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 29, 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: UF00079912:00096
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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IU8// I Officials Florida, Georgia Here Today Road' Local P-liticaT InterestPromises 1

Discussing Bridge

At press limn today repremlntlvn I Ibl
of the llorlda and Heavy Vote ,

1 Georgia mad board were rn-

I and In a dlMUsnlon of the -
pracMMtd bridge from t'ernlln. The Intense InlrrCHt that lids .Vise: ,nil nu a great deal uf Intel Ueslelcs the Individual candidates

dl-a Beach it M )Mm"I, (.a. genenlcd: :In ;Ihe pieslelcii 'est Is tlie. Met for Goxcrnor ofrloileli \011'1'1.m bo fdeecl ..wllh I

In the meeting Seaside Inn tial tainpuign l tw umlleliles L\n. / belucnn the l Democratic \13 propose'el constitutional amend-

Ralph Power*, HirleU Kmid dim B. Johnson and Hairy (;old nonimic, Mnor' Ilivdon' Burns of minis' i Sloe a nummary of Ilicjoami

I Board member from Lake tltv, water Is expelled\ 'ID propel 1 are. 1 J.ic'kse'm illc. iiml Itcpiililican 'mime'nit In this issue i iriiliowing I. 1

(*-liah the Hnrldu delegullonad cold number ifHMIII: : Coiinlywhcic ('hlll'lI's IhllivSen .. "' Is' a list of tho offlres -

lonnie Pope, executive HH.slHtuut votl'rs 10 Ihl' 1,11., 011 1111'"lalo'IIlrs. .tin' SpUHjnd 11,111111I1,, also.. lit! (itakc and tht c' diehitcswim

to the C.e'.irgU Komirlnard 11111'1" Slrliso. SlIpl'rvl."r his ipposlllin' In the film IIr f lie Hie. Mckinir election:

he'lids the (dcnrglii deli. 01 11I''hll'olll1l1.' oan" Ihlll 7.11\1'1\ 1".hlh'lu. tlniiiU' It. Klik Jr Mil: 01.* fin PieKlileiit iiml Met-

OUTGOING PRESIDENT REL1) LEU ELL EN v.u presented a past president' pli.iue IHlionInder. 8'e, lI'II"II"'I'd 10 1111' III Ihl. SI1I11' ol the other indldnti'H, : I 1"'I'slil"lIt" : I viiilon H ,Mmxen, I

< at the annual Chamber of Commerce meeting last week with incoming/ president! dli-cumlm, In H ripnrt ('(" 'lIly. ISI't' 1..' lhll'lItll"l br"lIk.dllll For <'('iKusMoinl, .h\lIII'I'I.\ si IIPcr llulieit, II. lluinphiiy. Demueiu-'

II. P. ( Hugh) Stone Jr.. making the presentation, as officer and directors! look on. on the feasibility ol (he brlduemnpltle II by 1"1'1'1111'1 IUIlI p.II"y clw. ('onnl\ offices hllIII'puhll.. tie, HimM. (;.nliluatei, ., Villinmr ,

Left to right. John Hutchms Jim Neatly Di. John \\ Mel'lane. Jr.. Richard U. Galphin ; (" \ detail and pictures In tills l 1","> cim opposilinn, :'. Milln.', /Ite'public' 'anIINUtl ,
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Robert H. Cenek \Ice president HaIteulle.. treasurer, Lewellen, II. II. loung. will appear In I Ihe next IHMIC of I'nil.d States
Stone John Hooper, Dr. Cecil Hrewton anj J J. I D. OauKhert)'. the Nn's.I."lIdl.r.City t I.. llolhiml, Denimratie: I

'Civil Defense Conference (miulo, It kiik, Jr, Kepulilican
Gordon Butler Commission sr\u.:

.rnr (:.oMinor, Hii/ >'ilnn Puinn,

\DiniiniHtir, ('hm'leu 1C. I/IIIII'Y./

Featured Speaker Adopts Budqet Held Here Wednesday ltl'I".blil'nn.. .
( 1 ( IttSSIClS.\: I.

Of I 1'ul', Itipicmnltilive: / In Coneie: >iiii,

At Chamber Meet $880,091.00 A luru: niniilii nf. NJhMIIII ('01111ty ('eil Unite \I'M slut, Ji.. Nun Hth: : (::one; Hist', | /. ( Hilly)
It Deinorrutle, i
till/ens iiltimhil u coniciiiiec HIII (oiuilv(' ( Ml IMcim Pine
'Do you or don't von w :ml t The (',itv (tommiKKlnn mi c'Unit on Civil Ikll-n'oC for. public olfl. ''Iur. 'imiiiiMd lor the, nicitnil and J I'1Itc'1I, I
last niUU In hi ininlhlv unionadiplcU Fur JtiHllce of the-
Chamber of Commerce' said KI" Supreme
dais mill 1'lIlIlIlllIllIly leaders "pic'vi'uli'il IhoM tomluliiiil the I
: builMt fir the l4! .S3flveiil \ (CIHllt, (; t, II K
IIAYDON BURNS Gordon T Butler as he dilnere-el 1 a The I'nllh'n'II\'t' iI conduiliil bvi l'ul1l1'n'II\'I'. llev John \Dozlcr, .inup liolieiU,
Beki Bet For the Icaturc( address at the annual yenr In the amount uf SIIHOomoo ,- DeniiHiiitieur' '.
I i the rleirldn Inslitiiie lor ( oiiilnu.Ing pastor 1 if r Mrs) Picsbvlnldii '

The politicking and the Beach Chamber of Commerce Also npprotrd, uat' an nd Mil. Florida Civil Defense1 Age! my amiwai for Ihe I'nllll'rl'lIcnll'fC ( (dioup; 2, K. lluirU Diew.

palgning arc about last Thursday night : nrcm tix rule of. IDS nulls for one of a mrlci In'Ing conduct, \\Hllir Muiphv. illinlir of ClxllI \Dcnieieiaticrur' '.

proaches the day :\ : ; I Butler, executive secretary of the I provldinh!: Ihe ncccssury funds to I cd IhroutJicMil the sliile at Hie request I 111'I1'IIMr for :Noilh; Horlda: Hibcrtiill Justlie uf theS ip'reme

whole political system li Florida League of Municipalitieswent I Implement) the budMt! Thl.I as of Govcnnr ruirla. Uryait 1 (' >e'rise'n iiml Id"be'rt Kohlor uf Com t, (.roup Nil. 3, n chard.'W, :
the day when the free on to discuss Chamber nttlvl- an IneicHse of one! mill over the tin I" lot'Ida 1I"llIule fur Cenilnii I Dimiieiatlcrur .

the people will decide the ty In other areas of the Male and 13! .64 levy 1 Inn Inlveihllv Similes Jmletc of thu District' Ciurt

of government If you are FEATtiniEO SPEAKER at the annual meeting was of the emphasis plated on agencies Of the' total, 011 II II II'! 141 nulls, Trio Apprehended I, (iilbiilMin, tpiki) Oil Why Civil : of AppcHl' rirst Appel'ate., \' Dintrlet. -
John 1.
istered It It too late, hang Gordon T. Butler, executive secretary of the Florida of this tjpeHe !goes for city operation mid 4 mills Delenst'!' mid elKeunsiJ the Increuslng I rintle Wlgglnton, Deme-

bead in shame It you Left at head table presented number of facts for debt service ''A bicukcloun of '
League of Municipalities. to right : a needs' inul, coneeiii fur For (licult Cuuit Judco Fourth j
cided between candidates Jr. incoming president Mrs. Lew and figures on what ether titles I the budget was curried In the Ocl"Her In Robbery of elfeelKcCivil .
H. F. (Hugh) Stone, ; an Defense proirjn I|I JmllclHl ('Irrult. TyrU A, Buyer, I
now. If you have made ellen ; Reed Lewellen outgoing/ president; Butler; Mrs. were expending for Chamber activity 22 Issue uf the News.Lead. ). ;He alsu nho, \ 'ed an inform. DeniiM'i'ntlcSTA1 choices, review them to be I and how the money was rals. erl.r) Alive Him Unit !
Butler and Rev. Nelson Mojer, who delivered the In\oo | Downtown Store depleted some ol Eror
I ,
the best th t can be cd He noted 4
they are that although many 1 In oilier action tho Commission | the* pn 1)1 c ins cncrimlertd' In Civil I Sc'ciliary. of State, Tflm .
Ask yourself: if I knew the I cation. --_ ..-. raise money from many sources I passed ordlnnnees vaciliug and I Defense development II I I Adnms, Dcmnciatlc, '*
election hinged on my single Including added mlllage, he felt Raymond Pen20. and FdilicKampton \
I discontinuing several streets The
Kehlir spike She'Hers For Comptrolltr Grtin
) on : tore Kay B,.
lot, how would t vote It Is 1 such agencies were the prime responsibility In In the DudeEscambla 18.I rre remanded In I, ,
| streets question are of the' Civil Di-finse ProKrim Denioe rntle,
Goblins At
tlal to keep a high level of Stage Set For Spooks of business and Franklin Street Circuit Court to stand t Irlul em 1
and 11.I\e. 'iit.ieiilnr 11'n\l'n. For CcimmliMiioner f AKI .
] ', '" MI)
al 1 defense and of state and In commenting! on a proposed 3- area bit ween Trout I and Secind i charges of bieiklnit:; and; entering; : mrut on on the' effectiveness' of turo, Dovlo fonmr, Uimurmtlerui ,
services It Is Just as I and committing. a felony, In
here for accelerated
plan apiclimlniiry
Carnival year and being I vaeited In connection '
Gala P-TA Saturday Night arc bin'rln' Khlildmu hv Ilic ulillallui I. Stale lieiisuicr. J. Edwin
avoid excessive government Chamber activity, Butler said Hint \ heiiiini 1'1II'"IIIY be'-
I with the construction uf a I 11 I riiliunitlve, malirlal I.arson, De'mocrntir.
which would lead to nil of fore N iHsiiii C ,unlv Judge J. 1 1idcnc 1':.
Ing us Indirectly or directly 'plant lure' bv the llotiVirlght( < 1 .
higher andgoblins" announced thin week that the I ') Ueutluihrclraeh III Ihe eoniludiiiii adclrcss, ('ill. TilAttnrmr dcnerul; / 'JTtiilaiieloth
through of I.
weaknesc As the nleht "spooks, from each tourist or new re'si- Chemical Corp (' llemoerntlerur
heavier taxes and more uppronehes you cnn find merchant have bun moat KinPI dint : was l'hllr I'eII'llh luni hiilsou gave a fuel ml fl'I".t. inIhe .
On Election Day, let no m_nv Homeroom Mothers of tinElomtntarv 'nun In donating \uilous prlrc* (Continued on paw tilled The Gulf Oil CI'I'p.I' as auarded (' mils of breaking und enteringShleUs st.ilus ill ('ivil Defensefii' this I'ublic Stato Superintendent of
satisfaction with .Junior High School to he awuidid and uuctioned that I a cinluict to furninh tim' oil. Grocery cm Atlantic/ Axe. couiilv PlldI hat tall be! done to Instruction, Tom D HalleDenioeiHllc /,
i and diescl fuel In the city 1
parties, no minor woiklno; diliKcntly for the call ('Vennll.: on October 24 ind again nil the upKruile piipurrilnciistulbiilson For
the current fiscal FvlI Public UtUitlm
weather or health, or Carnival winch l III to be htld Sat The grand prize will be a $2" Tickets Limited yellr. I 21lh. Ihe robbery was discovered\ praliil("| Cd, Prtslon Commlaksioner. -
flf bids the Edwin L. .:
the el1
I lowing opening! be'e Mason
I for ,
the I line wotk clom
other business. keep you urday night( October Slat tit the I { Suvintfn Bond donated by the contract wasI'ardl'd on motion l iSiturdav: night whin tltv Police during Ikmocratlc .
polli Our ballot was, bought I Rel'rutloCenter .L'om! A:00 to I Florida National Bunk, to betawarded i I 'Sorensen Officer Nick Smith !fuind< the back lluirlciine Dora Had for other activity for flture .J. lt
k For at Btfn (icond' by Ilil- Atleirneyt: Tourth *
Mood and sutriUw b}"" .*' : ':00 p.m.Mrl blouU: Fen'elm. 01 Her Smorgasbord I dour of the enluhlMiminl 1Irokl'III I but seined' ,the' county is Judicial /I
Kitchens ind unanimous Clrrult, William A, /
ton a Hal-
can Ualng It, and using It R. N Alday, chkirmanKennord I| prlxcs, just to mention a few, I 1 I vote | open An Inventory! revealed possibly I having I at present: Ihe ability to 1"1" III, Democratic
is a debt wt owe our will be a permanent from the On November 14 1 40 cartons of cigarettes missing rare for only, 13', wllh approved For
On mntlnn bv Sorenurn and I Public Defender, Fourth
the future Americans who Beach Beauty Salon 8 gallons\ of : a : I tOUI'Iherl'lth' seven boxes of ilHitrs In tho event of a nuclear Judicial
a second by L. L Bohuimnn' the Circuit, Ed Austin, Dem.
acrit itDont Funeral hlirh test from DftH Texaco cigars. about tlO In, change and
gas a
..... ..... I II Commlssiin \ntrrt' to amend a 1 ocratle'Continued.
R K Co, Mather a table lamp, Jewelry The Sixteenth Annual Smorgasbord transistor radio Stit Vermin Guest The einferenee' held! st S.III< '
I given by the Women of St city ordinance to permit the sale 1 Inn, lasli'd from 2 lo on Page Two)
bypass the from Charlenrs and Robon's !- was cAlled and assisted In the Investigation p m
nendments when you cast Held Saturday. At and a gift certificate from |I I Peter* Folscopal Church Is to beheld I of alcoholic beverages In down- :S I p m and t'ulI'hlt'rable lOI
I on November M Serving will 'low'o Fernamtlna Bench from the I was evidenced by Ihoie In
ballot Tuesday They are \ 1 I"ynn's.I Continued on page three! attendante Mrs. Lola Reynolds
L'L"I begin a* 8 00 p.m. and continue (Continued on pnge two) .
portant and merit your St. Peter's Church I Theio will be many more ex-
until S o'clock In the Junior High I
lion whether you favor or c'King tints riven throughout the' School CafetorlumPralset Negro To Be Tried'For Buried
jalnst. In all\ but two I am In Merchants Discuss ; Saturday '
with their Mrs Haldte Vercnlce Bill Kcn- ewnmi; The P-TA wlnhes at are the highest by hose I Breaking Into Miss Jean Rumph :":
plete accord Peters t this timo to thank the various' who have attended In the
nard, 80, was burled In St vmri
No I
No The 13.two No In q 4: estlon concerns are Cemetery last Saturday followIriit merchants who have contributed past, and tickets are a ovelcd DOS. Christmas Lighting North Beach Home i Crowned Queen I Iin Sylvester, Ga.

Education funeral at St Peters Episcopal Another feature of Interest to session Mrs Sam Stewart, ticketchairman

and the! Florida The Church at 4 p.m. Rev James Elll- the Teen Club, as well as many I 281-47W, will be happy I Jimmy Durr, year-old! !Ntgro I Mrs Lola Cochran !
is In opposition I Rcynulilii
elation And was bound over t tll Circuit louit
give appear sound officiated I adults will be a Jam Session' to have someone call on you concerning I Store Hours Of Homecoming 1 "I''2!!, died at the homo of hrr
cons they for trial: on a thuruo of breaking 1 I
respect their judgment on a Mrs Kennard died early Friday rendered by the Jarr Combo ofFernandma vour tickets If you have and tillering with Intent diiuirhter. Mr, J. A. Ieo on WtdtlieHdny.
I at t her residence follow Ing a lengthy Beach Hitch School not previously been contacted Tickcts Btich Mer com October 21. .
with which they are far more I hand Thin will be held from will be 1225 for adults and The Ftrnnndina mil a felony, at a preliminary BV M WITH PtlFTTIIf I Mrs KenolHs :/
rmd In'
No 13 deals with IllnessSho chants Asseiclutlon met TmsdavIn en a renldent ofrtrnundlim
illar I 7:30 to 8:15: pm $100 for children under 12 Tickets heuring be I ore County Jiidw: J. LWeithcrfird : rmimidlnu, lie\ 'mil llli.ll !School
Exempl'on' In Sarascta ,I was the daughter of the late monthly stwiliin at Hi" Chamber this weekDurr Ilcach for forty "TI-IM*
of "lounll' tome out and 8UI"11"'I.t for the children are to be sold at In llolel IIndIIlsl'uhhed Mliuitit: Aveniiiund' inuny bniknrels I"nd WUH a member of the .
there are two schools Capt William Bryant Bell She. thl.s energetic bylistening the door olluc Kivstonr was arrested' October I II:; by >/ : wim clear:: :: 1 of: :ilcbrli: NIK:) un I I1I1I1'r lluptist,. Church; Ffrst! t
lower Income Ptttrs gioup ClinstniiiH lluhling und
Many feel aha a member of St Epls.cop:1 Christmas Thanksgiving Fxotlc (hiil J. R. Paiker und Ol fleerCurtis Ihe nlorin calm menu In have ,
kcta should shoulder more ; Church and the United Daughters to the music of the store hours during (the Yule shopping Smith five blcieks RcHleluH her daughter, nhn h
north of
"Quintet," which In ofI and Dclidous Dishes all In one sl'IIII'el over our toniiniinlly. Its
| comprised
otlic! s eel that of the season : iiurvlved by tight -
load Confederacy randehllcUuft.ncven ,
Skipper Hill, Chuck Jones Dawn i bounteous meal which will Include the homo of !\Mrs F L Crucc atSIO liieuu.se Ihe exciting llomctomlngi .
more able to pay should She Is survived by a daughter I Garcia, Richard Fox and Gr.gleI I the following dcllcaclei: Sweet and tltv Director of Public Works \. Heti'her, whltli' lie had first I i I 'ftstlvlllci; came to an end on Krldiiy grant'grandchildren' an* .
burden. My rervatlon Richard E. Town rnd, rcr-' Jim Beaid met with the directorsIn broken Into night" (l'rrat'rrellt.randlon' -
I Haddock Sour Shrimp Ca serole
that It breaks tl'9 Beach; a son, Samuel J. I Deviled Crab Casserole, Chicken attendance/ and !gave in Inventory 1 Ills arrest resulted from the Thouch..I, bowlna to I ho Simla Fc |j jIIl'bl'l. i .'ullI'ral service was held e>nJilduy

state laws In tils area I Charlotte, N. C: a nisitr, Tetrazlnl Ham, Turkey, Swedish I of tho Christmas lighting! and spctdy utllon of thr officers iificr ( li at llomrc'imlng (Game I at 300: p.m., In the Flrnt
the passnie/ tf No 10 : P-TA Program ToI what would be needed for this Haptixt Church
urge Swcaringen, reman with tho
Virginia Meat Balls Cod Fish Bills, Swiet they were notified by Mis Crucc was alrcut/ il'sappiilntrnent tho liciw,
contribution to better and Beach; four grandsons, Rich Be Presented ByI Potato Souffle Potato Salad, Deviled I year 1 1I when s:le came up to her home und I Pirates and tulr:. fans lift the field James T Dunnam pastor, of'M.|
discharge of Jidlclal Townsend of Jacksonville, I Eggs Shrimp Salad Chleken I It was moved by tho directors saw Durr thereSeafoods with Iho atlsfatllon of knowing a utlnpr Rurlul was In Oak Hill
.nd also favor strongly No 3 Nov. 5 I to replace some of the damaged I II 1 ( In
Kennard III Stephen Ken I I Salad Bean Salad, Fish Molds, i rial buttle had been waged, and emetery Sylvester, Ceorirl
favor the fixtures and to add extra decora.
12 they with
No IS graveside
ot sarvlce
and Stuart Kennard, all conducted
Tomato Aspic Mold Waldorf Siladi I I School : a great gima played
counties such as Nassau. The Jaycees will present the lions by Rev John
granddaughters, hunt of Nashvillo
two I and home.made Cakei and Pies i Beginning: with thi "Esrapades"on ,
mendments are summarized in .. Corrlne Cunningham of Sav. program at the monthly meeting i TICKET SALE LIMITED, PLR.J 1 I President Lewis Klnscr named I Set November 2 At '1 I Thursday evening, Georgia, on Saturday, at S. :00pm
Issue and I urge that they be Ca and Miss Marcia Eli I lof the Parent-Teacher's Association Burn Bailey and John Zcrn to weeks of I .
I CHASE VOtRS: EARLY plans and
voted on. : to be held November 5 J head committee and arrange! Recreation Center .
led and I Tounscnd, on at i up a the tlii.Hii.i and school fOUOWln'1 Pallbearers were hi r grandsons,
-tr FernandinaI I 8:00: p.m., In tho Junior High- fcr an advance visit by Santa Stuart Pavl Andrew Ryfun,
for the Elementary Cafctorlum 1 Lannon Is Named Clsus and regular visits during On Monday, November 2 at 10 prcsenltd skits In ,I Rruie
Being! the season Active pallbearers were Jnko |I i clock a Si fnim, M iNtrr of Cc'romonkn. (bar. Iteynoldit, rarl: Iteynolels,
ies and the ghastics /and the Kenneth Slurgts!! Urn Sor. The Jn\cccs Educational Committee 'Building Inspector tho shopping!! season. will ,Ic |'reunite program'"I at en thll(1''rfOll'a\( roods Ics llurns, announced, the following !I I I.eoler Keynulds und Guy Rcynolils >

that fin bixirnp In the night, I t cn. George Uiivln, Tin'man will show a film dtulmu Proponed" slire houri will rx tion (inter Auditorium In wmm n Hrsl plueo Senior lion .

help but wander why we'' and Y E. Hall wi'h the Hcliool sv tcni of another City Munaurr !David Culchil submitted lo the nurchunlH with and mi' Il' m h Fein ir, Smlilv prisinlliiK "Tic' Thick' Mis ICevnulcU wai tho grandmothir -

have a Halloween I parade : JI i I Honoiary pallbearers were II D I county in Hoi'Ida. Ken said today thai Henry I Lannnn has the pm POM. of attaining unifoim- M1Aildiip: : ; ; lliiVKumiHl of ('eliLontlnuiil Skill !Scmlin Sitond Pljte Key of :Mr\ *. Muart; Dnvl 'hud'
It takes to rig ufr I (, Is the ttlueatiunul lIy. j ol.h'I'.ln-Iaw l of W. :M\. Hrooks
the time I John T rcrreira. Dew av committee hi,'en nmcd city building Inspit'tor I on pnue Ihreci I ( lull piiHinllnif' "JoeHealth, of ;
hobgoblins It stems a Ira Hall J. C. Bennett! und i e'hllll'mlln. idnlimiul" un page t h'o'' thU tityIIOMHOMINfi .

to put them on parade J. Woodward I \Don ttobi.rts, P.TA program. Lannon replaic Randolph VtllUs Frequent Visitor ,

for a1to\ behold Twould Arrangements were In charge of ,hmrmnn urm' oil memlirs und who has rcsluncd from the r
Ideal way also to spread I Mortuary J interested citizens to attend, pout t to return to private business Dies In Code, Go.BukHtll .
for judging as to the best rI
tumcs Irrcgardless, Join In Allen Jlllles, !SO. pioinlnent I

Saturday nleht: at the Loidclu businessmun, died October

carnival In the rec center.r 17 In Crisp County 1I".pll'al.! I

.... < *r lieI'all the oilier uf' Joseph !
Allen Junes, Jr uf I'uhokec. formerly
to Hugh.
Congratulations I
of rcrnandlnu lleiieh He was' :
named president of
on being a frequent visit' "r to this tlty and 1
of Commerce for
Chamber will be. remembered by a number

coming year and lID 1 of friends und acqiaiiitances hereMineral .
retiring president was hilrl list Sunday in
devotion to dulY and
for his
CordI'It'11th inlirmcnt In kvtrgreen -

his successes leadership of the The Chamber Chamber :: I Mtmirlul GardensFernondina .

big plans for accelerated I i
and It behooves all local ) Beach

to lend whatever aid they Weather

O B tnni-nvtii W".lhr ,Htntlong.mh
I am happy to mile a \ Mi A' Un ""H'
tease In this Issue by the Thurs. (tuber 22 76 44 0

tlve committee of the frl.. Octrlxr 23 8'47') 0 I

Beach Vtomans Club : :: 100 PERCENT I IN THEIR CONTRIHUTION to the current Community thext.rnited; Sdt. CctoUr 24 70 81 0

the 13 proposed e rund drlte. and with it the distinction of being the first in Fernandma Keach with a Sin. He.,tuber 21: 70 M) 0 :

the slate constitution as they pledge from each emplo\ee are members of the Ken ice department of Florida Public Mon Oil,,"her 21\ 72 62 0 I :( (Ql'KEN.: IIHt: ( ('OtRF. AM n l'fU KSSKS.: : pictured left to right

appear general:: I on election the ballot While in lu do : I!i Utilities. Pictured from left are: C. E. Nettles L. h. Nolan, li. C. Taylor, (). R. Strick Wed Tucs... Oeteber(tuber! 28 27 75 72: 61 M 02 0 are : Junior ( la.su'" I'rlnl.'eNlInn liibb; Junhr tlasit I'rinieiM. Cindy HoltJ Janice Fowler

agree completely with all land James Tuten George Munt Jr., Vireil Il m. John \\illiamH Elbert L. Gill hand Th. .. furnl.h.d I II (;all McKendrce, flrnt runner-up. Jean Kumph, (Jueen. Monlcn: Hrook",, Henrietta

Itands I certainly respect I II contribution/ to J. I). Dauxhertr Utilities Co. division manager. Dob Cenek, CCUFDrie i ,.y.ih.r... _coMrtaiy. Holt. Sophomore Clans 1'rlnie!!!!, 1'aula Kornau ; and Freshman Claw Princess, Linda
South 7th Urn
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(Continued on page three) I chairman, and Chester Ixwell, romp any'* dl>'Won superintendent. I Ul Holm' Cauptcauv!' OUM/VM" Hunch. ... -> PHOTO IT T. N. c..a.. ,

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r Two i\ Feruamuna Bwh, Flonua 7hui'.u IlY, October 2i) ;) Tabulation Of Registered Voters By Precinct I Tn'trtKtlon: Dhtrfct Xo. t, ,Hisr-l
Miss Jean Ri'inph [Local Political Ins B. Jones, Democratic.! I
Board of Trustees
,FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER j LETTERS TO ;Precinct: W Dem. C Dem. W Rep, C Rep lad Total Continued( from Page One) Humphreys for Member Memorial Hospital, ]

ill. ASH. STREET PHONES I6146M M1-1687 1 3.379i9: 191 4 0 1 653 I (!Continued from Page One) LEGISLATIVEFor : District No. 2, Louis A. Ferrets,
2 : Bar"; and Third Place, Sciencei Member State House of <
53 19 0 1 1014 Democratic.
A'John H. NewspaperRay THE EDITOR
3 4ir 0 11 0 1 457 i Club preienting "Uttle Red"Judges Representatives. Nassau County, For Member Board of Trustees
Caldwell, Editor and Manager were Mrs Ed.fi Ji/hnson,
Hmido E. Wlngnto, Democratic Memorial Hospital
: ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION Rt. 1 I. Bra 225 4 614 533 13 5 0 1195 I Charles DcSandro, and Otto Phan- rOl'NTYFor Humphreys B. C "Bennie"Lewis !
Published every Thursday and entered at the Pout Office Fernandina Beach, Fla. j S 6(12( 57 18 :3 I 0 740 ttell.! Judge J. E. "Gene" District No.4.
,Fernandina Beach Florida, clan mall 27 Oct. 64 County Democratic
lecond mailer
at 6 398 122 4 1 0 623:
Ratest Die Editor'emandma I Miss Jean Rumph was crowned I V\estherford, Democratic For Member Board of TrusteesHumphrey
..". Mi year $2.2S t months $123 S Montha Beach News-Loader 7 543 157 17 2 0 722 Homecoming Queen this year 1 For Sheriff, H. J. YounKbood! 's Memorial Hospital
.,,. M.SO a year out of county .It)' 8 637m:> 78 8 0 1 591 chosen by popular vote, by rOl t. Detiocrstlc. District No. 5, C. W "CliH' Iii an.
-- -- !Dear Sir: !9 : 80 4 0 0 605 bal 1 co-eaptalns, Jerry Beard and For Clerk of the Clrc'ilt Court dies, Democratic
10 T21 :.1123D 11 0 0 571 I PeeWee Nc bles. Miss Gall Me- D. 0. Ox ley, Democratic 1 For Member Ocean Highway

Sui nary of Proposed Amendments an I editorial am forwarding which appeared to you herewith In Ihi 11 5U1G.1( :> 6 4 1 831 Kendree was first runmr-up Other I For Tax Asseisor, Eddie Me. and Port Authority, Group No. 1,
members of the court were Miss Kendree, Democratic 1 Harry D Johnson Democratic
'Inrlda Times Union on 24 Oct. /A4 12 1 0 0 0 J64 Monies Brooks Miss Janice Fowler I i I For Tax Collector! Ira W Hall for Member Ocean Highway

TdEBe VotedOn, Tuesday, November 3 't Is strongly urged that you pub a,131'i !) ';--118 -- llf378G9; I and Miss Henrietta Hilt.. Prln- Democratic, i and Port Authority, Croup; No, a,
'in this editorial thl.l'el.k In the ", cesses of Urn Junior Class, Miss \For Superintendent of Public i Hun Sorensen.Iemocrutie,
-1III8w1t11; Is a brief summary of t Amendment Vcwslcader as Its content Is o1' _-0-- I Ann Bbb: and Miss Cindy Holt, I Ins''ruction, Locus B. ninnkenshlp, | For County Surveyor, George
the' proposed" amendments to the EMERGENCY SUCCESSION OF Treat Importance to the people olVassau 'Miss Paula Knrnail of (lie Sopho- l Democratic I I W: lovesee, Democratic
FlorliT Constitution to be voted on PUBLIC OFFICIALS gives the County Sarasota County Florida Education Board of Directors more Class, and M'si'! Linda Bunch (For Supervisor of rteplstratlon. For JnMUe nf the Peace Din.
by the- peoople In the November. 3 Legislature authority to provide hi 'IBS voted to chance the Homestead! I o,' the Freshman Clam were also. I Dorothy Jeffreys Rjlciirh, Demo Met No. 1, Kfllon V. Moore, ,
General Election The amendmintswill line of succession for public or.I exemption'' provision of the state honllrcd.I cm t'c.' Democraltei:

