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 15, 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: UF00079912:00094
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over Of A Service Century Iffi rnanb iua3lkach l ] Your Best Medium'

(In Nassau County tWs-1 en er &And For Local Advertising News i

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News The Horld. TIll ,
Mirror. Nassau
County Star Th- y I '.rnud .. Record.
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.., VOLUME\ 107 NUMBER_.6_._____ FERNANDINA: BEACH, FLORIDAjfwlfymtlin .. -THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15, lot! 1 12 PAGES THIS[ ]1SSUK: Sr>vi lOc PER COPY I
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I Contracts Beach Revetment To Be Chemical

I' Awarded Friday Ross-Wright Corporation

Bid. will\ be opened and um-
<>l:7: : tracts awarded Friday by the l S.

i < I I II 4 l Corps Ga.revetments for of the Engineer at construction Fernandlni In Savannah of leach beach. 'To Institute New Industry Here

.....;;n; American Beach and Fort Uimh
I I Stale Pal k.I .
Bl'slllshra to the Ross-Wright i The Office of Emergent 1'1-in- Rohs-Wrlght Chemical Corpora.

Chemical' Corporation on their sing has ok.'d one million dollars. lion announced Tuesday that they
new venture of establishing an In. I for the construction of the Mime will construct a new chemical faclllly .
duslrlal plant here. It Is hoped protection against future truth In Fcrnandma Beach The
here that every success will be I erosion on Amelia Island. announcement was made by beads
achieved by this merger of the I of the new' Florida corporation at
two large parent companies and a dinner at Seaside Inn,
Hint a long and happy association $12,000 Pledged The, plant will be conMrmtcd on
will he enjoyed between the City properly between' Dade Slre-e-t and
or Fcrnandina Beach and these I I Kscmiibln/ Street and between
giants In the chemical field. Con- Fr nl hlnrl and North Third adjaienl .
grain also to Mayor E J. John. In the Florida IntracoatlalWitlrrwuv

sun, Jr.I ho. It was mealed by 1 1i < With $6,000 To GoBY / '
the company heads was mainly The aiiiiiiiiiiu'men! came limit iat.
Instrument) In attracting this new LETA, CENFK I ly (Irom Thumis II. Wright Jr..

Industry If the gentlemen who Our Community Chest-United: president of ROM Wright who was
were hire thl.I el'k fur the an. I Fund drive, now In Its third week\ : ra1.111'r I the [first tipcnkrr culled on at the
nouniement arc Indicative of the has reached Sect of Its 111'111< In dlnnei by City Manager/ J David
type personnel who will handle I pledges.!! Drive chairman Dob On- G teheJ. \whu' served as master of

the local operation then Fernan. I ek, rcmirts that $12.111 of dim I SIR, ci'rrmonlrs.
dma Beach will certainly be the 000 drive goal has been pNdjcd to 1fkEwtr' Wright died IhHl the Smilhcaxt

richer by a number of[ desirable I the many volunteer! inkers. 1 1r 1'' .;'' en was one of the outstanding areas
new residents 1 Thank. to the enthusiastic support r' 146 ra r /. for expulsion in the paper field

accompanied by generous contributions and otfricd a great future for
I am drllKhlrd to sec the Com. ----- from all sections of :\,.SKIIII such new Industrie. and the Increased .

inanity Chc I.Unltl'd' Fund drive : AL EASON: head of the successful! Community Chest- I I county, a successful[ fund drll'e'' use of purified water by

going so well with over $12000 I United Fund drive at Rayonler Incorporated is congratu. I this year Is In the making t"-'I municipalities.
pledged toward the $18,000 goal Individual contributions and Nas- "We hoe high for
lated by Bob Cenek, general drive chairman as they stand I hopes this
Congrats to Rayonlcr for their re sau county businessmen have pio- PRINCIPAL new plant t and expect It |10 grow,"
cord contribution of $4500. It Is I I in front of the campaign "thermometer. Left to right, I Tuesday night at Ihe announcement dinner of a new InduN.
vlded real Impetus to the laid Wright. "We also
cam hope to
fine tribute to their resident manager Louis Ferreira, Eason, Cenek and Rep. Claude \ingate.. I This combined with the sup. I Ip.lgn. i try here WitS Thomas H. Wright| Jr., president of RouwWrlichl Chemical Corp Left become good' clll/eni of Fernan.

Bryan Rauschert. who Ferreira and Wingate 'were successful co-chairmen of port of the employees of our conn- I to right, John H. HInkle, vice president of Wrljfht Chemical Co.; U'rights: City Man-' diva Beach and become accepted

also CC-UF president and to 1'1 I the advance !gifts committee. ty'i major Industries, has given the alter David Gatchel and Costa England, vice president of F. H. Row and Co. as members of the community"

Eason, who heads up the Rayon.ler CC-UF volunteer organization ev. Wright noted that F. II. Ross and
fund-raising for this cry hope that the necessary 118,0001 I Co., of Charlotte N C., Is the
However the drive Is not over until r; Sets New Record With goal will be reached. largest/ distributor of chemicals
I the goal li reached and surpassed I Rayonier Inc. has completed! Its } fl In the Southeast with 18 sales of.
and It Is still up to you of the drive with record tiers i In this and New York
segment a | In
end your neighbor to contribute, I I $4500 Contribution To CC-UF Fund sum pledged by Its employees Cilv) The I: R-: compsny, which

and generously I Container Corporal of America makes chemicals for the paper,
Ct Ihr; I Is In the midst of its campaign i cleaning nnd other chemical In.
that stiff scntcn- BY LETA CENEK onlcr, Inc. for the fine boost their I
It Is hoped
efforts have given to this drive with Container;: drive chairman J. duslrles, has been In business [for
rem handed down by Municipal Employees of Rayonier, ine'slmill
C. Jsmeson'15pliglciie Unit a sue. over 40 years
Ctnek cave credit to AI A. Fason.
Judge H W Fishier and County and timber divisions combined
j cessful conclusion will be reached
Me added that Wright Chemical
Safely Supervisor at the localmill
Judge J. drinking E. ) Saturday I I with the company's contribution I i division, who Is the Ilavonlcr! Terminal Paper Bag, Inc advises I Corp. who merged with Run In
the beer party
night will bring a sudden halt to pledged! $4500 to our 1963 CommunIty mill division's drive chairman, as (Continued On PIll Two) the new venture!, Is based at Wilmlnitlon .

this flagrant violation of the law Chest-United Fund drive. This, being the major factor leading to N. C., and Is nearing the

Through the News-Leader there sum represents a record contribution Rayonier going over the lop In this 1964 Foil Term ; 82nd year of[ chemical manuluturliiK .

have been periodic and strong for Rayonler employees In yeirs drive .
'warnings for quite some time but Nassau county's CC-UF drive. As Al Eason pointed out that all credit Initial production of the plant
evidently only force Is all that will shown In an accompanying photo belongs to Rayonier, Inc. and to Of Circuit t Court here will be liquid alum, a chemical .

be understood. The part that bothers graph, drive chairman Bob Cenek Rayonier employees who through .. used In water treatment and
me the most Is that the young has expressed his appreciation In their support and contributions In the manufacture[ i of pulp and

people. fall to realize that such Infraction behalf of our, eight participating, denced in a specific ,way. their eVI'j To Open MondayThe ROSS-WRIGHT EXECUTIVES I paid a visit[ to the Florida National )Hank during their paper It was revealed by Wright

of the law will cloud their agencies! to the employees' Rs)'. community! spirit _. Ii .( \lsil here Tuesday.x Left to right, J. M. Hoot Viet president of F. H. RosA and Co.; who added that already plans
record for to come and a fall term;; of Circuit (Court hue bees" discussed for expansion
years Gala Englund. vice
president of F. H. ROM and Co.; F. H Rosa, Jr., president of In the peal future.
dim view will be taken by colleges, I will open Monday with a varied F. H. Ross and Co.;Jhomas H. Wright, Jr., president of Wright Chemical/ Co.
the armed services and other agen- Preston Withdraws Resignation As CD number of major crimes 01 the ; Mayor Wright noted that the Initial In.
E. J. Johnson Jr. and Louis bank
Ferreira president/
ties In which they may desire to docket Including murder rape and stallatlon here will Involve I cap.
become associated. Another part I crime against nature. The docket Ill outlay la excels of I quarter
that bothers me Is that other Director; Is Awarded Boost In Salary was sounded on Tuesday of this million dollar for the plant above

youngsters oftentimes eulogize of. week with Judge Charles Scott on Youngsters Receive Stiff the land and ground Improve.
fenders who have been caught and The Nassau County Commission headed by Rep. Claude Wingateand the bench and with Slat Attorney Sentences I menu coat H* added that at the

punished. It 1s hoped that this will meeting yesterday In regular Sheriff H. J. Youngblood.. Wm. A. Hallowes and Assistant moment personnel requirement
not be the case In this Incident. monthly session heard Col. Walter Wingate acted as spokesman for State Attorney Thot. J. Shave Jr, will ba modest dUI .to the designof

There are far better ways for Preston Jr., Nassau Director of 1 the group and cited the danger In I IIlhe handling the state's cases, process
young people to gain the expressionthey Civil Defense, withdraw his resignation I future from powers abroad and I Judge William Durden will be on ,After Beer Drinking House Party Construction li expected to start
are seeking than through such which was to become effective from storms such a. Hurricane I the bench to hear the easel In the Immediately with Southern Lead
drastic and deplorable mean. December 1. | Dora which caused considerable opening week of the fall term. Binning Company of Atlanta Ga.us .,

damage here. On !Monday a grand jury will A boislerous party In a rented When police arrived an esllmit- I muted thud about that many got general contractor for Iho pro.
Rumor bas it that a clothing I He said that he considered the hear the case of David C Charles apartment al the belch Satin'day I led 40 boys and girls with ages away. Joel. Bill Kelly' head of the con.
manufacturer Is more than Interested On Monday night Ihe Commission | civil defense director's: post should charged with the rape of a 16-vear.. nlglil) ought complaints from ranging from IS to 22 scattered In An Investigation revealed that Hlrucllon firm, was here for the
will meet In I
in Hilllard as Ihe site of an special remain a full-time job and com. old ,irl, Both are Jacksonville Negroes neigh burs as far as three houses : all directions, going out elixir. windows Tim S\I'I IlNun. age 21)) rented HIP dinner and announcement
session to either
Industrial plant. The information the accept or re. mended Preston for his work In the The alleged rape took placeon away iiiiu a raid by city officers at ana off porches. Twenty\ were upitUiIrs at Spencc1' ( Apartments a In conclusion Wright expressed
ject lax roll
has It that the West Nassau Jaycees new as presented recent disaster. I the Black Rock Road In this around! II pm. picked up by officers who estl- block or so South of Ihe beach rcc.reallon his appreciation to Mayor E. J.
have been instrumental In the by Tax Assessor Eddie Sheriff Youngblood added his endorsement county. area on the occtinfront. fur Johnson, Jr, and the City Com.

negotiation to dale and that a McKendree. of Preston and said tint On Tuesday a Circuit Coal Jury (20 im the pretext Hint he and Uo mission for their assistance In es.abllnhlnj .
meeting is set for the first of next he woulo be difficult to replace. I will hear the trial of Leroy Allen City Rejects Request of Florida Public other boys would spend the weekend the plant here and to
week In Hilliard to further discuss : Following the withdrawal of Ihe Commission Chairman Jim Tho. Mvers, Negro charged with a there, those In attendance for cornuul
the matter with representatives of[ : resignation the Board approved a mas informed! those present that crime against nature r (Continued oa Page Slx-) -
Kuund In the upHluIrs I
the Industrial firm. pay raise for Preston which allows 1 the Board had a letter of resignation Beatrice Dyson 57-year.olil Nc. Utilities For Raise In Rates On WaterThe two' beer barrel, one empty
I for $300()() per month. His salary al from Preston and that he felt gro woman will be tried Wednesday ;
Strut and one almost [full It was reported
Mrs. Marie B Supervisorof the moment Is $3100 per year. Preston had resigned! with no apparent on a charge of manslaughter (ily Commission heard a re. brings the company a 37'; return I that a similar party had occur. I I Board Of Public1Instruction
Registration was recently com The action by the Board followedthe reason In the alleged slaying of William I
qui'Kt last night at the bi-monthly on thilr Investment and they are led (there Friday night
mended by Secretary of State Tom appearance of a delegation' (Continued on page six) I Hampton, Negro I
_. session turn the Florida Public UHlIng tar l the Increase to bilng Tlif ollcmlcrs who were 17 andover Adopts
Adams for the cfficiint manner In, -- -- - Called for jury duty are the following Unities; to. asking for approval the return to 3.9"h; Up: t lu 8 &J In appeared before Municipal

which the second primary election I' : of an im reuse In water rates for generally allowed by the Florida Judge II. W. Fishier on Momhy
was held. The complimentary cite Unbeaten Pirate Gridders To JourneyTo Francis Jerome Pachko H MAsklns local consumerst Railroad and Public Utilities Com. morning!! and the juveniles those 1964-65 Budget.

tlon not only praised Mrs. Struse'office Edward Lee Batten, Joseph t J, D Ddiighcrty. division man. mission which governs such rates under 17, appeared! before County .
but cited the S3.9% turnout I A. Bruce John R Hutchlns, Joseph In addition to their regular
1 agcr of Thus J, Shave Judtfc; J. K. Gene) Wcathcrford '
For 4th I The request was rejected on the
of registered voters remarkingthat Macclenny Friday Contest I Dimarla, James Franklin Davis, Jr, attorney Crundth: utility company : motion of[ Commissioner Ben Sor- I who alto serves as Juvenile Judge monthly session yesterday' morning .
it reflected a healthy attitude Charles W. Crosby. Arnold Shad. the Board of Public tnstrut.
I appeared before the Commission ensen. second by John Tlllakos Judge Fishier handed down stiff
In civic pride throughout the coun. BY CURT GORDON by moving young Benny Alvarez rack Bell Paul Ford Luther Cone I to discuss the request. i I and affirmative votes by Hilton j sentences of t2r or 60 days to r tlon held a public hearing for tho

ty. Let us hope that the turnout Isjust Into the quarterback position and Smith. Richard Kenneth Engcrt, I At present the water system I I I Kitchens and L. L. Bohannon Mayor Dale retch 1 19>, Walter Fullard. Jr? purpose of discussing the proposed
election Coach Wayne Benncr will lake _. 1 1Futl'h' .
as heavy in the general moving Pee Wee Nobles to a half. Troy Edward Belcher, Aid T Haddock ---- -- -- I E. J. Johnson 21. l.onnle Polk 19 and Swanson budget fur the year
on Nov. 3. his undefeated Pirates to Macclcn- back slot. Beryl and Barry Hire Sr, Daniel R. Lyons, Tho. no. fine Is being paid but the I With no complaints being rc21 .
ny on Friday nlghl for a Keystone along with Richard Schomas have I mal H. Blatchford. Claude Johnson I Two Local I The motion was to send the re. other three are serving time. I littered the Board adopted the budgel .

Next week Is Community Health Conference ball game with the provided the Pirates with the running I Kenneth Garland Oscar B. Negro I quest: : :to or Board of County Comminslonrre Also sentenced but given M> day In the amount of II.!W12,.009! ,' of
Week and a good time to rccognite Baker County Wildcat.. The /game game thus far. I Baxlcy Thomas B. Sares Donald for their I considerationThe .. iCoiitinui'd on Page Three) which amount $1.321)512: Is for !laslriidioniil -
the tremendous strides In health Is expected to be the usual tough The team has displaced' some I F. Adams, Freddie Lee Jackson Women ChargedIn County, Commission can (dll expenditure
progress, medical advances and battle annually staged by the two outstanding defensive work thin i Robert Benjamin Smith, Clyde I one of two things They tan refuse Chief sources of revenue! are

the quality of facilities and service i teams. The teams have played year through the efforts of Joe i <( only one foe from which to a AbandonmentTwo send II to the utilities
try on stale
at all levels. The story of modern Stores Mike Pikula Jack Barnlbk, I 7:HI through county source.
medicine Is one of remarkable comparison of the two teams and Jim Young !Mike\ Rice. Bill Miller : body i Continued on Page Three)
achievement and those responsible that was Green Cove Springs Fer. Duane Rowland Alan Cover, Sieve Annual Student local I'llrouml'n are In : If they refuse to send the m itti'ron Contest UnderwayFor

should be properly recognized nandina handed the Blue Devils a Seville, Carl Anderson Buck Bibb I jail this with barged with con. I to the state body and re')Jut' the Shrine Club Sets
f 26-0 loss while Macclenny defeated[ and Randy Price along with the I Talent Show Slated iribiilmK to the dependency ofl request' fur Increase the Hurid.i 1964 Carnival
Don't miss watching the young the Devils 2012. regular backfivld crew l their minor children I'ubllel1l1l1e.. to:/ would eitherContinued Annual BarbecueFor
Satur The Pirates enjoyed an open i ( on Page Ten)
hopefuls perform
football Game time will be eight o'clock
Geneva ol November 21
Ball Park In date last week which gave some Charged are Jones Mrs John L. Gregory cochairmen .
day morning at City and the usual fine following of Fcrnandlna For November 14The I r \
South 10th Street leaving!! unattended
of the with needed
players Injuries a
Pass and Kick of the annual Fernandina I I
the annual Punt. tackle fans will be expected to small children one) year, 7,869 Are RegisteredTo Tho Fernandina Beach ShrilloClub'
rest. Jerry Beard tough .
competition sponsored by Lasierre make the short trip for the Beach Junior High Elementary
game annual barbecue has born
Motor Co. If your youngster has who hasn't seen much action because second annual student Talent two year 4 year and five years Vote In General !School' P-TA Halloween Carnival!. JuniorIlighElcmentary
net for November 21 at Ihe
of I knee Injury should be Show sponsored by old [from Saturday night to Tues :
if the Fornandlna I has announced that the annual
not registered as )'et.ee youcan'l School Cafeteria.
Public Invited To I Election Nov. 3
him In under the wire ready for full action with the rest Beach Band Parents"Aseociallos Poster Content Is underway The
set day.The I Sl'rvlng111 begin at 3 .m. and
I wouldn't miss it and you'll enjoy last week. See Civil War Is slated for November I children were discovered by !Mrs. Marie B.. Slruns Supervisor rosiest Is \to run [from Tuesday, continue until 8. p
Benner made some changes In 14.The Officer \Hobby Moore and Oetonir
City I October 11th through Momliy -
It too. of Registration" announced this Proceeds will be used for the
firto his lineup for the Green Cove game Scenes On FilmThe show has been condensedInto Negro Sheriff a Deputy Ben Sessions week that 7.869 I'Hh'! and Is open In all ('hll.dr..n children
are registered lu > Shrlner'i crippled project.
!film lone day activity with tryouts following: a report Monday I In graclrs one through eight.
Watch for a 30 minute color Historical Society will meeton I vote In the general election on Nov j Tickets are now on sale and the
and eliminations to be held of the condition 1 Ii
Channel 12 on Wednesday night night For the Information of parents
on Fernandina Beach I public U cordially Invited.
Nov 18. In which Fort Clinch Stale October 20 at 8.00 p.m. In the on Saturday at 10 00 am. and Also unattended wai the 19 i 3 ponlc'M mav be1 created with the
Park will be featured. Weather Recreation Center Auditorium. 2 00 p.m? and the finals on Sat ;' months old child of :Miry Louise! i Of this number 6,134 are registered : use of crayons paints or any medium .
Giett: t speaker will be Harold urday evening at 7:30, t, found to have In'en ihnuldbi Jeep Giveaway Set
then there is Ihe alcoholic C'uil' "I> AI Lima .Ire.' Baker news director of Channel The public Is Invited to ill on a shrimp bout all night :I at colored Democrats, White I large enough to be seen from a December 24 By
Thursday Oct. 8 69 54 0 12 He will narrate still pictures of shows with no charge being made Count Judge J. E. (iCicnei. Vteatherford distance I i The theme should deal
,who witch says." "I'd rather twitch than I I Friday: Oct 9 73 61 ..07Saturday "The Desperate I Years". shown onl I [for the day shows. Tickets will be assessed fines of'M I I Republicans number 118 with HI I Icolored with anything In connection with Band Parents Assn.

Oct. 10 70 S3 0 Compass 12. Those are actual 1 pll"turea sold for the Finals only. each or six months; :In jail In both. Kepublleans; ,' Five are registered I II the carnival or the hallowcen season
Do have paperbacks storedaway Sunday. Oct 11 72 64 .03 I of the War Between The Ranger Hal of Channel 4 trie cases I a* Independent.' and should Include the date 011 A I'M' 4-wheel drive Jeep will

you that others would enjoy I I Monday. Oct. 12 73 60 OI, Stales In northeast Florida, many vision will serve a* Master of One of the children I Is with a 1 I Mr.. Slruss reminded that Oil I the (carnival Oelotxr 31st. and the be given away December 24 ''by
Tuesday, Oct. 13 72 68 T taken in Fernandina. Ceremonies at all shows and by grandmother here and the other' location, the City Recreation Center the Fernandlna Beach Band Par.
reading Friends of the / : 29! be the last make
? Library"will will day 'to
application : ;
I I Wednesday, Oct. 14 70 68 2.421) All members of the Historical popular demand the Fernindina four arc with a grandmother in 1 The child name, age and I eels Amn.Donations.
appreciate your donation.Books I The w.ather l I. fumtolml' courtesy Society are urged to attend and a Beach High School Dance Band Jackionxllle. for an absentee ballot and I grade should' appear on the back will be II00, with pro.ceeds .

20 may South be 7th left SI.at the Art Cen1ler j I I /swan South Ttk.tihUr(I Umt ITHIthM arras r*, I I I I cordial invitation U extended to will perlorm on Saturday evening] The ollense for Geneva Jones]I all such ballots must be cast by 31p I of the poster. I from the profits used by. the

Lewis' Nolan, Cooper alive Obttrvtr the public during Intermissions, wai her second nf this nature .m, nf Nov. 2, election eve, (Continued on Page Two) High School Bud.


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Two ::*- :wear .Leuuer, rernfliidina Beach, rioiicui! Thuisday:\ Octo1JCk'' 15, IDG *-

.... -, -. -:-- j Container Corporation is ProvkKng High School/ Echoes : Dr.WoolseyWarr


111 ASH STREET FRONTS $41.5666.161.3167 FOLLOW THRU Scholarship: Aid Jcr Chemists, Engmetrs rt : Public., : On Laxity
: :
A John H.
Perry Newspaper Ralph 0. Under has been ap. Announcement of the appointment I LAURA LATHED MIKE RYLAXT For Immunization!

o.., Ray Caldwell Editor aMl MMSOV I pointed administrative nccrctanr! *' I was made bv F M Crylor I
'he .' ABC Al'DITED PAID CIRCULATION The Future Homemakers of Am- for the Queen next week with the
the Syracuse Pulp and Pupff Foundation executive vice president of the Container -
Published Thuriday and entered! at the Post Office results of this election to be In il
every word
Inc The organization Is on Corporation of America and I 1 erlca held their first !meeting of The very "dlptheiV I
Fernandlna Beach, Florida, .* second class mall mailer. week' column. I
..... I | next strike terror Into the
to hearts
I......_ Subicrlptloa Rates Integral part of the College of For. member of the executive commit the year last Tuesday night. New ,
Last Saturday night at the an.
Then an effective
at University. tee of members initialed and parents. |into |
$4 l year *2,U t menthe11.253 Month entry Syracuse the Foundation. The new were new
Club Trl ill Y Sweetheart'
$4.SO I year out of county.Nobody's I secretary assumed Ms duties yes | officers were elected, and are a* nual Key Iclni agent lass Introducer! |In I |
Dance Miss Jean Rumph was
fI terday. follows: Diane Bean, President and the disease rate began to
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I Drive UnderwayFor I I I crowned a* this year' Key Club cllne.
The Syracuse Pulp and Paper Elect: Andrlea Cook Secretary;

," deprir oust row rights-yin got Used Books Foundation Is a non-profit foundation Sue Silva, Parliamentarian; Arlene )I 1 I with Sweetheart.a beautiful She bouquet was preaented of red Todav there li no excuse far !

ttlh005 !" established to provide scholar Lovequlst Historian; Susan Harvey case of dlotherla to occur J

/ '" To Boost LibraryLet's ship funds to educate engineers and Chairman of Degrees; Donna 1 I roses.In a nin-off In selecting the Senior statistics show that the dKeasp)

I chrmlsts for the paper. Industry Kay Haddock Chaplain; ClariceThlbert. actually en the Increase In I f
: .. put our used books to use Un acr'l duties will be to carry out Program 01 /Works: Mary I I Superlative, Ronnie Sapp wan South Atlintle atetee.. Whv\' p ]
this anpeil critics from Friends chosen c* the "Wittiest" of Senior
.- J
J actions designated by the board Cox, Public Relation Chairman. mIl have taken for grunted
HY WILLIE MATTSO.Vi I of the Library. who are asking and officer of the foundation In the FHA has been in active club In the 63. dli"h"rla I li a disease of the pj
I I that paperbacks, or other books, Macclenny, the home of Baker
past and Its new member and Immnnliatlen I In
and that
i area of information to students In'' no Ion
i II i which you might like to share, be officer hardto Count,'* Wildcats I II the scene of ;
I I I seem to working How
wrong they
PRINK rece
I Tuesday, nine 1 idles participatedIn donated during this drive.A secondary school make it in :neb one this I this week' football game. The sary. are
' ptlN'f DRIBs a Blind Partner tourney. After box has been placed on the He also will handle general business Wildcats, who defeated Green Cove The moment we cease Imrr

, play name were placed In a hat porch of the Art Center at 20 S. matters of the Foundation year last Friday 20-12, have a good ball rating! our children against t discs,

and draw. 111'0at' a time, to de. I 17th St. for your donations. direct the annual meeting planning The Senior Class has an extra club. Their defensive line will en. Is the time dlpthcrla, tctan' I
lermlne I and make report and I i mely tight schedule for the comIng wh'wpl' cough, smnllnnx. I
, partner. Shirley Shave The library needs friends I Bring program joy II 30 pound per man advantage 8"
s and Adallrie Datl were winners your books today I II II I conduct some visit to Foundation weeks Tuesday October 20, over our Pirate. However It will polio will regain a foothold.Dr. .

