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: November 12, 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: UF00079912:00098
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century + .- : Best Medium

Of Service I ltrnanulna 11each% NeusJreaher, Local News

In Nassau County ;.u Advertising

firm IaN Absorbed by PuKhu. Marfr or Succession The Florid News. Th. Eiit Ftoridlan. The Ptnlniult. The ftrnanmns" courier: IDf Ulnnd City. faraaiMma uoiervtr Fernindtn Expnu: Th. rtrnandina NThe Florida Mirror. The Nuiiiu County star The Newi. The Fern+ndl.a Record,
reraandln Newi.Record, Naaiau County Leader The Outlook The 'Iorl4.UlOrl"" Newt, The Kertundlna Mewi. The Buccaneer.
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t.d Matthews En County RevetmentWork UnderwaAt

/ustftamilm 1 u iba.i To Speaks Visit To Postoffice Groups ; Beach I

Congressman D R "Bill)'" Mil Work began here the
Monday on
<>l:7 i++ thews was In Nassau County on
s f)4"3u0! :; (! beach revetment pro.
:Monday to visit poKtofflces sod
1 jcet lor Amelln 1llIndI IIh (the
confer Ith cili/<'ns of this area
placlni IIf the first 1 Kniitc boulcl-
an Is his regular custom
v ers on Frrnuiiclim! Sloth mar I lie
On Monday i night. M..llhrad.. '
beach fI'I'I'l'nllUll i nrci
dressed the Fcrnand Bench Kl : '"
: ,:- The boulders I which
\ arc I trans
Ccnsralulatlons to Community want Club and tonlRit: he will be I \ 1
,t r" ,' ,; "" ported 1 lure bv rail, are, bring haul.cit ,
Chest-United Fund President Bryan I Kicst rpinker at a nitetlng cf the .
: >{ by trucks to the bench and dt.pi !
Rajschert. energetic young Con cora Club I '. :: : sited by lirge cranes IIh clam-
drive chairman Bob Ccnek and all '" '''\' Jj1it. t, .. ,
I '' ,."' J shell buckets. as noted In accom.piunliiH .
others connected with the current l :' of"
; < : photo
campaign for exceeding the goal City CountyTo .. ,
.' Prime cinliactnr for the job is
of the hat also to aU "
And a tip '. Jcue A. 110\\\ I !lid and Son, Inc,

those !generous contributors who DENNIS HAVEN, of Hallandale. will be one of.the road Ask State "1':, Of 1 BilKhl \. J, and the uuikrilsul
made the drive suth a success
racers competing here Sunday in action at the airport. '.' I Ih \ hv till Sjv;m.

Devotees to* the proposed* bridge Haven shown here in a previous race at Daytona International On FPUC Water ..... I., nil .11 l .tblJ1' '. S. I'"tl1S r1'.If I
"" I PI..fUi" lnl'I'r 18 I'r.IIl"l :
from Fcrnandlna Beach to St Speedway as No. 80, was slate champion road ', .' :. ..vt.w.JI'tt. ,
Marys, Georlalcre! cheered racer in 1961. The race, cosponsored by the local Jay -.i 4/t I Work at AfiMJpUl" l'r.] ,

when 6 Jacksonville newspaper tees, promises chills and thrills for spectators Rate Increase k 't T: ill I 1'1'.011 I en lilt! I Inwn'MU, If Ames
listed number of campaign promises :
I ..>I f III/ Mini Is ixpcdid" lo liBin!
by Governor-elect HaydonBurns. '
Steeling Wednesday morning In
: ., also as swill UK the last imcminU
Included was his pledge to rrlul.lr nt hi srsslui the Ctni ... "Q
nn v .a t; i lire seemed Iran properly l sworn. :
the spin that has long bun a hope I Iy C'lmmlmlon lieuid! a rl'QIII'.I'! .. Aim In the,. eontrdrl Is rcvt'tml'lIl I '
of most In this area and which I Is Top Riders Are Expected from the Clly (nmmlssi of Mrmi I """"-I--'. ..r. ...,. J wick it Fort Clinch.
under discussion by road
currently ml nj Bench' that they ask the r- r Tin ririimuliid II'ath rcvelment 1
officials] of both states Viva Hurlda Rnllmml: and Public,; \tllI.! -... of:!"'" I will he !>,oou kit, American Detail

Burns! Iks Cimmlfsion li cnnsdcr a re REVETMENT= ; \M.Rk for future hurritane protection of (the ernamlm I i Keith began :IOWI' lid unit Tel feet al roil

13 tt for Races Here SundayA qust film Hit Florida Public ftIlllits here Monday. Shown here are two of the large cranes whiih will pine: the boulders! Clinih( The! reek seawall will he f
The Javttts, spinsors it the annual Co for a voter rate Increase 11 ltd obese mean low water I and
along' the "shore line as a safeguard against high tides such as those spawned hv (the ; : :: "
Golden Crown Prix rapidly lureS i will bt 10 tret across the I lip: with i ia
high winds of Hurricane Dora.
gaining rcccKnillon) as one of the large number of the outstanding pete In the motorcycle races at the 'me! I tme; ago the t'li rid I Pub. fiont( 610l'r i| of It' lo 1 lUlul I a bock ':

batter Kiorls car racing programs reed raters In the Southeast lernandlna Bench airport He tlilllks Lo? which I funlshtselictric I silt i)c' i'f I to ISehelined .

In thc Southeast, have another venture arc expected here Sunday to com- The races co.kpunsi red by I the' :I power; and water :to sub. : tomplillin lutes arc Ii

to their credit. This time - Fcrnantilna: Beach Jaycees and scrlbirs en Amelia Island, Inform 200 c it'nduI' diys al rirnindlnu: ,
It is tortytle racing and they'll I the Mcitortyclo Association! ol cd the: City; Commission that they 1 I II CC UF Drive Exceeds GoalBY lie'mil, 2.0 doss ut toil Clinch sad .

have stale and naticnally-ricog- Gaskill Funeral :I Jackson*'Ulc, will begin at 1 (Kpm I plan (n raise the water rates I 60 days ut American Beach ..

nlzcd road raters competing Every and continue to late after Since that time the matter has I

such promotion brings more visitors I htng fire, with the city In the tAwards
to this city and adds to the Held Sunday At I II neon. meantime discussing; t the purchaseof I I FTA CENEK Y.M C,A.. Children Home S cletyof ship Bill Webb, D H, Buchinan, City Commission'
in circulation locally and The sponsoring groups are ex Drive chairman. Bib Cenck. re. ( Florida \USO, unit Salvation Jr., B. b Taipliv\ Mrs,, Cird n T
money the water sjsttm
be commendedfor petting: Irom fifty to sixty' cnlrici ports that the final CC.IF drive" I Armv Ctiuk Is pleased that the Killer. James Groves' Hum or.Icy .
the their Jaycees clforts are to Drive out to the First Baptist Church Icr the exciting races. with many At a resent meeting! !!. Din Dauth- tttdl of $1850)58 will enable Nassau volunteers have dune such a use Illicit Krrelni, Lewis Knnr ContractsFor

Sunday alternoon and of the racers having' gained national ally, dixlKlon mi nailer! for FPUC county to effectively supportthe Job I W. I n. liudrffcr John Ihilcli.

airport I I eeo nlllon. reiterated his eompinys plans and eight paititlpat agenclts: llu cimniimllv thanks the Hoard I Ins W. C Sicken Mrs. lUuld d.
share In the thrills of IM exciting Funeral for Telford Gaskill 53, Sewer Work
I I The track' laid out on a part el again asked for the cilv s cndiirn The Boy Secmts of A merit a, Amerl. of the CC'.UF us well as the follow.\ Hug n. Uullcr T Johnson, Hubert -
sport was held Sunday at 2:30: pm at the race course used for the tii. I men!. (iFPt'C said the hike In utl'sj I can lied Cross. The Clil Stouts of' I IIIK volunteer ana eliiiiirmn and I Van/.int!,, Lois Ferreira, Kip
I I First Baptist Church Rev James nual Golden Crown Prix also upon.cored is based en failure. to gain sufficient America, Travelers Aid Society ''callllallnlorkl'rs.. Dean Blnnkcn. ('lIulIll' Wlnuiili. Pal lIllY, J, C.I I At thi rigilur bimonthly mcll.lux .
Last call fur all gourmets to I I T Dunnam pastor, assisted by return on Investment as allowed 'I Ian! night the City mmisslon:
by the Jaycees 111 open al -- --- -- Jamison, AI lanm: R P T Ilblrd,
make their plans for the annual Rev James C, Byrd, officiated, i i 1203 neon for practice runs. by' la'l.Fonr ). : Ray Hillli, Id'nl L'wl'III'n, Mil. opened: I bids and awarded cm.tracts .

Smorgasbord of the Women There'llbe of St.Pcter' and at graveside In Basque Bello Concession stands will be open of the city commissioners i R. E. Phinney Is Named As A DirectorOf I Mjrvln Sawyer. Mrs. II W risli- Ion wink I on sewers In the

Episcopal Church Cemetery to provide refreshments I II for the voted to pass the mailer Mong to Icr Mrs. M. It. Pikula Arnold city system
some mighty flub eatln between Mr Gaskill died November 5 In I : A contract In the amount of(62R4
large number of spectators expect-I 'Ihe County Commission, the only I lliinscn and Bit Lumthmr
6 p.m and 8 p.m. Saturday ,''I I Baltimore hospital attend, In the county (qualilled to ask Pulp and Paper Foundation Inc. was awarded Art Hi'inert.
School I cd to body I, Mrs. R, I Is. I hinmy, Men. J. C.H'OI1'tt. .
evening at the Junior High He was' a native or Stacy, N C. for ruling by the Florida Rail. son Consiiucllon; Co, if Jicktonvlllu
J, C, Campbell chairman of UK Mrs E. t:,. Jones. Fvert
cafetorlum : but had been. a resident of Fernan. I Unities Commit, lor the liutnllutlon of a new!
I Jaycee race committee says thai road and Public R. E. Phinney vice president of nannd as a director "f the Pulp Elvin, Fred !\I1'I.l'an.I Burns BiillivMtreuiy ,
Some mlghy proud Moms and I He was employed by Nassau *er.tlllzer admission will be 51.25I Ith children voted against this method of pro. Container Corporation! of America I and Pcpcr foundation, Inc. I' Kavnuklls'hlI'e Clarke: I I along Allintlc: Avenue. In the fg.an : .
Dads and rcrnandlna Beach residents & Oil Co, and was a member I' under U admitted free tedure. and general. manager of the rtr.. The' annual meeting and election Joe Rlbdey'| Jr? ( \ flcnilkcn 's Creek area.

In general were watching today of Freewill Baptist Church of I nandlna Beach division has been wan heir: last Friday at the School Herb Uallcy,, Curt lasserre F.dj I. The work was necessitated whrn

a* the high school dance band I Stacy He was formerly associated I Public Invited To If the County Commission Dilr..CIto the I of Forestry North Carolina Stale!\ Junes, Olyndin Wans Jr,, F R: the damnglng rttcct of Hurriceiitt" .1:
along to .
the request BIIWOII.\ W. U Little
performed on tnMlditay show, on with& Q J"tI Menhaden.. : pass University, I In Raleigh Five dlrec. Moore ." Dora crested I rupture In theline. ,
Channel Four JusU another of the He I Is survived by the widow state body then whatever ruling "Budget Fair7'To I tort were elected for a three year I| Leon Ilirrlnglon' Bentll'y Wilkinson A contract In the amount of 121.
fine performances under the direction Mrs Mary Elizabeth Lcvell Gsa j CAIl Day 'TalonShow 'they make will be the final return wordIn period I II I A. Levy, I loll Is Buy Dan I I 3M1S was awarded the Penetryn
1 the matter Normally a Exleen Corbett Mrs,
of Bandmaster Jonathan Hill kill; one son T, Ronnie Gaskill; is.Vestments I II Held Others named. with Fhlnney are Daughlcry : I Systems, Inc of Winter Park for
on 10 At First
| of up to 7tt Is permitted I I Sarah Charlton. Roy Keeley, Ivy
considerable rave
have gained Gssklll leaks
that one daughter Mrs Jute H D Hlnmin, International Pa. j the Inspection and repair of
orable recognition for the talentsof Sutton: and one granddaughter SaturdayThe I of said utilities that comp.nle"j per Co| J. A. McDermott, St Re. Crump Ray Caldwell of the Fer. In the existing: lewtr system of
FPIC nandlna Beach News Leader and
local youngsters. Diane Elisabeth Sutton all of Fer.I II i Itptist Friday | gls Paper CD,. K E' Youngchlld the clly,
(Continued on Page BUI Alexander of radio atlon ,
T* nandina Beach: one sister. Mrs time of the Second Annual American I Cyanamid; Co, and W: I I Thl.l'ork also comes under the

Doubtless countless numbers will' Myrtle Nelson. of Stacyf and one Nassau County Student Talent F, 0 Brlcn, American Potash and J WPAP head of hurricane damage and
aviil themselves of the hospitality brother William Gaskill of Sea. I Shaw, sponsrred by the Fernan- Historical Society Plans are now In progress. / for!! Chemical; : Co, One Gift Works Many Wundtri. i both contracts will be paid for by
tin Budget Fair to be held at First I II ,
of the is.cal division of Rayonler level N C dlna Beach. Parents Assrclatlrn, la I Church In Fellowship' Hall, ,| (Continued on Page Three) Thank you the Office of Emergency Planning<<.
Incorporat at the Open House Active pallbearers were Eileen at hand The shows will begin at Hapllst which also authorized other dlsas.
and tour ol the mill on Friday. Corbett, John Tlllakos, Warren I II 10 00 Saturday morning with the I i Names Paul Burns Friday. November 11th. from 6:30: I Holiday Fashions ter relict pending throughout tho
lo I 30 P.M. This will be a time of I
Occasion Is the 25th annl- Kirkland, W, W Reynolds, W ALawhoine I Ii county
Nov 27 first thrruah fifth grades! participating Annual Fish
ver. .ary of this division One of the I and G C? Plckett. in the tryouts\ and elimlnations ChairmanThe entertal fellowship imtnt of. helpful and Inspiration Information. All, I Fry Show Set ForNovember r Walk in, tho sewer system Is tx-

must, populal features of the tour Honorary pallbearers were U..r.1. I Pageant I 24 lasted tt btgln Immediately
of the Church families are urged I '
will doubtless be the relatively man Bowen Elrcy Klght A H. Sixth through eighth grades and to atltnd aa there will be something i Of Water Patrol (Conllijuid On Pago Two)
new operation her a 60 foot pine Hardee Harry Poole! H R Peter high school) tryouts and eliminations General D'mean Lamnnl BV LrTA: ('(:Sf.K

log Is mcc.hunlt.illy handled and son Sr? Jimmie Dernas Sam I will begin at 2 00 p.m, Eight ci.ntestants Clinch lllsttirlial Society held Its of Interest to every member 1 Fir ar enlertulnlnji amt! in Joy. Stone; Is Renamed

fed Into a mathhe! which virtually Jones, V, E, Stlph Hugh Stone J. from each age group will I regular monthly meeting al the (Continued. on page six) I I Saturday NightThe (.be earning. a siclul: event you

pulverizes it In a matter of seconds W. Cox and Carl Smith, be selected to appear In the finals Recreation Center on November 9 wtn'l I wnnl to miss make plans President of Baptist

I have view:d this operationon Oxlcy Mortuary I was In chargeof I I Saturday evening at 7;30 p m. Trophles with Mis Jay Bartcls president Public Invited To Sheriff Water Paled has now lo allied' the llolldnv rush Home For Children

two occasions and am looking arrangements t will be given to the first, I presiding!: everything all set for the annual lins liw in Tutsihy, November

forward to It siiln during the tour second and third plate winners In I, Long range plans were. discussedon Old Time BarbecueBy fish fry this Saturday night and 24 Not only will you have a gild II F, iHiiKhi Shone, Jr, 'la:! *

as well cs fie' oilier interesting aspects Fernandina Beach I etch age! group and will be award the proposed riilroad hem u I Iat I II Shrine ClubThe ticket hnldcrs are promised the( Unit sod hi able lo see tin! blight, icen renamed president of .tlle
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of (converting ood Into ctl ed by Louis A. Ferreira. President the 1 train stitlon at foot of1 best In si'a food' prclly fashiunultlu clothes you will ', bard of Trustees of the BaplTO!

lulose fibre which' li slipped! to all I Weather of the Florida National Bank I Atlantic Avenue, and another oltunoriil Public Is Invited ti the Old The eating will begin( : at 8 pm want ion the apinuchlni|) | holiday lime' lor Children In Jacksonville

parts of the w,ild U, S. Approved Wither.. Station I All shews are to be held In the exhibit to be placed In I I Time Barbequc sponsored' by the at Pmttr Huh Camp and will u'aseh" but! you will lit! contributing The nniio inermont wa made
I I Suuin 7lh At Ll" Htr. Mln? iMax Wits Retreatlon Center Auditorium on I the Dow lies house located on the Fernuiidlni Beach Mirlnt Club to I continue until all are fid lo Iwo worthwhile pnjiclsisponxi ant t Thursd',iy at the annual nutt

The local LI as Club Is currentlyIn Thurs, November 5 69 63 0 Atlantic Avenue and a concession. Plaza in Old Town be held on Saturday. Nov 21. sir. I Receipts from the sale of tie'kits reel by The Woman Club ng of the Hoard

a campaign to raise funds for I Fri., November 6 79 52 0 stand will be open beginning al Island 1 Cocking Under Eight sing' frrm 3 to S p.m, at tin .:Ie. to the pi" pillar annual affair will All l>rlll c'l'ds trim the tickets sold SI.'ne, a veteran of 13 years \tin

their primary iroj'ct. eye conser- Sat., November 7 76 50 0 10.00 a.m.Special : Flags;' a cookbook recently published I military School Cafetorlum Do. go to restoration I if the Patrols for Hill fai-lili *h',w will go to he Uouici of Trustees, be'tame the

Continued( On Page Two) I'I Sun? November 8 75 54 .01 emphasis placed on the by the Historical Society, Is nations will be $100 fur adults: club room, which was damaged by the Philanthropic fund. This fund lid man last year from outside

Mon., November 9 71 51 0 I fact the no admission Is to be available for purchase through the \I 75c for children Get your tickets I the winds and water of Hurricane each year provides for the $2jOOO lacksomllle to be mood as prudent
for the and eliminations members of t the Society I and havebeen I I (Continued Page Six) of that body.
Police I Tues., November 10 71 51 0 charged tryouts from any Shrlncr or al the door, Dora on _._
Parker Says Wed, November 11 75 49 0 I and the public li cordially placed with several mer. I -- ----

To Begin Crackdown I The wantliar .la furnl.h.. l enurtaiy Invited to attend Tickets will be chants In the business district, I,
I r,..rit. pihHe tTimtm Co, I sold for the final show only and and at several local restaurants" Speaker;

On Traffic Violators., *wla South N Inn 7th rw at priiMv Lima Str"n'if t...- Continued-on rage-Three) --Continued- -on ,page..- -six I .I Congressman Matthews Guest At Kiwanis MeetingBY I

Police Chief J. R. P. nor: said I
this week that city officer A ill be. TOMMY HALL *

gin an Immediate crackdow on. I 11"n irahlc D R Billy" Mat. r i ,
speeding and other traffic violations thews. Congressman for the ell x1T

In the city. Congressional District, which In-
Parker warned that the cx'cssivc linden Nassau Cuunly.81 the

speed must cease through ut speaker al the Momliy night Kl.wiinis are
the city and especially In areas meeting.Imnedmle .

where children arc at play and Pint Preside BrymiRaiiMhirt ?s

that violations will be dealt wit: called upon (.ord"n T,

harshly. Y FA"_ Hitler who I IlIlrodllcl'd Hit uptake,
He also cited the yellow lines on In reviewing some tf the bi'ne. 9 cb

mj iy ray biitits as a safety factor fits which be has had a hand In

and said (hut crossing l these ubtainlni! for our county. the Ci, n. pa'f
lines will& tlso cause cases to be pressnun mentioned the rcvitniint

nude work which act t underway this
week at rirnandina Btaeh ti re.

Plans UnderwayFor 1 1Iti pair the erosion damage caned! +

by recent heavy storms along the ,
Annual Yule Atlantic Ccust1ft e t

Lighting Contest: lurthcr I mentioned the watir. I c cI.
abed project which Is becoming
I .
With the approach cf the Yule reality In the Callahan community: e

season It Is time for everyone to as well as the MA center ail,lit

give thought to holiday corations has added/ so mith to the ceono. 7x'.f'

and begin plans fur entering the mote hie of IlilllardMm .

annual Christmas Lighting Contest a.eaaarAs )"nu nietitionid (he fact $ ,, wrf'

;' laid :MrsValtcr Preston to that ht'I us In the party which
cundiicttd the offniul InspectKIII of
sy .b
Mrs. Preston Is general chairman THIS HUGE; TRANSFORMER was unloaded and set in place here Monday morning the storm damage to thin area dir.

of the contest, to be sponsoredthis at the J. L. Terry Substation. Lime and T nth Streets The gV0)0! () unit wa "struck, tog Hurricane. "Dora"I In Vpttnibtr ( tn i r

year by the Association of by lightning; in July and suffered $26,000( (} in damage when interior coils were burnedout. I mt-ntiined. Congressman: the fait Matthews that h'JI also III

Garden Clubs The 10,000 kilowatt transformer, whets wetah 1K.OOO' pound, was rebuilt in number of !'idS.
I ol the lame
As In the past there will be sea proud nLU.l H. Him ) M XTIH fcUS; : ions fuel t speaker here Monday .
for participants. thimico/ In foreground, watching installition, are !left to right, deorire; Munt, serve eau County' Mlud1'l111I he had ('O {;HE: : ( ( evening
Florida Public Co I.mll Hitision superintendent and of lit the reJuJarrrkly meeting of the hiwanis t'lub.t left in Kiwanis!! Past
Detailed pUna will be announcedIn icemin: for Utilities ; Chester < I particularly the pleasure upiCuitinucd
the near future I I J. D Dauirherty, division manager for Florida. Public tilitien I Company. I on Paxe Three i ('resident Bryan Kauiothert and \Irl'l.: H.au Chen. -

Smorgasbord Saturday 6 to 8 P. M. At Junior High Elementary Cafetorium .

