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Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Fernandina Beach news leader
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John H. Perry
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Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).

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Fiesta Activity In Full Swing


i Record Field For Golf Tourney; 184 In Today's Pro-Am

Fcrnandlnt *
The third annual
Golf I Miss Pat Brodie Parade Today Will
Beach $3000 Invltsllonal ;

with local Tournament the links pro.began amateur At press this event time morning at the 48< p ; ,. Chosen Queen For i' "Romance Of Eight flags" Herald Other EventsOf

teams were entered and play wag
expected to continue until late afterniM Fiesta CelebrationBefore Fiesta Week

The'n large, field Indicate an audience of approximately .: : lives
Kmhdv a parade: 1I11c'IIIIIIY' )
Ihat a record number will com. 500, seated In front of the Premiere Here Friday Night /alls"' lo nil tin i I'X"III'IIIIt" ,,t til
)pile In the Invitational. portico al the Recreation Center, .,. i li' ll\e l'I'll'bl'illllln,
Friday, Satin'dav and Sunday, ProFit Miss' Pat Brodie. 18, of St, Mary, Minimum! from the Mulne
Maltsnn has said that the field Ga was crowned, Queen of I the W.'htlulI' Sial Ion nl S It,,'
will be limited to 220, W4a "Fiesta of 8 flags last nlkhtMnp 1 High :his felt, (thl' 4iK).year IliMcilcul !Smlclv of Amelia Island the fill with. Hit'" Soilh and! Siulli lurid/ In lined tip in luu pin, nulls
hlnlotj' if f Ant'lid Mud will bi Hidiv and tunnel
lovely ladles from Saturday evenIng pit \ldinu singe inlriiNccKItev
young The. Hut I t HI'i'lion will IM lia Rudy York tournament rh lr. Georgia and Mnrlda romixted for prellt'lII"t I In it hii| i'tin'ill ir on th"1 at 8 o'l'Il1d lin lit 1111111'1 mall. nairulirMill tin .Hull HlMlmnv I'urol, Slur
nun. hit what would have been the Idle In the first mnt of the parade o'Minds lit Hit( (linili by Background hut the huge stage I Mlalllt! ) atop the rnm|>ait t us IhrScram III II ,I\oiiiiublimils iliiMilniint:
the Gdiiidl. 1 Dumun Liimmt (Inull, will be the lantern: rampart of are .nutted. bilouMuiilu ',
annual beach celebration
a big shot fur any of the c,m- opening /out Hi'i'M in,Una Iliaih/ I'olie, 'lulI .
piling I |,ro,am It'amshen he which Mill continue through! June (iiillnv of Jaiksinvilli. I uul l hy 8 Muilno Color (:uaril,
played a priiellre round for 10 Isriliulir if UK uillKlle tint unit UK. iruk' Yl'l'liandlllli' i |Brach| : '
the tourney York hit the bull first runniriip wan fcrnandina a cast of nun 1 thllll 1 KM), (Mini' Illkli SI'IIIM,1,| Hand/ will b,' I thl' cml .
Into the cup on No 6 for hl. own, Miss Mai' 'tli' Hnwinn, sponTid nunibiiH, will In pi'i'si'nli( 'd hi' the liiuil, priudinu tin iliunl
second an the Iocs' bv the enmnclina Beach I Julinni Sdioil It,1 the Dunce tin I tII'II'8
course. With the markers near yto I Wornin Cli:b, iklntf/ second Bean Silmol. ul Diiiielntf, und the In tin list( cur/ iaiiliu: tin
the buck of the tee and the oleat place was MINI Joann Scott of Ballet Guild Dunns ol Jjikh. Siinnlsh, and Anurlian II,ms, I the
the extreme bark of the Starke who was sponsored by I vllle, I linsul General; of Spain, Jinn. It
green York 2.wood .shut was 'Company 1 D. National Guard, Such finiou iharodirs h Ilio Puiullmli. ... of Millml11I rid..
egtimut'd to have traveled I Starke, tr Islands hlsloiy, lo be |Mrtiavcilare Hill) MM, Jay Bnlils, president"
about iW' yard. Witnessing the | Miss Brodie was crowned by I'llI'rul; Duncan I I.umllill of111'\ imral I Duncan I I., Chili'
shot were (;I'n Haas and Itay Mayor F:, J, Johnson! and presented Clinch, dreu Mueliugor, Jinn llsliikul' Siw'lety and herd, liw,
Caldwell, membi of the tourney a spray of red roses and hand. Hibuull Louis Amy, Dona I Jhd.MIIt'GI'I'II.'r'8 illin pnsldint of the Clmniliir'
committee some trophy She also received I la. wife. Philippe the I1 Commerce,
Rift certificate for $too from the Witch and! hinny. many mine, rdlrxuim will be Nusniin lUpie.pinlillvc .
Entrants who have been getting Fernandina Beach Merchants Ann, r K In the gland fin lie. the Amu I .. Claude Wliikite!: Hairy
In practice rounds this week say and a $10 gift certllleate from WI1 can Li glni lolor Guard: will:: In I'oile, chairman of the
that the course Is In excellent con. I McCranle of McCranie Apart. I composed :(of" Mi; 'Mil Uuuxhirlj: (11]nly Commission, and :Mayor
dilion and have had high praisefor meets, Each' runnrrup received atrophy ail I Elbert Gill, Tom Kaney and Law. f;, J, Johnson,
the .bcasidc layout t rtu renee ShankArriving Tim dlgnullrles Hill be folliweil
The teams are gunning\ Others compiling for the title I todav lo npnsinl bu proiisslon of the f:luhl Haw 1
for the WaycroRS team of Pro were Miss Sharon Wiggins of StMarys I Spain one il the 8 flags iindir i'an,'lid by cars and flouts,

Doc Green, winners of the event Dew'lit Weaver, Jr. affable lie tied for 4th place, just 3 Ga., sponsored by the StMarys which the Inland was ruled, l INI In the second unit of tin para It!
the pant two years, They scored a I young\ / pro who presently calls shots behind Mason Rudolph In Woman Club: Miss Bir. I I Consul Gl'lIerlll Juan Paralluda of will be! a I Drum und Twirling
sensational 13.under par 59 last Birmingham Alabama, hi"me, dls the Tennessee Open National Miy bara Ann Beach; sponsored by the Miami The Florida Stjie Ilixlorl Corp I lotion JaikHiuivllli. liiaih:
year to cop top honors, cusses his entry In the $5000 In. 14.17, The following week he shot Brunswick Lions Club; MlsI" Carol eat Sot'It'tv will be represented as MHS| fiesta of 8 flags," Miss
Pros will be shooting fur the vltatlmal Tourney with Rudy Yoik 1.6-."2.'6 for 286 In the PGA Ann Mallard ot Callahan epon.sutured will Goveinor Farris liryiuit Mrs, "Put Brodie on the Queen haul, a
first prize money of $1000 In the general chairman, before: tee'ng' Memphis Open/: I b) Armstrongs Gift Shop; I II I W, J, Lewis, iiiusln of the gitver (Continued on Page Two)
Miss Jeanette Groover. Klngsland, Y ria. will be his repiiHcnutlve, *
Invitational with Jimmy McCoy off Tuesday to get the feel' of Weaver is the son of Mr, and nor
Palm Beach, defending 'I Ga. sponsored by Gary Gowen, Regrets have bun ruclvecl from
of West 1 the course Mrs Dewllt Weaver, Sr of Mobile Vespers and Picnic
seeking to ret 11n his '* Mty; Marie Smith, Jacksonville the Embassy of several of the
tlU champion.. R L Miller of Waycross, I I Weaver last venr, who graduated turned pro from In Aprilof LiO. ,from, 'Daddy JaiksnMlK' Weaver. Is I who former halls I! Beach sponsored by Dcane Studio '! (II other osinlrles) i* At City Ball Park -

.. .who: !lost to McCoy" in a thrilling !*ock:High! :! iUiooX-Lubboqk: ; "T Wand fuetball. ooMhi who. played vAfltb f : and "Sally Roche Jackson. Tit. a'"f'' aL ......\lttr- tnt,'11 To Conclude Fiestar
nnisft last yeah Is also back fat attended.-Southern Method( : ,Bob Inlands Volunteer aU Ute t vllltf-brrrfiteh; :Novelty 'Shop ,, al. comnttttt..., meschaola; rte" ,haveexerted : "
another try at Dallas lor 4 years on a golf( University: of Tennessee and later Judges for the evening, enunlet.. t\eiy eflirt lo make flits The Pi:rfumll. \ BMcTl' Minimi/
Other pros rated as good belt scholarship cone lied I at Mississippi' State and itlon were, Waldo Norris of Channel GENERAL SIR .RbC.OR MacGRKGOR; and hi. beautiful the most spectacular tvcnt ever lal Alliance will sponsor a .family
for the top spot are DeWltt Wea While assistant pro at Preston Texas Tech I 12 TV, Jacksonville: Herb I Spanish" wife nre two of (the major character being; lo be! staged here, Ihe costuming Picnic and Vesper, service from 3
ver, Jr of Birmingham, Tommy Hollow Country Club at Dallas Weaver Is the grandson of Mr, Shelley. manager of the Jacksonville portrayed in the "Komanct of Eight/ Flags,". to bt pre. I II extravagant. and Uuhllng( and to 7:30: p,m, Wednesday, Juno 10
Jenkins of Jacksonville, Gibby Weaver took first place In the Beach Chamber of Commerce special effect fantastic as a part of the Fiesta this year
Gilbert and Bill Kennedy of Ml Texas Assistant Pros' Tournament Sadie Sheffield of this city and I t and Mr Sllgh of Sligh'aGown ented Friday and Saturday evening on the parade Advance ticket sales are being I I The families of the churihes if

amt Tommy Lowe of Macon, Ga. at Arlington, Texas, his first tour. nephew of Shlell Sheffield and I I Shop Jacksonville They /grounds at Fort Clinch. handled by MuyCohuis Jueknon fcrnandlna Beach will gather ell
Vic Bass of Palm Beach Lloyd I I nament, Mr, Cecil Picket! (Continued on Page Three) i the clly park lo enjoy (the fellowship .
Watts Sr, of Cocoa Beach, Teddy j vllle and the Krnuiullna Beach that comes caking bread
Ghloto of Panama City. Martin' Sheriff DestroysTwo Marker Unveiled At First Presbyterian I Chamber of Commerce. Lewellen's together, There Hill be hymn