, I with a net' "liteond place wu I I members and prospective members. |, has been designated a* College take much more than a big line to B F Woolsev Director fig
and Career Day On thin day
-. won by Shirley Shave and Harriett I Container Corporation which operate rep. top FBHS't versatile offense. Although I sail County Health Depnrimo 1

sa Waas. with net 78. I I City Rejects a paper mill and corrugated I 1 resentatlve from many colleges: offensive guard Mike Rice saw, "In a democratic( society ;]
the armed forces, and different
1 Next Tuesday October 20, I II the box plant here a* well as 71 other career tickle Jerry Beard and defensive I Individual will always retain prl
fields will be to talk ,
1 1 regular monthly meeting day. A I I (Continued From Page One) plant In the U. S. and 54 abroad, to the Junior and Seniors. guard Duane Rowland are still on mary responsibility for h'l' ou< |
1 + T F half-handicap tournament I explained that an Important objective Thurl.1 the Injured Hit the Pirate shouldbe health and that cf his family
day October 22, I II the day I
1 i r4 1 II scheduled for 18-hole play and have to drop the request or put the I of the Foundation la to promote Pirate Escapades and the Florida ready to roll by Friday night. major task of public health Islnrr '

-hole play. The meeting will be Increase In effect and seek the students Interest In entering I FBHS'a magnificent Pirate Band, ai'" |the comnetenrc of lndi\\
Senior Placement Test will be
held In the lounge at the clubhouse proper I'tlgatlon against the City the pulp and paper field Officials to all Seniors. directed by Jonathan Hill, will entertain duals, families and communities t

7a at 11:30: am Commission I of OCA said they feel one of the given the Macclenny crowd witha cope with their own health! prohl

Air member of the golf association Should the rates be Increased greatest challenges In their Industry On Friday the Senior Class will terrific bait time show. lems"

1 have been Invited to play at and the matter go to the courts, Is to .tlr up Interest with young present the annual Senior Assembly If you can't make It to the I

Timuquan Country Club In their whatever Is collected would go Into people. and the parade, dance, and World Fair or the Summer Olym. One apple has shot 75 (coteries

a first "Sarah Shelly" Invitational.October escrow until the matter reaches a The Pulp and Paper Foundation i game will follow. pica do the next best thing; come' Here are recipes made with an

27V3ho, entry fee Is 15.00 legal sclt'ement.'! operation I Is one of several supported The seniors nominated five girls to Mactlenny and support the Pi I plea that your family will find up

and play tfwMMtt B,30 a m. Those The rate Increase would bring : by Container Corporation: deslg1nated for the Homecoming Queen and rates. )petlzlng. Something new In par

wishing to enter should bring their minimum bills up from 1.73 for 400 to promote the Industry and I Court. The student body will vote See you next week.I I cakes:

1.a entry Tuesday and they will be cubic feet to $2.50 for 600 cubic communities where plants are lo-i Apple Jolly Takes

sent In by Shirley Shave.A feet. cated. On the local level CCA has '| I 1 3-4 cups buckwheat pancik,]

Ringer. urnament has been In other business the Commission | developed a Cooperative Forest mix,,: t f

1 s set up and several have entered. discussed Irregularities In the recent -' Management Service. This Is a s3tg4FY I'pktcorn muffin mix

especially thott,)i playing 18 holes. awarding of a con'ract! to program carried out through wcll-j Jews 2 tablespoons sugar
tt'r. There I I. a separate tourney for the furnish gas and oil to the city for I planned woodland harvests that I' 1 teaspoon cinnamon

a H. Lholei'i 'but no one has entered to the coming year. I I bring together landowners, timber-I 1 na. well beaten
from theRec"
r /i' "' 'l mffie iafity ncdJunior's date. As) thU'Jpror runs through On the motion of Sorensen It was cutter and markets for wood! I 3 tablespoons light molasses

December 29-there Is plenty of approved to rcadvcrtlac for bids. Unger his been a faculty mem.her e 1 cup cold water2'e11b"diced

time remaining to enter and change I Commissioners Bohannon Kitchens I of the College of Forestry at dl CenterBY apple slices

I scores on hole Improved. I and Tlllakos voted aye with Mayor Syracuse University for 27 years, Combine first 4 Ingredients Mn

Essay October 20 Valdosta Country Club Johnson voting no serving the last 17 as director of I 'g. well. Combine next 3 Ingredients

,0 ladle hold their annual one-day I Mayor Johnson maintained that ,] extension and public relations.A Stir Hipy first mixture Stir In diced

About Moonshine I don't know why they always tournament. Entry must be made the contract was awarded with both native of Hudson, N. Y., he I apple Drop by heaping tablespoons

i Moonshiners make a lot of money waste the mash punch hole In by Monday, October 19. bidders In attendance and that no I! was graduated from the College of1 I g SANDY DESANDFO on hot; lightly' greased griddle or I

by making i lot of cheap whiskey the drum and pour out the whiskey objection was raised at the time. Forestry In 19DO lie majored In I 'diet.' Flatten with bark of spoon.

which they sell for a lot of money The mash would help to fat. fad Cross Standard I He maintained that a precedent. I silviculture and forest management I THURSDAY: October 15lh.Playschool TUESDAY October ZOIh.Playschool Cook dimly. turning often unt'l'

1 when they don't 'get aught It ten some hogs, the drum wouldbe was !being set which would possib.y I I In the Game Room in the Game Room well-browned on both sides and

' must be pretty good business be. worth I or 4 dollar apiece to First Aid Court affect such bids and the award- I His as I faculty 9:30.11:30: : an. Carolyn Vlzcar- 9:30: 11:30 a.m., Carolyn Vlzcar. cooked l.Ihrohgh J ? Keep warm while I

cause there are,so many moon. anybody who want a drum without To ..,In Oct. 19 Ing of contract In the future. her Included activities presentation rondo, Adult Lender rondo, Adult Lender. boklng1'remaining cakes. Sent

a shiners. There li a lot of oompell. a hole In it, and the moonshine Approval was given on the first ture before service club and Adult Ceramic In the Art Room Painting for Leisure In the Art with butter and syrup. Makes 6 or

lion too but everybody teem to would run an automobile orprenrve A* we look it the aftermath of reading for the vacating and dls. I school! assemblies and mem-I at 3:30 p.m., Hank Sides Instruc Room at 7:13: pm. more "lervlngs.I .

1 enjoy It. a lot of biological sp cl.! Hurricane Dora we see that she continuing of certain section of \ non In oareer day tor. Florid Credit Union League I For '.APPLE RINGS with new

It II 1 against the law almost men. If the sheriff II lucky may. left u* with extensive property city streets.The I advising prospective student FRIDAY. October 16th. Meeting In the Cub: Room at 7:30: flavor core red apples, but do not
ke be will truck damage which Into millions of In question are Escambla pare. Cut In rings about '4 Inch
everywhere to make moonshine eipture a orcar a rag streets opportunities for preparing for a Fun Club 5th it 6th Grade, pm. I
that he can raffle off or tell dollars But at that we are lucky I from Front Street to North I thick Dip In lemon juice. Sprinkle
and Auditorium 3:30 In
1 whiskey and It II I against the law variety of careers In forestry In the at : p m., Barbershoppers the Confer
led salvage I little bit of Things might have been much Second between Dade lightly with sugir. Serve with crisp
wrap Third. and
to sell It loo but the moonshinerskeep forest product, Including pulp Sandy DeSandro, MC. ence Room at 8:00 pm.
copper that he can tell to the junkman worse had this hurricane struck us and Escambla and 60 feet of right- I the Game Historical I pork sausages, frizzled ham/ smoked .
s making It anyhow, The reason paper technology. Sub.Teen Club In Society Program In the
and that' all, unless accidentally a direct blow. Many of our citizen In Block 57 between Second pork butt baked pork chops,
t ) they keep making and stlllngltls of-way I Unger win responsible for such Room at 7:13: p.m.j I Auditorium at 8:00: p.m.WEDNESDAY .
he catches the moon- could hive suffered severe physical and Franklin St. I roast loin of pork broiled ham slice
because 10'' many people activities I t as the presentation of SATURDAY October 17th. :
i j October 2)st. I
shiner. IF the sheriff calche the Injury as was the case of Hur. In question to In radio I I or baked ham These Apple Rings
and The property exhibits,
I keep on buying drinking it. forestry educational 1 Teen Club In the Game Roomat I Cemetery Association. Meeting!! in
moonilner maybe! after a month clean Hilda In the Louisiana area. connection with the site of a, pew of give a fresh new flavor to accompany
I In awhile and the production 7:13 the Conference .
Every a I programs : m. Room at 3:00
once you see p : p m.I
or two he gets a trial If they can But do we need to be prepared only Instituted here by the richness of pork.
be '
: picture In the paper of the sheriff Industry to news releases For the past I 1 Cotillion Club Dance In the Ceramics 112-14)) I In the Art
prove' the moonshiner Is guilty at for major crises! which occur on the Ross-Wilght Chemical/ Corp, been chairman of theCollege' ''I AU-I I 1, I I Here Is the recipe fo r Ifudwn
-led some deputies maybe 'a year he ha* dltorlum at B,00 p,m. Room at 3:30 p.m., Hank Sides,
Us trial Sometime they can'Uwell. ) rare occasions I would like to remind II. B. Ellis fr Valley Apple Cake marie famous
- Stale and Fed- An application by committee en publications SfNDY, October 18th. Instructor .
: Beverage man a ,. .
I II they make aim fine our readers that a. disaster ,, 'I m by-an' old! NcWYm-kTwiiiriint',
pay a in the order of time go secretary
I Chang I administrative
a I i
6ral Revenue man or" two' break ,t The! new Lutheran Church Service In the Adult Ceramics In the Art Roomat
and he has to start all over again can happen In the heme at anytime the sale of alcoholic beverages 2nd Lt of Infantry I Easy to bake, and delicious to cat
: tog up some moonshiner'* still ernlng wa* commissioned a I Conference Room at 11:00: a.m.I 7.13: p.m., Hank Sides Instruc-
I'I The and everyone should ask further discussion I a cake with a rich topping which
, and dumping out all the mash, I li always look. I was titled for In the U. S. Army Reserve I MONDAY October 19th. I II | tor. I

: punching hole In the drum ands log for something else to tax Why themselves some of the following at a later meeting I I upon graduation In 1920 He served Ceramic (O-ll) in the .'.rt Room THURSDAY, October Undo turns Into a glamour desnert.
I their
questions concerning ability HUDSON! VALLEY APPLE f.tKC
maybe they take the moonshine don't they legalize moonshiners to provide aid to Injured In cases authorized City Manager advertise/ David Gatchel for bini'! wf'' }n 30 month a* Army a llaslon In officer India with and 'I I I at 3'30 p.m., Hank Side, Inst. I I Ploysehool. In the Game Room, I 1 cup\\tlttcd. all! -purpose flour

: whiskey to town and pour It down :I and make them pay a big Inn or of emergency: I the damaged portio*..pf the Chinese Chin: during World Little League Annual Award *SO 11:30: '.m.. Carolyn' VII!. 2-3 cup 'sugar, divided

. the them gutter do It.Patch. to everybody can see I I license (they are going to make Do I know how to give artificial the replacing sewer! line from the bench as I Wsr Southwestern II.The Dinner In the Auditorium at 6:30: carrondo, Adult Leader.- V teaspoon baking!! powder

t the stuff anyhow). I believe If you i iI respiration properly ? It crosses Euan's/ Creek and 'TOr veteran forestryman retired' pm.Adult I Adult Ceramics In tne Art Room '4 teaspoon salt
and Teen Ceramics In the
I Do I know h-owto stop severe and cleaning the cxhtingI 12 as at 8:30: Hank Sides Inst. '4 teaspoon vanilla
I repairing serving years p.m.
promised to let the moonHhl era In 1\180\ after
Art Room at 7:15: p.m., Hank .
i t I'-withSAKBETE bleeding I sections t of the line, | commanding officer of the Camp : I Cub Pack No. 8S2 in the Game '. cup butter or margarine/ !
alone and not tear .
I up their stills, Do I know whit to do In case of : Recommendations\ of the PlannIng Station Complement. Sides 1 InstCotillion 4 cups thinly sliced apples
Drum Reserve Club Board Meeting In I Room at 7:30: p.m,, Nelson Mayo,
t they would be glad to pay a great accidental poll nlnll ? Advisory Board and the Board served see secretary of 3.4 cup canned toasted slivered
has Adult Loader
! I big tax, not to be bothered It al- Iw'aya I Da I know what to do if someone of Adjustment were discussed all I linger Alumni Assn. of the College of the Conference Room at 8,00 p.mi almonds
tho Island Squares Club In the Auditorium Senior Citizens Club In the Con
: orals much to hive to has broken limbs? In connection with requests member of the i Hi cup seedless raisins
10 I length Forestry and Is a I
sand I 8,00 ference Room at 7 30
; at
Do I know what to do if pm. : p.m.
: Mix : start over again The legislature II ] someone I for variances, many of which were Society of American Foresters anda -J M -- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
has a heart attack ? by Hurricane Don when 1 I of the New York t lemon, Juice and grated peel
i prompted chairman
Controlled. For setting field > just might du It but I've put
Quality a sneaky These are only a few of the questions lost or houses had to I 2 egg yolks
o atone, grouting pitching cricks lopping notion :hut Mr, President Johnson property was Section of this organisation ,I
i that should ask yourself, 1
Ott.I I you be moved Other afllllallcns are Men' Garden I cup dairy sour cream
t and Mr. Bobby Kennedy might i I and If you do not know the answers The Commissioners were In ds-! | Club of Syracuse, National Sojournera Mix ;.aiUf sift flour 2 tablespoons

I | my "No, you can't do that be. you should ccrlilnly take advantage I agreement en a number of the requests and Reserve Officers Assn ot the sugar, the biking powderand

s ao LB. /7 cause we had rather charge a of the Red Cross First Aid! and the chief question seem-1 I of the U S He Is chairman of j I For The HomemakerBy salt Stir In vanilla: Cut In but
gambler) a 110! gambling fee and Courses offered, free of charge adhere ter or
i I' ed to be whether the city would the finance committee of the official margarine soul mixture re.
another to' ,
spend SI,000 trying
In your communltyy. zoning laws or grant church srmblos coarse eornmeal. Spreadon
to the (ward d his
$1 cBS / I celled The Recreation Department will special concessions to those making By ,I bottim of grouted 9-Inch pie'

eond'trt such a course In Red Cross pan. applet. rill..Ins.'I. .
I II' the requests. The Library needs friends! I Donate Combine 1 almonds
Mrs. N. Harrison
w ltvl'itf Beach Standard First Aid starting! on Only one property holder Mrs. I your husks to build a better I Mary cup cl the sugar, the oinnamon. -
Monday. October 19h! 9:30.11:30: : In Col'lectlonl lemon Juice sod peel mix
Dressier, appeared per- Fernnndina Beach ;
: .s"t.arnr ldunmvwx,...mu i > ? sri ''aln I'' ,' (jWeafher" ', Rpot'll.i i,, ann For )limber-Information 2Gl5261'Rccr'c.atlon ( pod' 'I coif Busty tl). .einntiU: hell -request. toe( .li :library for lak ;' at Art* Center, JO I| ; "o' i t a Home Demonstration 5is ... Agent well: hepp.ln .pie pan Jlnjte In a

i Steve Rich] ObserverWeather I registration, phone variance that had been turned South 7th St. D' w r I .. .; "Y hot oven, 4:3 degrees 10 minutes'Combine
Station al ZOOS MacGrcgotBlvd. Center Office down by the Board of Adjustment. eeg yolks remaining sugar

i Nassau Her request received: considerable If seek' better understanding and sour cream: pour over apple
Building I Max. Win Rain discussion I and was apposed I II of the Illness alcoholism, write the I Fall and apples go! together. I sausage In turnover, for apple I III mixture; lower heat to moderate

. Thursday. Oct. 8 71 57 0 $12,000 PledgedContinued by an owner of adjacent J property, I Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation Fragrance and good flavor appetite -II appetizers. 330 degree and bake 35 minutes

: & Supply Co. Friday Oct 8 74 58 0 Howard Hammond. Hammond Program, P 0. Box 1147,; Avon |i appeal and economy make And of course, raw apples In the longer. Makes 6 servlniii,

. Saturday Oct 10 76 55 0 ( From Page One) ,I contended) that her house at the I II Park, for factual Information.: apples II favorite fruit not only for I I fruit bowl, as a between meal
through Pat Ray Terminal' chair. old-time familiar pie dishes but snack, and in countless deUclou Reserve November
1129 S. 8th Street Sunday Oil. It 71 67 T beach If moved to a new ben- I i' for the
: Monday, Oct. 12 77 62 0 mnn, that their drive will be completed I, lion, was detrimental to the valuei for newly created recipes too, Use salads arc as popular I as 'cooked apple Shrine Club's annual barbecue, to
Phone 261-3648 this week with the expectation apples In desserts, curries, and dishes. be held from 3 to 8
: Tuesday, Oct. 13 73 BU .03 [ d his property and suggested Trade At Home p m. at the
. that Terminal employees will i I I, other main dishes, with morning I Mete I II a note velgbt-watchcrs: Junior
Wednesday Oil. 14 72 66 2.10 I rather that the house In question High-Elementary!/ Cafeteria.
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complete( --- -- -- -- -
s once again provide their I --------- -- ---- ---- --- ------- --- -
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should have I
i suppoi t.
lowing Iliirrlrnnc 1 \ Dura
. Bob Cenik, appreciative of the Mrs. Dresslcr's request for a I

.. I excellent response so far, points out 'l'ill'lall'eI' inns put one section''
. that "the final $6,0110 U as Import.
Ilf the home nearer the property
ant as the first) $12000 and I hope
ordinance I
i line t than the inning
I and believe that ill volunteers will Com- I
. calls for was approved by
WONDER continue their efforts with the same mifilonrr Kill hens. Tlllakn and'

}fyNAT I ILjbIONEY :r' energy exhibited thus far 11 that Mayor. Johnson Sorcnscn and Bi>-
\ \\ I r Ir, I when out drive ends on October .
Jiannon voted no.
27th we can any to the eight pur.ticlpntlng Bohannon clarified his stand In
I agencies we will support Advisory
that the Planning and
you again this year in your ,
Board of Adjustment
( Board and the I
worthy objectives"Every
hall studied this proposal IS well t
s effort is being made to YOU NAME
s a!* others and that If their declsi SERVICE YOU ,
ronlait all who might rcn-
i 8 elf' tribute to this year's United-Fund :i Ions carried no eight there was I CAN COUNT ON WE DO IT 11 .
a little need for groups.
If fur some reason you are not requested '
c ........ I to contribute and you wishto The Commission approved tht: From) filling 'er up to n DEPENDABLE Our expert, experienced
.., i reappoinlmcnt of Ralph Kear to. SAFE SURE! mechanics
contribution check
help, you may mall your l 1 check and your
-t I another term on the Planning ana I complete car
a& USE OURSIWe'll to the Nassau: County Com Advisory Board.Halloween. overhaul lee us for When it! cornea to car For !sake, let c* car thoroughly, makeservicing
MAN. I munity Chest-United Fund, Fornandlnn your repairs right, at modernte .
BeichRemember I IIContinul'd service! font and right. !it pays t 0 put your car's wheels in cost.

help you pet Into the drl.... I your one gift supI ; Poster t. come to us. From minor perfect alignment. "

/ er's Mat fast and, of course, I pale the Girl !Scouts of America, ._ repairs tOR complete r' ..
} at sensible bank rate, the Boy Stouts of America, The I I, 1 Slop here Reliable ServiceAll 1 Drhe in
Salvation Army. American RedI i From Page One overhaul.

1a I Cross The thlldicn's Home S'-clc. The posters will be collected slit's ease Work Guaranteed 4.'a for fast

1 ty of Floilda, Travelers Aid, Y.:\1.. through the classrooms on flio'1'Wi!' I 1J Ire Po The Job Right .
C A. nnd tier U,S 0. Hnd Judged bv a panel, of threeJudges. j I ItO I /. er\'I'e !

One Gilt Works Many Wonders- The winners will W5 *.. 1". ; Automatic Transmission Repairs -j. '
pounced and lob 2nd and 3id prizes I I Iawardid
FLORIDA National. lank Help for alcoholic\ I.I availableI In the lot and Ind 3id ---- --- -

through hospitals and 4lh. Bin and Gill and 7th and
i .,...... .. I many sources -
_...1r. "r.u 1,1w MOTOR
eldlf.......... ...adsn friends, ministers, physicians, etc.. l 18'h grade levels. LASSERRE COMPANY
I I but help Is available For Information (' being Judged, the prheVtnnlng -

on alcohol and alcohol. posters will be displayedInI '; Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8th
Your StreetPue
, 261-3812 '
11 Alcoholic I downtown locations( nd Phont
Wr "NMa -' ,..IY4,1aar, w, I'I Ism, contact the Florida Slate I prominent
i Rehabilitation Program P, will lend much excitement an
0. Box 1147 Avon Park. I to the coming festivities' ,


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( Hear ': Chimes DedicatedIn Gospel Meeting Set News! ,(' (I'r, Frrnnmlirm- Heath-,- ,-_Florida.- Thurxihy, October 15, 19C4!)( --- Page- Three-

October 25.31 At

History of Greek Memory of Church of ChristThe Wesley Foundation 1964 Fall Term i I! fiilvy(hurlii, Richard!Alexander Owen Mlnson Manning, Daniel

Group Sets Retreat David Prlngle. Alexander Djral

loot Building William A. Davisi Here October 16.17 Continued( From Pane Ones) lleniv C Wicks. Rubert Edward
Charles Gardner, Joseph Atliurv : Uulkln Duman Cummins Drady
I Douglas/ Ga, Ol'9\. The Smith Michaels, Jr Charles William Rubeit J, Elliott. Victor Paul Da.
BV TOMMY HALL i| and visitors of me/ Georgia Collide! Wesley Inundation Jones. Jr. Jam" .. N, Melton, Iny vis. No),in 8hl'1I011fallan/ Noah
"'ilv Commissioner John Tllinkosni First PreiiMterlan Chinch pirtm group is HI'lied iled to conduct a E, Souls. James Franklin dcduln Joshua Currull, B, B Don Brown,
principal speaker at the Mm- I noted In in Inspiration d'dll/l., retreat Hi rcrmimlma Uiaih on Elmer Gibson Lee Jimii' f Allen l III bt'rl Russ Geiger( Charlie Wethirlngtun .
tnight Kiwanis meeting and tins of organ chimes al their ''I i fir Oetobir! It) and' IT,. Ell Hand Jerome" Edward En. Alvin Dotson Lambert
ni Introduced by Program Chair. e 4rr ship service Sunday The iimplmm' ( Marie W Junes Ralph Arydlce
5' ) I Ii 11<'Ulllas First Mclhiicllst Church nls. !Klehard C Billfold, Dill I.eon
tin routs Ferreira chimes were given to the lunch Music Dlivitur, Newton Tyson, din Dinkins .'ranklln.I't'\ Marvin (;iilhile, Rcilx.it\ R, Harding Troy
Tillukne dated that his main f by Mrs W, A, llnvls In Irving l< memory Ciclgtr,
'ewAl said appioximilelv JO! students. meomplined HI: Willis Wllllim Kinnelli llalkyDaniel
nslness Is boat building which he of her husband, Uilllum Al
y ( -- --- --
by Wesley Foundation Waller Runic rsonBojce ?
row ui) In under the able tutelage' ten Davis, \Director, !Bill Adams and his wife I Iof L, Laiikston Frnest Put Vile The Classified: : Ads
I his lather the late Mike Tilla- The Rev John Do/lir, nwor, --" -' .-
ValdoRta would chaperone the
01, who came to thin community led the congregation In a mn.."inn ,
rem Greece In 1912, Mike wti the lltunv of dedication while tin ,'hitnes .
in of a boatbulldir who spent his ,'i'::'': were played and pioMdnn a I Tyson coot tin Methodist Ktu- A Real
[fetlme building boats In the best uuiiliiiil auompinlnunl i," the d'nl.lld( \ stud the bock, 'Con-
reck tradition, choir during the hymn of deda,1(11(5" sell'nee on lumpus/ by Waldo
TIllnkoB said his father brought t ,/ and to all of the musical \I' n im I Beech during the! iclu-nl\ .
I -- ---
lilt him from Greece the tools of f! j of tho service
Is trade the adz and other hand .f The chimes twenty use i a all, Rev. Ray McKendree
fetrumcnti which he swore by over \ have been Installed In the I mnli I i Recalled To Yulee
he years balcony and are played nun a

