
f 2 bedrooms 2 baths, extra Diceyard MISCELLANEOUSHEATERS William that' she 11 Aue 81h, 1":18: lad fI40 Town 0' ('r.'nd
;; $ Oiled :her B'i;; : d .. 1"1 Jllly lot. IlIla IAI, 6:1.: Town 0' 'r..w'd
00ft sod that she will ipply In the Him tat June let 1943' lot all .rlOwn of (',,,,,,,,,,,
ties Ferret [ CLEANED call rafcl. 1, K We.ith.rford County :: June I+t 1151: Ind: it; Tune of Crawford The Beach Trading Area
N. $ Circle HUla Judge nf Nailau County. Florida onIh. June 1.4: 1Me LM: Tnwn /'ronfMd Covering pernandina
3 bedrooms Florida room, beautifully Ciena preen, phone :261-4192 or J>rI day nf November, toed t..r See H or.pIN. Rte 2tU
361-V04.. Ole pRrwal ol lam and for final, dlf :one lot 194' LnI .14. n1 T-wn rf C./ud.. I
landscaped yard 1300.00 charge al AdmlnKlratrlx of the en- nee If Twp IN R.. 24
down asaume payments $93." tate of Otett William llamea. ...- 44 June LL 1M. Iut 64n Town nf CruwbrdSee.
I NESTLE COLOR 'N TONE l ee.*ed o. Kill Oath day of fcept.m- I' twm IN' age uIt
per month. work's Color Rinse coo.dlllons beet IIM4, June hi. 1114' 1,15 744. 141 Tow of C.fordT FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER

CONTACT PETE INCBAMalemnaai I : :'elrtt A beauty Belli/>/ Beail Barnes Barns rink rink T June air.. I Isl.: 1041 1'S I kin I: ens 752 Tone Town ::: Crswevd4m Crauhrd

bargain at THE VANITY SHOP Admlnlatratrl of the ..&al. July' 1.1. 1'.n tad 153 Town of Crawhnd
I L. L. Bohajwa Phono :361-46M. OZkLOOS of Oncnr William lurnei, 43 July 1+6 1915 11.f4 'M Taos Crawford
d........., July lot I'Nt L t 002 tws of rd
.... Real Estate aV'Ur Mom C. 1'11__. Jr.1tora.y :: July .: 1145 1d'OIrut: W.t'ford PHONE 261-3686 or 261-3687
11 North 4th Ph .. 2(1.120 5ANDIMG Boo r-'J.U soIe. far Wmwl.u.ktsAtlanllc e 0.0. oeleyi I'tvW
U1'. Paul E. Haaaon. venr Clrcud Court
.. MUeli Listings M BOOMS aid .. Floor .
..,....dt a Wash. 'Iorlda Nassau County, Florida I
Acreage" Phone m-440. tfi 4' 19-1. .. II, It 4t 14,4, 11. D. D r



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Twelve"".. NeWS!!-L'eaiier, Fernnndina Bench, Florida Thursday!! October 8, 1964!) ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL For large pieces like blanked Jerisli are capable of chancing

-- CHURCH and draperies follow the dlree.1, color so as to blend with their immediate .
PINE GROVE BAPTIST Clll'RCIl The Rev James D. Ellisor, Rector tlons In the use-care book for background A 400 pound
I At The Churches Rev W, G, Brooks, Pastor 7:30: A.M. holy communion r- washer and dryer. For linedry.Ing 'Jewfish displayed at Marlncland
SUNDAY SERVICES: 10:W) AM. Choral: Eucharist!: For The HomemakerBy drape each piece over two I I of Florida: became totally blind t