Beckman of Savannah Lei Stev. Summer Program Local Youth Found I i Waas 1 Drug Store Beckers Phur. ins, special music. a devotional
(Continued On Paie ,Two) Stills Near Miss Kathleen Divis ,JUnKcc mediately fillowlng/ I the Sundaynornlngjxrrvjie macy Meyer Gift Ship Sues meditation and I great time togi .
II'.-I( ':" '' Chester On 28 I lilt,it Untlilcr/ of Mr, and Mrs\ Mitpl/ and le, tauianl, Oieun View 'HUM',
For. Youth'Gets'Underway Guilty By Jury On 1.I W. Hardie Jr" unveiled the his.tirlcal Mayor E. J: Johnson delivered Motel Oman ,Terrace Motel Seaside Fach family will prepare a plr
Boat Races Will The Sheriffs Department reports' muiktr at the first Prcs. the welcome address! and litany Motel Golden Isle Milici!, hurl nor supper and will cat as family
having smashed two stills last j bvlerlan Church. taut Sunday, The T Allison. Jr, the history of the Clinch Stale Park, Wlnn.\Dixie and ll groups
Be Fiesta Feature June 1 15 I I Stabbing Charge I Thursday. May 28, TIII'Ywe church Is celebrating their one. church, i Fwd .fair In \ulee at Yulee Su.1 I, The rnlnlsliis of the* city urge

I II both In the Chester area a quirltr hundred,sixth annlursary, The Girls Ensemble. under the per Market and In Callahan ul yam and your friends to attend
Coach Wayne Benner announced I! After hearing testimony for two mile I apart, six hundred yards The cireminv look place Im (Continued on page two) Marsh Gulf Slatli, you Hill be happy that you did
Sundry AfternoonA this neck that the annual Summer I days, a Circuit Court Jury cast ul' Chester road j' --.

Program June 111 13 get All underway and on I I eraled bring!! Ir about a i guilty nn hour Verdict dl'lIb'l One still was wrecked at I Ia Of The The Little Miss Fiesta .
large I eld of racing boats Monduy. boys I local .m, and the other ut 9,30 p,m, Just A Few Many Entries In Pageant
girls, bin years of age coil over' a youth on a dabbing charge :
and the usu 'I 1 thrilling!! races are Both stills had a 500 tall: ,in cup 'I
asked to register al the high Artjiiilwd mnlty of ravaUd
on tap for the regatta set for Sunday are I' nK only.Mabe's,
afternoon, as a feature of the school Gym at nine o'clock. Plenty assault Is Leroy Fullard, 19, In
of 1 Is scheduled base of I
activity as the blabbing an 18.year.oldNI'Jro
Fiesta of Eight Flags, ,
RestaurantTo 4
ball basketball budmintin, golf ( youth Melvin Johnson on
The races are sponsored jointly ping pong tennis and volley ball April 5.Testimony, ,
by the Fcrnandii: Beach Boating Open Saturday
are some of the games the young. In the
Club and the Nassau County Commission case showedf I 0
and haidsome trophies Biers will be able to participate I that a .bit nut Ion developed! bclwicnfullurd Mabcs Restaurant, formerly +

are ready for the winning drivers, In and a group of Negro 1>Dorscy on South 8th SI.. will open
It Is requested that no child under youths In front of a downtown for business Saturday evening al
The activity will set underwaywith six years of age be allowed to sundry .store on the night In questinn I 6,30 and remain open until 12 :201 I f
I drivers meeting at 12:30 come to the school because with a,m, Dally hours thereafter will K
and the races will be.In at 1:00: so many games going on. It will Fullard defense was based on be 10:30: a m, until 12:30: am. ay h $ 'qua e
The race course will bo lei up be dangerous for the youngsters his statements that one of the I Specialty of the house will be '' T'fi
on the Intracoastal Waterway and to be on the campus Negro youlhi used profane language pit bar.b.quc and may be purchased r 'h11 c r
may bo viewed from the city marina The prolram11I be a doily affair In front I of a girl \\ hoI a. I I by the pound or side.
the Florida Waterway Wei parked In front of the store with Seafood, chicken, steaks and
come Station and the city dicks, I getting underway at eight i her boy friend I chops will be served also, furthir
Continued<(< on Page Three o'clock and continue until noon TAB 'At
The ddcmlant stated that he Information may bo fuund In an tw w
and resuming at one until three, (Continued on Page Three) ad In-this Issue, t>rs ss

'II Stephen Beckett Named To Receive; Rayonier; Scholarship; _Gee Illt'r! 'real 1.veur wilted.old about Joyce Tlner II all l ,

A wee bit shy but mighty daughter ofIr.: and :Mm Jel-
sweet and all dressed up for ale TuirrSeuorlU ,
Sleplun L linked! rciniindma the photographer Illlle Judy Bikinis arenl only for the
Beach lids bran awarded the Hay Ann William., two.year-old French Riviera according
r l enter foundation four year edIcge daughter of :Mr and Mrs lo this Illlle doll. Robin Black A real bathing beauty S. w l1y
Hholamliip. mending!! li an James Hll'lam' welder daughter offr.: and year.old Valencia \Diibhrrly, !
announcement Issued today by (the Mrs Gene. Blackwrlder daughter of Mrs, Joanne Dub.
scholarship selection committee brrly, I It

composed of Gordon T Butler,
John T, We'Inner, and U L, Raus n rl s
chert This Is the ninth Hayonier
four year scholarship awarded In .I r

;; s Nassau County, r.w.
Eleven graduating seniors, re ?
presenting all high schools In Nassau .y
County submitted qualities
Each applicant was judged on a r'nej
merit basis, conxidirmg. hull N y
I school grades. school and outmdi
luI tf ;;,
activities personality and to some r,
extent on the basis' of need aSephiested

j The successful candidate, re .Jt';
cede a $300000 scholarship.
which may be used In any m. t II.. 1 iMw
I ;
credited college In Florida,
t : ala, Alabama, North Carolina or (alhrrln Michel: De.
South Carolina In any field the Berry, age :. daughter If Mr.
candidate chooses, All dressed. up and" ) Hilling and Airs. James VI, DeBerryt s
STEPHEN lIEChhTT. 196& graduate at rernmdma Reach High School IH recipient Beckett maintained' an excellent little Ihree.yrar. dainty Illlle goun Lynn \'nl.! A real "' toe In Illlle Mho has lust arrived tram s
of the Rjjonier scholarship! being; presented b>' Bryan RiuNchert. resident. manager, scholastic record during his four old blonde Trrrle Ennls, ere .( Miami granddaughter Mary Joyce Love Il/Or''far. Spain with her pareils U visit ,
Fernandina Division 1 Pictured are Raymond Gouvh FBHS principal; Beckett. Raus- years of high school: and made an I daughter"' of Mr. ui Mr. Arm.aaeit /Mr and Mr*. E. Viler *tAmeJU .daughter of Mr. and Mr*. her iraodBirtnlt' Mr. u4Mrs.

,phert: ; Gordon ButUr and John NNeisner, member of the selection committee '? (Continued on Pegs Three) Enali. Clt,. __, W. I. Lon, __ Charles BHUI' ---l..


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.rllile Two dr. Beach florida( 'IDumiaj'. 4, I Wedding Saturday I
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I were Diane Hollind. daugKter siI bow will be the new 1(GI fiber. In Folkston, Go. I
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: Will I Mr. and Mrs :None Holland; Dar. I film bouts I>> by rllto.Craft and i 1
lene Nunez, daughter of Mr. and Cobla A 13 ft. flberglaas showboat I ) The wedding of MIMI Barbsnl
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Contmicd! Trcm Page'! One' Mrs J. L 3unec, Patricia Bolt's : by Cabin will lie highlighted. Lee Tlnklpy to Arthur Allm fa IKlmu
daughter ol Mr. and "tm'a. G W' The (ruth rqulptxd( 'wIth! a nets will be n1emnl/' Saluldat; IIuIIP
fnimber of boats from Herb White' Boles; C\nthia Lee Moore\ daughter GJdin :Melon t I' 40 lip Johimon' out( 1 I Iuuu't 6, at A o'cloek at tin fN,"; I
Outboard Sales ridden by model of :Mr and Mrs B. C Moore: bow mot">r map Ible of itperdt" ill Asse-noly of God Chuiili HI' "10111(| I
'of Charlenc Ftuhlnnn) In Intel Jo>'ce Titter, daughter of Mr mid J I dyer! *(0) inpli< will alllO l lit UM> I un, Georgia, I

coeds; little Kim BarnliHrdl,. !MM. Jesse Tlner Laura (7itm'toI ." starter limit for the Oitbn.ird) The bride-elect Is the (Img*', !
Little Miss Fiona (,f 1X3! the I Diitsi, ilnuvlm: I.r.I Mr, and Mrs I fiuus mi Kind:' iv, IIf, I'V and Mr*. Djxlil p ]TNI, I
Mlnlstcr'al! Alliance float "Dun I Irtff" I IW, V. iJiitsun. ; Pi'ridn'! Orunidmiihrrof Now turnrlxtoCraft will bi I II tit4rptI Ocv uf>f lithe rlly Mr, KiiHv a"1, !
:: A Vncilion From God;" aaatp I : Mr, aud Mrs CliHilvi I the 110 lip lnl, ard.hufbollrd. 17 It pan'nil lire Mr and Mr- s0i0\ |

i of dd tars dihcn by memo Grant Itienda Cave Bill and all flhpiulass double side boil ,- iSI Ktnvlinw, Ilf' M. GrwRp (..uirj, I
"Wis ot ibe rbertliup Quartet; I ?**li a B e'ii;, daughters: of Mr; and:: I A full line uf Johns hll.tu"l I Immediately, fullnwmu UK ,vtl> Iniiny

\3&C: SlicrUfs Motvr Patrol: the.J.o.or Mrs Charles Bell, Mlrhelc He- and Mjrray trailers: will \ I I FRFK AND FAST hdp for follows like me and Wood a reception will hi mid ? I