Xo placed on the ballot In the I Iord I fleets to liisjre continuity of government inRlltullon as It applies to I heir Endorse Constitutional, Amendments I I The Senior Assembly held on i iI For Juice of Small Chlms For &$;\jtv:.ble, District No.1,
-tlsted. operation In periods 0' oimly therein the first $2DM.: of Friday morning, which Is a talent Court I!, V Garcia, Democratic' J. W. PutfriVDemocrntlc..
Amendment 1 I emergency; resulting from mom) valuation of a homestead would be October 21, 1961 The Florida"Chining Its application from zero show given by the members of the I For County Commissioner District I For Justice of the Peace District
.LEGISLATIVE> : stUck. Further authorises the LegIslature 'axed. The next $3,003. would be Education Association Board Nw+ ,' to $2,000 10 that It would apply'! I senior class, was said to have been No. 1, Harry Poole, Demo No. 5, PUnk Shaffer Democrat'c. .
MKNT!; gives to fill vacancies In offieras exempt. This change li needed! In erotic, r
REAPPORTIO-i.1 Directors meeting In Tallahassee"ot beyond the first $2,000 and on the the best In many years with participants d
tstflT'Zs!! the ''( '' : a result of enemy attack. Thl: Nassau County due to the fart that Its fall Executive meeting unanimously next $1000 would annly to SarsI'lnta displaying top talent. For County Commissioner, District I I for CTjnstnble, District No.5.
formula: of the Florida Legislature amendment would permit the moving there are many families who use No.3. James S. "Jimmy" Hicks Democratic
end! card five const-) ':II County only The people of The queen, her court princesses ra., ,
1 Ih-provldei for creation of forty. I of the Cnnltal! from Tallahassee the services of the schools, the pub. tutlonal amendments dealing with, Sarasota County have already ap and the Pirate Jeanette Stevens Democratic I For Jo (tleo nf the I Police, Dm-
ttOC.natorlal:: \ districts on the bas to a safer location In such lie roads, and the Mw enforcement. education, The Board voiced vigorous proved this amendment. : Gats, Connie Cms sponsors and Trlcla Scar. For County Commissioner, District tract! No tenet-economic affinity, geographicarea emergencies. agencies who pay absolutely nothIng Amendment' No. 5, John F. "Fred' Arm cistlc. _
opposition to i i bOlO shared the spotlight with the I
and There wouuld Amendment S for these services. These are strong, Sr., Democratic
population. No. Four which eliminates the For Constable. District No. II
.,, floats, decorated cars walking ,
be Jolaol of 43 Senators, one from DUTIES OF COMMISSIONER the families whose homes are completely i permanent school fund. f Polling Places and kits In the Homecoming Paradeon ) For Member Board of Public F" C. Oeljiw1',' Democratic.
district with the homestead exempt Instruction, District No, 2, HubertN.
each most populous OF AGRICULTURE delete reference The Board tork action on the I Friday afternoon. The Pirate, I Also on the ballot In the precincts .
'Ttotmtv having two Senators to the Commissioner of Agriculture' There WM a time when thA amendments Band under the directlin of Jonathan Vnnzant Democratic oC District Five will bu a
The; ,. House of Representative supervision over matters wealthy (families could and did following : I Election OfficialsPRECINCT Hill, lead fie prradc tVniig1 For Member Board of Public special election on the creationof
would be composed of 112 members pertaining to public ]lands and the stand the cost of educating all 'I Endorsed Amendment No. Two downtown Fernandina Beach, Y -- a Nassau County Recreationand
Ea'1)") of the 67 counties would have Bureau of) Immigration. The i- children. The federal governmentwith which deals with a longer! term No 1 I State Board of Health( for their Water Conservation and Con.
at least one representative with mendment remove from the ConMHitton the Income tax has almost for the Bonrd of Cinlrnl. The FEA I POLLING PLACE: Courthousecorner Winners In the parade Place were Fu: I approval. trol District No. I and the hor-
the remaining 45/ renrenentatives r.-r.nt" tit matters over completely eliminated the "weal. Board urged Us support as a good Center and 5th Streets, Decorated Cars: First America Sicrnd: Mayor Johnson reported that n.wint of an amount not exceeding .
assigned to the larger counties in which the Commissioner of Agriculture / 'hv" man, and! Increasing eovn'v move Ir strengthening public Fernandina Beach, Florida. turo Teachers of Club and; Science he had been In contact wllh the I Two Hundred Fifty Thousand
proportion to their population. This no longer exercises responsibility. taxes on nonexempt property Is cation at the university level.The edu.1 I CLERK: Mary Agnes White I I Place,Club.tie, Spanish Sk.ts: FirstPlace U. S. Corps of Engineers of the ] Dollars by the Board for the construction .
Walking :
amendment provides for reappor. taking a further dig at his decreasing FEA Board endorsed INSPECTORS: : Edna R. Weimer.I. SecondPlaet' I Savannah District and that work and. operation of said
tlonmcnt of the Legislature in 1971 Amendment I I pocketbook. We, therefore can mcndment No. Three which! gives D. Venlta S Henderson, Corinne I I Junior Freshmen Class and; Third on the beach revetment here Is I District.
and every 10 yean thereafter no longer expect someone else to .I. Class; I
CIVIL JURY TRIALS DADE an extension of time limits for Pence Freeman Katherine Birth Club. Floats expected to begin within the next
In Jlew of recent United States COUNTY allows civil Jury trialsIn : pay our bills and we can expect to earmarking motor vehicle tax for ] Flora 0. Mitchell, Bride R. IJIckt'y.I Place, Photography!: Class and: few days.A .
Sujireine Court decisions on apportionments have a first class If First Place, tic Senior
county only
branch courthouses In Dade I school. Ed Henderson. PRECINCT No t Class and Second I letter was read from the Merchants .
I ;
there are Indicationsthat we have first class citizen A
County. The amendment modifies per. of the FEA
tlve Secretary POLLING PLACE: American I Place Junior Honor Society I II Association In appreciationof HELP
this amendment be declared
may who li not his
paying own
way I
that all of
the requirement county Board
that the FEA Legion Home, corner 11th and past assistance with Christmas
unconstitutional and removed by paying his fair share of the hors W. L. Webb Mrs. L. E. J
flees be in the county seat It.1 amendment because the extensionof I I Center Streets, Fermndina Beach, I I lighting/ : and soliciting the same STOP
from the ballot. does require however, that the taxes cannot look upon himself as time for the earmarking of Florida. Sellers, Rev. N. P. Mnyer
aid with this
,, Amendment t Bob Ccnck, and L. year's plans. MALICIOUS
? a first class citizen Maxwell, Jr.
office of the clerks fees for public ?
principal vehicle license
motor CLERK: Etta Mae Lamhrlght. A letter also was read from the I
BOARD OF REGENTS allows other officers be maintained! in I It Is urged that all voters vote"Yes" schools capital outlay projectsIs I I INSPECTORS: Mary L. Leary, I I.. Bohannon were parade Judges.In Jaycees commending the city for I WOODSr
the Leg-Mature to establish nine- the seat to the 13th Amendment view of the fact opening ceremonies the honorecs .
county Important In Florlne L. Dudley Ruth E. Mathews I the fine job done during and In )
year terms of office for the memo Amendment It I which will appear on the ballot on that In our rapidly growing state I' Maude Allen Smith Edna end their escorts were Introduced '' the aftermath of Hurricane Dora BURNING !

born of the board which oversees JUDICIAL CIRCUITS Inert'u.1 3, Nov. M, This amendment applies It Is Important to continue helpIng Dycss Grant, Melba H. Shiver, I while the band:\ played"SweeOteart I J. C. Campbell appeared for the )
and universities
state colleges es from 18 to 20 the maximum only to Sarasota County but It Is counties provide! much needed I Jimmy Lou Townsend, Betty Vran- of Sigma Chi" In the Jaycees and asked permission to
(Board of The
Regents) present
number of Judicial circuits I that maybe necessary (for the voters of the entire school buildings./ A section taken ckcn. background. I use the airport on Nov. 13 for
Constitutional provision prohibits established I by the Legislature 1 state to approve what Sarasota from a State: Department of Education PRECINCT No. t The Pirate Band performed In motorcycle races Sorensen said
the, creation of any office having It require that each Judicial circuit wants for Itself. Rcleas on School Cnnltil I POLLING PLACE! Auditorium I greatest form during the lialf-time ,, that he was In accord with (he
of than
t term membership longer bi composed of a county or'' It Is further urged that each tax. Outlay Amendment No. Three, Recreation Center Atlantic Ave show featuring the mijorettci in a I request and the Jaycees were asked .
four, years.Ammdmeat I contiguous counties having not less payer contact our State Senator October, 1964, states that 60 sue Fernandina Beach, Florida. I fire baton routine t to the strains of to mall the necessary arringcmrnls -
SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION than fifty thousand Inhabitants and Representative and urge themto Ida coi-ntles have! received a Flor.1 I CLERK: Catherine M. Rhatlgan. the "Sabre Dance". with the city manager
? except Monroe County may constitute present an amendment to the of $lB8s BONDS bond--extends to the year 2,000 funds one clrcut Irrespective of Stale Constitution which would give sate proceeds! to meet their school Jennie F. Corbctt Ava D. Swnlls, ; among the Pirates at the loss of ,
the, program providing population. It further provides that Nassau County the power to tax construction needs since Novem. Patty Phillips. the Homecoming Game 15 to 14,
for public school construction. The I :
amendment would continue the there shall be no reduction In the I all persons their fair share. ber, 19 ,3. It Is Interesting to note PRECINCT No. 4 but the chance to keep the season
method of repaying the bonds present I number of circuit Judges residingIn Respectfully yours; that Florida ranks third among I POLLINC PLACE: City Hall, at one loss will come tomorrow
through revenues derived from the any county as a result of any Eoer B. Philips the slates In rate of growth and! corner 2nd and Ash Streets Fer.I night when they meet the Callalnn LOANS.
future changes In a Judicial circuit fr v'rOctober anticipates a continuing annuM nandlna Beach Florida. Ramblers. .. .
licensing of motor vehicles. It Increases
the maximum bond Interest I Amendment 11 20, 1064 Increase of approximately 50000 I I CLERK: Dolly 0. DuBnll.I Homecoming lend to a successful .
< and CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION -I The EditorFernandina pupils per year These pupils will I INSPECTORS: Ethel G. MeKendree and rewarding end as Miss
rate !room 4r' to 4',4. provides I Beach Newn Lender require during the next decade :I Rumph, escorted by Deryl Rice,
an additional method of determining I provides that either branch of the Betty E. Beugnct. Nellie TO BUY OR BUILDWhether
instruction units for the Legislature may propose a revision 511 Ash Rt.Ft'rnandlna, almost 1700 new classrooms an. R. Shrllon, Lsvora L. Bunker began the first dance, Joined by
of distributing the fund., of all or part of the State Constitution Beach Florida niiol'v. The proposed Amendment I Lenta H. Swearlngen. Dora H. their fellow students to climax the
pnrpese Amendment 4 I s'lblect to itnprnvnl of the people Dear Sir:, No. Three will extend this caplti! Kelly, Anna Dermas, Joanna Tho. 14! Homecoming of F.BHS.

STATE SCHOOL FUND provides ,. Under existing law, the Lrgls.lature / ''Your Item In the October 22 Issue outlay program! an 'additional mas Cook' Fannie A. Davis Jr. I Senior Class sponsors are Mrs
that the prlnclpsl as well as I cannot Itself! draft a revisionof of the Fernandlna Belch News-I I'seventeen years through,l'W9 and I PRECINCT No S Bill ChUrls ;Jlrs. A. L. Si-thcr, Mrs. You're Looking .
based on expected pupil Increase I I I I I I Elizabeth Dressier, and Mr. Press; ti4e
the Interest of the Slate SchoolFund the entire Constitution but lathr Leader pertaining to the State Audit POLLING PLACE: Building at
be lined for constructionof J I I mast leave ,the dc'nils up to a of t Ilio various County depart'mcnts. I the extension will provide coon Five Points, Fcrnandina Beach, Jamison. At
may i I' Blueprints or
'lies ).
with an estimated $140001)000 I ,
public schools. Including junior'I Constitutional Convention which makes me wonder just what i Florida,
colleges end universities. The Constitution does )pot submit Itsrevislon tu your rinloBophy Is toward both for school buildings during the i I I 1 CLERK: Helen Joyce Brooks. d'?

now permits only the Interest the people. News Paper reporting and. Good I I next seventeen years: If growth INSPECTORS: Cleo E. Braddock I City Commission For Sale, OurFinancing ..
funds avail. .
exceeds expectations j i.
from the fund to be distrl- Amendment Government. Whether It Is one of I I Aminda McFarland Caro. 'II.
hutod. EXTENSION: 'OF GAS TAX FOR apology/ and kick It under the rug/, able will Increase proportionallY lyn F Music Lillian H. Still, Ruby (Continued from Page: One) : Can Help > tf ,!"
AMENDMENT S ROADS! -extends to the year 2018 or as, I feel sure, the people of this :I Amendment No, Four Spending ] M. Hamm Carrie H. Tyson IneiR I houis of 7 s.m. to 1 a.m. Mon. ... r.--....>
SCHOOL. SUPERINTENDENTS- the allocation of the two cents "Sec good County would like to have II: Slate School Fund for Capital Out. Lnndrcss, Zola A. Brazell, Juanita day through: Friday and from 7 You Take Prompt : ; 'I.
prrmlis: a local option election in mid Gas Tax" to the State Road Oblecthe Informative and Factual lay: The FEA Bosrd of Directors Wilson. Jr.PRECINCT. a m, to 12 midnight! on Saturdijs. ,:
p M'tn'n' counties us to whether the i Oixtributlon Trust Fund. Presently T i 1 urged defeat of this amendment.' No. I I The eslablislirm fit present are Sound Action 0."e.....= _'': -:,
County Superintendent of Public this money, derived from sale of !' Deferring to the results of the because the Interest from the'prln. \ POLLING PLACE: County Dulld.Inll required to close at 12 p.m. Mon
Instruction shall be elected by pop. gasoline, Is earmarked through: the State Audit as published In the cipal or this fund has, throughout ,,, at O'Nell. | day through Saturday :None of
ular vote or appointed by the County year 1913.I II'I Florida Times Union on 1A October, the years, been given to the State t ,I CLERK: Gladys M. Molt. the downtown establishments are
Board of Public Instruction. I Ameidmenl IS 1MI4! pertaining to Nassau County, of Florida for the exclusive'' use INSPECTORS: Edna J.. Evatt. permitted to be open on Sunilnys Let's Discuss It Before
Counties Involved are Escamblaa, SARASOTA COUNTY: HOMESTEAD I don't sec how anyone could call of public schools. It Is Interentingl! Nellie G. Jones, Myrtle M. Mvlogy, I A resolution sane passed requesting .
Lake Martin Okeechobce Palm EXEMPTION: provides the deficiencies! Minor without to note that Malcolm B Johnsrn Ruhy EestcrlliK, Agnes L. Wilder, tile County Commissionto You Build Refinance
Bench Putnam and Seminole that she ,first $2,009 of the assessed some explanation. II writing In the Talhh"sspe Dem-' Magollne M. Walker. request the Florldi Ralliond ,
Amendment I Valuation:I of ten exempt homes'ea'l I Returning vehicles\ I seized by the Brat, has slated that, "When' PRECINCT No, 7 and PLfclic Utilities Commission ,
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT' : property In Sarasota County skull Beverage department to the owner :I Florida became a Stale, the fed-i\ POLLING PLACE: County to take under their Jiirlsdlilliin, Or BuyFernandina
TAYLOR COUNTY permits a be taxable I four schorl< purposes only without legal authority or rl'ct'lpt.1dlRposlnc i I oral Government deeded It the Ifith Biiildlno it Yulee, Florida. the request of the Florida Public
liical' 'option election In Taylor and that the I next $:>,000 of assess.1)I I of augur seized by :the section of every township <64fllacres I II CLERK: Louise 0. Floood. | Utilities: Co. fcr, an Increase in the
County only as to whether the County ed valuation (from $2,000 to $7,000)) Beverage I>pl. or any other law out of each 10240-ocrp, INSPECTORS: O'a Jones Hat- local water rrtes.Bohniiurn Federal
Superintendent of Public Instruction shall be exempt from taxation fr enforcement agency without legal I I blink) for pi'b'ie sehoil purposes.t tic Hughes, Dana D. Swails. Mrs,, mined ad, pI Ion of
shall be elected by popular school purposes. The amendment;: I I I authoilly and the Incompetency of I I t Authors of the Stair Constitution Hester E. Campbell Louise E. the resolution. Hilton Kitchens

vole or whether he shall be appointed does not seek to chunife the $5.000 the Nassau County Mosquito control wrote In a provision tint proceedsfrom Terrell, Marv J. Anding.PRECINCT seconded, and Sorens-n and John
by the County Board ort Homestead Exemption from Inx.itle.n Board. The actions (fiscal) by I role, rent or other use of No. I Tiliukns voted >cs. Miyor E. J. Savings & Loan Assn.
Public.Instruction. for other than sqlmnl! purposes.' 'I on elected' ConMnblc and the handling !: those In-uls: should be placed In.. POISING PLACE: Masonic | J ohn rn'ulrd no.
tt __JI_ t__.__ e7. s II of -tne Boulmmnc trust' ,fund' )the State! -School Fiml) i loom I I Temple "Building HltllaTd Flclr.i City Manager "')1Vld 6.itthol: a .. t'' '2ol Atlantic ".
.. I with it's deficit, etc. I which iVe' I lerert"alone'' snuld be Ida. : was authorized, tn prayed,) with Arcr.ue

:, Who made these deals, and who ''exclusively applied to the support; CLERK: Esther Wade, the submitting ef newer Specifications ,
'[benefited by them, or was It mere and maintenance of public free INSPECTORS: : Mrs. Selda Payne, and plans to the Florida I
1,4M stupidity and Incompetence Where schools.'" Furthermore, "The fund Mrs. Dcllle E. Haling Mrs. Rose I II .

should the three surplus Fire Trucks still owns 81,003 acres of original I Hudson, Mrs. Anne II Belford I I
that were purchased by the county, school lands spotted all over the Mrs. Caroline D. Smith, Mrs. Cora
probably at the direction of boss map. They are valued for sale ala H. Johnson Mrs Leone D. Ennls.
Preston now located] at Yulee be t'onRt'I'\'nllvl' !figure!! of $S,000.000. ., PRECINCT Ne. C I IIIl1l1ard. SPECIAL I Heat5 Rooms I
loentedT Another oil strike near nnv tract I POLLING: PLACE: Town Hall,
would put I the oil lease rental at
These are some of the things that Florida.
the people of this County would I more than a dollar an icro a yeir. CLERK: Mrs. Mary C. Wilkln-
like to know. At least I believe 011 found on any of these school I Beautiful Thermolaire
they would like to know It's their | lands would turn one-eighth of son.INSPECTORS! : Mrs Dorothy R.
M money that Is being kicked around. the production Into the fund. A Kachn. Mrs. Audrey E. White
If you believe that the big city few wells pumping!! 30.23 per barrel Mrs Myrtls J. Simpson Coiner-
.. I News Papers Just like to pick on I day and nluht Into the school' Inc Smith Johnson, Julia J. Moore RC-40 Gas Heater
I small Counties, as you stated In fund would make It something of Maudle R. Henderson.
1 voiir article, All I con say Is; (thank the financial fountain Its found- PRECINCT No. 10

ADD A ROOM TO YOUR HOME I "God" fur the big city papers that I ers' hoped for Tho Permanent POLLING PLACE: TOil n Hall P t
hive the Intestinal fortitude to tell School Fund Is \\mklnu bird at Callahan. Florida.
school eenxtruction fluiiicing, \ rluhtnow. CLERK Mrs. Jennie S. Long :
the people (he facts If you : ..

= WITH YOUR FOUNTAIN PEN error reason, or.to believe as you the staled Audit In was voiir In I TiOnm. More:Is hne'tod t'un,: In half' Floilda':of: I II'II.Silt.!, Mlell.INSPECTORS: Mrs Maxine: B.. McKcndrec.Bessie Ola Installed(

paper. Minor then why not publish bonds and same In r'nrldn' road :Mrs. Beatrice O'Qulnn. Mrs. Gertrude
Why wait to be corn your findings that so satisfied ynuI I und Midge( bonds :Managers!: of P. Meredith Mrs. Mamie

portable: when a loan I i that l'Vl'r'lhlnlll'a.. so lily white the fund have used It to bolster Tones Mrs. D'rs Dell Brookins. Gas
Urom our bank willjsoak. !I i end from what source your Information the marketability nf Florida binds Mrs. Edith, P. Flvnn.PRECINCT With

whatever Imrovements : comes f from, I'ftd of tryingto : i i' When bond: dealers, I bidding:: u:3: Ne 11 ,
npoloclze sad kick under the these i issues know !the School POLLING! PLACE: Health ClinicIn
:' your will buy a portion of the Int. they Md'4itlti11.r1f114
rug It may help someone In the Brandies Building on Oak St.,
::JItart desires. next County elections sro Inclined to submit better Callahan Florida. 1e Just

:Don't put It off See Respectfully !I bids. CLERK: Mrs Lucie W. Spur-

;us about low-cost fie Thomas R. Overtstreet I Other amendments unanimously lack
ianclng. that will IN 1 1 105\ Sadler Road !, supported by the FEA Beard INSPECTOR: : Mrs. Lucinda
make Fernandlna Beach Florida were Nos. Five and Six which Ogllvle Ray Mrs. Wlanle Rowe, :
your Sgl/MaJ. U. S. Army more pleasant, more counties! the privilege of deciding more Mrs. Hattie Ella Hlgginhotham. -
livable, more salable TROPICAL DEPRESSION by referendum whether or not to Mr. Jessie G. Layton
A tropical deoresslon Is sn area '' appoint, a superln'rndent. Hender :Mrs Margaret Elizabeth Boise.
wFLORIDA of low atmospheric pressure originating son stitcd "This provision for i :Mrs. Stella Frances Evans. w. COMPLETE WITH TAX
over tropical waters wl'hI heal d"lermlnutlen Is grad government PRECINCT No. I 12 '
" I winds blowing counterclockwise : ." POLLING PLACE!!:: Brvcevllle Fm Phone 225.5146i
National Bank around the center at speeds less Henderson further stated th.itAmendment School House. Brycevllle Florida

...... -.............._- than 39 miles per hour No. Thirteen which CLERK: Mrs. Mary Leona
." = atF.rnartdirHile. .h I I I the people! of Sarasota County Meads.
", I| Rags were the only matl'rlall) have already approved was also INSPECTORS: Mrs.\ Willow Mae Good Housekeeping Gas Co.
I a ,MM' used in making papers and It was endorsed by the n: \ Board urging Kant Mrs. Marian Shirley Parker,
- -- not until 1061 before wood with the people to Florida to ap Mrs. Dorothy Beatrice Nobles Yulee Florida L. P. Gas The Perfect FuelPtg'Q
. r I I sodium sulphite came Into aal -. ) prove II. This proposal to amend Mrs. Sadie Joe Hull. Mrs Nellie ,
b. 1 use. the Homestead Exemption by W. Boyd. i\

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Monday. October 2tlh
an or.
the poll close on November 3.
Kanizntlonnl meeting was held at
the Masonic Temple to form the
I This project la being sponsored Mothers
Hub Amelia Chapter of

by the Network Election Service I I;Z' *nhwT3i 4?"a 4"vr rah > lie Malay with Chapter Did John
(NESt a pool: arrangement of .
L Smith presiding, M isemic. sponsors
the three major broadcasting media .
/1111'111111111'1'1' rrut Mclx-an.
and the Associated Press and Eddie MelMen' Ken Wild Krr.

United Press International, mil Mil)urn and Jimmy Slcvcim' v

I The Florida Jayccrs under HIP The lollovUnq officers were elect" 4dt

leadership of Cody L. Bailey of .'t. pd Mrs .1.I T Hi"wers, president a

Pierce, will function as precinctand Mrs It. I I'. si i res, vie'e.pi'cslcle lit.

I county courthouse reporters; !Mrs, T. .1.I Clink/ secretary and

I Bailey Is put state president of .I Mrs J. M. Hud/ Ireimirer, < b QW
the Florida Jaycees and presently I I f7t The purpose of the Mi"Ihers Club

I serves as chairman of the board n Is to eix'pi'rule' with, and assist the W

I The Jaycee coordinator for the i Y Advise rv Council ef the Order of
+ at
coverage In Nassau Countjy Is Don r De M"liA me In Chaptr! In

W Roberts promoting( the' welfare of the Chapter I

ABC News was assigned to FlorIda "( I.EAIl SAILING" THEME for the Senior Class float \\ hlC'hU4! a tie for first piece and Its numbers, : to serve

with the stele collection ccne- in the Homecoming I Parade Friday afternoon Seated in the boat is Miss Hobbi Becton.wd the Chapter' and strengthen:' the
ter at the Convention Hall on MI. interest ol the buys eif HIP t>e' Mo-!

ami Beach On election night, IllYI II h their alms inwards a

some 300 persons working In all hither standard/ : I ef thinking/ and

RUSTY BURTON Srar capacities at the center will report living: and l t""> provide the things (

> .old ion of Mr, and Mrs the Florida totals to NES nnlv a' mothers Inlrr'hllml awe *y.aj1e?

March\ Burton of Cllrona I>r., In New York City where they will mans h mil tan nicemplish
be released to networks andI Ire A rcRilir mi't'ling was held emWeelnosdiv
van a* usual, "Mr. I'cruma'. services Oitoiler( SKth with a LOVELY( : MISS JEAN: IUJ II'II! being crowned lIumC'C'/lm.

llv I'luk" as he turned full fine alii'' 'Helmut' ', Hill cooperation,
on /
log queen) by IHlthallI''lIptlllnM
(1(1) Beard anti
A total of 14)3!) Jaycee reporters ( ) Jerry
nonage to catch the cameraman will be reporting In with election wnn' pledueil' ( bv Iliosc" present |III (right ) I'l'eNohle4! at the conclusion eif the "PirateENcitpadets" )'
further the interest| eif I the hovs of
i rye while decked out In
results\ from all over the stile on :: on Thursday e\ enin/C/ ,
I Pirate helmet and carrying I election night They will cover all the Older\ ef De Moliiv. Amelia ;

the pigskin but slightly dragging precinct polling places In the six Chapter.

the colon, following the teen major counties (most populous Ihe liilliwing ciunmittec chair
Pirate Escapades Thursday I nWIII'I'e iippeiliitcel: Mrs Pearl Golf Tournament
!, where 80'; of the registered I ,
nIght during FBII3 llomeconi- voters reside Johnson/'. halt| linn' Mis MiiiuniHalley

log. i Wjivs, inel.me'ins: Mrs I ?

I .'ra 111'1 s liinih rtfitshmtnts: I I
Tom Timmerman New Enters SemiFinalsThe
Mrs Ma Slurs liiplim: Mrs. 1

Parts Dept. ManagerAt Sarah UIt'llt l Mm Mollie ""Seh

I and Shin. llnlmi.. (Ink. .
unit UyUiws
Woodward Motor Krnanellna Breach Golf As. I'd Jeers tu deeps\ the top sped .111..
and Mrs M.tele\ 'Urn' 'lihiunpublic ,,
OYSTERSOn : lII: ., I satiation' Championship Tom'nil. (that flljilMior; ,

I Jack Woodward announced this )I ) meal Is In the Il'ml-lInnl round I Alvirea meets Arthur Henshuw .
ItI aN (diiiilul, ID liiilel regular with play In nil\ (lights to be
Half Shell week that Tom Timmerman his I / com In the ", 'ml.llnllis of the kl!(!.
assumed duties as manager of the mecllngii on tI10llrlh Ucdnes plead by Sunday night und flight/ and the winner will gain

parts department at Woodward I day ol each mush,, coneiirrently' In tho championship flight, Andy the Und round against lieilwrtDaniel
Surf !1 with the DC Molay lluipler Anderson will meet L. C. Shave
RestaurantAcross Motor Co., the position formerly who has already won his
I tied with the Senior Class for first in the Homecoming Parade the DC
held by John Barnlak float that place to serve rtfrcshimnls tu I and Jesse Titter Is pilled agulimt lI'ml.fhll,1, mulch against Kin:

From Ocean Pier I A native of Augusta Ga., Tim. -- Molay after the l David Smith Forehand "

i PRIVATE DINING ROOM merman comes here from Stirke Rayonier Promotes Bus To Transport Soldier-of-Month In the first night, Then, J Shave, In the third flight/ Arch ]fa relit-
: An experienced parts manager, he I II I ml'l'lInll"I Jr, has a bye in the semi.finals meets Charles Toinlliison and fete

FOR PARTIES, CLUBS, I 1 will continue to give! the courteous, Jones To MachineSuperintendent I Goblins, Spooks To At Fort Greely FOLLOW I and will meet the winner of a Ingram/ meets the winner of 'a

ETC. efficient service to customers they Posti Hallowe'en CarnivalIn I match between Fred Osleen and match \between Burns Bailey and
I have experienced at the Chevrolet I Ray Landrcss

I agency through the years, Wood. the Interest of people living a+ rMea t Bill Miller has a bye to the fin.

ward added t in the downtown arcs, there will I Seafoods School tils in the fourth flight duo to a de
ALLATONCEYOUR Barnlak Is now with Barbados a. ta.tyY be a school bus available to trans I fault and will meet Funk Lam-

Seafood Co., Barbados BWI o r port Koblms and spooks," along (Continued from I'ugc One) bright: in the finals Lamhrlght also'

t with their paients. from' two mid. I ? loge Talk, Maryland will |'icwnt" advanced due In a default
town locations to the Carnival at "yam the "pi'OKI'am, She in a w1 I known
CD Sets ClassesFor In the fifth flight/ Hob Phinuey, .
the Recreation Center Home/ Economist: with the USHineieu .
i if ommeielal l"iKheiliHHuh has /gained the- final round and will
Radiological The 'Halloween Special" will ,,, tdttwt I ,
und Wildlife StivieCH" She meet the wlniiir ef a semllinul
BILLS Monitors In mule four trips from town between
CountyA ,
HUH presented" fish cookery dem mulch bitween I.emnie HulUngs.
6O() and 7:00 .
: p.m., : p m
onstiationn In slates and
two hour refresher class for Beginning: from the pinking lot I nueny we( rth and Tom Uigby
hns uPI"'III'd Oil mime i nun televlnlon '-
ARE Radiological Monitors will be behind the County Court louse, | | Turn'm}' dull'man, I lUll i thus
and fmlio find .
held at 7:30: pm, !November: Id. the bus will travel up Atlantic + : not traveling, Mho poKiiemHWhen winks I ask. all temti'slants to arrange: ,

PAID In the Juniqr High, SFMooi Cafeteiia Avenue to the, Junior High Me- I I TRY WILLIE MATTSON : on the devtlojiniont, oi new tmntoeidn 'I their matches and complete them 1.
rernundma Bench It is mentary /School; playground I -,
if ripe's at the Ilursllll'lte.t
by Sunday night
requested that all radiological where it will stop for passengers I Ax most of Hit ladies, wire In I. kitchen.