Tillakos aid that fundamentally p9 n separate key board pljucl mar Fernandina Beich Church of Baptist Church RockerHand
e still follows the Greek style of ) I the organ manual Christ al 1105 South 14th St will I
boats but has Davis, known to most localresidents
milling substituted I Mrs: : ; conduct a Gospel Met'ling begin
here possible, modern electrical I as Angel, was bun nod October 23
nlng > and continuing
ood orklng tools These have ': raised In Fernandina In Hi, home through the 31 PC i' ,
Charles Brewer nimbler
R of
surd, Ave Members of her fimilv have I the Brent wood( !;IhlN:; Chinch:::: : ; :of:
Some 3'4 months are consumed lived In this community sum the Christ In Nashville, Turn will lip
l turning out a complete boat Civil War, The hie Mr, ])01\10, wasa the evangelist and bring the I message ('
lost of his production has consist- life long resident of :N.mail each evening at 7:45, s l''
d of fchilmp boats, but of late he County and moved to rirnuulina I
Evangelist Brewer in a mini: an
thor, educator and lielurer and
Channel will nerve as !Master of Ceremonies at all three Mrs Davis has been a number has bun, a gospel pundur fur
Annual Student Talent Show slated of the First Presbvleri in ('((cell
OYSTERSFried shows of the Second more than fllv VCIIH In 30 oLdcsand
for November 14. The shows are sponsored by the Fern. for sixty years and has mu 11\\ the six Con'l1li11l1tl'll'a/ .
andina Beach Band Parents' Association. church choir or played tin church I The public In ciinliallv Invited I In *
she twihcHere
organ was I attend men of the t inn'linnsYoungsters .
for the dedication a'rvic0 i
has manufactured a number of the ones which are still being construeled Sunday were her daimhtir, Mis E, .
Surf Restaurant yachts and pleasure biati | I in his fathers homeland: : W, Chaplin of Cleveland', linn and( I Receive *
the i : ; ::
In the prime difference being that Allen :
At the death of his father her son, William I I UiUs Jr
Across From Ocean 19J3, John took over and has run Greek boats for the most part are of this community, I
the boat yard ever since. Since double cnders The local yard pro. I iCiintlnuid From fogs Ones i isimppiislim *
PRIVATE DINING ROOM then 54 bouts have been constructed | duces a boat of 5'1 foot depth ( wire Gerald Wilder 21,
FOR PARTIES: CLUBS some In their yard the most 'which Is desirable for operating In Board Of Public lOlls i Sharp 22 and his wile dim! 'la.
certain ports where shallow depths Charles Coin'sun I'l! and WllllimPi
ETC. recent launching being about a I MeKinclrce, former
Rev Kay
II ) limit the vessels which can transit Ik 18The
week ago. their entrances. (Continued From Page (Olwl( only case of diunkeness was pastor of Yu ee Baptist Church, 1
0 There Is a great dearth of keel The mlllige for ntluol OIHra made against Wayne 110\\1'11. 19, has been recalled to the parish and
I timbers In this day, a single pieceof In conclusion, Tiliakos answeredmany lion In Nassau County Is 844 with who Is out on $271 bund!. lie will assumed his duties on October 1,
' 9 x 12, pine from 42' to 70' In I questions put to him by KI. an additional 19 mills In District I appear before Judge Fishier next Rev McKendree first served Yu-
: : wanlans, and stated that he was I
length required. Bow stems whichare I 1 for Interest and linking fund Monday morning' lee Baptist Church In 1953, and left
real happy In his work because, as
made of oak are now being Imported levy. The Juveniles who appeared before I to attend Bible Baptist Institute at
III, from Tennessee All plank. I he stated, he was doing something In other business the board dls. Judge Wcatherfcrd received Gracovtl'e Ala While attending Priced At Only
1 which he liked to do carrying on
I Ing Is cypress which Is durable cussed a school .survey will relatively stiff sentences, A curfewof there, he filled the pulpit at Center
j the trade of his father and his
'I.. BEStfamous for Its swelling ability and its resistance be held here In March and talked 8 p,m, was Imposed for an Indefinite Baptist Church at Webb, Ala
, u I to deterioration Most deck- I grandfather about a proposal to bring \ulco period and each must be accompjnled lie replaces Rev, Fran Picker
I III' Ir lug material Is purchased locally. : A delegation of Jacksonville high students to Fernandina Bench by a parent If out lifter who left earlier this year for a pastorate $19.95Regular
The speaker stated that It was Beach Kiwanians, led by Jim Costello High School and Bryant Academy that hour Also each must reportto I at Cape Coral '
) becoming more and more difficult \ held an Interclub meeting seventh and eighth grades to Peck his or her respective minister Rev McKcndrte son of Mr, and
" with the years to obtain the necessary with the local Klwanlans School here.Superlnlendt'nt. for regular counseling sessions Mrs Tom Mekendree who make $29.95
t l'j cypress for planking the Louis Kinser had as his guest Dean Bhnkcn- Weathcrford said that others arc Ihelr home In Callahan, Is married
Contact me today! hull A completed shrimp boat, he I, Jon Zern, now manager of Suburban ship noted that this yenrs enrollment Involved In the situation and that I I to the I former Mlas Margaret Page, $1 DOWN
s said usually runs about $38,.000 fora Gas who Is relieving Rudy I In the county wui rants 4 an Investigation Is still underway,, also of Cullah.in They aie the par.
) 1 Bob Hawkins 55 footer, His yard can producea York, soon to depart for Orlando, I new classroomsA lie added (that once' Identity In is.tnbllshed I eats of three children, Glenn age
q i" i N. 6lh St yacht (power) for about 1.3 the Al Eason had as his guest Bub request from the rnnmlina/ they will be summoned 14, Nathan 5, and! Phyllis age 11,
Phone Z61-3163 cost of the fine mahogany finished I Gilmore of the New York Office of 'Beach Parent Teacher Aisnciaili In for similar punishmint ultalhei ;
tyPe, such as produced by Chris. I Rayonler Inc to hold school board mcctinm nt The Library needs friends'! I Donate 0frj '?JlftJllti'aJ2I
Craft, Owens, and others In this I Key Club visitors Charles Burns night/ was turned down Do your part to help some crippled your books to build a better
(BTATE FARM !'""''' categorj and Tommy Jameson were Introduced Other business dealt with pirsonntl child Get your ticket for the library fur Fernandina Bench Collections .
A : SOUTH mil ST. PHONE 261.415,1I :
Wutml MMMtllt. IIWMM Conwqi. I,.... Tile model now being produced In I by Reed Lewellen Bill Webb changes and roulini affairs Shrine Clubs annual bill bl'l'ue to taken at Art Center 20
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-_ WMU' Association St. Michael's Group Organizes, Installs 1 Ellb Hardee Circle

Danny Hughes Feted UDC Luncheon To Mr. end Mrs John E. Morris Meets la Callahan; Officers At Meeting Held On October 13 I Meets At Penton

By Parents At Be Held Oct. 21 Installs Officers I The organizational meeting of I Home Tuesday

Birthday Party At Fishier HomeThe nit Northeast Florida W.MV I St.the Home Mleha and J'. School School Association wee held On-ol "Sugar Plum Fairy" I Mrs. Harold Hardee Penton Circle was hostess

i Muster Danny Hughes celebrated Amelia Hand Chapter of the Ust Association met at the First Bap..1 tober 13th In St. Michael's Hall Birthday Theme For they to the miL Ella for their regular business when
Church In Callahan. Thlln-
a his first birthday on October 5 at a United Daughter of the Confedar. : on with Rev. Father Leonard Dooms meeting on Tuesday morning/
day. October 8. Little Susie Reid
'I .party given by Mi parents, Mr. acy will have i covered! dish lun. I presiding The teaching staff andI I Refreshments were served to
and Mri. James Hughes, at their cheon on Wednesday October II, The meeting was opened with the I 30 parents were present Little Miss Susie Reid celebratedher eleven members and two guests,
d home at II:00 a.m. The luncheon Is to beheld theme lOll, "0 Worship The.1 I Officers elected to serve until fourth birthday on Monday, Or. Woman's Society for Christian Service .

..I.I .The! little guests gathered at 3:30: at the home of Mrs H. W r.ra King", followed with prayer by January. 13 were. : president Mrs tuber 12. by playing/ the Sugar I President !Mrs Ben Dickens,
Mrs ,
David Buchanan, Jr.
x and were served birthday cake decorated Fishier on Atlantic! Avenue Charles Long vice president Mrs. Plum Fairy. and Mrs Robert DouglasMrs. .

with a cowboy scene! and Special guests are to be Mrs II Mrs. Buchanan called for a report 'Bertha Rowland treasurer Mrs She greeted her at the H. J. Bailey opened the
o( the nominating committee i H. R. Peterson, Jr., recording sec.I guests '
"Happy Birthday. Cake was erv. business session with a reading
Grady, Second Vice-President Gen. Candy Cane Door and Invited themInto
tit with Ire cream and Cokei. Par. I r N, w'y o which was given by Mrs. John I rrtary, Mrs J. Clayton Sanders, from "Upper Room". The SpiritualLife
eral Mrs. Hugh! A, Tiernan Preal.I Candy Land. There she enter
; Page. The following officers were 'and corresponding secretary, Mrs
ty halt and horns were given each Program followed which wa<
talned them with
ai a remembrance of the occasion. dent of the )FtovM\ DivMwt of elected to serve In J4.'BJ: Presi Henry Sterling. games where! each by Miss Robbie Lee
.. child won a gift, and then helped
Enjoying the afternoon with Dan. I UDC; Mrs L. A. Thlgpcn, District dent. Mrs H. J McFarland; Vice- The following committee chair. themselves to the Thompson
Gumdrop Tree.
[ Director and President, Mr. L. L. Owens, See- 1 men were appointed, health and Mrs Tom Davis, Secretary, read
; Mrs R. L. Dixon,
nv were, Robert Tanner, Debbie i Suale opened her many gifts, and
., retary, Mrs. John Page Treasurer,
; welfare, Mrs. Charles Nlssen room
two letters from missionaries to
Tanner, Jerry Tanner, Joan Hugh Past President of the Florida Dlvla. then served her guests birthday
Mrs E. E. Jones, Sr. Mission
; mothers Mrs. Mike Fiala, membership Cuba. The Circle had sent copiesof
and Teresa Edwards Ion. cake and punch.
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Study Mrs J. J. Klarer; Com- Mrs. Lloyd I'ffelman, pro. the Upper Room printed In
Assisting Mrs Hughes were Mrs Miss Marie Cone, President of munlty Missions! Mrs. Pauline' gram, Mrs. Earl Rowe, publicity Suddenly, as the guests were Spanish and thank you notes were
Mike Tlliakoi and Mrs Lonnie, the local chapter, urges all mem. Calais Stewardship, Mrs. Thomas !Mrs. H. L. Glllls social, Mrs. leaving and saying good-bye, the I received from Elolsa Toleda serving

I Tanner I ben to attend. ..A9kA Hicks: Prayer Chairman Mrs. J. Charles Harrison, School Boy Pa. big live foot Sugar Plum Tree be. In Fomento, Cuba and Mar.
f,; B. Newsome; Children's Home I trol, Curtis Smith and athletics, gap to shake and all of the candy garlta Obregon of Oriente, Cubs
Chairman. Mrs II. J. Mobley; Pete Schulling. fell to the ground where the chlldren Program books were distributed
f z Y.W.A. Director Mrs Vera Bessley picked It up and went away
Sister Mary Gregory, principal, for "Quiet Day" which will be observed
) f. ; G.A, Director, Mrs. Sidney spoke to the group thanking the with all of the candy their pockets October 29th, from 9:30:
@m 1 1I
IDmIDil would hold.
f Whitehead; Sunbeam Director ladles who helped prepare the until 11:30 In the Church Sanctuary,
Mrs. David Buchanan, Jr.: Publicity Guests Michael Reid, Julie I
A Y school for opening. She stated that The Claxton fruit rakes will be
? Mrs J. J. Klarer; and Publicity I the school needed more film strips I I Harrison, Michael Gay, Pam Gay, ordered this week and will be on
(Callahan) Mrs Mamie Shaw Paul Blanchard, David Blanchard
and the need of a complete library. sale for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Members of the nomlnsttnK committee Sweat, Bill Mahoney .
She also: stated that the health Joey Sweat, Patsy The November meeting Is to be
were: Mrs A. A. Eskrldge!, Mary Ann Mahoney, Suzl,
Mrs Ralph DuBois Mrs. II. J. officer had checked the school and held at the home of Mrs. H. J.
AUcpt Jay ma Shell.
I i Loper, Sandy
I Bailey at which time a Thank glv.
Steadfastly Mobley ind Mrs John W. Page. everything was satisfactory with house Julie Shollhouse, Sieve Bean, .
tug basket will be prepared to deliver
y ;j. f Mrs. James Dunnam of Fernan- one minor infraction and all their mothers '
to a needy family.
devoted $ .
: dlna First Baptist Church, conducted Mrs Charles Nlssen reported

I beautiful Installation ser. there was a need of a clinic to be Newspaper food advertisements
U. to service vice: as she called each woman Use The Classified Ads
( operated during school hours attract 80% of womea shoppers.
forward to receive her challengeof would be staffed by volunteers with -. -
.,i iI responsibility she gave to each knowledge ot First Aid. Mrs. Nlasen
a lighted candle which had derived
further stated she had contacted
I The Crawford Street Baptist other attendants, and a circlet I Its light from the central candle Sandy DeSandro City Recreational
To give you "just what' the doctor Church of Wtycross, Georgia pro. edged with sheer lace representing "Christ The Light of Director, who advised that a First Ilan Theatre

ordered' by filling all prescriptions! with vlded the setting August 13 for the Billy Sweat was the ring bearer. the World". Aid Class would be offered If there -
I lovely wedding of Miss Winnie Following the Installation, Mrs. was sufficient enrollment to justify
t a unfailing\ accuracy I"i our foremost obligation I Cathryn Herrin, daughter of Mr. James Franklin Morris was best I Mamie Jones of Callahan accompanied such a class. At this time volun. Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach Mgr.

and we ace dedicated to fulfilling! and Mrs. David Carson Herrin of man for his brother and ushers I I by Mrs John Page, sang/ teers for a class were requested

it with meticulous care. You cn count I WayeroM to John Edward Morris were/ David Carlton Herrln and I "0 Master Let Me Walk With II and the following responded: Mrs. FRIDAY & SATURDAY
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leslie Cyril Herrln brothers of Thee". Doborsky, Mrs. Rose Cook, Mrs. E.
f on us. ; Franklin Morris of this city. the bride Charles Dwight Morris, Mrs. Ann Moftayaw, Introduced Rowe Mrs. B. Rowland Mrs. A. OCTOBER 16 &: 17

I The couple exchanged vows at brother of the bridegroom, Albert by Mrs Buchanan gave a very Informative I Blanchard Mrs. E. Cook Mrs. H. Friday 7:30: Saturday .2:30 & 7:30:
7.30: o'clock before the Rev Walter Pasco Alvarez Paul E. Hanson, I report of the B.W..C.I Glllls, Mrs. Scott Mrs. C. Long,
Ii STEGER IRHG CO. H. Sailer, Jr., pastor and Larry Wright, all of Fernan meetltg held la Jacksonville st the Mrs. S. Hamilton, Mrs. Molly

: Tall baskets of white grads, car. I dina Beach. I I Robert Meyer Hotel In September. Bunch Mrs. P. Bradley, and Mrs. "HEY THERE YOGIE BEAR"
I AVENUEPlse'2 Following the ceremony, the C. Nlssen.
nations and mums, garlands of Mrs McFarland Introduced Mrs.
U-32SZ smilax, and double arched candel. bride's" parents entertained. with a Dunaam who gave an Inspiring report Mrs. Mike Fiala and Mrs Wm. TECHNICOLOR. -

1 bra holding/ white Cathedral tap. reception In the Church Social (fall. of the Southern Baptist Con. Dobrosky were appointed cochairmen Friday 9:14: Saturday 4:14 & 9:14:
Following a wedding trip to SI]. of the Halloween Carnival to
--- -- ers, provided the beautiful back. ventlon In Kansas City.
vcr Springs and other of la.terest be held October 2hh.! Home.
ground for the wedding party points Mrs McFarland. newly elected on INTERNS"
Miss Linda Proctor, organist, ac. the couple is at home at 417 president, !taking charge! ot the room mothers will be appointedand "THE NEW
i' companied Mrs. Walter H Salter, N.E. 4th Avenue, Apartment B, meeting called for minutes of the each room will be responsible
: the Jr. as she sang, "Because" and Gainesville, where Mr. Morris Is a I I last meeting and treasurer's report for a booth at the carnival (WITH THEIR NEW LOVES)

"The Wedding! Prayer," and pre. senior at the University of Florida given by Mrs. Mamie Shaw In the
10 half I and Mrs. Morris! is employed by I absence of Mrs. Jones HIBISCUS GARDEN rUB
; qnoctern anted the poem, "How Do I Love .
Howard Hall'Agency.Dorcas SUNDAY & MONDAY
Thee?" I I I. The roll call of the churches was The Hibiscus Garden Club will

of watch Given In marriage by her father, heard and nine churches were represented hold Its first meeting of the new OCTOBER 18 & 19.
ff your Monday, October 19, at the
the bride chose an exquisite gown Class Has I with fifty In attendance. year
first worn by her older sister, Mrs. Banquet October 8 I The new budget was read and home of Mm Virginia Hlgglnbotb- Sunday 2:30: & 7:30: Monday 7:30:
is adopted. am at 8 p.m.
missing R. P. Smith.
1s .. I The floor length gown was of The Dorcas Sunday School Class Mrs. McFarland requested all officers All members are urged to attend. "ROBIN AND THE 7 HOODS"

I white Chantilly lace and peau de of the First Baptist Church held to attend Day of Instruction
sole featuring a fitted bodice en. Us fall banquet on October 8 .at on October 15 at Riverside ChurchIn Let someone else enjoy the books FRANK SINATRA DEAN MARTIN
nanced by a scalloped sabrlna Sue's Restaurant. Jacksonville, and a leadership you have finished. Your donations I II
neckline outlined In pearls, Thelong The table deror tNf'\'n\ course to be hold on November 17 will help to build a better library I
was gaily I
and 23 respectively, at Callahan and I IYulre. Fernandina Beach Books ..
tapering sleeves eqded In for may
rod and white, the class colors, and TECHNICOLOR I -
calla Illy points over the wrists place cards were used. Favors The courses will be conducted be left at the Art Center, 20 Soul I
I' The bouffant skirt of de sole by Miss Josephine Jones 7th St.
peau given to each member were pincushions Executive State WMU. __ ______ ____ .
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featured appllqued medallions In
of red and while made
bouquet fashion and a front panelof The general association meetings
and designed by Mrs L. 10:' Jones,
announced and will be heldon
lace. The back was graced by were
t.A a wide panel of lice which terminated president October 15 at Oceanway, and
unless Into a full Chapel train. Her The Invocation woe given by the October 16 In Yulee, both meetingsat Do we reallyneed
class teacher, Mrs. John Klarer.
of silk Illusion 2:30: pm.
: -= headpiece was sheerest ,
I'it shows which was attached to a Following the banquet Mrs The ladles adjourned to the Social .

peas de sole Duchess rose head I Klarer cave the devotional on Hall whore they enjoyed a
I L ONLY the date... piece. She carried a spiral ciscado'i Christian Fellowship and Prayer, bounteous lunch prepared by the aMedicare
of white carnations, roses and step. and Mrs. J. C Hazelwood read the women of Callahan church
hnnntU, centered with a white or. class history to the fifteen members

H. BULOVA chid with sprays of llly-uf-the-val- I present. Circle Two Meeting Tax
Icy The ladles enjoyed singing the
Mill Cecelia Herrln was her sis. class song and several welt known Held At Home of
offers the finest and
j you largest ter's maid of honor and another hymns. They were dismissed witha Mrs. A. E. Toplin .s

selection of calendar styles sister, Mrs R. P. Smith, was mi- prayer and benediction Circle Two of the Women of the 9
Iron of honor. Bridesmaids wereMiss I
First Presbyterian Church held
from as little Pam Mock. Miss Penny
: as 35.95 Officers Named For the first meeting of the 1964-'&3 .
Wright of FcrnnnHlna Beach and I
Pearl year at the home of Mrs. A. E.
DuVall Circle
Miss Carolyn Welch.
1r Taplln, with Mrs. Josiah Greenall
r: BUDGET TERMS The attendants wore floor length On October 13 acting as cn-hosless. Upon arrival
of suniilow yellow do
gowns peau I
I members were served coffee, lemon Health
t sole and matching Duchess rose care
The Pearl DuVall Circle of the cake and nuts.
: headpieces. They carried spiral First Baptist Church met on Tues I I Mrs. Taplln, chairman of the circle I
: cascades rf t tabiman and pal yellow I
ROBISON JEWELRY COMPANY glamelhastt'ntered| with tan. day morning at the home of Mrs. opened the meeting with a is now available
I William F. Miller lien( summarized the goals
: '- ;* Cbrriplefto\! gerineNd.carnattoHii'' ) accented tHlli'Mils'.Sliiann&ftmlth .will} I I Mrs. !Wilier, chairman.rondu t.1 set for this year .
: (JYour Jewelry* 'Store'f J I I 'I \ ; W I' .v2-1' f": was i flower I ed the businessmeeting pt. which I iM d. ''Grbena1leoi-chtitriifsn,.wan I oj' ''OJ' for over 65's'"I' ,

.:: A f. ,NTIC1 \'ESttA, FOFTH TREET girl for her ;iui\f.6lie' wore' a1 frock time planj. for,tie,, 'nell('year were the Bible Study Moderator Intro.
I \of while sail \ftiade similar to the I discussed and offirerl' elected I during the Study of Epheslons. who cannot afford to

--- - ......., .._ : Mrs. William Waas, program Mrs I. W. Hardee. Jr. presentedthe payIf ;
chairman gave the Royal Service : monthly emphasis on Extend.'
I program entitled "Worship, and tug the Church through Evangel-

i SPECIAL I I IH.at5Roorns I the Mrs.Missionary Waas were Task"Mrs.. II.Assisting J. Me. ism Present for the meeting were Mrs. you are over 63, fac

I Farland and Mrs. W. 0. Carman, Leonard Long, president of the ing medical expense and

Jr. Women of the Church Mrs. Taplln, can't pay for it ."Wi ,
Mrs. Greennll. Mrs. R. N. Alciay \
j II The Community Missions project Arnold. ;for the asking, already
Mrs Murder, Mrs. Frank
: Beautiful Thermolaire I for the month Is to visit the
: shut-Ins distributing literature Mrs. D. II. Wryer Mrs. Waller provided for bylaw
Preston, Mrs. L. V Fink, Mrs. I.
supply canned meat for the church The Kerr-Mills Act

| pantry and making cancer pads. tell W. ,Hanloe.!Mrs. T. Sr.II Asking Mrs. ,Everett Mrs F.Mi-J. offers a Health Opportunity

RC-40 Gas Heater The following slate of officers Schroeder and her guest !Mrs. Rob- : Program for the Elderly ,.'
was elected: Co-Chairman Mrs. laos with the federal
| Thad Lee; Secretary, Mrs Adrian
i ru,,, 1 Harrison: Treasurer, Mrs. David I and state governments
Jones; Community Missions, Mrs I Mrs. Valero HostessTo sharing the cost.