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Two :News-Leader: Firnandma TJea-h, FloiIda-Thursday, November! 1 Y, l'Jo4
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High School Echoes. Florida Cracker In

111 ASH STREET PHONES Kl.M8I Ml-8687 j t BY
: Is hissed on fact Banhury ton lived and today K boa,
EDITORt EdJtois Note M", Elisabeth rhyme t> (
A John H. Perry NewspaperRay THE
Crutohfield daughter fI f Mrs Faith lies In a little valley surrounded I, WMblnrtfln museum enmpl" e

ABC AIDITFD raldwfll Editor PAID and CIRCULATION Manager r Prnnmn"
Published every Thursday and entered! at the PORt Office November 11. IflGI In Ve'ubacVn' Germany with her It almost Impossible far a loaded the jMn-eUi an Inn wl'h a magm
John'Crutchfield wagon' to leave the town unless an flcent thatched met ,The ..
Fcrnmullna Beach Florida at second class mall matter.Subscription "MltorFc'innr'lna to hlls and, Major nrof "nr
Rates Reach News Leader and family, f'A.. privileged to extra horse were hired At onetime 'I really enjoyed himself' then h*
$4 I year 225 8 month $1.25 3 Months Since( the school booed refuses It" 4'1i7 c 1sk read some of her letters home and a man named Fyne owned a'', considered himself A gourmet,I and)(|

$4.50 a year out of county !' tn hold evening: nwtlniH nprhnnsvou + 1' X11 rued, them, so Interesting I "*1.'. stable of horses which he rented. I ordered sandwlchm In addlllnn ht
wF, Since It was necessary for c lime goodies the rest of ps| had
could get some information t vailed on her to contribute similar I Ilhp. In
I for me. Q Vv news letters to the News.Leader, I one to ride the horse buck t to the he enjoyed himself so much

I Annanntlv the school hoard hal') hope the letter prove M InterestIng stable be tent one of his daughters that he del.ved our departure by

- 1 drast'ca' :Iv reduced expense money I I to our readers as they are tome along and, because daughter I twnty minutes,

I I for the Fernandlna schools this KATIIY MIKE: LAIR' RAY .) ness was flourishing the We returned to Lnndon early

o Ilov.! 1 year Can VH find out why and 1 i HARDEE RYLANT.' LATHROP ARSFNAILT I I (Part t cf life .. LtatotlOur ) I must line\ owned some jewelry enough for some of our group to
U,1'96; write an allele about It ? guide for the excursion to The bells on the toes bit he didn'texplain uttend the evening performance of

WilliAm A. Chlldi HI. "n" pr''.e mon"v. Stratford-en; -Avon met us at tHe I "The Sound of Music", Several(
d4 r vZEL T tr .p ., The Senior Cla.I, an busy a. Tuesday nlnht the Pirate B-team ,, bond .. Sunday owning, He \ At Su'grave: which last t even a I'thrrl111'1 /to a movIe. The lacier

.-- I November 11, 1984 I II I ever, ha. rcc"nru>d Itself In tenors "as host tit the Hurricanes from claimed! to have been a priest at crossroad we had a real, honest group got lost and ended up In Si.,

., -.., fm.'I J,I'lflA 1 ,'k1 I Editor I IFernftndlna. : Mr. Child Ins r"it out for Camden Comvv, The Hur''eaneson one time 'although presently em. la-goodness English 'high' tea I II ho The next day we herd vvi')

< : liJ __. Beach News Leader them until Christmas holiday So 110 however, the Pirates pieced as a history teacher. Al any I with scones, muffins, marme'ade' descriptions of some of the weird
: s : I If you' hap i In the latest Issue of National I rate, be was a storehouse of Inter and tcarakes Bnlgrsve seen
..' REC.F..1TlOlJ C NTER. -' .. Review magatlne James BI'..... then mumbling I f> himself! lint Last Friday night was not I hap. sitting Information misinformation, where George Washington antes- more( next week)
from Macbeth, the definition of for I
py one our Pirates I
as they
author of and who
Suicide Of The anecdotes never stopped
\ Ii' ..I Went card catalogue, or how to write a were defeated bv the Starke Tor. i
: .. t. notes thAt Woodrow WilsonIn I talking.
.. ...: A UNn I.5t: 1916 and Franklin Roosevelttwenty.four footnote. don't panic! They're just nad"ps 21.0. The I 'Our Mattson Attends
,tJ.i tvnlcal itudrnt of Mrs rnuldn against'' route took us past WindsorCast'e
;:. a Child t seem to move
.. ....: lr"i; ''''0' AM.."' ..mt -.... _. ed on promts years liter ef keening were elect.the" Besides the project mentioned C"arkf'' s lishtnlng fast defense, On i through the little town of FOLLOW THRU Meetinas On Turf

t r IfX't10fN1.. I above, they hove. several other the ether hand: except for a few Henley where boat race are held Golf
yadayryN\ Study
.. ; ? and within TourneysEd
peace a after eachwas ,
... year r rI on the Thames, to the city of Oxford
t : .. O... Inaugurated there was war tlilnai going This put week some lapses our defense unit contained I' We I
were allowed to visit
l.i7.30f.'tf._ I of the seniors took a General Ap. (he Tornadoes Mattson head
r r Ie..... President Johnson has just been throughout most of } /*** pro at the
.1' Christ Church College which ,Is not >4
I : I titude Teat Many of the gradu. the game. The score remained e Fernandiai Beach Golf Court,
;' 1' ., .." ,. elected as "the. keeper of the ten to be are Investigating several None until the waning minutes of I a college by our definition bit' a was In Sanford Monday for a nucl
ncace' four I
\ twenty year. after residence
for .
,1t Mnrrq .. I select the right one for them. fumble was recovered In the end The college Is almost a city In It. Association The meeting was huh
and again' that he
erC.smNrt would .
neversend self
\"' .. Several will take the college board tone by a Starke linesman Thl."ll'fak" with a library, a Great Hill at the Mayfair Country Club
\\1 : .10 1'0 American boys to fight over I used the
\ :((. $H.", December as dining-room and a cha
exams on I. at Jack. ocrurence hiked the Tor.
Officers the
{ 1' .to seas. Will history repeat Itself pel In addition to the students coming year
.1 aonvllle University The seniors are nadoes lead to 14 0. A 13 yard TD
-. ". ." Mr Burnham concludes We were nominated Mattson Is a punt
,, _
..\ ; planning. to have a play next late In the final rooms
:"I" would have a better chance to Urn : early pats period closed'I i president of the group
t. i spring, and committees out Entering<< the city of Oxford the (
_- ___ are bring Despite t I lop-
.. .. It the approaching war If we had eJhe.r: eedI I II On Tuesdsy he attended a mod
: \. sot up at this time Next week the the Pirates la one professor told us a little of the
: as President a man who understood Ing of the Jacksonville Am itc'
J, ,... class motto, flower and colon of their better games, Richard i elty'a history and pointed out Vic. ir
that In this past generation Golf Association held at Beam lire
will be selected We will try to I Schcmas hard running fullbackwas lorlan.style dwellings which he
we have never really been al Club
B I have the results for you next week a standout on offense as he I termed "monstrous'North BY WILLIE MATTSON Country
peace. I II The annual staff 'IK working hardto accounted for half of the Pirates from Oxford we passedthe I Under discussion was better prao
William A. Chllds
I make this vear'i yearbook a total vardnge Another bright spot huge estates cf the Duke of I'I" 'tines In the conduct of tourntys

I trN"fvembe'ft big success. Students rememberthat I for rBHS was Joe Stores who col Marlborough and hid a glimpse of I The ladles I. of the Brunswick! under JAGAs supervision,
9' 1964- Friday, November 13 Is the lected 14 tsckles and played his the mansion where Sir Winston C nuntry "Ib en d J coup C ounlry ,, -

Mr Ray Caldwell Editor I deadline for paying the down pay. best defensive game to date Bar. I Churchill was born Our guide wa Clt'b'ere here Tuesday for a day been adjusted fcr the home kit.

City Commission Jaycees Reauest I Fcrnandina Fernandlna Beach News Florid-Leader :ment OB your annual I ry Rice and Mike Pikula also deserve Interested In the Duke of Malbor- I of golf with the local lady golfers I II chen:

Return of Beach Saturday the second annual Talent a lot of credit for their fine I ough and was quite a Churchill fan | Doris Helms and Marianna Har. ,
Flags Dear Mr Caldwell: ''I( Show will be held at the Roc defensive play Although the Pirates so he ,Jed: a lot to say about this per finished one.two with net score SHRIMP: CIIOWDER

, ?, Continued From Page One) Jim Bedtty, president of the | As a teenager In this town It ,Center, sponsored by the Baud were beaten 21-0, their spirit I area, for Bun wlck. First and scccnd for 3.4 pound cooked peeled clean

Jack Collier project engineer Fernandina Beach Jaycees, seems to me that there should be Parents Assn. Let I auppi rt our will never be at a less This week, ; Upon arrival at Stratford the Jesup were Ivor West formerly of shrimp fresh or frozen,
'.for Smith and Glllesplc, consulting quests that any person or r..1 a decent place for us to Rather ;Band and attend! the show Coach Benner and his crew travelto professor Informed us that we had this city, and June McDanlcl Local OR

*, engineers retained by the city, who has a Jaycee flag not being I When you really stop and think, The' FBI1S Student Council met Orange Park where they will less than, one hour for lunch and I winners were Lois Casey first, 3 cans tt4!! cz each) shrimp:

"? was present at the meeting and displayed on designated days. to I there Is nothing for us to do except last week The mala business that try to avenge last year. 33-20 recommended a quick snack rather I and Adaline Davis second /i cap bacoa or salt pork;

advised the Commission on bid de. please contact t Mm, or, any mem. posclbly RO to a movie, just ,wii discussed was youth juries Homecoming\ than a meal We tried ta tike: On account of the Brunswick. chopped,
tails, her of the organization I ride around ETC and after a I II student behaviors and Homccom See you next week his advice but the snack bars were Jmp p'ay day the time for playIng .
s In .other business the Commls. Beatty said that possibly someone I while this Is quite tiresome -- ---- too crowded so we went to a the final matches of the Cham M cup chopped onion;
'Blnll heard a reauest from Five had taken a flag In from the ,| We have an'abundance of GOOD restaurant where we had a full I plonshlp tournament were extended 1 cup bo:ling water;

-Beaches Cable:: TV Inc, for a rain or lateness of the hour and teenagers In this town In most meal \\e were about two to next week Tuesday November ,, 1 cup diced potatoes;

anchlse to erect an antenna here therefore several were not available I'I every respect but Mr. Caldwell, late returning to the bus and there 17 'i teaspoon salt,

and l seek subscribers to their ser when the flags are raised, I how many will stay good If there, stood tae: pompous old goat '4 teaspoon salt

.rice!,. Is nothing to do except get Into For The HomemakerBy and shouting<< at.us to waving I Seafood Recipes Dash pepper;

Speaker for the company was study the proposal and give the i trouble T made me mad and greatly distressed t cups milk,

Harry Olfenhauser.of Cocoa Beach, company an answer In the near | Don't you think that the city or our German tour glide Sev-i SPAGHETTI AND CRAB 'Chopped\ parsley.
: I drain
who told of their plans for this .future. some private organltatlon or both oral! others were late also so the !W CUB' alive or salad ell, Thaw frozen shrimp or'
area If the frtnchlse Is approved I I could provide us with some type professor Instructed the German to I !M chopped onlcns canned shrimp Cut Into > Inch
In other business application cup ; J
".He: said that a tall tower wouldbe by Mrs Lucille Kitchens an to sell of youth center Maybe If they Mrs. Mary N, Harrison wilt and we drove off without !I pieces Fry bacon or salt pork until
did there would be fewer teenage them teaspoM chopped garl'c; i brewned. Add onion and cook until
erected here and the antenna
vvoiild' pull signals from a number beer and wine al Sentell Restaurant I boer parties," Home Demonstration Agent The birthplace of William Shakespeare 1 teaspoon chopped parsley; I tender Add bnl'lng\'! water, potatoes
was approved It was noted
Yours very sincerely, our only Fortun 1 UaspoflS chopped celery; I II end seasonings Cover and cook for
Ml older TV stations as far awiayas jY I was stop i
that the license was already exietent
. I "A Discouraged Teenager"Just doI;)II 13 minutes, or until potatoes are
'Orlando In Florida and Albany at that place of business and / ately I the Stratford authorities cup ulld pack tomatoes .
.. __.. _. j tender Add mink' and shrimp Simmer
UUUhh not allow outside guides In this
;.liT "C0orgla. He noted that the
: would only be name transfer, -''" : 1 cup tomato sauce; | ,ll)
C equipment would clease the signals The Commission authorized City I Ramblin'Continued A FINANCIAL; PLAN HELPS: 1, Base your spending plan on I II I house so we were able to wander ,I !14 cup sherry wine, '' lo heat Yield Serve 6 servings garnished\
of noises and would reampllfy: Manager David Gotchel to advl'r'i i It Is net the size or the Income that through and concentrate on the I I II 1 teaspoon black pepper: parsley :

On the financial aspect of the Use hoc bids en a city grade fur I Is of greatest Importance but rather I I! your net income money( you 1 I things which Interested us In the I II t teaspoons salt\ i
acturlly take
proposition, Offenhauser said that the use of hcJ public works I from Page One) the way It Is used that really rear was a lovely formal girden H teaspoon paprika Try A Classified .
the Initial I cost for a subscriber department I I vatlnn,, This commendable I counts 2. Control )' a nice place to linger for awhile I I IH cups water) -.- -

would be (25 for Installation and Mayor E. J Johnson, Jr? Informed coupled with the new advances Where It used Intelligent i 3: B >y setl home'I I I were It not for the professor The I 1 pound fresh or canned crab
money I
rk.1 4 ''
then $1 per month per set that construction Is expected I transplanting I eves from a : ly It brings considerable satisfaction Weigh house next dooc.bad been converted meat: / SEE
Of (Ihe Income derived by the to begin momentarily on the person to a living one, d Whether Income against lasting benefits Into a souvenir shop where In 1 pound spaghetti

Company 3% would be. paid to the Rcss-WrlRht Chemical Corp plant the supper! of all and such a conI be moderate or your large, If you use may It I 5. Put some cash aside for emergenclci '' addition to the usual junk, ..1ot\ Braise onions, celery, garlic and

city for the first five years and here. The plant will produce a 11. ,I trlbutlon cannot be measured IP unwisely, it Is bound to bring discontent I I'I' Shakespeare's works are sold Berks parsley In oil until golden brown "HINEIGHBOR'
4% alter five years. quid alum used In the piper products ,1 mere money As He'en Keller once I' and 6. Phn a systematic savings ranging from'' the, most expensive Add tomatoes. tomato sauce water
The Commission iald they would Industry 1 1 I said There Is no lovelier way lo unhapplncss ,( program. through Insurance, leather bound to cheap! paperbackswere I and seasoning Simmer for one

-------_._- --- .. __ __ ______ 1 thank God for your sight than by Many families with only modest j i Ings bonds or other sav'l I displayed! hour Add crab meat and wine and
Incomes have learned the secret of I As we passed the theater we I
I giving a helping hand to those In SIMMER: a few minutes
the dark". managing!; their money wisely and saw brightly dressed dancers per. Cook spaghetti Drain, but do not *

HEADQUARTERS FOR GOODYEAR I 'd' are able to put something away I Junior Hi-Lights terming on the green But we didn't t wash Add to sauce Mix well. Pour %..aWITiiJIM
for the future. On the other hand, stop. Oh nil! With a comment abiut '
platter and
Needless to say I was sorely j I on sprinkle with lira led WATSON
we all know of families whose Income .
the country' dancing that blacked -
BV LINDA WHITE cheese Serve Immediately, Yield:
outnumbered In the cheering department ,
TIRES I Is large enough to maintain traffic the! professor dismissed
Hello! 6 servings. AND
when I attended last Saturdsy
a good standard of living, who I each provincialism'. We rode past
s Rome In the Gator Bowl I have no particular health problems Pictures were glvcn out Tics, Ann Hathaway home stopped CHIOPPINO: SAICE 18th
between Florida and I ned I
Georgia diy
or responsibilities, yet they never ,I I II long enough to take fJ p!cture !4 cup olive or salad all;
Original EquipmentAt
ws with Lonnie Pope, executive seem lo get ahead, Whit Is prob-i'I There \\'tl8> a LIbrary meeting from Inc bus before contl lulng our t (tablespoon. chopped garlic: I HEAR SPECIAl. GUESTT;
assistant to the director of the I ably needed Is a more realistic attitude hod last Wednesday and officers I I delve (through: end out of tcwn 1 tnblcrpcci chopped parsley; '

Jacksonville Advertised Georgia Highway Board, and (two I' a new mental standard or'' for the Yl'ar'I're ele-tcd They With a {few more comments on the 1 tablespoon chopped; green
members of the Board, Clark (Sonnvt nod honest I are Glnny Dibb Linda MR. GORDON
living an effort to plan I president commercialism 'or the Stratford pepper;
Duncan and Willis Hardln the spending in such a way that 1 Vth:le, vice-president citizenry the professor concluded I t CPI: i'lid.pnck tomatoes;

Sale Prces or Less. Wash Wallace cf Gainesville: II will give them more of the The last game of the Junior HlKh] his remarks about Shakespeare 1 cup tomato sauce, EWS
Ga. Chailes Smith of Cim. ;
tilings they really want Pirates was pia red Thursday night country t tablespoons sail,
den County, Ga., Mrs Smith and
ESSO SERVICE The way the Income la handled I II In Green Crve Springs The Pie.ales Riding through the English countrysldc 1 tablespoon paprika; NASSAU! COCNTVAGRICULTURAL
their daughter and son In law andIt
affects every member of the famlly were defeated 25 to 6. The I cI' M cup sherry wine; AGENT
Roes without saving: that they I : I'd : eJhD Banbury; I
!Money\ problems, therefore are I touchdown scored by Fcrnindino really. town 3 cups water.: i
lasserre Motor I Co: I reacted ''In. true Georgia winning l family afriir andytJtialfc' can be pan guide by Mike Douglas and it really does have a cross Sprig fresh basil OR aba:at !4 I I 6:45 A. M.

(fashion both during the game and best settled V a family V.herf the I i I'm sure everyone sin glad to I rlKliT in the middle! of fbwn"Remember leap:"ew'i dried ,
fallowing. This Is an annual t so.Jn'irn the rhyme: I Braise onions 'girlie. pirslcvcc'cry l _
629 S. 8th Street I needs and wants of nil are discuss. hear that Mark Haddock Is doing' nursery ON
1 for these Georgians. whn ed franKly When everybody really fine now alter being hurt In the Rid a cocked horse to Banbury '! and bell pepper In oil until;

make llielr headquarters| at the understands the situation, they will game Thursday night/ i Cross golden/ brown Add tomatoes and
I Penn beach horn here, and one I I cooperate, especially when On the borrowers cards fur To see a flne.lndy. upon a whitehorse tomato sauce, salt, black pepper, i
II of the more satisfactory ones, what I'ml'r'l paprika and sherry wine Cook 13 ,,
genies arise and when 12
I Checking out books In the 7th and
with the Billdocs pulling an upset must be curtailed With rings l on her fingers and mln..lies. Add water Cook slowly i i
i II t tAny 8th glade the eighth grade cards : I
the Gators Along with the
over belle: her toes one hour Lie for nny fresh fish or WFGATVJACKSONVILLE
WE ARE MAKING A SURVEY j fortball' the proposed bridge from I I plan must be 1 Individual: It.i I'I are clearing up real nice, but the. She shall on have music wherever she shell fish Yield: 8 servings
Fern'ndma Bench in St, Marv'l'l I IOn must be a personal one. To be seventh grade cards need Improv.Ing j' Hc-e are further. recipes from I
workable It must be re1l1 Ue. Fur. Please try to gel your books goes
I IK favorite
ulw ,
? ave a I According to the professor fie! Fishermen. Wharf which have
the Cctrglans, l lItercs thermore\ must be flexible In on time and take care of your' .
-- -
,ti the unexpected call for adjust.mcnts ; Borrowers curds

an attractive as well asNeohtl In one's spending The budget See you next week I
Christmas Rift I fnr anvene'oho If It Is tn survive, must be I

enlojs eating and who dnrn flexible enough lo meet changing Nassau Receives DOZIER & GAY PAINT
The Duncan L Clinch Historical I i
Society; of Amelia Island Is rainInB In addition to everyday 1lvlneexpenaer << $39,000 As Share

money through the sale of conk there are 'Bigger I "BEST FOR THE SOUTH'SGAYCO
Of Race Tax
i it ho ks entitled Island Cooking | things I which we want for the tuture Track

Inter. t the Flfiht Flags' and the Not only may the family wanta
fund to take rare of emergen. TALLAHASSEE State Comp- Fume fir Mildew Resistant $ A 95
roeiiiea to jaded
are sure aro se I
'taste birtu G"l several trim any cles but they have certiln goals (roller Ray E Green reported today ___ White Colors '

I m-mhcr and distribute among your that it will take savings to a.t.in. checks for $39000 are being GAL.
friends. These may Include savings for a mailed lo each of the 67 counties'

brine for education of the children us their share of the first payment For Concrete Blocks
What u YOUR Vr, -VHeres $4 25
reason for using our for r4 the track fund for the
for recreation and travel rare lax GRANOLITE ___
one I gleaned from the \
drive in windows bilk o': Burns Baileys cash reg. Investment, for additional Income current, fiscal period I I 6- Asbestos Shingles GAL.

1.ll'r.hll'h also serves as a board on retirement Green said the payment Is $5'
o In a hurry? rj Parking problems? for quotes: First of all, we must set aside a 013 more than each county received *

No'onder we don'I get any sum to take care of the fixed expenses for the same period last year ,
o Informally dressed? 0 Miserable weather: ? work dune I or "musts! This takes a The tax produced the urgent return

0 Tired' A year has . . . 365 days large percentage!! of the family Income tll the counties last year INTERIOR LATEX $345 FLAT WALl
o Have the children Sleep 8 hours a day . 122 diys Then cornea the difficult when trial: payments reached :

with you? p Late, for appointment? Leaving on'Y.' . 2(3 days task ef allocating the balance and $:!3oIOtIO.