Chamber uf Commerce Berry, uuiglitrr of S/SKt and slmn : Dear Helen: I want to( retire Lets alll'1'ltr moie lc'u1rn. HIP ehuitli: All friends HIM! r.lj. I
mJlWy entry: and l loot l, but nit I' Mrs James DiBorry.; Itililnniackweldrr Presenting the latest It toHhlcns soon, start I new "giliUn, life I WI CJNSIN.NEED :;. thin iit'llie, couple are "maui' ,p h I
Tium I number of local andl. hiip'itcr of Mr and from tliarlenes Hi 4:30: each ol fnc'.ose! ivme S'clnl' 'Security 'J''S.i' : : : I1FLP 0'1A/ PROBLFMT( nuut'niI.) I
u 1"'tf mutinied hllr I'R. Mm Gcno la.'klleltkr"llelll'loi; 1 the two days till be, midils Or. linns linn miidi Suclil;() 1 Suu.itVctn Wile. : to Ild<''n Atpcit) \nlIlJIIIII; :
-the.. parade will disband at the Diibhulv, laiikhtcr: of Mrs. JoanneDjbbei I vcra I'urclni Mavis troppn. I draw next Senior! Ccnlir, Ll'Illrhc'rt'R, J"a3til .
h and Consul Pmullaci.i willeat'orted Iv. Kathryn Pclns, Nrt'le Peters, I year MORI ISDrtr : Picnic send, a Kcir. Marker Unveiled
;::t;: to :Mid S.ullipl'11I'1't.< lAna! Gave rrecmin, daughter PauUi, Laura SnrcnsLO I Mrrrlut 0, ly Ihi' Sid.ilSeodr addicsKcd .nv<'li pe Or write to hi'-
.tn- will be in icsidincc during Ills, I of Mr and Mrs Lonnlc Freeman; I Nola Uwd'di: Kulhy irham: I ;ly officials ran aiiwer your newspaper, Ask fur the flee list 01 iConl nned From 1'aqp (One I Idireilion

Judy Ann Williams, daughter at | Artie Stein, IIlrllSapp/ \ Gill :Me.Kendiee I flllllltlU' property brcuuse they booklets cent with the mpllmtnw; of :'11'1. Evelyn: Arm:4,1,

-Corp. V. C. Amoiion of the Fhr. I Mr. and Mrs. James Williams; I find Ilaba Bryce Cliar. ace the only people with accfss toyour of this column. provided the music I
,.14a|(} Highway Patrol la In chaige Cindy Ann Tounsend, daughter of lene will' be the commentator, ; working records. Go tee them. Rev John Dozier pastor of. UK I

of the escort for the Consul from I Mr. and Mrs, Fred Townsend; Many of the boats to be seen I I But I can help pave your way with I Pvt. Rickie RitterParticipates church Rave the Invwatlin and I
immon Alrpirt at Jacksonville, to I Mary Joyce Low, daughter of Mr. at the claw are In the parade this a 26,page, FREE booklet culled also presIded during Die cr\kt I I
"F 'roaodiaa Beach. end :Mrs Willlim II Low; TcrrleEnnls afternoon Adding glamour to the "Your Social Security" Inurd by In Rev Nelson Meyer pasitr oil

.., daughter of Mr and Mrs I I entries were Laura Sorensen, Security Administration. I AF Maneuvers the Memorial Methodist Chunk, I
Reception for Consul Armancst Ennls; Kathy Dianne vera Ferrelra Artl Seln I llodal them 1.* a tupermarkcl. U Army, pronounced the benediction. I
Mr, and Mrs A. G. VcArthur I Knight, daughter of Mr and Mrs McKendrce and Kathy cer.1 yoi want It, while pronto to me atNational NEEDLES CAT IF. (AHTNC) Approximately two hundred
11'11Ge\ boots at a reception! hon. Floyd Knight, Lee Nora Jo Win.I Don't (need ta see the Kim Birnherdt! -Little Miss Fiesta of 1963, Ia shown Senior Center, i Army Pvt. Rickie lOiter sen ol members and citizens nitcmkdl

oring Consul Parallada at their gate doughIer: of Mr\ and Mrs boats and fashions, Friday with lit and 2nd runnersup Cindy Townsend left, and Aorei .. 1316 Please! Itud.1 Mrs trlssie flitter 302 S. Sixth the service, I

"ipme at Amelia City Friday even. Claude \\lngate; Susan Carter Saturday at the Recreation Ceil- Donna Holland. The new Little MM will be chosen tonight; stamped, aelf-addreoacd envelop!1I St, participated In Exerc!se DES.

tog preceding the premier of the I daughter of Mr. and Mrs Eugene let In the contest to begin at 7 p.m. at the Recreation Center.U ERT STRIKE l Joint Army and Baptist Vacation I

historical spectacular) Romauoc(! Carter; Laurie Llplnskl daughter, FIESTA BALL CUPID T I II I,Air Force maneuver Involving
plight= Flags" of Mr and Mrs Henry Llplnskl; I Dear Helen: I know you don t play mom troops being held in thetristate Bible School

MoO. I I Susan Lynn Valero, granddaughter i The annual Fiesta Ball will be i Of Go. Golf I Golf TourneyContinued Cupid, but I appeal to you. I'm a area of California ATIlona Begin June 8 I
LITTLE MISS FIEm CONTEST of Mr. and Mrs' E, Valero; I costumed aflair this year and Is Award PresentedTo widow In my middle 50s, chl'dren'! and Neveda ended May 30.

:::: From a total of twenty-four Carol Batchelor. daughter of Mr being sponsored by American Leg ( from 'eae One) I married own my home work In a The exercise allowed opposing The Vacation Bible Scholl of the I
little misses who had entered the I and M... James E. Batchelor; Ian Post 54. Post Commander T. Jimmy Ewing I mental hospital nearbv I am DES. Joint Task Forces primarily me. Five Puinls Baptist Church \iilll'
ii ,contest to select the 'Little Miss and Karen Ann Tuuevtlle, daughter W. TUman has engaged Ed Jin. Jimmy Ewing, son of Mr, and enson of Keystone Heights and PERATELY lonely Please, please I I chanked and armored forces a begin on Monday, June 8. and I
.Ffeta' of 1964 at entry deadline I of Mr and Mrs, Carey Turbe.vllle rights Oicheslra, featuring Linda Mrs. J. P, Ewing recently added II Nnrrle Wright of from Srlva the Marina Jack. help me maximum of Initiative continue through June 12. I
Wednesday one little heart.throb I Alter as vocalist The dance will another honor It his growing list Pros competing PHYLLIS. In combat techniques and Ucties Rev, Thomas Hicks, I lie now I
will capture the crown tonight i BOAT AND FASHION SHOWS I begin at 1/ p.m: at the Municipal when he was presented a plaqie -nvllle area are Lew Chaff Lou Dear Phyllis Two months ago I A major objective of the mancuv- pastor of the church will he the I
Jre MacDonald. Fred
...TJlc all-important event' and equ. Auditorium, Costumes will be optional for Golf one of the 9 athletic activllies suggested a little Idea! for the lone- I er was to develop joint operational principle of the school I
-ally' entertaining, will be held at Herb White Outboard Sales will I Tlekcts are on sale by for which awards are pee. Akel Bob Larsen Manuel Pope ly. I'm told It to working Here ttla. tactics to Insure tint Army end All children ages 3 tliroiUi! 1C, I
the Recreation Center from 7 until I again feature an all-family Boat Legionnaires or may be purchased aented to one student In that field I Fred Ghloto, Leonard YOl'n.fou! Start a club for DIM and women Air Force units can dral decisive are 111\lied to aitcndFernandina .

8:30: p,m. Show during fiesta\ week, with at the door Saturday evening with the highest scholastic achlevemcnt I rice Walsh!Potter and rf Roy Miami McCsRklll Is defending Held meetings l Ia your home I I ly as a team In all situation

Each little coquette alwiM' captures (Charlenc, ladles wear shop furnishing : SHRIMP BOAT RACE Jerry amateur champion but It Serve refreshments Focus 01a Ritter, assigned/: to the Stun En. Beach
the hearts of the judges and the latest In sportswearfaahulsuoa At press time Clayton Sanders, The award made at the I I theme of "usefulness" In your cane gmcer Battalion at Fort Leonard
I : I was Is not kncwn as yet If he will enter I, NEWS LEADER
who Is with and It make It a mental I II In
Including beach and assisting a new a easy I Wood, Mo, cnlere-d the Army
the audience, nuking It a tense University of Gcorglis 'G" Day this ymca event. A number ,
of the Fiesta health club to help patlcnUNo baklc 511 Ash Street-Phone: 3GH4
boating wear, sports apparel and exciting event announced your November 19G3 and completed
exciting contest to choose the! Game
. ,, of local amateurs and a large
vacation ensembles I a possible 8 or 10 entries I (: dies no cumbersome By-laws combit training at Fort Jack. Kay (aldwcll, Ml'1a/l..r.F.dilor/
..wlnmr. The selection this year Jimmy, a sophomore at the University field of tailors are expected toswell I I
Smile! Over. '
for the hat Service with a Thursday ant
were registered Shrimp son, S. C. FuD'ifihcd: every
will\ be equally diitliult from all The boat and fashion shows will Is a member of the golf. the registration 1 1I
Boat Race to be held Sunday on night you'll find new friends maybe at the Pun: Office, Ftrn
I III ol entered
indications, : alter noting the lint of be held two diys, Friday and Saturday leg team He arrived home Wednesday On Friday night the golfers and i The JB.year-old soldier son
contestants, many of whom are.Pictured irom 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., Amelia River, immediately follow. and is entered In the current I I holders of season tickets will be Cupid too. At least you've gotyour Lester Kilter 601 S. Eighth St., 1 1I I andina Beach Florida, as second

"... in this vdition II tt the Recreation Center I log boats the, including Outboard many Races who Shrimp will Invitational Tourney at the guests at a free fish fry near the I door open-! I I attended Feinandma high I School. eiu-- mall-ma'tr.., -
.the entries late Wednesday Featured in the! family boat -
house and Saturday night
Fernandina Beach Golf Course club on
will for
not enter the race, parade I II
..... the spectators I participants! will be guests at a Helen: You mentioned Hydroponics ii