I W. G. Carman. Jr.; Publicity I Edith Flood
cow Installed 'Chairman, Mrs. Gen. Coktri, "t.WoI In most states this

ardship. !Mrs W R. GUI; Mission Circle TuesdayThe care is far, far greater
Study, Mrs. Leroy Jones; Children
'i Home. !Mrs. II.. J, IIl Fnr.. Edith Flood Circle of the than that offered by j I

With Gas land; Program Chairman, Mrs : Memorial Methodist Church met on Medicare proposals. .
William Waas: Publication. !Mrs : October 13 nt the home of Mrs. and no additional tax is ,
1 Ernest
4a Valero' with elevea members -
"' Donald Piper; Telephone, Mrs. J. I
r : I' B. Haddock; and Social Chairman, : attending necessaryl
t ;% nth !Mrs. G. E. S1pp.Rl'lrrshmrnts !Miss Kjihlcen Davis gave the
ks t r lust were served to the devotional\ using verses from the If you are elderly,

nine members present Including books of Matthew and Acts her and without funds for
P sr !Mrs. Donald subject being the power of God In
two new members :needed medical care, ask ,
Piper and Mrs.! W. R. Gass. our dally lives and service
!Mrs. Lucille Dyal gave the Missionary your doctor about the

Report was a report Health Opportunity Pro
.af. $7500 : Edna S. Ward Class on a Christian Hospital In South
for the Elderly, or
To Meet October 20 Korea. This wa followed by pray. gram
e er. call your local medical

COMPLETE WITH TAXI The Edna S. Ward Bible Class; of Tie members planned a Tiippcr. society.
the lIIt'morlalIethodlst! Church ware pare to be given In November
e aL Phone 225-5146 will meet at the home of Mrs.. R. B. with final plans to be announced

Lockwood on Tuesday, October. 20, at the next WSCS meeting and HEALTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM FOR THE ELDERLY
at I.00 p.at In the Messenger
: The hush'.a! served delicious refreshments HELPS THOSE WHO NEED HELP

(Good Housekeeping Gas Co. : For some mighty fine eatia' using "HalloweesT as
| while helping a most worthy cause, the theme
get your ticket to the Shrine Club NASSAU
Yulee Florida L. P. Gas The Perfect Fuel
.. I' Barbecue to be held November .21 ,
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District IV Meeting In Jacksonville"Reach Hostess To Mamie i Selma Kindig Circle It has been derided by unanl. 'j'j having a leadership ardor need
moos vote at the General Meeting I Inn a new ese was urged to re

For The Stan" was the I,I I The special reports' given' on the Mills Circle I At DuBois Home; that In the cue of a death flowers member these deter '
topic of Mn Mark Emmel, pl'<'ll. dental clinic the Thrift Shop, Officers Elected would be sent for the m.mher.I I The projects as outlined by Community .
dent of the Florida Federation orWoman'a the Gerontology and Youth Groups, The Mamie Mills Circle of the 'her himhnnd and her rhlldrrn, i Mission Chairman were,

Clubs, at the District IV I, and Civil Defense reports helpt'dbclng Memorial Methodist Church met The Selma Kindle' Circle of I ho 1 I only. The entire church familieswill visiting our shut-ins, providing lit.
meeting Tuesday In the Lake Shore'' In awarded the honor. ton Monday In the home of Mrs. T. First Baptist Church held' In first be remembered with sympathy I' erasure In public places and _k.
4rV, Brown. Mrs Enoch Owens .served cards
Methodist Church
with the LakeShore log cancer pads.
I There were 167 delegates, four I ttJ4at rti monthly meeting of the new church I
Woman' Club ai hostess, stale officers and seven state chairmen A as co-hostess. year In the home of Mri. Ralph 1 The second Monday of each ,, Mrs. C. M Hall, presented a
Other state officers speaking present. The Like City Wo Previous to the meeting delicious UuBols month was approved for the Circle most t encouraging program entitled
were Mrs Albert Huth, St. Petersburg refreshment were served by the meetings The time 8 (00 and Missionary
man's Club extended the Invitationfor Mrs. Bra Ellor, Circle Chairman net at pm. "Worship -
first. vice-president i, Mri. the District IV meeting In Oc. hostesses opened tilt meeting with a welcome There will be a Leadership Taiks". Mrs. LoKpelch closed with
Thomas Harrison, Ft Lauderdale, tober, 1965. Mrs. W. W. Stewart Jr. openedthe to all them! present, especially' to Course taught Nov. 17 In Callahan, prayer, Mrs. DuBois served' delicious
second vice-president, and Mrs' JFrank meeting wllh prayer and welcomed ( the new WMU members In the clr. and on November' 23 In Yulee by pecan pie and coffee to the
Johnson, Tampa, slate Jan.: I Those attending from Fernandina the twelve members present. cle this year I Mrs. Josephine Jones, Anyone not 10 members present.IT'S .
lor director. Beach were Mrs. L, E. Sutlers, .
Mrs Ralph Parklson, Jackson )I Mrs. C. R. Hall Mrs. T W, Oliver. I "Four Facts About the Wtll otGod" Mrs D. L.devotion Smith' entitled presented' "Yeare aehaltenging
Mrs. W T. Mlerzejewskl. Mrs. J. was the Spiritual) lire pro.
ville Beach, senior District IV director ;
the Light of the World" based
presided. She Introduced I i II White, Jr., Mrs. Enters Corbet, I pram( given by Mrs. L. K. Nolan In I C.I I
Matthew 5 H-I6. Mrs, II.
the senior presidents of each club Mrs. S. II Davis and Mrs. J. C. =mot the uSsence of Mri. W H Russell on A SNAP
Haddock led the Call to Prayer,
and each In turn gave a two min. Bennett, Jr.Stork. i v ffd Y? The Missionary Education program remembering the special mission-
consisted of a letter read bv Mrs.R. ,
ute report of the activities planned
arles listed
for her respective club B. Lockword from the circle's. I -
1 Mri. Flier presented the router WITH RROJV- -
Mrs. L. E. Sellers, president of : Club mlslll'n rv, Edna Floy Brown, sla- I of officers as follows: Co-Ch.iir- '' "

the Fernandlna Beach Womtn's tinned In Sarawak. man, Mrs Paul L, Lotipelch; Sec- ''

Club, outlined the local projects ; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lotspeich, I I made The twenty-five members reported visits, and hiving the I retary.Treower.\ Mr. Joe Par. PADDOCK CLUBIf
very efficiently to the theme, "A
II rich; Devotional Chairman, Mri.
formerly of Fernandina Beach, an. I
chairman reonrted the rummage I
Time For Believing, ..earning and 1
I' Darwin L. Smith Program Chair-
nounce the birth of a daughter, xp ;
sale hl'll'lth! the Fdna Owls CU-
Doing j I Mrs. C M Bill Jr Coj .
man. ;
Charlotte Ann October
I on 9, at ,
1'1.I'a Aurrl' fll1. The mem-
v Mrs W. K Monroe. Junior dli. Lakewood General Hospital Tacoma .I ben voted to hold an auction of j PIT gram h'limn.. Mrs, Darwin you like the trim, good looks of the ; _
trlct director, presented the Junior Washington. Smith; Prjver Chairman, \Mri. H.
foods and articles at the December
club presidents who reported for Maternal grandparents are Mr. u | 7 meeting' | C Iladclnrk; C mmnnlty Mtsslins, I II traditional tab collar without the fuss and : -

their clubs I and Mrs. K. W Robison, and paternal r It was announced' that the Nov. i Sirs Ralph C, PuBoli with CoI .

The Woman's Club of this city grandparents are Mr. and fa a x I ember meeting would he held In i i I' Chairman Mrs E. F, Wl'mn.I'; ; .;Jr.' fumble of a collar button, this Paddock Clubis
wai presented a citation for the | Mrs, Paul L, Lotspelch, all of this the home of Mrs. W. II Russell. SicAvnrrishln.1 Mrs Edgar Ilnddock,

outstanding leadership In Imprnv- city. The WSCS. meeting' Is to be In I Publlrltv-Snclnl! Chairman, Mrs. meant for you. Luxurious long-staple :
Ing Community Life during 1962. ah James E. Bryant; Chlldrcn'i Home,
M Parish Hall on October 20, at 8:20;
1964. This award was sponsored by Rags was the only material usedIn ax p m The program ..ubJel'tI III be I Mrs E. F, Wilson, Jr,1; and YOllt1tCouns,1 Supima1 cotton and "Sanforized"
the General Federation of Woman'sClubs and It not Chairman, Mrs. James E.
making papers was "Women In the Church", and will I
and the Sears-Roebuck until 1865 before wood with sodium rss.5; I be given by hire H, R. Penton Bryant.! labeled for lasting fit.
Foundation. Into ) It was suggested that we chnnsei
sulphite general
came une- Members were reminded of Ihe I
I i the naiiK .:jOf Circle to The Au.
special program to be held on October '
__ ."...wi 29. and the study course on I drey' Cowley Circle In order that $5.00PARTIN'S
we might have a more personal ,
Nmember' S, at 10 00 a m. l
Mr. and Mrs Tony Wade RenshawThe I contact with a missionary on the
LAY-AWAY The mPl'lInlfl'as adjourned with
field Motion' wan made and seconded
the circle benediction I \
home of Mr. and Mrs, to Thin client

a.aw Claude Woes Nim"i provided the Faithful Followers I Motion was mnde and seconded ,' I
s"'tHne October" 2 foe the wedding' Hostesses Honor to sponsor tho Primary Sunhl'anls'

r, ', .t, otat 3 DiamondRINCESS l of their daughter Mlnrlic l Claudine, Class Meets With Mrs. Davis With thin year' In the way of giving $2.00 I 1t
1 1 1iJ to Mr. Tony Wade Rcmli'w. son Mrs. Thomas HicksThe per month for supplies etc. I 1 >w
of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Wade Rcn- Cherub Shower Discussion' on the Children' 4 r kA 4'x'

ShAW of Jarknonvlllp. Faithful Followers!!, Sunday Home project led to a result nf
RING The novo Dennis' Carter of Wnv- School Class of tine Five Points Mrs Dickie Davit was honored finding a deserving child In our I 1

I cross, Oorrla porformod I the cpr.. Baptist Church, held Us monthly Monday evening with a stork own community to sponsor for the I
A MAGNIFICENT CLASSIC BEAUryiCh mnnv at rlnht o'clork bofrre the business meeting ul the home of shower given In the Conference year, Mrs Filer, Mrs DuBols::: antiMrs. i
t I Room of the Recreation Center Wilson I will visit several fnm-
k M Ytllow or Whit Caldl families of the cmmln and anum. Mrs. Thomas Hicks cm October 13
Hostesses' for the occasion were Illes and report" their findings! to
j I bee of personal friends. Mrs Jim Armxlrnng opened the
NOW ONLY Mrs. Sue Smith Mrs. Sari Lewis, the Circle at tho November meet.
The cmiole rcnpatod vow under. meeting with prayer, and Mri. Eugene
and Mri. Creamer.
5 nn srph of Iw flanked with law Moore read the scripture Upon arrival, Mrs. Davis was Ilnli.Mrs Eller reported that for this
$ 9? bAskets holding flTaneemcnti! nf taken from the thirteenth chapter I
I of Hebrews, verses seventeen thru presented a corsage ot miniature year all offering taken at the
talisman and assorted fall
I white rOles accented by blue ribbons Firth Monday Ralllci will bo used
| blossoms and greenery and a miniature football. fnr the WMU Christian Education
i Given In marrl'BP bv her father, Mrs. Travis Mullls, president, Several appropriate games were Fund. The first Fifth Monday Rally -
the bride was radiant In her wedding presided at the business session and played with Mrs. Bell Mock, Mrs. will be November 30 with our
gown of white Chimlllv lame called for the report which were Marie Crosby, mother of the honoree Circle as hoiteii' for the meeting
noised over white bridal satin end read and approved. and Mrs. Lois Sheffield win. and Tea to follow welcoming all
ruffled layers of starched net. The The members formed a visitation t1t" w #w
sing prizes. new members. It was decided that
bodice featured long tapered sleev. program with Mrs' Clayton Tlpplns The many lovely and useful gifts the Program Chairman would plan I

es ending at lily points at the wrist serving as chairman. were presented to Mrs. Davis In a l skit to be presented by the mem.hers. I
: ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 261.3420I and a rounded neckline edged with' The meeting was adjourned with beautifully decorated white bas .
i "seed pearls' and teardropn. The prayer by Mrs Mull is. sinette. Members were also reminded' of

t I bouffant skirt swirled from the fit. I The hostess served delicious refreshments I The guests' then enjoyed miniature the Prayer League Meetings each I

I ted bodice Into a billcrlna length. to the following members ,,, cakes decorated with blue Thursday at 10,00, with an hour of i i
'Her circular shoulder veil of silk : Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Stanley booties, mints, null, and Cukl'll visitation following The Church I / d .
Illusion was attached to a tiara nf Brarell I Mri. Rthett Craig ,,Served' from table overdid wllh nursery li open for this service.! I ..r .
I rhinestones and seed pronto, gift Mrs Jackie Davis: Mrs Kicks; Mrs, 't an Ivory lace tablecloth. A decorator
of Mrs. R. P. Fnwlcr. Slip carrlida James Mlxon Mrs. Moore Mrs.Mullls .1 stork centered the table, flank 1r

i CLEAN LATE MODEL I white lace Bible topped with ,Mrs? James Mine, ed by while candles I ..

,, miniature carnations spiked wllh Jerry Thomas, Mrs. Tlpplns, lr"1. The following guests enjoyed the OYSTERSCocktail 1 ,
lllv-of-thp-villpv. and while satin Bert Hickox, Mrs. Hobby Junl'I'1 evening :with Mrs Davis I Mrs. I .
ribbons tied In love knots. I and Mrs. Roy Parker. r .
Mary Tom Ward, Mrs Joyce Me.
USED CAR ? Miss Mary Painter was mnld of I Kendree, Mrs Melba Saylor, Mrs. I or .

honor and only attendant She wore WMU Has First"Meeting Ophelia Dunnman, Mri. Julia Gel- 4e

a dress of swirling blue chiffon ), ger, Mrs. Patty Van Beck, Mrs. Surf Restaurant
SEE US FOR A SPECIAL over matching taffeta, and blue! of Church Lou ShuUiold( Mrs, Maggie Lou i I
slippers Her flowers were white I Thrift, Mrs Boll Mock, Mrs. Ruby I IIknham.
On October 7
HIGH-TRADE ON ONE OF OUR carnations. I Mrs. Suzanne Edwards, Across From Ocean Tier I

Kent Renshaw served as )best The Wormn'i Missionary Union !Mri. Velma Thomas Mrs Marie PRIVATE DINING) ROOM ESTABLISHED 1878

1965 FORD TRADE-INS I man for his brother.Immediately I of the First Baptist Churrh held''' Its ('Iobytrs.! Renner Rynls and FOR PARTIES, CLUBS! 313 ATLANTIC AVENUE
J| I i following the ceremony first meeting of the 1964.65 church !Mrs Dorothy Roberts. E1<'.

-. the bride's parents entertained year on Wednesday, October 7, at -r--
at a reception.The I 823 p.m., following the church Polly Blake Circle
F 0 Station Wagons bride's table was covered, supper :
"Fastback"I with a candlcllKht lace cloth oVl'r' The program was under the direction Has October Meet TOP VALUE POPULAR PRICE -

'63 Ford 1961 Chevrolet pink damask and rl'ntrrl'dl'lth the of the program chairman, At Bryson HomeThe
three tier cake encircled w\h ruffled .
Mrs. R. C,, DuBois, !find was presented ,
Factory AirConditioning. Auto. Trans. $1295 tulle and topped with a miniature In the form of a preview of Polly Bluke Circle of the I i

$2395 V8, ONLY bride and bridegroom slnnd- the year's work by members of Five Points Baptist Church met at '
R & H, Auto Ing under a white wedding' bell the Executive Board: IIlaa entitled (the home of Mrs Curtis Bryson on SunsetPaints
Trans., Extra Clean, One 1959 Ford Country backed with ruffled tulle and lily- "WMU Book of 1'H 4.'Cj. A Amelia Road on October 8, at 7.30p ;
Owner. of-lhe-vallcy. Crystal candelabra!! Look at Things! to Come m. I
._ Sedan holding wedding candles were used! I The devotional thoughts were The meeting was opened by the

1963 Ford Foirlane V8, R & H, Auto : on each side of the cake brought by Mrs John Mater fill- circle th.iirmin, Mrs Put Lyons
Trans. Reduc- Mrs Kent licnshnw served cake)I lowing prayer by biro, W M. willi the devotional brought by
$695Door. : .S
500 ed to ONLYAutMl1'rans I and Mice Franco Little kept the I I Acostu. !Mri Bryson who also read i the

;!- .Tl ll'll, bride's book. Following the program a short prayer calendar I C ., t 1'1'' "oI
1 orvJlr'' lhelbride businexs meeting' was held Circle, 'the) vhnlrmuO 'presliloA. the I ,
? $1695' (: Monia Mrs. D. E. Hall, sister of ; Irnll': all!; I
2 .ooO Actual and Mrs James Nunez sis Two, Mrs. F.d Brlnaon chairman bilfcincss session1 at which i
4-Speed Trans.! i ter-in-law, presided at the punch hid! the most members picsent and of the officers and chnliimn !gave '
Miles! One Owner/t : j Low Mileatre, $1395 : bowl. won Ihe circle count. their reports" which were approvedThe INTERIOR EXTERIOR
Visitors presented by !Mrs
Now ONLY welcomed were Mn. Adrian program
For her dnuRhler'rddlnll..
1963 Falcon Convt. i
Harrison, a new member of Flora starker was entitled, "Wor
6 C 1. j Mrs. Nunei chose an ensemble of the church General Triangle of .% boatel late. Flat Wall Paint
R & H. > 63 and Mrs Minnie Homage ship" The '
Chevy Biscayne I beige linen, worn wllh bone accessories
Auto. Trans! QOC of St. elcrsburg, a former "Grid Self, and Others". These Modern .will beauty' lor livinj, rooms, dining rooms, .539%
Extra Clean $ IO7J 4-Door, 6 Cyl. and a corsage of pink car member' rf this church annul rem- taking. part on the' program were bed reams applies. easily dim quickly to s I
I' nations. : r smooth (lit Imiiti', ChooM from 60 btlutitul, colon.Sunttt -
I ,
Std., Trans. LOv.$1595 I' dent of Fernandlna 8l'01'h.I ho Is Mr. Florence. Carter, Mrs Hittie GAL!
One Owner j
J Mileage, Mrs. Ronslmw mother of the the house !guest of Mrs Lcoln Mae Parker Mrs Pauline Gaines, I f.ml.GIoII Enamel -

1963 Falcon bridegroom was attired In a grey Swearlnecn( !Mrs Hilda Nunct: and Mrs Ruby I Matching' colon in toll semi, gloss shale. for trim. $498
11961 I Volkswagen 1 suit with black trim. She wore The next general program and Eaiteilmg. The members prayedthe I work, tilctMS ltd tulhioom mill. mills aba I
4-Door Sedan matching accessories and pink car business, meeting will be on Wednesday Iord's Prayer' In unison as a lion,smudges and dirt washes oil iisily.tunttt .

6 Cyl., Auto $1495'' Reduced To nations November 4, at 6 20) p.m, conclusion to the program! I House Paint GAL
Trans! One This Low Price $895 For their wedding trip to Clearwater The program Korea, Ready forRl'lllIluua The hostess served delicious refreshments pea, formula ptovidM, nsy application, furnopioot iBilinced

Owner i With No Trade ,, the bride chose a nivy blue Change"( will he presented to the followingMrs: J proltction good durability, plus food color $498
enll'mblelith florul lining. She by Circle Two, the Shirley Lcd- Brynon, Mrs. Barber, :Mrs Easter .ulintion, Choosi tram( 8 populir colon. |

1962 Ford Fairlane ,j 1962 Ford Econo- wore navy accessories and her ford Circle ling, Mrs. nines, Miss Linda A Sunttt, Floor Enamel GAl.
bridal corsage They are at hometo The meellnn! was closed with Hicks, Mrs Carter Mrs. Martha -
500 I I line Van friends ot 10613 Arnez liu.id./ prayer by Mrs. E. R Bounds. livers Mrs. (linulia Hickox, Mrs, 1l : Renew, and beautify your floor, ind Itept with mw I $498
SUNSET Floor Enamel Providni goad protsctionilh
4-Door Sedan, Ideal For Light Jacksonville The WMU ofllccrs for .'11:4: (fj;'> areas Packer Mrs. Ruby Carter, MrsLvms j s subdued gloss 3 popular colors.

R & H, Auto $1395 Delivery or A $1195 : Out of town guests were, Sir. and folluwi,, President, Mrs. J, C. Mrs Put Townnend, and I I GAL
Trans. One Contractor I Mrs Wade Renshaw, Mr. and )"rs. Multayaw, Jr.; Vice President, Mn. !NIMH, Mrs. Veil llluliMk e

Owner. i Low Mileage Kent Renshaw,, Mrs. D. C. Stall Mrs Hoy Key; Secretary. Mrs W. Miss Maijnrle Johnson and Miss

Jr., all of Jjiksonvllle, Mr. and E. Sjiinderson; Treasurer Mrs Sissy Reynolds attended the nur. ___ .11
Mrs. Arthur Hickox, Miss Gwen Herb White, Jr.i YWA Director' scry during! the meeting. | .... T-; 5 yRAICW
Mock, Mrs. Rachel Davis, Rev. Mrs. John Klarer; GA Director. 4.... J

SPECIAL PRICE ON and Mrs. Dennis Carter and Diane, Miss Luc Illc Sawyer; SunlM-am Director ---- -- '
all of Wavcrois., Mr and Mri. J. C Mrs T, S. Lee, Jr., Prayer -- ";" QUALM PAINT
Two '64 Ford FastbacksOne Mock and Lstvr Jo, James, Terry Chairman, Mrs. E. R. Bounds; Mrs. W. F Miller: Circle Four, ;
and Joan, of Blackshear, Georgia Program Chairman, Mrs. R. C Du. !Mri. D. S. Peterson'' ; Circle Five, AT A POPULAR PRICEIO'
Rums; Stewardship Mrs. Jack ll.im- Mrs Don Lancaster, Circle Six, I
64 Galaxie 4-Door SedanIf Cub Scout Pack 352 rick: Community Missions Mrs.1' :'tfr.. Ben Ellcr: and Circle Seven, >Pages of "Ar

W. P. Johnson Mrs. L. C Sipp., Mrs. Bob Frinklm ,
To Meet October 22 and Mrs W. R. Price; Mission Youth Leaders: YWA. Mrs. J. CPaninn int B'oc tJId exterior ,. .
Study Mrs. J. C. G\ Leaden. Mrs. Leroy ,
Bennett; Social ;
You H.i\en't Already Seen The New 196r; Fords Cub Scout Pack 352 will meet on Chairman, Mrs. W, o. Carman. ,McKee, Mrs. James Melton, Mrs, home dictating ideas r '

Why Not Stop Hy Thin Weekend I II Thursday (tuber 22, at 730; pm. Jr ; Children's Home Mrs. W N. F. S, Wilson' Mrs Don llcufncr, "
I In the Recreation Center Game ialphln; Flower Chairman MM. Mrs. Sammy Sayh-r Mrs W. E. w'I1' : II't i nn.i. ll

SEE CHARLES GENE OR CURT Room. Leroy Junes: Publications and Pub Cooper, Jr., and Mrs J. B. New. Stop in f for your copy *. Iaea4.
liclty Mrs. Ike Shiver; Corresponding some,
Secretary Mrs. J. C. h HSJelwoud. Sunbeams: Mn Charles Grant
At K t sac itTHROUGHTHE Telephone Committee I :j'Mri. Willie Watson, Mrs. RnyceLawhornc. ?

I Mrs W. A. Lawhorne and Mrs J. Mrs R V Thornton,
B. lljilduk; Nominating Committee Mrs. Charles Edwards: Mrs. Joe Five Points Grocery & Hardware
LASSERRE MOTOR CO. Mrs. W,, T. Waas. Chairman, Gooding and 'Mrs. Nark HollandTrwJeAtHome ;
and :Mrs. P. L. Lot pelrh. I -----1

OR CALL 261.3819 I Circle Chairman: Circle One, I, I Five Points Your Pittsburg Dealer Phone 261.52051.,1111. ::

j Mrs. O. R. Spainkour; Circle Two, I ,
Mrs, Ed &las.s; ca..le i ..,1


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!six Nelt -Leader, Fernandina teach Florida -Thursday, October 15, 1964! have to be surveyed before the
to the State Road Distribution could take further ac.
t Ross-Wright Preston Withdraws Trust Fund. Wlngate noted that reapportionment lion Henderson! said that he would
Hospital Auxiliary Installs Officers At
I I would doubtless secure the necessary agreements
t Annual Covered Dish Luncheon Tuesday (Continued From PIKe One) (Continued From Page One!) change the allocation as the larger w the matter could proceed..
t .
counties gained more! power unless J. W. lllers Inc. was awarded a
_The.<<: Auxiliary to Humphreys Me. Arthur Wlllyoung, corresponding out and for the announcement dinner Youngblood said that he felt legislation la adopted now. contract to construct a headwall
a Mrial. Hospital held. Its annual'secretary, try. celebration of the new Indu*.I Preston wanted. $500 a month I and In other business the Commission and wlncwall: for the culvert where
It addressed I the If It was forthcoming he would heard a request from Owen Jlend- under the Orange .
twrered dish luncheon Tuesday In Mra. Junck the I I Johnson responded that remain In his present. cspaclty. He erson of Callahan that the county
the hospital dining room with thirporno briefly and nave report for the It Bluff Road.
members present. Guests year, after which Mr. Clarke IPukt'and save him I (treat amount of said that his endorsement of Preston construct and maintain I road lo a
pleasure to welcome tbe new Industry was backed up by the Sh..rHf'1Water site where he plans to build a home.
NT the occasion were Ben Clarke, congratulated auxiliary on
I I here and that he looked Patrol who rendered full. Henderson property fronts on
\kMpltat'administrator, Frank Sny.tter. Its recent membership Into the forward Jr. High-Elementary
I to many of happy time assistance during Hurricane Lofton
chief technician and Emory American Hospital Association yean Read and he plans to build
\ Walker' member. of the Board of The committee In charge of the y Br. t BaY I I association Ross.Wrlght.between the city and I Dora. I his home some 1500 feet from the LUNCHROOM MENUS
IWntecs.Mrs. : ; luncheon was Mrs J J. G. Cooper. le ,r, Wlngaic said that the nerd for a road. Oct 19-13
.' Weodrow! Stewart pnsl hostess chairman Mrs. W. A. Davis (f, H. Ron, Jr., chairman of the civil defense director was Just as ,, Henderson( was accompanied by lulled: Nations Week
president. Installed officers for (ht'l||I Mrs C, B. Brewlon Mrs. Art board of Ross-Wrlght and prcsl. great during a recovery period and Richard Bean Jacksonville contractor .
ewnlag year as follows: Mrs. E. ,',: Wllljoung and Mrs. R. B. Lock. IIl dent of F. H. Ross and Co. also Commissioner Harry Poole cited who cited that the road HUNGARIAN
H Junck serving her 2nd term as I wood. me poke briefly telling of those behind that all government agencies in was necessary before FHA would Monday; Hungarian Goulash but.
president. ; Mrs W. A. Davis 1st I A Halloween motif was carriedout ; the scenes who worked to I the county had named Preston as approve a loan.Commission tered green beans w/dlll and par.
A make this venture I reality and disaster coordinator. sley, paprika corn Poppy seed
Wee-president; Mrs J. J. G. Cooper j In the decorations of fruit and Attorney Thos. J.
!vice-president; Mrs. F. F. i pyrarantha A lovely arrangementof 'hY n k b added hit pleasure at being In Poole added that he was In favorof Shave Jr., upon question by Board rolls ana butter raisin cake, 'i\ Or.
Danes treasurer; Mrs T. H. Cool painted daisies was used for the : Fernandlna Bench for the announ. paying Preston the $500 If he members as to their position salr1 ange, Vi pint milk.
by, recording secretary; and Mrs. '' centerpiece on the serving table. cement. He added that he thought I would withdraw his resignation and that the law reads you cannot build I CHINESE
Ross-Wright's selection of Fernan. remain In his present post a road for a private citizen and I Tuesday: Chinese Curried. Chic.
dina Beach would prove profitableto Others who spoke up In endorsement i cited that such was the case at the ken over rice, Chinese cabbage and
St. Paul's ChapterHas "Church Extension"Emphasis A scene from the movie "The New Interns" which will both the community and the of Preston were Dick Gordon I moment In the matter. : apple salad, oriental peas,.'rolls and

Luncheon At ForPresbyterian be shown at the Ilan Theatre, Friday and Saturday Oc company. and J. W, Batchclor, members\ of It was noted during the lengthy butter pineapple rings, ''A pint milk.
tober 16 & 17 Other from out-of-town at the the Water Patrol and Gordon urird I I discussion that followed that It FKENCII
Hobein Home CircleCircle dinner were John Hlnklc, Jr? secretary that action be taken at the meeting would be desirable for Henderson Wednesday: French Ragout of'
or Ross Wright and Vice on the matter. I and others In the area that such a beef. Lettuce and tomato salad _w/
fet.: Paul's Chapter Women of One of the First Presbyterian President and General Managerof Thomas said the Commission road be cut on through to Lem French dressing French bread and
9U' Peter's, met on Tuesday Debtor Church met on October 8, at Wright Chemical Corp.: John should have time to discuss the Turner Road a distance of some butter canned peaches, .cinnamon
IS, at 11:00: a m. In the homed the home of Mrs Fred McLean ,PERSONALS Wilkes of Wright Chemical Co.; matter further and he was backedup I 4,000 feet from the proposed site of I buns, '* pint milk
Mrs.: F. H. Hobein. with fourteen members attending James M. Ross Secretary of F. H. by Commissioner John Higglnbotham. Henderson's house. GERMAN!!