MUST PRESBYTERIAN 9:43 A.M. . Sunday School 11:15: A.M. Church School clothes lines set 2-3 feet apart and because of this turned cornplclcly -
SPRINCHILL BAPTIST i CHURCH 11.00 AM. . Morning WorshipS (:30 P.M. Episcopal Young preferably In the shade Shift the black In color. The fish
CHUKC1I 00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service Churchmen I position of heavy pieces once or was treated for Its slkhl-lnss and
Rev John Dozier Pastor
State Hiway 1 1117 NasMutilltRev. \ twice (to speed drying and to regained Hi vision along with its
Worship Service . 8:45 A.M. 6.30 P M. Training (This l I. the schedule of very prevent !:
William. e. Frye Cliimh School. ............ 9::4% A.M. 7:30: P.M. Evtmntf Worbliln .junday: with the exception: of Inn Mrs. Mary N Harrison clothesline rill II".. wren toy. 1 capability t tI. to change color
Interim Pastor
fold them and store them In
\\oiKhip Service: ....... 11:00: A.M. Wednesday Services: 1 i last bunduy wf the month) I II i plastic .
. Service Home Demonstration bans, plastic sheeting, or I
Pastors Prayer lime Youth Meetings .. 6.CO: I'.M 7:30: P.M. Prayer ft 1 OrBlMLJs t? Agent I II I.
00 (Fur Men) ..-.... ......-...... 7 a.m Chinch School ??.. 7:30 P.M. ft ft ft I heavy paper. Seal openings with I'
Sunday School ............ 8.48: am ?? ISAI'llSl: CHURCH L. gummed tape. I II Register NowFor
w ft ft MEMORIAL METHODIST 44 e bouth felh btrcctJohnay ......_... _.
Morning Worship .......... 11 am .w _n__ Before storing plastic such as
Training Union ._.... 6:11: p.m. Protect Summer Clothes And FurIsWnjs .I the edurs of hems collars cuffs, swim caps wading pools beach
Evening Worship ........ 7:30: pm J. C. BYRD, PASTOR 1*. Meyer, Tailor dundsy Services Over The WinterIt accessories, picnic equipment, and I Annual
Sunday School ............ 10 AM i 45 _....... Sunday School 10:00: A.M. __ Sunday School>t I and pockets Also remove special outdoor .
Wednesday) : a.m playthings wipe all surfaces
Morning Worship __.... 11 AM 11:00 A.M. Wornhit takes just a few hours to provide stains or they nay become per.
Men'a Hour of Power ..7pm. i 11:00: aim _... Morning Worship with a sudsy cloth or ,
Evening Service _.. 7.30: P.M: : I 6;80 .in. .._.. ......... B.T.I) winler-long life Insurance I manently) "set" during storage sponge; PuntPassKickContest
Prayer Service ........ 7:30: pm."Whosoever ? ? 6,30 p.m. MVF Supper Pro. p ? ? ? for summer clothes and furnish- Let cottons dry thoroughly to rinse and wipe them dry. Sprinkle
ft ,lit'MTtD : 7'(IN) P.M. Mean Prayer Service
will may come I grams ings. Pack out-of-season washables prevent mildew, then fold them talcum powder, baby powder or
: PESTECOST.\L! J.00) . Worship 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship .
Evening cornslarch
ft: CIILRUI p.m clean and store them properly to lightly for packing Wrap white over plastics especially
CHURCH OF CHRIST I South Alh St. Ph. 2(113702llrv. .I ft ft Tuesday avoid moths, mildew abrasion I cottons land linens In blue tissueto Inside of Inllalables to
I 1:00: ..__. __.. .. Visitation
? sticking where
I.! riCIM: Of I'KACK) from prevent things!: are
South 14th Street I W. W. Roland I.I Prayer Mooting Wednesday 7:JoMUSI soil and the unnecessarywear prevent yellowing Put transparent PRIZES OFFERED
Earl hubs fI, Minister I Sunday School .. ,. .. 10 a.m i iI LUIIIEKAN CIIIIt'HDonald I UArilSI: IHtKUi; that deep creasing causes storage bins or boxes where folded Store plastics In a place
Sunday: Bible Study ? 10:00: a.m. Worship Service . . II am K. Ilimnu'lmnn, Pastor Rev J. T. Dunnam Faster In fabrics and plastics. I strong light won't cause colored which Is cool not cold.
Morning Worship __ 11:00: am. I Prayer Meeting! Tuesday 7:30: p.m. I'hone 2ul\ 56J4 Worship Services. 8.80: A.M The simple formula for "pack. fabrics to fide. Unless It Is easyto I Sort out clothing and home furnishings Boys 8.. 13 YearsGIL