Rest 8 hours a day . 122 day. here Mrs. Homcmaker Is apt t to
0 Like convenience: LeaUiu only . 121 days say: How can we make the little:! sir # *
that Is left cover all the other Beach
There arc 52 Sundays 52 daysLeaving I
We'd check them all. These arts |furl t sor.o ct the only . 69 days things we have listed*" Weather Report BLUE CHIP ROLLER SET, COMPLETE . $1.19

reasons we 1 hovo this uervico avaliabloGLORIDA Take oil a half diy These. ._suggestions may help you:
on Saturdays . .28 days Sieve Rich. Observer TURPENTINE& $1.39 Gal. Mineral Spirits 45c Gal

ea\hIli only 43 days lots hive rf joking' nt their Ism Weather SI.itiim at 2Ii& MacGrrgoi

Have 1'a' hours a day Some ted that the basle Idea Is to Blvd.
L National Bank I frr limed citrco 28 days divide everything with your neigh M. ere gale. COMPLETE LINE PAINT & SUPPLIESSHIELL'S -

Leaving only . . . IS day. I bur Others feel that It means your' Thuuda" SOY, 5 75 58 0
Ne M N NW/r,.........-......-.. I.t Fernandina Beach 2 uecks vacation . . 14 days neighbor should divide everythingwith Friday, !Nov. 6 80 53 0

Leivlnb.. only . . . 1 day i I you We don't I exactly call It Saturday.. \Nov' 7 77 52 0 GROCERY
And everyone knows that by the same name but 1 remem. I'| Sunday, Ncv, I 77 S4 T

,NIM MIXyXOMr MWM ar-rr- nobody works on Labor Day! I her a recent quote that went about I i Monday, Nov. 9 73 54 0 I
TY like this: "we will take from the Tuesday :Nov 10 73 52 0 211 ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 2619033Page

There are two wa>'. 01_. haves and give t. <<




There arc currently two Fernan. ,' .tluIrrelflfliluliIh1rCiuhtllThu1q14V\eflatcr12I9GIraThr! I !> I t! R. E. PhinncyContinued diva High School graduates attending i I -' -

the Pulp and Paper School at J I I

( From Tape Ones I North Carolina btalc They are 'I Lions In Discussion Hutchins Is NamedTo Congressman

James r Rvlant, Jr and Jimei '
I II Y, Charbennlcr of Union Bag. Board of Directors
Camp Paper Corporation I', Kcar Jour graduates of this
elected president and E, H,was Graves le school arc currently employed by cu'' rI Of ContributionTo 'Of Superior Motels I'inilnucd From Pico Out
Container Cuporalion:. of America pointing In l Ihe service academic
of Continental Can CO. was re.dec.
ted vice preaident. John W. Tester, Victor G. Dow llollvwood' Hirldii lihn/ Kllutchms last y..I'i
lets Augustus 0 Groce and Richard Eye Bank ( uvuier ol I 1111' Mm I Si'a. SHl\ )nu! it the rapid growth!
The Pulp and Paper Fnundallon. z winch tin wlnlr stale of Horlda I la
A. ('oumpleeThere : side, leintiiullna Ik ne'It,. wihcltrlid '
Inc was established In 19)4:; to pro. lo 1le I:, Iliuril 11, Dii '1'1,11'1 of ixpniii" "' mi.!. he pointed nut Ihat
schools r" rilmnn iiinliul II'MI'IIO I
are only four other m n '
vide supplementary pay to (Ihe laiully "- 1\I1'1l'ls, hue Ih1' n;' rude III have 170(10000( people
Superior nt I arsoetntlun's
'I Ill 1 I'Ina'" lulls ,
In the United Slates olfirlng a II i I II pi ni
and scholarships to the Ktudenli bv the veor mu' \l stub Mill lire it.'v .
Hill il iniin
aiinii \ '
course In Pulp and Paper Techno i u. i 1111' Uiuli I I niiiUillnii, fir HitIVn '
In the School or Pulp and I Mat.
nun I Wassail ( "'inly
held In Hollywood l'ho-Sea I
!I I in mourn of th '
logy These schools are located at tu in <
Tina Paper Technology Its at North Caro. Imvcrslty of Maine, New York I :NI;, "rill I-lurid i I 1yu': It,ink, nt tin r'loi'lil,illiilcliniH, Ilt1'5555 .'t d. tin in his opiniontlu
State original budget for II\\ (' ii ahem. with which Am. I
I nigh of Ihf \UK'ill previously! served, on p
Mate College of Forestry at Syra I'u.dq' nuilnm
the first year was' f 11.000 and has a 'rlt-a \Is "n'r' uteri. I Is i ri line Conllnnln .
I'IISI'ew: York Western Michigan \'MhI the Bourd fur foul years, d irniK
Brown since that time to the extent .111 ( "rsAltrtasaar astw hi, Hid hi I hound It very
thai they now have an annual College and Miami University atOxford Jw I:,r ri1nit''\ ,.it Inn IK I Ih,' piimnrvr which I line lie sense, in luimuii' dink' ill l I.. i Main sat' 'mensns on
OhioPack > 'in II| the Lions, ml a Current\ and hula the sift'uof Primlm( !
budget of approximately: $73(10(1( ( 111.,111'1' "I i lili com,' (before the
The Foundation In composed of 19 111",1 ,11 m until"'i'\\ \ III i',IKI| fir i no VPII, lle I Is n member' if M mtilmnts, the
mi!! u "u .II'\i :
,,' the I I'h ln 11 I 1-1111,11111" Masonic Imlui': Nn: 4" In I'e'indn
lur I i >
primary mcmbl'ulho are pulp 352 Genius slw'Ikit| "I'Ird I will tare. objic-)
dim Brut h. a 1'.1. l t'lisdmt, iftin
'II' Until\
and paper) munulaclurtrs 40 asso i 1 lion I \ '"' ,,,'I, "Ictilsli.:
u 'I 1 I i in
,,, ,,
November 19 ( Him (lih, nut n'uuy nolIur ',-
dale members, who rnrcscnt; Night, IIbnt i I" ,, 'lull'" 11 I wliiil I 1M bring ; linn l hue" il hi i hi ft in"I "i vary dUll.
of (the M,inii ll ruts limilull
firms supplying the pulp and paper (lib Scout Pack 352: Genius Night: III I tJIIS w1"k i 11I,1 I I I.lnll ,I.,ilinU Clllt l III eI.. Ir' nu IM' wl II tl (Hi ronein.
( suit hliNIII'k '" tar u mini
Industry and 4 contributing will be held In the creation Cenkr \'I'I.uII': .h ? Im, ,il iplinKliikt t HUB i n i.ni"p, ,,I''al II lie said
I In' of ulih (the ( mull fur
foundations owned by pulp and paper Game H 1.0111 on Thursday, 'win 11,1.11',1 a niiiJii of Intirisihui < r years < lint" ( (thisninlltrs wa;i, c ntli 1 I' true rn
the Illind
companies :November 1J. nt 7:90: pmTAPER i I.a die' \l1I'h'II' i\"e d I si ,1 i>i'* ,"' I,iliiuu l III I'. ,dinl! aid,
-- tin, 111'"nll'lI' biiniliiivs und ol tin ilchini rrsidiii In run inilln,IHi
cued i (shire Is
1\1.'lIhl''K si: t nut'i no
milMlli bin will( Dm i,Ihv, and
elulio uuiibit UK dm
woik (lo I
A "STRANGE" VISITOR to the City Marina: list wl.'ekend814 one nf the \tlu\rllll.| : .luliijj son, Climlis They ul-o( hue a I substitute In pulilk toe" lor( intrgrll #

(!tat.eerlub which "flew" more than 75,000lsltorM to the World' Fair from Manhtlfiin to thefalr'N casesUusl married duiMtir. Mis Km( Town I \', (that un\ <"' n'' u "mllllI ho
if tin I.lint win Jesse pi'i'null: hU'hllr to bi, presumed
marina The unique vessel, which rises out of the water on two skt-like aqua. Tim i ul this rilvIn srnd. ]I into HIII..lInl/. a 11110111lhlrh'

r foils when it reaches high speed, was enroute to ;All\ :inn nnd the irgln Islands! fur 11 i n'rent nrolmgro'lmg of I Ihl' I.Inns, I Snptrlir( M (tils,. Im i is II nit Ion Is in opiMsitl' hll (lo hv| i" insilniilmishillifs

demonstrations when it ran aground just North of here and ,Miffeiel: ronsiloralilvdimiire. lil F: \, Ouch "usIdutue i I nl tin wldi' asnoilitlin ol o\ irHi( ( mililn hIO "li "I l Ills ill',illness and

'. Crew members )Dennis Gallagher and lurr.riv ('0) 111.' are i shown is: they small Ualnin milt, up\ ki' in (On that nuit 1 the IIrlllll1./III1': ,, H high! Is unwoitliv ot the p ,itlon which
Mind.nils 11 t minus and opt in
"came up for air" from underneath the craft where they were mikini! npiirs. ,\t t I Limes on the lunetliiiiH ol his mill i function I In holdsIn
lion Mipirlors
r ; right lire ]Birbara 1') ron, chief hoMes at the lorida I Marine \\ilcome SlatUm, and Girds 1 tllll<' IlllVt Illlllloll eon Is lo Kiiirinlir (11'1I11'1' ixiiIUnt c"lIId".I"n.1.11.1": ( mated
j1.J1ifJJ Homer Wilkes, dockmaster.! file i :''''a HMiiiH/, I lull' dilimniintlihlnis lII'I'lIl1IlIIlIdIIII'I1K old I \101111I. liiinil III'it inn haoll' I I Ilw i i. 1t'"l1lkd upon\

__ ____._ __ _. ____ __ ________ __0"f'-_.. _. [ end tlu pioimsis tint nil" llu puuiiialx ul forth In the Ten
N illVolVt, I lie ins' \till, ) Ol till IK'IIIIIh ly husunullly- -- Citnni:inilmenlK and the Golden

s inn'' l'rlIhl'o, and I I tin \I ,i\s Inhitlt Ituli. mid That, IK hint "'mliMvori'J
;' \\ iicbls slay, lip imihiil Iv Revival To Begin
to filliw Hi' p'''hdis which embody -
w 1 Ids, At Community Iiu"si' |I'rl" i III''',.s

.' ; 1Y 1'i' r, ,: / ,. l ..II'J11'0' piiMiilul, In Hi. ], Judge! J I E VI ,'ailurl,'rd wens the

'"',\ ", ,' ,' (1",1, 1I1l'\\, lUll, piociatir'!I ill,.ill'in)in. Baptist, Yulce liiiiKl of 111', ,d I I Iiu, Ilin "Pottmistr ; -

"Il' : ul ,)I"'k.m, illiI W. II Ml'IllIlIII" llu' guest if
\ Iul'e number Pro (', 3, Shi.flu'Id if. OrmiuiI ( '
ire W. II'ill Kiv Club guest: wn
I.mi- our 1'11.111! ill I II"' muling Luke I Uupllut ('hnn'hI III hi the
Joe WcnllitrloiilTrxda .
tvunmllHi nt a iivival MiilinuSimdiiv
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Rau hcrt Praises ul( tlu toniniunllv Hi pi 1st
f :
Hunch, 3 mules !Soulli /ol \ulie inllnvvltw I At Hsnwto
.{expense To CC-UF Itniiil

k 3 sw Special sliK-inK: Willy will bo a '
Campaign;: feature of HIP revlvnl Ito Earl:

Sandifnrd Is pislor of the chinch! ,
'an i' pers.
Illlllt BlVill I I. K'HIM'III" 11, IXni (I Ordained last Sunil, iv as assist
alli of cliiinh Is J, CHester .
nut the
t V i pastor
wrclrtrv r I'I v ii' "' MS' lit a r1'I'hlllllll "ul( lliinkK
a of Fernandai) Huiih,
In (tin nrinlo) if Nassau i" niiilv situ p Y'Y
ob thin mniiinity: for tiivlim no gincrotsly I f

1k to this yeiiri drive. lie Public Is WarnedOn

...... ..._ i\\ nou Cud: the, rnun'y liy iuirn'as.
i i' "' .. tug lit ci! ,,nlrlh'),iliont hit hrlpidKie ImpersonationsOf
"' ......_ _.itto'--; ,. .............. '. tlv In en,ihliim I lie (goal! of $I5,. Welfare Workers I

rut) III bi nil, 'hid. Many people 't to but-Insuraixe'
THE "CHLRKY PICKER" of the Florida Public! Utilities Company presided a vantage I.olllrlbl..d. thin Yl'lIrI hll hud nit I Vhclfnrc! winkers' carry Idintillcation '( serviced by thou.

point for cameramen \\FGA.TV, Channel 12, Jacksonville, when they recently had the uppiiilunlty la In fine mill cards at all limos Any person sands of full.tlm

filmed a half hour program here on Fort Clinch. The historical! documentary', heir I help Will Imiiiiitaiit lo themucks who ripresinls llu welfare dipnitnunt "- men, Contict me

?.ww'irfM entitled "And Then There Were None," w ill be seen on Channel 12 Wednesday, No- of this drive. his mi up.lo,d,,ik1 ofll- )

umber 18 at 10:30: pm Itithiliirt cniphisl/iil' I the Im. tliil Idinlillculiiin aid lioin the
-- cxlimlid Slate nf Flaridd! I Di'part mint of
- pirtumi'' of I the ilfmt liv
1',1., | Public Welfare. Hie tend bean'
WIJI'II'I' win
fall lo ..cl on the illy's request t I the Billet Guild if. J,i<'ksonvilliItiliul rill h \'IIh1ll1l''r I I atOdlYI: JIt\\kin:
Asks Ireliil, fin.. tin (tiniiiiiinilv (eluM the Hlalc Mill, olflclul sigiuturcs! .
TAILORED City County thin it Is cxpulid Hint/ the H'Lt: I J, Nisbllt. ManiiMr olSiiutliiin N. ash St,
I und surd nunibir.
Inllnl I Fund 1111'I'\ I Ilin kid him I a
will silk lilluiliin and the cilvwill : Hill Telephone Lump inv' 261.3/63/
Mr, l.atiMluil plans 11 i'/nil uCLeh' I The willari1 1I\'lllIrlnll'nl Issue''I I
be foicid to defend of JieoMinvllle: and Don Allen ofMniphy .
'Continued from tiny lefusal : I
Pane Oust I Ircnlly
I hUIII'I111'1'111111! niouiil, tlu IhU mike I piriodiiullv I lo wainHgalnst ,1,
showlim a return on 37'ruhich to agree to tie liureuse; I I soul IOIIKI!! ', Inc of Jicksunville end ol he( yuir/ to receive a ran I :iniHcrupiiliius:; 1 ::::: swlndlirs' win:; STATE FARM 1 Sin:.Ae
by7.UIJO$400/ prompted the If The County (Cimmmslom} ik. ., the ol fourth ",lnllulillDtdllllllll'CI J:.
request a mine tnc pliti\ rrpint on the dilvc, present iceasloniilly lake ndvanlaKO( nl 1I 1 I ( tre'Wsl'"
rate Inenasc Is graded the mini. ferrid the mallir until TUI'day' IIImI DII I ha I. Ikemmlr4 I ; Ills ,MI...Am
Jndu wus nit available ut pass awards and make plans fir list i people I II by Impimoiiuling a willju ((t
I mum billI III go from $173 tu when they will meet In spulul sesI I lime I I worker,
$250 per month slon to resolve their part In the year
Should the County Commission I
Col Walter Preston, Jr. Nassau
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County Civil Defense rector and
I Tine combed Iridescent cotton authentically tailoredby 'I coordinator of disaster relief, presented a Mtut

Truval with soft roll button down collar, box pleat OYSTERSRoosted a report to the Commission!
I on \work lo dale In securing aid for
and hanger, loop Tapered body construction, \Vash the damage created by HuiricanoDora

&. wear, Available in a variety of rich Fall shades I' .

I Preston noted that work ins bet "

I 'gun on the slinc.. rl'velnll'lIt fir:
Surf Restaurant t I crnandina Bcaih but Ilial cmstruelion ,

PARTIN'SESTABLISHED at American. Uuuli her I II

Across! From Ocean Pier I I been duaycd:' pendiiH sicuilng ol :

1878 PRIVATE DINING) 1 ROOM easimunsHe .
: said that a projut In tho V
Phone 1-4241( amount of fill; ),010 has bun uppi'uvied I
:31):) Atlantic Avenue ETC. I
| for the Amelia Island MuijiiitiConlril I

Anlhoiity and (thai a .request .
-- for a 5l '/i aihunie In funds..

| is 1),1II'' Wosliinulon! "lir upiiovdlApproMd I II
I lir In: N; IHSUU tounl>'

Board ol Public ]Instiuitliii' In $111.151 w
and in this case SJ'S uclvuicc' loss ( -

TURKEY I luau bl'lli re'tiu'Hied. w rl
H FREE + ?
Tenlalive nip| oval, oicirdnH t tPrei.tin I. Y + T1i ..

i has 1 him gvcn for $1 li6 ::

d21 [fur the City, of HrniindmuHiaih
] i
in disaster rdlif IN mini, .

Unit iiilain phases ol the III'jlllta-|'

WITH PURCHASE OF THIS! hue me being revised andI )
I he resubmitted Inlay In iieiudunce ,
with data J in vlikh (tho II

lillvc approval was icndrrcdAelkn n'l

on a request fur relief In !

S- PiECE BEDROOlt1 GROUP the county Is being held In IIbrY'1

unec pending receipt of a
I map outlining( the 88 miles 01

cliamigc! elllches to be redug In ,i
Districts 4 und 3, Tentative approval -

In the amount of S22JIJO f
debris clearance, roads und driiln- I

sop has bun' rendend r

{ n Only In Tic seek tumnilHSii; addition:;:: I ; I Inn Uikul; Is I from Prtntii:th;::' 1

j 4 ,111 Oil lie of hiiK.rKi.iKy "PUmning I t. i i' '

I cert'in other nlicf of roud dim I rFS

age! In the county

$9995 In other business Hit\ Cominls'' ; : I
slim auihoil/id Clerk l Ir. I O, (One'

to odvuti.se fur bids nil a new boat 1
thus AlA lol' I
liuneiliig: ramp near h r[
I', r bridge ov("r Nassau Suund and f fl.f : '!

the piirihi.su of u pulurl/ir,Mallizcr ;>"
$5.00 Down nitieh nc fur read ton'. ue.1


Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Double Bed. U was termlned tii cst('iblmh f I

fixed pol.iv, to limit uw of counlywelfaie
2 Pillows funds fir loud and medi

tint '

I ,I : Fre Turkey with purc.osc! of any Living Room Public Invited "

Bedrocm: Dr; i Ing: Rccm Suite or 7-Piec3 Dinette 'C.lllinlll'd i : From I"nl blot i

will Le $lOO fir uduU: ; r>ui ala i\ HUNTING PERMITTED


Popular., Ic'evlHlon'! personally! J
I ) .
(tamer! (tat cf Chanml! 41111' hi IIW .I..

HOME OF INSTANT CREDIT :Mastir of Cinmiinlrs, ut ill three ,
shows I com,M* COIN unit or time, l'
IM ar rVa IMh. '
On Satnrrtay evening<< lh" Kernanrlinu i
i School J Danli I
: : I'I I I
!Hand. seder tion nf Jr na ,' .

Mather thon lull will be uprdfil R rsti ;, The sign you see displayed on 1 CCA Woodlands | illustrates our approach to Forest I 1- .
of Fernandina and will pi'i form before the show

and durum ink i mlhslimiS Management By practicing multiple use forestry we provide the South with additional

itnilite listing if nil cm' .
< e a | i I
1l'llant.lnd Ihelr sponsors. tn page recreation areas while insuring a continuous supply of forest products for Industry.

329 South 8th Street Phone 261.4383 ( of this Issue .. I
Judges Kill IM. Nolan Diiii'iiiin ol __


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( / .I'ont' "" ;NsWJ-Lfa'dei: :, Fei'iiAJidinu' Couch, FII'Th I d.l ', :Novomk-r' lE, 1f1 --- Five: Points Circle Stertz Circle Seraftr-GrcRi Jr. HighElementaryLUNCHROOM

Eddie Justice Feted Mrs. J, C Sennett Mrs. Arthur Bridgers Has November Meet I Has November Meet MENUS 1 Apr

At Patio Dance 'Hostess To First Honored By Circle At Gill Home At Davis HomeThe ByNorthern I NOV. 18.JO I ,

On 13th BirthdayEddie Baptist CircleThe Following MeetingThe The Kdn Sterti Circle of Five Eda Steno Circle of the Fin' Union" brown Monday gravy,Salisbury steamed: rice steak, broccoli w. I

Five Points Baptist Church met al l BapliBt Church met at the home :i iTO carrot sticks, rolls and ;

Just Ice recently celebrated Lorena Mae Chambless Cir Mamie Mills Circle of Me 'he home of Mrs Eloise Gill on of Mrs Wilton Davis on Monda; 1 (e"...spears halves, and ', pint
his, 13th birthday at a pantjien ; -lo of the First Baptist Church met I mortal Methodist Church met Nov Thursday, November 5, for the It 8.SO p.m. : ST. MICHAEL'S! %, peach I

by his parents, Mr, and Mrs Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. In the home smber 9 at the home of Mrs. H. S regular monthly meeting Mrs. O. R. Spainhour, chairman FERNAN'DINA BEACH, FLORID milk.

J. P Justice at their home or if Mrs. J. C, Bennett. I Luke, with Mrs F F. Mullls co. Mrs, Clco Brtddutk: circle chairman gave the devotional Including Ihr Tuesday: Oven fried rhlckl'n.1 W Qr

/mclla Rd.Dirlng Mrs. E. B. Bounds gave an In !hostess. presided *t the meeting, and I I calendar of prayer fallowed with! Nov. 8, I'M! I hut:: potDto I < salad, tomato wedges, I

the evening of danclnf iplrational devotion which shr"oncluded Mrs. W. W. Stewart, Jr., chairman Mrs Mary Harper led the callprayer tu prayer by Mra. John Klarer hear succotash, blpculti I ( and butler, apple
i to
I .So glad
Ho Ho crisp, and Mi pint milk. !
polio, guests enjoyed a with prayer with ;
pn.thi. I1? opened the meeting the report" of the secretary war folks In Ftrnandlna
from the good
largo chocolate birthday cake, em. "Worship Through IntercessaryPrayer" and welcomed the fourteen I Wednesday: Pizza pie, mixed I
I jrayer "Worship Through IntercessoryPrayer" I given. by Mn. L, S. Grant, and Beach, Florida Inviting me In be ', r
bossed "Happy Birthday Eddie" was the title or the pro members green salad, seasoned green beans '
Royal Program, was followed by the report of the their HONOR GUEST al St. Michael's -
,((:okrl, and cookies. gram presented by Mrs. Edaaitaunderson I French bread and butter, fruited 1 1I
The Snlrlliiil Life program, "Or was presented by Mrs. Kalhryn treasurer, Mn. Richard Jones annual Christmas Baraar.
Celebrating the oeea lon with the Mrs. E. P. Farhko Thanksgiving Day", was presented .] Williams, program chairman. I The Community Mission Projectfor I Jells (pears), and ""i pint milk. I BEST a '
I gladly accept the gracious Invitation Pattie, scalUpcd '
Sausage -
Mrs. L. C Sapp and Mrs Marie'Neilson Thursday:
luworge and his parents were, Shan Mrs. L, K. Nolan In the absence '
\ by Those present were Mrs. ClecBrsddock the month will be to prepare r delighted I
The Elves are ,
frozen turnips w
Ides (tomatoes
They revealed the
BarUr Paula Vranckcn, Beth Stew. of Mrs. W, H. Russell. Mrs AUTOMATICBUY
Mrs Mildred Hicks, basket lor I ihut-ln, and to contribute will he
that their wares
that the greatest that can In know ,, roots, cinnamon applesauce, corn- I II
art Linda While, Jane Phillpi R. B. Lock wood the Missionary I
guve Mrs.: Mary Harper, Mrs. Joyce and tooth to the
loap piste
he set Into motion Is the power 0'' on display: at your ever popularBaraar. : bread and butter, peanut butter I '
Thomas, Pat Pcndlelon,
Sherry Education entitled "West
Johns, Mrs. Margarine Johnson, Bapllst Children' Home,
Poole ChlldR, Mark Haddock, ClintRich prayer Pakistan Christian In cookie, and 3 pint milk, I
Community : Mrs Fiora Barber, Mrs. Lllllso I I
Mrs D. 8. Peterson, circle chilr. 'Announcement aB made of tin eleven long months at theVcrth boiled For
After salad! ,
'Mike Douglas, Hugh Stone ttuntadad." : Friday: Tunaflsli Any Guy
3.111, Mrs. Velma Thompson, Mrs : I II
Budget Fair to be held In the Soc. I
end.Urn cl) Hall, man welcomed the twelve members Pole, I'll be glad to see the potato In jacket, buttered English
Eloise Gill Mrs. WIU
It was announced the Woman'sSncicty Kathryn J
!lal Hall of the church on Novem I
present and presided over the warm sun of Florida! Glad stalled celery! w/plmenlo
: I Christian Service meeting Hams, and Mrs. Carolyn Reynold; peas
ber 13. The of the Fair U
business meeting. uf : I purpose to thaw out whiskers and meet : and butler chocolatepjddlng
:: my I cheese, rolls I
Try A Classified Ad be held In Parish I Hall The two guests were Mrs Lelilc to acquaint the member with the
Mrs. Bounds, the W.M U. Prayer the new crop of bines and sec wwhipped topping;: / and New 21 JEWEl
on November 23 at 10 a m. with I Nails and !Mrs. Shirley Hawkins division of the to the \ar. '
Chairman, announced the plans foi money haw: the others have grown. The '11 pint milk.
the Myrtle Burgess/ Circle hral1'8s1 Following a prayer of dinmlnnl! I /
lour department of the church self-winding
the sled
'he Week of Prayer for Foreign for the crlfee. The program. the hostess sened rpfrc Jllnenu.I and ll> obligations. a! Elves have sharpened up I .. j

Mission, She urged everyone to American Mother, Who Is I skis and have their PRECIOUS : earliest of alcoholism
"Young One of the < signs
remember the Lottie Moon OfferIng. Mn. Klarer gave I brief review CARGO stored on-bonrd my new VANTAGEI
LET She?" will be presented by Mrs. I Hostesses Fete of the book Frontiers of Advance' IIII'd.'hat\ with j Jet 1 harnesses and I Is the occurrence of I I

Mrs. J. D. Xlttrell gave emphasis 3ert Maxwell( Mrs. J. D. Kittrell Jr. which Is to be read by each member I'nprlrallon the Old Team "blackouts", periods of time when .Looks n and,performt like '

to the mission study boo! The next meeting of the circle( : before (he fifth Monday Rally! makes recrrd speed I the drinker has been conscious but I J.wtl eepenaveautometiel.".' quilitv. oiih,'