.... ..." Bob Springer! at Yulec, Radio I hospitality hour, also at the clubhouse I In I recent column hn't t 'i OPEN. SATURDAY
-,.. .. CRAWLERS CONTESTOne WPAP, or the Chamber of Commerce this the way to grow vegetables: I' .

of the latest events to be I annual The tourney event by Is sponsored the Femandina! as an without any soil? It fascinates me JUNE 6 AT 6:30: P.M.
TO MY FRIENDS I heard there Is window-till gardening -
: :: scheduled
added to the activities
Is a Crawlers Contest for the TEENAGE BALLA I Beach Chamber of Commerce, with hydroponics Have you CLOSE 12:30:: A. I.MABE'S .

diaper set, to be held at the beach "ball" U being planned for seen this? Is It good for a lobby? I
Monday afternoon at 430.; Here the teenagers Tuesday A. SurfBoard License Applications Where can I get real Information fSAM RESTAURANTSOUTH

f' IN NASSAU COUNTY the sub-sub-sub teens will compete contest Is set at 8 a.m. (togo Now Being Mailed I II I
r lor the honor of being the with the tide) and Bind Board I I Dear Samt Hvdroponlcs la a EIGHTH STREET

. ... fantest an all.fours. Mathers may era are Invited to come at 9 a.m. To Retail Merchants thrilling hobby and the results are I Try Our Specialty Delicious Bar-B-Que
, .. enter youngsters at the event or There will be a Pop Beauty Con. drllclons! I have seen admired
: From grateful heart comes In advance, at the Clumber of test, with all the gills Invited to TALLAHASSEE Applications and eaten squash grown right out By Pound or Rib Sides
a my for the annual Retailers Store
Commerce!, enter They will come! as they are I of window bones My favorite to. :
: : [ License for 1064.fare\ being, mail. Steak Seafood Dinners
vitamin-packed! Chicken -
sincere thanks to those who nom. I on the! beach. From 8 to JLjim, matoes are those I
ed out this weekend to than
ART SHOW there will be a free dance U. Ihe more hvdrcponlci tomatoes along wltu

, ,t' ittated me to ,he Office of Supervisor The Art, Show one al the most Remallon Center on the pal in I 60001 I Director dealers of. the J.Florid Ed Straualm Revenue, crunchy nutritious cucumbers You ORDERS TO GO PHONE zei-sow:
and In the game room at the Rec.I can grow them all at home. SchoolchIldren
''* popular uf th, Fiesta eventa last Commission, said today.
of Reglitrotion.I '
Center Music will be provided by are winning p117.t'1 In I .
I '
year Is being held again this year ;, StranKhn points. out that the 1963( '* --4 -:- .or'
"The Bot any Four All teens ire science exhibits with their hycliopnnlcs
on Saturday at the Recreation Center I legislature increased the delin.queiu
cordially Invited to attend all IIII'I I portable forms." A El I ir-
1 I pledge to to the best all day. Pointings are bring activities! which promise! 1 14 1 be penalty to $250 a quarter .Ida ctglitseelng attraction Is the Ii.acre .
serve you rnlercd Irom Atlimti and the Jack rr fraction thereof and set the .
fun for all I hydroponics farm at
'sonvillc Hindi Alt Guild as due date for July 1, the beginning WAIT'TIL
:7 of ability and truly hope I 'Acres.. Unite to Hydroponics! In.
my your as a large number of local \1'1'11// OTHER EVENTS !ott the fiscal\ year, lorroatinn Service Box 416 Ichlgh
confidence in will be work I The penalty previously was two
sill send
me justified. evening will he deviled Acres, I'a.! S 91G. They
cent per month alter 60 days
TEES DAY Ml'SIC FESTIVAL. to Bingn at the Recreation Center I I per lifter the due d'ltl'I hlch was September you Information, and If your club
I / Carson MoKcmlrre Is cl'airman I Krcup would I Ike more Informullun.) JUNE STH & 6TH
An all day Music Festival and 1. There is no grace period$ there Is a t8 mm color. film avail
Gratefully, : Teen Day Is being! staged Tuesday I and units I'It7un to come I 1 under the amended act able FREE.
out I f for nn evening .
at the bcaelt Among the musicians It was explained that a seasdiiiil FOR
I Saturday Is Carnival Day at IV! '' .
,' stort' would not become dollnqumU
and slnucrs entered at pi ess time DISABLEDDear
1 beach, with a number of ivinls until after the date of its
Doretky lie, the llnotenannles. The White and contest scheduled In addition Helen: I Just read about Used
Jeffreys Bologh opening and that a 'ncw store' VolkswagensFROM
Aroa Flannory and
Cups hili .
In weekly
lloyd! Wood our paper.nod
others there will be lots ofI"/ : udks, must apply for a license pi'lor to .
number of
'Boys, and a 1 the need t to extend, Social Security '
Inel iding hot dogs, cotton candy
wh"Re names wen not available the do:e of evening; disability boncfits to help
Paid Political I Advertisement bvrrjonc IK urged to participate etc. I IWl'dlll'sday the dUabled! I am much Interest
mid Iholil winning to have part InIhe I will conclude the Persons rcedvlng social security .
I cd', I became disabled In D ecmbor
music arc! ticked to eoot.tclr" week of activities with a vcspir cheeks are bdng urged by Social worked has
I am 5'l! Whore I MotorsIN
_'- ___ _'d_ service and family box suppir to I Security Administration to niillly. no pentium plan, Please forgive al: Brundage
, be lotuS at City Park umlir the the nearest district office! as seen
these mistakes I am ml UK
, lliuiiec whenever they change 1 typing
spilistrshlp il the Ministerial as possible
ki k
this typewriter btcause I get a < FERNANDINA BEACH
Famine's are Invited to' (their address
out of It and, If I keep uslim it may.
biliiK supper and enjcy on eun. be I will wd Iii" lmim if It. I wan* ATCOOPER'S
ito of fellowship If you send a letter to the Social
I Boyd Woid' to Knim I wrote on
Security Administration to ch inue
2'o II I WATCH FOR the airy look orl your, address make sure It In. Governor: lie- winm'to Rive- 5 ton LAUNDRYCorner
CIII to all over 6>. BulIe need!
.' address
# long summer evening dresses! eludes your full name new -, -
ten looking like country iknla and social security account
I 14th & Beech Streets
I lengthened olten In demure dotted :, number on which you are receiving Trade At Home

II I Swiss benefits. .
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... manceoThjghtFla"HiSTORICAL


; and we join in wishing all visitors to

JUNE 5-6, 1964 -- 8:00 P. M.

Fernandina Beach a happy and fun-

filled week.


... Fort Clinch Parade Grounds Fernandina Beach, Fla.

We hope that your stay will be so

enjoyable you will continue to return Directed by MAURICE GEOFFREY


year after year.FLORIDA .

Huge Cast Brilliant Costumes And Effects

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MIIM .irOMI INWUMCI ea.onasua ADULTS $1.50 CHILDREN ..75PoredeToclay

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Miss Rauschert Wins Essay Contest First Swim SessionTo SAOTA Elects Boy Scout CourtOf News-Lender' Fernnmlinn. I Reach, rioildaOlDIIMHtS Thursday. June .4,__196.1_ Page! _Three

Begin At City I Honor Slated ., .. .
I. .
I Pool On June 8 I Will L. Hardee For June 10 'tr < "WI':I .- ..

,I\ !\ : i
First session ulmmlng classes try Sim I dr, Advancement << '. '
will begin Monday. June 8, at the New President I (' mm i of the Nissan I District I

Recreation Center Pool All bets 11 u! Boy Seoul of America an.n e s'

t and IIII'lll'hD ate registered for Will Ilirdoe: of Brownsville' ,' mil this seek that a Court ofIt ... .
I Ihe first! session ate urged to be Texas was ilrrlid Pnsldrnl of \ nor will be held on Wednesdiv ,

on time and not miss any tin Shrimp \Hsiimlion, of tin ,\mericas n lit. June 10I I

The first group: of I the Monday at a milting if that iii' anballon I 1"11' Coint if Hmnr will br held .rluUe tWli"IO'I !Iir
I Wednesday classes will meet ill held In Mexico" City this I li, 'hue audit irlum at the Junior i

: I 9. 13 a.m, for Instruction: the sec week I I. II .h School aid will begin at 7:30: 'i-- I
14M l ond at 10:13 a.m.. and the third at p'lI
11:13 On these .
I : a m days Instructions : .
I will be gives In Beginners, I "i
x Advanced Biginmrt and InlerI Rotarians Hear w t s17r
,' J A,
r I mediates The Tuesday.Thursduy
classes will be as follows' :: Begin- ,
I errs and advanced Beginners\ 111 1- Riddell SpeakOn IL tt,

3V be at 9:13: 10:13.:: and 1lt3;: a.m. ,ssI

Intermediates at V. 13. Swimmers! A; Rehabilitation 't
at 10: IS and II. IS a.m.. Classes In I r1.a.A
er Junior Lite Saving will begin on "1".n ,
..... .
I I 1 July 14. at 10.00) amRegistrantns 'bi'rt M nidilill, Jr. a conn. ....(." .. \ :- """ "MIi ......- .. ..

s are now being accepted *. on Vocational: luhahilllaiinn .,;.' '.. 1...;. 1.i'.a.J6 "

for all (those not able lo \l' I the Stile Di'purl mi'nl ort { who visited the beach/! here in Intoneeir; ", still remember t the old

enter the series of classes begin (cation non giusl spuikiriidav CUMIU" a<< u Mecca for orciani: and Floridians I in search" of the tooling sea" breezes

sing for the In June second and wishing series lo enroll >111" In1 Rolary at tin Club wctkly. ) meeting The ('asinototed at the East l end of Allan tic ,\ venue, which is now the tilv'-t heath

starting recreation urea The cnjravin HUH nude from an old putnre posttard furnished by
July 13.Dyal uldill presented to the club d I Inl
T.AIM'1. AWARDS lire being presented 1o MISH Vjr. I 4f IIIII'''' In attendance by Dr. B. '. K. It. lHk\\ Xd.

jorie nisthert, center, and Mrs Marjorie thuds, by f 1 Jo'. Uimlsiv\ hood as his subjut