I monitoring personnel In the Fern. and then move on to the Carnival Jacksonville Tuesday pluylng In
I andina Beach area attend I area at the Recreation Center the Sarah Shelly tournament at The program Is plannod to five BeachWeather
Interested in fund
A well this class If you have not Return trips back to town will Tlmuquana Country Club 1 or play. ices persons serv
-planned such as Home Economists: ,
checked your Inxtruments begin at 8:00 p.m. The last trip Ing matches In our Championship lunchroom ReportSieve
1 I supervisors, restau
or If you have checked will leave the Recreation ('enterat I only three entered the Low Net Rich, Observer
G.A.C. rant and leaders of 4II
they are not working; latell// 9:00: p.m. which is when the l I tourney here Llbbs Gordon had a and Hume Demonstration- Weather Station at 2663 MacGrefei
tiling them to the class with carnival clones.Gordon net 80 to win Uarrlctte Waas and Blvd.
ConsolidationLoan The Post Soldier of the Month groups a better knowledge of
New training aids just Martha Alday were the other entrants .
for October Is Sp4 Gordon Dale I seafood uses Mmi Mln R lnThureda

I from the Federal Government will I Butler Does. at the Test Center, Division This Is the first program, of I )', Oct 22 76 46 0

be demonstrated This equipment i The promotion of E. L Jones to j 2, Ft Greely, Alaska I At TlrniKiuana Adullnc Davis I, this type,. let bo/ presented In N Friday, Oct, 23 76 52 0

settles shoulJ make training more Inter. I Machine Superintendent at the Fer. :Sp;1 Deco a native of FcrmimlmaHcach hud to ploy an exlru hole to eliminate sau. County and slneei the 11.// Saturday, Oct 24 72 63 0
I nandlna Division of Bayonler' Inicorporated Continued from Page One) look basic training tit Furl Pearl Hull In the ririh A i I Is great on a nation.wide Sunday, Oct 25 72 62 0'

esting because actual demonstrations was announced today I! Florida Is growing but 'ernlln. Gordon. Ga. Ills next Flight for second place Jean i I, the program will not be avail. Monday, Oct. 26 73 6J 0

can be conducted how radioactive showing I by B. L. Rauschcrt Resident Manager dlna Bench Is missing Its fair hume was Fort Kneix, KyI military hl.rehe Ilexptr got In the Championship I abe attain anytime In the near I Tuesday, ()I't. 27 77 66 0

@ mote sources clearly radiate and how radiation share of the growth, He cited thatthe underwent Armor Training. "B"' light but ran Into trouble future Wednesday, Oct 28 73 air's:
I Jones succeeds the late Mr J. surface has barely been scratched em the back nine Others plavlng -
can be controlled here In exploiting' the altrac-1 The son of Mrs Clara Heel Shirley Shave, Nancy Her
all outttand I Kltlrcll I II were ,
wrap up your I On November 23 at 7:30: p.m, tlons that are the prime Interest I and the late Odell !Dees. he arrlv.tll'or ring and Faye Williams ,
Ing obllltlon.-both old and a similar class will\ be conductedin | Shortly after graduating from i iI of tourists cd : Greely November 19, [ NrxtI rek Tucsdiy there will i
new-lnto tingle" loan It* Andrew Jackson High School In I I
the High School Cafeteria at ,I You have here all vp, off post with his be a Relay tournament, then a I
that other t
that simple! What more, the Callahan. This refresher class is Jacksonville-\ Jones joined Rayon- I to I wife, the former Sliiron/ Wrench week trim next Tuesday we will I Ienierlatn
areas use attract tourists, All l
payment term art may on for the Radiological Monitors and ler as a pulp tester In August Ittrf, daughter of Mr and Mrs How.
J gnents from llrtinswlek
need do Is
you promote, said Butler '
I your pockatbook.: instrument readers in the Calls I He was promoted to pulp Inspector In conclusion I and Wtench [ and: Jesup:: ., Fail member Is asked I

I I han Milliard area and fort those In 1953 and In 1954 he was pro. I The 21)),yecur-old soldier Is a tu bring snntlwlihi or cotiklcsHrst ( .
I '' H. F. Hugh i l Stone, Jr., was Installed .
in the Fernandina Beach YuleeI muted to the machine, In which
I test driver with Division 2, the reiund multhts have beenenmplclcd I
LOANS UP TO $600 I area who did not attend the earlier I department he has worked up the I as the new president of the I Artie tenting centers (truck and In the Championship w

class Also any one in the progression ladder | Chamber along with other officers wheel vehicle testing section His tournament In the Championship lee, MYM., .,....,4 I. 01".4) mw/e /m.IMr, N.YLa some
and directors. (Sec accompanying' Onone,. I/o/ So......, 0o.m.r
)I Newnae
G.A.C.FINANCE- I Callahan Milliard ores that can. Jones is married and he and his i duties Include lihllnn vehicles fur HlHlil Shirley Shave defeated .'..1 Plolld.
not attend the November 23 class : wife, Jo Ella, have one child, a I Stone I cross.country mobility on the rug Beth lie>nth 42 Marge!! l.annon r

should plan on attending the No. daughter Pamela, age eight presented outgoing/ prcul. god Alaskan terrain bawler Jean Hooper 2 up, Lois
I dent Reed Lewellen with handsome
a I Every
vember 16 clans in rernandma
i Carry over Belly York 4-3. and
plaque exemplary lead.
I CORPORATION Beach. I crshlp during the past year I Holy Name Society : Nancy Herring swamped Thuds I Florida OfficialSupports">1 0 ,. .
Walter J. Preston, director j I Trio Apprehended Bryce S.4, In the First Flight liar.chile .
308 Atlantic Avenue Lcwollen conducted the meet and
I :: I IdlY
i Nassau County Civil Defense, also' Communion Nov. 8
Ftrnindina Inch, Florida I I the Introduction of guests Rev I Waas elifeatcd Martin Al- : '. J.
Ttltpliain Ml.3681OFflCIl announced that classes for train (Continued from One) / Aelallno Dnvli and Sarah Al I,
I : i I Page Nelson Moyer of Memorial Methodist ). f
m Jiif -IN'UCMONVILlf ing new personnel at radiological The men eif the IIl1ly! Name Sopiety Ian hiltled for 19 holes before, the II' (
Church delivered the
monitors will be commenced I in, I The Iwo returned Sunday night of St. M it hulls Catholic march v'as derided Atlnllne, won I President L"; I "

j the near future and broke in ait:tin. this time as. lien.The Church will receive Duly tcmmuni thit en. Willie Mallsem nipped
__ :I I listed bv a juvenile who stood banquet.Fie' was held In,the J inlor Ion In .1 body at the II 0):) a,m. miss WIlli GIII'I"'n tu, win 4-3. and I Lyndon B. Johnson t... Ad.' ,". Jas. W, Ny".
Hixh tiMorlum
wateli Part and entered Sue Restaurant
was by t
stolen Saturday was recovered by lowing nu .s. biciikfist, will Sue'nit, 6.4.Cunenl .,Iiar'11 w r w.,,
the owner Shiell Sheffield, whichhe be prepared unit served! by the mile'lies. In |Ito IlilYI'II'i ''
Send A Christmas;
GreetingYou found In a discarded wishing I ladies of SI She bacl's Guild, are Slnrle'y Shuve vs Marge l.anIH .

machine In the rear of the build. Just Ramblin' Charles Long 1IIy, :Vrniic 1'iesl .n, leis Casey' vs Nancy Her.

hUThl' remainder of the cigaret dl'OlI III iiilrudicc! the guest nia'u| rlnit In Hie' ClinmplonHhlp, Ch imp.

Can Your Heart Into Us( which they had placid In a car. I ktr. Key, Lawrence rveielt: LSS : ,. loiiHhip ('IIII IIII'IIIn' bllngs ligether .
Put ton and hidden were not found (Continued from Page One) I ,It.. of ;New Sniyriid Dcuc'h. He\ 'In Itiiieh\" vs Jean< Hoeiper 4 ra ,
views and tenurnlululc them
mill lie-llv York vs Thaela Hrvec
On their second entry the boys
A again look the stock of cigarettes, their Interest In public affairs I Jr. 11 the I First, Flight Hurrlellc) Wins
6 High-Elementary
some cigars. another radio and vs Aililine Duvls out VtilheMji sly I 00.... J. uric L..... I .... D, 1..1., D.yl. c......
SEND Circle Nov. 14 calendar
about tl 00 In change: em your LlAUlltOOM:: MENUS |""n vs 'uyr. Wlllliims In the II.'. emu fYenmund.nl' i..TTnsn.r. ,
If you re a U lurmet. Thal'l the ; C.mpeilne Tr1uru' ./PYgig. ,tnrYrIse .f Aariuiture
Officers Smith and Guest rccov.crcd toiisoliition Mirlhu) Alday vs bur
a total of 52 cartons of cigarcttes dale for the Smirgasbord by the !! November, Z.6 uh Allan and Llbba Oorelc VI ..

PHOTO GREETING CARDSSee 14 packages and 2 boxes of Women of St Peters and mighty Monday: Meat loaf, mashed poI I.lie" ille Swtatt I
fine eating Is always In store I tatoes i I ( Florida official .r. .:1 tforawlde
cigars. and the radio taken the second garden( pea, pineapple' vary >: urges
Only $2,23 for adults. and tl,00 for 'I
salad lettuceleuf eke .I.cion of President Jahnlon.
nightBond I on \ rolls and I
children rake Yulee Firemen EfI.c'i. caop.a'.on. b.n, 5'ale' and Na.eonol
butter milk
spited .
0.1'- for Perry and Hampton t> .' I i',I Slate Fish olbcmb. .II.c'l In many .aper.nc.5. of I
Choice DesignsIn was set at $2000 each $1000 on Christmas Is slipping up on us Tuesday: Chicken tttra/iiinl Fry .conomics and p'all'.. favoabl. hd.al d..

each of the two counts, that candied yams. green 'beans, wuldeirf Saturday Lesions have b..n .ponl.bl.. for floida's '.'.n.
and Its time to begin/ early Night
Beautiful Living Coloror Perry was out on bond and waiting I shopping to avoid the )last minute I sand, rolls and butter\ dale ion of ou great mll'a",' In"olla'onl.', continuing

to be sentenced In Circuit Courton I bars milk.Wedetatlay. The \'ulee, Volunteer hire Ur, d..lopm.nl of space progoms Inl.niate )'5gb.ways. .
rush and selections If you're
Black and White poor p'o'.CI'OIl' of ctu, and calli. Indul'.I."o"da .
a convletlin of grand larceny I : 1I0t t dogs' I buns putment. ill hotel. its annual
one of the early birds try your i hal b.n.f..d. In con"'uc'ion' progaml Lrl LuMNor ,
for Ihelt at a construction shaek of I baked hcpns, cileslaw. chilled fish fry Saturday ivenmv, 010. / ':
From Your Favorite local merchants first !Money! school "ni."it. hop"all and luch other 0..11., .
contractors en a jib at Container spent at hume means added pro. peaches clircolatc hip cixkicn hei, II: kt th. Yul,.. (fail Ink w'al,' proj.CII 01 Ih. C'OIl Snare earga Canol, Il '

Corporation of Ameriea milk Serving will begin at 5 p,m. and,)
Priced As Low As 11 Vic Each For Kress
for |
Hampton v
breaking and' entering Western Some hobbies. like golf and! steamed but II. J. YmmKbleiod ill
Black and White or 28c For Color.T. rice Carrot 'ttleks Florida Needs President Johnson
Auto South 8th St several
on be on hund I to prepare' his fain
fishing, are th nils you g> goofy lard( spinach rolls and butter
month ago over to keep from going nutsSome cherry ctbbler milk gas huxhpuipie| '
Also admitted to was the break. rrlelaj :P"hh dicks tartarsuuec A live I ami will provide music President Johnson Needs Your Vote ': ::

H. KING( PHOTO SHOP Inn lot, drink boxes In South 8th .and 1 nteituiiiment during the
people keep you from beInu buttered parsley pi talusfroen .
SI. using tire tool too leine'v' while either IIIt'nmake green limas. cernbreud and e-venmir mid H pin.til',IP TV will Vote Democratic November 3rd

(ORNfcK( ASH AM I FIFTH STREETS The trio sea arrested by Olfecr you wish you were. bitter( plain cake w, orange saute, In given to the one holding the
Smith and Sgt Guest and cone.mended Ine" 'I \' ticket.'l'Itketo .
--- mlk, ore 'too high 'lot to ( home
Next To Merle' Norman Cosmetic Studio fur their upe-edy work In. I ore en. mill. er. milliunhincil '/ !h. you soy

the apprehension;: by Police Chief'I I'J. Trade At Home ---- -- at th. dinner, and the 1.11 p.liar.l./r..' __ ....4 fs, sr "'". riwiM balsa. JduNwi. MWLlT1LE .

R Parker I I, Try A Classified Ad public U cordially invited. I 6"Ms5.. rgittf, Thomas I. Iieaua' ., JI. ,..."..... _


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1Essaa guws' t.n..LtoM, }'erurafftt, ue"ci\, r'crlua-Tnuleu;+Y, uacur fey, HIIH t Women of St. Peter's
Hallowe'en Poster I Bride-Elect
i Episcopal Church

I Fishier Home Scene For UDC I December BrideElectfflt'iI' Winners In Annual! I Elect OfficersThe

HPI third quarterly meeting of I
Attend .
Luncheon, Dignitaries Contest By P-TA y. (lie Women of St Peter'I Eplneop.ol : I!,
held on October
Church was
'Mrs II. Grady Mathews, wemd tion. Each chapter" mint do It* I :#> '\ ,I A. the "Witching Uo.,," drawn 26, at S 00 p.m. In Whitney Hall
vise-pTe Ideal general of the United part, she emttlniH-d. to help Florida J I 1'II'.r for the annual P.TA IIpl- The president, Mr*. ElixnhethGninet
Daughters of the Confederacyand ( keep lie "place In the mm". '" I'I i4yr3a % lowe'en Carnival, the prize win. opened\ the meeting/ with
several Florida Division off). The other (Hate officers also I tern In the Pouter Contest are words of welcome! to throw pre .
tern were honor guests Wednesday nofte Briefly, offering help In their announced as follows! enl. which was followed by the dc.vrtlnnal. .

October 21, at a covered dleh lull' different; field of endeavor: ; andrrnnpttmmtlftg I tat mid 2rd irait'si; .
cheon/ given by the Amelia MmdOjiptrr "' the Amelia Inland First Mrs. A. A. Routine Secretiry.
to nfflclallv open Its 114. Chapter on Ms work. Mr. Jones ; lit -, Laura lynn Mot'ayn'.v, tYNr' rove her report followed by MM.
'85 year The setting for the, af. offered. assistance In organlrlng a i i i grade F, L. Jones Riving the treaRurrr'i
Second! Corm I" Ilnll, 2nd
fair was the Atlantic Avemw horn (oral chanter nf the Children of ti t..e<.' y, t ,ratll'. report
of Mrs H W Fishier, who I II alsn the Confederacy, on which' the 3 The 1065 slate of officers wan
a recently elected State! officer. group I II at present working Third Cnry Prnn, 2nd grade, electert Pwideit. MM. roll' VI...
Honorab'o. '! Mention -- Peter carrnnrto Vlcl-Prrllldl'nl.! Mri. A.
Other dignitaries unending' / Ihs The luncheon able was overlaid I
luncheon were Mrs 1"'lIh" A. Tier.nn with a handsrme white linen cut. Lii I Catherwnnd, 2nd grade, % A. Bndlne: !Secretary, Mrs F. L.Jonl's .
president nf the( Florida Div work rtrth with a red satin streamer I x .3rd aril, Ith r.rndes: ; and Treasurer Mrs Don
Islon.l\Irl. Thom W Lester. 'N!. down the center A stately arrangement First David Ilardec, 4th ft's Daiigherty,'
vice-president of the Florid.D1vl.lon of red white and blue I grade During the builneiu eMlnn\ the
graced t the I table with i P Second I'cni'lnpe nntton, following derlftlons were mAle: To
; Mr. Grady W. Jones, carnation : i [
third vice-president. Florida Division silver compotes. of red and white )I 4th prude renovate the piano In Whitney
complement Third MurVI Cnthorwood, t Hall; Women of the Church to pro.
and State Drertnr of the mint adding a ; try
Children of the Confederacy; Mr. 101K'''. Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Jr presided iI ? r 4th grade S is vide flowers for the nltir at burial
bruin J. Thlgpen Director, District at the sliver service.Thl I 4 .e P r'i Honorahlo! Mention! Jcnrrile services for Parishioners unless
I Malone :.1x1 grade, o'herwhe arranged; Plans for con.t'nulng
Two: Mrs. Z, 0. Holland meeting which was held' ,
5lh and 6lh f.rai'olFlrrt ; : '! the nursery during the 10.
Florida Division treasurer; and prior to the luncheon, wet presided f' Uon'eo'! lips rnrr, Gth '" for
State j jk r< Ts.t m servrre.r: Plans
Mr..C. Love Bryan former over by Miss Marie Cone, president I ,
: (Trade Christmas buffet to be held
Mrs Fishier is Gordon T, Butler, supper
Historian RI'I'Od'I'U Mr* chap: IOn Second Julio fith
Taylor, on December 10, Seaside Inn a>
of Cn sses for the lain, opened the meeting with a
grade .t.tr .tu Louis Lowe
limp and pent president of the Amelia special\ prayer for member who I IUI. I Third Djhrt !Sims' B'h: crude, and 7:00: Mrs n m. J. H. Sellto make theneressary
Island Chapter. are After the pledge to the flag k 4 Honorable Mention Louise
I i -- arranecmenti; Need far
MrL: Matheus, who brought and the salute to the! Confederateflag '"- Hrltton 6th grade, dded number of Altar Oiillil
greetings from (lie ,' the names of the new officers : '". 7lh and ftth nidus; those Interested to contact! Father
prt"ldl'n.gener.1 i I. ; I !
at, ipike! to the were read by the secretary. -; .t
IIf Bcliotarshlps Sho point.cd officers Miss Marie I ..t'jJr' ; 'o. '6 First Wayne Vbcirrnndo, Ellison; and final plans dlirnwd
pnrtanu The are: Smrreaihrrd by
7th rradc.Sieon fur the annual
nut that '3110)) 03 I H Invested In Cone, president; Mrs. C. B. Brew, < (
scholarships In the !general organization trn, 1st vice president ; Mrs A. L, I J Eddie Ilaidi-e, ftth "L\ \MrsV. G.refreshmrn's Brooks, Chairman.were served .
1-i Delicious
with $.12.00 In the Fl'irlctn !Set; her 2nd vice president; Mrs. j grade if in attendance
Scholarship Fund Mr*. Matlr<'w' Herbert White. 3rd vice! president; '::) /.; .. Thirl Janice Lewcllcn, 7th ..1 to
also tressed the Importance of the 1 Mrs. E. P. Wilson, Jr., secretary; < annual essay contests sponsored by I Mrs. N. D. Richard of Jacksonville ? Honorable Mention Janie Ann Courson Is
M I l\: .. till
(jhe chapters In the high idols of treasurer; Mri. 1. B. if< ; ;;-.w:,"" 'L ", Stouffer, 7th grade I Soeciol Student At
the Nation. She said that the essay son, corresponding! / secretary Thomp-I; i"" ,;:Of<:. >, < Prize are to be awarded to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sherman of by the Fred C. miner Construe-

this| year Is especially Important, J, C. Bennett, Jr,, 'F' 'f' 'I 4. v' the winners on October Slat at this city announce the cngigcmcnt i, lion Company In Jacksonville Baptist SeminaryNEW
It. title being. "Jefferson Davis crosses; Mrs Carl Quntllcbaum, the Hallowe'en Carnival.The I| of their daughter, Edna Jane to, The wedding will be an event of I ORLEANS Ann Jntk.
and His Achlcvcmeents"! The book historian and Mrs G, T. Butler, I Mr. and Mrs Thomas William lis I Candler Hicks of Tampa. Poster Committee wl.hes Donald Allen Dixon, son of Mrs January 2 at 4 o'clock at the First son Courson has enrolled In New
bearing this title his been placedIn regtstrcr and chiplaln. Oliver, Jr. announce the engagement Ensign Hick attended the Univ. to thank all students participating Juanlta Dixon Madison\ and Mr. Baptist Church Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
the local high school library! for The treasurer' report! followed,i of their daughter, Mary Ann, erslty of Florida where he was and teachers and parents for I' T. J. Dixon of Tallahassee. No Invitations are being sent but ( ai a Special Student
the convenience of any junior nrjenlog after .wkkh Miss Cone Introduced I| of his fraternity, Delta Miss\ Sherman Is a I 14 graduateof
hi h Ensign Lewis Candler Hicks, president! encouraging the children" This 1 all relatives and friends of the A native of Fernandlna Belch,
who might be Interested and weleemed the local guests, Junior, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Lew. Tail Delta, and president of the has been a very luccessfu! effort Fcrnandlni Beach High School\ invited she Is the daughter of James War.
entering the contest. Other tour Mrs. E.: B. Philip and Miss Sarah Inter-fraternity Council He received with well over 100 fine posters I and Is presently employed! In Jack couple are cordially Jackson, Sr.
per of material win also be made I Persons Mill Parsons was asked his BBA degree from the entered in the contest. sonville. Thjrc will be a reception Immediately I ren
available. Mr*. Mathew wngnrtukrtc4Mli to read her prize-wtnning essay at the Lundy Fund, to which this University of Georgia lie Is presently \Mr. Dixon attended Madison High following the wedding, Ann graduated from Fernnndlna Unl-
Sarah Pirsons, high I ene of the meetings during the Chapter contributes, and of the new serving lit the U. S. Nival Miss School and Is presently employed I 1 In the Social l Hall High School and Florida State school
Gwen TaylorTo and has served as a
school senior and winner of tact -- verslty
<---- -
- -
Emily Vance Scholarship Fund. Reserve and stationed at Norfolk, -- -I IlIfrl.
year' contest who was I guest of fear.Mr. Fishier urged member to Mill Cone told! of the many Virginia. Become Bride "0 The \ Pat Lyons: Mrs Evelyn teacher.
the chapter Mis Parson'a easelplaced complete! papers for their children worthwhile meetings and advantages Mill Oliver will be graduatedfrom Of Tom Worship Clack: Mrs, Beatrice I Mrs.
L. Beane .oeki.t
In the Stale
third and grandchildren for membership at the Tampa convention and the University of Georgia King" Program For l'atsy Townsend, Mrs. i I FOR THE IDEAL
Mrs. Tlerman spoke briefly lot] In the proponed chapter of the urged members to consider attending with a B.A. degree She Is a member Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S. Taylor, Still, Mrs. Katherine Williams,
the group, saying that the doe not Chlldrck of the Confederacy. She the general convention which of the Kappa Alpha Theta of this city announce tho I Five Points WMUThe I !Mri. Cleo Braddock, Mrs. Pat GIFT
have to ask for the support of the i told ef the C. of C. breakfast she will be held in Richmond She rend Sorority. marriage of their approaching Woman's Missionary Union Brson, :Mrs Margie Johnson Give A
Amelia Island Chapter because she attended during the recent U. D. C. Mri Joyce Jones, Mrs. Wlllamena
a letter from one of the railroad The wedding/ will take place daughter, Owen Ellen, to Tom of the Five Points Baptist
ha had t It. She remarkedthat tonvention In Tampa. She related I I 8'a7..II, Mrs Juumta Perry, Mis.
always companies offering special rates. December 20 at Memorial Mcthn. I Make bane, son of Mr. and :Mrs. Church held Its general meeting ,
she feel that the local that of the speakers a Claudia Hitkox, .!.'.. Tluia: Barber
tlUpler one pro. Mr.. Butler dismissed the meet. dlst Church In Fernandina Beach William L. Boane, of Salina, at the church, Thursday, October
partially\ belongs to her since she lessor at the University of South leg with prayer. Kansas. Mrs. Martha Hycrs, :Mrs.
21. The meeting opened
helped Mr. R. L DIllOn, past Florida, had attended college on aU j I was Nancile Neaoe, Mrs. Marie Mid-
Besides the visiting dignitaries Miss Martha Austin Flora Barber
Miss Is with by Mrs.
Taylor lOrtl graduate
a prayer itWATCHBAND
D C. She of 7WI
State president, with It* organiza scholarship. spoke
-.. -- -. and local guests, there were nine. Honored At Bridal of Fernandina Bench High !School' which was followed with the dleton Mrs. Mildred links and I
teen members present. and Is presently employed by call to prayer by Mrs Lillian :lilt',. Betty Love

Shower Wednesday Thomas G. Hall, attorney, Still. :Mrs. Lyons dismissed the meeting .
\ Hostesses Honor Mr Beane Is scivlng In the ;, Following the business session, with pinyer.; Come In and Let Ua Dress
Miss Mirths Austin was honored U. S, Navy utationfd on the'I' Up Their Watch
Ilan TheatrePhone Service
I Miss Royal program was
Frances Gent
bridal shower Wednesday
pith a given on USS, Luce In. Charleston, South SicJunkln
At Bridal Shower evening, In the home of Carolina given by; the members which was Mrs\ the Robison Jewelry Co.
Mr*. Waco Nunei HhMllla Gwenn The wedding will be an event I( entitled, "0 Worship the King" weekend In Daytona Beach with Atlantic At 4thFriday

261.4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr.Friday Miss France Gent, brldc-clrct Taylor, co-hostess. of December fith. The attending members were: J. M Session and family.
of November 7, was the I Inspirationfor Bridal games were played with I, -
a dcllnhlfiil/ bridal shower October the prizes won by Mr. Hilda I
22 at the homo of Mrs Lois Nunez and Mr. Jessie Wrench
& Saturday Sheffield IliiHlesses with \lairs Slu-f. I The bride elect was the recipient .1.1I

field were Mrs Belly Wilcox! Mr*. of many lovely gifts '
OCTOBER 30 & 31 Patsy Crysnn and Miss Carolyn I Guests were Mr*. Luella ''Aus

Friday 7:30:: Saturday 2:30: & 7:30 Dunmun. : tin, mother of the bride I to Ill.I be: i
The living/ room was attractively Mrs. Mildred Thornton. Mrs
da Nunez. Mrs. Lindt dicks' Mrs.
decorated with in arrangementsof
fall flowers and foliage The rl'. Cora Clements, Mrs. Jessie '
Wrench, Mrs Marilyn Bacon,
fro'hnvnt table win, overlaid with
TECHNICOLOR a handsome lace cloth over green Mrs. Shirley Boldcn. Mrs. Waco
with a renter airangcment of Ivy. Nunez, Miss Gwen Taylor, Miss
Friday 9:06: Saturday 4:00: & 9:06: Individual white cake squnrri topped Svbll Wrench and Miss WildaStntth. l K

with wedding bells( were served ; .
"DEVIL SHIP PIRATES" with' nuts mints and punch ::' I and Saturday Only!

TECHNICOLOR Mrs\ Bryion poured Methodist WSCS ? .
: -. During the evening the guests
Slates and
enjoyed appropriate games conducted I

.. SUNDAY ONLY were av by anted Mrs.Mrs.Wilcox Ernestine and prizes Harvey Luncheon Tuesday ;1 S9c WHITE MUSLIN SHEETS & CASES

Mr. Pat Cnrbpft, and the "The United State and' th'eNt'w Cotton
NOVEMBER 1 hnnorce. Nations Problem and Re- !
2:30: & 7:30: Each guest wrote the brldc-to-he cnnn-ihtiity" Is the approved book 4y t; Prints 72x108 and Twin Fitted . $1.69
a letter wishing her happiness, after study and film to be held by the
"ENSIGN PULVER" which she opened a shower of Methodist WSC on Tuesday. Novemher V'

lovely. ([ills. -r, 3, at 10:00: am. Mrs. R. t' NOW 81x108 and .Double Fitted $1.84
M::iI:: ROBERT WALKER BURL;1YESTECHNICOLOR nl:1Il.I! ;: .I' '_ io., saropteyt: nL aprvf, a. hair. I I iC;: V try;1*' ;' >-r'Ktf' n
't. Mi. k\ 1'11I"' '.. 74thCY"Afbtt5dY! t Vv, ftj! i n >} 'f"?
T..t: iIV1ltfllt \} 39 '
-* .n& Mn,rj inl Wlcftt:11'1 II : devotional.L'" '' or -"try; ii e CASES .;-42x36, '" ,

I of the! prospective! bridegroom The Presbyterian Ladles"' will Yard CORDUROY
.- -- be guests for the day. I R 67
2 For
Participating In the program 3 Yards For $1.15 IN: COLORFUL SHADES Yard
will be, Mrs. R. A. Crumpler, i
Chairman, Mrs J. E. Partln,
Mrs. R. E. Gray Mrs. E. E. Jones, '

SE TELL'SRESTAURANT 'U J } i Mrs Michael G.:i. T. Butler, and Mis. J, F. 1 BOYS' $2.99 !]. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S .