"Frontiers of Advance". !She urged will be held at the home of Mrs. ,I At Cherub Shower Mri. Davis and M rR. Jones cr- What glamorous, mysterious of which he has no recall. For Information ell the costly l.ituVt, I
book be. Thos J. Shave, Jr on December 7.I led coffee and cookies to the ten en the progressive V WilmrnfV
read the
ill members to .
IT conjure l11'j lsaid.d Nlla '
BAZAAR ; lit mrtrt
dreams up; '
fore November 80, After a short business session, I Mrs James D. Kittrell, Jr. was members present I ness alcoholism, contact the i Shoe.RHittinl, vAnli.MllntllO

I Mra. Jack Hamrlck. stewardship the meeting closed with the beneJlctlon I the Inspiration for a lovely Drop. The December meeting: is to beheld merchnnn' fruit vendors men., weavers nnldcns, ida Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program ,' V DullplMf V Ufltimi" MiintViti,

chairman, reminded the member* and the member adjourn. 1 In Cherub Shower recently at the In the home of ;Mrs. John goldsmiths curls\, musicians, magicians/ I II P. O, Box I 1147, Avon Park.
'>f the church stress "In Loving id 1 to the home of Mrs. Arthur home of Mrs. E. C, Cook on South Klarer. all! The ore so richlydisp'aved. : \onfy$24 85"Easy
I rt warps
RAIN Obedience, We Give", 3rldgers who was surprised with 7th St. Assisting Mrs. Cook with the aroma of goodies
The Community Mission report the presentation cf a life' member. the Mrs. Harry Hewitt.
rranl:1: I i Methodist WSCS pprmlatcs the air. the voices of Stork
was given by Mrs. L C. Sapp ship In the W.S,C.S. and a pin. The I table was overlaidwith enticing the gayety Terms

Mrs Fachko< reported on the Children's Mrs. Luke and Mrs. Mullis served a white lace cloth and bal Slates Program and of prdlars the festlvltes ever weave their
anced with I lovely arrangement Mr. and ]Mrs. Charles William
Home Project to the members .
refreshments I poell. Best of all the hanpv children Robison Jewelry Co.
\ I Men Peterson asked all mem- jpon arrival of white and yellow blossoms at Luncheon Tuesday"The frolicking about "For Christ Stanford, Jr. of Tallahassee an.

bore to mark their calendars for one end and a crystal punch bowlat I I nounce the birth at a son, Charles .
and \lets of \ 317 Atlantic Ave.
United Stales and the] mas, with Its lots candles
November, a month filled with activities. the other end. Individual cake William \Ill on November 3
Mrs Hickox Is New Nations Problems and Re.lponslblity' cakes, an toys, van made
embossed and
squares with pink : I at Tallahassee Memorial Phone 261.3635
book for kids, an' not
Is the approved they say prrocr
c- closed with blue booties were served with The little lad weighed 7
The meeting was Hostess To
Polly and film the for ..
study to beheld by I naughty boys
served punch, nuts and mints, to the Paternal -
prayer and the hostess re'reshments I ozs. II08pllal.1 I
during the social hour Blake CircleThe eighteen guests who< called during Methodist WSCS on Tuesday, Nov. So all the wee-folk want to :Mr, and Mrs. E. C, Cook
the appointed hours of aix.thirty 'ember 17, at 10 W a m. !Mrs. R. have their pictures made sitting) City Trade At Home
Circle of the A. Grumpier ..ttl ss chair. I I
Polly Blake and elpht-lhlrty.: sense on my lap. 110 Ho HI). my
Miss Townsend Feted Five Points Baptist Church, meta man. Mrs. R. T. Hord will\ bring l Iso Is plentiful and mv whiskerslike '
Mrs. Kittrell received nice I
At Linen Shower the home of Mrs Claudia Hie- gifts of remembrance. the devotional to be tickled 10 1'1be\ hapnv I

Given 'November 4 '.yens, circle( chairmen, presiding guests for the day. ones that "Say 'Yessum' to the '
Mrs. Hiekex had the call to pray.'r Little Debbie Music I I Participating In the program I ladies, and 'Yessar' to the Men!" IDU@; 1ffiI@

a Miss Braids) Townsend, December and Mrs. Martha flyers gave I.eparl Honored At Party I will \be] Mrs. R. A. Crumpler, I'll bring along my SECRET
honored with
1 bride elect, was on the adopted seminary Chairman, Mrs. J. E. Partin Mrs MEMORY EAR to record all the

a linen shower given on November 'amlly, and showed a photograph On 9th Birthday I R. E. Gray, Mrs. E, E. Jones, wishes whispered so excitingly.Am .

1 4 hj the Recreation 'Center if the family to the members. Mrs. G. T.' Butler, and Mrs. J. F. I looking forward to the BIG
Lounge Hostesses. were Mrs. Ro Little Miss Debbie Music
reminded and ''
and her daughter, Members were Michael. I DAY, Dec. S: the sights, the odors
bert Thornton, hinted her ninth Nova
VanBeek. irgcd to attend the Leadership on I Mrs W. T. Mlerzejcwikl will be the taste, the gathering together r Hand in hand
Mn, Thomas Wayne ember 6 at
a party given by
J (inference to be In Callahan\ on of covered dish I
In charge the the reunions and the sheer
Came In keeping with the occasion mother, Mra. James Music, at the Lur4. \
1a Beatrice Bla- ,
November 17. Mrs
1s luncheon to be served at noon, Joy of MERRY CHRISTMAS. \t with
1a were played and prize !lack gave the enlistment report I Recreation Center patio I after which the study will be continued Love .
won by Miss Cindy Townsend thawing I a gain of several new Appropriate party games were ,

Miss Gloria Nettles Miss Carulyr members. The next meeting I 1.1 to I I enjoyed by the guests end prizes Members and friends are cordially SANTA 1' your doctor

a Sutton, and Mist Jean Duggan. be held on December 17 at the I were awarded to Laura Berglund, Invited to attend North Pole I :

The refreshment table was cov nome of Mrs. Flora Barber I Teresa Alscpt, Janet Thornton and

end with a lovely while lace Shirley Hawkins. Gamma Sigma Upsilon
table cloth and centered with e Following the business session Mrs. Music served birthday cake, Hostesses Honor
i TOUR CLOTHES snc4 he Royal Service Program "Wor- mints, and Taps Miss TownsendAt
milk glass punch bowl. Candy punch and each guest ;
Prayer"was Miss
Through BaughmanAt
nut dishes were also of milk glass ship received a favor as a remembrance Southern .
CAN STILL \ with greenery and dogwood encircled presented by Mrs Wllllnmcna. of the occasion. Bridal Shower Georgia Yelping your doctor protect your health -
each to form a beautiful! Brazcll, program dismissed withprayer Enjoying the affair were, Marie Miss Marcla Townsend a sopho i Is our high responsibility, and we are dedicated .

setting. meeting was hostess served dollclous Carter, Laura Berglund, Becky Mlsi Susan Baughman, popular more elementary! education major, to fulfilling it faithfully and well
and the -
BE DRIED. The guest" placed their gifts to ,refreshments Blulock, Janet Thornton, Llodl" young bride elect of December 29, has been accepted as a pledge byI Trust to us fcr prescriptions accurately com

Miss Townsend on a table adorned Mrs Beth Byrd. Susan LaTallle, Jennie was the Inspiration for a lovely I Gamma Sigma Upsilon on the pounded from top'.t\uality\ drugs.
; with I Urge bride doll. Members Mrs.attending Hilda Monet, Mrs. Malone, Noree Dudley, Cathy Reid lingerie shower last Wednesday In Georgia Southern College campusat
Mrs. Thornton and Mrs. Van. Pat Lyons, Sabrina Smith, Mary Lynn Carter, Jacksonville Hostesses were Miss Slalesboro, Ga.
cake Mildred Hicks Mrs. Claudia Teresa Alsrpt, Maryam Mlllsaps, Lucille Stokes and Miss Shirley
Beck served punch squire
c'i topped with wedding bells, nut kox Miss Linda Hicks, Mrs. Beer Shirley Hawkins, Elltibrlh Clark Garland.A I Gamma Sigma Upsilon, a nation STEGER DRUG CO.
for ,
Wllllamcm al service sorority women
trice Blalock, Mrs.
and mints to the guests who were and her sister and. brother, Joyq motif of bridal white, accented .
Mrs. Fred Townsend and her Brazil, Mrs. Martha flyers, Mrs. and Kent Music. with green, was used through pledged twenty-four coeds The ATLANTIC : '
\\t Marie Middleton Mrs. Becky Tho sorority Is dedicated to services
mother and sister out the party roams A dainty
daughter, Cindy, Phone'
man, Mrs. Margaret Love, Mrs. rendered to the college, visitors on
used with miniature
of the honoree, Miss Joycr HIBISCUS CLUB while umbrella was
Arm. the and new Incoming;
1 Eugenia Moore, Mrs. Nancy campus
\) Taylor, Miss Diane Poole, Mis The Hibiscus! Garden Club will girt boxes as the arrange
S Mrs Florente student
Gloria Nettles, Miss Joanne John, jtrunK:, Mrs. Pat Bryson meet Mondny, November 16, at 8 ment for the girt table. I 1- -

con, Miss Peggy Lewis, Miss Carter, and Mrs Flora Bar. p.m. at the home of Mrs. L. B, Individual bride's cokes, pirty Miss Townsend a 12 graduate

Laura Lathrop, Miss Jean Dug ber. Shank. sandwiches, nuts and punch were of Fernandina Beach \High, Is the

gan Miss Barbara Rcnshsw, Mist All members are urged to at. served from a beautifully appoint daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E,

: wsM ; Linda Holland, Miss Gall McKen- Bethany Workers tend ed dining table, Townsend of 321 North lath Street.

aw ww dree, Miss Carolyn Sutton, Miss Meet At ChurchIn Mrs. H. L. Baughman, motherof LIGHTING FIXTURES

Peggy Thornton, Miss Julia Gel CARD OF THANKS the honoree, was among the EDNA WARD CLASS I

ger, and Miss Dee Peoples. November \Many thanks to friends and relatives guests which Included the staft The Edna S. Ward Bible Class

In Homerville, Ga., Jacksonville members of the Children's Hume will meet Tuesday evening November !

The Bethany Workers Sunday and Fernandina Beach Society of Florida. 17, at 8 pm. at the home
i Masters Kirkey I 4chonl Class of the First Baptist for the nice cards, flowers, ant1 of Mrs. H. B. Dickens Co-hostess e Completely Modern Selection

Wedding Announced Church held Us monthly meeting words of comfort I received during According to the Florida Alco- will be Mrs. Harold Proton.

l I .' i In the Social Hull wllh Mrs. Kath I my stay t In Baptist MemorialHospltil I hello Rehabilitation Program, alaI I All member are 13 bring articles .

I Mrs. Louvlnnla B Masters of 41f I eon HoKSatt Mrs Rubye Denham 1 In Jacksonville I tlstlcs Indicate that one out of to be sold at auction following; Installed To Your SatisfactionSTOP

Elm Street, became the bride o' and Mrs. Bessie Haddock as host May God bless each and everyone every 16 persons who use beverage the meeting.
Mr. Ben Kirkey of Ellington, Mis esses I of you.tsignedt alcohol will eventually become I

1 I sourl In a civil ceremony at tlv Mrs. Mildred Klttrell presided < ) Charlie Snusa. an alcoholic.

Court House In Folkston, Georgic war the meeting with the devolonul .

on November 7, and prayer given by Mrs Eat Sensible Snacks Personals = >

,l, The couple will make their norm fl. R, Price. Following reading of i ? .

II aMhe Elm Street address, Fee 'he minutes, reports .wl're.llven by :"' Mrs I:: V. Sheffield; ; has returned I

I nandlna Beech) various 'committees.Members I t> home after spending several II

Voted to change the days In Jacksonville with rchtlvcs. I

I Family Reunion Rt the Gil Bpcken' meeting night! lo Ihe 3rd Thursday .. .
Included Mr. am : ..t 1rh.. ; I
last weekend 4 the munch, and plans were dls. '"
i Mrs. I. Wesley Becker of Grand usscd for a Christmas party to be J 0"(!: Mr. and Mrs O. R. Snnlnhnur

I vlllc, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Johi 'ield December 19 at the Surf Restaurant and granddaughter Jeannlc. recently

p, Sanken of St. Petersburg Fla. returned from a three week
I and Lt. and Mrs. John P. Banker A social hour was enjoyed by : :- motor trip to California where they

'Jr. ana their daughters Chery the members present and refreshments visited ,'lIhIr.: Spilnhour's mother

and Lori of Jacksonville, Fla were served and father, and several bathers
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1- --- and sisters. Enroute they were the

I guests of !their son-in-law and
: daughter. Dr. and Mrs Herbert

and children, Wayne and
Ilan Theatrei ,''1"
( J Ann in Hammond, La., Mr. Spain-

: hour's brother in Texas and Mrs.

i 261-4849 C. E. Beach Mgr ;r; Spalnhour's niece In Arizona.

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Friends of Mr. W. H. Burbank,
I Friday & Saturday Sr will be happy to learn he re- IN TODAY

turned lo his home on Saturday
AN NOVEMBER 13 & 14 I .a' following several weeks confinement .
Eatlnc between meals is a ply of celery, carrot, other
i Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30: () & 7:30: wtll-ciUblished custom in the raw vegetables nuts, popeorn, ,, in t. Vincent's Hospital( in AND SEE OUR DISPLAY

ELECTRICCLOTHES United States, particularly cheese, arpi.., oranges, Jacksonville.
I children .nd U .. peaches,
among d other raw
"SING AND SWING"KENNY For som children, toe b*> fruits and milk. I Recent guests I'fIr.: and Mrs. I

twin meals is a necessity as Cream ehws with W. H. Burbank, Sr. were their son-
: HALL AND HIS JAZZMEN they simply cannot eat all of a little milk and* whipped served with in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. WHILE YOU ARE HERE

the calories they enact in these vegetable relishes is an I Ray Barbce and son Rav, Jr. of

DRYER Friday 9:00: Saturday 4:00: & 9:00 meals.A fact often overlooked Idea sensible snick. With it.Mm Jesup Georgia and their dnuiihtcr REGISTER
a flavored milk drink. '' Mn. Charles Junes of Texas!
food eaten between
.. STRAIGHT FROM I TELEVISION meal, is that this food should For bins one 1/3 generous serving, com City, Texas.
fruit and FOR
J I b* planned for and counted a* and 1 cup cold milk In a blenderor I I Mr. and Mrs II S. Luke spent
: I part of the total amount esten
"McHALE'S NAVY" mixing bowl. Beat until the past weekend In Savannah, Ga
during the day It ha been estimated
1 smooth and frothy) serve in a I : visited I their daughter, BE GIVEN
that 10 to U per cent chilled where (hey AWAY
glass. For and
ERNEST BORGNINE TIM CONWAY of a person's daily calories 1 In the fruit Mrs. B. R. Warr and family
syrup, canned crushed
I by "nibbles.. If these"nibbles" use While there they attended wedding .
fLORIDA TECHNICOLOR pineapple canned or frown DECEMBER 15
supply only calorie
I peaches reception given by Mr. and
or sweetened fresh or
and com too close to meals,
in honor of
frozen 'Mrs. Joseph DMar
they can crowd out nutritious strawberries raspberries
food served at mealtime This or cherries. Mr. nnd :Mrs. Anthony Plltman

PUBLIC SUNDAY ONLY I practice) may show not only on Snacks are an important : Mrs Pittman, a granddaughter of

I NOVEMBER: 15 I the waistline but also In an un.I part of our social customs. 1 the Lukes, was formerly Iris :Nora- L. B. Reese Plumbing &
desirable complexion or poor Rather than avoid them, use lee Warr. They also attended the I Heating
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S I teeth. good j judgment in selecting Coastal Empire Fair and Flower
UJl.ITIES Good snick food are ones what you eat for snack Prop by Chatham and lur.I .
I i Show given
that add ....ntl.lnutrlenll to : erly chosen snack food are an counties. "We Service Everything We Sell"
"MARNIE"SEAN the diet in addition to the calories asset to the diet when counted rounding

COMPANY they supply.To make lure as lao of the day* total food, I Mr. and Min George Bnnsrh- 1101 I South 8th Street Phone 2614892r'Il'9
your family eats sensible for both eslotlaand the week-end
CONNERY TIPPY HENDRON back of Miami were
Mwck,provide in temple' sup- nutrient. i
guests of :Miss Marie Cone


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,. The Entries! Win At eV i Education WeekProclaimed Investment In Plan Knights Dinner of Pythias"For ,

Garden Basket Northeast, Fair from the"Rec" By Education Pays Past Members

I Mayor JohnsonAmerican :' Hobeln Lodge 164\ Knight: of

BY JANE SCCFIELD I Fernandina Beach residents took Center Highest DividendAn |, Pythias met last Thursday In reg-

Mr share of honors at the resent Education Week I In : ulnr session at the ]Masonic( Trm.

The nurseries are full of young I, Hollyhocks, like pinnies, are blen. Northeast Florida Fair In Calla- scheduled lo 1)(' observed through Investment In education pays pie)

lasts of a variety of hardy spring slain but, like pansies, must be I has. I1Y out the slate and nouns during theweek 1 the highest\ t dividend of any Investmen Plans were made for a shrimp

blooming annuals. The very fact I treated In our climate II an an. I Taking top honors In the Wo. g SANDY DESANDRO of November 814. 1W4! I Iam In the world today supper to be hpldpcl'mhrr'S\ it
I hat they are on hand for sale at nual. The University of Florida men'i Division was Mrs. Cora moot pleased to note that the In fact, entering the first grade the Temple hnnorlnit all former

his season should seem to Indl. authorities advise planting the seed I Wlnani with eleven ribbons, 9 I Klorldn Education Association.. In I III like opening a swings ncrnmit:: members' and those Interested' .
ate that this li the season for I| scorn I September! to December for first place, 1 second place, and TlIl'R DAY. November' 13th. I Conference Room al 3 00 p.m. cooperation with the Florida ('on. the longer tin Investment, Is kept Joining the hiidv

lasting: them In North Florida, flowers that may bloom as early i one 3rd place) Her first place pn.I Playschool In the Game Room Ceramics 112.J4I) In the Art Kiess ol Parents and! Teachers, the going the higher: the dividend Dinner Kill be nerved at 7:30i :
et t there are always those whom I as March and on Into June. NowIn I' tries were a pajama ball hand. 30.11:30: a.m., Carolyn Vl/i-ar- Room at 3,HO p.m., Hank Sides, American, Legion the Stale \Dp.pnrtnicnl growl.i I i and oil those Interested In permanently .
to question the advisability mid Novemher, the banded made flowers Instructor if Education, and! the
hobby collection rondo, Adult Leader, Of all Investments ninlntnlnlng a Knight
planting many of them with the plants rather than seed would be Adult Ceramics in the Art Roomat National Education: Ai",ml nlon Is i a person can I
hat and here
bag set peacock on Hand Home/ Demonstration Meeting In make, education the highest! Order uie cordially Invited.
Id of winter ahead. Remember, advisable, Either way, fill plantIng I figurine doll, flower arrangement, I i I the Conference Room at 10 no a n1.. 7.13: p.m.lank\ Sides Instruc wllh Inviting others our to community make along rcluin On HIP basis pave of lifetime! I ______ _____
e are hardy flowers which act. Is the only way to have holly. while doll, (Igor and doll; 2nd Mrs Harrison. County Agent. I tor. 1 (Ills ohserv1 earnings, It can pay elf as high as ''Art Association
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11) thrive better during our \lln.I hocks In our climate Thl'reI ere i place, a novelty Santa bottle cover Adult Ceramics In the Art Room Tlll'RSDASGumlK'r 19lh.l behalf a highly significant one on 40 in I.Thu .
than they possibly can during [ some beautiful specimens In bloom ; ant: 3rd, an Infant let. Hank Instruc of our children their I To Show Narrated
at 3.30 p.m., Sides! Is how Dip Natlonnl Fduca-
early arriving hot weather of last spring at a home on South I Other local winners Included: I l Playschool In the Game Room, schools, and our country. :I linn Assoelsllon: demonsrules! the ,I II I Slides November 19'

r spring season. The true hardy 14th Street. Of course hollyhocks I Mr, Cliarlei Gallagher with 1st' tor.Senior Citizens Club In the Conference 9SO 11:30: a.m., Carolyn Vizarrondo I The fuel that enlightened rltl- value of Investing In education In
cs, such as stock larkspur cannot always be fitted Into a '' Adult Leader tens are successfully maintaining I II
etc I
3 entries Cross 7:3?
place on a or I Room at : p.m. Its data for American! EtlucnlloD The Fernandina Beach Art Asso :..
glory In the landscape the land. Adult Ceramic I In the Art Room our Amcrlcin democratic
Itually bracing day particularly goxern.
match ,
pineneedle Il'wlnll I I I! week, November 8-H Tills yrnr'aIheme ('Iallon111 hold Its monthly meet. J
I winter. There are others plant- scaping of modern type architecture basket, and bag Mrs Ronnie FRIDAY, November 13th.I at 3:30: p m., Hank Sides, I Inst. ,, mint) and simultaneously are keeping Is ,,
a ; "Education Pa>i Dividends log on Tbursdn '. November 19 at
I la fall In this locality which are I 1 1isslfled ai one thinks of them as old. Casklll, lad place for I Cub Park No. 171 In the Audl.i up vli'l new' kno leclie imd ." )
as nemi-hordy, but even I fashioned flowers associated with red a plaqueof I I Fun Club 5th & 6th Grades, I i torlum at 7:15: pm., Dave Bowers the demands of rapidly choosingtimes I I II 8 pm _
Mn, Frank Hamm
roam; In the Auditorium at 3:30: I The NEA says (lie hard facts The meeting will be held at t the.
h them It li better colonial homes p.m. Ad-'t Lender Is relecled in this
a gamble In cottage type or yrwr'atheme
lit place for tea towels quilt about the worth of education/ In. Art Center at 20 South 7th St, and
climate to fall plant than to1 i planted to advantage In very large Swedish towel and Sandy Cub Pack No. 352 In the Game "Education Pays DM.dencls ; (
embroidery tea elude the following all
members attend
Club Game ; are urged to ,) "
Sub Teen In the "
to rush their life span through gardens. They are an old flower 1 I Roam at 7:30: p.m., Nelson! Mayo | '
place mats jelly and canned Room at 7IS I Society has fewer Jrhs for tht'l Plans for future exhibits will bodiscussed. -
short spring season. These I In our country, having been brought fruit' and 2nd place for pot hold. : pm. Adult Leader I :Now", therefore I, E. J, Johnson uneducated. So, mew thin ever .