John Tracy, JeHup Ii> ision, H.i.vomer Inc and Greene ('CIIII'I'pl i or lliluibihtallonIt ". Graduation Held Jr. Olympic Swim

Haute t. a iklunnnd. VIlglnle.
Rauschcrt won the Other contestants I I
third annual and receivedShraher a I Make II dell engaged/ In business In Teams Now TakingRcgistrations
Pulp Paper ts ball paint pin These Dean's List I The Shrimp Aisotlallin of the J. I
simiiii Hi' 'h
alter service
say Contest sponsored Jointly by at For
win( Outlaid bapp. Tommy Americas Is an Inliinilloiml ahll. Community
Container Corporation, Rivonkr, Ted sit' Dime Lew In'lIrhl War II. II,' rcinlcredsi I
Mr In I.yn' I 'Iillion composid or Shrimp(! ASMI.11ilii e
and the Southeastern Sullon At Florida State 1 in' liming tin konin con Tin 1 if.
it Wilson\ Ted Gull'mi, Steve Beck us of Texas' cold Mixlio und Deportment Iliiriilitnf
thc Technical Asstilallon of 1111'I ullir uhiih Ingiiiiud lilklurid Kindergarten inaiidlnu Bench Is
Pulp now
ill and Jihn Gicnoflu '. of SoilhiasUrn Hshiriis I I which ,, ; uiiplnik -
and Paper Industries for high i titian ut tin Lniverslly of (' riklslialiuiis fir the Jim
received this week
cnn I lullir the
school main purpose of UiU con oigiinl/iition npusinls Fhnda, ,. He wax knduiilid with a ,
seniors her clfort.Marjorie for Olvinpic) 1'1111TI'IIIII for buvsmid
llnue lo reveal the fine slandardu shrimp Induslriis or Hnrldi Citur. I t Tin Community kimli'rt,""iilin
test IK to interest d"I in( III liuliisiri. rcliliims und .
will receive a MOO sl'lwol l sin- I girls I'trsoiiN nitin"slid
and hard work displayed by our lila, Alabama, und Ninth; und held'' Its gridiiiillin exrrist's i M.iv may
award as well as helping her spin Inn In inuring Into the Pulp and local college students. South 'al'l'IllIa' wee. implovid' by I he Male In his ;Kith at 10' : a ni. In lie Hllovv I 'iklslirby lallmg 211.oJdl. There

ear Mrs Marjorie Child win $.0. Taper tide! upon lll'illliallull trim! Miss Lucy iMal, d.mi-hlcr of r lliuIdIs nillve of Hrnin. I I 1111'nl, posltlui( 1 I ship:II:: Hill: or::1:1t t the First: t ;PnshvlirIan ; ;: : IN no charge fur this activity
.00. The riinncrup awards a Slunl '' ( u Vs iiinsilnr In tin Jaiksonvllledi Chiirih. Mrs. Fiigtni Iturd Him are lour. divisions In (he Jr nchurl I or into fin'liming Mrs! Lucille I Dvul, and Mrs Lindi dint Brach and waN In tin shrimp .
for pin and pcniil 81.t1'1'1' pit. nit, Hid I..'II hanHis all rehab dirt't'lor nl, the silmol wan assisted Olvmpiis: Midgets. 10 yearn and
tin, ir '. I .. rdi; 'nliild' Greene. daughtir! if. business hue ,tin lorto I
tiliK Him
slung UtliiliolHi many years pi ,
seated, Marilyn Evans, Kathy Hv I ilil Inn cases In N' II issnil I'miniv'. by Mrs Hugh/ Hunt und Mrs. I mult: Juniors, II and 12 years;
Mr. und Mrs W 11. liliiilielclreceived ,
hunt, Judy Lussure, and KibdlCrankhhiw IK. 1'\'IIII..lly gulag lulu the I moving to thus IIh\ lilt lie vis II "I i king( with the hiullli d'pllrlI Clllf Milnnls Inluiniilliilis, 1J and U years;
such Idtirs Its hue will ii riiinils
''Pilip I liKiuiiillv nose IlIrH, n and 10 .
| mil Piper' Inlil s.'n >iarn
I They ure us follows: and relillvis mil ultimling I III After the welcome and prayer
liar Miss Dvul: i other business lull'lists lure Hi I Ihr' ; spi: ;::iki::r ndd that I hi Is ac.srndit t SOIIM, the boys In the (cliss mmpltle .
known pi' iiluur if lln it built wish to contriilulate for has held many proiiilm prs1." Irirrrtll. Mivlu from thehi I with fishing ivihs. bin'kit. 1fal'll'IW.lltt'n( and Jimmy

Kiwanians Hear tiltiiiulli, Iciliirt ut ,luksui. I'I'I fine performance' III I lie you auiile. tines In tin shrimp(! Industry, KUV lih, dipinlimiil! the loiinlyJit and, .bail, wire ,"'u d In a SIH" \VINH)

Mill. Next: Diy In |the Miming. work you mult'i'tin,k In the inn two terms as I'riHldint of (lie! '''" und tin Mil in' dipiiiimintIN A chat! member e-U-jJ; Ihe l-lsh. Attendance 1''rlllil'uICMI( erl'

Mrs. Bartels On mill all ulsu |Ilm'Ih-III,1 I In (he spring tilmiHlir, As a result your Brim lI'vllle Slnimp Priuluiirs As. |' ilnlid out that t hiM wink IsSi ; Ing Ilule." Tim girl* In turn dim. awarded tu I the folliwing: (Mix

piuliielliiii' if tin will kin n mime has bun plain! on the soelulim und sivuiil terms at illrcilir Ii thaw win busy u viKiillonHl _'III' I cd around the traditional Mil ly Pllil' UirtJuiul: Peggy( Hivls, Mrlinleherrclta :

pugiunl ut 'h'rul-'l', :North OHIO- Dean List for atadimlc excel of the Texas Shrimp ASMI I lanlIl'illl, as tin HMill of a theater Mrs, luster Lovell Is pictured A variety! nf poems songs. rhythms Tony diuhim Gull 11,irdikcr .

Fiesta Pageant boa, Inlu I IK si Hills, 1 hence I hope that you will continue elation He Is president of SI1IUM. I I tin condition I Iof .j al I (the John F. Kennedy Air. and a puppet show complil. Hnbiii Jm, Jimmy

The sitakir nviiwid fir KI. to du work of this same high PAC, tic political action committee Ik said lint In d'lIlsl'lIh those port In New' York prior lo cd the Jones Tommy Mirujiwskl, Cindy
BY TOMMIF HAIL wunians tin dit.nilarns who will quality In succeeding terms of the shrimp industry of Tex" i c'I1IIIII'ubll'' SKI! and assistance | hoarding a Tmnsworld Airliner program Haters Briggs Silliri. Duane J Sims,

Mrs. J. M Dec I Peel hinds bt pi CM'nl d n inn; tin ikihcantiin You have earned this honor by as. lie Is past President of the ''h 11'ndi'rid for u return to gain for a Iwowrik rip to Europe I The following' children Chad received Anderson Dun Stewart and Claire Taylor,

spoke to the Kiwanis Club on Win .I panic inic in this ristivillcs, making an average of 3,0 or more National Mnimp Congress when fill l'III1'III'm1I1. II | On a combined business and graduation ccrlllleulis: David In addition to a live year old

day night, outlining the highlights! including; the Spanish(! Consul Gen while taking u course load of at ripnwills all of thc( shrimp associations I II dII'1I, 1! uddid that hiM Job 111.1 pliasure trip, Mr. Lovrll' will Michael Trudy 1I', llilin class, the school utters a spulal
of the upcoming Pageant. "'Ro. eral, 11 norublc Juan Paicllada least twelve semester hours durIng of the United Stales. lie gums' atilt a diagnosis, of the In- visit France, and Suit.tiTlund I Burns (( three vmkinr
I I : : : :: ; Italy Gray, Glnny (mono Nancy' liar. I program days a :
mane of Eight Flags. She was of Miami the spring term This Is a distlngulslicd has been Shrimp Industry Rrpic.sentatlve (livid nl case unit, mils with Jobl I I Assoc. I.Indii Hlckox, Allsi Join. four year old children Reglstri.

Introduced by Program Chairman, More\ than a hundred local clll recoid We at the tnlverslty on the tuning Industry pi'iiiincntisiing I II I Peter Knvouklls. Chink L> mliMurphy lions for the Fall term are tow
Thomas G. Hall tens will take part In vaiious I who are supervising your Advisory Committee of the Lulled: \ Rilarlans were James Diruk Mil. being accepted by Mrs. Eugene/.
I : : :
pints ol the pageant whcli' Is education I States dealing with domestic nnd N lluiklnsoii: of, Juksonvllle; Will
Mrs Bartels, who Is President! are deeply gratified by Boat Races hr, Slit'o'I llusscll hubby. sink I lord
of The General Duncan Lomint wlidnlid la bi "rl' c'lIh'd within your fine performance, Lathi American fishing affairs Brach. (Bib Grunt or St Priers ...
Clinch Historical Society or Amelia the' Quadrangle uf f toil Clinch. i I Sincerely, since the Inception of such Advls bun): i nil Tom Murphy of, Thomas ----------------'
Ceimmlltt In about 1!Ij3llardct (iContinuid !tom Page( (One) I
Island described the various )It t. J. Putters' visiting Klwanlan C E. Tanzy Director ory Vllli, Gu I
events whlih are scheduled for the I 1I'1n hmxvllle. Tennesseen Division' of Basic Studies has been active In civic .Ink! Miulin of Allanlii was the, Classes of bouts lo lompili are
Week of the .'ll'sta. bin particularly ndi' up his atcndinie. Brian affairs. He his bun a dim'tor of gin si of Pieslduit Huih Sloni. Jr as follimsi : .

delineated the Pageant which )Kiuschcil( Immediate Past Ires Dear :Miss DjalI : the KiMunls Club und the Cham. I i No I : Raring run"ibiiuts lIil YOUR] HEALTH: .