Mrs Frank Lambrlght devo. The Bible study given by Mrs Mrs V. E. Svlph attended the I John Gregory spent the last weekend Ross and Co.; Bishop F Smith It was decided by the Commission Thursday! Frankfurters / buns,
Ueaal chairman, opened the meet. loa Stores was taken from the birthday celebration of her father with his parents Mr. and Mrs general manager of chemical sales At this point. Commissioner. Poole that the first thing to be done 1 hot potato salad cole slaw chilled
la* book of Ephesians D. Dt'Wilt who was 83 on October I John L. Gregory John who Is a for F. H. Ross and Co; Gosla Eng- cited the nearness of Preston's resignation If they were to consider such I'' pear halves German chocolate
Chapter. Chairman Mrs Arthur "Church Extension" Is the cmphasls 8. Mr. Sclph Joined the family on student at Mercer University has und, I vice president of both com. I i going Into effect and suggested ,'I road would be for Henderson to cake, 'li pint milk
Markham, conducted. the businessmeeting for the month. Mrs. Gladys Saturday and attended the DeWItt recently been pledged. to the Alpha : panleii, Frank Roberts Hans Blum I the CD director be summon secure from all property holders I ITALIAN!!
,. She asked that the women Jackson led In a group discussionon family reunion held on Sunday In Tau Omega Fraternity and Jim Hall of the Jacksonville I ed to the meeting I Involved agreement to the, road Friday: Spaghetti w/seasoned
bring their Christmas gifts for the this subject. Savannah. I office of F. H. Ross and Co; After a recess for lunch the meeting and that deeds to the right-of-way meat bolls green salad w/Itallan
MMe Mental Hospital to the Gen- i The general meeting Is to be Mrs Minnie U. Homage of St Thomas Doss of the Atlantic Na. continued Into the afternoon at would have to be given. dressing Brusscl sprouts rolls and
enl. Women's meeting pa October held on October 15. At this meetIng Mrs. J. C Hazelwond and Miss Petersburg and former resident of lonal Bank In Jacksonville, Char. which time Preston appeared and Then the proposed route would butter fresh grapes, 4. pint milk
M. It was announced that St. Paul's a memorial to be given honoring Martha Hawkins returned. Thurs this city. la spending several weeks lea Barrett of the Seaboard AirLine withdrew his resignation contingent
November 10 Chapter meeting Miss Elizabeth Nolan. day after spending'''a/Veral/ days In here visiting with her many friends Railroad, which will serve on the raise In pay. .
was id be devoted to preparing La Follctte, Tennessee visiting/ I She Is the house guest of Mrs S. K the new plant; A. L. Margraves In the dscusslon that ensued
shrimp In Whitney Hall to be aer. with Mrs. Hardwood's sister Mrs Swcarlnscn. lice president of St. Joe Paper Commissioner W. N Galphln commented .

V4 November at the 14.annual Smorgasbord on Junior HiLightsBY N. E. Lanham. I Friends of Mrs. J. B. Haddock Co.. Ben of Florida C. McGahey.East Coast vice president Rail.. that the Board was In the a PUNT PASS & KICK

UNDA WHITECheerleaders Recent guests. of the J. C. lIazl'l.Wood'i will be Kind to know she Is convalescing road; Leon J. Smith of St Regis peculiar position since It was ,
Mrs' Markham turned the meet. second time Preston had resigned
I elected were his brother-in-law and following surgery at Baptist Paper Co. and E, J. Johnson, Sr.
tag over to Mrs H. J. Scofield who nelce, Mr. K. C. Fowler and Miss Hospital In Jacksonville on Tues and he had the feeling the public
week of Jesup Ga former
arc: Pat Pendlcton purchasing
would want to know just who was
kai prepared a most interesting Irene Ball, co-captain, Beth Stew Martha Hawkins of Birmingham, day. agent for Rayonlcr Incorporated running the Commission. OCT. 17
presentation of the subject for dls- Alabama. art Kathy Piper, Linda White Jan Local of at ,
Mrs John Klarcr will leave Friday guests Ross-Wright After considerable discussion,
evasion from, deriving the booklet her subject"An Out-material Seville, and Jill Seville. This year Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Hamilton to spend several days In At. the dinner other than Mayor Poole made the motion to acceptthe

lie of Christian three alternates were chosen Shan Miss Susie Hamilton and Mra. L. lanta with her son-in-law and Johnson and City "Manager Gat. withdrawal of the resignationand I 9:00 A M.
Symbolism" by
The Rt. Rev. Frank E. Wilson D. Barta, Judy Alday, and Connie 0. Hugglns/ all of Atlanta, are vis- i daughter Rev. and Mrs James chel were City Commissioners L. to raise the pay for the CD .
Hal Bishop of Eau Claire Entimlngcr. Ulna at the Harrison Homestead on Sterti and family Rev. Stertt Is L. Bohannon, Ben Sorensen John post to 1500() per month. His motionwas
The first football game for the South Amelia Island. presently serving as associate mln Tlllakoi and Hilton Kitchens City seconded by Hlgglnbotham and CITY BALL PARK
A deUcloui covered dish lunch- Fernandlna Beach Junior High Pirates later of the Second Ponce DeLeon Attorney H. W. Fishier, City Englnetr was carried unanimously.Rep. .
sea was served at noon with li Thursday, October 14, at Mrs N. W. Wertz of Orangeburg Baptist Church In Atlanta Jim Beard City Finance Wlngate called the Commls-
Mn Ruby Armstrong assisting 7:00: p.m. In the City Ball Park S. C., ion, Richard Moore of Director Clayton Sanders; County loners' attention to the Constitutional
.....' Hobein la serving the eleven W. hope all of you will come and Greenville, and Mri. M. K. Kearseof Mrs K. W. Roblson left Tuesday Commissioner W. N. Calphln; Ro Amendments to be voted on OVER 100 YOUNGSTERS COMPETINGFOR
Mrnberi' present. help us support the team. Denmark, 8. C., arrived Wed. morning for a two weeks visit In bert \E. Phlnney vice president Nov. S and especially urged support .
This week la going to be a week nesday to visit Mrs J.J.0. Cooper Tacoma Washington\ with her and general manager, Container of No. 3, which extends to tho VALUABLE PRIZES
For some mighty fine eatln' of studying! for the Junior High at her home on South Fletcher daughters Margaret Roblson and Corporation of America; F. L. year 2.000 the bond program provldlng .
wMle helping a moat worthy cause, students because six weeks tests Ave. Martha Lospelch, son-in-law, Lace. Jones, Container mill manager; funds for public school constructlon .
.',our ticket to the Shrine Club are going to be given Guests of Mr. and Mrs J. W. well Lotspelch and new grand Lin Baughman, manager of pur. and No. 12, which ex- 8 -13 Years Old
Barbecue to be held November 21 There will be a pep rally Thursday Hicks of O'Neal last weekend, to daughter, Charlotte Ann Lotspelch, chasing and personnel at Contain. tends to the year :9011 the allocatlon Boys ;

Men 1 to I p.m. at the Junior HighSfcqientary afternoon during 7th period In Join In the celebration of the form. I Friends of Mrs John K. Crisp er; J D, Daugherty division man of two cents "Second Gas Tax" l
Cafeteria. the gym We hope all of :you enjoy er's birthday, were, Mr. and Mrs will regret to hear she entered agcr Florida Public Utilities Co.; Will : I
It. Luther Carter Mrs Herman Stringer Baptist Memorial Hospital Wednesday Reed Lewellen president of the Compete jl
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and daughter. Patty all of to undergo surgery this Chamber of Commerce; Louis John T. Ferreira and Robert Fer. jlI
carter No 4558 Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cole. morning. ferreira, president of the Florida relra realtors who handled the
.-',-.': man, Belle' Glade and Mr. and National Bank at Fernandina acquisition of property for the new I
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Mrs. Francis Coleman of O'Neal. Mr. and Mrs Charles E. Kelley Beach; Dean 0. Oxley Circuit Court Industry; and Ray Caldwell News-
.. of Libert, S. C. arrived today to Qerk; E. N. McKendree Nassau Leader editor. LASSERRE MOTOR CO.GIL 1
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Mr. and Mrs. Kent Crisp had as visit her father Col. E V, Garcia County Tax Assessor; H. F, Stone Jeanette Reeves and Betty Can- .
guests last weekend her brother- I and other relatives here. and her ..... chairman Industrial. develop. trell of the Jacksonville office ofF
AT;FERNANplNA BEACH in-law and sister Mr and Mrs mother who la ill In the U. S. Naval .-., ment! committee of Chamber or H. Ross and Co served as receptionists VIZCARRONDO Director
Hospital In Jacksonville Commerce; Ralph Lear chairman at the announcement .
IN-THE STATE 'OF FLORID, Thomas Farrow and Mr. and Mrs Planning and Advisory Board: dinner. .
Harry Wilson, all of Tampa. On Friends of Mrs. Chuck Flennl .
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AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 1, 1964 Saturday the party motored to ken will be glad to know she is
Gainesville to visit the former's recovering satisfactorily from recent .
Published In response to call made by the Comptroller of the son-in.law and daughter, Mr. and surgery at Baptist Memorla A' i

Currency, under Section 5211 U.S. Revised Statutes Mra. Jimmy Ragans and attend Hospital and Is expected home
the "Mississippi-Florida game next week. I

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,. balances with other banks, and cash 'WI'I

.. ..items in process of collection $ 872,451.04 TheGarden I II

United States Government obligations, direct ..

,!and guaranteed (net of any. reserves, I '(1I"l( '1,5,53,891.85, COMMERCIALPRINTING'
Obligations of States and political subdivisions Basket

(Net of any reserves) 1,202,248.87 _
Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves) 3,285,684.55

Fixed': The l Garden Basket's orchids go Ireland. Don't delay longer and I I .
assets 301,855.33 this week to the employees at the I don't become discouraged/: If they
Other, assets 65,292.86 Surf Restaurant who care for the don germinate according to schedule I
beautiful foliage plants which add I Sometimes they behave beautifully (I I I
TOTAL ASSETS $7,281,424.50 so much to the attractiveness of I and again they sulk In the :
the dining area The planters show soil and surprise one by appearing
so much' the result' of guod culture I weeks later. We have had them "i
LIABILITIES that we asked I If .the managementhad reseed themselves on several occasions I I
some special arrangement with so the seed must rcrrnln

:!:?emend deposits of individuals, partnerships, a nursery to keep the plants In top viable for quite a while. A few I I
and corporations $ 3,381,964.15 condition such as replacing them ; plants will sulflce If given good ,
from tlmeto, time which Is how culture for plants can grow large I II
Time. and savings deposits of individuals, we learned that the waitresses I and put on many spikes of bells. ; ."

partnerships, and corporations 1,649,064.76 ,' have the responsibility of tending How about sweet peas? Those I Is A Specialty With Us : I
We talked at to I
them length one
Deposits) of United States Government 64,782.74 I planted within the next month give ,
that In addition
of the girls, learning "
Bepsslts of States and political subdivisions 773,001.25 to keeping them watered she mighty and good produce results.sturdy They growth germinate before .. I f
fed them every six weeks or two
Certified and officers' checks, etc. 5,198.52 months with a solution of one of cold weather yet are not .
large enough to be badly hurt by
formula 'fertilizers and
TOTAL DEPOSITS $ 5,874,011.42 the wiped high the leaves. with sweet milk a severe cold spell, and what vigorous Check your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Business
*-4'a; ( ) Total demand deposits 4,124,946.66 when they became dusty. She said growth they make with the I

..* (b) Total time and savings she thought the strong light from r first temperate days of late win.. Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you ;
l tcr and spring! It Is useless to atI
lot to
deposits the large glass windows had a ]
1,749,061.76! do with the vigor of the plants I j tempt) them however unless one require and if the is low call.
may quantity just give us a
(liter Liabilities 274,969.92 Occasionally they get too large l gives them a rich soil In which to'' I
i grow the well rotted animal man. 'I
M -I she said and must be pI'unl'd.This
1 lure, being particularly rood. Per-
,TOTAL. LIAKIL1TIES $$6,148,981.34 j[ week we Indulged In what snnully I' like the trench method :

"""7: CAPITAL one of our friends call "Road. of planting them. The young plants I :
ACCOUNTS If we have printed for before a phone call will start
you ,
sldla" collecting from along the) don't get as burned from cold winds
Oommon C stock par value per share $25.00; and It Is to the
highway (flowers scedpods and I easy keep filling I
"""'? yot j shares authorized 12,000 grasses for dry arrangements. It trench with the dairy fertilizer they jl our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

... ...No. shares outstanding 12,000 300,000.00 Is amazing how many Interesting like so well.
fingertips of all printing produced in plant.
wlldlings one can find In the flat our
SIOTJQS 700,000.00 .
and often moist areas along the Do your part to help some crippled
.Undivided profits 44,962.22 roads. Of course'the ''conditions for I child. Gel your ticket for the
Indulging In such activity must be Shrine Club's annual barbecue to

lUierVes........,..... 87,480.94 equally right such Interested as congenial In the company project be held November 21. I .. Our printers take pride in their work and you are assur '{

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,132,443.16 which seldom Includes husbands.One PUBLIC NOTICE
:...,:.. ..: ed of
also needs to be prepared for Sealed proposal, Hill be received by a neat, clean and accurate job d da
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL I It old shoes In the car and a pale the Citv Commission ol the City otrernandlna

::::;.", ACCOUNTS\. 7,281,424.50 i il of clippers\ A cool' day helps also. I, office, :of the Bfai City .Minafer.Florid.Cltv at Hull the I I I
i and freshly cut rood shoulders Fernamllnn Benin. Florida unlit 1.JOPM : ii
the tension of watching for EST. October 20.
j ease ohn'h, time ualed, bids will b*9'nJ I
N. Melton Cashier of the alxive-named bank j
:. Zfotnea) I snake This week there were all I and puhlalv read for the '. {.
do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and the fascinating seed heads that one of iiuohire. kerosene. oil, (reiuet anddeel .
fuel for use by the City of or.r
Correct' to the best of my knowledge and belief. day find we correct hope name to tAke for. time out to r.::" ,IS.I: Heath. rlorlda, for he fob! PHONE
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(s) James N. Melton Temperatures'Are boglnnlnit to I (Hid documents Inane specifications may he obtained and, contrail al. 261368626i
be about rltiht tftu(\>w for using oil the office of the <'ity Manager I
"" IrVSr;;the undersigned directors attest the correctness of sprays to clean tip scale on camellia No bid muv be withdrawn far a or

.fhia"( report of condition and declare that it has been ex- plants a range of between for. period, closing of thirty lime dais of after She receipt the scheduled 01blrl. .3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERrue
U&lhett by us and to the heat of our knowledge' and belief tv and eliihtv-flve. Inerv hot The City or Fernandina Beach n. !
weather (old to ninlathlon I
we ate me -
: serves She r..hl to r.JIl'1 t any or all
|"1j "and correct. I and most. gardeners think alit end Mrtd to arerpl the bid. whtrh In I I
make-do does the opinion! of sold Cltv, Commission
a (II) H. F.. PhlnneyfffTftm as a remedy la In the best Intereot i>.r the City of
not do the Job as thoroughly/: as the ernandma Heath. Florida
;Ji t, (s) John T. Ferreira: I oil emulsion sprays such as vokk DAV/) I.ATCHEL
City Auditor and Clerk ,
.1rI'P'! :. .(*) rhurlen B. Norton, Director. Have you planted some Bells of i''II (19

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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida -Thursday, October. 15, 1964 Page Sever

Pirate "B" Team Defeats Macclenny

Sports \\tloW( YOUR +l. fl.f.l.l.tJ.l-l.

Carl RichBY lORiPA' \-
On 50-Yard Run By l: VIJ\TERfoV/L ftT--'

SlantsBY ...,
CIRT: GORDON lon'i B team a 6-0 victory over the and both teams fumbled excessively
Carl Rich svooprd up a Macclcn. Macclenny B team here Tuesday I during the contest which caused ,..t, 'f>ljl... J.t
night In a ralnsoaked football neither team to olfer too many
fumble on the midfield stripe I ,
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and raced the distance for a touch. game. scoring threats, Rich came throuxti CURT GORDON OUR LARGEST AND
down to give Coach George Ty. The game was played In the rain with the 50-yard scoring play with I r _. MOST COMMON 60061
--- -- just forty seconds remaining In the
llrst half. Bubba Williams hnd Intercepted i
the first round of the current The Fernandina Beaih Pirate I "HONKER FLOCKS ( ,
a Macclenny piss on : J I MALE
Adverse Weather Tournament of theFernandina back In action I 'IS A
Championship Fernandina 42 to give the Pirates will be Krldiiv nigh FLY IN'V'FOHMATIONFOUND" i
Beach Golf Association. but Fernandina fumble after a layoff for a week a* thry; : ) I
the ball a
travel to Macclcn> ">n .'rlday; : FEMALE THEft
Extends 1 1st RoundOf gave the ball balk to :Macclenny. '
Don Brown tourney chairman, At this point Macclcnny decidednot night for a game with the Duke I' ; II } 'GOOSi"=
made the announcement today alter to hold 'i to the ball and Rich County Wildcats In a KcxstomConference : ERASE LENGTtI
Golf TourneyThe It was determined a number ol picked. up and raced for the score football game We prediet I .5 Fro: a WING
the matches were not completed, 1 he try for the extra point was not we will pick amilirr victor] I I 1 .. 5PIlEAP OVER
Brown urges that all players gel the scoring for for the lesson, but alter ne plsj '
of the good and that was 1v 'Y,. 5 FUWilGHTAVUAGf
adverse weather past good of fcotbullft I Ii :
the a game
together and complete play by o
the night.The
week has caused an extension ofHELP the end of this week or agree on a victory was the second I i, : I Ali. t 13 1POUNP5
default so that the tourney mayprogress straight for Tyson's crew who won Having a night eft makes i II : ::;.--
Park team rough on country iporu writers ;
oxer a tough Orange "
Brown also reminded all playersIn will something to write about, but w< I II -
last week. The young Pirates : CANADAM10.OCTOSER
STOP j the first round that the losers ol be seeking their third straight next had a B game on Tursd I inight a I I IN NORTH f WEST FLOItlPA FROM
week to keep us alive In th<
the respective matches would aut I ue day night when they travel to>> football field Coach Change; Tyson I I ( TO MARCH RARE

MALICIOUSWOODS matically go Into the consolation Green Cove Springs. got his team out for tin lirst home I i FLORIDA I a UP TO 14,000 WNTH WWAKULlACOGOOSE/
division of each flight and thit Other Pirates playing good games game of the season "Ih'rllOulnll ST MARIOS Nil T'L.WUDtlFE) RtFUSE I (
make for for the victory ere Wayne L'flcl- at Orange Park last weik. ,
BURNING! they should arranges man. David Johnson Bobby Johnson I i FO/D4 6AME AND F4/.' tVJTCX FISH COMMfSStOtfup
inch matches. I l
Kenny Lancaster, David Rod- The big sports Item ot this week
It noted that all players
was efler, Due Buw, Frank Flah\ was naturally the \\oilil' Series o I ( _. -
should check the bulletin board baseball between' the \unkccs ant "
at thc golf course clubhouse Mason Bean Riikv!Bubba Oliver Williams, Serve the Cardinals It miU It tough I'I : : ''I: ll : III the IlrojI'lim111I need In divert
Stcxc Carver
where the tourney sheet is posted for a baseball fan when both of hitfavorite pail of Him hose In other improved
so as to stay abreast of play to I Adams Leroy Durcn and Tom teams are in, (he: serlei lines Ailluslment, piiMiientM BUCCANEER LANESSPECIAL
date and their next matches, Luhnian. I and since that t Is the mtiMtlun ant' !i will Slit iy aieorilinu tu the prsnlnr.Lb .
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we hud a vacation lists week I. outprime + ily level sit the acieiiue diverted
hope was for the series! Ingo The orlKlniil alMment.: eropKiiiil.aiut .
I the lull seven iwmrv\ ; : : 1 ; h crop airetge hlslory will lie !
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PAINT"BEST fir i mulnlained fur ruelt firm lakintf
Last week end was a big fotdbal'weekend ', 'I part In the program/ during thu
for college foulbull In tiltSlate fleciir auieemenl period, and FAMILY DAY EACH SUNDAY
FOR THE SOUTH" of Florida, On rild'iy' nlAht i iGeorilla. I fur on iNlilillun.il Inn >eurs aver
-Tech played \ii\y: In Jo'k.sLnv.lle the agreement ends un lung as the 12 Noon Until Closing
and on Saturday, Floridaeniertalned I land Is Ifuilfil, to Its nprmncil use, -
Fume & Mildew Resistant $ /| 95 ) -
1 Mississippi while FlorIda --- ---

GAYCO -- White Cr Colors "T GAL. State was host to Kentucky ,___ Try A Clarified Ad j.,! 35c Per GAMEBOWLING .
Tallahassee We might add that .
of our favorites came through 0t- -
For Concrete Blocks flying colon unexpectedly I r'
GRANOLITE $425 fr Or 'Wr 1 f
Asbestos Shingles ,. Marcus Rhodcn and Larry Du.I : -

'* I pree football two players former are Micrlenny keeping \ Half Shell ,

fine records In shape In the For Family Fun

INTERIOR LATEX $345 FLAT WALL I circles for Mississippi Rhoden Stale Is doing while a fine I Surf Restaurant I tliIIifl; 1 f

Is the outstanding Color '
for Florida. Both of these bo> Acres From keen Tier OFFER GOOD 'TIL FURTHER NOTICE :
-to have played plenty of ball / PRIVATE: DINING ROOM
our own' Fernandina Pirates FOR PARTIES, rums, 717 South 8th Street Thane 261-5406
I We get Into one spurts Rca I

Gal. Mineral Spirits 45c Gal i, and before you know It, It Is 1- __ ". -
TURPENTINE $1.39 to begin writing about another i I .
are thinking about basketbill '
COMPLETE LINE PAINT& SUPPLIESSHIELt'S I' Coach Wyman Hughes reminded I, '' ,
of his KAC team opening \\'
this week. We will add that (' I 51!
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Hughes Invites all baski tbnll pro* )
GROCERY I seta to attend his practice... I'I.I
dune for a tryout I
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211. ,-- Coach George Tyson and hl I
-- assistant Eart Burch, have a number
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of good-looking fool ball prospects
coming up through the rllllk.for
future varsity action Carl

FERNANDINA BEACH t was night an In outstanding the victory over one the Iiii''I: : ; : : : I

clenny B team. I PRECISION
Last week wi tried to I I .
Coach Tyson being proud of hi .
help with the B team In Coach I WHEEL ALIGNMENTs
Burch but when we read the
Directory Furnbbed By These Merchants and Business Men icle In the paper on Friday It ( '

I ---: cd as though Burch did a good
Suburban"Porcelainize" of playing for the B team. To ; I I I I INCREASES

B E VI IS E I I I ourselves helping make straight the B Coach team Burch click TIRE: LIFE I_I SAFETY
T I IDE Propane Gas CO. stead of playing,Maybe I



'mandln BarMr 7 South 7th St Week of 9/29 I l lt'1 $ 50
LASSERRE MOTOR Phnnf' 2 I.wnCO. : Team Standings Tot. Pins W
Team No. 1 1'IBl! 2 / t
81GB LOW Team No, 3 IKS 2 1 I
T. Team !No 4 17! I
Ph. 261.381' Friday, Oct 16 ,
S. 8th St. Team No.! 2 19V 1
3:52: nm 10:17: a.m. PHOTO SHOP Illlfh Team Game W/lldcp.
4:30 11:00: p.m. Team No. 4 i
: p.m. WeddingsSaturday
Going Fishing? Roll Team NI). 3 Any
Ode 17 Pr"rndna Pnrte.ltsYplt Team !No. 1 t& American Car
U rUm fj App.lnnlm.xt High Ind. 3 Games W/lldcp. : rl ;: : : : I
tlnrOI 4:48: a.m. 11:11: a.m. Ph"'O Only Alice Darling Parts extra,
11t21: p.m. 11:46: pm. lupplttl PA ': 'L Betty Bccton If needed.
Fishing Tackle p"O..A.. Eva Sirmans .:.
Rode Reel Sunday, Oct. 18 Trudy V>rlhey Slight extra chargt for

Outdoor Camping 5:38: a.m. 12.00: N Studios At 50. Ash St. Illlfh Ind. Came W/lIdcp.Eva '' ** cars conditioning

, EQulp.en 6:07: p.m. Phone 261-4586 Angle Sirmans Drew ,!