Evening Worship "? 7:00: p.m. Bible Study, Thursday 1:3G: p.m Sunday/ School ................ .0:-15 a. m 11:00 A.M. leg away" Is to wish thoroughly see the contents label the container .. which the family will nev.
--- Worship Service 11:00: aim. 7:30: PM. with snap and detergent suds to ; this saves time and trouble er use again If still In good condition VIZCARRONDO,

ftft :Sunday: School 0:46: AM rinse thoroughly, to dry thoroughly later. I. let these things give service Director
CIIIRCH: OK COD OF Training Union .... 6:15: P.M.Wwlnesd I and to store efficiently and Moths work In winter as well at and pleasure to someone else
PROPHECY: Prayer Service *) conveniently. Skip the Ironing: In summer so wash woolens care. i Remember! When you donate FOR REGISTRATIONAND
('or. Slh. and Dale SU. 7:30: P.M anything which Is folded will need fully before putting them away something you don't want. It's FURTHER
We Work A Little Faster Mrs. Dully halt Pastor Ironing in the spring anyway Skip Some wools have a permanent I true generosity to take the timeto INFORMATION STOP
10.00 a.m. . .. Sunday School LAST SUNDAY OF THE starch as It attracts silverfish To I moth-repellent finish. Otherwise a I mend wash and Iron it first IN TODAY AT
11:00: a.m. . Morning Worship MONTH prevent crushing!! and creasing similar finish may be purchased.
When Your 7:00: p.m Bible Study (ETC.) 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion avoid overcrowding containers: and added to the final rinse alter I i Lasserre Motor
7:10: p.m. Evangelistic: Service 10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer place heavy boxes or packages laundering Fcld and store knits I I Fishermen operating a trot-line
7:10:: p.m. Tuesday Mission. and Sermon under never over light or flat because their weight can with more than twenty-five hooks
01 yond Prayer Service 11:15: A.M. Church School fragile on"s. cause sagging and stretching Ifj I I are considered to be fishing commercially Company
Money Needs Are PressingIt 7:30: p,m. Thursday V.L.B. 6.00: P.M. Episcopal Young Start wits the summer cottons left on hangers and must first obtain a
Service for Young People Churchmen and put the washer and dryer to After laundering clothes and fish dealer's license as well as a

'tltl ft tltl work. To get things really clean household accessories made of nylon fishing license. ..
CHURCH OV COO ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC turn cuffs down and pull pockets Orion Dacron and other -- -
<:Or. 4ih and Cedar Sts. CHURCH right side out. Rip horns and strategic synthetic (fibers finish with a fin.
Rev. J. J. !Newman: Pastor Rev Leonard Duncan Pastor seams on clothes which may al cool.lo-cold rinse. This pre.
never takes long to get a loan from us. II:tiu a.m. ........ Morning Service Sunday Mass __ _- 2nd, 4tb need to be altered next spring vents setting deep wrinkle., Hang INSURANCE ADJUSTMENTBEEN
Our service is and I E. Friday Evening 7:30: p.m. Sunday ". .. . 7:00: a.m Replace missing buttons mend permanently pleated dresses and
money normally quick .
7.30: p..... ._ ._ Evening Servlc Sunday Mane _.__._ lit, 8rd tears Vie thick soap or detergent skirts to drip dry into shape before
j convenient. In emergency cases, however, (Phone 261-3807 5th Sunday, 10.00 a.m, suds to pre-lreat soil lines along folding them
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such 0:00: aim ._? Sunday School) Monday Young People 7 p.m SETTLEDFrom
I as an unexpected hospital expense, t'rayer meeting Wednesday Tuesday, Novena Services .. 7:311: I

we try even harder to speed up the trans 7:80: pm. pm
A Dally ___ __ ,. 8 am I
action. TABERNACLE: BAPTIST Saturday _?...-. Convent Chapel rVERATONE
1.80: Communion in Convent I

YOU'LL LIKE THE WAY WE DO BUSINESS! Amelia Road CHURCH- Phone 261-3417 tttl 14th STREET tlN011' HURRICANE DORA ?

Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor
Sunday School .____- 10 a.m. Rev. S. C. Baker 8 SJ.95T
See Us
S600 Morning Worship __ 11 am. Interim Pastor Cal.M 1. Today
leans up t evening Worship ...._..__.. 7pm. 1:45: a.m. ... Sunday School

Wednesday Service _H'_ 7 p.m. (11:00: a.m .__" Morning Worship At JOtrIi :
G.A.C. FINANCE 6.30: p.m. .....-..... BTU VUATOOIIr For Your Repair Needs
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship HARDEE BROS.
CORPORATION CII URCII 7:30: p.m. Mid-Week Service! -

AMOuNT PAYMeNTS roe t:45 am. -..... _. Sunday School 81.PAUL'S LUTHERAN
75.00 8 5.06 $ 547 $ 7.55 1.30: p.m. ._ Trmnlng Union Amelia City Near Interiectlo

60.00 8 949 10.79 11.67 16.11 t:30 p.m. .._.? Evening: Worship A1A
425.00 24.16 21.35, 30.69 42.50 Vedneaday prayer service, 7.3C: A. .'. G.rbhardt, Pastor