Is being produced snider the Ui Idint pusllid( In the ahsinec olPiisldiiil I Everyone realms that the at'a.di bar ol Commerce ol Biounsvlllc, I 1 to 30 11.1. Quicksilver or tiny .
of Maurice veil Williamibl, Is past president if the liiiwns.illePosl Local Youth
rection Geollrey, ) 'niii program is rugged Indud olhir lyle lowir unit Gas or nlluri

especially' under the trimester I \and past pieslrtinl Isabel Piopiller of the Club Itio i I I fuel any IniMh boil I I comes first but we're

prl'lIlam. Grande Valley Shrine Club .Itdiiliniud From Page One) No 2.: Up lo 41111 1 l', Bout 13' ,
This, note Is to say to you that I I jecntir Inu Suilinu uipiiilly 4pirsons 's helpful in many wayiACI'urHtely
we' lure proud of your academic I asked for an apdogy(! His tcstl- Single/ engine,
success al a Foundation: student, I Brodie ninny also stale I Ih'it IIP followed, fil'lnjr!' jour cloeId's ;
Miss Pat .
the ; No 3: Up to 50 HI P Boat 1 1,1
and we age you lo continue your Negroes nb ml three- blocks center lliu Staling tupuclty 4 piexmptloii i ii: our pri

diligence In maintaining the very' and agiln requested' an apology persons Single eng niNo nary tuiution" but we are uUHO
highest grade,point average you (Continued From Paw One) When no apoligy) was forllieom. tunvenieni
4: UI|> to 75 II P. hunt 13' jour most
can log, lullud said, he and Johnson
judged contestanls on beauty and center line Staling capacity 4 1 source for all toiletries and!
Sincerely yours, began to scuffle lie said thai I IP'rsoIlS.
poise Single engine I sundries.llr ;
Mode L, Stone when tiny broke apart sine, of the i hit t '
President Rick Peoples of WPAP radio other youths tossed Johnson a No. 3.: Ip to 100 III'. Hunt 13' t
was master of ceremonies Sandy knife.AI center line Sealing capacity 4 /r
;;;- I Dc'iandro; was chalimun of the I Single or dUll hie ,'nilino.I I
persons '
l Di'ar Mrs Greene: event. (his point lulhrd! testified 011"t
I am sine that you and your I t thai hi tusk, a small length of I' No.6: FREE FOIL ALL, AnyoutbyuKlitoiitV
parents take grist joy Un jour I Beginning today. 'the mwtiin| I cimh front his lilt hip (pmkcl and .,AHJL!wtboydit 1jnt0r t.iI'
VACATION SPECIAL her chupinmo, Mrs Edl: ,$tin '
and 1yrll4 !
academic oieccsi In college' Wel I I struck Jilinson wllh It twice hilling : trilttbttl Sny d uuiW. .
are proud of you, and all of : Casey. will 'be guests "f Juhitnvllutchlii him dine, iullard Justified /Gas:: or other'fuel.. 10 "laps t heat .

TRAVEL IN COOL COMFORTGET School of Education faculty and I ut Motel I Siasldi for one! his IIi lion with the claim that he Commodore Kaslcy Thomas reminded '
week lach: morning if (hill II
students salute you and realize 1'1'11'1' was trying to distrait Johnsons this week that the niuis TOILETRIES
if Mis
will be guests
how wonderfully you deserve the they free tu the und that
attention so he could grub his arc public re.
fur breakfast at tin ,
honor of continuing on the Dean'sList knlk hand 1 (rrcshmenls will' be available fort[ 1STEGER
andah For lunch tod'iv. Friday. '
He lisiiliul further (hut lie the tl tutors
Saturday and Sunday. I:Iroy Kiglil was
AUTO AIR CONDITIONER Mode Sincerely L, ,Slone will be host at the Surf Kislaur- Riuitsslul In grubbing the hand DRUG CO. ;
that held tin knife! and lurIng .
ant situ Monday, faraday' and (
INSTALLED FOR ttQOA Aft Dean Wcdnutlav; they I will IN; : guesti I or: I I1MI' the urban Ik knife was Unit\ Trade At Home I 207( ATI.ANTJe AVi: PiUNi') I: 26J.Im: : ; is is i

J/YU.UU and Mrs. Jell Bowers' ut the td bark liward Johnson and I
1 Plus Sales Tax The immediate In the United goal States of cancercontrol Is tin I Blue Seas. piiiinlly inured his slumailiTistiinuiv 111"// .

UNITS FOR :MO.SI' M\M: 01' (,,\US saving if roooo lives or half Tiny will havt dinner 1 mlUil, by Jilmmm and the ,
of those who develop the disease I' Saturday und Sunliv with Mis. I oilier ;Nauru youths refuted many I .
SERVICE FOR ALL Al'TO11: COSUIlIONhUS: each hoar. according lo the Amer. Sue :Niikilson lit Sue's Iliucli of t tin ililcndunli Matt'mi'ills and s

lean Cancer Society Earlier dlagnusis Restaurant and Indiy: Vinng(. It was harked! that lie Blabbed
AT und prompt treatment could Join /buin will rltlelloln i Johnson with a knife tint lie hud
uicomplish this.Everything I thins fur, diniiit at tin, S mill) irMtndiy In Ills pisstssliii rallur !than a THANK YOU !

REYNOLDS MOTOR CO. Tuesday und Wednesday knife held by Jolnson '

comes! to him who they will have dinner with Mr Dealing the case was Clicuit

212 S. 8th Street Phone 261 5776 hustles while he waits and Mn Sentcll ut Si'null'. Res. Judge Charles It Seolt

Thomas Edison taurant In downtown Krnundlna Thus. J. Shave, Jr., Assistant

---- --.- Beach. State Attorney handled the state, 'i The
-- The Woman Club entertainedat case against Fullard and Mercury MANY THANKS To The Voters of Nassau County For

a tea Wednesday afternoon (fur Kavouklls, In the cipailiy of As. s J

I the .nlcslants Fun young and I lady: Ihilr was ihnper.oms Judged '. I I I! the slslant defense Public, Difuiikr, handled Large Vote of Confidence Given Me On May 26th. ; '

on pennnahty and manners I The dilinduil, bus until .'rid,,)'
during the afterniHin' by MM J. C.
Thanks to enter an upptul I In the case.
Sincere Mrs, Uinnilt Wilsonund ,
My Purgasin I 'IT
Should he fill lo enter such a pliu,
Mn. H J. Mi'Hht: 'liny
It Is ixpiiltd'' hi Kill ,In sr'nlcusrd
These pilnlH win lilllid will
In the nixl few wnks
scores on bianty und poise by the
I The Ckgruvalid! assault cimvie,
iliumHoNlcssis .
C. evening' / J
Inn curries, i puHsilili sl'IIII'nl'e of ;
fir tin Ira win' imm
.aa .v ,! Fc-r 1 fie Fine Support You Gave Me hers ol the rxiiiilive board il the from one day to live years.
Wimuns Club Mrs L I'I: Sillirs I

: Mrs Cull Hall Mrs Sliail; Duets,, I
: in Mrs Suitor Mill nwki, Mrs Stephen Beckett H Y i iA
: the Electing
I Throughout s County
; ;t t. Stiwnrt Mrs W C. ( '
... .... .. I
.......---.'. Mrs. Walter Fusion! and Mis I"j iLoiillniiid from Page Om I : ) ,

Me Your County Commissioner For C.the Bennett Little Women Ihiy wire bcaiitirullv assisted / outstanding grade sure 1'1111'1111'111' In IIi ttsl.HnriiliUlh This i 3 0 ; ).1 I.

The tea table was
ranged( with a display of tin' I 1:111.,1: I IHlUS lest Is iinloirily" givi'n ti till sin, t (
I inn lore IhiouUicut/ tin! stale 'nullcurs B 't ,
encircling the puii'h
8" District No. 5. ( N U ,4t ,
: InlcrspLrmd with (Incur ilislirs' if I J( )

hydrangeas In pastel shucks Mrs He has Isis wine in AtlililiisSliulinl 4'4'K
., Stuart Davis poured Ci"until I'u'situ'nl, I.aim
Club President, C liorus VIcI'.l'rI'N.
A large flinl shrimp heat arrungemint st
/ was stud! on Hit piano, j (Idelll11I11/ participated mlivelydy t
I Would Also Like To Think! The Many Friends And with a tropical. .. motif cuiriid iuH .. numirous olhir clubs and so.

In other arrangement. Iht( I 1'lIl1t:' I let Itslieikitt. .

Who Me Successful Campaign flags were displayed! on the slate will work at Itayoiilir "
Helped During My 1
Supporters Miss Erode, will reign over Ihl'I (this summer and will enter Ihe 1

other cvenn scheduled: during thel! Lmvinily next( (all where he plans Sincerely
week iclcbrutiin, on majoring in Pharmacy.
I I ItJ'tl .t
I BE CAREFUL Legacies and bequests' are now

ICI JOHN "FRED" ARMSTRONG YOU WITH CAN'T FIRE. 1 4 Each tducutiin supporting(HIP. year American and more, Important service,,and Cancer" more programsof research Society pt'oplerecognising JAMES S. (Jimmy) STEVENSMarjorie j J '

, i the! growing/ threat of/ n

Paid Political Adv. ** 'AFOREST I I cancer support the Society work Paid rahaal. Adv. :
I thus, '. -
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Held' At

: i'' (Iii,' -t\vr'\>Leantft: F' II1U'U' lfll1 Bench; Honda' TnurxnflV .hint.... 4, Hllitt 'VVSCS Installs i.ilicd Youth Wins Essay Award Surf For Garden

I Beet Piano Students Appear In Recital :" > <<, ". Officers Membership Following Awardsi Club Fernandlna Association Beach Garden Cluh

Association held Its annual meet.
(See picture on Page 91> i I Barbara Sutton Julie Taylor ', f ) 4x i The Woman's Society of Chris tag at the Surf Restaurant Tuts
Jamie White Nancy While Jjnl) lion Service mrt In Parish Hallon .
was served to thirty
'l aad students. combined'' day. Luncheon
//Quests Jones and Ardith 1 Stein served asusherettes.
May 2Vh at 8 Annual
pm. re- r the various
skills to provide I II one members of
their talents' and ), .
Sunday afternoon f of pleasant: ports were given and corsageiwere Garden Clubs. j
presented to all rnembvriwho
IWenlnK.Mrs. T W. Oliver, nemlnullnu
1 1i 1r Mrs
had n
Honors joined during the put
Stork Shower
Dorothy Boot began her llMiil. year committee chairman, presentedthe '
May (4 piano recital with her orlglnsl Mrs. BaileyAt I slate of new oflll'ns."lI'y\
Kitty t Rev, Nnlunn Mover opened the
L. Ilauschert, prenl-
piano arrangement of ,lh" are: !Airs B
Star Spangled Banner acenmpan- Haddock HomeA I meelliM; with a prayer, dent; Mrs 11. L. DmiKhinan, secretary .