FIRESTONE Monday, Oct. 19 Betty Bcclnn
1 Rowland's ft failures are V FAMOUS MAKE ,
BEACH SUPPI.Y 6:2-1: am 12:29: l1.m. As of '/D:! Battery expensive
d m Atlantic An 211..2, 6:51: p.m 12:48: p.m. UPHOLSTERY llandicvps aid Averuir; ) Come m for a FREE BATTERY CHECK \ BATTERIES

Tuesday, Oct 20 NEW no COVP'nnlll"OIl NEED OR depose Team No. I Mary Jano HiNon 143 ; before you start your Vacation Trip r AS LOW AS. .. Each,

How Much Will, Your Tn Y"I' ,
7::08 a.m. 1 :::12 am. nll ':l'RE Trudy Northcy 83
SECURITY : Dotty Lewis 72 l
SOCIAL : p.m. : p.m SPAT COYER{ Luxe
R Team No. 2 June O'stccn 137 : l \ "r"'fon Champion
Pay You or Your Fomlly' Wednesday, Ode 21 Mary Bland 86 '
FREE ESTIMATES Isabella Barnlak 81 l \
GULF L1fE'S Planned 7:53: am 1:54: a.m. I Any She
and Deliver\ Team No. 3 Betty Becton 131 NEW TREADS
We Pkk Up
2:19 '
Security Analysis will 8:16: p.m. : pm. Ethel Skidmore 89 : Whitewalls I
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help guarantee thine Thursday', Oct. 22 Porter b Lovequist Team Orene No. 4 Lottie Rowland Rhodes 116 84 / v i t t ll RETREADS ON SOUND TIRE, BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES,

Social Security aenlfits 8:38: a.m. 2:37: a.m. General Contractors Wlnl Smith 115 :; ; | \\

9:00: p.m. 3:06: p.m. SPECIALTIES\ Angle Drew 86 j' FOR
May w. Serve You' W'OnUWORKPA I III 4 Jl949
Friday, Oct. 23 .u; ft ft ..
JAMES F. (JIm) 9'21 3'22: am CLSTON: BUILT CABINETS Week et 10/1 / '' '

RYLANT 946:;: am pm: : 353;: pm: : KITCiIRN;REMODELING AI: RATH Team Buccaneer Standings Lanes Tot. 4187 Peas W 4 ; Plus fu and 4 trade-In tires ol tarn sire oil your ear

P. O. Bn 119 Complete Showroom Team I 3m 2
Phone 261.3813 tins' CounnJ For Color Coordination Team 2 4028 4
CHit a GVa lIuYl1 Team 3 3831 2 l
Gulf Life Ins. Co Phone 261-3068
meb Team Game W/IIdrp. 'riMont(" :
Buccaneer Lanes v.
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FUN IN THE SUN lr-] June IIIlIb O'Stecn lad, 3 Games /IIdl'p.. '' 4 FERNANDINA. BEACH

AT FERNANDINA BEACH hallC'lIe Eva Sirmans Barnlak ::!! I j1.t" '.

_'FlSIIIXG BOATING SWIMMING IllJcb Jane fnd O'Stl'l'n Game W/11.1" .. -.. .GiI 118 Atlantic A,.. Phone 26M482!! '

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4 1964 PONTIACS BUICKS; Garage Apartment PUBLIC NOTICE I INOTIf PUBLIC I NOTICE sue Dont use towels IIr toilet ait quilts and aspirin or nose drops to

WANT AD RATES 1961 Furnished Unfurnished I Board of Health ivIes bclonilii lo Infcttcd relieve discomfort Antibiotics
Bonneville, 4 door $13jO; or 'K: TO ( HI IIIIOKS I MITIIr Or I'n'TFNTIIS"l. : | ptr help
.05 word .70 mtalninm 1962 Biscayne 2 door 1195. HOKIDA *T Ul imIV TO MARK AI'IM" I.II'AlltlN sons only if i implications set In.''
per TilE tOlKT 0.' 11.... e l>l' Card of Thanks, sluUM. Harper Pontiac Buick, South Two room apartment furnished NAKHAI lolNM'. tLOR >\ STATHM Urges ImmediateFlu Dr Slurp said It Is /mlvlnublf tocoiiHiilt

aid NmUar Notice Eighth Street, Phone 261.4147. trfr IDA IN PROIlATt IN COIKT Or Tilt ('IIINT" the fatuity phvsltiun/ <1111 ".\ larson will kill himselfquit
H. F. Suhlman In rr, titii ifH.IAIIETII JUKF, NAS4U ( OINTl hrtlr 'ki'r hv tlvrreuting than by
13 per word 'I." mlilmun 015c : ; NOLAN:. II,.(.pj.odTn (>!._ HIIKIDA. I IN IKOIIMr:. shots, especially If you think >'puu reIakInn
281-3365 All irrdllort and 1'1'r.''IH luilnirialmi In re the ritnte ofT I Immunization cold If )'Oll me, II's too ouruirklnu but he'll have a
Cal) 261.3686 or 2613687 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH home with or Drmandi Aaln.l, Said El e"R"TI 5'. 51i50.EflO: I'reaued. lute bttausc Inmulallim ulur exposiirc bItter\ time clulnil It." Olin Mil.

or place ad at office caiport Shaded lot with beautiful tale: Whom II i Man tonrrrnN ;: I "'r. Kolllnil Fork (Miss"> Deer
MISCELLANEOUSDOBBS You and such of you ,ire hereby no I ,,"lice, .u hereby m\en lint Vcrnn \CKSON\im; ; : InChu'n7 Is uNI'lns."There' .
511 Ash Street trees Low down payment Last lifted and required In present any Mae Wilkes filed her final rcpirl anLxeculrlx I Creek IMInl
house on left, North 19th St. Call claims and demands ,huh jou. or ,, of 59 ertulee. I M.irv C casts. in Horlili I me ninth |looser no specific I trtalmrnt
either of you. may h 1\e ,,galnit the I Ie.lal' I Sneers. deceased: thuS abs flied her than last! year foul I lie suite Boird for flu," he said "If you Ml It,
261.5343 after 700; p.m. 022c TREE SERVICE 16 years ol Elliabelh Nolan deceaied petition for tlnil discharge. and 'that I I'rlnlll1lIrum/ seals or stampswas
Licensed and Insured late ot laid' Counu l' I the CountyJudge ih* oil apply' lo the" H,,n',rahl* J E of Htiillh/ tiidiv null) anvnne mid consult you physician and tike' tare I |ntlUrd In China as early aitlu
FOR SALETWO experience of Nanau Ccu-m; ; Florida, at I Wenlherfird. County Judo nf Nil Ing sin\ It should In' Immunized Immedlatilv .
650 C.C. TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE of yourself because It could turn I (rillh ir sixth century of the
I' Call collect 3j3 2415. N5c hit office In the court t n 'use nf laid lau County Florida on too Bin d.iv
1961 full race engine $300 cash. ------ County at F ern..n din.. l each. f'olda.wllhln of Nov.mber. 11184 fir npprnval ifinme IH'cause it takes two Into pneumonia. Btst triatmnit Is I {hrlall,1I1, ira but printing was not
nix calendar months' from .the and for final dli 'hirge aiEneculrlx weeks to mnilli fir thtm to become .
STUDIO COUCHES each Phone 261.3420. After 6pm., call NOTICE: DIAMONDS: ARE a girl'sbest time nf the first publi ,it,ion of this of the CoLlIe of M,irv LR I tifeill\e a btd rest, good food, plenty of II. Introduced to the. West until 1438.

makes double bed. $8 each. Ph. 261.5569. 015c friend For (he tost In diamonds noli c.. Two copies, if .II'h claim or "gen. deiemed on IbIs tth diy of ------ ----- -- --
I demand. ih ill be In wring and ihall Oitober. 1 Ht4 Last \ein' IIMT 7.0H( ) cases had
to Roblbons Terms
2hl 58'8. 015c : go slots. the ph uciofre.iteni'e' and pout 1.1 VerSa Mi Wilkes I him nptrlul' loon Hit first 10 I
----I 14 OLDSMOBILE IN: available. ODe offte, addreii of the ..ilnmrl and Verna Hue vikciFxecutrix ; :
4j7 FOOT CHAIN\ LINK WARRAs.1 hull be morn to by lie I mint, his i.f the ml ilo i'f minllM I nminst t loot| over 2000 HillMar
Fence TV $900 cash $1.000
Two walk.In gatei $230. Call I for equity. 2127.00 )NESTLE COLOR ':\ TONE; ; 6 bv sIlent a .filing 0 attorney f esotons'p .mil d."II jiiompanled.ir and u,ell I A'bin tT'h''m: C onI"J .'", flctvuMMl. I 358 In nil' :It 11;Is I l'i(2;:(: :ihue:::;: were;that 12 the,. Ii I
casu lllllit'ilIilll't
Gary Bunch, 261.310$, 015p $75.97 month Call 261.3601. OISp weeks Hair Color; Rinse conditions claim or demand nnl ,i' filed shall be Atlnrn.v fir .Fxnulrlx | Now
I. I as It colors.Pt beauty void HIS Atlantic Avenue I ininihir if'C ('U'I" will jump by the i
lucy T Nil in F.rndudlna, Deuh II rldi .
end uf this
IIODADSWd CONVENIENT LOCATION I N bargain at TilE VANITY SHOP. A peve,',,fur nl I I lie Lout Will 4t l t1l8. IS 22. 21 \iurDr

N. suit See R C. Brooking, 251 I JACKSONVILLE, 3 bedroom Phone 261-4686 One: ond Tentnmeit N'.t.ite'eiioed. rEllrabelh -- PUBLIC -NOTICE I IHOTI'E ) HIP. (;blood's Inline::::; ::: 1 Itiireuu M 1 titans:: of:>. Picvitriable illuitorof :! : ::::: I

bin Like new, good for win. house, large Florida room hard I PINt publication O, 1"l,c-r I liIb 1104 ,
let surfing $8000 013p wood floors. many extras. $300.00 FLOOR SANDING; and refinlsh 4t IMS 22 211 113 I'MVM I II Til KlinNAMF I Dlsiusm mid II In espidally, '
-I ins Floor tile Paul E Hanson : IAN I i InipiiiUiit I Im"' cloSer! "person lt> IIUM

SCUBA GEA9 I down $60.00 monthly Call 261. Phone 261-4609. tic PUBLIC NOTICE Nitlee In hereby Hen thut" the, un I flu xliuls AppiiixiiniiUly/ tlini- :
4174. dcnlined In rlilllun
One single tank, 1 double stage Obc ---- -- ROmE H! HEREBY IVFV: thill Name Slitule punuunt H,,u.e 1)111 Ni. 1175 quartern of all flu iluilhs oel'ul'' REASONABLE PRICES

regulator! fur sale $70 Good buy. WILL KEEP CIULURFN by dayor An order dated On .her 12. 1KM) lu.s Impter Ni 2f1"SI." ; L.R'" i ol' Hc.rulw stIllIng< |rsiuiH mill" 'r 5 StIlt over 65
SHETLAND PONY with bridle and been l issued bv the sod h'rum coed anlh 11)41. will creator' with 'Ihe Clerk il' .
See R C. Brooklns 231. N. 15th saddle Amelia Road. Phone 261. week Expcrlcnetd Large!! ,nrl'ln$ the name of the Oil Screw tin C ir'oo It Court in mil f"r N.Saab"a Immiml/ullin, U ispulilly Important
St 015p fenced yard with play gym. Ph. DOLORES: BELLE II "III,'lit number C< unty. lInda UIH.n rei.elpt i,f ponl also, for linguanl winmn and
.._ 3817 022c 261.3989. tee 267(103 owned by H)1SON CASEY if of publlrntim' if this n nice. the fie' persons who have chronic debilitating for
which rrrnandlna Hcuh. |1'1. In the ttluui' nume In 'wll |
BOAT & TRAILER BEACH PROPERTY fur sale Also home fort to be chanted to CHUCK, IKMAS OCF.nY I II I diseases
See Gene McCall at Point : MACHINE Under which I am' md In buil
five ). NOTICE ,
lots A.LUCKTHOMAS { GettIng a flue shot diesnt
100 x 140 at Amelia City. II!, HALL I reni, guar.
behind Courson Grocery 015p Call Howard Hammond. Phone and refrigerator repairs Cullafter Deputy Cilleit cf Customs1srnandtna 1 I im ennmcd In boniness on Dlutk anIon that you won't cull'h I Iho disease $(>(1JlIIItf'pflt ('((

BU-K --usedJ 261.3733. tfc 730pm; to 7:30: a.m. 225. 1I..h. Florida rock Rood Vulec. Fl"rlda. he said but II dill's help leisrn ,
: BEDS less than I liilercnUd In I
": one 41 21), IH That lbs only pinto
year $75. Call 261-5908 after 8 5294. Call during day at Milliard iOLl522: mid l busitorns enterprln Is Irma G.I your ihinuiH Also It In thought

Brick Home In Pirates Cove B45-38J3 tic I "Y.I. that being Inixiilnltd lit'IPS make
p.m. 015c PUBLIC NOTICE It 1019, 22 91 and III I tfnvilaftontaif
THREE BEDROOMS two full any contracted case milder CPedtlti'9
Eoio T&ANSFER The batiis. large living room with FOR TAX I IFS. !> PUBLIC NOTICE 'Viruses limit'run changes year

agent for Joplin Piano will be fireplace, birch paneled Florida MOUS help with your Box drink.838 .... lit II. r..KNOTICF WEN. that' IN TIIF <'llU''lT I rm HT. KOI RTII : by year and a vaitlnc that was cf.fptthc .
here next 10 days to room dining kitchen Ing problem !' last mlulit nit be cf.fectlve .
arrange room gar. Joieph Rlcho the holder of the 0,1.I JIDKML CIRC IT Ol year !!
moving and financing of this fine age and storage area Glass sliding Cit? or Phone Jax El 6-7700 low inn certificate boo filed laid certlflcatei 1 IN AND FOR NAHHti next year," Dr. Sharp laid

ipinet to local people with good doors from Florida room and I thereon for The a eerlilKae ton deed' numbers to be Inued and JUDY IN CH""I'ERY.FAY HILIIANKH ChIlE, tLORI"1 "Hence Its Important to wt ynurshot

credit. To Inspect without obligation dining room onto large covered Wanted yean of I Inuanre, the description cf" each year. Also, avoid persons

write: Wholesale Dlv 135 patio Central gas heat, kitchen Help the property. and the nun" .. In whichIt v. who cough or sneeze or spit any. I .;:JUIJOfl JlrelJlt'JIIJ
wai aliened ire .. f llowiCertificate ( ENE RAY ntLIIANKS,
Simpson Dr.,' Rome Ga. ClIp with all built.In equipment. This No 1 13:' Vest if Imumic . where cxctpt Into a disposable tls.

Is not a pre.cut home. See at loon I NOTICE: or SIlT
SPECIAL 48" Chain Link Fence some Descrlplon of Properly Rl,H'k 149 Lot THE STATE OF FLORIDATO PUBLIC NOTICE I All Styles Ard Types Of Engraving
2657 McGregor Blvd. or phone general garage!! or ..tall on helper aoeft.of N64ttof6'ltyofSer'nondlna t FNE: : RAY VMLIIANKS,
with 29c lln ft
I posts per 261.5222. nc experience. Full lime Apply In B.ach. 0'0 Mri Lillie I Will)ink.. I." tsaR llR4It IT ('11I HT Hit RTIIJI '
Will Install Free estimates, no I Name In which aliened Nelson WII'I 14090 P.ocluril.., Ln Piunle Cullf UK IAL <>r "'" .011 iliA. NAHHAUtlllNfY
down payment. Call 261.5063 to. person. at Lasscrre Motor Co. hams. Fernandlna licuh, t ,I You are hereby Milled that a lull IIOHIIIA IN ( II NCI\IIY.: ,
DISc All of laid property be no In the has been filed against In meabove PFTPK IIDHLAHINO and KlllNBHUHCAKINO
day. Coistal Fence Mfg Co. ICe FOR RENT County of Naiiail Stale of Fli>r da, : entitled CIUM: t1Iroh pta: bit Wile, 'WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE UNE OF
tint' enssuc h rertlflc or Clrlll! are hereby required ,In file ruse an. Plaintiffs,
i963"'PiYMOUfH'mu: : pay. NEEDED AT ONCE: Full ur part hall be redeemed nciordlni to i I iwer with the Clerk nf this Court 'VI. ENGRAVED
liMe man or woman to serve law the properly deicrll In iw'h and 'to serve a copy thereof upon tl aPlaintiff No 3S81
merits of $60 month. Phone 261. 5 ROOM FURNISHED:
APART. certificate or certificate sill| I be .,,.Id or Plaintiff Attorney, SIDNEY IIAI1RM,
5960. 015c MENT. 432 No 3rd St. Phone Watkins customer In trnandlna to the hliheit bldderntlhseourl, whnne name and address In: 11.nd.nl. LETTCRlIHAnS BUSINESS CARDS
I' 261-4945 Beach. Good Income No Investment has. door on the first M nd.it in Thomas II. Hall I NOTICE of. mir '

30 HORSE; EyiMRlDE, plywood 015c Set your own hourt WriteC. M..nth 2nd of diy November of November. 1111I4. ohcli I 1"84. lithe Attorney 11 Noclh'north at I Law direct THE MIUNt.Y STATE O IIAIUtIS p FIUHIUATo "ENVELOPES SOCIAL STAff NERY t

boat, fiberglass bottom. Both for FURNISHED APARTMENT: for R. Ruble Dept 0.2, P. 0. Dated this tth day of October. 1194! fernamllna Bench I'rlda I | Address t'l' k town

$200. Amelia River Fish Camo rent. 14 So 7th St. Call 261.4689. Box 2447 Memphis Tenn 015p Clerk of Circuit/./ Q Court 0 Oxley of I not bIer. A." Ihun D IWHIf the. allIs day of Ocliber has You been are filed hereby, against notified y.ia thou RIUNtY a lull:

tic tfc Nassau County Florida you fill to do 10 Deere Pro HARRIS In Ihe above entitled mine;
DOMESTIC HELP wanted Black. 41 108 15 22.! 20 Tinleiio 5'ill be entered 'II"ln.1. yon I and that pounce hereby rxnulitd to See Samples At
for She relied demanded In C mpl.liiiThe
rJ.EXALUM CUSTOM MADE FOR RENT 3 BEDROOM furnish rcxk Rd. Call 261.3998 after 6 file your .war with the Clerk of tIlls
I natudlv or aid sail' beinj fur .
Court and I thereof
Venetian blinds measured and PUBLIC NOTICE .... oservanrupy
cd house' 2105 South Fletcher. p.m. 013p I uimn' th* plaintiff or plnlnl ff' it torrey .
installed Wide r.ill.:1)1) colors Call 261.3228.. 022c NOTICE OF IVTFNTIOV WITNESS' my hand and the seal nf I' whoi* nan and adilrrm UMAHON :
the laid Court Firnindlnn BeachNauau .
I PORTER LOVECJUIST[ Color SELL KNAPP SHOES full or part I TO I OR MAKE FINAL APPLICATION DISCHARI I Ciumy,at Florida. this Slat I 108 Baymar tt STRATFORD llullrllngickimvllle JcrnanVmaHlcacli! Kculs-Icaher:

Center, Phone 261-8068. tfr. LARGE FURNISHED APART tihie Earn $25 to $150 a week on FLORIDA STATUTE (loon I of September, MM 'I U' Hurlila 32209
and bonusSteady IN COIRT OP THE COINTY SEALI DO O7t.FYCLERK ",,,IIMt.. than ISIS day of Novmbr
210 ATLANTIC AVENUE. Lot nIne37'.h i MENT. Near town. $50.00 month. high: commissions i JLDS.E NASSAU COUNTY, sTAnCOF OF CIRCUHT cOURT I A D, 1IM4 F/lItNS; Il:400fl I : I; ,ll5'ftd7I ;
ly Call 261-4976 nc year round business I H.6miA: IV PROBATEIn THOMAS, II. HALL If you fall lo do to. deer*. pro con
100. Liberal terms Equipment furnished free Writeto re Fitale ol All rnev for Plaintiff I femo will be entered a(.ilnit you fir I
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS six rest- 4 sic.. William Hirnei, Deccurd II North rmirlh Street the relief demanded In she complaint
CLEAN WELL: fur. Wm. E. Pierce 730 N. Hvor
EQUIPPED Fernandlna Beach, Florida
dentlal lots, each lot U4 x 136'i' nlshed apartment Suitable couple Orlando, Fla 015p I Te Notice All Whom li hereby It May given Concern that lunik: 41 __ i!4. in I I. II. I 11 I Sun The f..Suture r Detlurat of laid DeirreW1TNFM lull beIng. for I We Represent One of the Largest and Best

Some terms only. On Beach Year round rate.. I 8 irons fink filed her final rspunt aa my hiinrl ur';1 II,. ..al ofa f
Mizcll 200 Law Exchange nlnlntnlrlx of' the estate of OxrurMlliam PUBLIC NOTICE .ild Court Bl Firrnndlni Heaihr I
;By ownw I I In The United State
:: Engraving Firms
No Pets 255 S. Fletcher :
I \ Borne, deemed; that ihe rlda tin* Uth day uf OU' bar, A UISLALI
Bldg, Ave.022c WANTEDMIDDLE 1 filed :her petition: ; ; for final i dlnthiiriie: IN Ilir': IRMIT, COIMT III1IIF' i4l4 I

Jacksonville, Fla, Telephono l and that she will apply to th. H"n. HH. RTII JUMCIAL I till Ilr 01till. >: n 0 OXLEY II
: STATE ias" l 5.lR5tst. IV
,I orable J. E Wcatherford County Clerk of Circuit L'mrt. I
355.202]. ttc McCranle Apts AMI FOR NASSAU till viy IN 41 .
AGED WHITE WO\I: \.1: Judge if NassaU County Florida on I lIONS: PRY I No. 1019 n Iff III
ale ness
ONE UPSTAIRS, 3 room furnished wishes domestic work, or childcare I the 20d day of November, l:1504' fur ELIMIIfcT LLOtU SILKS -
NICE LARGE LOTS for sate approval I of iarn* and. for final dli
apt Redecorated. One single bed Call 2C1.3381. OISp I chime ai Admlnlitratrlx of me en .. laliilllf' ,
Good teims One_ quarter mil one double bed Inncrsprlng tote of Oscar William llarnei. deceased w.

South of Five Points on Amelia mattresses Private bath. Utilities HOME FOR THREE KITTfcNS: No on this lIStS day of' l Scplem lOONY LEE ILFI, ISo'fdldjlllNIITIIF I : ':

Rd. Call 261.5121 tfr Call Lola Haddock 2U. bee 1101i! I (IF StifTIlE :
washing machine hot and I Besnia Barnes Fink MINWASH
!! !: Ol I IIOIIHM
bath. cold water furnished $10.00 week 4479 after 6pm. OlJc: Resole Imlnlilralrix Barnei,. FInk Tl> JOHNNY LEE I.ILKSP .1
BRICK 3 BEDROOM. one of the ( taliof
Also Beach rentals winter ,. O thou
OversIzed lot. $13,250 with generous Oscar William IKmieirtcceaiied N..rlh (.hi rlesl".n. 8 ,uth Ci r ,Una
For Information call W I. MeCranlc I ; You ,re hereby n"'.III ed II ul null
terms. Found Alhln C Ihimpinn. JrAt
261.4&12. : .irnev fir Administratrixllifl HUH bei'ii fled. ugilnit. vm In tie. I MillWASH'j
Atlmtlc Averrue ilive, .nllll..d I colons. and Hut yuureterHv ,
WANTED: A VETERAN TO I tuuM A l'LttK: ) OO JU ern.indina Heath, Florida rcq.,Hred to file' Your .n

BUY 4 bedroom homo for $7.. PRIVATE privileges ROOMS Reasonable- all Convcn home ease your Clirlslmas shopping! II I 41 __ I Is-I I. I. IS 22 I t.Owen, nerve"Ih 8 the.oPy elects. tt.eroo.f.5 this C u"ne'ii" 1 ondt. /,

tine Shaded with corner low,lot down payment -lent location-Call 261..-4703.-022c at problems Rob son Select Jell rlry now Store easy- linns ODe PUBLIC NOTICF Or1 NOTICE INTENTION': "l'l 11111I1111 Alh'n'nll..a C or IIn\'rho", 1'1 mpiun ad II Inllfl'"Ireaa, Jr.AttorteyAIl.uw .In. .AtIorooyWIOOu' :'j i OOcWill@[}!] [){]

tSr:! ft FURNISHED COTTAGE, 3 rooms .;....- Tn :MARIe APPLICATm" ,
and bath. Electrically equipped.
CLASSIFIED I t''rnn'IOnIl I lleach Florida
Five Points Three bedrooms. 2 Lone Oaks Call 261.5066. tfc II" COIRT or "A..WJEJjCOI'f\ nit liter Ihm veinl.ir iiih, Ml/ _
baths, dec. $14000 with FHA DISPLAY I JI'Uf,F. NASSAU COUNTY STATEOF If you f 5.05.I ti do ai. Lincre trConleM .
will, h. entend'C .inst you '
terms ONE: FURNISHED beach apart. I I In re HORIIM the Estate of IN PRODATfc I t'or 'Ih* relief demanded In she Cum 1.- : 7WO WASHERS fti OHt

ft ft ft ment for single or couple Phone :+:+:+,,..x..x"',..) I IIARRIFTT It. WOOD, D........ plaint "'' "
nilur uf said suit being I lie
'200.00 down, $57 montH buys ma. 261.4944. tic To All V horn It May Concern: dlv 1'h'ir,'ewlTNrSS WITH '4? ; -'
I Nntli .li hereby
lonury. three bedroom! home CHARLES M. I'V. I given thut Harry mv hanoI and tin seal| ifunil
if linnet filed hi. flout
repeal HIFwutir .
C I .it I erir ,n Imj be ichNIHSI MINI.WASH'SYSToI
FOtR ROOM downstairs, furnish. of tr our
ft solute if Barrel, \ IIWo..d. .
C in"Iv. rl rilj. Ilia JUh/
John T. Ferreira SOB ed apartment Phone 261.4Mj. COOPER MOTORS I ...n deiejHed fir ftnil; discharge Ihlll h* and filed thut hlipctiil day "f ci.let" her. I w,1.l lU All normally\ .h4vMi. .hUt. ,

Broker tfc Sales Fir ,( re W"Ulh""IOd.will apply COUNty In th. H Judit"n,,ralile,,f J Mai t' I"0 () Ox()lev 0X1. Lloik'.,FYI if. Ihe Circuit 4.DIc.t.l ) fokrfti,' llnf.rl'..
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108 Atlantic A'.. Phone 2(1-1571
I III and t IT Ndmau CII"'y'
TWO 2 BEDROOM APTS lau C<,unty. 11"rlda. on the 3rd duO C..u,1 .hu, iocklni' c..M be
<,f N,ouentotr, I IIHI4. 'ft r Mpp.oval I 0' M I'oul..5 I urlh Judicial Circuit
garages Apply 723 N. Fletcher ValiantBarracuda .ma and f"r final dluharge an bxe. tf I I'I"rila' woih.d automatlcilly In 0t .
BEDROOM house Ray.
TWO on Year round rent Phone 261. t'tt'r if tie (Hint* of lljrnel. atWn'd Alhln C Itui rifo..to i .n. Jr. Eltctrlc'i n" minMurovtxb.