600,00 34.39 39.34 42.66 59.35 p.m. it' off rfr too: a.m. <-T Morning-tttf Service BUY 4k Porter and LovequistColor

Rev. E. A. Lewis, faster Rev. Jerold A. Philips, Pastor
rnsinsllns. leach, Florida 18 No. 4lh St. LIGHT BULBSfrom
to:00 a.m. __ .- Sunday CenterFive
'o'ophon.261.3611OIll1II1.u" l .. ... Service, Sunday School 10:00: am
11.00: a.m. > ? Worship \
Morning Worship ... .. 11.00 aim A I LION I !
6:30 p.m, HH C. A. Youth Service I Points Phone 261.3068
Mir >; Wtdnedoy t S.IurdaII Service Sunday Evening .. .. 7:30: p.m,
7-30: pm. Evangelistic I
rhuraday mid week s.n'ce' .. . __ .. .
.. .... ... 7:30: p.m. 0 -
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I Make Your Home

Serving You. Safe From FireFew [ STANDARD ] ,

-- .., things can cost you your
: :;r : home and one or more of your I
I family more quickly and tragically .

I I Resolve than fire make home a '
..1..t "' .... \ :p 1 fire safe hot e, A home safe from \ Y

| fire depends upon two Important
'factors: good family habits about
.: fire and Its hazards, and good
........ construction ,
.. I I Good family habits Include such

........ I things as care with matches and
smoking Rood housekeeping to get
I' rid of rubbish proper use of electrical t. 6'1Now

...,.,. I I fuses, appliance, and extension .
... ....., cords, and a constant
I Kcmral I awareness oCth ways under the

., .. fires start and how to avoid them
ru.. I Go<,d construction I for a fireaxis :: Standard sign..new livelier'uw

I home, according to the National
Fire Protection Association
Buili-Ia-fire stops. These arc
barriers of wood or masonry be. !

hover studs, Joists rafters or CHEVRON.gasolines
t I stringers that serve to prevent
the spread of srmke and fire.
I Solid doors for every room. .
An ordinary solid wooden door
can keep smoke and fire out of a
room for as long as 30 minutes
Good cuctipc routes Best
exits lead directly outside not
throuuh: oilier rooms Windows
thould be Urge enough and low Try Standards finest...for today most canfru going
enoiiKh to limb thronRh. and op
cute! easily inmmh for the young!: One of the oldest names in Dixie business, StandardOil

ctit member of the family invites you to meet the newest, most exciting
.5.' Interior finish of materials/
Kiln low flam"- l'l'cnd character We take better care of your car name in motor fucls-CAciron gasolines. Choose

Istki ullboard* made of !gypsum from 3 great gasolines-all with new, livelier perI
cement asbestos and simi
lar materials are noncombustible formance...new long-running economy. For today's

and resist flame: spread. 't lueliest motoring, stop at Standard Oil!

The Telephone Team that Answers lul., Fire-resistant such as asphalt roofing shingles mater. ,

I slate asbestos or metal Wood \.: I H. F. STONE, JR., Agent
'shingles never should be used asa I
Your Every Communications Need I roof covering \' \< '. '\ \ Fernandina' Beach Florida ."'
| Proper *. Qualified clectrlilins r j
i follow the provisions of -
Combined the huge team of telephone consultants to nn.ily/e nnd suggest the National Electrical Code when 00 :0'I
\ S .
which '-11: !!.
people arc all the skills and knowledge: systems to meet pwsi'nt and future nerds Installing wiring J.1

necessary to keep telephone service\ hum. of business. I' safe A good Installation.heating plant propcrly I I 1\\ /ia1;? .511

: ming in homes and businesses These' and many more telephone people Installed Inspected and and located cleaned, regularly A. 4':4 I ''I "j 1 1cliluRDN

There are engineers to plan for future comprise: the vast team of sixx'ialisU '
I furnace should never be located
I expansion. Operators to handle calls> who ore always on call to keep your under stairs or near an entrance "i\

courteously, efficiently. Installers andrepairmen telephone! service dependable and con where fire originating In the ,

ti to put in new phones keep venient. : heater might block escape

service trouble-free. Communications clY
Southern 4,. Bell

..a..t.Oa Futat I .HELP SMOKE RIN! (]

Exercise your I BEAR PREVENT

right as a citizen./ .. '1\) be sure to vote this year I FOREST FIRES

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