... Mrs. W. T. Melrzejewskl will -t
be In charge of the covered dish PANTS

: luncheon. to be served at noon, .I COTTON w DRESSES 20 % OFF ,
*rt.>? which the study will be. "

mm continued.Members and friends are cor i $2" "' )

now under off dlolly Invited to attend. I ONE LOT : \
: ::: management II I : \1 ,t\ Al\ L

Woman's Club To I 2 PAIR FOR $5.00

MRS. HENRY KITCHENS Hear Dist Director II I Ladies Slips $1.99'

The Whole Familyill Mrs. Ralph ParkisonThe Sizes 8 to 1$ ..

who invites your patronage Love Eating Here regular meeting of the Wo. Regulars and Slims I Broken Sizes and Styles '1 1Men's

man' Club is to be held on Wednesday
November 4. The Coffee Is

Specializing In Home-Cooked Meals to begin at 9:30: o'clock. $14.95 Single Control .
Mrs. Ralph Park lIon. District IV'I, \igJJ ONE RACK ..eo
Director F.F.W.C., of Jacksonville ,

Seafood of All Kinds Ocean Fresh 81'0eh11I subject be will the be guest, Life speaker.Her Is my. I Dress ELECTRICBLANKETS I MEN'S \

; The Finest In Steaks and Chops earn college some. May honors"I graduate. Included welt, and In I' II Slacks JACKETS '-

Mrs. Partition talk will be new .
: -- -- project idris for the year I NOW

WE HAVE SEATING FOR SEVENTY FIVE IN A CLEAN, financial\Mrs Exteen report Corbett of the: will follies give, "Ho.the r 1 20% $ 99 1-3
boa Fare To The Fair," which was 11
:::r MODERN, PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE presented three times during thf'' 1 Off Single' & Double OFF
month of October I Red Size
Hostesses will be: Mrs. ExteenCorbet : I
!. Chairman; Mrs. H I
ji J. Bailey, Mrs. John Barnlak, Mrs I ONE LOT BOYS' .
OPEN 5 A.M. Delicious PastriesTO II. L. Baughman Mrs. John Beas. ;

9 P.M. T Icy L. Mrs\BcctonMrs. )R.: M. White, and Mr*. I LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS A S ALLAN'S

: L. E. Sellers, .
.' 7 DAYS A WEEK Unexcelled Coffee .
urges all members to prelldfnt'j' $1.59 2 FOR $3.00
prospective members are



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[nural lotion ----I, ."t'IIII.t'IIIII"I.' J't'l'IllIlIIlIlIl Mourn "jIlI'IIIH-lnui'lIllIt.\\ uuunn' Yt: 11111. eYigd tai
To Wed December 19 October 24 Bride - - -

Bible Ceremony At PERSONALS
I Fiancee of James A. Williams 1

First Baptist ChurchOn --.....- .'ow 1 :Mill Ru'h Bryant left Wednesday ;
Jf"- to spend several weeks In
Th"rsdav evenlni, Oetoherl I In. N1
lent visiting with her sisters. ih;
the Young Women' 'I"rla. ,
x111 also be tho guest of anothef]
ion{ mot! In lhi Social Hall of the
sister In Pcllium and a brother.!InMoullile
First Baptist Church. j ,J Georgia.Sfi "
The crnim! end their B'leMs i|
wwe ppn' ,
: and Mm P.) O. Only '
welcomed by Brenda Beard YW\ )
atirclnv< visiting the Litter'sbiother
otYt"AE end wife, Mr and Mra
Mm Fvrlvn Wllimn Inoln"t "i'M I IVI lion Canon, and attended. Ui.
the officer In a very meaningful! 'dreuter Jucksnnvllle Fair.
sevlee In which the( duties of each
: Reeve
I Mrs Burrow and son,|
offlrcr "M don'rtcd hv' a woman Jason
have retiiinecl to theirl
pf the B'blp) The rrfeeMre' | ">'
I tonic In I'atnn I'ouge: !, I I.R., after|
President Wrondi Begird: Vice- spending. 1" here with hit.ntnents
a uc" \ .
President Null TookSerrdnrv: > Mi and I Mrs Wimllo (llRIaLs :
Treosur" flail; 1\kK"Oltrrt': Committee j0er }
nialrnv"' MUsInn Rtii'lviMsnrei .
:Mr and Mrs hiilrs: O. Smll.
JII Smith Program
: }
!H :1 se' trl and l'IllI.h'I'. Phillip.' Phvllst, Mir!
path' hull: Wownrdsh'i !Fh'dAVMrKenrlreo
and DOIIIKI lit Snwrna., (lecirKhiiciit
] : P'nvr. Allr Coik,
ti' |' lice pnht I ucTkeml'' with ;Sire
fnrllll. Pr-m Dni'ffncrtv: romm"n.
Smith's pircnls Mr and :Mr
3 nrct
Itv Missions. Kithv Knight Pub. }
: :
Tlioin.n Y and
I Lioshv family
lications end PuhHf'tv' ..lpnnett t 111 l&

Ran; Fnlistment Nell\ Cook; and 3 \ ruf"i\ rat v ,. a
Music" Flame Smith t ac"
I .
A White Bible' Orcmnnv wee if

ronditted' fo" th' hride-Io-he, Miss & vtltltU/Catftf

Shirley Mcfpnrtrpe. M.... Ann I .1

Mottav'v, WMU J>'-.ldr'1t. and

Mrs! John Klorpr. YWA Director 6LTRA i

rend thin beautiful scrvico.' Till,

thought In the service we buildIng I "p.ODU.To.. aLase' "
a Christian home unlni! 'the ,

Bible In the laying of the founda

tion. .
r ,
A little white hitter "'.s set on x ,
the foundation and vnrlniu color. I
ed flowers were placed bv the c.\S. < 1sI ,

mcmhori. pnch one a rlnrnctori d., Wi

i building plant to beautify the ; : ; 1 1
I ..
At the close of the service. Mrs ,. r. ..: ." .
''I beautiful white "'i- 1 YOUR 17JEWEL'SUEPEISE
jlK'arer presented a : If. f";" > >sf .
Bible! to the hnnnree. Mr. and Mrs W G. Austin announce -- \<< 1j1O I ... f' ... WATCH OF THE YEAR
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Fred Townsend Williams attended Presbyterian the marriage of their 'r .,
Mrs. O. R. Spnlnhniir and Mrs <
I M. B Bnmnon, member of the I announce the engaKemen' I Cnllecr and nerved four years In youngest daughter, Martha I.uclle, Mrs. Conway Smith \ ,', ,.. f.lf1' 't'l,. ". I"\, IS 1f1\3no( manes)
and approaching marriage of their the United State Air Force. He to Gilbert William Miller of I.or- d rMr I, low down)
Fda Steno Circle and sponsors of Feted At Shower ;, v! a IIS
: h' :
daughter Brenda Sue, to Thomas In presently employed by Container Is, South Carolina, who Is \
the YWA, served refreshment pics- '- "
.e<< from a lovely decorated table. Ozmer Williams, son of hire Corporation of America and li ently stationed on the U.S,S. Lure Monday EveningMrs. i'I u.txa"alN. rtirwrJmailfAVENha4"
Nancy O. Williams and the lute In bin senior year at Jacksonville at Charleston, South Cnrnlmn. I and Mrs C. A. McKcndteeannounce C(
Thomas Meade Williams. University. Conway Smith was honored the engagement of their ,
Miss Austin Is a senior at Mrs! J. J 0. Cooper has as her
Mrs. Jerry Curry Both Miss Townsend and her The wedding will be an event with a stork shower" given on I I daughter Shirley Ann, to James LTRA./
I Fernandina Beach High School. guests today, several" Sisters from
fiance are graduates of Fernan I of December 19 at the First ( Monday evening In the home of I I Anon Williams son of Mr and '
Baptist Seminary The double ring was St Vincents Hospital In Jnckvlllp (
jfAt dina Bench High School. Mr.PITTSBURGH. Presbyterian Church. ceremony Mrs Virgil Harper. Serving as t I, M.... John I). Williams. Fowler's Jewelry r
" performed by Rev Carl Shepherd Sisters Margtrct Mary,
For Masters Degree -- --- ------ co-hostess wilh Mrs, Harper was I The bl'ltlo..t) Is a gr iliinti> I
In Klngsland, Georgia Saturday Catherine, Angelica Marie '
on Joseph
Atlantic Ave l'h.261.:1120'IL"'S :
I of Fernandina
Mrs Dennis Davis Bench thigh! School
Iff NEW ORLEANS Mrs. Jerryi I Bethany Workers Install Officers At afternoon, October 21, at five Ambrose, William Irene, VIn-
o'clock. Upon arrival, Mrs Smith was I She Is presently employed liy the" ".M"7 JIWILD ? r
rent Marie, Regent, and Lucille
J.,,'t. Curry formerly Ann Vails, has Annual Dinner Meeting October 13 presented a lovely corsage of Florida National Hunk at Fcrnandlnn .
& I, enrolled In New Orleans! Baptist '
I pink and blue carnations accented Bench -- r --
;Theoloslcal! Seminary for work to. The Bethany Worker Sunday Cassle Haddock, blrthdny chairman WSCS Has General with blue ribbons Mr. Willlums Is a grndiiute nfFernnndlna

.. [ward a Master of Religious Educa. !School Clans of the First Baptist ; Mrs Pearl Johnson, Mrs. Meeting October 26 Appropriate games were pined :/- Reach High Shnnl.(

inn degree Church held Its regular meeting Aileen Kittrell, Mrs Ernestine with Mrs. Tom Crosby, and He Is presently employed with l @@Will @))1 "
! A native of Yulee she Is the and Installation of officers ut the Oreeson Mrs Jeanette Davis, In Parish HallThe Mrs Davis winning the prlres Standard Marino lluidwaie, .

l{ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.NallA Sandbar on October 13. Mrs Pauline Parrish, Mrs Cleo of:baby toys. The winners presented The wedding will to an. eventof
Box 134. Yulee. The pastors wife, Mrs. Betty Galphin, and Mrs. Hilda Higgins Woman's Society of Christian the toys to Mrs Smith. November 2H ut the First

Mrs Curry graduated from Vu- Sue Dunnam, installed the new botham, group captains Mrs. Service of the Memorial Mrs Smith opened her lovely Kaptlst Church at seven airlock!
lee High School, Clark Memorial! officers using the subject 'Bible Faye Justice, Mrs. Irene Sherman Methodist Church met In Parish In the evening
Junior College, Newton Mississippi As A Light For Our GulJe" and and Mrs. Irene McMonagle, Hall on Monday October 20, at I and .useful gifts from a bassinet
and from William 1 3:30: pm. for the regular monthly beautifully covered with white No Invitations are being sent '
Carey College, I lighting a candle for each officer honorary group captains a ;
but all Mends and relatives are Rely on us
Hatlicsburg, Mississippi and has I, to remind them to he guiding The president, Mrs. Kittrell, lag: program and business meet organdy and lore skill. Invited to the ceremony, and reception .

served as a Student Summer Missionary lights presided over the meeting Mrs. Cupcakes decorated with pink to follow In the Social, I ,, forprecision
In the state of Michigan. I Installed were: Mrs. D. S. Pet. The program, under the direction .5
Dunnam the devotional fol.
gave: and blue booties, nuts, mints, and I Hull of the church.
erson, teacher; Mrs Mildred Kit. lowed with Mrs. Pet. of ]Mrs. II. R. rVnton, was
prayer by punch wived buffet
Mr. and Mrs. 1 O. 0. Oxley! will tiell, president; Mra Muriel Neil- class teacher I opened with the members singIng were ntyle
erson, from the dining table uveiliiicl Mr. J. A. Crooks of Jacksonville '
visit their son-l a-blw, and daughter don, vice-president; MI" June the hymn, "0 Zion Haste. i ,
wilh"an lace table and bruther-ln-lnw of Mrs !Dora
Mrs. Peterson Ivory cloth.
Rev. molt Mrs Win. G. Griffin Stewart, Mrs Kathleen I was presented a The devotion and Bible Rending .
secretary; fJ
I Rift and the clam "Happy The >fable also held a white dec. Kelly, Is confined la Humphreys' ;
sung .
;' Jr,,aid "fainilr" on Friday IloKiratt, assistant i secretary; Mrs I was taken from the fortieth chapter .
orator stork white Memorial Hospital.
Birthday. The table beautifully flunked b/ t
and Saturday.' They will join Haiel Edwards, treasurer) Mrs was of Isaiah "Women In The I
I decorated with red candles -
their eon,_ Dean, Jr. and attend I Flossie Mullins, assistant tieas- roses Church In New Nations" was the
the festivities of Ilomerornlng at L inert: Mrs. Mary Kay Moore, reI and carnation, and a lovely program: topic for the afternoon, Those enjoying tho occasion Your health depend on the accuracy ,

LaGrange College In LaGrange, I I cording secretary; Mrs. W. R. birthday Peterson cake was the presented hoHtewes toM which was concluded with prayer with the honoree:: : and hostesses 1: OYSTERSRoasted with which jour) ictor'n prewriptlonn
rl. bJ were the honoice's mother-in-law,
Georgia Price, devotional chairman; Mrs Mrs. W. T. Meiriejewxki presided are filled l'rt'l'I.llIn IA our watchword
Mrs Juanita Cook and Mrs. Haiel Mrs. '
'Buster Crews Mrs Summy I
--- at the bunmens wmlon In
Edwards; 1 the .h..n...*. nt IMpa R IT fill..knnaI Saylor, Mrs K.; M. Haner, Mrs. Mill you can have complete confidence .
\\ I A delicious dinner was enjoyedby I president; : She asked' that"mom.;;;;; W, T. Melmejewkl, Mrs Grace: in the freshness!/ quality of our

\ I the nineteen members prey enta of silent prayer he dedicatedto Byrd, Mrs. Rail Lewis, Mrs. Tom I phnrmiufullruk(
ent. the missionaries fnosbv, Mrs Mary Tom Waid, Surf Restaurant

) I The regular: routine reports of Mrs. Darwin Smith Mia Louise.1!I

y l/ Mary Allen Davis the officers secretaries, and circle Church, and Miss Terri Smith, '!I'! Across From Ocean Pier STEGER DRUG CO.
of the honoree.
v.'It I chairman were given. Mrs. daughter.
PAINTS / v.'It Bible Class Meets S. L. Tarlton gave the treasur.. I i'Mrs. PRIVATE DINING ROOM) ATLANTIC AVENUE

With Mrs. Brown era report in the absence of M.... T W. Oliver Jr., spent FOR PARTIES...: CLUIIS.ETC' Phone 261-1257:
r t. I John R. Hutching. the weekend In Atlanta with her I .

HEpRe Mrs T. W Brown and Mn. I Mrs. E. E. Jones, of the Para daughter, Miss Mary Ann Oliver.!
Mary Ament entertained the Moti'I : onage Committee, stntod that -- -

; w III I Allen Davis Bible Class of the Me..1 I Rev. Moycr and his family built, / t i

) morlnl Methodist t Church, at Mri. moved into tho new iianonnvo' at
Announces Brown's home on October 21. IS South 18th Street Sh thunkI .
I The hostesses served delicious,II+I ed tho Edna Davis Chile for the

G I refreshments to the twelve members generous gift toward a gift to ,I II WASHERAND
MaesTr 4 e..ee.eeee. present I be chosen, and asked that mem-

Mrs Herbert Luke called till I I bars give their stamp book to I,
I meeting to order. Using Blbln: the committee i for needed Item* -

Study as her topic, Mrs. Leila Sutton i in the parsonage,
SUQ e !gave tho devotional which,I I The membcis. were asked to I
'Color tHta eoseluded'Iwlth! I prayer*, b*, remember Jhe pmecl.sponxoredj, DRYERSA
1+ Mrs iTrudle' Tbnmas. | by the circles to raise money L
:. r Mrs Brown reported ? til.22 I In I I They are as'follows: Apple Brown L

the treasury and a collection of I Circle, Candy Sale; Myrtle Burgess -
0 Paintst 810. Circle, Vanilla Extract; Elln tiEr

Mrs Anent, card chairman reported Hardee Circle, Fruit Cakes; and I

that cards had been sent to Bernice Lowe Circle, Steel Cut
'I\'. .. .." I
\\11 iii ../
lery. Edith Flood Circle will
\\\ /// the sick.Mrs. .
t, -/.,:", Luke urged all members t to I sponsor a Tupperware Party In I More People Use MAYTAG Than Any Other Washer

: I'' attend Sunday School and church, ParlHh Hall on Tuesday, November _

t 1 '/: 4h on October 31, which Is to be Rally 'I I 10, at 8:00 p.m. at-1 i iMembers I II MAYTAG 6-Cyele |i"" - -, MAYTAG All-Fabric

.'. Day. were reminded to MAYTAG AUTOMATICS DRYERS
I !tend the book study to lie. held on''
There being further business I
no ,
Automatic Washers
4 MM Luke closed the muting basking : November 3: at 1000: a.m. A I SAVt}

that members repeat the, covered dish luncheon Is to bo AH f(111( $5000
I served at noon. I II I
r t rut SEMI-GLOSS Benediction together ,
LATEX I I The next general: meeting of'' I AHI
i1\1_. Apolrouui,,,, for...Ichonl''''''' {I the W.S.C.S. will he on Novem- I II _
/ ,., work .,lth.n.... Bykota 5, S. Class I her 21: with Myrtle Burgess Circle I
.w IYta
,, +r tea/ YY"YGw
\ tbwi serving hoxtemes The I'ftrovram. ]
1 Im.dl" w.soil" Installs OfficersAt as I
"Th Young American SAVE I II tMaytag

1f.J.? October Meeting"Thy Mother, Who Is She" will be presented I ns .u $4000 rNSi :
I by Mrs Bert Maxwell. NYY Met .
Word Is A Lamp Unto My The meeting was dismissed AsAntomatlca I II

L Feet" was the theme for the Installation with prayer by Mrs Mary Ament. I

service last Thursday, 'I I RATED
evening when Mrs. Ralph DuBois: I PERSONALS\ I
charged the new officers of the No.l SAVE

3.98 Gal. ".9R Cat.HOUII Bykota Sunday School Class at Its''i !Mr.\ and Mrs. Charles Swoope I AS MU'll $30041As I
meeting: In the Fellowship Hall of[not! Stuart are spending several I
the First Baptist Church I days here with Mr*. Swmgn'e! 1 1I I !Multi Cycle

LOOft Mrs Sonny Durham gave the, I I cousin, Mrs. Ikea Arnold, and I L... .:... _ lt/w. Gentle lent
'AIN' ENAMEE1Mrralxew. devotional taken from hlaah fol. with frlemln." Guaranteed To Dry

iwNY/"YYI. : : awYYMNM.eY0/NYINYM/k,. loved with I solo by Mrs Emerson | Mr. Nancy Selhort and her I Maytag Wringer ClotheM Flueler Safer
I WN t.elNa.orbnau / yppla' YNML Mitchell guests, Mr\ and Mrs. Stanley Ljr-i I II Giant Capacity -- and CIIH& LtM8 to opera
Taking office were, Mrs W. A. dlsrd of Medford, Oregon Lint Washers ate.
k.rn Filter _..-
I "
Lawhorne, president: Mri E. R.j I ed to Miami last They
Bounds, vice-president; Mri Leroy ." visited points of Interest enroute 6 Cycles Heavy Duty !Models. a ASK! ABOUT OUR

Ash Jones, secretary treasurer;; and from Miami enjoyed a guided I Sand Removal Tub Higner CapncitjrAutomatic
For Your Free Mrs. Eli/ahclh Mathews/ recording I1 I tour of Key West. They returned I Rustproof Cablneti. lump FREE Electrical

secretary: and Mrs. Grace People,, Monday Hand TrapHARDEE I Installation
Color Book teacher. Mr. and Mrs. D. DeWitt oft I

CaL 4.98 Gal. During a short business session | Savannah. Ga. spent the past I
4,98 I '
Mrs. Lawhorn greeted the officers ., wel'klIb Mr. DeWUfs .on-Is.l
after which plans were made law and daughter Mr. and Mrs
for a new year book and projects I V. E. Selph. Joining the family g&& BROS. g&&

for the year were discussed Friday evening to attend the
Five Points Grocery & HardwareFIVE During the social hour poach Homecoming game was the Sclph'a

cake and sandwtchei were served daughter Miss Sue Selph/ who 218 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2613601YW
to the fourteen members and two was accompanied by a classmate
POINTS PHONE 261-3203 guests, Mrs. DuBols and Mri.Darlington. Jt the University of FlorIda

Miss Jan Reid of Bradenton.

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: Sfx Newe-Leader, Fernnndfna Bench, Florida -Thursday, October 29!), 1964

.. monthly In the State Road Dlslrl.

.. x : butlun Fund. The. fund Is divided Jaycees Commend
Woman's Club Legislative Committee monthly among all\ counties according I Agencies' Service

to certain formulae based
I TheGarden on area population, and the county After HurricaneLetters
Takes Stand On 13 AmendmentsThe
I' conti(buttons to the cost of : commending the cxemp.
a state' road construction. It Is be.
lary service of many agencies dur.
J. Basket legislative committee of the and would Increase Its member ing extended at this time becauseof ling the recent disastrous Hurricane

Woman' Club, with Mrs. J, C ship from seven to nine The terms the necessity for long-range Dora, have been sent by Jim Bcstty,

e BY JANE SCt FIELD! Motlayaw as chairman, have or office of the Regents would be planning for bonds that may be president of tin: Fernandina Bcch,
I for road construction financed
been discussing the proposed amendments extended lo nine years. The pre. Junior Chamber of Commerce, as
on the Nov. S ballot sent Constitutional provision pro. I't from this fund No changes In spokesman for that body.
'ThfCarck-n Basket Is alwiys then be stored In a convenient box and have formed opinions on the dibits the creation of any office provisions or ratios for distribution
tit happy to have questions from or container without the use of amendments. having a term of membership of this tax are being pro praised for proficiency In
'Id readers though the writer posed. restoring an effective semblance of
even any covering medium such as .aw.I Their stands on the amendmentsare longer than four years. I
usually does nut have the Informs- dust etc. The one thing these tubers contained In a news releaseas I PRO AND CON However/ leaders In a few of the i order and the services necessary
I This amendment to I businesses
thus .011.tile lip uf the tongue andmu.1 require during their long dormant follows: counties In the stale feel that the I : and
highly endorsed by the homes, are: J. D. Daughcrty, Flor.
turn to ever ready reference season Is a warm tempera' formulae for distribution of the
leading sidle educators Ids
as great f Public Utilities Co.
bwka. However, a question time lure. The unheated garage Is too MENTS AWAIT OUR VOTE ON r tax are not realistic In view of the ; SouthernBell
step forward and It would In effect Telephone
to ui thin week which we could I cold for them A heated utility NOVEMBER I, 1964: change In population and amount I and Telegraph Co;
follow the practice of 40 of Col. W. J. Preston Director Nat
answer with alacrity and credit room cupboard or attic Is much In !keeping with the belief Hint! our sister states which of tax collected In the counties can County Civil Defense
for that Roes to the generosity of better. They will be happy at the In order to muke an Intl'IIIRI'nldrclalon. fixed terms longer than four years technicolor movie, "ENSIGN PULVER,"' aiming since the enactment of this tax In Station WPAP; City Manager; Radio Da.

Mr Amelia Gu Island's GcrbinR caladium In sharing expert his, same temperatures comfortable( a voter must be I' for the Board, of Recent members Robert Walker and Burl Ives may be Peen At the Ilan 1943, and for that reason are opposed j vld Galchcl and the City of Fer.
for one's
family to this proposed extension.
,knowledge! through lectures to the ed about the Issues In any InfDrm.1 Under the new statute the aoDolntmcnl Theatre, Sunday, November 1 at 2:30 and 7:30. nandlna Beach.
The next question was about the Legislative Committee of members to the AMENDMENT NO. 11 SARA. 1"b
garden clubs. The question con.t'e".l'd hyacinths, and that Is not as .as.I Fernandina Beach Woman's I Board of Regents would have to SOTA COUNTY HOMESTEAD I '... -
the digging and storage of ther or not to give the voters In change would the .
permit Legislature
I Illy answered, for there seems to would like to present the following be confirmed by the Board of Education EXEMPTIONThe dltlonal school, 1 funds and to broaden .
tubers the seven listed counties the right
Ihe that Is itself I
now foliage dying to submit for revision
i! be an avoidance of the subject In Information about the proposed and the Senate. Presently' proposal would give the vrt- the base 'W the tax. for schoolpurposes
down. For ease In locating the to choose the system they prefer either a number of Interlocked revised

Florida gardening literature hyacinths Constitutional Amendments to be the ers In Sarasota County the choice f I ,
I appointment of members to the res to Include
tubers while the Is still by directing their school articles
dig foliage county or an entire new
:'alUched. Caladiums are hot weather -,' like many of the daffodils presented on Nov 3rd ballot Every Board of Control Is subject only board to hold a referendum election Constitution of changing the $5,000, Homcstesd more of Oil o city owners.
and other spring flowering bulbs effort has been made to pre. lo the discretion of the Governor. ( Exemption to apply beyond the Some II'n' the
natives of on this matter.AMENDMENT advisability
plants tropical succeeding! better farther north lent an unbiased discussion of cash The purpose of the plan Is to divorce One of the problems at present first 12,000, It would provide that of beginning modification
and Is be of the
'America nothing to than with us. The hyacinth rccom- proposed amendment based on Information I administration of the educational NO. I SCHOOL Is that the Constitution Florida the first $2,000 of the assessed valuation In
gained by trying to prolong their SUPERINTENDENT TAYLOR has been amended homeslcaffljejrtnihton the man.
100 times
mended for garden planting In' In the Civic Information Institutions from politics, over of lax exempt homesleudproperty ncr provldccMrf this
beauty at this season Winter temperatures Florida Is the small type Raman Series No 43, and other official; find to provide more continuity In COUNTY since It was enacted In 1R8S. The In Sarasota County shall I'example the proposal For
owner of
; In North Florida are too'I Hyacinth, producing several loose- publications of the Stale of Flor : polity. This permits a local option election outcome is that It contains some be taxable for school purposes home would a $2000
leave the In the ay as much school
low to tubers
( In
Taylor County only as to provisions that conflict, .nd.
flowering spikes from one bulb ida. I only, and (that the next
ground, and In addition to that I The opponents of Ihs plan feelIhot I whether the County Superintendent number of provisions li.OUO I tax as \IfMrfwnpr of a $7,000 home;
rather than the single compact are poorly (from $2,000 to $7000)) shill be
NO. 1 LEf lS.
,, the term of of the stale I somPwIso question the dcslr.
subject to aofl berne fun. any
they are of Public Instruction shall be clcc- organized. There might also be a I
j spike of the Dutch Hyacinth/ These REAPPORTIONMENTThis exempt from taxation for school
pus diseases and a feast for nl'm.1 I are grown commercially In France I I.ATIVE boards for example road buildIng ted by popular vote or whether he need for addition of new provisions ability of spent Constitutional ex.
'alodr .'8o out of the ground ,,I !gives constitutional sanction prison, etc should he consecutive shall be appointed by the County not in the present Constitution purposes. empliensv/nr particular counties.
and Italy, and If
given good care to the existing apportionmentplan PRO AND CON This Is However' It
should"tomc and remain spreadout >> with the term of office Board of Public Instruction.( ( The new method of revision (Idol I must be stressed that
they will bloom In
our gardensfor
In a safe piece In the shade I aeveral years. They are plant.ed which was voted Into law by a for the Governor, to that the Governor PRO AND CON The same would permit a revision of the entire last amendment of local application .,' this amendment would apply, ONLYto :
special session of the 13! Legisla retain control over these again to be voted on by all Sarasota County, subject to the
(one! does not dry bulbous material during late October and Nov. reasoning applies as In Amend- Constitution and also Would
ture. It provides for creation of 42 boards by appointment of their of Florida. If this Is f' approval of the voters In that coun.
meat No. t. This would simply tdd permit the Legislature to retain proposal piss. .
In the sun) for several weeks or ember and bloom In February and basis of '
I Senatorial Dltrlcts on the members I ed by the voters of the stale, it ty.
Taylor County to those counties control over the content a '
until thoroughly dry. They March. The trouble with the Dutch proposed ,
mayHOME economic geographic area THINK
affinity would have to before the DECIDE and
AMENDMENT go voters
variety seems to be that Its ther. : NO. 1 SCIIOOL affected In Amendment No. 5. new Constitution.
and nnnulutnn. There would be a In Sarasota County In another VOTE on TUESDAY, NOVEM.
mosldt Is set for colder However feel that legislators
I temperatures total 1 i.r"43 Senators one from each many '' HER 3rd I .
( The need for additional
This would rev.
extend to Jan. 1, the SUCCESSION OF PUB.
a than ours which causes It are chosen on Issues other
with the most populous
district 2000(( the bend which LIC OFFICIALSTo enue by the schools Is well known '
year program I
I to put up Its bloom spike before 2 Senators. The than what they would do on Con ,
ur sufficient root growth Is established House county of having Representatives would provides funds for public school the original!: clause establishing slltutlcnal revision The regular/ -and this-Is .a-proposal-to -raise ad. Use.! The....Classified. Ads.

which results In blooms very be composed of 112 members Eachof construction. Tho revenue for repaying Tallahassee as the seat of I session I In Florida Is IImted to 60 -

close to the ground. Some people the 67 counties would have at the bonds would continue State Government this proposal days blenlally For adequate conderation .
remedy this by Inverting an ordinary least representative with the lo come from the auto license tag simply adds permission( to the .( of revision of a Constitution
I one fee The current provisions In the Legislature to arrange for prompt this VOTE
flower pot over the plant .s 45 remaining assigned to the hr- would require a special FORYOU
constitution for this would expire and succession to the
a the bloom bud emerges, which counties In proportion to their temporary sesson. Such being the case many
causes the spike to reach for the per This amendment Jan? 1983. This amendment would powers and duties of public officers feel that the Constitutional Con-
population. provides also Increase the maximum Interest In time of national disaster,
light coming through the drainage for reapportionment of the ventlon a special body, composedof
rale from 4 cent to 4'i' and In general, to provide for the
per percent
hole of the pot. A paper cone It a Legislature In 1971 and every 10 those elected on the Issues of
good substitute for the pot. These thereafter provide an additional I method continuity of state governmental constitutional revision,, would still

bulbs are not apt to bloom the second years PRO AND CON While It seems ( of determining Instruction operations be the best method for general ,

year, so one might at well logical to legally sanction the new units In each county for the pur. PRO AND CON While this Is revision of the Constitution, and

plant them for forcing In the house plan adopted by the Legislature, pose of distributing the fund, and a broad power, the very nature of thus are opposed to this amend. TO SPEND YOUR MONEY
smoother method of national disaster caused
In bowls or In hyacinth !glasses.: there are many who feel It still provide a repayment by enemy ment.