nls set In November have a from England by colonists In the I em, I SATURDAY, November Hlh. : Jr., Mayor of Fernandina before, education si a nils! between A feature of the eveningyll. be!
nce to become established be. early eighteenth century and plant. Vivian Harvey 4-H lit place I I ; St. Michael's Assn. Beech, Florida do hereby pro. the man and his Job. a seriei of colored slides cMilted-
we have severe cold, develop I ed In both Virginia and New England for ihoe buffer and decorated ash I IL I II Fernandina Beach Band Parents I claim the week of November 8- e Education Is needed to solve ,; "A Guided Tour of the Louvre,'"
root systems and are ready I They had been Introduced Assn. Talent Shaw In the Auditor Plans ActivitiesAt 14. 14. as American Education:
L tray; Myrtlce Howell, 3rd place l I todav's problems In every com- narrated hv Vincent I Price, and,
respond to the first signs of Into England In 1573 from China I' for ccrtmlc cat and 2nd place for I lam 10:00: am.. 2.00 p.m.. and November MeetThe Week, and do urge all rltlcn in 1 "A Guided Tour of Part- and
[ ng Fall planting Is conducive where they had been cultivated plaster plaque; Velma Howell 1st 7:30: p.m. i ''Join with our teachers and! school I mimltvTomorrow's prrhlenn will require Southern France," nnrmtcjj bY:
much longer blooming! season i for at least! a thousind years. Ai Teen Club In the Game Room ofllclnls In. appropriate AmeilcanEducnlli'n I I ; .
place Inr glazed ceramic cat and second meeting of St. Mich flexibility and Inlcllluenee, Charles Bovrr. .
them, more pleasure for our their appearance shows, they be. 2nd for ]Mrs at 7.15: p.m.Slil'iDA ael's Week ceremonies, ', :
place plaster plaque I School Home and School Association lv\o of the hnllmiirks of i hey. The young plants we seethe long to the large mallow family C. M. Lcvcll, 1st place for hand V, November 15th. Will held at St. Michael's Signed E. J. Johnson, Jr, pn.vs dividends, HIT'NEA be a source of Interest to:
( nurseries are for the most along with the hibiscus and the al. decorated ceramics and glazed \, Hall on Wednesday November 4. Mayor : : sago, In seven wars, Knell of many and the ,public Is cordially.
grown nearby for local dis- rhea In fact the scientific name {> dish 2nd for plaque, |I II Lutheran Church Service In the I Father Leonard Duncan opened the _' these Is usslmiod a day dining Invited

lion, and these growers and of the hollyhock Is Althca roses, I Billy Lovell, 1st for dry mater Conference Room at 11 :00 a.m. i iMONDAY. meeting with a prayer, American Education Week In order The current, exhibit of "Paint,.

erymen could not afford such which according to our present day lal plaque and ceramic plaque, November 10th. Mrs. Martha Long, president, announced Sudden DeathOf Hint It cnn be cxploied more Ings Old tmil I New" will continue
investment at an unsuitable 12nd for hand decorated cigarette I I unit! The Art Con.
hollyhocks Is confusing because I plans for a Rummage extensively. These are the seven Think'tilvlng .
n. IeOfofpl l they come In several' colors other holder and 3rd for glazed ash I Ceramics r9-1 It In the Art! Roomat Sale to be held on Friday and Saturday Jail Trusty dlxldends: tee 11'11bt' \ > open. on Weihictday i ,.
the I less hardy of this i tray; Mrs. Barbara Lyons, 2nd'l| 3:30: p.m? Hank Bides Insl. November 13 and 14 from e Better Human Relations. I Saturdiy: ind Sunday afternoons
p S may have leavened [ than pink or rose which the name I artificial: : : : flower arrangement, 3rd, I Adult and Teen Ceramica In the 9 to I at 310 Atlantic Avenue Mrs Found VoluntaryA Public schools teach students( t to between the hours of 3 and S p.m.:
by unduly cold weather but 'iroseal would Indicate The name"hollyhock" artificial fruit plaque, and 4th for Art Room at 7.1S: pm., (Hank/ Adele Flala gave a complete report gel along with their neighbors mod .
hey have firmly established I was given In Englandand floral plaque; Mrs. A. J. Moore Sides lust.TL'FSDAY!. on the Halloween Carnivaland (tol'ork together to solve mutual UIKIVK\ : \RBECl-> :- s
s they usually are able to put means "holy mallow". i commie chickens, 2nd, and cro Father Duncan thanked everyone coroner's Jury found Hint I II problems, November 21, Jr,-III fcbrlhm( ,:
I James I'd'nrdI'rl'pf; \ I
esh leaves near the bottom :i chctcd hat for tissues, 3rd. November 17th. for making it such a IU'crSI.I I I 23 vear-eld I e Improved Kornlng Power 3.00 until 800 pm. Donations
all we lose Is a little top Becky Moore 1st for artificial! Negro trusty: at the county II jail: Education makes the difference, be. $1 I.2S, adults) ; "fie children .
In the Game Room, Mrs Mary Ann Nlssen reported |
Assn. Playschool { came t to his death by viiliintirlly I
lit Sweet peas fall Into this I flower arrangement for decorated tweets those living In poverty and -:
9.30 11:30: a.m., Carolyn Vlzcar- that 18 mothers had completed a dunking of a fluid, believed to bet|
up, as do petunias. A year ncv- bread board and for compote, 3rd those luring In plenty. The mnjnr.
Sets Rummage Sale rondo Adult Leader. First Aid course given by Mr, I I I broke fluid containing methyl alcohol
passes that we don't mention 'Cor holders Pat Moore M .
i Illiterate
pot : Ity of the unemployed are
I Painting for Leisure In the Art Sandy DeSandro at the Recreation ,
advisability of covering young For November 13.14 for abstract Lor.
pictures skills.
place ; or have no
Room at 7:15 Center. She also said they would :
: p.m. \}('rl'rC1'8' discovered by jail MONEYPROBLEMS'
nts of these spring blooming Pickett 3rd for knitted I J
place of woikare
alne out
Also most teenagers
IIwpqter | No. 251 In the start First Aid whereby authorities
Girl Scout a
Troop program In critical
a slate and
'uals with a light layer of Span- St. Michael's' School 1 and Home : Bonnie Quattlebaum lot school dropout Fdneatlnn Is
: I Club Room at 7:15: p.m., Mrs. Phil. a mother would be on the was carried to Humphreys Memor.
moss If severe weather is pre1d Association Is sponsoring a rum. for candle holder; Mrs Carl Quat : I school the main means of combating poverty. .
to administer
Leader premises aid
lips Adult Inl Hospital where he .
nor warning that the moss mage sale Friday and Saturday, tlebaum, 2nd for Christmas candi1es. i later aile.I tile NEA savs.PnruMMl .
In the Game beginning I November 9 and contlnu-1
st be kept on only through that November 13 and 14. at 310 Atlantic -I Tri-Hi-Y Meeting : : : I I combed' Fall Illms'ni.
I Room at 7.30: p.m.Barbersbopperl ing until Christmas I vacation, Dec.1 Attending physician Dr. J. BBrllton .
cold snap and then must be Ave (next door to Char. Stella Sloan, 1st place for crochet Public schools hulp to bring mil
In the Confer. ember 18. I'
vcd.. For a second or more lene's). I Iceramic sent contents of \Deroef'sstomach
afghan I and lot for glazed I the potential of the Individual childIn ?
ence Room at 8.00 p m. She | to Jacksonville .
also asked the to a laboratory
lodl of severe temperatures the Hours of sale will be from 9 to I dish I 3rd for Infant boot- parents I the diversity of the_ classroom. 1
eon would be repeated.:, I S daily and the public Is cordially I lea; Betty Srcsovlch and for artificial WEDNESDAY, November 18th. please return the Medical Records I| where a tit-termination was''' and provide the opportunity to ful ,
none: the banded 'plants now Invited to participate, flower arrangement ; of their children by November 18, made that methyl alcohol was pic- fill the promise In mb child. Alto, 1
nd on the plant I tables are those Sresovlth, I lot t place for Luke I Cemetery Anon Meeting In the and asked for volunteer mothers to \ sent.The I education lends to personal (level'

| hollyhocks. These are a strain t The oldest porpoise born at Marlneland lamp hand painted article, hurricane I help wllh the Immunization program trusty who was serving a opment by teaching for the indent's
this gay stately! flower which of Florida Is named I lamp, 2nd for woven article, due to start at the school on November term for driving while under in. I II future occupation.tiiicd I CALL ON US :
m tile first year from aced "Spray" She Is 17 years old. and 3rd for flower arrangement. I Debby Thlrsk. 2nd place each 17. || fluenre of Intoxlcillmt hl'vrraucs'l ; CHIyesshlp. ,
I for painted glass dish and decorated supposedly, drank brake fluid that
-- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --- Mrs. Carolyn DoBrnsky Mrs Education helps provide the cltl
wooden box Andriece Cook Is stored In the Jail I ..' .
; Jackie Howard Mrs. Velma Olllls ten In a democracy with the abilIty .
1st each for lwo-pe. lined suit and Mrs. Martha Long volunteered I The Jury was composed of L L.Bolmnnon. .1 to govern himself. The right kind of
and for evening gown; Judy Brew I to help at the school during the foreman, Lewis' Klnser I National; Economic Growth. \

I er 1st place lor artificial flower Immunization program. Porter Barnard.:; nd\ I II Tlrldgcri, I Education la Important tor econo loan can mean thS.
A W. 1 Dopson, ", C. Jones.County .
arrangement I Mrs. VI Uffelman reported that mlc growth. Nations with literate : i
Kick off the fun with newCHEVRON There were a large number ol dues for the Home and School Judge J. E. Gene( ) Wca- populations hive higher per capita difference between

winning entries form Yulec Cal. Association will be $1.50 for the)I therford conducted (the Inquest. I Incomes than Illiterate nations. The paying a few bills
lahan find /Milliard and several I
school year 1964 and 1W5! She natural resources of a country do *
from Ulnsmore, Jacksonville, Bou.lougnc also said that the class to get Sgt. Bobby WilliamsIn not determine III economic status or making '
and Kingsland Ga. their dues In first wwlll be given -
Antitank Battalion Those countries which make the a clean .
) sweep.
$3.00 for a party. highest effective use of education
Nassau District Boy Father Duncan announced that At Camp PendletonCAMP attain a high economic status
after I tuition for Kindergarten .
January ,
e Belter Communities.
Scout Court of will be S1500 a month I I PENDLETON, CALIF. I The direct result of education Is I
Honor Held Nov. 9 and from the first through the I s r'HTNC) Marine Sergeant Dob. an Improved community, the NEA
61 h grades will be $1000 )pert I by L. William, Ion of Richard C, soys, The community prospers
Nassau District Boy Scouts of month. Father! Duncan also expressed Wllliumb of Fernnndlna Reach !first; he( results are high poverty A streamlined
.the LIVELIER gasolines! I America Court of Honor was opened his hope of having the .'Ia.? Is serving with First Antitank values better community services, G.A.C.
.. November Bin with an Impressive 7th and 8th grades by the next Battalion, First Marine Division at a lower crime rate, better leadership "Consolidation Loan'

ceremony by Troop 89 This school year. Camp Pendleton, Calif. and holding power for the educated /
will a candle ceremony highlightIng An announcement was made by I I The Battalion, Is lice primary an.It and forward-looking pea goes all the way.
the 'founding of our country and Father Duncan IIC having two I -lank force of tho First Marine pie
Smart playl! Tank with the modern
up the development of our flag I new water fountains Installed in I Division This unit employs the C International Relations.
motor fuels custom-made to power r Following the opening, annollnce. the school building new light fix- I Ontos, i fully-tracked vehicle Perhaps the best way to resolve LOANS UP TO SMO

0 your busy life today. Choose from 3 ment of the District Camporee on lures and new maps fur the class) I mounting six luflmm rvcolllcss rif the problems of the world peace -G.AC.FINANCE;

great new Chevron" gasolines. Each November 14th and 15th was made. rooms.! I Ice |I fully II through education. The ,,
The presentation of rank advance- Plans for opening a library alIke This battalion maintains a con. I basic tools for understanding otlirrlountrles
packed with livelier performance, long-running t menu were then made as follows: : school were discussed I slant training schedule, aiding the are obtained In school ,

economy. Besides, in Chevron and Chevron Su. Second Class Scout George Sllva Delicious) refreshments were I Marine Corps In fulfillment of Us I'I through learning geography, his. /

preme you get Methyl, the antiknock compound I Troop 213 and First Cliss Scout, served alter the meeting by Mrs. I rolo as the nation's "ForeclnKeadlness ,Jury, literature social studies, and
.Mike Silva Troop 213. The advnnemcnt Aclcle Fiala and Mrs. Agnes Harrison I ," languages. 101 Atlantic AVIRMhrnssdm
that helps develop all the built iato I/ M'
yor presentations were cllmux- A graduate of Florida A & luck, FltfUl! ;
car. Slop at Standard. Go lively with Chevron! with the presentation of the I Tho next meeting will be held) i I 1 University el Talhhussce, 111.lnl 2I1.IUI -

flank of Life Scout to Scout Larry on December 2 at St. Michael's I Sut. William entered the ..'la"1 Try A Classified Ad mi iivrvnanrKeT'three
M..wvylll'Y'IIPWBIB l6t BfOM/ i.wlW/ .H..f' I Lunnoo of Troop 191. Hall.1 I In September IHflfl.! I Ii I li
Y The ,pro tatrt. was' then' turnt'dl* . . . .. ._ __. '- -- .. .- -. -- d. =

over to the Council Representative, I
STANDARDOIL Jim Sayers who presented! a 1 1

movie on "Ihc World of Scout. .
inll". I .
Closing ceremonies were given
by Troop B9. Next Court of /Honor

., s January 12. looS.Hunters .

ty sw Urged i

N ,

( To Secure Licenses

,: sr" I Before .

Saturday i iTALLAIIVSSEE ..

I ; : : /Hunters are -- ..
being urged to avoid the last minute 1
II rush by obtaining hunting licenses ..
and permits well In advance .
I .
\ r II of the opening day of the .

resident game animal hunting .
season. Season opens November .

ti u m. '; 'c I,,14 In the First Second Fourth ..
r 1i ,?' and Fifth Conservation Districts, .
L :: and In the Third District November .

I 21. 111 1
According to A. D. Aldrlch director ..
Game and Fresh Water
i t.f' Fish Commission over 170,000 .
err a ff Florida hunters are expected to

acquire either resident or nonresident .
licenses from the 67 i

county judges this yeir.
Over 40.MJO of the hunters will

I also obtain the special hunt )per. :

I I mils which allow hunting In 33. Here I" kinds af tigers/ We Sell tWO. (Have you priced a tiger lately?)
wildlife management areal supervised /
by the Commission. Th! quick OOM,.. ....,.. PofItec, U M nt. top !Wt, F._.. JM or 2115 hp optlorul "ront.sc. GTO. sbw fwoclous Cornea with Qlfck WU -TrMk TlgMTS .
Hunting licenses are available 336 tip bucW ...,.. Hunt floor shifts, dual ..Nu" '. Solve duty sprtBos, rtdlm tire.. Tht whale n.te.ns.1hd aline t'a.,7' Pontiac Le Mans A QTH ',
from the offices of the county A punted sit Ch" cl.ld out a"HeelCu" found II d...tn"I corn with ting st Mill slnppid down Pia. loc wound SM.

jlld ea. Special hunt permits are SU rag NtW S4NNCVII.ll, STM CIt,. mANn MM, CAT"' ''''. U MANJ ITO AND TEM"JT Af Will AUTMOSlZIO, PONTIAC WAli. : /1

/narks "CHtVUON", "METHYl", and CHIVWN in'gn a obtained from county Judges/ or
at hunt headquarters.Duck :
stamps needed In addition HARPER PONTIAC BUICK Inc. :

j to hunting licenses for taking .

H. F. STONE, JR., Agent Fernandina Beach, Fla. from ducks any and U.geese S. ,Post are Office.jmrcluucjl 925 South 8th Street Pea 2614167nr. ;



Six NeWa! -Lender, Fernandina Teach, F1oritThurld"y! November 12, 1964
__ Syracuse Pulp and Paper FoundationHeld j i Holiday Fashions 1 Historical Winn-Dixie Stores
-- --- Society I

Fifth Annual Meet On Oct. 28.29 ''Conllnuc'U From Page One) I (Continued I From Pin One'l I Sales Increase

Sponsored By Mrs W N. Gulphln Is chairman
room und bused tcholarihlp fur a ol
I SYR\CLSE, N. Y The Filth the cookbook committee Wlnn-Dlxlo Stores, hie.. ope nil-
ele-scrvine student at Florida
Fernnndina Beach Hand Parents' AssociationMaster Annual Meeting I of the Syracuse I ViiKersllv.' and alto provide Sidle dental The Pageant, "Romance of Eight tag 634 siipermirkets In this area
I I .
Pulp und Paper .Foundation 88I Film FlaII scheduled for and throughout the South, recorded
WJXT-TV On Fort care through in denial clinic, : productionon
of Ceremonies .. .. .. . Ranger I
: I held ()l'I. 2.1 and 2'1.> nl the Stile lir. local children who otherwise I June 17, 18, and 19 Paul C a 691 percent sales Increase
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER: 14, 1961 : University Cullen of Forestry at I would not l receiveIhli care Last t i Burns has been named general during! the four week period ended
S'UCIIll! University with appnxlmolely i I Clinch Nov. 18 year over $220. was raised to pro. chairman Oct. 17.The .
Part 1 Grades 1.5 170 people attending Klghlytvo : 1 I vide 73 children with this denial Officers of the Historical Society volume was $OT,072,297 com.
high school guidance! counselirs On Channcl12! care. are as follows.:: President Mrs. pared with $64,606.0i7 during the
10:00: A.M. tOld! high: school students I Thesetwo deserving projects Jay Bjrtcls.; Vlce-Presldent. L. A. corresponding period last year, an
were pruenl for parts of the meeting Ferreira I increase of $4.4('>6.220.
((3 to bo chosen for the finals Saturday evening) A technical program, by faculty WFGA-TV'a aw-ird Inning due.umenlary cunniunlly need the llmmlal II they me iiipport to succeed of the Recording; Treasurer Secretary, I.Mrs.W Evert Hill; Sales for the 16 week period ended .

Contestants Sponsors members was featured Thurs series Compass 12",' A $1 1.00 donation per ticket to Hull Elvin, Corresponding Secretary, Oct. 17 were $271.093405 compared -
day morning. will present November Ill at 1030 with $256758,223, a rise of
1. Sarah Poole and Nancy White, Fdna. Bch. .............. .......... ... Hardee Bras P.M. "And : day Fa-ihlons Is alery pleasant Mrs Otto Phansteil; Chairman of $14.335.132 or 5.58 percent
New clllcers elected al the business Then There Were the Board, William Webb, Board
2. Gail Zortea, Hilliard .... ..........,......... .............. North Florida Timber Corp. I session are: Paul C Uulduln, None" I fund wny to help fill the philanthropic Member, Jay Bartels, Evert El-

Milliard, Fla. I Philadelphia Scott Paper Co., The half hour color program will OUT vln. J. T. Ferreira W. N Galphin, "ve Program., Debt Retirement,
thirty lovely In-i
3. Debra Blanchard, Claire Blanchard and .. I president" '; Walter B Morehouse tell 1 the story rf n 10 dry period !, Thos G. Hall, I. W Hardee, Jr. Woman's Missionary Union etc
Marls. Strum, Fdnn. lI<:h. MooreV (Jrtxerv{ I Ncwaik, N. J I I.? Napes Chemical which happi-nod at Fort (linen I eluding sccno stealing children and Mrs Nancy Selbert. I will each hive a booth A ticket
4. Walter Richard Tillman III, Milliard Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I Co., vice president: J ImC'1 ('. Mnrrls. I during the War Bdween the Slates will wear' fashions for this event Committee chairmen are: Mom- to "get In" is being mailed to each
Robinson, Hilliard I Chicago 111., Packaging Corp The vital sea lanes lo he( Confedracy 1 from Linn's: Dress Shop Char. |l bershlp, Mrs Nancy Scibert; Pro. church family. This ticket will bea

5. Leslie Hogan, Fdna. American Legion Pout No. Gl i I I Ior Ameilca W O'Ncll vice Syracuse president,; chairman Frederic I'forces- are pursue Ihreilened a plan/ of as str'-ng'ln federal line's and A. S. Allan. Halt will : gram Mrs. J, J. G. Cooper; His.torlcnl "play" dollar bill divided and
Lions Club be farnlkhcd by Roux and P rtln. Marker W. N. Galohin; perforated percentage wise as
6. Jan Miller, Fdna. Bch. . ... of the Pulp and Paper Technology the supply lines to the Smlli I Historical Literature
Otto Phan to
the allocates
7. Martha Helen McPherson, Yulee .... .. .... .. Yulee Super Market I Department, executive secretary The research filming and pro. I In addition to the fashion show Nell, Historical: Pageant, Paul C: I various budget needs.It money
Cecil Pk-kttt, Jr., Manager ; and George H Halncs, Syracuse I ductlon of the historical dicumen- I every ticket holder will have the Burns; Historical Research, Ed I Is hoped that a good percent

8. Mary\ Drue Bean, Caroline Dickens .... .. .... .. .. . .. business director for the tary exceeded 160 hours to com opportunity to win one of several Mahoney; Historical Souvenirs, age of members will attend so that
and Diane hums, Fdna. Bch. ... ... .. ...... ..... Kiwanis Club College of Forestry, treasurer oletion. This Is considered alone :i tine door prizes.Remrmber Evert Elvln; and Publicity, Mrs. I they may become better Informed
9. Uremia Hunter, Milliard. .. .. I'.uck's Gulf Service Station, Hilliard Five members were elected to of the most ambitious programs'i the date, November j i iI I. W Hardee, Jr."Budget as to the use of tithes and offer.Ings .
10. Gary Bean and Brant Long) Fdna. .... Rotary Club the 15-man Board of Directors by a local television station I 21th the lime. 8.00 p.m., the place I given through the Sunday
Paul C. Baldwin The entire Clinch
These arc: ; story nf Fort
11. Denise Heafner, Fdna. ... Mather\ of Fernandina James C. Meirrls: A. G. Blake, I was filmed on \location it I Fernan the Recreation Center Auditorium, Fair"Continued I School This and Fair Church follows Demonstration J

12. David) Burghardt, Fdna. Bch. ............... ... .... Terminal Paper Bag Co. Inc. Mcnlo Park N. V.. Minerals and dina Beach Floilrtii. There are no Fa and hlons.I gel your ticket for Holiday Day Nov 8th and leads up to the f
13. Crystal Glass, Callahan. .. .... ...... .. .. Martinez Hotel, Callahan Chemicals Philipp Corp; George actors or stage sets used, The dramatic I ( I' Climax of a program of Steward
Alice Glass, Callahan .... Brandies Home & Farm, Callahan F. Me Crea Ihilllcolhe, 0.. Mead historical event cmpleiys the I Page One) ship emphasis on Sunday Nov
Debra Glass! Callahan .. Polly Davidson's Beauty Salon, Callahan Corp.. and Carl T. Welle, Wayne, I natural setting cf the It rl and the i The Snrgassum fish, exhibited I II The Budget!! Fair will tike the 15thI hl'n the Church will observe
11. Lorraine Meekt, Fdna. Bch. ... .. Chem-Ctll Club Pa., Weyerhaeuser Co. unique versatility of camera techniques by Miirlnclancl of Florida, will place of a Banquet held In pre\'lnull i I Dedication Day
15. Barbara Sutton, Yulee] .. ._. .. .. Stevens Motel, Yulee One of the high points of the I and wcKil affects Only I swallow Its own weight In other years to present the recently adopted 'I
program wes an address by H. F. narration and music have been ad. Huh In a single! day, But the Great Church Budget for 1954-1%? I The common eels displayed at
Milliard .. Good Gas Co.
16. Richard Seldomridge, Housekeeping Dunning Philadelphia, presidentof Jed to the, epic I| Swallower, a deep water specimen totaling 7873000. The Fair will Marlneland of Florida are born In
the Scott Piipor Co. Dunning "And Then lucre Were None". will swallow 'a fish several consist of booths, for the various salt water near the Sargasso Sea,
Part I II I Grades 6.8 and School
High stressed what he believed to be was written and narrated by Ed times Its own wl'llhllnd! cirry It needs included In the budget( The then migrate1 and live to maturity
2:00: P.M. strong points In the pulp and pa. Me'Cullers, filmed and directed by I In an extended! stomach until dl. Sunday School, Training Union In fresh water, then return to the
per Industry as well as Its achieve. John Addis. i gcxlc'd. Wcrld Missions through Coopera- Sargasso Sea to spawn and die
((8 to be chosen for the finals Saturday evening\ ) menu I -.. -' -

1. Judi Alduy Connie Entzmingcr, ... Let's I t.llk about Home of the
Shan Barta and Rhonda Henry Fdnii. BI h. Chuck's TV plumes that we havo achieved In I
Uremia }(eaters Fdna. American Legion Post No. 54 our Industry 'Dunning continued
2. ,
the excellent we
progress Just
3. Cathy Crisp and Jamie White, Fdna. Bch. .. Herb White's have made In the management of I Arrived Exciting New
Outboard Sales our basic resource timber sad i

4. Orie Jean Willis, Callahan ?._....... ....... Rainbow Restaurant, Callahan the land on which It grows we have I
5. Jim Peacock and Tom herd, Fdna. Bch. ........ Standard Oil Co. made paper a bargain the
ll. F, 8tone,Jr., Agent statcsmrn-hkc approach that the I

6. Marcia Miller, F'dna. Bch ?.??. ...._..... Rotary Club pulp and paper Industry has taken

7. Julie Lee Fdna. Bch. __................._.... .. .... Terminal Paper Bag Co. to mending the very problem distressing of stream and pollution de..