.n Rd. Large lot Terms arrang I diieiied on this lit day uf Allon.'y I f". r 1"1111111 ,. .If works wW. Go!' PIHr.
tee 3218 tic Oi'tiler, loll, :IbIS A/.IIII"/ Avenue .
td. Ph 261 5421.
---.--- Plymouth Mirrv V. MeugnMFxe ?'er00000 loll.. !lbe.oeh.> f 1"lfl.1.,1,,I, N. n. E. system r.....,." MlcltlY.
HIRER ROOM ttRMSHED: ,'ul,,r ol' th* *at,,ta if. 41 12
Ib. l
apt. big 100. rtWrtof' .
Egans< Meadows ll.irnct II. Wind. denatcdThill r d .
TWO 3 BEDROOM I HOMES: 407 Cedar S{. Phone 2615836022c J. chaos. Jr, Ally TRADE AT HOME I' .r w.thli j .cl..... Truly .

$10000 down. $35 monthly, In. I l 5) Year or 50000 41- ---10.1.- 8. 1). 22 II. waiktrt in eec| '- .. <%.

eludes taxes and insurance
Warranty NOTICE
Year round rental Utilities: BEECH & 14th ST. n that puriumt to Ch inter. I'4 "I"ridn''
fOUR. LARGE shady lots at Five furnished. $57.50. 630 N. Fletcher. I Phone 261,3003 Statutes. IIO1. the HEREIIY following. describe IHVE'f.; .d land ,in N.,..au Ciuntv F""ld.1II Cycles 2-W.th T.mp....
Point,. If you desire, we will he (ffered fir ill* at public outer '."' the highest, and I.rote,.Is hid ul .
build for you. tfc I I Will Trade Boat, Its Nirthirn. (front) door of Me i,).jnlv t,,urlh'iu.e. FernllndlnB Heicll. Big 12F..Uy'' Wash C..
Fl"rldu. beginning al 11:30: o'\lotk A. M. on 'the 2nd day .,f N vn Iwr"
fr UPPER DECK APTS. : Trailers or For Almost 1'.r.4: paced

804 Stanley Drive TWO PRIVATE ROOMS private I Anything That Doesn't ell No Aug Ilileau of rtf2nd. .1917 1,,((1 HIS I HI 11..I.n..n 1..wn I-f, ('rnwftrl. Famous Aeliyaler Waihiny

$.300; for $1500 equity, Take up Pay. entrance and bath. Two apart. I 44 July 2nd lu.io ....II 111 I IIJ2 T, on if lens 'turd. ..

monte 3 bedrooms 2 baths meats with TV and utilities furnished Eat.PUBLIC I Io m Aug ,> 4th, 1141tth Ul SHI! T'.wn if rrwf"r4 Filter-Flo* System
71h. 1.17 Iou if l..r..d.
:M heptKt Isne' Lit n
ftCr Reasonable until May H 0 00 U = 0'0. 0 :+' Aug 4th. 11141 Id 711 Tmn ..f Cruvf.,rd Detergent Dispenser
11CT No. Fletcher Ave 13. tfc I J7 Si-pi 7th. 19:11I: Lot 718 loss lot l Cr...f-.rd
$350000 Completely furnished NOTICENOTICE 40 Aug IB}] let 7W Tons n if Craftr1IM "
81 Auil tin 1U40 S7I' T.nn uf CrsotirdK
.* Vacation Apts INIIFR FICTITIOll i iI 40 Aug 2nd 19172rrd '" .
TTTn f'rdIit
210 So 14th. St OCEANFRONT APTS. Completely NAME 41 Aug 1937 I U "I C.....
'NlhMI I 8* Aug 5th. lItjoSI ,HOT. T..wn if ('rj' firilIxl $ 95
furnished Day, week or month Notice li hereby given the undenlgned
extra nice
2 bedrooms 2 baths, .... erunif..rdL"t
I pursuant to the Flct,tlnui$ 1 Aug 0th. IsIS' ) Mil T n if
yard 12500.00 584 S. Fletcher Ave. Phone 261. Mama Slutule". Chapter 1'1"' 2'''' 1. I 1'ifl' July lit. IM1 OtIS: T.vin if' Tra..f ,rd 229
5878. tic Law of I1 1,,nda IIHI. .. amended. by 04 June lit 1W3 ll 1 HIT. wn if Crav.f.rrtI
fr ____ Chapter No 2RTrU/ LUV.I of Flirldal")5l 48 June l>t IMS mm 1o..n of Crswfird A. Advertinvd'
No. S Han Circle, Forest Hills i I being. Seitm, tnnit/ Fl..rldi 4a June lit IIH.un L.J (:.12 T.,.nnsf'reu t..rl
3 bedrooms, Florida room, NICELY FIRNISHED DOWN. ISI.luIOi. Hill re. liter with the Cork : Sec. 14 Top I IV. RKI2 In Life
bcaUtl'l STAIRS apartment Desirable of the Clrcu, Court in and f..r N fully landscaped yard $ I I II IN H.i 24
au Flf rlda receipt of I flit 14 Tap
down assume payment $93.60 location. Garage 261.4227. If!'. I oPI1Ibl::: ; if upon this nolle.. 44 lit ISle Lid Ml Ton.. n ,of c.u..r..d !

lbs flctitloua name. to.wlt'harI.s Sec 14 loIn IN Rgenl 24
per month '/fV UNFURNISHED: NEWLY DECOR. l' M Cooper M'llnrf 14 June lit lwJun 1.01. 741. 147 Town uf I"M.'o.d. I
CONTACT PETE ISGJiC' Under we ar. en gad In I 15 lit IM* Inl 782 Town C.a'ord
ATED apartments for rent. Call h hu.ln.M rl:1 South 14th Street Inth 41 Join lit 11411 Lot 5550 TwIn of C..wl.d
Salesman ;: 281.33-7 tfc citv of Fcrnandlna '"-,.h.. FlorIda 4a July lit IM LJ| 751 Town of Crawf"rdIM i Grocery & HardwareAt
L. L. BofeaniMM That the purtiei. Intereited In 41 JulY lit. IMa TT.n of CruwlirdlAA : }
: I
aid bumneai' enwrvrlie" ore a> t1 July hI. lIsle : WU nf ('r.iafielI I
Ret Real Estate Broke r II July/ lal lass lot Oil Tn..n uf' Cra..,fird
13 North 4th Phone XU-U6f Trade At Home "charlei M Cooper or Luella .10"1 D O Oxley I FltfWnti Phone 2615205N

owe solicit Llstlags o. Borne adAcreage" 'nn* Cooper, his wile 1\01'I O.. ( ,em Cinu Court lorida ., \
manes tots by In* enlirenn H..AII Counly t
40; !k-24 ID'1, I, 13 --..... ,.,.---.- ., IU,8, U, 22. 221 I -

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tiews-LettJer, FHnaju5iriftav&&cH, 1 IVUda-'ihursiisy, Ocroter 15, 1964 i
-.' .- ._ -- -. --- .- .
-- -- -
f I'lh nfl p'nrlinlryaIInn1p' ; 1,,ll'lr' !{ Illlrlltl; ppirtll'gg, COPELAND Pickle, Olive, Llvtr Ch. Bologna Lunch ..: !
Too Late i i t! l li I i I u s. 9ti'
llf' Elljhl
i ?!i'I+111nE,{ I I ; :, !i ; !,lll!111'1' I liili, Meat 2 :.01 491 INePECiD '
f To Vt D s;
Classify y : q ', i1l j j Der AriMiEirt ofrrn '
; ; ; RIG 39. PLLSBURV CHOC.Frosting or CAKEnll'i
Growing! planti and flower wu RefrlgI '
dee artiriclal light may sound lI,1!{! }!n': I Pockogt 2.9 ESL/ "' ; ;
ratter ridiculous to Floridians whi I ISA '
think of horticulture 11 itrktly. 11! il' 1'' liE? GROUPER

an However outdoor pursuit Florida, like many Fish Fillet LB, 39; +

'Other' growing area! It expert 1111 jli SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK w: d,t'me t } nIRI1)I
Irnrlrg I iwltrh to apwrUMMl

living, particularly la our lrirt' ) !t tilnlil Sausage"SUBERS 39 ,
cities While the area surrounding
"TUff modern' apnrtment! strMlMMmw .Ii i DANDEE BRAND FRESH PORK "''' f "" 'Nd+ 's"'

b* .kwaulifuUy lamlata.\ iiidllki.!, 1155; Lg, ..aRWe 'w r e t',
thaw who dwelt liter mini that Sausage 3 BAG 1. v

ot own tending. pctdonnl It. garde and the thrill .i l.'U; IE:... HOC 5 ,L :IJi!,;' FRESH BOSTON BUTT"Roast. Nvd t, r,' s A'i' ;

Thowimt"w.lll flowrr )M.. or ';? e r!:11a4r:.!:.li'lliV' : ::i!: 'T11: sTC1-*,... r,, ::111G', :vt! ;!111:1 I!:i!;!f'i:'!!t'1;'IL1'!{'' !'!'":'!:: LB. 39x yr u' 't '
Indoor potted plnnt lctlftp\ to for wuuuulwkluufauu;!! ; ;!! : 11 n! 'n!! mi!! >iM I liilj!!! | . :
uu utl illlllilllill lililnii!uitlli
desire In the hpurla of innrtnwot : ill: lutluuul
dwellers for a. garden of their ows QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER 17THDlllll th, .
and I chance to exercise thus wINN ITDMI, INweoer.lseTISee
(!'**" thumbs .
In reeent years the growlig. of
all manner of !piss"- Indoors un.
der artificial! light has become Small Whole
popular In some of one larger F
northern cities I It Is being done.
quite successfully. PICNICS
To meet the demand for 101..... Smoked
matlon concerning this growing .
now hobby Vernnn John,!nn'. end
""Winifred Carrlere recently published Sunnyland Picnics make wonderful
book on the subect] en.m meals and tasty leftovers at budget
\ <$!'"An Easy Guide to Artificial I!' pleasing prices High In nutrition

Lithe! Cordoning( for Pleasure and' pL&M c1 Small 5 to 7 Ib, whole, close trim. /
Profit. : V'u 29 ,
From It plnnt and flower,lovers'viii e s med and lean. Slow steeped overt ,.
learn the progress( that pas hickory coals to penct-:': right to ,
been made In this direction And the heart of the delicious pink '
learn how they can hare a" mortis! ,
garden In their apartment or. anywhere meat
In their home with toe nld
of special soil treatment and artfc.
tidal lightSo
wide has the Interest become
that a number of the nation'r
leading florists and nurserymen
arc growing plants esneclally for Dr
the purpose and providing detailed ...
Inxtrurtlcns foe this aresMrO
tUb\ )&d care of such Indoor gar.

,. dens, W-D BRAND CHUCK ,
City apartment dwalTen, usA
: now create their own! Indoor gM> REGULAR'59< BLUE OR.WHITE;ARROW
o den where plants thrive the year 4&PKG.
: 'reund Where they can have chry.santhMiumi \ LB.
blooming at Easnth' GIANT .
cut annuals for Christmas boil 48
:. queti,' or grow rare orchids and Detergent. I. Woo BRAND ROUND BONE SHOULDER t" .
many other exotic planti. ,; \
YIw will find them la oM eoa'vst1ed : '
aquarium tanks that limn
been remodeled and provided with REGULAR. 49< DEEP SOUTH Roast 58
artificial light usually from fluor. .
event bulbs, or they become 'aseotranclag
center boa In the bosk. T
case oq as hanging baskets equip' 39 W-D BRAND BEEF SHORT 1
peel with circular fluorescent IIlure. *- Mayonnaise JAR ,:
The; book Is divided 'Into (two Ribs LB. 38 : :
Dans .with detailed Utonnajkaibasai ,
on the latest research that ,REGULAR 49'' DIXIE HOME ,
t eiplwlns light and durkne. IIf! .
"Mf '" i
plant growth lamps and eqllp.I \ 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH

rtt ,how what to to construct plant how the to llgliiEirdtn feed B d:' 39 5

sq ad oh.ItIs iiouriah. written for In non best-teehnleal results Ian.g lad. ea ags Beef N5WOpGRi

.anr-aad( with clear tllustratlona, _
It, gives, easy steps for InstallingInexpenshe RG&ULAR 29< EACH CUT.RITE MORTON FROZEN (ALL FLAVORS)
lights, tells how to seethe
1 :palest] equipment and IMWI. Ft
2' : 49x
hew-to transform bookcases," file.pees. Paper rI PINEBREEZE Meat Pies 51BERRY
glass acquarlum unukedurnlture "
( and cheerless wlndowns REGULAR 2/29 SCOTT FAMILY (ASS'T COLORS) GRADE "A" MEDIUMEGGS ,

ga with maintained lour! brilliantly.. and low glowing cost Indper easily.. Napkins 2%t 25' HILL FROZENStrawberries

Every plant enthusiast will: wel
cam\$.thla illuminated guide. U a '
fasoiaatlng hobby. 2-79 .

:.::: Tissue . .249/$ ; ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDAOrange

i% I Tissue REGULAR 27 EACH : WEVE. 2 W_ 19x FRESH FLORIDA AlL WHITE Juice 4 Can; 99TASTE

1 35,
1 .._ J Towels Jumbo "

Y A-brvIrt..,, loci,nt Mcl.f.l Your 1. Doctor knciMy'ol Mt4 lti.1!'"4r.l'1t..I, . 3 Rolls S1. Fish Sticks I 31.'WMaz&ffMk ;;
PleMIA IMel\ ..1 Arroen5o, ,,", I yts., II (I.\\ I Ire< HEAjl/l '2/ ... !VAN' CAMP--l'" Kr Town: House Fresh .


ami make out the billi- at REGULAR 27t DIXIE DARLING' BROWN N1 A It
nflnrth'i end
wan considered .
P adequate f ynelson! I ,office help by molt Twin Rolls 2 12 ct v491 POUND 391, .

4he way of living baa changed Pkgs SNOWBALL
InMhe past few years and the REGULAR 23< I DIXIE DARLING CRACKED WHEAT !' +
practice and conduct of me 'Jia l been brought up to date YKK 5
acsordmgly. People have become Bread 1'9
health-conscious and the Loaf ;
work load of physicians 11
greater has ever been, _ _
IS aw \ 1t1t and hospital Ins EXTR"
lucanc procedures and multiple I EXTRA f EXTRA 2g ,/
tair 4ormi make it mandatory to d7(M GREEN lw.ywgY.,.STAMPS rvM-ww 471 GREEN STAMPS I1IJ dyi GREEN STAMPS
,. ,
prepare and file copious nolei In aM 1.1 WL..ww na ,g rf1M AN*IMCNMtII '
rcgjfd to each patient and to an "NeenetN i j PIVI POUND /Nt 100
kcip accurately detailed buainessrecords.
New diagnostic and .6/99< dJ Ground Beef ( Candy 0
tharapeutia aids have Increased :: ;'; OOOD THRU OCTOIM I7TM GOOD Tmu OCTOIH ITTM
thr need for effectweaeti in of- 141
fi<{ procedure The prachclngphyucian I .T.HT W'H"'O"' AT AMt WINN e1Nl1ell emT
rt 'HT WlNN.e mil JONATHANApples
must delegate moat .( FANCY RED

the-hia.buiineii itml-ttchiucal'affairs' procedures and many of lot IEXGREENTRASTAMPS I EXTRA, ''ExnrRn /% I 5 B49

hiroffice amttant To perbrtqthou (..M dy! GREW S1AMP3 I du STAMPS ., ,
duties i well ii the work of Mow cwaww. a
tha,trained radical. secretary.Aside Two. ".00. "'OIlN ONI a,LI CNPLUM n ..WW...n.e.N a FRESH LARGE STALKS .

tonality,Quality inaimuch It from:: lined In technicality ai a medical the at an il ii the important tecretafj per.on*-. + "fY Oytere..Z/al Oooo TH.U 0:.: .. ITTHOOLD /set ,cr F, GOOD Canned TMIU OCTOIIII noai Picnic ITTHtT e Doe Pepper'IICMtH{ TNnu OCTO.I 8.BLACK. *3S I :] Celery I 2 STALKS 39 F1fT

wl sees the patient first eiiablithraiaKHrlr and WIII'" .MY WMM-MIie, 4' AtAN1wawao, '. U. S. NO. 1 YELOW
tba-opportunity to
Thieve: are other auabtlerMwbd.too -
and the fist I II EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA Onions 5 39/
IonI a lltea aar initiative "konMCL > 1 dtr< GREEN.. STAMPS dX GAEIN STAMPS I BAG
arilce, accuracy marwl YM.1 n---1.Ae.Na. act MLNN/M..Vaa dx GREEN STAMPS
ty-Iabinry to instilL confidence Two ./.... /neuN A..y vARlnr M IM a.M aw..e.Y a TROPI.CAL-LO ORANGEDrink
.make deciiioni-and a came
14 us amor. This sounds like a big Pu PP(.. 2/58 PnpereIaeARM lEtae. FI e"jcKiN' OOOD49. 1/s-

.r nd l ia, hut many romten '1tv C OOOO TMHU OC'"... ITTH .aW ..: GOOD TH.u OCTO.'. 17T" d.A.,,.,.... seen_ Bars_.. .
are meeting the Stana THRU ITTMwnmanm .. .....,
D *4J e1{ u' ems 1:uJarsI!! : :NI l:
'e (for competent aecrelariei and and qualinedkal en-- It 1Nr WlNN D"" AT IMf WI n AN.r 141 "r "' A r'!+ E.iii.. 5.!.:

g the prpfeiunn, :'Iiii. a life Hi i i

ma .lha4'f k.,wsecib{ he Including f ill.'iill..11IeI .u- The Smart Place To Go. For To Eat ; !

Idrl/of, Ibtf* are asststante now are aiwclameAef 0 aa4- Good Things ..r!

f/AaMy- 'fii4 :
: ,
as last role ta the medical .
I tlmtttr1:- -..:......_"joo.

l oJ .., .. .... ., ,

"" .J.ti( ,." t.flfl\f;!,;!,:; :,.,:,,..:..."....,_...'. .:. ...... ,, -- -- --- ''-- :'-- -- -- ..M.I.'.. fff.ts..J. ... .................--.. . Li'p"A

l r. timab>ij flat t liars l &-; r

acme fjv. million persons in the t. \twii-lttuiti. : f'ItrlurunlruHrsun, F'1017t18-lautnpay\ t UoO i' Jo, Ijo4: into Glerv ,
1. today who are entrapped In REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON

tome stage of alcoholilllFor in. Jacqueline C Raultrson, Bradcn Tampa: Donna Cornea, Lakeland;

formation on how they may be By Rep. D. R. (Billy Matthews I Postgraduate Study Ion: Carolyn B. Richards, B774 San I Jorela S Howard, 441} JM blifAvo
helped, write the Florida Alcohol.Ic Jose Blvd. Jacksonville: Richard .. Orlando: Thomas P. Hall!'ni ,
Rehabilitation Program P. 0. BRIEF VISIT TO THE DISTRICT II Go To P Tolsler ir S. Alhambra CIr Barlow; Sally Kate Jaccs !fI, Ta
Los 1147", Avon Park, ria Accompanied by a representative I Scholarships Coral Gables; and Dorothy B nhassee: James 0 Lashor, 251 I IDilKvcod

of the: U & Engineers, I made Maid Winter Park I Ave., Jacksonville: Ma
a pcrsoni| tour of our District on 28 State Students Psychiatric! nursing: Analle J. Jean Lavcoek, itklcdgc: Ja i iMumlruir

ATopNotchMONEY September 18 and 19 to ice the deFtructlon I llueliler Pompoms Roach( ; Carol ) Starke: Jnnnlc >lyn i iMcCrrmne
caused by Hurricane I lean 1 Dilclur. Gainesville: and Cly Craufordvllle' : ',lohir' .
Dora. We Rtarted at Fcrnnmlliu +1 1t \CKSON\ILLK; The State Ice C Laity, Avon PaikP'i Walker Tullahnisce; and flour: : I .
Board ot lltnllh hrs nnmiimril the,
Heath! which suffered more dam. >'('hlnlrie 11'1'1'I ork, first Wallace. ScffnerSiciiml a
mines of 28 pi'r < ns 'luted 11 roeelvp
age than any ether area We vis- "lf stale RI'holarohips fir pml year Myn'n' W. 81'djl'u'd.l 2>20 I U>i iuslnm <' year rnvchlalrle .aocl11
SERVICE lied all ot our beaches and tome ,\.i.i.if I I graduate I brining In psychiatric 1t,1.I Jicksotvllle; III'rnardnJ'II'kllllln. work George K. Bond, 22f7''SW, ;
other parts nf the District I shall n uncial work, clinical psvihiligy Ilimeslead: Woodrow I 1.141 I h St.. !Miami: and Berlin I
erntmiie my efforts to give maxi. .if.., and !piyclilnlilc nuniiin W Uijant Jr.. ell tlurokce! ltd? I hints. Tallahassee ..'
mum service to our people who t. ---'
Imo differed ure11! pmnerlv less !t'\ \. I The sloth ills were rccimmiml l llo
EXTENSION OF Pt'BI 1C LW the board by tint Florida Cum.

480 (Aijrlei'Kin-cl Trade Drwlip- ,) I ell on Training and Research In '
moot end Assistance Act or 1964)) Mental IIra'lh, a panel erentcd! In s w
APPROVED The above is a scene from the movie "Robin and the 7 ; advise anti consult with the board VERA TOg .