One of the current national gardenmagazines does not give a fair proportion of of the bonds attack ,requires a broad grant of AMENDMENT NO. IS EXTENSION .
PRO AND CON With the pres. power. This type of delegation of '
carries a good articleen representation to the larger coun- OF GAS TAX FOR ROADS
surer on county school boards In power to the State Legislature has VOTEGOLDWATER
Indoor grown bulbs. The ad. I This amendment
Ilea Also In light of the recent U. proposes simp
vantage of planting Indoors Is B, Supreme Court ruling that ALL so many growing counties of Dor- become customary In virtually all ly a 25 year extension of earmarkIng .
Ida for school and Junior college states In recent years as a part of ,
that one can more or less control state legislatures must be apportioned the proceeds from, the two '
proper root growth by keeping In strictly on a population construction the proposed time the whole civil defense planning ''I cents "Second Gas Tax". The original \

a dark cool place until adequate basis often called one man extension Is consistent with the I AMENDMENT NO. S DUTIES expiration date of, 1963 I.I Is MILLERSigned
roots are developed before brine ) this Florida apportion-1 I needs of the public schools. Also OF COMMISSIONER OF AGRI. moved to 20 18.
[IJtuJ) nrk1cmen 1m log Into the light A Jacksonvillebulb one vole I. 1, the Increase In maximum Interest CULTURE ( ) WILLIAM 1 A. CHILDS
mint plan may be declared uncon. I PRO AND CON This slate tax Paid Political AdverlnemcntEXPERT
guide gives November and rate permits meeting possible The Secretary of Agriculture
itltntlonnl at a later dote was added In 1943, and Ii placed
December as suitable months for AMENDMENT NO. t BOARD]I dilations In Interest costs over the would have eliminated from his I ,_ -
the planting of the Dutch Hyacinth OF REGENTS years. list of duties the supervision over

I with October, November, and December After exhaustive research and I i In view of the rising school pop. matters pertaining!! to public lands
recommended. planting iilillnn as part of Florida's I general and over the Bureau of Immlgra. .' i
the Legislature
OIL HEATERS study, J3 proposed
months for the smaller Roman constitutional amendment population growth( arguments tlon I I

I type Plant six Inches deep, Buy which a would completely rcconKtl- can scarcely be raised against the PRO AND CON This duty lal|

42,000 to 60,000 quality bulbs to get the most out lute the Board of Control which amendment unless actuul needs are an old one which dates from the'I \

of your bulb dollar. oversees stale colleges and underlines Ignored I original provisions of the Const). o 1
BTU AMENDMENT NO.4 STATE alien I In 1885. It Is actually ]
Output We take our paper white narcissus as a "Board of ,Regents", : : not 1 ,
SCHOOL FUNDThis longer applicable because public
Blowers I for granted as a garden amendment provides that lands supervision was transferred eltesr f:

Can Be Financed flower in our climate and seldom the light. For Christmas bloom I the principal as well as the Interest to the State Trustees of the Inter
plant them In bowls of rocks and I
November 15th Is the tlmo to make I of the Slate School Fund maybe nal Improvement Fund which consists This Week'sSPECIAL
water for Indoor bloom. As you such narcissus plantings. used for construction of public of five Cabinet members, one "SAME DAYSERVICE I

from know, they loom out of doors a When bulb planting one naturally I schools Including! junior collegesand of which Is the Commissioner of
$7900FIVE universities. The amount In Agriculture. This amendment MECHANICS
little before Christmas and Into thinks of ground covers for
January. Outrageous Decembercold them. One of our favorites Is Baby the Fund at present It about 15 therefore corrects the Constitution (

has hurt the blossoms In late Blue Eyes (Ncmophlla) with Its million dollars some of which Is to accord with the accepted pro. I

years however, so It might be run dense growth of feathery foliage In the form of school securities cedures.
POINTS to have some Indoor grown plants and carpet of sky-blue flowers fend this fund arose from the sale AMENDMENT NO. I CIVIL

It Is a fascinating( project for the Its roots are shallow and will not of public lands given to the State ; JURY TRIALS DADE COUNTY I

children, or rather It used to be hurt the deeper growing bulbs. It by the Federal Government, The This permits establishment of I 1. Front End Alignment
Grocery & HardwareFIVE for us. How many times have we Is easily raised from seed planted constitution prohibits the spendingof branch court houses In any of the

POINTS>> peeked at our bulb planted bowls In October where It Is to grow and the principal for any purpose 26 municipalities In Dade County 11
>> safely placed In old washsland It begins blooming In about three whatsoever and allows only the for the holding of civil trials. This 2. Front Wheel Balance
Phone, 261.5205 Interest which amounts to amendment modifies the requirement .
cupboards only to be told that months with n fairly long season approximately '
they were not ready to come Into belore it becomes leggy 500000.00 annually that all county offices be In
to be used for the public schools the county seat. It does specify 3. Brake Adjustment r

I' PRO AND CON Governor I that the MAIN offices of clerks
Bryant has recommended this and other court officers may not

.... amendment on the basil that the 'be moved from the county scat. 4.Wheel Bearing Repack ,
principal In the fund should be PRO AND CON This Is an. ,

@D put to use In capital outlay (construction other amendment with only local 1

of university junior col. application which must bo voted All 4 $
huge and public school buildings), upon by the entire state. This O95 i

dEpBD 1110 Inasmuch as the principal of the would extend to Dade County the
fund will not be Increased In the privilege voters previously gave to
s'w future. 5 other counties In the state. Services

As previously stated some of
the principal consists of securities CIRCUITSThis
n IdesCODVdolelll I which would have to be suddenly amendment authorizes

liquidated and such forced llqul.datlon Increase from 16 to 20 the maxi. MONEYDOWN I Most American Cars BUDGET i

I would yield less than the mum number of Judicial circuits Parts extra if needed (
bookkeeping amount credited to that may be established by the TERMS t4

the fund. For this reason many Lelll lailire. It requires that each
''people with a knowledge of public Judicial circuit be composed of a

finance urge that the Fund re county or contiguous counties hav.

main under the long-standing re Ing not loss than 50.000 In population $

strict ion aicilnst:. spending) the principal except :that Monroe County'i FAMOUS MAKE BATTERIES 996Volt t l't

Also, the Florida Education may constitute one circuit Irres1peellvc
Association the voice (if schoolteachers of population | If your battery !is 20 months Replace it now with a !
In Florida, ulroiiidy op-i) PRO AM) CON This amendmcnt old Rranratlw'ITaol'twARN. cost dependable try 99 I
I (
f pones the ndi'nllon( of the amendment seems to be clearly rqeulrcd l.Nfi and leave you stranded, from Firestone. 12 12-VoIt
and calls It a "hi'each of as a cor.scdiicme, of population Ini Exchange t

Ic OtOfoflul 1 I faith'1 with the urlulnal' purpose ofi I i creases In Florida since 1'JM.'! when ;t tI.
\ the State School Fund the onglnal reorganization of the I.

AMENDMENT: : :! NO. 5 SCHOOLSITKRITIM 1 II circuit courts was adopted. I II V\ '

now's the time I : >F.NTS: i I AMENDMENT; NO. II CONSTITUTIONAL \' Tire stone De Luxe Champion {
This, would permit a I local< option REVISION
0' election In certiiln counties lo>> docldc would allow
i II j This amendment 1 '
I whether the County Superintendent cither branch of the Legislature Any Size NEW TREADS !

to take the of Public InMrui-tlon shall I II to propose a revision of PART or :' WhltewallsalialAO
right road be rlcvtrd by popular vote or ap ALL of the entire Constitution and

I pointed by the County Honed of I submit the revision for the approv.al !.ON SOUND TIKI iODHI OR ON YOUR i

Public Instruction In the particular of the voters. The present provisions I
to modern GAS ; counties Invoked. These countiesare I \ of the Florida Constitution $ 49
heat Escamhli, Lake Martin Oke- limits the Legislature to submitting 4
I echchcc Palm Bench Putnam changes In the Constitution to'' ONLY ____

FREE HEATING SURVEY WILL GIVE and Seminole the people article by article and

,YOU ALL THE PRO AND CO.Although a separate vole must be taken on I Plus tin and trada-ln tires of tarn size off your clr.Folic .
FACTS AND FIGURES. this amendment affects only a few I each such article, (tan Is being'
L-]; counties It must I.b voted upon by I| done l In this election),
: r :. YOURS A the entire slate.: This docs NOT'1 PRO AND CON Under the :

: := FREE WITH : make appointment of the Superintendent present s.vsletn. the Legislature I

OAS HEAT SURVEY.. mandatory but limply requires cannot draft a revision of the EN.
: :' = the county school board In TIRE Constitution but must leave''
: .. seven to put the I that up to a Constitutional Conl/I'n.i *
CASE. mutter" before the public In an el-t 1ectlon t lion, the delegates to which wouldbe

I It makes the same provision chosen for that specific pur. w FERNANDINA BEACH

\I hil'hI aa previously approv. 1 pose, and such delegates wouldbe : _,
7 South 7th Street ed for 13 other counties In 1W2! elected by the people. This: I

:.. I Many arguments: for and against ,: complete revision of the Constitution .

: --" Phone 261-3661 the appointive sjsti-ni of selecting as drawn' up by a Constitutional 118 Atlantic Are. Phone 261-4482
Fernandina Beach Fla. I the School !Siipr-rlntvnnVnl could be Cotnt'iiiion. would then be

I advanced, but that Is not the Issue j referred to the people to be voted i

In this rose, The question is whe- upon M n whole.! The proposed I

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News-Lender, Fernamlina Bench, Florida -Thursday, October 29!}, 1964 Page Seven

Fe One Point -- : who Isn't selling Ia!.cl3, /J.1'; v I
Pirate Loss To Santa By say you haven't been approached,

Just look around because! scimoine

\ might tap you on the shouldertr

Halts Unbeaten String; Callahan Friday' Sports Coach -George
lost a close 7-6 game lo the SanuKe

'The Santa Fe Rebels handed the ed out of the end zone to give the These B team one-prdnt here Tuesday defeats afternoon!by the

Fprnandins Beach Pirates their Rebels a safety and a 2 point lead a Slants hands of the Rebels are grttlna to
first lost of the football campaign In the ball game be too much. Flala passed to rred
in a close Keystone Conference Schomas kicked off to Santa Fe < Adams for the Pirate touchdown,
I! Eultle i here last Friday night, 15- and the Rebels] look the ball on I *-
14 The Rebels jumped out Inlo a the mid field stripe and went the 4 1 itj BY CURT GORDON I The Junior High football team

1: 9.0 first half lead, but the Pirates fifty yards for a touchdown Sikcs a + I .' '...,.- took It on the chin here Wednesday

4 battled back to narrow the mar. going over from two yards out fur \ s We warned you fans IhulI I' invites all veterans to Join him In nluhl when Ribault dealt them' a
gin to a 15.14 score the score Trlmicr Iluriije! kicked r a l would hive a real football garni1 m.ikuiij fort 54 the best In the 3
":'fcrnandlna last a golden oppor1 lee' extra point and Santa Fc enjoyed here last Frlctav night We bet the ecru I'I long, pins play to rack up most: a
tunlly to score early In the bill a 9.0 lead at the cud of the 4 people ho attended the game will -tr A of the touchdowns after running

% fame after Richard Schomas kick. tint half. I agree, and as we staled before II Our records show Mike Pikula back die, opening klckuff
.-1 ed off to Santa Fe tl) open they Fernandlna came back from the you missed: the game, >'ou cool m.iX.iis 17 tickles last week III the <<:- <(:y -f
game Alan Cover picked up a Rebel Intermission with firs In their eyes blame nnvonc unless YOIlI('rc S"mla Ke name und that must be We talked to Larry Wmli-y and,
i fumble on the 31 yard line and Santa Fe kicked the bill over the on the WIOIIK chlft. It was a gaud Milek'liil( of a record! In ItielfPikula I Harvey: 'Tiny" Lcfton, two former
H raced to the goal line where he goal and the Pirates tok over on game except for the om>-pi, >lnt use : plivs alood/ game every Foriuncllna ath'etcs' whu al'lIII W

,5f fumbled and Santa Fe recovered their own 20. Beryl made one, I which was the lirst of the hciiKnii lime inn) Is usually a Rood target: coaching tngcther/ at Oranue! Park,
,>f in. the end zone to give the ball Schomas made It a first down on for the Pirates. There were a for pusses from Alvarez, along and they were tclllnit us about their
; back to the visitor on the 20. It the Fernandlna 32 yard line Beryl number of weird ploys during I the with his defensive ability. foctbdll season They scan to thlnlc
,*: wasn't too long afterwards when ran for 2 and Ncbles raced: to the THEJU'GfiED LINE PLAY in last t wekN encounter with the Santa Fe Kfbels l 111I pictured game which a number of' fans still .p ir ftPollers they have a good defentlvp, bill

Pee Wee Nobles recovered aRe. i I Pirate 42 for another first downSchomas here as the Pirate attempt to mme the bag' past a stubborn defensive line. don't t uiiderslnnd We ran understand Finn Camp Informs us I club bill not ton much In Hie winy I

.,: bet! fumble on the Pirate 40 yard failed to gain, Beryl add The only identifiable Jersey number is 31 a right, worn by Pirate end :Mike\ Pikula. some of them because of the Hint limy will not sponsor the fish of an silence They muse mixed;
line to stop a possible drive by ed 2. Alvarez pass was Incomplete onl"I ho had control of the: game fry usually given annually by the emotions when: plav'lnli the rii'nt'- I
the Rebels, but the Pirates hand. and Billy Miller punted to the best that we Id still win ho J
?. I I but It Is probably Camp, hut the Sin-hits Water Pa. although they want to I
M (be ball back to Santa Fe via I Santa Fe :30 where: they fumbled The next Sl'ol'ln\f: \ came by I this dl'IIPI II I Is, ball game,
would the
till event <
the fumble! rout and the Rebels I and Mike Plkula fell on HIP ball Santa Fe after Miller had took over on the Fernindlna 45. | for the Pirates: Beryl: 1 ran for 5. In go out of bounds on the Pirate nlwhl HIP Pinter will >
I Friday Mill 1M you all the fish one can
'...Santa Fe worked the ball for a then added 2 more Alvarez failed 45 yard line. On the first play Mac hope to bourne buck lit the expense rat alone with the trlmmlnui and
first downs before Doyle to gain and Schomas ran to the Crawford raced the 43 yards fora a I BE CAREFUL
rmiple of of HIP Oiilliihan Hmnh'ers the ull.ilr will be held at Potter's G M 1 1W
Slkcs rated over the goal for an I I Rebel 20 Beryl lost 5, then Alvarez ,, touchdown The try for tha extra The game will murk t the InlllHl Hsh Ciiinp. WITH FIRE.
rued 23 for the touch' point bv lodge was not good p
apparent: touchdown, but a flag on yards : meeting: holstein the 1\10 trams A
play nullified the score: and the down Ah'arrzI'll back to kick and! Santa Fe led, 15-7 early In the I and we Imagine! l'RellI 1\1\ be rimer d YOU CAN'TBUY
Flralcs finally took possession: on I[ but a bad snip from center earned fourth period.It I to defeat HIP other mid It shouldbe The rcrnumlliia llemh Baud '1'
their own 4 yard 1'ne.' Nobles ran Kob'es' to run to Mi rlRlit with was time for Alvarez to tike a 'd bull game, AiHicl.illin Is busy) IryliiK to null BACK
Wf!! 4, but Fcrnandlna was pennl- the ball but after pi'Uinn, trapocd to the air and he threw two prod ... a I A .
; Had five yards and Schomas ran Nobles fired the bull ti\ his left to ones: to Barry Rice before another .: until be giver: away' on ()iicmbc 24
I ) We did ml rcall/e II Ill'were
tor 4 yards Alvarez added 2 and Alvarez who lock the pig,kin over fell Incomntelc: then Alvarez con. records Hilt Ainc'iir ricHliing a ticket just call
"', Schrmas tried to punt but his I for the rxtra point to make the netted: with Pikula for 2 yards, I checking our scored by me hei'iusc' I have a few left The
bul the 11 points
\ kick was blocked and the bill roll. sorrc, fl-7. then another to Beryl I Rice and Ord week the ticket silt cost Joel one dollar and
Santa Fe was the flint time- might dike liume a Jeep.: We At Home
-- stir Iher gold shot to Pikula for a you

flint down oil 'the Rebel 26. Alvaret I touchdown Pirates have scored line) on more them than In unrgame one air anxious to run into someone' -
tossed to Barry Rice good
., Ililu year. Until' tillSanta.. Kp
to the Rebel 8''yard line, then: hit Sv Rime, the i;: Plinles: had;; not.. 'ulloucd;
If don't want Miller: In the stomach In the end i I 12 during the first five
,, : you rove, but Miller old not) hold thebull but points BUCCANEER LANESSPECIAL
f played: : ,
then Russell Taylor I Intercept.rd
to repaint again f the next: Alvarez pass The Re. Melvin *!PnighprtVi-tt former rV star

bell worked the bnll to their own !
,. .. athlete In thin nrrn and! now Commander .
.. fumbled and Barry
30 where they
in this decade ;'::'L of the local' American Leg
recovered for the Pirates ?
Rice: : 54, would like to have all
Ion Post
: : LUCITE .. ball with game two minutes Alvarez remaining passed to In Bar.the 8(. American Legion/ baseball equip-" FAMILY DAY EACH SUNDAY

use touch. l mint turned In as early as possible
ry down the middle for the
Dougherty sa\s 12 Noon Until Closing
down' then hit Miller with a strike ,
6eaufifuf like to get: all the uniforms cleaned
; house paint for the extra point to make the
new colors score, 15.14 with about a minute THIS BIO SANTA FE RACK was brought I : down, I from. for next season about lie his new Is really Job and enthuslaslic .. \ \ Per GAME

remaining In the game behind by Harry Mills, Pirate halfback. Coming I up: to: -- .1 \ 735c ,

New "LUCITE" goes on effortlessly, I Schomas tried an onslde kickoff assist on I play is Fullback Beryl I Rice Pirate on. ground \\ '

.. covers wood, stucco, brick, masonry, I but the Rebels recovered and is not identifiable. I)" I, :::: ; ,., .. .;..
cinder block, Ones In just one hour two falls by the quarterback ended OYSTERSCocktail .- -
,_ to form a weather.tight protective I the game and handed: the Pirates I ,
shield. m needed for repaint their first loss of the football es, Jerry Board, !Ncbles, Beryl, la, find Hair? and Peiyl Rice --iic :.F'I.
:: If old l paint: Is In good shape LUCIT!' Mike Rice, Jack BarnUk. Harry. Friday nlRlit the Pirates 11'11I1) .
Brushes and hands clean up Mou..h campaign Mills and Dunne Rowland shared I: !I entertain Callahan before hitting.' i'BQWLIN
: fast and easy with Just water u I' The Pirates played a good game in the di'k'imive work for the the rand fol ta !games before I For : Fun
and It vas a tough one to lose by Pirates reluming home for the finul of the Surf Restaurant 'I. Family

= tONLY 8.55 GAle Just one point\h but all hands point i i I Schema, Noble, Barry Rice, season against Live Oak. Starke I /1 \ \
I this week to Callahan game and Orange Park will be the '
Alvarez and Beryl Rice did the : Across From Ocean Tier
set for Friday night games plnyi'rt away from home. I I FURTHER
\ Mike Pikula was the leading I running for the Pirates with Al- I II I Score by Qimiteri1: I II I PRIVATE DINING ROOM OFFER GOOD 'TIL NOTICE

; tackle maker for the game with varez lousing the bull to his tu. I Santa Fe 2 7 8 0 15 FOR PARTIES, CLUIIS, '
NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. I 717 South 8th Street Phone 26141116FERNAND1NA ;) ()
17 and Steve Seville second with
gets of Miller, Joe Thrift, I'iku- Fcrnunuma 0 0 7 7 14 ETC.
> 10 Alan Cover made 8, Bulk Bibb I ---. I
29 South 8th Street Phone 24U-3648 I _. -- ,.
11 and Kffty Rice 1, Jim Young; -- -
r 4. I
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---.L- ._.......-....-_ .. .. ...1.:. ..- ___ .-- t Carl .ABaenon.I Alvarez,_Joe .Stor 1 iSchool Echoes I

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I '65 Comet completes 16.200-mile durability run 1 1Shsdil (_


J from Cape Horn to Fairbanks, Alaska, in 40 days BEACHES" i"

Livelier C.m.t... preps once I
sgaln why It's the World' Duraklllty ffrertory) Furnished Dy Theile' 1\ftrchant anti Dualism...:,Men -

CNamplsn. Uses phew I .
room! mod.il In sty-and-nlght I "
'I"r grind from... the MUm U the B'E WI I S E. ;SIburban

top if the weldsFAIRBANKS. + .d a e T I D E.S Gas CoeRE

Mercury Comets. Oct.today 22 -finished, Three KATHY MIKE LAlRt RAY I, "Porcelainize" Pro roe
a run no car has ever attempted!
,in so short a time-the rugged III, rates displayed a 1 ast minute ; LASTS 3 on 4 TIMES .t IBtTIES ya .At. Jl/BBDS/ IN
16,200.mil. grind from Cap Is down I climaxed by a 33 yard toucll.I LONGER THAN LP:
Horn to Fairbanks The student body settling surge Add 30 Mlnut.s rae GAS ,APPLIANCES,
to a relatively caay week of school I down pans from Benny Alvarez to ORDINARY WAX JOD
En route, day and night, the now that> homecoming Is over. The I Burry Rice Alvarez then threw lo I Peraasdiae Barllo ,7 South 7th St..

cars routine had maintenance no major repairs.:That's, just ULlivitie? were .very successful. I Billy Miller for the PAT Alvorer I LASSERRE MOTOR ""ntle 261.1661 1C
The annual Pirate Ricapndei start. was outstanding on offtthie as he
... ample proof that 1965 Comets ed the activities The Senior Honor I completed U of 14 passes for 111 I O. IIIGII LOW'
a. I
are powerful and tough, not just 'H.: KIN I G
On defense, Mike Pikula
lively and beautiful.- I Society won first place: the Key yards I 8. 81h 8t Ph. 261.3819 Friday, Oct, all(
Club second and the Science Club was nothing short of sensationalas
third. At the close of tho Escapa- I 1 he collected 16 \tackles, I 4:19: a.m. 1O:2l: PHOTO SHOP

del Mint Jean Rumph was' crowned The spectators\ at the Homccrm- : ? 4:41: p.m 11110: p.m, trieiere
the 1964.65 FBHS HomceomInr treated to fine Going Fishing well
ai Ing game were a Peeeeedsg. .
a'+ea Queen' with Call McKendr halftime show by the FBHS Pirate Saturday, Oct, 31 pori..".
first runner up. Other: members of Rend directed by Jonathan Hill. I Vhllt U. For ra r ay
al _. the Homecoming Court were Monica The majorettes twirled "fire" batons !I II Complete IIne Of 6:19: a.m 11:23: a.m, eeaseee Appetnsme.e,tasty
..ltt Brooks Janice Fcwler and during a nee ill number at Fishing Tackle : pm. 11:60: p.m. Ms1.ONa
I Henrietta Holt, Prlivwpd were the halftime The Band deserves "-eraSunday
Rods n,18 Nov 1
'Comet famous for durability 1 Paula Lee Kornau, Ann Bibb, Cindy I much credit for Its fine halftime ,

if Piytanal Outdoor
Holt, and Lynda Bunch show Camping GIO Studios At 50. Ash St.
Last year,' spec ally equipped, Cornell .,;, !fran I Equlpm.nl : a.m
100,000 miles at Daytona m 40 days. 19' The Senior Assembly woe held On Tuesday the Seniors 101 k the 6:24: p.m. 12:16: p.m. Phone 261-4586
miles FBHSi auditorium on Fridaymorning Florida Senior; Placement Test '
Bottom to In '
Regular traxlueUM-aetM. .. Csmnui vied, just ; lop/r16,200/ Various skits, each a* Tits' test will tic one of the nxmt 'I FIR I EST 0 N E \Iond"r:\ Nov Z
Wait t to set the car r :: I
Comets. :
I Ike showroom 110 I and Important Dint the Seniors III take I Rowland's
niniiins, tumbling, pantomimes
that made it from Cap Horn tj Fairbanks'V.Sityour ? I 66:: lI.m 12136:: .
4 r.'cltatlonslele done by the Sn- during torte high yiurs.
Mercury dealer's. Check a 1965 Comet Also on Tuesday, the Pirate B. Ill AIlsnt: Au m.m 7:07: IIm. 1:03: II.m. UPHOLSTER
t Ten
with smooth Multi-Drive Merc 0- .
Calienle' ., DO yOU NEED-
.. team pluved a home fooOmll name j
The difference: the run tars had J, The llimirtomlng Parade was Tuesday N. .1
Mal'c. only REI'Alft'
OU'IUNnl: oa
against the Santa Fc nl'I'III./ ,
an extra gas !tank, because SONIC stations' ..>. sr held at 4.JO on Friday after noun. How Much Will, Your
.. pea frequently so far apart m South America w r.y. .. The rRracle, li'rt by the Pirate''I team. Iho., 1'olioU: edged the fir- 715: ILn!. 1 ::11i lI.m wL&N';lCRE Vss ::''
utes out 7-C); however, it was avery SOCIAL SECURITY 7:40 : ...
# In South America, Spring wn Bind incluileri! Coats" walking skits, : I : 1. p.m. MEW era covans: "
Thaws /flooded the roads and decorated cars. exeltinleCame.| Your FamIly'' f tauu'vroU -
near You or
FBHSsHrmccrmlng This Friday niirht the l'iral..1 t Pay Wednesday: XfI.J
"Win, lone or draw,
will entertain the Callahan football
is aluavs a big I 1:57: atm.FREE
: lame I GULP LIFE'S Planned 8115: a.m :
team. Richard Sch'tmas! Mike Pl-i
; lucce l. This year's hard fought I kula, Jerry Beard Pee Wee Nobles .'I $ecurlly AnolYll1 will 8:22: : p.m. 2:21: p.m. We PIck Up and Deliver
content vllh the Santa Fe RiM
jJ : : II and Alan' Cover, who are some
was nt cxcepllin I However fat* help quorontee Thursday, Nov. 5 Porter & LoveguistSocial
..... .... dealt the Pirates i cruel blow when of the boys Injured during :theHomecoming I Security lee.Bla
game, are expectedto 8:50: am 2:3: a.m. General Contractors
two touchdowns and a safety gave
Passing, IOI.don.eI gold refinery, hRen l a 1K.14 v>'I ln. Th PI-I I be ready fur the Callahan game, l:(' May w. Serve You' 8i6::: p.m 3:10: p.m. -w SPECIALTIES -
Come the game Friday night at'
It Anlofluta, northern Chde. Tate pitying their tiinhMt t op.prot'nt PLAT Tic Ai RFACING'' !
Nov 6
dale br kc the 800 pm, The Pirates who are 'ridilY, -
to nearly
," l'fj.I supporting a 3.1.1 record will needa JAMES F. (Jim ) BUILT CARI"TS' :
.., ..n ...... game wide open In the first q'mr.ter !921} ; am 3'10 arn.CUSTOM
Camels in ready for Immsdlitt lalivsry. N* waiting, If you aria ysun now. I t when defensive star Alan Civ. sure victory a winning In this season next game Your to sup In-j, RYLANT 929; pm: : 349:; pm: : KITR MODELI44TH 1

er picked up a Santa Fe fumbl. \ will be greatly needed M the P. O. 110' 119 Complete Showroom

[II ._i1fr4cibq Comet J :Q and line.sprinted L'nfoitunatelv toward the Cover Rebel thins goal. I I of Pirates the Aea go t for n. their fourth victory Phone 1.IIHJ: : Coalll O-odeUe"0.. Caaeae to"N. For Color Coordination

__ 'fumbled on the Santa Fe 10 yard I See Jim next' week Gulf Life I ns. Co. Phone 261.3068
Good oaf' roads, were relief, for line and the Rehe's' recovered the _
world's durability champion ar.veri after rugged) sUetcrts. ball In the end zone for a toucli-
back. Later In the first half! Santa
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LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY linesman Fe scored blnrked I safety Richard hcn a Rebel filch) FUN IN THE SUN 9

mas' punt and the ball bounded ftut '
of the end lone. The Pirates louxli'' AT FERNANDINA BEACH
Phone 261-3812 Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8'h' .tl hack 'Irnm a 90 half-time ctefiiit wulr ,, .
when quarterback Benny Alvarez I a l lr I
:Nobles threw to Alvarez for let I J
PAT. Although losing 15-7:; the Hi-



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NfTV.Ionc'c-r, rl'nanllin1nf'tll'b.. rioiidi: njul''d\: ', OctrWr/ 2<). 1961 Tags Viri'| ? .
I : 1 1st A _. .
Corporation Reports GainsIn At The Churches Baptist OIts: I .. ,

Last of Education George H. RowlandIn Cemetery Assn. Meet ,r )
Third 1 1964-65
Sales and Budget
Quarter Earnings I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST! ASSEMBLY OF GOD Basic TrainingAt Held Oct. 21 At I \\J
J. T. Dunnam Pastor Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor
Net earnings of Container Corporation Sales for the three month period Worship Services S:80 A.M I 10:00 a.m. Sunday School Simtnj minting. I lie runercei. Under Korean 61! Great Lakes NAS Recreation Center .

ot America rose to 21 percent were 1100752001, an Increase of 11:00: AM 11:00: a.m. .. __ Won hi? Service lien of thy1 First Baptist I Clmreli "
? The t Billo An- r
i\KM, osiue \ Cemetery
II.L i Firm: > |
and sales Increased 10 10.' cent over last yean third 7:30 P.M. was called Into a special business: ,
percent I per : 6:30 p.m C. A Youth Service* Dill .rt
? Underway 1'1,111"/1 OI.tlhrr 21 In
i nut
(11111,1\' II Otis load. 50, son olMr on
session by the Pastor James T I
during the third quarter of quarter tales of 191,085.000. Sunday School 11:46 AM 7:SO p m. Kvonircli'tic Scenic Ills: Dicitatiin Conference
and Mis Riuhmlof!
l'C4!: It was announced t tl'day by,I Net earnings for the Dine month Tralnlna tin loa ,.. 615 P.M.I'r.'er Wednesday mid week service Dunn 1m, for the purpose 01 f mlipt, llpnn H Tie I
Leo I log the 1163 church budget. \Vltli St; Pclersbiim Hi The tailsemester hiiiirindm Hmh hat beaun hurtsIrolning im niulinu\ was opened| ,,
H( Schoenhofen, president and eelnetdii I .. I
30 total. li.rvcI 1
September ) lIu
ending :
period : | III.fr of '' t nl HIP :Naval Training ('en.I by the Presldint\( Ira. W. H Sol ,
Jake cnlcci vnrntknaiwheal
Mr Motlavnw Gl'nrrnlfhalrman "r
pony chief f executive which officer pntcrbuardmill I led 17.137.000, or $1.S3 per share 780: PMBinLt'oAPTldT 1? trfll'IIfH ( of the Foiwird Program .. 'i I training/ under, the K'1'811 I tir, drciil lake. III birl l I.nllh"i i ot the last 01l'l'lml 'i!
operates a compared with $13919000, or $121 oft OF CHRIST \acre lend bv Mr. F. II lltbcln. ___...
and container I' CHURCH of Church Flnniup. prrsld GI Bill HIM" unlir any this niuitllM \ Tie" nnc nn'k (training Include
In Fernandina shipping Beach. ,, p'int I' per share for the same pcrlcd of Ctk Street. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS \tog, the cnngregminn iimwlmnis'vadiptcd : T Dixin !D,rector "I t the Hur 1 nawil: iilinlilloii, history and or Mciitji) Mis D.l A. Kelly, tnaHiuir 0
Increase of U cent UII!) Soistk I
1963, an per ,
Mermoa lot
( ) ( one i report of the fln.in.
I Pastor the budelI/ hll'lI (had Ida Dipmtnictil" \ ot \\tlernimf I /Rinl/allin, fniminslilp. ordiunu"' ..
Sclioenlictcn said earnings for Sales for the first three quarter* Johnny L. hag !Missionaries\ errs on hind ''lIP''
been olfli'lallv presented an, I die' ;: fairs laid l"dW and gunnin. inllUij. drill first hy
the three months ending September j I were $238314000 9.2, compared cent gain.choenhores with. :10:00 Sunday A.M Services, _. :_ Sunday School Elder Kemp Elder Batson Unused last Uettnesdiy rvinlnit I When the SI'1I11'111'r' rods In Jin. I pit mil sin\ it/Ai.O'srhig Tlic i, How Int. committee chair. pa .
30 $204042000 a per :
I N. Fletcher Ave.
tnlalled SiTriOOO. or .|15l per 11:00 A.M. Morning Worth 630 This biiilsil' totaling t7g,7T0lllInrhxtea '' story. l'i! It \will murk ho I cud | Hit training recruit re men tllIl\.y\:; Mod'; reports' on HIP: .
share aild figures 261.5624
of Ph ,
stock vtoik ,
common : fbmpared nit oily the operation of also ol the I-iltirtitiin: and Truill.I celk.sU mid, Inlirvliwi\ which Irate accom I >llnhcd
I I / (
6 30 ....._ B,T U I
with' M7GD010 or $,42 per\ share I have been adjusted to Include the : p.m. u.uu.i.m-t- oft tt -tr :the local; church program but: also, I II I tag Program for Korean Unflltt< 1 determine tlulr fiitine' nmlgnniinl" has Mule Cine. mimbemlilpiluirniHii .