8. Rebecca Rae Byrd, Fdna. Bch. ..._ ............... .....?..?. ................... Lions Club the tremendously acccl- I TOYS At
9. Frank Hunter, Milliard ,.?.????......._......... ... ..... International Association crated research effort now part
of Machinists and parcel cf our Industry the'

.. 10. Gail Fouraker Callahan ..._.._............................. .. .. Callahan Grocery lately developed willingness on the
: 11. Cindy Justice, Fdna. Bch ...._..._..._.... International Brotherhood of parlor this Industry to export both
:: Electrical Workers, Local 1021 Its money and its know-how to I

=: 12. Sally Johnson, Fdna. Bch. ...._................_..._............1. Florida National Bank foreign countries"For the ;
the first time Syracuse
.. 13. Jan Dickens Fdna. Bch. _. ....?......... .. .......__.... .._....._._._ Kiwanis Club Pulp and Paper Foundation sponsored I "".tl"O .w
14. Becky Moore, Fdna. Bch. _........_.... .._. ._.._.,..? _.__..... Chem-Cell Club a panel discussion between
seniors and graduate Students and
:: I
Part III High School representatives I from I Industry. The
subject was "What Industry and
2:00: P.M. Career Employees Expect from '

((8 to be chosen for the finals Saturday evening) Each Other," and It provided some
valuable Information for the guidance .
1. Glenda Edwards and Peggy Thornton, Fdna. Bch. . Lions Club counselors and high school) TAIK N-WALKIE jI'J

2. Jackie Drlggers, Callahan ..??..,..,._. ,.. .... Florida National Bank students In the audience Y Y +YY NNNN 1 IN,.

3. Deanne Joyce Copley, Callahan ......... Pinebreeze Farms, Inc., Callahan B.paling Moiehousc on the ,pene-l Nopco were: partiCI.1 I

t 4. Alice Fa>'. Derry, Cheri Edenfield, Jean Co? Newark, N. J.; $494
4 Entzminger. Nettie Peters, Nola Lewellen, knit Beckett Paper Co?
Kathy Hardee, Linda Allan, and Judy International Association! 0.; Edward ('rum, Hercules Powder .
Pipkin, Fdna. Bch. of Machinists Co.? Wilmington Del; J. HHeucr 'ir( "4) When control Is pressed a ?*._

5. Bunny Pulettl, Fdna. Bch. ??._?.__.??... Florida National Bank Great Northern Paper ('D., I .: shouts battery-operated 11 different record army player commands .,'r ..

6. Martha Land, Callahan ........,..?? .. ... ?.... Rotary Club Bangor!! Me; Kent W. Smith Im -"Return to headquar
7. Wanda Shealey, Chuck Jones, Dickie International Brcthood of proved Machinery, Inc., Nashua 11..301 I. ters". .."Shall we send the j
F. A. Sede-rherg, lljyek ," etc.IIZM1. ,.
Fox and Greg Haddock, Fdna. Bch. Electrical Workers, Local 1924 N H.; l'"rkl'nl' 1nimulutod crystal sauce-rs, cups and sherbets ffi flamethrower "
Corporation Hen selacr N. Y.j; U I .Nmuluted silver teapot, tableware
8. Katherine Lucille Jones, Fdna. Bch. ..... Kiwanis Club Moss Wilcox, American Can To, Service' fur font creamer, sugar and \ + ,,,,,
9. Diane O'Quinn, Callahan ..?_?. Stratton's Insurance Agency, Callahan N. Y City and K. E. Youngchlld!! ....... '
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10.: The Mustangs', Callahan Ncrth Florida Telephone Co. American Cyanamid Co. N. Y

11. Diane Bean Fdna. Bch. .. .... .. American Legion Post No. 54 City
12. Mark and Mason Bean, Fdna. Bth. Partin'a Shoe Co. Dr William P Tullcy, Chancellor
I of Syracuse! University! addres- I
: I Illod a lune'lie-on meeting mid spoke .
mainly to the students about education I M. '
In general and In the field n un
of pulp and paper. He stressed the $695
nerd for ndvuneed de-grces If the o
voung (people( of l II<'day ire lo work" _r.
In the Ice'hm IrHlcal! world nf tomorrow .
$395 ". Natural varnish finish.All .
e as And Chancellor Tolley -screw construction.
iKhlscd' stuli-nls to Ret a bread Includes paundingy
sM base ol all sclent'rs and to not : action i bled: chalk and
muVcl! .the arts and Imnvmitle. Trnve-li along overhead raWc. When it dimes to the / 'h white crayon writing .
| Introduced at Ill's'' Filth An+ua' end of the line", reverses. itself and so will run con. surfaces pegs mallet
Ml'ellnn was Italph G, Ungcr, reeently tmuouxly. Handsome aluminum metalizcd finish. I 11.001 erase, chalk andInvludra
appointed\ idminlKtrativcse.relniy culile-. ,I r a __,d crayons
( cf the Foundation Hu Is I '1".I": : :btt -- '- '
a rl'lll'I'nll'mbl'r\ of the faculty of (I
till' College of Foresliy, serving

his rxtonsli lust 17 department.The ears as chairman. of the I }j.lt: iWE IF ir, PI

Syracuse Pulp & Paper I
Foundullon was started In 1960 as
a non-profit organization to Interest .
students In the field of pulp
and paper( technolrgy and allied Industries ; J
I ( and to provide financial ;
scholarships and grants to students a
r Wlu'lr with Ix-nutifiiT' .,
In this field Ilcidquartercd) tt the !. I I trim and 1 Ixielv elirnralionNnnrt .
n?'=v .IIIIII College/ of Foieslry, the Founda,11011 I chrome! bundle and I
has both corieirae| ( and Individual Tr.uli-r has removable roof and parti ehrome undergeur with I\
members I $922 tll>nf'llrollm.\\ith91.i..l.'rrllrnilul'\'. spring action. Handle :
Moth traetur nail<1 trailer are steel fin- height, 21 r. inches. I
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Sh.nks !living! at Mai'im'Kind ol ()\eralll"lIlIlh. 3U inehc. 'j II o J90 \
Florida have a nivir-c-mlmit supI ""- "' ---7 ':"'"' l '- ...... j
I ply ol teeth As the !front row of _=- ; __ __ ..: .
I I tcelh arc broken or wear out I
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-Leader, Ferrnndinn Reach rioilda! Thupdij", November 12 1984!) Paw Seven :

To Orange Park Friday;: Sports '

'Shave And Smith Meet In Finals

Suffer Defeat By Bradford CountyBY 'I

SlantsBY Of Golf Championship Tournament

, CURT CORDON tlonal teats have been set up for, the ball on the Fernandlna 47 yare d
The Frrnandlna Beach Pirates the convenience of the Fcrnindlna line. Beryl rammed lor 2, Nublu 1 I
f .itan team was handed a Jl-C Beach fans, I I added 7, then Fernandlna drew I I The I'Ul'rent Ffrnnmllin l'al'hculr Tournament entered the final round shaw lit the 8l'ml.llnal round and
loot ball loss at Starke last Friday In the came at Starke, Mike 19.vird holding penalty\ Bet'; CURT COROON Association t'liamplon hl|> thin week and I I. C Shave will Panlil defeated Kin Forchnnd,
/night when the Bradford High Plkula, Barry Rice, Joe Stares Rice lost 5 after taking a pltchou\ mitt \Djvld 1'111111! Inc the title (InMu Ann llaiilie andluh\ I Ingram ,
Toinid cs dealt the Plralea their and Alan Cover were the Ipad'nl I from Alvarez. Alvarez failed ti r ... .. eh,.nijilunshlp Illxlit will mill for top honors In tho
!wcond football loss of the seasortprnandlna defensively! being closely followed I hit his large! on a pass and Mil I The Feriuiiidlnt Bench rlrales noisy plice We believe it\ was the Golf Associations Slave von over Anilv Anderson third fl.shlHartlie I
( 's record now stinds by Beryl Rice, Jack Icr punted t lo Crawford on the ; lock their first real football drlcnl first situation ever l'nl1unterl.'d bv In the semi.finals ami Smith tit-( (galnid! the finals with a ,
(fl'el'tnl.. two losses and one tie Buck! Bibb, Sieve BarnlSk'j" Starke 28 and he ret'irned the bal of Die season last Friday n'ghll Iwhen. I four learn and when they come upI rutted Jtsse Tlmr, winri< l'hul'lI' Tumllintm to r
Kiln Orange Park next on the Beard,, Duane to the Fernandas' 30 where Jim j Bradford County High hand !I here next year maybe we tan Im. Name Nova 22 In the first IllithtS'. 11. Moll' "n fan \li.r.nn' (:
slate followed by Live Oak hereon Young and Benny Alvarez Young Barry Alee and Alan. Cover I \ed them I lit) loss Naturally\ It port t lOG piece Band from si me. I ploys trul ()stl'I'1I fur tin lip" spit (rank Lnmbrlithl/ Is HIP winner I
November 20 which\ will ring Fernandlna received the openIng -, stopped him. wee the second loss ot HIP season where pal, sit tin the bench with. I For Turkey Tourney I In the 8l'mllilllIl. ol thai! tllxlitMt / In the Inuilli (flight/ by ilifenthij I
down the curtain on the football kickoff with Pee Wee Nobles Bradfird worked the ball!! downto I but the loss to Santa Fe was Ju\ season. the Fernandlna 4 yard line but one.point, 13.14, while this was turfs all courtesy shown us the. ,
the ball from hit 22
returning to .
Jr. mill Ostoetl Ufmlul 1 Fd JuiSicnml <" \Mmur of the tilth !flight Is Bib"
The Pirates put lop a good battle the Pirate 33, Benny Alvaret the Pirate defense stiffened and a three touchdown dlfeat Aclnnlh, where. The Fernnnrilna Bench Golf Astnrlallon .
)'I I flight.: filinllsls arc Allwu't'S'hot' riiinncv with a final roundlctory l
oRalnnt!: tough odds at the Tor. gained 3, Beryl Rice added 2, held at that point and the Pirates the Pit ales tbuld have escaped'with A it and the Frrnnndina/ '/ hWenien9 Ah'lIl'l'I11111 Hi belt 111'1'i lunnlo Itutiingssurtli
dadoes captillzed oh a couple of then made a firsldown/ on the Fer. took possession on their own 4. : a T.0 score is two ot the threeibuthdowns I j' Speaking of tackles Mill P'k.' I Gulf Assoelnllnn hive '
breaks to score two of their three nandlna 44. Richard Schomas fail Alvarez puttied 'one; Scliomas add by Bradford were more His made a total of 14 In the! Slarke Joined forces to promote aVTmkPV IrhAlvarez ( mill+ i'in'nils are sihidiled, to heciinpklul
touchdown and Fernandina threatened ed to gain Alvarez tmVetball pass ed S and Miller punted out of of a B;:ft. but those count as much'' Rime, with Joe Stuies and Unity Tournament on Nov, 22, won mer Arthur 1t"1I." hv Sund )' nWitLOANS. .

on a couple of' occasions, Intended for Mike Pikula fl'1In.\ .I bounds on the Pints 45, but two as the tamed cues! Bradford hud/ Rlee racking up 9 apiece, Beryl Compitltlon will be of the mlxid
but could not get across the goal complete, then another pass "'all plays later Slarke fumbled and a Rood team but we are mint: tn I Rice had S and Alan Cover time two-ball \arlrly with no Inubnml
Une not good; before Billy Miller punted Jim Young recovered fob Fer nan. say \\'e! don't think they are three through wltH 5. Jack Marnlak and andl'lfl' teams permitted, and
Friday night the Pirates will to the Starke 17 yard line dlna on the Pirate tt. Schomas touchdowns better thnn we are. Steve' He'\u> had 4. Duck B bb s'l' crrtifieniM for IUl'kl'Ys11I IIPan

travel lo Orange Park. to play the Three playa by Starke made I It I Ia gained 9 yards In three! carriesand TrI Diiane Rowland 2, Jim Young '/aided, each member of the win ;
F Raider In the final road lime or first down on their own 90 then'I Alvarez made It I first downon I Friday night the Fernandlna PI. Benny Alvarez came through with sing tram .
I the season for the Pirates. Cbich Larry Crawford look oft for 70 I the Starke 48, On a bit of ''rate.1'111 travel 1 to Orange Park one each nay Tl'nml111 -be allowed ene.hnlf i
Wayne Benner will be seeking his yards and a touchdown Donild trickery Alvirrt handed off tn I for a name with the Raiders which sixth victory of the season at the Falcon kicked the extra point ..ndFl'rnandlnl' Nobles and Nobles passed back I I will be. Conference lime and Most people In lime !Slnte! of Alabama I blayhs Entry fee Is $200 per
Expense of, two popular former trailed, 7.0, with alx across field Intended for Atvarer Coach Wayne Bennrr will be anxious think Bcir Br>'ant, University team TO BUY OR BUILD I
F, who but I It was Incomplete! Alvaror to gel\ on a winning streak of Alabama Iliad Flirttbull '
rnaudia Star athletes are minutes and fifty nine seconds i imalntng Anvnne Interested In plavlnx and I
: i re.1 lost S, N b'el failed to gain and I This will draw a ticrmnrioUii could do the Impossible
now Teaching at Cringe Park In the first quarter, I IAlvarei ( I game Crack not already paired Up Is urged ti: I'
Larry Miller p,inted to the Starke 19. crowd since two former Fcrnim-, According to a story In a paper '
Wesley Is the Held FootbhlJ took the ensuing Starke I I put their name rm I the bulletin
Fernan :
Coach and Harvey "Tiny Lofton kickoff on the Pirate 20 and re. honed at the golf course to Hint Whether
ts his assistant When. the two turned fl yards 'to 'the 29 Schomit j jRained and Starke punted' to. Noble onthe I lag at Orange Park, Larry Wesley, I,It Il't'mllast>\, Saturday before LSI' pollings maybe ihfldo | You're Look- ,'
< Fefinnrilna 20 and he return head ectch,,and Tiny Lolton, back' ahd Alabama were to ploy !before .
there Is I
schools{ play usually 1 then Nbblcs fired a pass F'tJllo'lhlAthe' ISIiilr ::1
Uniting room only and according I down ilcld- and Br.dlord11 gull-. cd to the Pirate 32. %Nobles' failedto field oofch who Joined Larry at MOM fans- Itl'a raining pretty tourney i 36.hole pullltia tmnnryiwill Ing AtHomes Blueprints, or
gain en the first play Beryl! Orange! Park his( year heal Fer-t hard as LSU pla'l'ral'ent through I I
ty> word from Orange Park addl- ty of puss Interference' which put be held with winners also 1
-. ----_.- added 3, Alvarez made 6 and .1./11./ nandlna tans will witness the game their pre-gnme armup re-j J For Sale Our 'y ',
ler punted to the Starke 28 Where' with mixed etnotlnns because (if Untied, t t. rnln as the Alabama celvlna tuikeysPbv i' -., to .
Also Cover downed the ball the two popular men at Orange' players emerged from In the ptillltiu 10llrnl'Y111I Can IIfII s .. :i'Y.
Starke went Into a passing I I Park and because one just can't HO Ing room for their warmup But. also be mixed with alll'rn.ll.llIIls Financing Help }'I -i ....
No Down game and after I completing one of against his home town tram Any. ai Bryant stippid out from the I as In a Scotch foursome. .
Money three, Alvsret Intercepted another way, Lofton Informed Us Sunday dressing room the rain stopped Tommy dmlimno nun Brtwn : You Take Prompt .y.- :
: on the Slarke 40 and ran to the I that additional scats were !being the clouds paitid and the sinO : Urges thai all numbers of bolo | "" .
Starke 22.\ made available for the untlchntpd; I came out and staved for the re. Aasuilaiiiinii join In the compitlIII Sound Action. ,. .. .- tLet's ); ,...:. :
$53'SQ'p t month On the very first play Nnb'es' crowd to visit Orange Park ,from ninimli-r cif ;the elnv Bryant; said I ;
pass was Intercepted by Starke Fcrnnndlna and we hope! every fan I he didn t want lo take credit how. I Following play refreshments will J i
on the Starke 19 \'ardlne/ and will try to make the tJ'll]) lust 14shHW I ever. be served! In (he club house '
the possible threat by the Pirates other\ towns how we support Tr, otr I .,- .-.. Discuss It Before :
BOND SIDING ended with the first half of play our Pirates We hope Mr. Rumph I Coach George Tsoni B leant 'I r

Miller kicked off for Fernandina makes buses available for all students lost 10 Camden B team Tilcsdiy You Build Refinance
3 Bed RoohiiFinished to open the second half of play wishing to mike the trip night 110. | :
'and Slarke oltense found the PI. since this II the final of the sia. tf i5r, ofr: OYSTERSCocktail '
For Living rate dclense tough :and had to son I Friday night week the Plrnlcs Or BuyFernandna :
punt after moving the ball only 'it,. OrFeranndina will be al home for the final football -
." Ottk Floor four yards In three attempts and Beach Band fans I : genie of the I season when they

. Tile Both the ball went out-of.bound* on the will have a good excuse la: make I play Live Oak. It Is usually a good / Federal
Starke, 35 Beryl gained 3, Nobles the trip to Orange Park since our I game when the Iwo, teams ml'l'l'l' Surf Restaurant
; ? Wall Heater added one end Alvarez passed ta: Superior Band will be performing! and l this year should prove to be '1

Custohi Bdilt Cabinets Pikula for a first down on theStarke at the game Orange Park his a i exciting for the final ot the year. AtroRa & Loan ;
From Ottnn Pier SavIngs' Assn.
!! 24 Schomas rammed for good Band also so It should! bo a I .
.-. ':, BUILD ON YOUR LOT 2, then ran for 12 for a first downon great night at Orange Park on ,PRIVATE DINING ROOM I .
,. the Bradford 12 Schemes gain. Friday n!ght; Good football good FOR PARTIES, CLUHS, 202 Atlantic
cd 2, then added one. Alfarei pass music and a stadium full of ONLY ETC. I _
Free Folder I Intended for Plkula fell Incom. tt oCt 111II'j JCROSSNOVEMBER .

plete, Nobles gained 2 and Stuke Roy Arsenalt Is keeping .
took possession of he( ball ort made by Fernandlna Beach players -- --- -- -- - -

QUALITY HOMES their on 7. during the football lea IOn. Ray
A couple of first dawns along runs along the sidelines with uf '
with a 15 yard penalty against and we compare notes on each SPECIAL Hcot I
P.O. Box 68,. Oceanwav, Jacksonville 18, Fla. Fcrnandina moved thd ball to. the tackle, but Ray tins the tough job : I I 5 Rooms
11 lernandlna 48, but the Pirate defense of keeping dp with the tackle
Phone7644070. or 768-6655. I held;: ntid StHrk punted to i
'" \ I made for the entire seison 1 Hal
I the Fcrftandlna yard. line, but od and Mike Rylant do a tremrndnui I II
I Jrb of keeping statistics for Coach Beautiful Thermolaire
Wayne Benner. Two fine young
I men to have around your team alI
FERNANDINA BEACH I well as your school CORNS m
t I oCt'' RC-40 Gas Heatertnstilled'
We dldn t think too much of the i
"JEWEL OF' FLORIDA'S CROWN tiI. 'I setup the Fernandlna/ team had ""- -, :
at the Staike football field Ins) Frl-

.h.. .. day, lernandlna fans had to sit
IEA HES" across Held from the players who\ "
J I were seated directly 'In front or the ,
Directory Fnrnlshed By Thtae! Merchants kind Buntneaa Men Starke\ Band and the Starke student I

_\ body, If Coach Benner was I
able to get any messages to his
B.E.W I S F Suburban players, he had to whimper It toj I With -:
.,. him because, folks, that was eJ] SPECIALGE GasY
"Porcolainiie" Prop ni GdS Co. I .
(the first t play Alvarez fumbled ;
ERVUjG ALL land Eddie Douglas fell! on the ball j: STEAM IRONS
LASTS S OR C TIMES .t JETTIES TOUR NEEDS IN : In the end zone for a Bridford 4 Just

LONGER TITAN LP GAS AND touchdown, falcon kicked the ex.
RbINARY' WAX JOB ..UcI 30 Minute. r.r CAS Arl'LtANCES lira point and Bradford enjiyed a : $109SRegular
14-0 lead with cite minute and I
rerahedlae. Darkr 7 South 7th Ste twenty eight seconds loft In (lie

,LASSERITE, MOTOR, Phone lRlaSR1'; \ third period #t75 00
lor :J. : I .
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to'f' RIG' rf 1 LOW, Carl Anrter'xm' look' .the ensuing I
\j y T H 'K'I I N G : Starke kickoff oa the frrnandlna I II
8th 'Pi.1.2s _
9. St. Sk11 Friday; N.H3 : .. 147 I and Alvaret took to the air I $13,95 $14.95 COMPLCliITH' : TAX

,2:00: atn, 8:4: a.m: PHOTO SHOP with passes Intended 'for Joe I
Nobles and Plkula but
Going Fishing? 2:43: pm 9:28: p.m. 11011 'ddln'l none were complete and Miller HardeeBros. sl ',. Phone 225-5146

Saturday, Nov. It Preeesatag punted to the Bradford S yoyrd line
rue, Po".ltl at the third period ended The
Visit Ue I F 0'01 3.10: a.m. 999:; am PAM Appol.ent say Pirate defense stood up again and Good Housekeeping Gas Co.
Tanrtle' 3:42: p.m. 10:17: pm, Ioppttre amore Starke punted to Nobles on the ,
Fiehing ",.:.N, ....... Tornadoe 49, On the first play AI.
Rode Heell Sunday, Nov. 15 ""'::::at:' I varei fired a strike to Beryl Rice Atlantic Avenue Yule, Florida L. p, Gas The Perfect Fuel
Outdoor Camping 4:07 for a first down on the Tornadoe II

Equipment 4:37:: p.m.a.m. 11:06 10:35, :: p.m am. St u dl os At 50' Aim h St 24. then an Alvarez pall was Intercepted .,- -- -. 1" ''''. .-, _. .... .=::...--- "---------- _..........."" .-- -- _._ ----,
the line
Phone 261.4586 on goal by I
FIRESTONE Monday, Nov. 16 Starke and returned to the Starke
27 yard line, The Tornadoes work.
BEACH SUPPLY 1S:02: a.m. 11:29: am Rowland's i ed the ball to the Fernandlna

111 Atlantle AYe nl.cm 5:28: p.m 11:53: p.m UPHOLSTERY : but again the Pirates held 14'1 \ I
look over at that point with ,
Tuesday, Nov. 17 no YOU NEED minutes remaining In tho bill ,

How Much Will Your 1S:52: a.m NEW covfescna rotePVRNITUR6 oat upAlare game I 1 tj ..f 4 til r
Plenty of action took place In l
SOCIAL SECURITY 8:17 12:19 -'e
: p.m : p.m oft
New 'EAT rOVE II the final three minutes of the ball .
Pay You or Your Family' ', Wednesday, Nov 18 rLoro' YOUR game us the Pirates could not \
move the ball and Miller plint
GULP LlFI'S Plon..4 8:41: a.m. 12:99: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES was blocked with\ Starke

Security Analyrle will 7:06: p.m 1:09: p.m We Pick Up anti Deliver yard Ing on penalty the Fernandlna moved the rPeovpr.\\ SERVICE YOU YOU NAME IT,

ksip. puorant.e these Thursday, No.v. 19 Porter b Loyqullt to the 19, and the Tornadoes tookto CAN, COUNT ON WE DO IT. .
Social s.crtty len.6ls 7:30: a.m. 1:26: am I the air, but none of their passrn '
General Contractors
I connected and Ftrnandlna had I From filling 'er to Our expert experienced
7:54: 1159: up a
p.m pm. DEPENDABLE !
M SPECiAt.TIES the bah again on their own 19. SAFE, SURE I mechanics check
I complete check and! your
C11"F .. WOODWORKING Schomas ran for I yards on the
Nov. 20
r a", PLASTIC! SURFACING : first play but Starke Intercepted j overhaul, tee tin for When It comes to car For your unkc I let ui car thoroughly, make
JAMES F. (JIm ) 8:191.m.: 2:13: sin CUSTOM BUILT CARINRTI art Alvarez pass on the Pirate 34 service fast! and right.. servicing it pays to put your car' wheels In repair I right, at mod*
RYLANT 8:42: p.m. 2:50: p.m. ,, KITCHEN AND BATA i and returned to the Pirate 12 crate coat,:
REMODELINGPhone come to From minor ,
P. o. Complete Rhowroom I the with ball)Just 26 seconds remaining In repairs lo a complete perfectTransmission alignment ...
x3813 ''tideCeaetssf:: game here Reliable Service .
"j Slop Drive in
Color Coordlnlttl
For n With six seconds showing on It"j ,' ..
Gulf Life Ins. Coe c-e ChedeUe e- Phone 261.3068 i the Scoreboard Phil Elder fired a with easeoverhaul. I All Work GuaranteedAutomatic I for fast
pan to Joey Reese In the end Do The Job Right. .
I zone for a touchdown Falcon and //to. J service!
kicked the extra point and Slarke I RepairsWe _:
won the ball game, II.a.
FUN IN THE SUNAT Friday night the Pirates travel w

to Orange Park to battle the Raiders -

game am an trerflow trawl Is ,
FISHING BOATING SWIMMING expected at the Raider stadium '
for the game The Fernandina I 261.3812 Your Ford Dealer Since .1910 South 8th StreetPirates'Travel
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN":' Beach Band will make tbe trip

J with the Pirates. .