led by Chuck Jones at the drum. Three* adult RIICKIS and two ; and Mrs, A. B. Maxwell,
George Tyson, accompanied by stork shower was given last World Friendship; girls were In. Ji.? treasurer
In honor of Mrs KiltyIlnllcy Induced and welcomed thepresident. .
Fruity by
Bob Springer, sang a medley if Mrs. Joseph Slublls, out-gnlnn:
v.hc at. the home el' hire Editor !IIlolldlK Mn. B. r, Dickens. She
Mr. Springer of
favorite mngs. president, gave a summitry the
Mauler of Ceremon. k. Mis, Frank Knyrier was thanked the Edith Flood Circle for
also acted as past year's work. Sirs Franklin
tes performed with humor and CO-llOStCSH, preparing M,V.F suppers durlnx! d Jones, last year's treasurer gave
kklll at the piano Guests art ivrd: at Interviili pI'''. I the month of May, and reminded financial report.
IIl'ntillllIn.! K.iiley wllh muiiv, the Edna Davis circle that they a 1
Chuck Jones, another guest performer Plans were made for the coming
C'ooklrs, ili'ciiriled would l>e In charge during June.
''ovl'lIrls. .
entertained the audience year, A decision was made In
both et the piano and on Hi'' cake squares mints and punch| Rev Moyer told of plans by the ; have quarterly meeting of the!
drums were servid. Ministerial Alliance to have a picI i ISMITH association and the Board extended .
for the evening were'' I and vesper service In the ballpark all Garden Clunmembers
Guests Inle Invitation to
Rich, piano teacher an
Mrs. BALLET DANCERS of "The Julanne School. of The ) during (he Fiesta.\
'Joined Mrs. Boot In a delight !Mrs Evelyn Punter, Mrs Be.tjOalncs to attend these meetings.
'I I Dance": who will perform in "Romance of Eight Flairs" After a few announcements the
ful piano duet student Mrs. Jean Connelly, Mrs at Fort Clinch on June 3-6, are. standing left to right, I I program was turned over to Mri CARD OF THANKS
Rebecca Byrd, piano
displayed her singing ability and Nell Lathrop, :Mrs Erma Wood, | Linda White, Barbara Gray. Relic Child, Judv Hahn, Woodrow Stewart who presented j' The family of the late Emanuel i

dedicated an Irish ballad to Mrs !Mn. Martha Jeanne Pulcttl, Mm : Faith Brltton. Beth Long Jane Philips and Kalheryn I Rev Moyer with in adult membership Samuels would like to thank their

Thehna Rich. Carolyn Vizearrcndo, Mrs Annette Dotson. Kneeling from left, Jtilnnne Owen, Connie Endmingcr I' pin from the Edna Davia many blends for their kindness

A student's ensemble composed Sides, and Mrs Betty Guest>> and Gall Galphin. Judy Hahn Julanne Owens, circle. Miss a youth Kathleen membership Davis' presented toMini JAMES: : center, Milliard Hitch School) 'Is' presented during his long Illness, and cards
Barbara 6U- Lindahite and Faith Brittrm featured of condolence during their hours
of Denise Heafncr, were on the
: Marsha Hamilton, who was T.A.I'.P.I.>> award John Tracy Jenup Divklon, Ray
ton. 'Julie Taylor and :Nancy and Edna Davis Circle Waldo Norris Show on Channel 12-TV on Mav 27 In an I I chosen for this honor by the World by like award. of bereavement. We also want to
Jamie While, blended their: voices onler Inc lire Hill is also presented a thank Rev. T, A. Gilyard, Pattur
from the number. Faith Brltton
To Meet June 10 excerpt pareant wasguest Friendship girls Mrs. J. liters 1
inn". long from Snow White ,, on W'ESII-TV, Orlando, on May 28. presented an adult membership I James Smith won the second Hill, also receiving a I'iOOO!' ( award. of Macedonia A.ME. Church, for
"Hardest Working Student"award The Edna Davis Circle, of the I pin to Mis. Mary Amend, on be. annual Pulplnd/ Paper E< av: The five runner-upa, who were all his consoling words and par
was presented to Martha Memorial Methodist Church will half of the W.S.CS. Contest for the small schools In from Callahan will receive Sheaf- ticipants. Huff and Battlse Fun.
MsPherson, eight year old plan. Miss Lynn Sheffield Feted On Birthday her and pencil sets. James eral directors for their
mert Wednesday, June to, at\ loon Following the presentation, Rev. Nassau County, Sponsoring tin" pen
lat from Yulee. am. The meeting Is to be held In Moyer Installed officers fur the I contest Jointly were Raonler, was the only entry fiom Hllllard, vices.
Mrs. Boot was presented wllh the home of :Mrs. Robert Gray. The home of Mr. and Mrs De. salad, shrimp, baked beans, party Container Corporation, and the and this year there were no entries i signed) The Samuel Family
J Jovcly',:'gifts from her students Wayne Crisp provided a tropical biscuits, cheeses, and chip 'n dipswere coming year. Southeastern Section of the Technical Irom Yulee.
Piano students who gave solo j setting Saturday evening when I served with fruit punch, cold The pledge service program, Association of Pulp and Paper The main purpose of this con. The largest transporter In the
performances were: Donna Becker, Mr. and Mrs E. R. Bound they entertained at a buffet and drinks and coffee Individual cakes I "The Sea of Giving", was present his wHorl James world Is being fabricated for UNe
weekend In Purvis, ed Miss Kathleen Davis, as. lnduslryFor lest Is to Interest high school sen- [
Rebec- spent )last her Mlsi In with by
Wlllyne Blanchard (tadulD I ), party honoring sister pastel green were topped will receive a $5000:;'d'lIh, Into the Pulp and by the John F. Kennedy Space
In entering
ea Rae Byrd, Laurye Campbell Miss., attending the annual memorial Lynn Sheffield, who was celebrating the honoree's Initial In pale yellow. slSll'd'by Mrs Stewart Davis Mrs. I his sponsoring: teacher, Mrs, Ruth lore from Center, NASA on the Merrill Is.i .
Corinth Us lnit A. and Mrs Larry Gain. Paper held upon graduation
at > Dyal
Hall Denies services ; her 21st birthday Assistingwith I Q.
Beth Enjoying the affair with the land. Florida launch site. It Is a
Into furtheringtheir
Neater, Diane Johnson, Jerry i Church Mrs Jack Baxter of PJU- the affair was the honoree'spsrent honoree and the hosts were, Mr. om. I high school education, or along technical/ i i I vehicle [powered by 16 motors 10.I .
Keen, Martha McPherson: Kalnryn I ama City accompanied tlivm on Mr. and Mrs. Shlell ShotHeld. and Mrs. John Guest, Mr. and The program ended with a pray. I going Into the Haling 5500: horsepower and can
I I Of Nassau lines, eventually
I Meeting
Piper, Dean Stephens i adult, Uw trip Mrs Sammy Alvarez, Mr and er by Mii Davis and Paper geld I' 6.000 tons
----- --'-- -- The rooms of the home were Mrs Herbert Herrln. Mr. and I A tea, prepared by the Edith I, District, Boy Scouts -Pulp ..... .move -

opened ensulte and decorated with ) M.... Ralph Wood Mr. and Mrs. FliMid circle, was served.ThorntonVanBeek.
I Reset For June 2
a profusion of potted foliage, bamboo Charles Ilnlton, Mr. and Mrs Jerry I
LADIES.I Tired of Coking? entwined with Thomas, Miss Palsy Jones, Mrs I
and lovely Irron honey.urkle'l Charles Edwards Sirs Jessie It was announced this week that WORRIED.
the regular monthly meeting of .
daisies. Reed shafts / Mixon, Miss Susan Crisp. Metal
Delicious Food fixed To Go! candles In small crystal bowls. r I Margaret Ann Taylor, Miss Caroline 1 I Betrothal Told the Nassau District, Boy Scouts of
America, will be postponed from
Taylor. Buddy Jacobs. Chip I SPECIAL OCCASION ?
Amber candelabra, holding splr ABOUT THAT
Friday night of this week to June
Chicken $1.25 Wood. William\ Crane, Johnny
7 Hot Dogs $1zFried sled red tapers, were used on each 12.
side of a red gladioli arrangementon Peters and the hnnoree's grand Mr. and Sire Robert L. Thorn. ,:

: 7 Hamburgers $1 (family Size $2.00)) the buffet tnblc. The centerpiece'I mother, Mrs Sadie Sheffield. 'ton wish to announce the engage- conference The meeting room will be at held Container in the WE LET YOUR MIND REST AT EASE

was made of pineapples arranged I While background music played ment! of their daughter, Patricia } .
$1.25 of America.The
Shrimp with an assortment of hor d'oevrcs. softly, Miss Sheffield opened a Ann to Thomas Wayne VanBerk Corporation WE CATER
B Ribs and Chicken $1.25 Baked ham, fruit compote, potato shower of gifts of remembrance.PERSONALS postponement was In deference
-Que I son of :Mir and Aim Garrlt Van. to the many activities of the WEDDINGS DINNERS TEAS PARTIES
Beck of Sarcna, Wisconsin. j current Fiesta of Eight Flags ,
QuICK SERVICE- 261.5965
Phone :Sir VanBcck Is presently with:'
Excessive' speed continued to be MABE CATERINGPAT
the United States Navy, stationed
709 South Eighth! Street the number-one killer on the na

aboard the Saratoga. tion's highways In 1963. More than !MADE Caterer Phone 261.3039
I. Wedding phns are to be an. 14000 traffic deaths were directly

Mr. and Mrs, Jack Bule and spend a week with their parents, nounced In the near future attributable to speeding .- -
\ --- ---
ewe son, Jackie, of Atlanta, Ga., are Mr. and Mrs, W, H. Burbank, J''H' -- --- ---
1 :
ARROWDECTON visiting this week with his mother Mr.: P. L. Pappas,