-during- the third quarter,or 1963.- sales and earnings of the Dela 7 7:30'00: P.M.p.m.Men'i Evening Prayer Worship Service ST MICHAEL'S PARISH I I41t'S I Includes gifts for home and f.)roli.iimlsslnn ,, veteran II hiih was huuclcd ,Ills In I the :Non' I,pin mulcting I the :;:I.. :: reported'; many penploIn !: .
Michael Church I 2nd and causes It also prtnliln :,,16. 19.2 nMkinin 1 (tho are' Htslgiud to Mr i risk i and nailing to join
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Tuesday) I lam. 1st. 3rd and and, ailed' the eight new members( .
i:00: p.m. .., ...... Vldtattoet I ISI. i the amount needed for this yror's I II !Dlxen laid Hint morn< Hun. 2100.. vice nduuli fir technical tralnlntf
Prayer Meeting? Wednesday" 7:SO 5ili Sundays 11 '.m, I payment on the new I-dllcllllnllili.: I 001 veterans have liken. jidxinlme or In shins and ulalinu. fir en.the. prisdii lit t this meeting .
Peter Claver Church Banding occupied last your I of the prourim. the d ,iillipdie j Juts (Mining in a :Nosy ruling!! HIMihll Mrs Mm Mirrow;, civic cornm'Urr .
lot, 3rd and 5th Sundavs Sam. '. rip II rted that prcxlcimphim
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST The Ilurigct!! Promotion Commit of January 31. I'M kill( op \
2nd and 4th Sundays 11 a.m. his donlkniled Siunl. '. \ hid "bicn hc'd up clue to tin .
CHURCH Ire !t\ ""V" ply to lulh Korean (nlllit< 1 \elir Naval training proclirei the piwrr
REV. THOMAS( HICKS Callahan Church 9.30 a,mEvening ember 8 a> Demonstration, ; PIN" on< nlreadv' cmh n'ki'd on lln'Ircourse In ICIII"|'iwer by mipphlnu quail ;damage 1 1'' :: | raised;: bv I irrlruiu .
Devotions at St. ,
In which each member of "Hie of study 'ind 'to those, v\li (tied pi'rsi nni'I to I, mIn the nhipsnlnnn iHni and the neiChslty of mare '
J 1:45: am, ..... .. Sunday School Church will be on Tuinljv h'h'Ian
> fn tin clear the fal-
city in
IK urged t it give a tutee I if .
hi'rch ) will stout I classes: t l's''i Hu first 1 limp 1 end shore stations of today
MEDBCAL i:00 1 : a m, __ Morning Worship at 7:30: p.m. 11'1'1111.1/ dahris.h .
bin Income for Hint \I I'l'k"ulhy thin past I sppitmlwr Nat y.ne'cled. .
1:30 p.m, _?.. Trkiiiina Union i 1a' 1'7 1rN011TH iinln,, .. Its ron.aM
aim to
plans are underway la< Thr xeternn continue In --'--- appolulpd see
SP( Evening: Worshipredneaday CD
: p.m. >> I I4lk STREET write the entire budget on "Drill about maker mule
1'hu1IIII'r 1 Hint dili hit he will of rehnhllllatun lunlnn pout
service, 7 XCpm a fppiirulc program
ASSISTANCE ? / payer : BAPTIST CIIUKU1 cotton Pop," :November 11 when ni I IOIl'';ir r'rl'l\, nn a'luunmp' will\ continue to be cir nit I1llnll',1Uh I name's if flow.r \ ". "

,. ---- --- -- Rev S. C Boker each mi-mixr 1.1 f the church w'.IIplidKc from tlu \'\ cnh: month .ti im"<'l rlul on mid that there Is ni dead : fir, on I runts, and limes In the .
Interim Pastor> In (flnnnrlallv mopiit,t tin put nl the tral'ilim nil lit htg expi UUP due fir 1 thin prugram inuIIP, A 'furs" Utter In being
FOR OUR! : SOIOR CITIZEN ware Barrel & Drum Company, .... SehouU chirch donna. the enmlng *cnr mild I .
f M5: am ??..... Sunday I'II,111111 I Dixon III Krs Inleriitcd! reader, I nq'III'I',1 I li send" to the local( ciliUIH
which Container Corporation acquired I :00 am ..... Morning Wor.hi| A Budge t Filr I I. ,pi:mm'd fort \D'Mm fin tom 1)11111'11 oil Hint of 1 Ihlk in\\Hpiipir\ to cinlait Huh Infiinilnii them of plain the

) In September stock Per share through eirn-an 630: pm M...............?. ,.. BTL t the membership I of the chinch on for tin siKm"u/mi ('intlutelii\ i local Veteran (Count t service" Ol I soiliiton/ his tor cleaning lot*. :
HOLLAND exchange; been restated to Includethe 7::JO p.m. ? Evening orshli!I Thtirsdi\ night' \i\pmbor 11. Inwhich win Billion, ,I ilnnhllliis: \ II hkh I flier lot Inlonniitlon abuit lists 01anv I' All pirsins' Inti'rented are Invlteil .
Ings bate 7:30: pm'' Mid, .W.ik Servireit the tarliMN mlnlitrl pui bite linn ndjiilc':ilul 'r\lie' c'III.. of their u'It'runs' ffah'a tu Jiln .\nnuiil dun! are $201).
shares outstanding as a
new : -fr: sided, through the Wi liitdisiM! will .
result t of the transaction if
PRFSBYTMUAN: be shown rncli ircnnlrail _
strongly supported medical assistance to Florida's Schoenhofen said sales and earn. I FIRST CHURCH the church will lime n "bmlhnVnlctlni a

senior citizens through the KERR.MILLS BILL, Ings gains achieved during thll Re,. John. Denier, Pastor : their particular! wirk i
which covers both hospital and doctor bills. It third quarter and the first niw' I Refreshments wP'| IIP reived. (nod
Church School .............? B:45 A.M I : .
protects those who have the need and Is financedby mentis of 1964 Indicated I strong I the pastor will bilng a brief elexo-
Worship Service ........ 11:00: A.M
our states with Federal support. possibility that sales and earnings t Ion nl.
Youth Meetings ... ... 6:00: P.M.j
Medicare, the other proposal, offers only limited for the entire year will be the highest / Church School .......?.... 7:30 P.M Chairmen for HIP budget!: eimna .
In the history of the company >I WHAT HAS THE GOP !
hospitalization, financed by an increase in Social worlds largest producer of paperboard I II *: r fit' Pastor en Rev. limes T ))''lI1nllm
Security taxes. It all citizens rich SPRINGHILL BAPTIST
covers senior pack+Rlnl. 'Although competition General Chairmen JiKe' Mi tin.
or poor, but .it... does not cover doctor bills. I remains Intense and prices I i CIIIRCH '
: you'Bi'dect
of acme fabricated products con-1 Hate Hlway 1 In7 NassautllURev. .
Florida's entire In voted for I Planning!! Oils 11!gel n
afejegation Congress time: to be depressed, Schien- William A rrye .
the Kerr.Mills, I jtach. Our state legislature approved hofen mid, "our earnings prl.ntlallhas Interim Pastor bothamBudKPt Wil,I I.
it for a two.year trial period, as did 36 been strengthened by capital Promotion Lloyd

states and territories. Improvements we have been making Pastors(For Men Prayer) ......lime.............?. 7am I Budget ters Pledging Roy Key, Edgar Done for Nassau County :
Fild Political Adiertlumtiit Paid Tot Br during the past two years I
Herbert C, \\Me. Troop. I Sunday School?.......? 0:45 am Jones, Edgar Haddock I
"During the past three .... .. 11
Morning Worship ? ? am Sunday School (canon ClniiminRoKoe
CONTINUE PROGRESS IN PROTECTINGOUR paperboard machines began Training Unloi. ?........ 615: pm Moore .
successful operations at our mills I Evening Worship ....... 7:30 p,m OfVi
SENIOR CITIZENS REELECT In Brewton, Alabama, and Call, /| Wednesday! Mrs. Linda \Hewitt 01 fie'e )trip 7 o o 'joe.):) .

I Colombia," Srhoenhofen reported. Men's Hour of Power .." 7pm Committee .
"The contribution which will result Prayer Service ...... 7:SO p.m, I Tally Committee A. J. fix .
/81'x) .
from the addition of these two mi- "Whosoever will may come" Secretaries Mm Ilomir Howe,

SPIES SARD L.HOLLAND. chines,of which represent than $24000000 an Investment ., more
OF GOD OF Budget Fair Mrs Hugh Stone,
should. be significant In 1963," : .
PROPHECY Jr., Mrs, E, P. Fai"iko" ( *
Container Corporation will pay I Cor 5th. and Date 8ts I -++-. .- -- / .! .
1 I Its next quarterly dividend of $1.00
to holders of preferred stock on I Mrs, Dolly Hall, Pastor : ST. PETERS IPIM.OIML: : \,,5H In\)

December 1 to shareholders of record 10,00 a.m, .. .. Sunday School CI1LKC11 S
November 20. A 1100 am Marnlng Worship The Rev James I D. minor Kirtor
stock dIvidend of $.25 per share\ 7 00 p.m. Bible Study (IBT.C.t:I I 7:31)1f.: holy communion KEEP THE FLORIDA STORY :
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will be paid November V to 730;; p.m. Evangelistic I Serviti 10:UU AM Chili III 1 ruchiirlHt: t,
holders eJ record November 3. 7:30: p m. Tuesday Mission 11:16''MChurch School .4.: .
i PlY and Pra>'w Service t'f : 'I- f. .
YLH S:36.M.:: Episcllpal| l l Young
T\ J.- 7:30: p.m. Thuraday Churchmen .

Nothing gets around like a goblin withCHEVRON FAITH Service tr BAPTIST for oft Young CIIIRCH*People Sunday'(Thin'with Is' the the schedule exception of of,vE'ry'the ALIVE IN 65 1rmll/l!!' !

last Sunday of the month)
Rev Jerold A. Philips, Pastor I.JAr
1( No. 4tk fa.Sunday I LAST, SUNDAY OF THE : ,,;.
< School . 10.00 a m I ; MONTH7:50A.M. : oqr.
Morning Worship .. .. 11 00 a.m" : Holy Communion : .
!Sunday Evening 7'30 p.m. I 10:00: A.M. Morning( Prayer .
Wednesday Prayer Meeting and Sermon I Vote DemocraticAll
...,,. 7:90: p.m. I ISI. I 11:15: AM Church School 'S
5:00 P.M. Fplicopul Young

LUTHERAN!' Churchmen ,
\. PAULS .

.the LIVELIER gasolines! Amelia City CI1URCU lJ fir InterssftloaAM I CHURCH* *OP r.OIICor 6 "j a'"r!' .

.. 4th and Cedar Sta.

Earl E. Petzold. Pastor Rev J t J. Newman, Pastor ,i !
.. 4 The
( 900 am Morning Service H:00 am. .?.?_ Morning Service Way 't.
Gay occasions call for these new and St::00 a.m. Sunday School I.v E. Friday Evening 7::3U) p.m I

'modem motor fuels, BO right for Dixie's CHURCH CHRIST T:30 p.m.Phone._ ..2AI Evening.3807If ( Servlci I .

pulsing pace today. Choose from :3'peat South 14th OF Street ):00 am _._... Sunday Scnool "f'ii .
'" Chevron gasolines Each packed Earl Bilks n. Minister Prayer meeting Wednesday \ .

with livelier performance, long-rUnning economy. I !Sunday: Bible Study ? 10:00: am I 7:30: n PI I." .

Besides, in Chevron and Chevron Supreme you Morning( Worship ?? 11:On a.m. I I' .rJ
.different antiknock compound Evening Worship .... TOO: p.m. .
get !,; <
that helps/rfevelop all the power built into your ; '1 oft f '" OYSTERSFried S
\ car. Stop lit$tAndard. Go lively with Chevron! : CALVARY J. C. BYRD BAPTIST, PASTOR CHLRCH, NASSAU COUNTY

Sunday School ................ 10 AM .
Morning Worship ............ 11 A.M I

We take better can of your oar Evening Service* ?.....-f,7:30 P.Mte 'I: Surf I Restaurant DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE :


', South Sits St. Ph. M1.370I PRIVATE DINING ROOM

,:; Ia ,, Rev. W. W. Roland FOR I'ARTIFS J CMIW; ,
Paid Political Advtrlwminl r
Sunday School . 10 a m I ETC.
Worship Service 11 a.m.
rr Prayer Meeting, Tuesday 7:30: p m. I ------ .
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I)' k I Rev W G. Brooks Pastor j'\\ _


: 9.45 A.M. Sunday School
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship \ & r
,,, eAAM.f 6 00 P.M. Men'i Prayer Service

7:30 11:30::: P P.M..M. Evening Training Worship Unlun I \, :

.wfr ,I \ Wednesday Services! i I .
.f 7:30: P.M. .. Prayer ServiceMEMORIAL .


enter 1 I Nelson 1 I', Moyer, Pastirt

//I :4S a.m, ?_......? Sunday School I From filling 'er up to a li I DEPENDABLE Our expert, experienced o
1:00: a.m. _.... Morning Worship complete car check anti SAFE, SURE! mechanlcA) check jour
6.30 p m. .. MYF Supper Programs. I I
overhaul gee us, for When It comes to car For your Bake, let input carthorlouhll'thlr't I mare moderate .

a.oo p.m. .. Evening Worship service fait 'and rllCht.lIt'r\'I c I nlI\ I it pay t 0 your ('lIr., wheiN: in cost.

trtr 'A'l'IUfE I same to UII. From minor perfect alignment '
c : OP PEACE 1 i r' .
# LUTHERAN CHURCH (I Stop herewith I repairs to a complete Reliable Sen'Ice I l \ Drive In .
Donald R, Hlmmelman. Paatw overhaul.I '
I' Phone 2CM634 I L'1 I awe I All Work Guaranteed! I for fast .
We Do The Job Right.
Sunday School ....,??.?. 11:4\: :\ s. m.1+ and RO 1 - U' *yaerv'ice!

I, Worship *Service* ... ir 11.00 a.m. ,I II Automatic Transmission Repairs S


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Amelia Road P\ M* "" ..1481Hartl.n LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYPhone i
.manta"CMEvsQ : V IJ I Perplex Pastor
*!>md.y BCKOO! 19 a.m
.r 261-3812 Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8th' StrtetContainer
Morning Wo'ihip -__ 11 I.m. .
H. F. STONE, JR., Agent- Fernandina Beach, Florida Evening Worship _____ 7 p.m

Wednesday Service 7pm..

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: Firestone Fernandina Federal ... e \ r.1 f ';; .'.Y\, JW
,''d r:_Ii'' Beach Supply I Savings 6' Loan The Sandbox. A. S. Allan's fueling For The Pirates

: f p' iIS Phone Atlantic.261.U82 Avenue _Association GO TEAM, GO_ t :I I nForrest Ozburn "A Good Store for the Rich T H. King
.eKY 3t.... The Best Store for the Poor" Photo Shop
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.-'- Florida Notional Bonk __
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At Fernandina Beach Buccaneer Laundry Woodward' Motor Co C H U C K' S P A R TIN'S I
A I'lrate Hooster All The CHEVROLET TV Service
The Way b Dry Cleaners 313 Atlantic Avenue
W Sales It Service .
601 Ash St Ph 261.4191 Established 1878


Florida Public Reynolds Motor Co. Hordes Bros. Co ROBISON'S
Utilities Company Your Local Hardware Houseware Suburban Propane
Oldsmobile Dealer Building Material Gas Service Jewelry & Glfls I
317 Atlantic Ave

Seaside Hotel, Mater MATHER
S and GO (PIRATES Got Florida Abstract 6'
of Fernandina Moore's Grocery
: Restaurant Roy Key, Manager G ENE'S I Title Insurance CO I WE'UE WITH YOU I

t'omplimenly of Mary K' Deportment
Land b Williams
Enterprises AREStore11'ITIt B A I LEY'S I FERNANDINA
S "With You All The Way" :Jl2 \lIanlic Ave. I'h.YOU 2614383: :J ....l. LOAN CORP. L EWE L LEN'S

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tIi ABOVE ARE THE 1961 FERNAND1NABEAtpHlIGH JoSnson.! Benny Alvarez Randy Trice Richard lea, Ilr ij', Jack Hnrniuk, Vike Piktili, Mike Fiala I I Mike i end Joe Johnson, right, Not |pictured are the Assistant dS
SCHOOL "PIRATE who w'I'I enter. Joe Thrift Barry Rice Carl Anderson. Jerry Bear an $ ''*Jfi ala, Couch \\s\\ne lUnner end Assislanl l Coaches George Tyson and ltnl Slower, Pirates Bobby
tainT/h/ :'|:Callahan "Ramblers" Friday night. From left. Cover,''J.mounpr, John Bunch SIne Betille, Ber e, l'oac Ittrt"ilean. Pictured front, kneeling, Is Mascot Johnson and John \ll.in, and managers Mike Philips
o Kennj Jancisler: : Buck Bibb Richard Schomas, David Billy Miller, Joe Stores, Duane ROM Und, Doc Stan Henntr, tenter, uilh managers, Mirk_ Jenkins. left, Ronnie Other. and Don) Sumduihto.PICTEHED .
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: 1964 Pirate Football Schedule i

: Sept 18 Pirates ? Camden Co 0

> Sept. 25* Pirates 6 x P. K. Yonge 6

Oct. 2 Pirates 26 x Green Cove 0 I
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0Cj ct. 9 _k Open t b e

Oct. 16 irates 7 x: Baker County 6 ;', ','; r

Oct. 23. Pirates 14 "Santa Fe 15 :

e Oct. 30 , . CallahanStarke
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e. COLORrL'L AND PRETTY TOO are.the football cheerleaders who are all ready to Nov.: 6 '. . ... .T ..
cffof: Ch "PIrate 1eam ,tit 1ct i'y.' From I left, are, Kalffy LewIs," Tricla 6carBoro7L6r : 1$ Nov.1-"':8'+ -. "Orange Park

.r Lathrop, Artie Stein Wanda Shealey, Judy Vrancken and Paula Kornau, encl N ov. 20 , , Live Oak '"" + .v..i .
S cling Captain Bobbl Becton. Alternates not pictured are, Kay Askins and Connie '
e Gasa.a x Denotes Conference Games!
. .-- J Denotes Home;; Garnet
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e ". '. I Compliments of r Compliments: of
Paul l C. Burns
T. C. HerringYour L. B. Reese Plumbingb
Builder of Kingsberry Homes WINNDIXIEFOOD F R E E Z E T T E
Gulf J Distributor Heating
e _.. 319 S. 8th St.. Ph. 261.3606 STORE -. j Louis & Sara Reese

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Wooten InsuraneaG
.. Compliments of BEACH BAR DIXIELAND Charles I Rogers Agency
TV & Ridio Service "Your One-Atrip insurance
e Glenn and Dolly Heugnet Office"
Lynn s Dress Shop MAXWELL'S 201 Alachui Ph. 201-5107 1 I
.._.. 27 N.1rd:! St. Ph. 261.501e :>> :


Compliments of Perdue Seville Shiell's Grocery
Jimmy Stevens Accounting-Tax Consultant BLUE SEAS And 'Dealer For Peterson Packing Co.
Service Station Doiier & Guy Paint
...... \ulee, Florida 211 Atlantic Ave.
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O O ',,1 Downtown Compliments ofLowe's Pro Ed Mattson Rowland's Upholstery

e ,- Gulf Station STEGER DRUG CO. Fernundina Reach Golf(: Shop
MIl Grocery !1t1!::!) South Nth( Street
Atlantic & Eighth Course Phone! 2dlHlj: a:
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e e Good Luck Pirates! Lasserre Motor Co. H. Askins tOMPIIMEMS H. F. ( Hugh f ) Stone: Jr.
Good Housekeeping Ford &. Mercury Dealer! f. OFFOOD
e See Us For Your Next AcentSTANDARD
Gas Company -New or Uned Car Advertising Co.
FAIR OIL() (0.
Yulee, Florida GOODYEAR ESSO ..._,'

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!Bi!! gll0j1ilia'IIihlP? !!! !?! '!*!!"!??i!?IB"q! SBR0( !! QUANTITY RIGHTS! RtiEkVED-PRICES GOOD THRU OCTOBER SISTCOIVm.MT ---

Medical Self Help IiE4 t'r Inht SAY' :Irlyrl Jliiil!riii? ; :, .

Course To Deqin !?: ywrPr' ; .! !' ?!! '' 1

Friday In Callahan! oily 1 V :unto

The CttlUtian HemP Demonntrv.DM
Club In e"'onr. Itinn with the
Nsau r''"nty Health Department.
ta *trworln I win' on MedicalS Y
'f He'n: The flat Ha wl'l' be r I It
hi'Id on Frlihy, Octnhrr 30'h. from
Bum. to 12 noun at' the CdllahmB \ t I.. 9, .ii rrW
ntW! Ch'irrh Annex Subneqwnlc8i
es will be Mrt ouch Monday ..- ,. .,
Unrtlnd NnvrmhT Bill, at (he lame .,

time and Irrontlnn 0 \ j \ '.,
The p"rr>c" rf thIs ro'rie I I. In ..
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provide" knrvVdsi and some skill
In troMIn Inl'''irlrs 'nd rnrlng fnr Nn
the sick In dho'lT\ filiation such I ,>
in nurtcar mark no d or htirr- .,
tune The 1'1''1 <', Medical! !Vlf! Heln. ,.'.
toys we '111 learn to Mo curselVM ; ly ;I R JI to ...
wht>n Ihprr will nnt be enough
dT'nrs """ III'"A' I" riw! 'h-) "..". Genlr SMALL GOV'T INSPECTED
fro lrnw) hr'n nrpH-d Modest J' Self ..
Holo tlton I Ii hoard on whit to do Sunnylond Smoked
When prnfcMloml! l rare' l I. mH IY. ,,,
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liable for rn extruded period

The elms will bu! ,'nll.r the I""" .
ervlnlon tf Mr. Betv: P Co k. R .. ..
N cf Ore! rinmvi t'rurav' HPopaitmrnt. /" Y A f r r WMx"k i @ rNINaIL
and lha Inctructprs I
will\ be Mr. Jeanette! Joyce and ,
Mrs JuanUi Gray Crl Walte-
Preston will! be a'rat F'Prktr on .. .,
Ridln ;Artlvllv nl I the first ramano!
a modlral: do<'t<)r will be! prf'SfOllt forth .
questlin and /answer ncssl'n WHOLE
The Medlrnl Pelf' Help Cv! r h '
highly recommended for each Indl.v'dual OR HALF : :.:,
by t tw! Naisin County Health .
Department. Civil Defend and the ,LIN ,;:
Florida Stale Board of Health LB. I .

Anyone Interested In attemHai If BRACH CANDY ,.. .
the course mav contact Mra AI. .
onro Joyce In Callahan I; Corn 29'BRACH ,.,. .
PINEBREEZE Gr,- "A" Fresh Fla. MediumEGGS

Charles In Combat, A. LopHen ExerciseOf Cremes Ito., 29 79 Can Ham 3 CAN. $2 59 .: I ;

Joint Forces BRACH ? lo /fol. Sire (Mix) r 2 Doz
1 Burgundy } ,
lei A. Lopt'en!! chief hospital BRACH BUTTERSCOTCH Steaks -89; ',"'I/"
corpsman, t'SV, nOD of Mr.lnd/ SIRLOIN :::'"
Mn Cecil of S23 South Disc 29 ._
C Loptlen .u '
Fletcher Aye. hal tailed term the OI. .. I .., l[ =...:..- = : ,'; f] ,;:.:" ,
east coast of the United 8:atei to h I BRACH 101 CANDY
take part -n Oieratloa: STEEL Treats 79' I .......:
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PIKE In'Spain The combat training ; M.:
exercise will be the largest \ BRACH CINNAMON '
amphibious cperatlon conducted In A FROZEN FOOD H.
Balls 80,29'
the Atlantic since World War IIHa Roast%: LB 48 ,/ ':; ,::.,..

II ,I Sixth member Marine cf Regiment thi ,FtritBattallm. *\\ BRACH ASSORTED 1". :.:JII;

Second Marine Divli'on' which Is \\Toffee ;1/4o,. 9aF :'TOUND BONE SHOULDER MORTON FROZEN CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY I "'uNR
normallyinncd at Camp' Lejuene
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N. C. I ::1 1' jTl. .1 Pot Pies61. 'J"

In the practice landing<<,*'lII.dDo! Drqiait t LB 58 ; ,h'
Marines of the Second Mgyipp/ >I. -5 MORTON FROZEN FOR TRICK OR TREAT J ita :
vision, Second Marine 'Alrornft
Wins and Force Troop Fleet Ma. ; '" 3 Pkg. ..' .....'
rime Force. Atlantic along with a WIN eTORYSN0, ,I 18. ....
battalion of Spanish Marines took IM4KG 9 &
part In a murk assault on beaches IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN FRENCH FRY I
In aoulhcrn Spain rn O"t. 26 from Ribs..11 I $

landing craft and hc'lcoptrra: Cookies PKG. 251 Ptnttc239,: :", to:

Tim combined Marine Undine ; 100 EXTRA STAMPS,i WITH COUPON #64 GROUNDBeef..5 .. .
force carried and protected
by a U S:Sianlnh fleet of 94 ten- $ 95 ...
eels Including ships of tha,United 39" u. 1 :'
Grouper Juke 4Cons 99
States' Mil? '!tary Sea: Transport : ; :
Service and chartered ships,, of J ,
the U. inu'ehant firrt.OJIPra'jrn".STEF.L REG 69t ? COPELAND COUNTRY 'o-- ..... '
PIKE I Is be. LINSI : ---.4R._ --
Inn conducted to show the abll'ty Sausage 9 I. h

of U to 3..rapidly And Allied place lane amphibiousforces aura. FRESH BOSTON BUTT PORK REGULAR 43t .. KLEENEX.(REDEFM YOUR LIFE COUPONS) I CAULIFLOWER ".

hers of trnrps ashore and maintain .
them tiir as long!! PI necessary I Roast LB' 39; 2 ROLL PKG. 29' /$ .
The o,>eratl I :
forces of b lit countries In con PILLSBURY OR BALLARDBiscuits .

letinit-joli/ Air' <'force pontiMniSpnnNh un.'U will fly 4CANS39; REGULAR 3/35i. CAMPBELL'S TOMATO : a-i Hd 29 -::'; I

ml lcrw Jn 8Upr! !: rf the: Und:ng : ,

face ,,81ft* jiKcra't:"with U cperatlng S. Navy from anllMarin REG 39< PALMETTO FARMS KIDNEY BEAN 5 0 U No.1 CAN 10 1 ; .." 1

fast attack carriers and from the Salad I 14-01. CUP 2.9" P I \ LARGE SNOWBALL ." .
Marine short airfield for tactical
utppoil CSATSi', *. REGULAR 49* DEEP, SOUTH
SAT In. In effect a carrier REG 55c SUPERBRAND COTTAGE :

and flight auclltl",1 I reek,, gear:Including rai'd cntapults nshorqH 'Cheese 39xi "y Mayonnaise39'.. .ApLLI 5 BAG 49 + :

was'drvcUpfd bvl' the i SJ-rlnt i, I .
Corps to allow\ Marine air rails i to Il' f 1 VINE' "RUINED 4 ,'..., ,
go ash ,rr quid,)Iv H ipport Marine REG. 2/39 DIXIE DARLING Hamburger or Wiener" REGULAR 3/l. HAWAIIAN : : '

gtruid.: farces In amphibious: 1' Tomatoes 2 LBs.39 .. .
opcratlant Buns1k: .19" 4'I. ', :
Most'or the United Stoics nn'ls' Punch
( Unij 4>art In opTntlnn STEEL "
PIKE will ration to HIP t:. S. d"r-> < DARLING CINNAMON
log the first week In December. B Potatoes 4 "*. 59xTHUNDEROOLT
Buns Pkg.: 2.91 1 rev

She slli/ bicldi- t the window t --r-: : --C;::.TJ"REGULAR _
To ace'the 'world 1111 bj: TRA. EXTRA
And mdiks her loneliness, O I I I STAMPS I '''.
nd{ C/I/ ':: I d91 GREEN! STAMPS .41 GREEN STAMPS d7f wM,?R..N NNNNw 814. CHASE & SANBORNCoffee >'
Or hears "hear "
whispered sigh; wMln w.MN.NN.wNw w'M MRawN NN rwnwYa "
Her dtCp.Jrid'! bitter' sit1! m- 0.. IIM1de PMS. PR511N .ONI I L.. PKHW 'I DOOR MO*! .... I
We down>)..knnw, the: hNlrlbrl'ak.The ( Peeled Shrimp + aj( Ground Beef Halloween .Candy.. 1- CAN 6 91 ...". .
d..Oil! of dark despair GOOD TM.U OCTOIIR aur Oooo THRU OCTO.IR ""lit 4 ,;,, ? boos THRU Sltr6T .,..

That kaka upon the piRxeihy AT ar wlxN aaN. rdi e T KH WIMM aNn_* AT '.YW'N.DIX"" '
From (tuMlie window tin're. I '
The sllpnl window, tin're. EXTRA ; I :,.:

.6,!(,..GREEN, STAMPS I .41,mGREEN STAMPS, w I d7!!M G, R..tt STAMPS NWW N 1" CAN 59J .
hastens w HuN N..INW 1
Youth \ past 1 her window ONI FROltNHOWARD ONe {>< PK. 0.'I4-OZ. .
To keep 11'a, tryst with destinyIn Chocolate Cake Sirloin Steaks Bug .,
It's calve cenetlt. GOOO Tuna OCTO" Sin GOOO THOU 0010505 lifT \ "
litttf:! Oooo TN.U OCTOHR also ?Nr N
It', bolj. :"halve; cimelt( ed7 161 GIANT
aT >NT WIND HIM 4- :8'
I w : PKGd7 : :;
The \"& "Jrnrker hurries on. ;; ;
Ills task yet Ineemp'rl"' A. EXTRA E X A.