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ONE G.E 'DELUX Console range FURNISHED BEACH apartments III I I I I I =+;";">':"X.-<..:--:..;.. and 'thinys ask pel mlbHlon bcfure Although moit retirement pluns

AD RATES one single wood t bid box \l nddl'd. Hot and cold CHARLES M. j I [joriila Hunters I (ro>alillfl'OI Cs or hunting on President Signs arc based on hoe 63 social setur.

JS per word M mlnlmnm spring, coltta mattress chairs. I water furnished. $60 mouth Apply 3 priMilo liinils Ity retirement benefits may .ba

Cut .1 Thanks. Re* laU*MMd misc. pieces. Wayne F Me. Apt. I. ph. 261.4525. tIc COOPER MOTORs Told Things To Do4pd I PltiK your shnlgtin lo Ihrt-e-iilu'll Law Disabled payable tu 801111'lorkl'ra who retire

rinlUr. Notice. Junkln Ph. 2G1-3773. tfc 'lIpa'Hv. mow/me and chamber I at UKI!: 62. If you start getting:

FOR RENT FURNISHED two Sales ForValiant combined benefit( at ate 62. hirucvcr the

N per ..rd f IM minimum BEDROOM ONLY: $10000: beclnxm downstairs apartment. Remember :Never; use ftill-J.ukfted or mill- : Vets InsuranceSI. a'n1llunt111I be reduced by 20 percent .

Cal 261-3R86 or 261.3687 down. The Jim Walter .
Corporation Close In. Ph. 2614227.. tIc -j t.irj.st.Oo; carlrldun ir .22 rallbte If retirement occurs between

or place ad at' office has a nice 3 bedroom house Barracuda rlmllie cartridges vhlle hinilliiKor 62 and Go, the redmtlon will be

and lot for sale near Fernandlna \U.IISSKH A list' of tmukiiig' deer benrAln 1 PctersbuiK, Fla. M T. less.
KU" Ash ONE THREE ROOM furnished I '
Beach. Go to O'Neal;/ turn right Plymouth 'thins'!: to dii, mid 1 remember'\ fur check lumtlnK fur Dixon, DII'el'lor uf the Florida Do.pnrtmeiil .
Apt downstairs. Utilities, hot :\ >s aiea -
on paved road go about S miles :1 \\l'Mlrlda< hunter vj Issued today llleRiil bait and never uliiiol birdsover VetermH Affairs, said -
and cold water washing ma.
then you will see an old Church Chrysler WI 1 A. I D. AUIrkh. dim'tor. Game bulled aica.Nerr today that President Lyndon B
chine furnished. Two bedroom, I
FOR SALE on lea, turn left '4 mile pass J "' 4 Frrbh Water Klsh Commission. hunt tUl'kl'YI IIhI dUll I Johnson has signed/: into law an
unfurnished nice. B I J '
apt. very Year or 50,000( "
411 the mli-rcst of IIICI'I '. Koud of disabled
church, RO 1 block, turn left One furnished apt. utilities, ; ) : alliS ilou'l hunt ur kill a sulniniinu act Cmmrcss allowing TOP QUALITY

TRADE CONN CLARINET for I again follow road on around to heat furnished. Three furnished Mile Warranty spin'iMinnililp, mid l sl.t\ln: || out ot deer: velerans lo buy National "Service

late model stereo set. Ph. 225. i right, house Is on' left. Only apti., with heat. One 3 bed. double. hunters, sliould : 1 Nexei1 rarry or use a Bun with Life Insurance, and the new law

5396. 100.00 down and 3460 monthly. Mobile Homes Ohlaln a'cnpy.ftf and, become goes Into effect! on M.iy) I, l5.
1\12c1 room furnished. Call W. I. MeCronle a I Wit: In (he woodi or on the
I Call Jim Waller Corp. In Jack. 2614642. Ire and I familiar with the Stale mid Federal water at nlulit. Dixon says the law provides an USED CARS
I CHEVROLET, V8. H & H, ph. liiiniliiu 1'011'111111 r'fllIl.lllllls..
i sonville, 3880161. ------- :\e\cr; UNO ailirielnt; llKht, fire opportunity to buy a new form of
power steering! power brakes I handle1 flicurms hi null -
Camping Trailers Altvtys :National Service Life Insurance
nrt' ..IM'n.| suit \lltk
11'/11)| inure' P<< ,
Extra clean. only' $150: for quick YULEE 3 BEDROOM MASONRY ;/. LOST a miinner 'Hint 5. set Runs, or live decoys' lo limit :
sale Phone Shirley McKcndrce home wall-to-wall BEECH\!: & 14th ST. 1.
carpet,, arc 11\11 l cmt; tiiwrul.Oliljm holders of National Service
Like iinlrntili\ hluK
or name ur a '
261.3G95. paved street 2 lots. Immediate Plume 261-30(13( die iijjtitur!: slile Itititi log! RtmrmlH-r nol In shoot itm or Life Insurance tu ilijnuo: to a 63 Falcon Convr.

possession. Ph. 261-4938. N12p ST1UYED. BLACK AND WHITE I Will Trade Hontn license from a county Jmluc> and new plan.If .
Auto trans.
BEDROOM ONLY $10000 female setter. Answers fa\\ n deer, cub bear piintlirr, ru-

down. The Jim Walter Corp. CHAIN-LINK: FENCE- 4 ft.:"high" to name English of Beth. Call Trailers or For Almost the sprrliil hllill11'1"! (pel'mil Innddillon snow goose tli,i.s jiHisc' brunt you were eligible lo buy National dio & heater,

hal nice 3 bedroom house end Irt Mlth top rail. Istallcd. SOc perft. I or 2613703. Anything That Doesn't ) In'foro,tu your regular hiinllnii! svMin non-gnnie or snna bluls. Lllc Insurant after Oc. wow tires. Per- $1695 I
HceiiKe cnliHliin-iiuy If the
for idle near Fernandina Beach Tel mlnal posts Rates extra. n.. ... 261.34.10.. 'wildlife ( Key lamer" :KveiK'iides' l";II'1,1. 14.| tuber 7, 11140 and before January feet condition.

Go to O'Neal, turn right on pav First payment March, 1U65.Coaxal *. I Eat ni.iiiiiKcnienl aienj sii|>ir- llMiilors/ mink, Kvervl.Klcs: kite!, I I. 1957 and If you arc a service
... ...... .. ..... .. twit by the (InmmlshlunUuy ) LeMK Special Allowance For
cd rood go about 5 mIle then Fence Co. Ph. \ Help Wanted >. ; =+: > : : hll\\k. cwl I I. or ciiKle. Suih utilmuls connected disabled veteran and
-- tuck' ( und willcjuur
you will tee an old church on 2C15063.tfc a ftjnip are ;hilly proleclod' by ]ImvAl have no uninsurable non service Your Trade-In

on left, turn left '4 mile, past I ii.Hue 11IlIk\ across hire of \\;ilook before you shoot, connected disabilities, or If you -

church go 1 block turn left FLEULUM CUSTOM MADE WANTED: house' salesman. Prev- Wo Are ll.ippy To Announce clamp bridle( huntlnii dinks or Mill kit said that;, (there were have a non service conm-dcd ills- 2 1962 Fairlane

again follow road on around to Venetian blinds measured and Ions sales experience helpful We Are Now The Krjnihlsed geese. many mure detailed rules. and ability which Is unlimurablo by

but nol necessary. Excellent > ep- Jeep Dealer for Nassau County! Respect the ..rujlel'ly of ithcrs commercial at the higher 500'sOne
right. House on left. Only $100 Installed. Wide range of colors.FOKViiK _n_ I rcKiilitlnns that all hiinli-rs must companies
.00 down and $5260 monthly. Call A LOVEQUIST Color 'portunlly for previous shell. FACTORY TKIMUMECHANICS: :\ i I follow Siimminlcs of these rules rate, and you do not have government with air.l'onditloning .

Jim Walter Corp. IQ., Jackson Unier. Phone 2013068. Uf home, Insurance, and other : PUBLIC NOTICE anil regulations are available from life Insurance or have

vllle 3880101. --- -. specialty type sales experience Plus NOTKK 10 rRKDITOIIUI ''the III file of oil county Juducs.i less than $10.000 of such Insurance $1295
VICTORIAN LOVE Seat. Excel" highest commissions quick approvals I StIlt lilt (TA11TKHI : EACH
UTILITY : We Have Parts On Hind For I IN Tile COI Kf or 1 ilK till'MTV i you would be elIgible to apply ..
ARMY TRAILER will lent condition Ph. 261.3854. M2c low rejection rate. Sell New and O'der JUX.K. ':, NtSMl' COINTV: H.OH-' May( I It ISM. Dlxon further -

sideboards spare wheel and tire. "' i completed 3 bedroom home JI'el"| I I IIIA, IV PHIHMTK 1 1964 Agriculture stated that persons on active duty 1960 Ford Galoxie
Brick Home In Pirates HARPER POSTIC ttk'i'K Inc In rr; PnUir: ofI
$30.00. 411 So. 5th St. N5 down $53.50 .
no money per I JOHNbON IIt."II-II'TT.: ': Dnreaied with the Armed Forces, and certain \ir-Cond. radio
THREE BEDROOMS two full month, full tile bath oak floors, KI South 81 h M. Tn A1C'edllt.\ ... mid Penoiu lluvlni; Philippine veterans are not
'1 NEW COUCH $10.01)): Used baths large sunken living room sheetrock and many other Phone 261-4IC7 (Inlmt or Denundi Asquint laid b.. Census In Nassau & heater, auto. COQC

single poster bed complete, $15. with fireplace, birch pan'ledFlorida laid: eligible trans. ONLY ? *
outstanding features. Send name, ;I \ou. und each ot vtiu *.. hereby The veteran can get National
.00; 1 used baby bed and mat room, dining room kitchen address and qualifications to: nut'lied and required In pi.eaent, any To Get Underway Service Life Insurance a -
on pt'r.
tress, 1000. Can be seen aStratton's garage and storage area. nouns und demiimti which' you, or '
Jack. PUBLIC : : 60 Fairlane 500
P. 0. Box 68, Oceanway, NOTICE I either of you tony h sveagi"lost. thtmime manent' non-participating plan up
Trailer Camp on Am. Class sliding!! doors from Flor. .. ,
sonville, Florida 32218. NIl 26 .I f Johrmon Bennell) demeaned
ella Road anytime. NS,, 12c ida room find dining! room onto 54 THI'MOTICI'': t'ot'riv': fl"" 1LlisJ I'RO""TK':'% C'OIItT. 1 lult of laid County, to the Courtly, I Piano for taking thn l'K4'! Cenmis to $10,000, Including/ any govern-have V8 4.Door $69

large covered patio. Wall to wall SAnest COU.1"ToUK ot't'LORm" JudKiof Nani.iu County., Florida ul of Aurlt'tiltiirc hi) NIISHUII County met life Insurance you now ,
his attics In the cc.nil h"u..1' ni',1Cmintv
after I
Dlxon suggests that on or
carpet In living room and bed. MISCELLANEOUSTURKEY at F.m..cI"a" Bonc-h. I 1.'I"r.' wire 111111111111I'1'<1 liidny hy lIullu1.c'Mlle. : I .
Pilate nfHAIDER, Idll within sin c.I'nellln; m'.iths from May 1, IMS) and not later than
FOR SALELot rooms. Central gas heat kitchen !: BEI.L KENMARU I tht'tlmt .. newly nppiilnled census 1955 Chevrolet
or tin first publication fthli May 2, 1966, the duli'i spent ted
with all built-in equipment. This IIo'r..rd notice T soe'iie.o I each chum crew lender for time county,
North SIIOOT each1/ Friday The Stats of Florida, To All ririouiInterealvii In the law should be the dates
on Fernan. Is not a pre-cut home. See at or demnnd ihall bt In writing and The Jnh will be donp' In three Pickup
and Saturday night at the Teepee I In the fciliilt) ol aalil Hi- hull 55 t 'no Ihe plan nf reldenand. I kept In mind by all veterans Interested .
dina Beach, which I am 2657 McGregor Blvd. or phone cenVnliYou punt offlrt Bddrc.i nf the vliihnuiit. sla ('M, the crew leader 1,1Id.) first. ['''anel
17 at Yulee. Insurance.
I Tavern on Highway are hereby notified thlllfll.. th.ill la the will unit truln- In this new type $295
unable to find since Hurricane 261-3222. aILS sworn to by rlulmnnl. come recruitment
Get your turkey dead or alive. ten Initrument purporting to be tht I hit: uncut, ur, nliorney and si'rml.pminiod tog of entimvraidrs lo count all Truck(
Dora. Taxes 38. ; Ph. 2255129. tIc Last Will and Ttnlarrent. of laid dt- by A flllni lee nf t one d"Ullra"d ,
HOMEMADE PIECE quilts. Cro- cedvr'i hm been admitted" to piobutt, I mil clulm' or demand" n..l..., (farms In tim enmity, About! one
00. At tax rate in Nassau
cheted holders -- In laid Court. mil Iw void.
803 tiled
pot Cheap. enumerator for each 130 farms will 1963 Falcon

County could perhaps So. 14lh. St.) 261-5804 >12p FLOOR SANDING and reflnlsh- sin V ussr.calendar hereby munthi' commanded from the d.nt within, oltht ''I Ai ItiONIA.n'nln"IrHlrlx UtNNETT" ..I SMITH the Eitatcof be needed.v up-to-date Information on tho na In Tree

make fortune in off-shore lug Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. tint publication of this nutlet ti, JOHNSON IIENNLTT do: Shortly I a'ftrfVNovcmlH.T f Ill theBureau tion's agricultural resources and ((3 1\ )

oil tights VICE:, LARGE LOTS for safe: Phone 2614609. tIc appear In sold Court and show c.iuie,, ieanedfirst CViwu production Such Infiirmntlon Is MUck IIhiCt $1295
If Any' you can, shy tht action 01 nf! the an OMcncyof
pulilloiiti"n November Oth, IIHVThomai \ I
Write Dox 538; Goad teims., One quarter mile laid Court I In admitting: saint Will UprobuW I II Hill the U. S. DiJpnTlmciit, of Comimrco vltnl In making decisions affect log Hudio & Heater ,

South of Flee Points on AmeliaRd. WILL KEEP CHILDREN should not Hind uirrevoked, Alto. nov lit AilinltfUlrutrlx( muny RpRnimiti of the U S. ecunomy -
St. by dayor Steal /it .1 E, Wtatherfurdt ,, 'I'I will pdl'O( 'tims' sccoml" lie
Marys. Georgia Call 261-6421 tfc It North fourth HIFurnanillna .,- Data nutliercd Include tho 1961'Ford (
week. Exporlencod.. .Lute E. WetliMirfordr County JuugiAlbln I tI.. II. Florida. by malllmrriliRrtrulliiral) irumisqiiestlonnuires

TWO BEDROOM: HOUSE In Old fenced yard with play gym Ph. C.Nassau Thompion'ouotv, Jr. t'lurld. 'I 4t ..!(i.e._12,-, I II)...Jl I (ter ill rural box hold.I number and site of farms livestock acreage Inventory Station Bus

BRICK, 3 BEDROOM one bath. Town, completely furnished. Living 2613989. ICe Attorney at Law era In tilt count*, This will give and harvest of crops
p.srnan din. Beach, Florlds PUBLIC NOTICE Information on farm Already converted -
Oversized lot. $13,250, with 1400 room, bedroom furniture, and farm and ranch'operators< who
down automatic washer like new. Priced NOTICE, WASHING MACHINEand : 41 illS, ID 30 111! IN Tim nitn? mi ItT lot'IITIIJtUiriM. I I are required by law' lo fill out the equipment and facilities, farm pro. to camp- $1195

'* for quick sale. Only $353000 refrigerator repairs. Call PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE ix AVIS/ n C )IKll ic NAHKAU IT (M' II.IIICIIH('uisrvIV ',,: fiirms, a period of time to consult ducts sold and use of fertilizers I er, Completewith

MODERN, SPLIT LEVEL near or will sell separately. Call Mrs.F. after 7:30: p.m.' to 7:30: 'm. 225. TO (HtNCFRY. CANt: NO Slit their records and fill In answers Insecticides, and herblcldc's.I table, Beats and Bed

Five Points. Three bedrooms 2 P. Fowler, 2613420. lie 5294. Call during day at Milliard FLORIDA STtllTLS CREDITORS. ** JOYCE. 111 HI FT PlKfLKS I'taliIitf to the questions. Good Condition.

baths, den. $14.000 with FHA 845.3855. tIc IN TUP COIRT OF TIlE COt NTV ". In the final stage, enumeratorswill

terms. 1957 VOLVO $230.00 as. Is. Call 261. 4UDGF. NASHAV COLMV, LOR.BA .'( tRBUERICK. III.'AV rEFPIKSl visit each firm In the county I
> 'fi'ndnnt.NOTKK OYSTERSFried' SEEChines .
fr SS78 or see ot 563 .So. Fletcher LET ALCOHOLICS ANONY. ret, Estate ofIIAIUEK OF Hl'lr1' to collect: tho questionnaires. At ,' ,

.pOO 00 down, $5ftmonlhbuYI ma Ave. MOUS help with your drink. BLLL KLNNARI1.5, 'or'd.To j STAIF: OK I LOltllM/ the lime of (His visit the enumerators Geno'or
canary, three bedroom home. ii- ATLANTIC: AVENUE business In if problem Write Box S.lft, All Credit oeuao d I'eruini ll>tl..i"HE' o. iiox sco will help fjrniers complete; ,

ftft City or Phone Jax. El 67700. Claim nr Demand. A..1111B.ld litUtel ,III, < corgi! answers to any questions the farm. Curt
old brick
properly building on I 0 I u art ,,,-,,'hl' n.ltled| Ih.lull
John T. Ferreira A Son You' trti each of you urn hereby ers may have had difficulty; with.
Lot 374 x 100. Liberal terms. ; litv, been filed agalnut you In the
Broker; ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS six big BUY & REPAIR old clocks. PI). notified I and required:; lo pen I nt lw'I *10i71 enlllltd" eua.s, and that >ouHi KnumcHtiir: visits are scheduled Surf Restaurant
claims and demand which Lasserre Motor
you, or hereby required, to file your an< '
\toe Athntle An. Phi>n> 2K1-M71 2614348. D3c to begin In this county on' November
residential lots, 134 x 136' each. either of you may hays a*ilnat lie' )',rwrr .with Hit Clerk of thin Court.
enlists of IIAIDEE BILL KE.NNAKV.deteactd and to tervt a copy (thereof upon time 23. Enumerators will take about i :
These lots could be subdivided., Across From Ot-ean I Pier
YULEE TWO HOUSES on 100 Into of silO County, lo th*'t Plaintiff or Plaintiffs' Atlornty, threI el ks to complete their CompanySouth
Terms. By owner, Mizcll. 200 Coun'Y, Jail asolNasi a CfunlJ.' Hvhdto aim and .".Irea. ,laift ,
X 100 lot fenced separately PRIVATE )DINING ROOM
,. work hue crew leader' CktlmuiYs. I
CLASSIFIED Flurlda. al his ofli In the court i Thcimni 'II II ill ,
$12,000. Ph. 225-5371. NIHp Law Exchange Bldg., Jackson. hou.e of "Id Counlv al I'.nunhn, .i Attorney: Ml Law;: The CCIIHUS of Agriculture/ Is FOR PARTIKS: CLU1IS 8th Street
vllle, Fla., Telephone Beach Florida .within sit cnlerrdmontln ,>
'DISPLAY ,% U North 4th Street i I
TWO BEDROOM house on Ray.en 3532623.N19c : from, the tniit Oh'.o firtv: I. I"ernan dma Roaeh Florida., taken evciy five years In the yours ETC.
publication nf Oils notiio, 0 1'wn. not Inter' than tht 111 day of' ending In "4" and "9" tu gather
Rd. Large lot. Terms arran II. of each claim n shall lit' to ( fiUemlier, IW.
td. Ph 2615421. tfc Writing, and' iIrld: slots. ita pl.no ffrekldenct ;{I Till; you full to do in. Peters Pro
FOR RENT und post ocr"uddreiii of "",,r..," will he entered ng..Inal you
USED VALtES! the .""muili. and ahull hi soars lu I fir the relief demanded In this Cumplnlnt '
504 Stanley Drive. Three bedroom 1958 bv Ihe I'lmmant. hi. ailunt, ur alt"r.ncy .
brick hom $40000 down, no Rcnaull $130 Bird accompanied .by a rube I,.. 'Hie, slurs of lulcl lull being- for I
5 ROOM FURNISHED APART. 1958 Anglla $130 of ont rlnilur, and iuih rlulm ur da diane

cloning costs. w MENT. 432 No. 3rd. St. Phone 1962 Impala Chevrolet mand nol in filed ahnll be void. \1'11 NEI'! m)' hiirM l and the itnl low long have you waited for your new Buick?
ft ft' ft 261.4945. /III Halrlee. (hell' TcmnselldHlclee "( % .iM Court ul I emundlnii "Huui'hi .
50 ACRES In Chester-Crandall area. M2p (loaded, alr-cond.) Bell TownaendAi i i lu County FlorHn, this l 19 day
$1691I960 EntcutrU of the Lain Will lofTfxtober, A D., lImbO! Too long.If .
$150.00 per acre. FOR RENT;/ NICELY furnished and Tentament of SsF.AL( ) D 0 OXtFY

> beach apartment. Call 261-4944 Pontiac staid.. IKII K sonar d. dectaied I CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT have an order in Buick's on its wayy
you your
(New Paint I'pholslcry: ) First publication Novtmlitr 12th IJM I THOMAS II HALL ,
Corner of Florida Avenue and after 2. tIc Aibio C. Thomjoon, Jr.Attnrnvey Attorney for plaintiff -

Wolff Street. 2 bedroom house $1195 Par Eo.culrla 11 North. Fourth Street If you haven't better hurry.
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED LOW. 1960 Dodge 308 Atlantic AvtnuFernandlra PVrnandlna Peach Florida, .
Frame with asbestos shingles. ER beach. Electric (Power, alr-cond.) Batch, Klnrlda t 4t. 022. 89 NS 12 Choose color
apartment on
$8,230 with $1.425 dol'n. 4t 11 HMD. 88. 123 your ,
k Ik\hen. year, round rent. See after $1093 __ :- :..-
5.00 p.m. Call 261.3262 or HARPER PONTIAC BUCK PUBLIC NOTICE choose your model.
212 So. Fletcher Ave. 1 story Du I ( F. rll IIIIIN)

plea, 1536 sq. ft., life-time roof. 261.5> 89. tfc 923 South 8th St. IV THE ( IKCIIT C'II'RT IN 1 AM' ;/ The C'r.TI,,s Ftrnumllnj: Itench, Convertible? ?
Phone 2614167MUST Inc'l KIK NAHHAU OINff, HOH- r'ir Ida, a itt receive euled. ),l'iu at Coupe
$13,500 LARGE FURNISHED: APART. IDA IV CII": "( t.KV. NO W14HARIHIRU lbs cIty sims until 7 :11M O'CI""k.1

1 apartment furnished. ME-: T. Near town. $5000 month H-OHHI' MAYI.",' N'lVenilMT, :i. IWA for tht furnishing, Sedan? Station wagon?
and iota" AhBOlUTlUN anorporathol ,l 1',*1 12)) 1'lflA niorli| alltuniobllelDel .
ft ly. Call 261.4970. nc I ,Uo sod atnsrtlim'aimon) may he II '
19 100 X 140 building lots with GO I'lalnllll ,,)lined. from Sm,. ,,1111'. ,01 Ohs City, Order yours soon.We might have your favorite

FURNISHED: COTTAGE 3 \. UmiKfr.' City Hill .
large shade tree',. 3 Blocks from rooms I
F.VkltF.TT HPT/m and V marrlidKFTrK wet' emaIl "be ..,"t.II and pl.'lnlvm here
ocean. Sacrifice at J600 each. and bath. Electrically equipped. 5COMPLE hll wit, I tOed "IMPOIHANT' MCAI. right right now.