After Hoods" nhith" : stars, Frank Sinatra, Deans! Martin. Sammy In matters related to mental hinlllt ; tlllsCal.
lenpthv d 'bate, both the
House and Senate agreed to accept UuviH. Jr. and (tin* Creshv. Thin musical comedy ran be The law requires the stud n's' to
and awn at the lion Theatre Sunday and October I I be citizens nnd residents of Flor
the Conference Report rn II. R I Monday: .
'Ida, of high miral character,
exceptlonal 1
12298 (S. 2687)) to extend P. L, 480, 18 and 19. $49
and the ___ .rh"IR'Rhlp nnd cement.
President has signed the r
en1ent ted to making. mental health work
i : ,.
n Act LoafAppetinngly i I their! profesninn The
This L"w which bas worked Year 'Round Favorite-Meat jirnnls go stag?.
very !I lows the use of Tltla II funds for I only lo roll "" o i"d"ntes who agree v j raJOMEtATtNJI
micressful'y' for a number of vears :the purchase of tools: and other es. r': '; .J wMeyt I ;' lo practice In jl'lnrirh for nnr'
and Is mere often referred to at
jentials needed to aid In develop. 1 II for each i,f holartlilp re
.. year
,0- .
our "Food for Pcace" program, '( .'. + HARDEE BROS.
direct l" Io. ... I celved '
his enabled us to dlup"se of surplus I log self help project Instead of '"'::- '. .
aid The Conference Report tii The schularnsIps! In c'lnlenl psy AEMtti
We h.ndteeverything ) commodities valued at mere ATLANTIC
onsimplified than $16 billion: feed our own hun. provides a 2.year ex:enslon Instead I I t'hnlrRY and first year psveihirle!,
cry people: end assist 100 million of S years asked by the Administration Imxlnl work are worth $1.BOO n I
bails.You .
a nerdy people In friendly countries and a $3.5 billion author. 4t yrnr: $ .OOO for (Ihp si'court purer In ..
Izatloa of new money with closer i psychiatric sl'lnl'urk, and $24UJ
throi !shout: the world Tho United i I I
States; In the pant has Accepted the | supervision by Congress. Eli 94r / a year for psychiatric n irslnaSI .
@-I currencies of foreign nations. which ;| AMFNmiENT: : OF 88lh COM. e idmls chosen" for illnlcul psvichuligv .
'n used for AID CRESS! ( : Jiilllh' Lea And urn'lakilind INSURANCE ADJUSTMENt
turn ,
were our p-n
I 'I ; :: ;:
crams In the recipient nntlons, and :i The 88lh Congress his ct last adJnurncd .. : Cliarlts K. UiuliinaiiGainesville :
owe to III d"frav part of the cost of our after a enntin ions session : Carol W. 'lIrdn'A< ,
yourself to deal where Go\crnments business In those nitlons f 21 months, so this will be my I Plantation: William T. Dillon 610)

you get every advantage The Inw which we hove ]Just |i I last Newsletter this year I Sloth! st, S? St. IMcifthurit: LarryW I BEEN SETTLED "
enacted differs from earlier ver As formerly, I have attempted Dupiee, :toms( ; Highland A\e,

dons: In a ve"v Imnrrtant respect, I>I I to keep my conMltknH Informed Tampa: Charles F. Moan 3012I ,.
LOANS UP TO $800 ntme'v, It moving towards atnurrslni I on major legislative enactments I l I Rldi.eav' A\e,West 1 Palm Beach( : From
0:1: I
the prrB'am from d"ring the session! and on my

sAeC.rFINANCE AID to TRADE. votes as your Congressman Then ; Reserve :November 2M for t'io' "
There was also M tightening of la no need to repent this Infrrma- e::i '.;t) Shrine Club'a annual barbecue, to HURRICANE DORA ?

fiscal procedures The Act ban tics In detail, but the briefest sum. _.... "' IJr.... :....... I be held from 3 lo 8 p.in. at I Iho ."w
j benefits of the! legislation to cnunr'ci I mary may be pertinent at tills Junior High-Elementary Cafeteria,
COHPOHATION '! wh"so ship trids with Cuba tine I Rood-.either hot or old -brown and J Juicy -. .
: See Toda'ft'.ft'
meat lout in a mire mealtime I favorite whenever, wherever it is I
301 Atlantic Avenue i In the future both Poland and Vucoslavla AmrnK tie measures I supported served .... ....
firsjndlnt Peach, FlsrldiTsltphini will hive to pay for purchases I were: The (II\ billion tax cut: the Brimming with the good /flavor of ground beef, thia meatloaf Smokty Says I '

2613681 in U, S. dollars ex'enslon of the Food Stamp Act: truly rater it* best..v.r label. Onion, salt and pepper art "SMALL KO- I II For Your Needs
illi HVI OFFTCH lit ,aClllOllvltLI Section 14. which l h known a' enactment cf a Whrot.Cotton bill: the simple reasoning accents for the 'beef, and, fine dry bread lUMMWIU. 1, Repair
the Matthews Amendment, al- sUbllehmrat of Water RMOUMM ctuiabs' keep the l..*tuM light. Evaporated milk, used just as it I
-- Research Centers at Land Grant pours from the can is the seoret of the juicy moistness This ] GROW W I IP ,
I College: extension of the Hn .Dur- double,rich milk deftly binds) the Inure,I mis and helps| seal in TOt W KiPT SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS .::
natural juices during baking Neatly wlicrable, either hot or : "
tcn Hospital Construe Ion Program; fold this is

MECHANIC SPECIAL revita'fropon' of the Reserve Otfle. Best.Evci Meat Loaf { t ARMSTRONG FLOOR COVERING.:::;

en Tralnlag programs: a 1 pea. 2 pounds ground \ teaspoon pepper :
cent acrcss the board Increase of I' H cwp fine dry tail can evaporated milk "u tI M"
Social Security benefits: a Wilder. .Vt cup finely chopped onion ,(Hi I cups) \ ",4
ness Preservation bill setting (side teasH| ns wit 1
I R million acres of Federal lands Mix all Inure lienti lightly but thoroughly Press lightly Into Porter and Lovequist;

for wilderness preservation: the loaf pan or dish>> ((8'/t x 4'/i' x S lru'bl"'i) smoothing top BakeIn I I
AIR C CONDITIONED ALL POWER "AntI.Poverty' bill: extension of preheated moderate oven ( ) for l l'/4' hours' Cool S ? Il t'i ir
| P. L 4W: and extension of the Na. to W minutvs Ufot rvntuviv; from pan. Makes 6 to S servings.sought ,,,. ....
tlonal Defense Education Act and Color Center

FIRST$ $ CASH Impacted Areas legislation I also .
$340 | si pp-rfd icccssful efforts to trim to remove frcm the Supreme tittles Administration approved a n, 1 Five Points Phone 261-3068

the President! budget by 14 billion Court Jurisdiction over apportionment public facilities lean of $210.000 for Re.p hbemail trees grewingl
of State legislatures, munclpal water system and In
J:: :.. :.: ,TAKES IT! Among the measures I voted but this failed In the Stnate The provemcnts at Waldo -

against were: The Federal Em. Dlrksen.Mansfield amendment to PENDING ENGAGEMENTS IN :"
ployecs pay raise (which Inclulod the Foreign Aid bill, to stay the DISTRICT' & NEW IIFADQUAK. :=:
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK raises for Congressmen), the Ur. proceedings for rcnppurtlonment of I TERS i
Act State legislatures, his also failed rSUburban"
ban Mass Transportation and I
After a brief vacation, I hope to
AT 'FERNANDINA BEACH the Civil Rights Bill I by a small margin. My resolution )
I number of In I'
accept a
I supported the House_ IL which 1 making possible the consideration our 8th District beginning on or L Propane I Gas Service Anywhere ,;\ :, IA IN I
of a Constitutional amendment to
about October IS My new office In -
:1 permit the States. If they so desire (ho Federal Building In QilnesvlUc ., I
to apportion one House of the
will be ready for occupancy pbuit.
Legislature: on a basis other than the 2lrd: of Oitiber. Located, on the

;" The World Your Doorstep population, has also failed tn pum ltd floor, I shag: be available for
on I shall present this lutlon
a.. next yearLEGISLATIVE. rcsi: again visitors a Rood part of the fall :.e: f
Appointments) may be made with
SUMMARY: my Secretary by telephoning Fran
During the 6Bth Congress, I have kiln 6.4211 In Oilncsvllli, I am
I spenscrcd 36 pieces rf major leg liHilIng; forward to a long visit In .l
A V? Islatlon, 10 of which have been enacted the District following almost two

Into law \cnrlcnx sessions In Washington {.

I SUMMARY office have Included; Mr and MrsDcwey .
The most Important prrjtcl! or.I I I of Inxlls; Mr E'I I
I r fating< the Otis District during the :It: ; MtJr'rnin r: chin: lr: E '

9 I beer was the Groundbreaking (in. T York, Ilr Galncsvllli: Mr, and( IM f
many Icr our Cross Florida Biw! Mrs. James R. Alexander, Mr. and i
Canal on February 27th, which was Mrs. Dana I llealv, Dorothy Green
participated in by mnny dlMilljr. nlll,I !li,nun Tiner, all of St Auuus I
r1j r1j40 11'1. Including the President or the 111Mr.( : Foci A. Giro and Mr
United Spates We'pic'y Miplcs\ of Palalka: soul! ,
included, In the Public Works Mr
Appropriations for Fiscal Year J. Novak. Mr Thames L Catty. Ay, ,
t 01r 1JB5!) arc: $I million fur the BaaeCnnil ,It unit Mr II. II. (Pati Everett, I Iro

!' + ; IttOCOD for the Operatlm, all of Starke.Nassau, N a n ,I,
gee and ,Maintenance of FernandlniHarbor.
+ r ; $100 000 for General In. tI t

vestlKalions for the Intraeiasla| County I
k Waterway from St. Marks River
to Tomp Boy: IS001:> fnr General! I 4.H end HD Clubs
tnxesiliiall" for Beach Frosicn In
St Jims County: and $'0001 fir
General ImcstlKatinns for fluid' died For WorkThe .
control if tho Waccniassa River 7 ''I
Work on the new Federal Bill/ I. i '
Inn In fa excellent work nn one of Iha
n svllle Is nearing ce m
many "Jiets being duns In NJS
and pi
Mipnney is 1nl'r'nll.! :
tl for mllOelbcr, post OMJees son"i ('ill n i'y I fironyh Im' 411 (libn" 1
initiated. and lIe'OII' Ii'mnnsfutl''n uriaw
were Improved, or rom
at' was m"iinl'eel bv the" rl"rlda AMrlrillurjl -
pletcd Milliard, In Nassau C'inly
; San Mjteo, In Putnam County: Fxenslon: Service In Iasi I ...
1 1lfIl! Annual Report
Old Town In
a Dlxl County: Bnll, t'
The h'lnlsime vnl" me, dedicated
In GllilirlKt
County: inlrHaehcnIn .
to Ihc Vltn: ) annlvenarv of Fxl" n.
Putnam County: Fort While, in
Culumbla County, Hawthirno, in slen !Sirvlre' gives hlfihllfihU Ia1 I
picture and story of the educationalwork
Alachua County. Lake city, In

I Columbia Beach, In Nassau County, County Fernand: Inglls, Ilefdicl In Florida Nassau. Housewives 'Recover WHEN STORMS STRIKE.. ,: ..:
1000" the article covers )I
in Levy County; Balford' In UnknCounly 1
I \ work resulting from an UpholsterIng
; Cross City, la Dixie County
County; and St. Augustlno, In St. Jobus- Mary\VTkshnp N.' Harrison conducted, "Clllinly i by Agrn'A Mrs. I Is it COLD BEANS :: .::

number of enterprising Nassau
Ground was also broken for thee I County women Instead IIr dlscird i CANDLELIGHT ?
new til million by .
Vetsrans '
Hospital Ing a numhrr of pieces of bulten t f "

I at Gainesville Improvements were furniture with torn uulwhlery, fix ...

I Marcos authorized National at the Monument Castillo de San SI ed about the$1 I des 0"M m.wel while!::: piees learning; a saving use I'i Dining by candle llfht( may be very romantic, but most people Ilk* "the" |" bean ..

Augustine! in the amounts of tifl,. ful trait hot. And you can have beans or any other food piping hot IN MY WEATHERU

You take it for granted, yet antidpate its arrival and fret if it's late. Its ro and loan$of IUjU.A 1122. .000 Amelia the nnrtlilpunls named I, you have modern gas rang and dependable $ubgrpan! prof an* 0aa .*rvIce. ..
was by and their project! were Mrs Hat j 1 :=
the itorm proof combination. ,
in out the Fat. mrr Home 1
make happy and thoughtful Day day Administration
contents: inform you, you tic HURIHS r' V'lie' and Mrs M1-
to the Suwannee
newspaper brings the world of news to your doorstep. rural crmmimlty water Water System f for ble Matt las of Hilliard. Mrs Judy Don't let power !failure! kill your enjoyment of delicious, healthy, hot meats" /
your systems In I
HOliard. nuilhrr of 3I 1
Dixie ounty The FHA also' Insur. Moore) of OO GAS- Suburban Propane gas beyond the gas mains- before the next
October 11 to 17 is National Newspaper Week. And we are happy chlldrrn. said she bought a new
: i ed a lonn by the Dixie Cmnlv, with the storm" strikes. .
living money
roam nj(
to join others across the nation in saluting the men and women of the Slate Bonk to the Horseshoe. Beach'I she had saved upholstering/ her old J "'V ni.* .

newspaper profession who work so diligently to inform and entertain us.I. Water 3.180 Auoclollun to finance In rural the amount communIty oft furniture I PHONE, WRITE OR STOP IN TODAY FOR COMPUTE DETAILS. : ..
The lades were Uiik Ui shell'
water system A sum el to.. praise of the workshop conducted
000 was provided for Intensified, I! In the cnunly and said< they plan.

@ Southern Bell al research Stores work R"at earci the! Oluntee Lib-ratory Nav. ned en participating In other spe.cUI ; {r'Suburban Propane ,. .

? /J'"' ...Sirvinj You An appropriation! of fiMMe: was I Interest groups, toath! 7th Street Phono- 2613661n l -
4 till
mna* 9 v* V* 'WVtTX : I :
lion Bill for a National fQII'II.lW'l j adeAt Home _

ory at Stark.. The .,"'ee

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?.gefiwelve News-Lender, Fernandmi\ : Tench Flortdn) -Thursday October 15, 1964 CHURCH OP GOD the bad
,: I Cor. 4th and Cedar S... Tell Your Neighbor atlng applet when they ap.
In an
pear organization as largeas

I 4 At The Churches I Rev.FAITH Jerold BAPTISt'CIIUirn A. Philips.' Pastor I 11:00:Rev.a.m.J. ?J._.Newman. Morning, Pastor ServiceF.P sure state to turn government up occasionally, bad actors When are I' OYSTERS

18 No..4th St. E.: Friday Evening 730; pmT they do It Is often vp to the Governor .
Sunday School ". .",.-10.00 I.m. I :30 p..... ... Evening Service to swing the axe Roasted
ST MICIUKLS PARISH SPRINGIIILL BAPTIST Morning Worship . 11:00: I.m. Phone 261-S807 'Early In the history of our country .
4 &... Micliuils! Church 2nd and I It CIILRCH I Sunday Evening .. .. 7:30 p..m. I I 10:00: a.m. .___ Sunday Scnoel one of our stolen decided to eliminate .
ttft Sundays a aim 1st, 3rd and State lliway"" 1"7 Nasnauvlllo Wednesday Prayer Meeting I Prayer meeting Wednesday the executive branch of Surf RestaurantArrow

t Ok. Sundays, Him. i Rev William A. irye .. .. . . .. 7:30: pm 7:10:: pn I' h 'i government entirely and run Its affairs .
St. Filers Cluxirs ('hureh- Interim Pastor I ftti ftPAIIhUVMIK f r { 9 through the legislative and From Ocean I'ler

I.?*, 3rd and 5l I h Sundays Sam, I'antois 1 layer lime si. FAtta LinatKANUiUKCU : BAIri'ISTCHUItCH : Judiciary branches It didn work. I .PRIVATE DINING ROOM

fad and 4th Sundays. II am I (for Men) ........................ 1 a.m. ) Too many conks spoiled the broth. I
Church 9.30 .mtvenlng "So whether FOR PARTIES CLUBS
Callahan or not they always
MlchVI i Sunday School ...._..... 9:45: aim Amelia City; Nn Iniernecttoai imi.i.| Road Phone 2nl4487 !t are ETC.
l IHvolions at St right,
: apparently
Church vtlll be on Tuesday I IIf Ir Morning Worship _.?... 11 '.01., AlA HarUord Peeples, Paator ," I
s Training Union _..... 6,15 p m A. e'. Gerbhardt, Pastor Sunday Scnuol 10 I.m. -necessary- --
r( 730: p.m. Evening Worship ___ 7;30 p:m: : I:00 a.m. Morning Service Horning Worship __ 11 1.10. -
,I Evening Worship T p.m. -P _
Wednesday) *
NOKIII 14th, STREET: Men Hour of Power _- 7 p.m. I' Wednesday Service T p...

BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Service ....... 7:30: p.m. CHURCH South Nth OF Street CHRIST JESS GRIFFIN
Rev S. C. Biker
"Whosoever will come"ft
Interim Pastor Earl 11IIb rI. Minister r
145, aim. ___. .- Sunday School Sunday) Bible Study _.10:00: am
Morning Worship 11:00: am
11:00 aim ._ Morning Worship ?
630: pm _.... ...._... BTU PROPIIECY Evening Worship _.. 7:00 p.ra. MS: ass. bunny School INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
Cor. 5th and Date SU 11:00 ..m. ? Morning Worship
T 30 Evening Worship 6b +
: p ?N
7 30 p.m. Mid.Week Services Mrs Dully Hall. Pastor" CALVARY BAPTIST OIIRCH I 8:30': p.m. _.,.. Training Union 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

ftft 10.00 aim .. .. Sunday School J. C. BYRD PASTOR I ,:30 p.m. Evening Worship
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 11:00: a.m. . Morning Worship Sunday School 10 AM I Vednenday prayer service, 7:.t'
CHURCH 7:00: p.m. Bible Study (BTC) Morning Worxhlp ?_._. 11 A.M. ,.m. Reasonable Terms All Work GuaranteedFREE

Rev John Dozier Paator 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service Evening Service _. 7:30: PM. ft use'

Church School ?...__ 9:45 A.M. 7:30: p.m. Tuesday ., Missionary ftft li FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ESTIMATES
Worship Service ........ 11:00 A.M. and Prayer Service UNITED PENTECOSTAL Rev. E. A. lewis Castor
loath Meetings ._.. 6:00 PM. 7:30: p.m. Thursday VLB CIILRCH: 10:00: am _-. Sunday School 514 SOUTH 14th PHONE 261-4332
Church School ?__. 7:30 PM Service for Young People South 8th SI Ph 261470 11:00: a.m. Won hip Service
Re*. W. W. Roland 8:30 p.m. ?. C. A. Youth Services A new Idea in cakes and so delicious I U doesn't need frostinglThat !
Sunday School ......... 10 aim l:80:: p.m. Evangelistic Service, a what you will l say about this fabulous r new cake made
with only <4 Ingredients: a cake mix, an instant pudding egg,
........ '
Worship Service 11 aim Thursday mid week sen'ce and water It's so easy to make and there are ao many
Prayer Mtiting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. 7:30 pm. different combinations as many as there are flavors of instant .a
Bible Study. Thursday 120pm.ft : ft pudding and cake mix flavors Serve this version with tall glassesof
.. ft ft iced coffee the regular or instant decaffeinated. You'11 find LOANS. '
PINE GROVE BAPTIST ClllRCn: they are great together. .
429 South 6th /Street
Rev. W. G. Brooks Pastor I L. Pastor "Tell Your Neighbor" Banana Fudge die
Johns King. '
SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday. Services: 1 package Swans Down fudge coconut cake mix' .;\

5:45: AM ....... Sunday School I 10 00 A.M. _..,. Sunday School 1 package ((3/4 os.) banana cream instant pudding
: :
1 plus 2 tablespoons water TO BUY OR BUILD
,et 11:00: A.M. .... Morning Worship 11:00: A.M. Morning Worshlr 4 cup eggs unbeaten
6'M P.M. .. Men Prayer Service I 6:30 p.m. ?__..._._.?_. B.T.U. Confectioners'! sugar
r 630: P.M. Training
t sway 7 30 P.M. .... Evening Worship I 7'nu I*.M' Men's Prayer Service e"Use 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons water when using fudge coco
: i 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship nut cake mix and chocolate chip cake mix. For the other cake
Wednesdanleell (I Tuesday)IT nixes. use only 1 cup water Whether You're LookIng .
SENIORITY .M. ..,.... Service i}'
: 7.30 P Prayer Combine ingredients in large mixing bowl. Blend at low speed flf
:00 p.m. _.__...__... VlalUtlon
cf just to moisten. Then beat 8 minutes at medium speedor
ft ft 7 30ft mixer
Prayer Meeting Wednesday :
The Influence and Individual with wooden apoon. At Blueprints, or /
power'of METHODIST
I Line 10 inch tube pan on bottom with brown paper: do not
are largely determined by the SENIORITY he has CHURCH I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH grease pan. Pour batter into pan Bake at 350' for 50 to 60 Homes For Sale Our '
,11 .
attained. Without adequate seniority he has little Nckoa I*. Mover, Pastor Rev. J. T. Dunn. Pastor minute., or until cake tester comes out clean. Cool right aide up f':
ground to hope for assignment to Important Services I SO A M. in pan 15 minutes then remove from. pan Cool thoroughly onrack '< i .Ir
au: '.01. _..._... Sunday School Worship : : : 'J
? I with Can "
Sprinkle confectioners sprinkling through a
committees. Without seniority his Influence in 11'00 a.m. _.i.. Morning Worship II I 11:00: AM lace paper dolly if you like a design sugar Financing Help .ltt-. :sb..:
the Senate Is greatly limited. 730PMSunday .
8:30: p.m. .. MYF Supper Pro-) :
School "..+ 1141.M.: You Take Prompt i.'t.

Holland Ranks 12thIn 6:00pm. *......*Evening ft : Iram'j Training Prayer Service Union _........ 6:15 P.MWednesday. Sound Action. .....j : .::J.

the order of Seniority In the Democratic membership LUTHERAN CHURCH ) YOUR GOVERNMENT

of the Senate. His influence experience Donald R. Hlmmelraan. Pastor Let's Discuss It Before
and powerful voice have gained him membershipon Phone 261-5034 eA WEEKLY REPORT BY

the powerful Committees of Appropriations Sunday School........._?- 9:45 a. 10'1 -- .
Agriculture and Forestry and Aeronautical and Worship Service ...... 11:00: .mft r. You Build, RefinanceOr
Space Sciences all of which are of particular I

importance to Florida and to you as. one of its 8T. PETERS: EPISCOPAL: ONLY BuyFernandina

Rev. James D. Flllsor Rector YOU CAN I Governor of Florida

Pall Political AeI..rtIMmthl Pdd For D, T30: A.M. holy communion Federal
II.rbert I. WuU., Tu 10:UU A.M. Choral Eucharist PREVENT WHAT ARE GOVERNORS FOIL velopment of his stale. Many other
agencies see a part of the picture
11:15 A.M. Church SchoolS
My friend Governor Henry Bell
:30 P.M. Episcopal Young FOREST mon of Oklahoma also writes a but it remains for the chief executive Savings & Loan Assn.
RE-ELECT SPESSARD L. Churchman weekly newspaper column for the to look at all the pieces and _
attempt to fit them together In or.
(This Is the schedule of every citizens of his state One of hit columns
Sunday with the exception of the FIRES especially caught my eye der to bring about the most good 202 Atlantic Avenue

} last Sunday of the month) because It teems to match my for the most citizens

HOLLANDU. 0a0cm thinking so well about some of the "A Governor Is for climln-
duties of Governor I would like --- -
a -- --
to share these thoughts with you.
7:30 A.M. Holy Communion '
"Sometimes In the wild of /
rush <
10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer
I S. SENATOR and Sermon events which revolve around theOovernor'a Only Electricity
Office the question
11:15 A.M. Church School
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young comes to mind, 'What good la I 1q tr
Churchmen governor, anyway?' While there Is
,----- still I great deal to learn about Provides
thli job and while I expect to goon
learning clear up till the day my
term Is over there are some con. Flameless
: elution I would like to pass on Cooking

.iVJml' W tJIIemwlet., "A Governor is good for settling

arguments which apparently can't
be decided any pUce else. The
buck passing stops here

"A Governor Is good for propos.
ing changes which need to be made I|
Once the program Is launched, It
Is frequently amended and changed

I- by the Legislature state agencies. I '
and public opinion but someone f l
has to get the ball rolling. Under: ,
.. our system, the Gourmr Is one 11 iO
place to start I'

"A Governor Is good for helpingto '
build public image cf his stale :
Wherever he appears and whatever
he says gives observers an idea

bout, the people he represents

"A Governor is Rood<<1 ror cstabIlshlng .
i a policy which: other axencles I rs\-
and officials can follow If a ,,
'a Governor Is careless canttnker- ''

out, and crooked. other officials
Lu fl
are apt to be Inclined the same

.. way But If the Governor works
for harmony, economy and pro. r
grcis, others tend to follow his
r' "I
'A Governor Is Rood for recruit. i 1
log new Indiiitrv. since doors which
are often closed to private citizensor
to other slate officials quickly ,,
open when the C.ournor calls I

"A Governor Is good for setting
the pattern In dividing up
.. which I la available: for state area

vices True no Governor'. budget
ever goes lhr>m.h the Legislature .1
Swetp-lint roof.Jt without amendment but the Governor I
lad Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe-with new
more than anyone else is In
: icalt'H take the wheel position' to Uxk at the entire pic.
what : I
you see moves you you lure of state services, and definite,I
ly exerts an influence where '
r (V417n ..,..--108I1BBI-. 4H hp) emphasis Is placed. on pott and pans com Info direct contact with'' htatlng'

;One look at those longer wilier lines tells you it's of 400 hp. And the road feels like satin because our "A Governor Is good as a listenIng I I COOLemenf/ 10 tfitrt's no wasted, Jieaf.there's .

the kind of car you just couldn't buy before without engineers came up with a new Full Coil suspension pat for citizens who feel oppressed .
and who have failed to get I
getting into the higher price biackets. But one drive system teamed it with a ide-Stanee design and relief/ from other agencies I'' no fuel grime to stain wall end'Mtffe on

will tell you a lot moie. made our famous 'Jet-smooth ride smoother and "A Governor Is good as I source CLEAN curtains. \ *

You've got your kind of engine going for you. more stable than eer.Beginning of Information about his state Any

r.Theie'i an even half dozen of them available to feel like It's your kind of citizen anywhere. who has a ques.
Hon to ask generally feels free to new, instant-heating elements put neat directly'
.I this cart There be doubt about it when you
year-anything\ you name from a quieter no direct his Inquiry to (the Governor .
e ".wceter running 6 to a \'with the authority drive i the real thing at your Chevrolet dealer's. Office QUICK I 'info the pot for speediest cooking. ,
: ,,see a trmmllM.'m /,.,, fur'tt.1-1'krrrulft, hrrrllf, lirrg II urrmlr AI''mtlll.r drmlrr'f "A Governor la good for establishing
........-......................../.......-.......--..--.--......-....-.----.-....-...............-.--.--..-.....-...-...-- lines of communication lie
f t '.. la more accessible than state of.
flclals who are appointed or hired

'i l WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY feel while since a those they kinship do who la not vote the feel chief in toward the executive election others Florida Public Utilities Co.

H.. s
: South $th Street Fernandina Beach, Florida Phone 2613636 "A Governor Is good for locking
ahead to plan the porgrcis and de.t I


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