Safe In Jthj bistlf-n rf his strength: ( GREEN STAMPS I I .4'J1. GREEN STAMP .4'Jl., GREEN STAMPS REGULAR 79* DETERGENT" "
H has nal known defeat, ..''''IW(.M'NM M4MwJ MM3WW/M wWww IN
< M 1 "+=nw WWw ..
Ignomlnton difeat I Two',.sail c..o". ONE a LI C.NHORMIL 0.. E,L. ..... GIANT '
TNRIPTY' MAID,I HONELIStCanned C".CKIN' GOOD Cheer 58YliljlU I .....
r. ( Ice Milk Ham Fig Bars PKG' '"
O thou wkcie icope Is all the .... TNRU _eulst. Oooo THRJ OCTOIIR clef :wet'tr, OaoS TNRU OnOeu alneN .
worlfl,JJ ...
ea3 add r ur.aln'SinWlikp1nl' -
a awe am
.deU Is W'.N'
Whose uneonfined ._ AT ar'W'.N' am T tNTWHNDH.t'
Forget ,ellWllt the hilplens Dnl'l.The "
woujiijd) : soul or mind: :: ijjjn "...
Hurt holyr soul or mind.

Let ui ill r + net t to comfort themWherever iIiwIPl1fl4bd/7T : ;

they may bP:
For GIlt{ dash. aunty love them _
Even ache loves thee,
j 'a
As He l laves> you and me !?Fiiai! aa 110R1 !?'; '
Herbert Luke.



\\ 'i-u.tlJi: KiiMiiiiitu IR.KII t IUI'III:1-) ( : hUI'IIU! ;. Ut'tcijir: :.J: 1 J'J: 4 1'flgo Ihlrted.








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-'ten-I .J 1

2 BEDROOM FURNISHED LOW. I Certain mill Ihh sic prn> 'IPilm

WANT AD RATES ER apartment on beach E'ertrlc! lIsa FORD onniNANrlt NO mUN I tAIL lOS \1m. ORniVNCH/ NO V4I I NOTKK<< Ol SPTItL MAWFR '< dIr? th,' Into, Ilic mnulh :'ind

.3 por word .75' mlnlniUD kitchen, year round rent Si* after $225 OR 'IN"MCK VACATINII Awn haled blt. will be re.ed. by fir ''d > I>I\ASCK': VAIATINll AKIIJIMOTINtlN > StLKNorn hrniii.li the Rill nprnlnRj if ISjrgt

5.00 Call niKCONTINI'INII CPRTAIN RTReRll BOoM! of Public lnstin-ti n ol Naaau <. OHTAIN ITRFrlHl : l ISI! in Ih. rl'nl n. ,Inr
201 05.
32C2 "
CST'I "' Tsnk R. <ttlWkul p.m. or 195* PONTIAC Counly. ,,'rld.. al the office ol IORTIOMI ll HTKKfTH IN1IIK p n npHCMY: <'WEN" in sis .
rtmnar Notlee 261.54oD. (fe Real Sharp $119S AND TilE CITY or FFRNANUINABPACII sAC huperii".endent of Public Inutruc ': IITY Ol IPRNANDISABRAfll the unrti'rilRiierl. ai Spec!..I Mailer. 'nmrlurn t\:1.lk: It Mirlnrland rtGorilla

I los In rernanulna Buc ri',' | ': LORII AWHERh.A3 under end 0 ysictueo I the Final Pi Thi' small fish
: FLORIDA so notably
d .few word 11." mltlman | .NJ nero of PnrerloRur. heretofore entered
ONEFURNlSHEDBACflCOT.TAGE mi PONTIAC WHEREAS th* streets or I* II 1:00: AM K St. Thuraday, : I. 5 a"i.k.. ur pnrtlmnif
Cat 161-3f58 or MI46S7 Excellent ilrecti herHnnlter dncrlbed portionnf "b.r 14. InN. .1 attics i III", e anCp1 .".*":. i.(1111111. ,tier described are In 1c": I dun pending: U h' tiny np n r"W iwlm! vlit.o'ly .
available! November 2. ore the. Circuit, In end fr NIMHC I I ;
sorest th. cc all 'bids received nih 'he pub.iloiy ,*ilKt ed AM ilree'. on the mop on dunn the otter f slips threatspnt
dilgrrat4l on
a on
or pac) ad at office Also other beach rentals For Information Cream Puff $11U tli. In the City nf Fernanrilna imp Beach opened and read ah.111 for Is: file In Ih. thy nf Fernanmna beiciiut "untv t Florida, Clioncorn Can Ni I !
Sell, In which Mil stoic I5'imea. li.vI -I I fbi pir'jlpe, mid frod: fr( ,
and .
nla all mmeiluli labor
Brand New Opri Irm > none of a Id atretta nr portlnnlr
SM Ash Slr.ti call W. I. McCran'ei I but, streets norw of hive laid ever atreeti been nr portlnmf opened.Rratod eoniti uclli t the following ichoolbuuulif. it,*cta have ever town opened 5 I timid: cnrnnratlor:; 1 In plilntlff: anl5'oocn I II trip Ih-l "-Irk t ti lent .a,thai .
Station Wagon 4 Mult set Mn. Hi
--- 261.4612. tIc mldlll n In Njii.m C unty'LUcKOR traded f:r u".. 55 pjb'lo alreetn nnle min '
-- /tli
or und a* public atreeta i>"iut : 8 :in nia 111Til" .
Mellnn Mi
wife. .re defendant, I. a
$1.841 neither verul" sot wed .. put lieatreeti ROOM BUD UIMI 1 AUUIT10N nvltur u tf il n'r' u' *d aa public I Special Muter In Oinnceiy
TO streets an I lu.: ," J..n.Unn' on urn appilnteby
I and their' dealfnatlnn" aaH
3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHEDUP. HARPER PONTIAC BUCK httrleri the n HILL1AHD SCHOOL( nap Ol t'i'y I hilt era t. developn ant tin Court b In nld Decree. anicand chr'ixto'n'rt'nwer ;;
FOR merely developmentof troiblp tie
SALE map wltli
s'alrs! apartment. 224 No. Fletcher' MILLIARD FLOK1UA it oil' C,tvj by virtue I of tie termi; here"I wll

S. 8th. St. Phone (61.4117 WHFRFAS'ild City: and.II judf"' *nl rl the Any bid received liter the specified WHERE,IS. QidIh.. )uil.,ntnt of the offer fnr ml and ill lit pub If ru Is I thnt ho fllwavs! k rps
Ave 53.00 per month. Phone cry la tht hlgheil and host Dirtier In
City Commiiiltn of the City nf Pernahfflna time and dale will) nul b* nvnoiunrad. City IJlnll.I.'n if Ih* Illy nt leruii.iliu xrrvlWrn' .h'tt' hit word" Up-
261.4152. tIc Koch< bid' niual b* .rt'Or"pdnl.d, by IsraelI, It I. f"r tie best In cash nt the main *"'rone. -n>l frorJxr
1958 WHITE It I ( .
VOLVO I door R & ich. trI.ieyeitn of r* Nmmtu Cuintv CnurthmiMI bert n Klron ''Ia. t
Jlt Ih clllrena"rOIIhl..ld a certified chock call:Irr i chuck or I.eol.! ol U.eciiirosofso iI Cltv lyni. Weekly
H. WSW Call 261.3833. lie the bid bond In the anount' of five perCent In dlwontlnu tie ilreela nr purtl"nf "1ernindlnj Bench' f ,nrl'11. on th Ntws .
iaprnllnn xtrreta
ONE FURNISHED beach apart ti nr nortloni 2ulh: don rf N"ve"b... I'M! hrineer **
-- ... cf the bass bid a* guarantee IberIa' htrtlmrttr t described
PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE of atreeli hereinafter deobed! I lint t bHUer If awarded Ui. *.ro. the h,'uri nf eleven ncnrk! A M .n,
ment for single or couple Also] WV "-e contract NOW. rttnttoroitniii: I' ; IT
630:; C, t TRIUMPH, MOTORCY. "ow. D' lrIOp\ will wllhlrr ," two O'.I"ck PM. the tame being I
I OP APPLICATION XCTKB BY : O" THBrtTY > un cunieoutlveoilendnr ACTb-U BY THF: IOPLE!: !: 0 TMP11V NOTICETIN
pArtially furnished house at Fire teal sole day and th* noun the Info PUBLIC
CUE l el full race engine, VW role TAX USED O*' ERNANDINA BEACH da vaafiaro'r iitan nuftu'ebeing : Of rJLHNANDINA: BEACH .
Points Phone! 261.4944. tfc I liven of auch award enter imo KLORIDA8u.i h,'uri of :01.: bite' fillnwiin", di-rnle !
See 104.1 IS, PS :
cash Phone! 261.3120. After 6 00 Fi,0FIPA'tISl"FlOfd ,. contract alto 1'.s board properly In Njn.au C.u'itv, FI"rMIxl e t T'l" rtrp."T" rTT. vn"'WT'IirT'M
NOTICE IS HfcRfcBY (I1VEN that ( i \ I..o fl tUJl: I TOot oil nl th* follwh I .
all the fillmi
: That o .5' en"t' 'T nt if out,"
ca11261-5569.' of Pubic I lie Namtiu County .. umber Pevrnlv Three I"U: .
noiruc if .
p m Itc45T loS'asfeC d nl nf utieHa III
Rlcho the hililer of g.ireetsuo
J'.s.th| the log clrwta and. portions of rtrect In : p IN A"II t"'"r W55'SI' "> '
S ROOM FURNISHFD AP.\RT. I II J P 1'ie.en Cillulmn flubdlvlalinatrnrrimi trJOUIt. 1:..
rertlffcitc. haa filed (aid Ccr.tlttcotoi Fl rlda, t eaer'c, hones with tieor.pied I Ih. tlty III Porn..n,una .Ite.i I alinwn .
the Cltv nf Fernunrllna llearh ai IN e-55 "5" I' !"i '
1' 'O. 1I'!
in '.it if 11
pi s.'t' nuboivu
hid and rns'rvct surely .
MENT. 432 No. 3rd. St Pionc: I nrstsO deed lo be Ismiedrenn. five by the ni 1.11'| ,'r pi it nn bile In
FOOT shown by the mop or pIt on fie In
FENCE. bond sid, Biaid I In' .re-corded In 1'1.1. B 0 k lltir* TI'IIIt"T 1'1:1:11.1:1I:
latlalurlory to In ,
ani Fein I Flnr.
11 llni Ueuh
II 1"1. cortlllc.ite numhrr endyejrn ii l.e Lily in
Two walk In 261.4943: 029c! A* City of Fernundlni Bench, t I'lorr ., >unt ..I t'tne huulrad: (tat lit nine' Tenly I tOi of tin Him PIa"" ,
gnici $zto.: Call of Issuance. the dencrlptl of vacated and dlncon l tqu pvc Ida. ale hereby vjuicil' und dimnnunufd :
hereby Ho Rei,irdi of Njai III OunU "'. t
cent or the contract price.
Gary Bunch 261.3103 lie lOs properly and Ih* name* In which tlnued: No BMner WII..dl'l', hi. bid : bind., An tie lOlh day at August OLAX prrpips
LARGE FURNISHED APART. I I U we* aaseand are aa follow: AU of that certain lot piece or say AU nf Ihlll rertiln I 1101, fliers nr ""I 'nil
A D IIMft\ $I..
for period or afler the .
a thirty divi and
MENT Near i0.00 monthly tfrtuicst No Id year ul laautnc pnrrel' of loot altu'I.. lying and p I..t il lull .UuJle. .lying I OP PSI IT
tnwn $ the rsTtcni
SPECIAL! Ladles and metis ex. lies being M the of P ersodienpesnh late .01 fur th* opening Iheienf, brig, In tie City ol ..rn..mt''imBrncn i emu twlitf mid to lalltfy nlilrecree "' '*'"'
City fI.YOTC 01'
!tit I""II'A
panslon watch bands Regular I Call 261.4976. nc bearrlplnn of Properly Block 141 .Lot County of Ninaau and All work ahall be des In oocMtl'an'e County if N....uu. and ,I OLA'N PFEPBFIfRZonRtrK
wits plan apeciflcitli and hatS of I II I .rids. and further I DATED Ihli llr da of O,'tutor' TO' rnenno'r'uc:
I section N 114 ft of Lily of I ernanutna State of Fl,'rlda. and further ly "
O fl'vKinenbttvl .
5.98 and 7.95 while P S
$ $ 1 they lost
BeachNtiiti contract ucuoenis relative thereIn "nand known and deiortbed on th nlflclal :;
only $2.00. Fowlers Jewelry At FURNISHED COTTAGE S rooms M which anemed Nelaon wil. pint of said City aa that* port H prepared bv Moore; : and May Arcilitu : pint of auld Cllyhal part I (SEAL! /si D O Oilcy aie Irrely. i:rnnrlaYiu o"ltrl.d I' Ih"l. itt'bus

I llama. Fornandlna lleach, rlorlda' Oalneivllle Florida. Plumapeciriciitli if EsiambU dOwel lylni between SPECIAL MAS'rF.bt"dirge
lantlc Ave ito and bath Electrically equipped of North Second Street lying, heIween hern filed cC ilnil v 'u in ,e
All of ni and contract aucumenu the Enalerlv: rll,il nf'way line if A. Stilogeunnli, Aty
property Stein in the a
: the Northerly, right' 'nl way M'e't, eel thnf ItS
Lone Oaks Call 261.50fl6. tfc OI' may he examined at the o!. II ihnv en ri u' .
County Naiiju. Rial* *f Florid*. lln* of Dad t:,reel and the South: North. U-our.'l Snert and a N 'rth 10 IT hereby ,il"el In ftIeooen.,
CHAIN LINK FENCE 4 ft. high tints.. suCh certificate or certlfl env rlghl-nfttav line nf 'rontelln tire oT the !Superintendent of Public erly prnliifill rf II,* Westerly -- nIcer"A wl.H tl.req* f"eeh of this Cpf ,11

with (top rail Islallcd SOc per FOUR ROOM downstairs. rurnl.h.1 cones ahall he redeemed .0rdll1' I* Street and more purticilirlv decrlbed Instruction r.rn ndlnl Bench Fior'sr line of Let rlllcen HUH luxIL 0' ''' "nl lotS bOO t
Irt i. al Ihe ofllr of Mon and ,, 11 ,
law the property dencrlbed In luchintricate metei and bound t 15 DUk III l nil City. 7? T"T ,
ft 'Teimlnal gates extra Phone 2(11.4C45. by. Mjy Anhlleiti. Calmavllle Florida -Inllfr ttO'udd'S AH irifcy,
posts. cd apartment or certlfialet will be auld Hnd n ore p.ctit'uiurty, drarrlhelby OftOINANCE "NO STII J.
First payment March 1965. tfc to the hlehebt bidder at the court 1I.tn 110I1.1 at the South Eul Corner One. Ml of plani r,and cnnlract d,'cumenu neli.: ltd I) unda ai I MI"wII. I AN ORIIINANCR VACATINI ANtmsCONTINUINll > "hll'.,..:',, J'!.., I, i ;' 0es5 I.: '
soil b
hnui dour off the first Mi nd,iy inMoth ,.. Block S 01 ..lid, Cltv. theoneNorth forma 'r bidding may .* HEi<<.H: ut the Nirlh Weal coiner' I CERTAIN: STRUMSAND f'Iso.. LV .1
Coastal Fence Co. Ph. --- secured sneruicootroo br, on' v l
uf Block 6 of laid City. theocainnItll -j' 1
or November 1B04 winch Ise "
2613063tfc seveN d.grs.s thirty toaminstro h.b i PORTIONS OP ITMKRTI IN II Vn't 4tH Str r>t
office ol tOe
UPPER DECK APTS. U, and day nf November IBM Kant ''N 7 degree. U' (ram therewith SID anhltacti Oft by. Wven druieea t,,Irty two'' THC CITV OP FFRNANDINAKIACH FernKnllni: otri't', FI"*M'"n1 I
Dated this Sth day or October 1M4 depualtlll per **l mlnutii Eait in T do gross 91El .
TWO PRIVATE ROOMS private : aleC the Weiterly rl.hI.o' Tie tie from general cmlraclori FLORIDA n"t In thin the il .1
/fD. O Ox ley tIns of North Second Street : a dlbtmi of ably' feel l tat'ti i WHltR Ju.: .
way streets or pwtlnni N".mbl". !tte. ,k
CUSTOM MADE be refunded lubmliilon or nIf
FLEXALUM entrance and bath Two apartments will unmt f "
the rlflil
Peru nf Circuit Court bfNaaiau I alonj Elalerly
dutunc nf .teht hundred twen'ty boOs ride bid and return of Hid : : of streets II..lnallar described ..nd..I.I.d Y'u f"It'' t. d. C's. fleece' r"
Venetian blinds measured and wllh TV and utll tics fur. County Plnrldi five feet (P25 o"i to a point I and contract dwumenli In good way lln* of North Second direatto II etrwti on lbs map ofll. ""nf..o mt'S" I he entf>r..ilih annlnat, 905,. I,

Installed! Wile range of colors nlshcd Reasonable until May 4t: 10.S. IS 12, :M or: the E:..t rly rlhl.nl way lln* plani condition within un davi". alter date of a Inltratctlin point which of II th alas* the EaKtarlyruhtofway pottS In the City 01 Front street thence Nerthe"lystoag but nttn' ol till or
pnrtloniol .
ins for th. opening of bids U the PI
PORTER IOVFQUIST Coins 15. tfc PUBLIC ..111 rlht of.way line a dl.. gnral conractori d.lr more then line nf North Second itr .ti hiv ever.I'I.**e opened 'lie: nitar* ,of laid lull being ot ,
NOTICE .ne. 01 forts five lilt .t4*' 0" I fcneol and the Northerly runt- graded or uaed M publla etrtefi .
Phone I t-3008. tf' inn
Center. -- -
of luoh .
t one set plani .peclflo*'
Vacation Apis I NOTICE U"' DR HCTITIOVSNAMB to a point which I Is also the pole tloni thei may be obtained "by of-wsp lln* of Eicambla Street are n.lth.r uaeful nor u.ed a. public ; ,::, ., 'Hi.. tints end the ;1'

LAW el Tmer.ectlon. of the Southerly \ *' coat' of dupllcallun" which pav- thane South lhly two dree streets and their diilgnallon nn laid ",. ..\I".t! I"e"ttusltnn Hi 5."

NICE. LARGE: LOTS for is'e: OCEANFRONT APTS. Completely NotioN li hereby ,ven that the un r'.ht.of.wav line of r"rankllnlrt 'nlI not b* refundableSukcontriclora I twenty sight 88 El minute dl.tunre Lost of i-bt ore Udeirwi map merely hliMcri tn. development Nainu C-mtVv, ri"1'thl* ISf itt It
Good teems. One quarter mile furnished. Day, week, or month. darilcned, pUrlOIn to Flctltlou and ollh* Eaiti-rly rlihfof: and material tuppller. hundred a five feet Ml' of saId I City' andWHEREAS. 0-tnber. D'I'; lrHH _. ,' ,
Nam Stotutl Hfu' Bill No II Shapler way hoe Front Street thencet purchase, driwlngl and .IIh.* )Judgment, nf tOn ( "ti D O. V
South of Fife. Poln'nArnslis $M 8. Fletcher Ave. Phone 261. <' No mona L >w. of Florida. uth elehtv two decrees twenty apeclllcatlona may from the architect by 0 I long III. Northerly rlihtof City Cmimleilon of the City nf Per SFALIr.nW,17J|( V5 CIRCUIT COL T
tfc ele.ht, mlnulel Loot ((5 El degreesU' way lln. of EnoanbU, Street toa nindlni Heaih It It for Ibis best In 'MfOlr'c 11 iltAltI, :
5878. will register Clerk ol
Rd. Call 261-5421 ::1. r..1tnJh10r paving the coil of duplication at U>* which la also the lntrlection ,u 'I'
:,,\M"J 2'BRICK. Circuit I Court Nuilai II' a distance of thirty five fete of lao per iht for drawlnm point tereiti of the elllieni of said CIte Mti"n t't"NWtrltbff I

County, Florida upon receipt' of "proolof fet t 131 0") to a point which U art ttM per wt for ipeclllcatlonipin of Northerly' prolongs. :tn dlionntlnu the itretti or portions II North hen-th; lIre'Snrnandlnd : ., I
t BfDROOUl'on: 1 bath NICELY FURNISHED DOWN. publication tif thli notice, the flotitloul Abs th. North West comer of handlln charf. lion of the WeiUirly" lisa ef L. I of .>reet hereinafter' deicrlbed Me'ach, PI'trldaifrtiu .

Oversized lot $13230 with gen STAIRS apartment Desirable! name. to .witIRMAS : Block 87 In laid City, lhane "Bidden qualification must be latUficlory Fifteen, Block 515 (Lot IS Block NOW, THEREFORE, IB IT F'fACTED 4t .ill OM 14 11ft 2:" 1
thirty II and th* Northerly rlfltofway 1
OROCEnY Smth. .even del reel tw* BY THE PFOPLE 01' THE
: to Th* Hoard of Public In ,'
trout term location. Garage. 26142Z7 tfc Under which I am *n.a.ed In buttnea .. We.t (U 1 degrees U Wl; ruction of Na,,au County, H!I'>rldaT : of Eicambla Btreet, thence South CITY Or -1ERNANDINA- BEACH I'

*. dufince of eight hundred slot yIrtt ofNaaiau Seven degrees : :.IV32w! lm n'sIMn. : FLORIDA I I5tb'TION
to oft -* Koa'd nf Public Initructlon
..f fway West l 5 7 Wi 5 .'
th* eaaterly right
UNFURNISHED NEWLY DECOR. I am engaged In hvilneia on Black along County, Florid ruervi. th* I. Thil III of the followIng FAMILY'PROTECj,9R'
.. 01 ably feet (t10' 0"1) nbcthe ,
MODERV, SPLIT LEVEL. near Call rock Road YulM, Florid Inc of North Second Streett right to WhYS lntbcrnaiiiiso In any bidend 4', streets and portions of itreeti III
for relit aid Northerly pruloniallonth
ATED apartments That the Intireited Inlaid a point which I I. sloe the SouthWest
only party
Five Points. Three Jdroomi. 2 to accept any bid whlcn they of Lot rllteenBlock the City of ramandint llaich ai .
FHA 261-3377. tIe business nCrprla 1* Irma 0 (emir of nE'ih1: ( of laU Aa.grtti mn.MMr. to b* In tit* ?. I* UK.rr..llnl: *0. Block 1 I) to a mown by inS 0559 or plat on tile In .
baths den. $14000 with City, thence H two
.1.1. <*'** end tn relect eny 1l'r'r.lllcblt rlant-cl the City of Forniitrllna Beaih rlor '
to tat a n and III twenty. tight mlnul Wilt point on Vie Southerly
terms I'HR BOARD OP Sins of Eioambla MreU ida, ar* hrby vuuled and dlicuntlnued ,. ,
Garage Apartment IN M decree 18: Wl a dlalane way
-tt of stat? let l ito' Di) along: the which la sins the point ,,' Inter :
Furnished or Unfurnished COUNTY, FLORIDA All of that rertnln lot piece orOutrel
) 0O.60 down $57 month buys masonary \ PUBLIC NOTICE Nnrtkerly ".hlP1 way line of Dad ", BYl Dean lllantienihlp Serf*. .rU"n: ol Ihs Westerly line olUl of liirl, Ritual. lying and t
: OF llEUIN- fifteen. tOuch C I IU1 18. IllnrkI 1: '0
being In the of
bedroom NOTICE TO rnitbiTOMrL.OHin tar) City 'llnjflench
three homer .
I nod the biulhtrly/ rifhl.ofwy
furnished KINO This parcel of lend con .
Two room apartment STATUTESIN Jt OSi 29 NI Coast yeftfaooa a. and
thei Nnrt
ol Cicamtala Sirael "c*
Orfr sight two de frees Inertly eight'
( I'd acreil t or lei !
JUUl... ,P5400*,' ('00 I1ITI I "Lea. iiiulia Went N BJ de !tadlMunce and dencrlhed m: the offl
,John T. "."", Ira A Son H F Kahlman IDA. IN PROBATE SECTION 1. That all other puhllerl.hl..of.w.v PUBLIC NOTICE WI." ( of nn* lice hund.dh"nk club plot of eitd Cltv aa Ihit purl
In she form of itreetaalley .
Broker 281-3365 In ret Pilule: of CALL FOR BIOS five feet 11211 at sb"O I ef North **prnd Street I lylne sot

tog Atlantic Ate. Phone 181-5571 PLIZAIIETII NOLAN Deceiieil. platted,. or or lOOIP..lh./n. / whether law In the merely ares Sealed hide will be received. by the ,,, IY right.if: woy iii,. being In Bio k 07 nf a,ilif, City aa
*"i AU Cr.till"' and Pereone Hieing conveyed to Ih* City IM If,,* tilt
or territory .In the City ol Fern.n I Hoard of Public' tn.truail n of NI.' Fncamnla Wrrat ti the POINT
-'---- ClaIms er. Demand Aiimt SaM diM SoleS. 10,1 to.. herelnnbov deacrlbed lau County Florida. al the Office ofIM Of" HH.QINNINII ThU pirnl if div nf Junuary Nineteen Hundred

TWO BEDROOM house on Ray MISCELLANEOUSSEAMSTRESS Ulei, err hereby closed, vacated SuperIntendent nf Public Intlruc land rmlalna t. air nI'''* or und Eight by the F .n.ndl.. D..1t
You and Cools nr you ire hereby. IWI In I I".ro.ndlno'h( lorlrfi, up leiaFECTION and Realty Company iRvlureni
.n Rd. Large lot Terns arrann tried E.'I inn disronti000dSEC'llOd I ....ad.noII !It's. Fug* 117) In. :
and required d.la. prewnt t That the ttrett vnea 4* II' 00 a m. EST Thursday I That all cUilr habibrhlhta.nf'way ) mm f'f'Ilob
----4---- either of vu. may hive against *5 hart of pli" nf n 'silo> (IP"nravr fuse| ill hid revalued! will b* pub alleys. 0' footpaths. wholh.r rrteroipplotind BCCnONr" lnoi, lln't1ns:
fine .
Courtier designing That
or ElKubeth all
male : Nolan, dereeeed holy other pubicrlghtanfway
and rend aloud frompllt '
I' opened
mint calculated to faclIMM Ih* d* law In th
SO ACRES In Chester.Crandall area sewing Phone 261-4818. Nbc laOs or enld Cnuntv to Ihe County v.o.n', of the area affected clearing of 19(1 acres of pro ue : .lrr eob.ti:In lv S.I City or Pelts* aria. : :In the turns ul ilretnalleyl S N. Gilt 'It.rlcne tttI Sal

$190.00 Judge of Nanau Florid I bOsed ichnnl site In loroao' ,lnnBe"ch or fnnlpiith, wttetitermrrsiy '
per acre. -- -- -- rY"o "lrJ I I SECTION: That sills ordlnanc Sine rtmicn rln.ht. herelnubnv deicrlbcd : 3Gr'.J'Gi' : ,
Hi ofric l In the rl ImmeHlitelv, Imm.dl"llrllI'v I nf Flv. ,plaited nr iiling In law In tie area
shall like effect upon hereby ukeil; vacatedmil
fr <:rfir DOBBS: TREE SERVICE 16 yean C-unty *t F scans dma Reach Florida on' Polnta Nan.au County hrldt are or lerrltiry in I'"e ('lIvoor Cot-n's
Ita Psnaesle. publication rilicnnltnued
and experience. Licensed and Instired within nix calennr mouths from the Eich: bid,ler. by virtu of Mi bHliibTMtled dma lleuch Fl'>rldn. heroinshove rleacrlbeil .
Corner of Florida Avenue MVOR E J JOHNSON, JRATTEST SECTION 3 ThuS the it reel visa .
lime or the lint publication of tOt agreai that he if award hereby closed vaoatd "1
can collect 3552435. NSc !: : II effected this onllnMnce la d'oe
by :
Wolff Street. 2 bedroom houseFrame notice. Two epic of Suet, claim or and dlirontlnucdbEtrtON .
.d the contract will within ten cnn
: I -. --- demand ahall be In writing. and ihall "AVID M flATTH'LCltv / ai part nr I plan or puhlio iotrvaroent I fist the itreit vioutlun Still 'arrrl llfi InlurinceCompinyJHonieOfUl '
with asbestos shingles ucutlv calendar days alter written .
Auditor' and Clerk ,,
cnlcul ited rucllll tie lie deel
FLOOR SANDING and rtflnlsh .tat. the p1.oe'frss,d..,.* and poll naTir p'' inn..r READINd: OCTOBER nolle being given of such iward ,nment ol the to affectedHFCTOt ."*.I.d by this' nrnir'me* li di'n* ) : Bloonm, gton, Illinois f.

$8.250.! with $1.403 down. tug ..t"nr HI" rsul IC Han"" ,111'1 .dd rouo f the elalns,00 end *4. lotS enter Into a written cot ract with tie, / 4. Thai urea Ihl. irdlnani* aa part.iu'5 I.I.rn of piblio I: Improve I C-I-c I -
Imn edlnlclv '
tIe ihall tube effect : UmnIta 'I'-
Phone 261.4609. 'cent ec .tt'mey 551 oceompanledhy OTTOBFR 21 So. Fletcher Ave! 1 story Duplex. : tfl I flnil naimige and ',iitrtin.'
a filing fee f cms dnilar I md such "' the accepted bid. FVC'IlOtf 4 Ttol', Sin eclin'nec !
: E
.. 1336: tq n.. life.t me roof WILL KEEP CH1LDREN by day olelm or demand not 10 lied shall b* void. .with requlrement And dpi,'III Ha rinil pus, '* im'I udihu'nti nMAVOH '
II .0 .
Experienced LarJt'feneed 211 DAVID M I ATCHFb.rily :
$13500 week i
or lucy T. NlanAi call,in. ai herein. described: All tines E J. JUIlSHOI, JllATTMT .
1 apartment furnished. yard with play gym. Ph. executor nr the tait Will ai I shrub snaIl b* removed and mta.hill DATE I .All'OF lltir.. 1TC'I( .ADIN"; DC. : W'WE
en1 T..I orFHtabeth !PAean M I 'ATCI1KLCltv : Irf!
'* -tf 2613tm tIc H"lan. deceased i PUBLIC NOTICE .' t.ejju.hed Remove or all plmed treei. trim,hrutw.owts Ihegrvund l lOMk-U/ I 14. I'DM I AiJIIir an"' (ttetc, ,

19 100 140 building lots with 'Int Oclnn |4'h. IBM DATE OK SECOND AND FINAL"DATP: or FIH 'r
x publication nil THP: CIRCUIT COtS POtlRTII and other dehris from the area I HIM : nEAUiNii : CC I .
large! shade trees 3 Blocks from NOTICE WASHING MACHINEand 4t I9HI 21, 19, 11 41 rtl('IAL OP PUR1DA NASIAUCOI by b burning c hauling away from DA1K r : OF: 'AIION O\'I <)RItR nol.I'!' IIKHDA1F
Lean Id und
Call premlaea gr -
ocean. Sacrifice at COO each. refrigerator repairs HORCAKINU aid LOuIS ready 10 be "tiled fur franu. nfl.'.1111I4. -oiii Orloniflt ><. t toe'.

after 7:30: p.m. to 7:30: a.m. 223. PUBLIC NOTICE BOM.ARINO: .Ida wUe A aurvey of the pIt heroin ",' th.1 I It nAT OP PuniHAllOV' : Ol'rOflrr.h I'' ".