Lone Oaks. Call 2615066. tIc E ROOMS whose thrlkllan. name la unknownItrfcllllllllll. 1"1) Ilin FOH" THF: FI'IINISIIINU' I OF '
Furniture TWO (Zl I ViOl MODI I 5. At, "rOMO. I Ilurr! n) Buick dealer's.
02o Jc Anpil" owe. OI : your
Furnished apartments rent : <.
FOUR ROOM downstairs. furnish- DUE TO FAMILY VII"I I ICULTIES I Nods!: in HI ir 1111 F BF OI'FNFU (ill NOV- vSpecial. ,
No. Fletcher Ave. 2 bedrooms, MUST LET MY fURMTURE II to THE!: STATE Of I LOKIDA t.MIIF.n M. "I'WI' at 7 30 P M" ,
cd apartment.. Phune The Skylark )
CommlMlcm Ito.rtfht
month 261.4643.He .
new through-out. $70 per WHO IS WILLINil TO SAVE MY SITZII.RESIDENCY. !: : I nres.0 ama or. all Hid. to' f or
CREDIT li ASSUME PAYMENT6ON UNKNOWN waive leihnlrallflti and )Inf'irmulillel Electra 225. Riviera.
;-- YOU ARE HtHFBY NOTIFIED that and In accept the hid .whuh In the .
McConnell apartments, 3013 So. UPPER DECK APIS. TillS BEAUTIFUL ( ROUPIn
hut "been filed. opinion, of i.ilrt City emn".I..n' laIn
a lull' UKainnt In
Fletcher Ave. Four newly decorated TWO PRIVATE ROOMS: private .bed livln suits* :room 7 ft then iota It U matching a J pciufi Ihit ah'is" cou.e and you art rtqulrtd the Iwkt Intereiil of., .;nd City, ufmVII The 65 Buicks arc rolling again.,

furnished 2 bedroom apartmcnts. entrance and bath. Two apartments ch.lr. a end tablet with matching to file ysursoosrw itS the 0 oman dma 1I..rh'OATCHFLCity PInt
cocktail table walnut with Clllrk 51, this C ourlait 0 '5 opera. ) M
with TV and utilities fur. Auditor' and Clerk
Copy Ih.,1 upon the l.mllff or
lite tall decorator
topi) t lamps ails
ft ft nlshcd. Reasonable until May ,cs.sovsrhsd... I beautiful OutS Its ItI"rney.. Muhor..., Hadl"w.Ch.mh City of rtriMndma I'tain' Horida.
I 21 II I. I li
reman( Adams lI.n.U Na.
For rent or Sile, ocean front 3000 tfc run a fir. lamp pius
13. 17 Port '5 V 4 PianO >l"nal Bunk' BulHinl. ,'ncfci'invillt) 1Fl. I. -4
So Fletcher Ave. 5 bedrooms Ti,. bedroom suite I. Danika lafc .., not later than Utxi. 1. 1 1:1114.: If you ,
2'' baths, 2 car garage Enclosed 5 Vacation Apll.OCEANFRO'iT 5. h.' M,. "'n. d'.....' .ivlthl full/ 10 tu dci, a Lree Pro tntificu erie rlxht, nf way South I3lh Surest '
) l Igs tilting mirror chest on che.I'1e will, be entered asalrMt you for. the f'ir IU: ;i feet I.. the P"|nt nf I'o"n.' C-
porch 14 x 40 $150 00 per moor Completely UMMCau bed with Hiding relief demanded In the Complaint nine item nhnll nol he deemed, to
uui panw
18500.00 sale price furnished. Day, week, or month. .' '- Y.',. clock radio For SOs kid i This auit la tn fr' fill S. Fletcher I Ave. Phone 201-: I btdrm.' there ,It t beautiful well. The rt...il proptrly proceeded affinalertiln '' .' ',re or Ion
...... II: 'ro.oitsrawlTtt' the f"'Mining Hem
for bet nf bunk hens Tht dIn. .
AETNA LIFEATTENTION 5878. tIc na '''1. has a (lit :30 x 60 Milt with All that IIIC. pIpe. fir ",,,... "r f pro ...r'/ which la 1 leu, led In and
I nl 'hind .lIu"le." h let on,1 Swiiiq" III permanently Installed *' .m i pant of
-- Itdf' ti I foam padded moo 1 h.
;/ SENIOR CITIZENSAge the Cit vofkrrflsfl,'llni( llenrh I Ifs,. lime Iniprovetnenli" tin nuid I I.d.p..c.
Garage Apartment li win 31r..e\
kitchen In
tqpt : '
60 to 80 Non' Cancellable Hos.pitallntlon i ileamlns; while finiih, with oven eric earned "e.o..Una'. i'oiinty 55 neuter.
Furnished or Unfurnished N..u and MIsts of Florida nnd The Payne enumer itton of I the ffii .".
rollout broiler, plui I at'iralt drawen
I knn..n und tletrrlhed on the Affirm' lie dimmed,
ft iirn' item ihnll rot Guaranteed Renewable for Life Admiral rerni gwilhersss.' fipfreetr nf .,nd, Cite I's. lith'Kjtrnphed and ""' U acres irimt the appl'< .iiillilv' '" ,
I Two room apartment furnished meat keeper, crisper Aihelvei rIOI hy tht Ftiirlito R.I.d, Com ,nl IIlhrr lun4".e drum m bloC, imp ._n. Wouldn't rather have Buick?
60 Quarterly In door Admiral apriCOt really a
Example: Age .. : pany In 1 iPS?. and enl.,r.e-l!. revi.. I In mast condo coil S1IS7fumt
nrt Orlg
Male, $2210; Female, $2299 and rel.i.ued hv the Flnrlita' TmnImprovemtnt oo covered hereby.
II. F. Sahlmaa pmti S.I sh. with no
Covers $1000 day $10000 I on pr..ant ilnnct of only monsydust Cnmntnv' 'In .IHH7 and WITNfW 'mv h..nd nnrt the soul mfmci' lit Saul UKAl. MtHOm/IO[ WICK DIAUI. WTKCHi/lO aim MALlS .IN IHIJ ARiA
per 261.3365THREE I IMili; ) aa part nf (Sullot No 2JS and I I Court at Fern imlma )lt tiat'h.i"m'I .
Miscellaneous Expense '- $10000 $397 described' U! foltowa. tie(inning attht l I ,I'm this till d.y '.I Novemlitr,
Accident Expense UJO 110 Surgical. BEDROOM I completely Nortrmtst; Corner "5 Oolliit N. AD ItNMl .
Auk. for Long furmiurt isstsratsNATIONAL IM: and 110 iknitherly alora; the vteoterlv l>, '',\ 1 O O Oxley ClephmA
CALL PETE INGRIM I furnished home. Dec. 1 to !May III lint '" mid Outlc.l No IM fr I I ropy of Iht Cimpliunt' tiled

Salr I fuSE and ta fed I.. the 1'11'. "' slim's" wtiiih li mailed In .ini h deftnct.nt ,
L. I.. Buhannnn
PVRaIl'VRr I of Befinnms, : thertt nmtlnut eaut tome whom) a reildomt mornpedflc
Reg.! Real Estate Broker 31122 (lEACH IILVD trlv, for 1:1:1: l reel, hence *D ut eight tOol a Milt or county waigivin
13 North 4tk Phone 26I-U69 : lKOO\r; FLRNISIIED HOUSE I :JIiJ.II1Ol'l.'n : inilei and lOulhe.. for feet I in I heswuieflIts im.flI filed 925 South 8th Street Phone 261.4167I
I, 'd. 321 So. Bth. St. dilly ..9. Cit. S 8, lu. theme II" it rlht|| anmei and vieterlv herein by the plaintiff his intent orli'r"y'
"We solicit Llttlng an Iiomm.S :.Vwly: jlaUlI JAX. I LA. for 131 feet thenct so at right '

Acreage, and Rcnl.ils" M2c NI2e anilei' and nor Iii.'11 along the tuit .. 10-9. 12 19, 28





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rl\vt'\ 'I 1 if"! -. :vrws' rteiFcinaiiama Bench, Florida '
... _-Thursday\ November. );C, lusd: :
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Florida Ranks ili',. !SWCRACKIN"! !, : !!/, i+!:!!iIj'Iifl! ''!!! !':. !!.';,(!!! !"l'lill.6fljl,:':!!:: !! ; ;'!;:liF1!{, :jre!!;; :::i .

ii!! SA V E !!/ '! ,! ANOMttIDtf '
6th 'In Savings c;'I t 'I'",nI I'/'( ILiAITa1EN10fi' / A
!'' iilliI1 fil : 1 s/hICIILTaA[ Regular C .. Aster Fruit'

And;:Loan Assets i.II I!,"! :,liI11111!,:f;,}..,. EST.,3 + s r A COCKTAIL 5 Cans 30:1: $1 I IRC6

ORUVDO, FIORITM During illi'il'' ,
"I' '
(he first nine month of ]l4 MV.ws !11.1 "r' ; 43< 4 THRIFTY MAID BAftTUTT
added over tir* unit s hlllf !
bllllnn dollars r- f,611.WON) In iii'iillt \ ,iLl Pears 3- $1
; '
be exact to their "ivlniri arcntmts lis s I" 1
1 "iiiii! 1
In Florida's'' 114: sMniM ""J
and loan inwrlntlnix. Tbl Infnr.MMIon 'IWilj!!! 'ii! i.i!!.! Beans 61RfCULARJli
waA' jfloiwd lortnv. by WI!. ""liH'I.I' : ::, IIi IG'!;! h AI
Hum D !Ifl'WV, l"thollllvl VirtprfHdont > !iJuiljlilii'! : :ijll .
I H the. Florida Snvltlao !iiWiiiiliinij! : : ::. ;! LIBBY TOMATO
and Lfiati. to'ague. ; i'1i' !:':I'j' !iiiiji' :: ooD!' $TOatS: lujiimmimni,1 I!! I !;i!,,; ; NR er S s en v4' J 4"- :. $1
In' thli sumo period, hnwevrr ..ulisulll! !i.!.laulLl:''. !: !'i' ,!:illiul,! '! ''!ilululuoiil! ,! HliHiliiiiiHiliiiHilhiIH1,! + !' U Ice '. .
the League Mrnriitlve rcmrtndthat GOOD A. t & Rr G. 2/291 VAN CAMP PORK AND
uvrrt wllhdrrw ((1.1Jl|.424.. WHOLE WHEAT } N
000 for various imrmuiM. lrsvln Biscuits 6c39xREG Beans 8 Cass S1
a net Incrpmv In their savings balance ). ''r
of[ ttffl: ; 719000 through September N .+ REC5 3/45 CARNATION! EVAPORA1EO
of thin year 49* TARNOW SLICED 1 ,
During the month 'of Spntwnberaltwp '12-01. Milk.I 81
satlnKi, Inrreaipd In those Bologna 39xKRAFT > Small Whole,
thrift and homo financing instltloili CORNED BEEF
by r .347,DOd. Thl brought/ PHILADELPHIA BRAND CREAM Hash. ''
total snvlnes tn a record hlah of Cheese Smoked PICNICS 3 < o $1-

$4833113000, which 1 IA riurosenU. 8-01. Pk'k291' ', RJGlJLAft 43(', i KLEENEX
by 1640.000 account holders
Total. ) loam closed In* September' r SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK Sunnylond Plcnlti make wonderful Towels '3 Pocka Twin $1
h. the Mvlnis mioclatlnns In
Florid ammmtcd ta $6,119000whlch l Sausage. Lb' 39' meals and,! tasty left-overs.at budgetpleasing ,
brings the tote) loans 'elosed prices. HigH.In''' nutrition..
diving" the flMt nine' month at .FREE:;1 I.On: CRACKIN' GOOD Bucu.ts, with SUSfRS Small 5 to'7, Ib. whole,_close' trim .
1964 to S6fl7.719.000.) Of this amount med and lean. '''Slow 21' "
steeped over
MW).MS.000 has RIMS Into costrutlion .. ,Sausage 'Lb $1
loaiw, which h.I' Ie. BAG hickory coals penetrate\ right to- 1'4 'QUANTITY'RIGHTS RESERVED
counted for the financing. of 1 19.: CHEF.'S'"" DELICHT CHEm; the' heart of the 'delicious pink PRICES ''GOOD THRU NOV.EMBER'12TH
.. ..,
181 new dwelling units In Florida. *. ''NN.D'"IITO.' INC COfrHIOMT' rise
As' of September, 19M Flo I Food 2 Lb, lox 49ymeat' ARGO PINEAPPLE
Ida was the sixth largest savin BRAND SIRLOIN 46-oz. SPILlS
And loan stita In the nation with Juice 3 1
total .assets of 55,277.114,011O. : OR BALLARD CANNE&! '. Cons

too Late Biscuits+ 4 G..39 i Steak Lb. 98 F. REGULAR 29t THRIFTYCatsup MAID

,20'oz. Bat 19


It all'BY'' started RUSSELL when a HAT red-belred GEade t PINEBREEZE"A" Medium Lb 88 Re Ice- 3:PKG.Lb 39x

teacher, Mrs, Ethel fete '' .
edO: ; '' _
I. after a lifetime of rfed REGULAR 39r CRACKIN' GOOD
cared service found herself tttll'td! 'r EGGS. W.D BRAND .. BONELESS ROUND .
'on a pitifully small pension '12-ct ,'
Dixie Pies 3' 1
..' She. flfcldcd that retired tearh Pkg :
era. Reeded a national organlzatlft"M /
: protect (heir Intcresti and adI Roast. "> 88 REG 27( DIXIE DARLING BROWN 'N SERVE ,

I :'vance efforts-their Die Nation welfare) Retired Through Teach.he R Rolls. :. ,49

"erg Asioclatlon came Into being 2.DOL 7 9 : ., 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON #85 GROUND Pkgs ;
1n 1847. o
'. Through the NRTA the led the t : 95 REGULAR 49* ? CHOCOLATE SWISS' I
fight for larger pensions, better .. : Beef. 5 S1 '
FRESH FLORIO 16 Cake Roll 39i
living"MfldWons, low cost health Pk..
and accident Insurance cheaper 'AlL WHITE PKG ,
'droes, and low cost travel
ionltlej: oppor. _. .. *. .a'.' ;;;;: ,:.ri """ "' ''':. ...;;..,.tiV: t 1mf ; )' ::4.1; '..; .: 1m1t" 'iJ
Her efforts were ac< luccntfultnat
thousind of oldsters. who 1 1 1 PAN.REDj FROZEN BREADED t / g
could tint qualify for membership Shrim 2 Its $179 ; ; ;
"' at mired achool-leschere wanted Pkg. ; ; > i
"" to 1:1r'lult: ASTOR or LIBBY FROZEN Greet ; ; tv ;
+' the plan was extened t 10-oz. e
a 1 [
by the organltatlflns of the Am. Peas a. 5 Pkgs. $1. 1 I Iaw
.erlcan Association of Retired Pesons I "
1 [ .
'which opened the door tet s
anyone Over tiS years of an. Spinach 5 10-0%. $1 R .
,Today AARP Is one of the fas F I ; Pkgs ; J I OUT" I IR
eat rowing( orgnnliatlons the ; ; ; DIXIANA Frozen Whole lalv! ; ; MAYONNAISEOk ;
nation with a membership of well : roe 5 10-oz. $1 I Is
over \half I million enthusiast!! Pkgs. -.dl.
members, 1 / ASTOR FROZEN
1 s s /
Although the membership fee !I Id ASTOR a CASTOR MAXWELL HOUSE Broccoli 51 O-oz.. $1 (BLUE or WHITE ARROW; DEEP SOUTH ; HELLMANN'S ,
-ontjr_'$*'')per year, the benefits are = Pkgs. .
.numerous.. Each member rreelvee ; .\ i DIXIANA FROZEN BLACKEYF j !

.TMtuWtyedited n attractive magazine for oldsters"Model b1 'fttg711' ; .. 1-Lb. Can j Reg.' $1.2 10-oz. Jar i Reg. $1.75.10-or.. Jar a Peas I 5 10-oz.Pkgs $1. 1' R9...59* Glant Box i S: Reg. 53' f ,"Quart Jor !: Reg611, Quart Jar

oldatwe,-with Interesting Inform. 1 e a : I I

EtlveLLlrttclea and taxes Local Inspiring, .health chapters.on pdltorlnls jib such were opportunity subjects organize al!, 59 $119 ; $139 i; Fries PAN.REDI VAHl-INGFROZENFRENCH, FROZEN. 5 Jar Bog SHRIMP lb. 99': ::; 48 .I:: 39 4' ., !:I, 49 J,

flf where social folks activities cnn cnjny make* variety new "' .\Comport Quality and Price Compare Quality ond Prlct :Famous Quality Low W.D Price ; Cocktail 3 Pkg. 69iCompon; the wash and-"the price J Comport Quality and Prki {Fomoui Quollty Low W-D Prlc*

friends: and !participate actively In
Association" aHaln.Arranllemenll it t 'Jii '.z.u .z.2 i.v. l"I" 'r J ,'H tf. M T' !Iit}
were made to se .
,cure drugs and annlhnccs! Joe E "A'
;,"members at iihstTnilnl discount EXTRA, I LB 49. Nr.
,,U>rough NTIU-AAHP drug stores. sill;N GREEN+IWwR.N.a.Na STAMPS I I sill, GREEN STAMPS BAC ,.. ,

'pendabje;:BecoBnlzlnn sick end the accident need for In 1111'dc.. I ,oh IMa'::Lt t.RAe NR' a1N "IIN.M TIIl1.aD wM TM'"'OUa 1' ON'NO I'4 MOtNR.LO. ..... FRESH JUICY FLORIDAORANGES,, t ,Iy.'s

ooze older folks nt a rot WI h. Deviled crabS hri'plEllOjlEO' 549i' .
11 '1'( micro, f.' 1n II IIGOOD'I -R 'tlOOO tHM NOVIM.H 14THMR "
were ado with a notlnnnrlnl'lr.'J' T......WI.... n's fl.. el/
ante'compuny to provide policy ATANVWNNa5n FRESH JUICY FLORIDA
protection hospital pitlenls.for hospital doctor's and fees out., I XSTAMPS EXTRG'fruit 5 BAG G'49F.'
nursing home I'ONt. .
Many members .I.I.6 ,,
In travel but complainedthat TWe IN, MIT"** r ON. AAa.+ : i IO.Lb.
most avail iblc tours ,, '' lrcx 'Bakers 79
moved Fruit Pies [ yle;: v Ba;,! ,
too fast for them and provided ,
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Oao01TNRV MavINanea1R r ,; TMAY : '
little or no consideration tor the txart13 $ //f. NOVIMtill salt ,
aged arA r wiNA : r r t
"Thehelncintion; promptly let up r 'HIIII' Apples!lbL 391 ,I ta -
a travel bureau and employed a EXTrlEXTRA ,

ping tour. :for director.travel When rites you with, go a groupof shop. sill iMIMWronMMA\GREEN STAMPS I d7! GfiEEN.STAMPS U S:"NO. I YELLOW Fresh A JcgJer"Youpg '

half NIM M1 Yw ,
ever a million behind
you ,
ONI IRe11N Onions G39
It Jars hard to Ret Just about any. CHUN KINO ONI S "LI" ft*' '
thing you want at rock-bottom y( .Dinner For 3 < Fig Bars aooo / I Pole I BEANS
Prttel,,_ J Oooo THRU Nov....... '4." FzJ OOOD TH.u NovRNRIR INr N
If you are Retting along In J, iT 413.. ,
An wosoounN ., 'I'
yean and are concerned with the ____ At AMY WNW"alO

white tO'Qrl'future; to It Ethel will Investigate Percy be well Andrus AARP worth AARP Write your ''I EXTRA six GREEN STAMPS I EXTRA (:ThrjftYMQd\\) "

NlRA.. DuPont Circle Bldg Wash. MNN..wMMDWW. d7fTMGREENSTAMPS 2 .9

tagton/'WIIea! ,.D.deer C. 200M go/ swimming, don't .+ .Pepper ooo COOK THRU Two OUIK NOVIMII,P Steaks.FKOirN..14m. Tooth ONI TUB,.!.OLIAM.*Pasto,LAR,,.,..| I r \ POUNDS ;

shoot them. Came and FreshWater 0000 TH.4 NOv TAM
,Elsh Commlsilon ifuuls.tlone AT An.WINOMr014, "I'
-prohibit the liking of swim.N .

lghig .dtel EXT. # Juice 2l.a9
rile I .
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: STAMPS 5 { aooo Ground THRU NOVIM.IR Beef 14'N Nr rti LlqTuld 0000 TNRY A ircarin AROLO Y /A I ALL FLAVOIIS Meat Pies 5 6-1.1

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