I at HIJIlard\ NOTIfE W HFRPBY ttVPM- I PhtaitWi, flay tae attinsd frogs Site Of 'n. IMH
Furnished for rent 923N 5204 can during
apartments : : :.t. : .
1:1 ._ : : It tunlliin
in order dated OrtiWr '$. !" ., ;( i,1 ': 91. Super IrrfejiiilH.ana PUBLIC NOTICE
tlc "
). ,/letch Aye' 2 Jbedrooms, 843-3853 been based uneKrslnag auc. : .. is. eon' uw alt* by -1'-
: : _
r.'IDf : 1lr :t""f..toltt :: ::i I'
J q1nAs i.t > 4
new through.out. $70 per frrorith L J. *MM k* n tkes EhI; m'6a1A' ft4'h rWi SuperintendentoVPohHe .,. I 0O1r4'ICI Woo. Ill
"OLORFS BriJE II nfflclnltin ', hntfucllMi w ." '
'FT Arronoiics ANONY .061 owned by EDISON CASKY" or NOW OP CUlT Bidden qujlllkijU mast be ant Ol bO4 l'OVTINI Ol5 fIKm':. ''!' KTRKPTS AWl) of amlv, ft ,inn" p'S M n

McConnell apartment. 3015 So MOUS help with your drink which Fernnndlna Beach "Kla Hi she" THE STATE: Ol FLORIDA lifaclnry In I Ihe Board of Put.lie In. ANII rOIl'l'IIINI (II' ITIU.ITI IN j point .whluh' li dim the pnli i.f
hnn e irt. to be changed to CHUCK To: SIDNEY IAAPISAddress tructlon Nmiu County, n-Tldi Inlprwo I"IT ol tIe Wtilfrly tialt: '
decorated Write Box 818: TIlE ('IT? OP
Fletcher! Ave. Four newly log problem Unknown The of Public. Inilruotlin of FLORIDA 01 way lln* of NurtH Soo..n, I Nliantnd

furnished 2 bedrrnm apartment. City or Phone Jax El 8-7700 LUCKTHOMA"". fl.I HALL. I You are hereby notified that I null Nmau County. Florida reserves theright 1 WHEREAS. site/ ilreuli or pi.rtl mi the R' uinorly rl,ht I fwjy
Deputy Cillerlor of Cuitornsrernandln hoe been filed af.ln.l yw, SIDNEYHARRIS to waive Informalltlee In line of North lend Short ant I IIh
month until -- of ilreeti I.e raitta fter described are
.. $75 per In th. shone entlUe. I.h..r..on.'d. -
lleach. Florid I c.aaet kid and to accept. arty bid .IS.lId at atreeti on the map on II"lllr: rlillofw.y line of
June 1.CONTACT. 4t 1015.: tt. IS 111 and that you are hereby desIred| frn *.. to be In the belt public Intcreat III* in lIfe City of Fenundlna Beach ** thnc North

Help Wanted _, your irnwer with tilt Clerk *f tOte end to reject any and a,,1 I bide but n'.'. of aid shoals or "ou.tn" eifttly twit dogrnol twitnty all' ''ft'WI. '

PETE INGRAM PUBLIC NOTICE Count and to lnl'rVr a copy thereof Fnvlnpi houl4 be aeiled and pUInIV ,f atieeti hJ<.. .V& been penad minutes Wed IN 81 (Iffrr.n *
upon she 1 pl.tntirTi attor I marVed on tt-e Inwer left hand IT ) a distanre of two hundred
or u..d RI p.abio! steeL" onra
SalnmanL. my whni. name and dre.* lot: ; orauee five. test .
NOTICF': OP f1IfTINTIO'lTO nn: BID -- CLEAR1NH OF FIVL I n.llb.r useful noc' y..d is pahileatreeie twenty along the I''lh.
L. BahamiaN NEEDED AT ONCE Full or part MARK: APPlICATION MAHON. STRATFORD POINT SITE and 'thatr deaign.'Siin no a.aia, arty rKMffwny Ito< "I Emmbla .
FOR fINAL DIICHAM4: IM Baymar llullrtlng.ackannvlll BOARD Or PUHLIC 1 Rtrlol tn late POINT OK I 5111'.
Re(. Reel Estate Broker time man or woman to serve FLORID STATITESIN .' *. Florida a'Sotnntlaier NASSAU COUNTY H.ORIDA map mreiy ifitt hors ba Ueoeiptoent | IIINNINU This panel of I mler

Watkins customers In Fcrnan than 17th day of November "if said City' and I >nt,,l Ini I '4 .
IS North 4tk PhM HI.Sza COURT OP THE COUNTY HY: Dem B lilankenalilp, WHEREAS. .IIh.* hclfment if the oorta more nr I less.SOIC'IlON

*Wt much Listings M Homes anAerear. dlna Beach. Good Income. No II DOP. NASSAU IN('OlJNTY. STATIC I Arlye If you!fall In do ao. decree pro con. Superlr .endentU City CommlMt' ol the City nf Pernjnllnj l a In rum.the f all...rni othor rl atrerli put.iirrintls'of.wu.v .
." invrslrrcnt Set your own ours. In re the ....'.'"' ol '..10 will be entered ag Init you firth !. nl liejvh t hecilisenaufaa II la fir bite be I I ol Cit Intieita .illeyi. or fiMtp ,tOt. whotlerourrely

0.2 P. ..... relief demanded In Ih. """, pl.lnL 1,1, tied nr .0t'Un. In law In the
Write C. R. Ruble' Dopt MARY C ROftFRS Dre. 10 illicit"nue Oh 000'ortor p rtl .n. area .
1'helohtrenfsa II lull IHBeach .
being The Rfmnre It tilt Milthhikir ir lerrtury In t". city "4 .
210 ATLANTIC AVENUE btnlnes Memphis TrnnO2 To All Whom It Mir ConrermNitki ul Bind he.ln'/I" d.'IIINII I II rrnm ,
0 Box No. 2447 Suit f-.e lleotratry' De.r... I llni lleuih, ri'rlli .
property old brick building or p Was Wilkes li hereby lied, her liven final thus report Vent ai WITNr.1I! my hood ..t the losS at'mid of Die Gulf Slrouin This fit.h attach. I;I A'itu NOW. BY THFHFFOnP THP: PHIPIP.: I"P::; 01 IT 185iTv FN; ,. ;. lire hereliy I herelnhv.oiiasO't, Vjutel ikrlhtd j I

Lot 37H x 100. IllH-nl teems ..-- ----- '. ouftimes cots of Mary CNoe.r Court .1 r.r..nllin. t t himself, In the salllish shark : Or. rLKNAMUNA UEAcH .n>4 >I.1I..n".e"SECrrON|
: Ida this *lh day of October A D
HIGHLANDS. sU bill decn e'l; Ihut at's filed her and marlin. The met Inn, atop I rUOHUMHr :3 Th.11 Hie rlreel' vua
InS cup
ATLANTIC .wtltl" I..r final' rH.c"ar,i. end tha D ;, I'UN I I. That all 11 lie fillow tics trhcted by IMi orell"' me la done with the mlracl of '
residential lots 134 ,<},136'* each. CLASSIFIED he ..lll apply tn she H-n"rab'* JWaatxnrfnrd K (SEAL: ) 01 CIrcuit roes O OXL&Y.Clo,1 Ms "bead fantins securely to lila, I tnt .".."" und pi rtl ,n. of strolls It'- us par: nt a plan nl puhlio:I |I\\\'\iginveenl
r Jurl.. of ; iu'ull.d, tu f illlt 'I.t lie 'I
NU' "
only host
These lots could be f si bdlvldcd Cs 10 U. U. 55. 11.1 .1.. City 11 I'srnan dma Ituaih I' SUPER
DISPLAY .na Ci,untv. Ti''di, nn the "Blh dos _. 11,own by the n.." "r pit un (lie li '.l' pitnt n r Ih cure., ullctlrlMiCI ..
Terms By owner Mlrell 20' 4 November. 11)64. fir approval *fim I lbs City nf 5'cr5.0,Iin 11<..011. rlui 01 4 That thi.rissnC. >
and fur find dlacharf ihiill t ,k* nlferl Immr orlv upon
Lnw Exchange! B'dlJ.eklon/ ai PUBLIC NOTICE : Ma ire hereby vacated and dlnconI FLOOR
: "to 0 00 to' :ecutrl, nf the eitnt ,'f Mary C i I uedAI It* llnil l {.".. |e unl puhlio ill''n'
01 0 0 : :
vllle. Fla, Telephone. 3552621M9r .. 'ngeri drcenied on this IIh day ol .. NOTICE!: III KIRIIIY: : lIVEN Ih.t pursuant to Chapter lie Florid I of thai certain 14 pleciparrel ne MAYOR E i, JUHSMJN; JllTTFW .

M. October. INN Sbatute. 1503. the ... deasribad band las Nsassu Florid.I of laifj iiluate ly n| nod \ : HEAT !
CHARLES /.' V.-,,, Mi* Wllkei be affered: fur .. t publIc: aulney for the highest d""b't: coats iof"05 "" ; in th. City uf Feinjndlnucn AVID I M,,,flATCHFL"hy sad 'I

Verni Mil* Wilma( the NOIlhm 'frostS door II III. c..jftl C.urth... FernanlIoa Beach CoujIt yvN.ia..u and daub .Cork
Rick H< m" ti W-sW* 'IIY" Fxerutrlx n' the *itit* HMTV 1 IATB O' rn, "| HtADIfl: : ()(
COOPER MOTORs Florida. beginning I' 11:10: ..Iock A. 101.. Oft tOi lad d.y o' Nov.moor111I41 Slut 11 tlorlda. an I lurUermi
"'PREE BEDROOMS. two full C Sugars' JrVttorney ATE OK. nrroNn. AND FINAl'trAfl'f"t :
batds large living room wit Sales For C Thotrpern.. CII. Be D.I8" Ct' DaasoWtlosse cl il pint r4 laid Lily .. til p rl I
of-rourK IKM1ATR
.. f r Fueculrlx Aug Sod,, 111I1 "'lie let 111I TOWIt o' Crawford.I "f Sac.aobis, Street tying betweenthe at repft'ee.4TiMUHOTTfl' ,
fireplace birch panrH' Florid A""Ir, Avu* July 108 I55 Let. 141. IU Tows d' "cantor!. E i.terly rW..IH,f way line ol OP PUBLK ATION Ol"10811rJ : ....

room dining room kitchen, .5'. ? ValiantBarracuda Fernimllna Be.ich. Florid 55 Aug 41St I..t LotI lit j'uw 11 of C'.wf"r"at North Print Street and Ih* Wot IWM. ff ffl. l.*NS.flf.

slidIng 4t II I. ii n r kId 955 loot Lot 13' T'nwa at Cowl"rd I erly """t.,1, way line nl Ni rlh oao

age and sfrsge area. GU s 10 Aoq ..lit. lilt Let SIC. Tons of ryuf'rda 1 SetonJ Street ml more partlcul

doors from Florid* room an" PUBLIC NOTICENOTICI ? t.:: t : Let I 718 Tows Cf Crawford I any docrlned by n'etea and Long lasting 'I"'
fft'flrf'f'PltlO. Plymouth 48 :. *.. SAt W 'Tone .4 ("s' 5 rIIs bound aa wa .
dining room onto large or SALBNMlr All' Oils 1"1 $.45 OI Town 01 er..foord I Bcfln at .thIIN ,i I Weal eirner DOZIER & GAYPAINTS CAST IRON

Central gas heat. kitchenwith I* !hereby given- thai pur Aol fad. 1517 I/'s 574 = .6 Criwlond of Block: I ef Mid Clly. thence I "
all built.In equipment Thl Chrysler lass, to a Final; Decree nl Forwlvur r. Aag : Bed: Ins? tAO 051 .6 Crswfmd I North geneS defwa thirty two CONSTRUCTION'Long

entmd. In eaun numbered SSSIIn 5. Aug Itll. 1541 List 550 TII of Crawford minute Ea.l (N 7 defree. 32 Eta
II not a pre-cul hrme" See .1 5 Year or 50,000 the Circuit Court nf Nassau County II Aug SIb. I" ... TII of ('ra..lnIItet I dinunt' of .Iot, feel Si lasting

2857 McGregor Blvd. or phone Florida. I will Mil the property July 10'. 1141 LId lilt lowe of CroufvrdSI I ul',nf the Eaiierly rifitl'Of way ,.,
V ne Mile Warranty situated In Nassau County. Florida June I". 15(3 Los :III 'F.we of Crawford line of N rth Front Street t,> a PORCELAIN

261-5222 de
BEECH It 14th STPhrme Lot Eight IS!. Unit rive IIIOAKLAWN .1 June laO. lads LasS .. 'Tow-s 01 "r.wford ol lINt Eaiterly rmhl FINISH -

281.3003 PARK MenreHnf I* art' 14.I1Mn. R. 54 11.way line ol Nnrtk Front Ulreet -0-- "
Plal thereof recorded In Plat Bonk 41 \In. lot 1541 hat 174. ct Crawford I and the Northerly ,'hl."f.w.y ,

FOR REI TlUNFURMSHED I Will\ Trade Boats 3. pane W th* ,public record SoeIS Twp IN R ge .... tine of Eecumbla sIrens. thendlitince ," 'Best For The South' '
of Naeaau c'.n Florida 44 JYIII lot 114. LaO 540. Tons of Crawford wash eighty 5o. do roes 500550etght .

Trailers or For Almost at nubile ..... lo She highest and, beet .... t4 top IH. R,. 34 5oboutaa East I I U dc5eao i I Ilii -0Shiell's .. .. ....... .;:;:.;:l:.
WWrf bidder for ""II. at cite mala entrance 14 Jane. lit 1544 tni Odd. 747 Tows If CrswfnodIi EI a nf two han'iredbetty
4 garage Anything That Doesn'tEat of the Naiaau County Courhnuat' In III,," lat 5845 Lot 741 Tn of C..I''d flv* fees UU' Pt I along "

apartment Can pagMH$ furnish remindlna lleach Florid: between 45 Jose 1,1, 1a:1 f'a ode Tows : Criwlord th* Nirlherly right.of won lice I IEicambli

Adults $35 monthly VU27 Atlantic II'M am.. and 1.00 p m" rm tOo IJU 40 July. 1.1, Lot 951 Tows Crswtord, Street la 5 saint which I Grocery

day of November. A. S4. 43 Jaiy I', 554$ Las 605 Teen 01 Crewe"rdI li *'lio : nfIM w
Ave ItoRNIBNED uIllaSatIeA.AA4$4.a4Trade (Court Sell. D'OI'O OJO.F.Y July lot. Lie see Cr.wfnrga. N.::.r-C;: : Mn* ::fFicemhia I Hardee Bros. .

-) Ow nf IM trwM Cased : Jaty toes \: wo. 500 = = Cronfoel 1:.,./, and the : 211 ATLANTIC AVE. .

APAitrerr, 251 MAHON STRATFORD O. Odey Wenerly ,rlht.nt.w. line of
Home los Baymar "KulldingJwkauavUle circa Clre"1 CoorS With Second street. Shone Smith, I PHONE 261.9033 218 Atlantic .Ave.I'ljC A
mil/-1 261tf At
Adults Phone
Cedar SI
Florida. Naosu Counly blond' leven degree* thirty ten minutelWeal

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Page Fourteen News-Leader, Fernamlma, ::_ Florida" .-Thursday, October I 29, 19G4 Conservation Director( Randolph Jobs these: Industries will offer, and
YOUR Hodges/ and Joe Jacobs of the Attorney I recreational faculties for them to

!: CtMtviiicf l; Sales and Earnings Continue Jack Langley GuestAt A GOVERNMENT E assists General these districts staff guides and play We and ere relax.already making glom

Now tint the Cross Florida Barge strides In preparing to meet the

. ,I At t Reccrd Levels Thus Far During 1964 Pack 352 Meet "y from the .a'II! Iy..A REPORT WEEKLY BY consti Canal uc Is.tinn a reality last February with the start 27, our of i, education encourage needs the Our Induntrtel'pbmoat waterwayswill

most urgent!: need Is complet: 01 have, and open up the vast
C NEW YORK, Oil\ her 20. 1I-! especially: In the bleached Biilhle Held October 22Cub 11 .. Sales and earnings' / of Rnvonlrr In. trades Sales of I'lvlchrmlcils' s Gulf Intracnastal Waterway. This so Important to our urban society.
, CirprraUd! onlfmird at r'e"rdI tie trmpany's line of wood: .dcrlvej FARRIS BRYANTGovernor FloridaFLORIDA'S missing link la the section between Industry( requires two things
Pack 352 held its regular
I I Uvolj' I'lirij1: ,11 tho first nine \ riemlcal: predicts, were up 2" BY I Carrauclle and Tampa Bay obese u'l'l materials and mar.
months: rf 1961 as o result of strongvcrld percent over the first nine months meeting! Thursday rtv.hi! Octo. g I It will be the reaps nsibillty of kcts The Industries we must bring
I ber 22, In the Rerrnt'olI'n'; WATERWAY
r ,wide mukets fcr chemical rf 1061 and business In lumber SANDY DESANDRO I the Board of Directors it the Big to Honda will have to obtain tram
t The theme for the SYSTEMIf
cellulose and pnner.m:.Ulng p'Ips, has been generally good despite game room. Bend and the Suwunnce-Aitclote other areas of the nation many of
at. f:ct seen fir the n'ne' months:, recent market weikncss month ilirhllfrhtcd: was "Animals with Indian in Stories Rob, ; THURSDAY, October '9. at 7:11: p.m., Hank Sides, Inslruclor history recalls these past four Navigation;: Dit>trlcli to bring Into I the great population centers of the
N pcrlrd w'c HilVJIJI rrrmcd Several factors were cited by an I< Playschool In the GanU-. Room I years, I am certain that one of the being this final segment of the wa. I East and Midwest
Induction Jack I I
:. with $10l.G31CtIJ, fir the tame period Erlckson as contributing to the 58 rat Langley from ceremony the Jacksonville by 9 :;0.11,0:: am. Carolyn Vlzcar. THURSDAY, November 5 I thief reasons will bo the progresswe terway that with completion of To compete successfully with es.
of 1011 Net Income to S<'pt percent Increase In net Income on Mohawk: Distilet. rondo Adult: I I.eadrr. Playschool In the Game Room have made In the development the Cross Florida Barge Canal, I tabllshpd Industries I In these area,
? (-mber 30th was $13.767.241 or $2- ', 13 percent Increase In net sales Asian, Ceramics In the Art Room ':30 11:30 ..m., Carolyn VIa of waterways The completion of will\ provide' Florlds with a prelect we know that materials must be
I 3.1 per shore on 6072DC2 shares With tonnage sales up sharply, The meeting! opened with a flay|. !ftt.330 pm, Hank Sides Instructor carrondo. Adult Leader our program for construction of I ed artery for Inexpensive wnUr. available at lew cost and the fin.Islicd .
B, culslanulns/ This compared with the company's manufacturing divisions ceremony conducted by Noel Catherwood ,f. Adult Ceramics In toe Art Roomat statewide tyitem,af waterways In borne commerce from the wcs irn. product must be able to
f!! net income of $3,7085,, to ScpS I operated at full capacity, and John Stouffer A Cub Pack No 171 In the Cane S:30 p,m., Hank Sides, Inst. vital to the future of Florida. most tip of the Texas Coast t9 the reach the market places at reason',
d! icirbcr 30 13, or $1.43 per share i" against: 93 percent In 1163, resulting |parade of Cub Scout and their Room a715* : p.m., Dave Bow Girl Scout Troop No. 251 in Florida 'law provides Boards of nation's prime market, New York able shipping rates p
I. on 6.018,CIS shares outstanding, In higher production efficiencies Indian masks, headbands, and em, Adult Iador the Game Room at 7:115: p.m., Mrs Directors of Navigation Districts, City, and connect us with the material I There Is no answer for Florida
Rayonler sold 691.717 tons of I Pulp prices have also animal puppets marched aroundfor Lutheran Congreagatlnn Meeting Phillips Adult Leader. appointed by the Governor, to wealth of the great Mississlppl Industry that does not Include waterborne .
|" chemlca' cellulose and papermak. been generally higher In 1964 thanIn all to nee their endeavors of In the Auditorium at 8:00: y/.m, Scoutmasters Roundtable In the guide Hortda'i waterway develop. and Ohio River Valleys commerce .. .
In' the nine month, 13! The reduced federal In. the month. Following a "Lion ; I ment Their work will take lax -
ing pulps during FRIDAY October 30
Hunt," the boys departed for an f. Conference Room at 7:30: p.m. We can no more halt the tremendous
** also a new record compared with I come tax rate now In effect and official Inspection conducted by Fun Club Sth It 6th Grades money, and subject to your approval Influx of people frcm the : ::
el' In the months the 7 Investment credit on at the ballot box they may ,\t\dJi\ ,
622479 tons same percent the District Commissioner, and In the Game Room at 3:30.: p.m., colder climates of our nation Into .. ,
1963, capital additions also contributed DeSandro M. borrow money through Issuance of '
of the parents held a brief meeting! I Sandy C. / Florida than we cm stop In Its
Demand for chemical cellulose to higher earnings Sub-Teen Club In the Game bonds path the sun that brings them here .
completion of the Inupcc- :
Upon ;
*' grades has been particularly ac- Mr. Erkkson said that favorable i, Room at 7:15: p.m. ii' PINES'ar Their Immediate problem Is Horlda population will hive
Mr Fred Townsend, District Jit
!A live, according to Russell F Er. demand for Rayonlcr's products Is lion Commissioner presented the pack I Senior High Varsity Dance In .. ..rT:: U money with which to operate This grown to at least 7'/i million by WANT ADS i.
[fr liksun, President He attributed likely to continue In the months I' with a "100 Percent Inspection the Auditorium at 0:30 p.m. +r,4. Stand Tall'Y".m Is obtained through mutually agree 1170 and 20 million by the year

this In part to strong markets In Immediately ahead. With stable' Unit Award" a first time awardIn SATURDAY, October 31 : In Florida's J able arrangements with the Boardsof 2000 only one generation away Pack
cellulose acetate, rayon staple prices prevailing, the compnnv s. the Nassau districtAn I r-TA Ha'lowe'en Carnival County Commissioners of the To support this mass of penp'cwithin POwer $
and polynoslc fibers as sales and earnings should maintain
fibers pro-- i; I Impressive Indian !Bobcat starting; at 5:00 pm l.JJl Future various counties comprising eachof cur boundaries, we must' :
due'lion capacity for these major high! levels through the balance I
: Induction was conducted by Mr SUNDAY, November 1 the districts to provide them provide great Industries'! to ena'ilo
N el cd end In uses tin Is United being States broadly and rxpand-overP Working of the capital year. remained high/ I Lanulcy; with Mile Harper Dean I Lutheran Church Service In the with the necessary funds until they them to make a living educaliunl Mt' l

seas Pcimmd for papir-maklng I at $62709768 compared with $64". Himmdmun, and Tad Wallace receiving Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. can. stand for themselves facilities to prepare them lor the
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w pulps remained firm, he noted 730861 at December 31, 1963; de- I their pins I !MONDAY, November 2
1\/\/ _- I Wolf budges were awarded to i Si'a food* School In the Audit01 -
P David dough) Michael Lung, I 'IUID at 9:00: am, Mrs. Harrison
R Jimmy Mayo, Douglas Newsome, Home Dcmonntratlon Agent.! SEE no dirt with... HEAR no furnace rumble with.. SPEAK right out for.., ;
David Silva, Bailey Strum and I Standard First Aid Course In the ,
tt 1001 Ihlite Johnny Townsend. I Conference Room 10-11,30: : t
J/Je Go'd Arrow Points were earned 'Sandy DcSandro, Instructor. .
I Ceramics (9-11)) In the .rt Roomat
hl by David (loujrli/ \DuuifluiNvwHome '
and Jimmy Mayo.. A 3:30: p m, Hank Sides Inst
will show Silver Arrow point wa also earn. Adult and Teen Ceramics In the
you why ed by Douglas: Newsomc. 'I Art Room at 7:15: p.m., Hank .

........... Bear Budges/ were awarded to I, Sides, Inst.Buccaneer .
t"w1'n." -r Coin Club In the
Tom Foster and K'cVuJ Haves
tt. t. t
Game Room at 7:30: p.m.
Cub Scout and adult member I
III .. r ', tJ'fg"-; ": Island Squares Club in the Auditorium
cards distributed
ship were Boys ,
t I Ii, fti".m at 8:00: p.m.
'sf / t!:" receiving Denver Bars were: : jo.
C wt
,; Richard Hayes, Noel Catherwood TUESDAY, November 3
I Ub and John Stouffer, Assistant National Election, Voting In
Denner Burs were presented to thnMnrium all day.
( t Steve Roberts Gary Keller and Playschool in the Game Room
{ ;; ll. ttJ;. Ray Cillord.: 9:30: 11:30 a.m., Carolyn Vlzcar.
!r 't 4'"',.,.,, ..JrfJIe -" Den mothers, Mrs Frank Foster rondo. Adult Leader
? ?f.1'f: Mrs Duane Newsome, and Painting tor Leisure in the Art
01 ; / \ Mrs. Fred Townsend were awarded Room at 7:15: p.m.Barbershoppers .
N s 1 ,
Den Mother' Pins
d f In the Confer'
fk. h The Den Chief Warrants were ence Room at 8:00: p,m.
',II ijb1 N '" 11 presented to Scouts, Mike Town-
WEDNESDAY, November 4
\ J' sent. Gary Lovequlst, and John I II
P rd: ww I McClane I I Standard First Aid Course In the
It : '.p Auditcrium, 9:30.11:30: : a,m.,' Sandy
.I 'r. A special! appreciation award i
.':" I I DeSandro, Inslr. MODERN ELECTRIC HEAT !
was presented to Mr. Lunitley for "
tt Er4d his contributions to the pingram Ceramics ((12-14)) in ,the Art
.(; I To complete a most enJn"ab'eevenlnA' Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides,

d ? Den 1 gave a skit on In lnletor. -:
..3lr "Choosing/ Indian Chief" Den Adult Ceramics In the Art RoomRUBBER It's safe, clean, automatic, healthful and costs so little to operate. .:-

y II of presented the lYuliun a stick legend puppet'Crca'ioi show What is it? An electric heat pump the perfect way to heat your

. a "I d of the World,"' Den I 111 chose to home this winter. And it also cools your home in summertime.. No
\ do a stunt to remind the Cub. II
', master thpv haven't had a turn STAMPS other system of year-round air conditioning matches the flameless

to do a skit. electric heat pump in perfect climate control. Make you and your :
The (Jtmuia Committee Mr and
'b" to o t to 'Mrs Nelson Mayo, Mr. ,and Mrs Any Size family comfortable this winter the modern electric way. Learn how

p II "a Mrs.Lawrence D. W Shank, Roberts and presented Mr. and Any Shape an electric heat pump does a year-round job.

'he Genuls Kits to the puck and Inquire At

IIf b, @OO IJ .(]'{'g) _ffilf aaa @i1rnrn@[}{] with bovs.A a special flag The ceremony.meeting mention was was closed made NewsLeaderPhones :" FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.

Behind the gleaming, porcelain *o all the boys and parents for
: Cabinet you'll: find a patented the exceptional display of Achievements 216.3686 261.3687

S inner unit that makes leper and Electives.! They -'. --- .-- --- ...-.........rzY -
tJ floor heat .pooibU. Look at the will serve to ftlmu'nr' much activity ;
big blown wheel that drive and narticlnation from both
Ii the air through a battery of parents and boys. I
Inner hat tube that set right N xt pock meeting will' be November ,
o ft in the heart of the fire! Siegler 19. In the Rcrrpation Center ,
b doesn't wait for the heat tot !fume room at 7.30: I! S-this

come out...tt got right in slier
T it,then force it over your floor/ spite large cash payments during beautiful bold
the for big i
rl Come In and M for yourself year major new construe. i
d why Siegler Outhtati-Outlaiti lien at the Woodflbre, British Cnl
otlienl amble rnd Jc un, Georgia mills ,
The Board of
n Directors meetingIn \

r(. cash New dividend York today of ,30 declared cents per '

II' x share payable on November Kith>
ft 65 is still '
to shareholders of record on Octo Mercury amediumprice

.' Vr 30thRayonler. Incorporated Is one of : ::4,

the world largest predueers ol
n '
a' ONLY BIEOLER GIVES YOU MORE AND chemical ce'lulosc, the basic material '
for many essential fiber r '.
I' HOTTER HEAT OVER YOUR FLOORS film, plastic and chemical a
The company is also a a ]; car !
rl HARDEE BROS. CO. leading supplier of paper-making .

pulp] In addition, Rayonler manufactures ,
218 Atlantic Avenue lumber In large volume f h
and produces a growing range of

, t.FI. _. --- sllvlcncmlcalsf I .;. : : :'! !' '"' The limousine look, the bigger, bolder lines, the elegant interiors all say "luxury car"-but .h.. -. -.

'A i II:. :J .\', the price tag says medium-price In a wonderful wayl I We've' never offered so much that's new ._

f : and exciting at such a practical price! Totally new engineering! The finest riding car in its fieldl! ..

'i 3 DOZIER & GAY PAINT ; More fine models to pick from. More room) Longer wheelbasel I Big new performance from ,,
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T : !'." high-vigor V-8'sl A choice of roof styles! The finest selection of options in our history! .', :::

o "BEST FOR THE SOUTH" '. ,.. ". All this and -more in our Mercury for '65 and we invite you to see it this week! ;* ,

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V KAINULI ___ $425
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