., Mrs. I D. II. Buie.I .
Jimmy McFarland son of Mr
I Mr. and Sirs Dewitt Weaver. I II 'and Mrs H. J. McFarland. grad ,
i Jr. and buby daughter of Birmingham noted from Ihipola Junlnr College: I
II' Ala., and Mrs. on June 2. Mr. and Mrs. McFaf.
) SHORT I|i, Weaver, Sr. of Mobile, will visit land attended the graduation exercises Welcome/ To ) ,
relatives this Weekend while Mi In Marlanna. 7.
t'EVES Weaver Is participating In the Ui/1.I:
,1. ,
Tournament. While here they will Mrs. John Stoxall and daughters
he guests of Mil. Weaver's magier Wanda. Julie, and Leslie, of Freeport ,
--r' 1 Stun Sadie Sheffield, broths Texas are visiting Mrs Sio. "
in-luw and sister, Mr. and Mis vall's parents, Mr. and Mrs 1 I'
Veil Plckctt. end brother, Shuts It L. Lotspelch. They plan to be here Fernandina Beach

r hhellleld, and family. for the month of June ,:

S/Sxt. and Mrs. James M. Lie- Miss Katherine Peters daughter! e
I Berry and daughter, Cathcrii.e of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peters, hd<

I Mlthdc\ arrived In :New York en recently been accepted as a ale

I May 24 from Torrcjon Air Force dent al Grady Memorial\ Hospital, ; On The
r 'Bane, Spain. While In NI'W01 II ': In Atlanta Ga. She will enter '

|' they visited her maternal grain! 'i nurses training on September B

I parents, Mr; and Mrs. JamesSwre'hry I Mr. and Sirs Robert Peters and.
and the World's
? Its They are here with her parent For. I daughters.( Virginia, Susan Chantey and and BrcnilnMrs. dough; .

I Mr. and Mrs Charles RhntUaii, ''tl'r, Janna, Mrs, Katherine Pelt p. Isle Of 8 FlagsWe
for the remainder of SKI. J>rI I'r. and Mr Tommie Blackuelder. ail
Here Is the ultimate In carefree wash-and-wear ry's 30-day: furlough after: whichthey I of Jacksonville, attended the grj.l
will be at Myrtle Beach ,
comfort Wherever you go. you can't find Air nation of Miss Katherine Peter
Force Base, S. C,
a finer shirt for easy care and longer wear last Thursday evening

than ARROW's Decton. Perfect for travel Captain and Mrs W M Snow, I Mr. Y. E. Hall, and his mother orical the
the hist $5,000
Jr. and children, Deldre and ]Marit' : hope you'll enjoy pageant
left last
but equally perfect at home and they're of Klmhelue! Air Force Il.ise, :Michl loin L. L. )tall. Sr., ,

"Sanforized Plus" of course, for perfect fit l Igon visiting Mrs.I SivmV, Thursday for Gulf Park College at
are !
., wash after wash, mother, Sire; John Qiiartrrniun Chen Gulf, Port daughters, Miss.of Chris Mr.and Hall Orel., returned Invitational Golf Tournament the beauty' pageant the boat

See ode wide variety of collar'* 'styles and her brothel', John, and sister, ;Mrs :I with them fur the summer, ,
Steve A. Spence,'Jr. Captain Sniw
colors at your earliest convenience While In route, they also visited .
his and new family assignment ore on their in the way Air lu I with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hal. races and all the many other activities of the Fiesta of Eight
and family In Mobile, Alabama.Mrs. I
: PARTIN'SESTABLISH Force at Anchorage, Alaska

KD 1878 I Mr. nnd Mrs, John Pjppns ant\ week Myra with Barnhardt her daughler visited-bn-law last, Flags so much, you will return again and again in the yearsto

313 Atlantic Avenue .Phone 201.1211 I sons Tl'lI1l1d\ Pete, of nnikhill, !Mrs. Frank Barnhardt and children
I S. C., arrived Monday night In. Frank. Jr., and Mellssi, in

--.------- .--- Tlfton, Ga. Frank, Jr., aeconipanled come.
her home and will be heir

for several days
I Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence

FIESTA SPECIALSNewly I have returned from a visit with P.S. If of do of the small
I relatives In North Carolina WashIngton you forget, as so many us any
D. C., New York and In.
remodeled Kraft Village douse located at 216: South 4th. Immediate dlona. While In New York they

posHesaion. Small down payment ? 50.00 per month. I attended the Broadway" muses items necessary to a vacation at the beach, such as .
hit, "High Spirits, In which thin
I daughter, Miriam Is singing :Mrs,
Shady neighborhood The neighbors are fine people, just the yards nre : Constance Murchlson sister nli swim suits beach towels and the like you'll find a wide
:; shady. Excellent condition, two bedrooms with 1I1'p'lit'll and living condi( I i !Mrs. Lawrence, Is visiting will ,

bona 809 Stanley Drive Hy appointment only, $.'}.iO.) ()() down $56 to $58: them on the beach. Mrs. Murclil-
month ''Ion Is from Wanhlngton, D. C.
:: per selection

him George II. Lawrence, nlI
TO HELP OUT A KINGSBERRY FRIEND One of fur !satisfied .customers I I South Fletcher Axe, received ofiftyyear

:: with our house, is dinsattofied with hU work. You tan(; !steal this lovely large i diploma given on June atA. *
:- Kingsberry Home with a minimum down payment anti no waiting for credit first from Stetson University.j "

approval. No more information to the public H IT I T if von want in on u pd :j Richard Warren Smith of Yuleereceived S. ALLAN'SA

:: deal and can afford an expensive large home See us for private conversation his Bachelor of Industrial .

-: and inspection of thin home. Management( degree from

Auburn University on the thiri

If you have $100.00, we have four three bedroom homes that can be pun'has. I day of June Grand Store For The Rich M

cd In111 parts of town. Georgia Engineering sa..iitI ii
The Poor
i Award and the American Insli. ... The Best Store For

If you can catch up the payments on a IlnlaI'! 1' throe bedroom home, we lute of Chemical Engineers Scholarship ATLANTIC AVENt'ENow ) e etl
Award were awarded t III
move you in immediately See us for Inspection.
: James H. Knight, son of Mr am!
Mrs J. G. Knight at the annual
Honors' Day Exercises of lliGeorgia <' In Our 62nd Year of
: PAUL C. BURNS Agency Institute of Technology I II Ir: j

1 Atlanta, Ga. Serving The People of Northeast

I While a few sharks by eggs( Florida and South

319 South 8th Street Phone 261-3606 I most! species. bear living! young u
= l called "pups Marlneland of FlorI

I Ida reports.


Ul'lI II lit lull1'Jlurstlu. ; June 'I, )VlH ra'r/ r"tl, j F!

I \otI..J.t\1ct; -, I'P4tiaitlltu_._ ___ ,II
,to us, goer 't> >ce.i* ui ..e, *ui *: aid Stewart Pikula, Bill) Lynch.

Reports From Washingtwy most foreign! countries' now hay FLORIDA wiLDUFE SCRAFBOOtf SPORTS SLANTS aid fUciicrth Siurge/ are dnIne "?lei)
I only! a few rilpt: over ten yean tame for Uul Lcagne.1uus' : ,

By Rep. D. R. (Rilly) Matthews of age Between World War 1 1and II bate 'Sw. > e sd' Howland I II doing a line i b for"
end of fiscal 1I, 11flllT CORDON(
the year I r err Rr / the Men's Softball League and
FISHING:' INDUSTRY LECI U. put a stop la Russian trawlers and fill million American aid dollar SIR'AID Sun .t AVCAIISNICAIISNII, VHiTEWEISHT Bud Hulls Kmhlng Par report\ Mr, Franklin li looking uclur thoWomen's

TION ether linTlgn tra 'ler Heels from 1 and $182 mllllun In rnuntcrpnil / sM fishniL (has been( olf hits) II,'('h, Sertthull Lengeie In ,mace\
Invading our t terrllerlal waters al* : funds were used by friendly for AS1Y I hut IIldt"Wone I'Uunti'! kJiuiilclbe (.'1111I'11.' I limit know. li i I \\ljC hru.pie .
The fishing Industry so impnnant t they have done BO when In recentvears elgn nations to build up thc'lr fishIng I approcUlcd: "I'"lhL'r.'< *
'Ul'kl'lId Trout ale a* ;
la Florida, bus received! tu''ei An Important feature Is the I fleets, This In taR mllllem more goad fur the ,' h luiiii. ., much IM I npurc"<'uite ,diem
"shoU in Iho arm" from rccenilv' assertion IV the United Stales ofit I thanlBII rxtoiielcil by way <>t pit! |hlnatp> ,mo uiKl veiuiix drum ar an crrl.iiuly he>li| us fvccu
enacted\ l<' lslntioll. The first lilllappropriatcd 1(* rights to certain fishery resources I' or' nibslclim for the <'xi( >.inslnn nncl i : ,mi: ;: $3 millinn) per year Khuifl ml live lint CIUUIUM ui thl' rlvtads III.rllhIII:
'nppctlaininii. to the Con nmlU'; Ion of our own
live pi-ilml" In pie.miUcommercial AP/ : Oinnlil IH'! lltIrr\ {,
for a year KIIl'II"I hil'h nilog| t Industry and flc-rts I'I'I
fisheries' research and concept recognized by many countries A ,
development artitItk. The 11'1I1K.l TRADE NKf.OTIriONS; IN I I live km (lemniclH\ sly I ti .till all' Standings

lall"n1'11I oitl'.t In the rccnal- GENEVA if M.I" I lisluiincn I, I'nilers

Iishmenl of commercial fUh'iy: Starling on May 4ih a now ruiimlcf h'Ish I bump Ills plenty cmi l 1\l'1 XUHMKVS"" u:\COl'R y.
due In a remittee dmaslei ,, itMUI
failure Ix-ion jii sin imp .iv' ill.ihlo I'M VIM' no
arising from natural or uinleierin-:, trade SwiUcil.nul, uf vital In waul. live 1101I1. Just 1 li.iM'l hidres I : 4 i
ton) tiiuse such as tinltd( Geneva OP ni.l In l'mh'I's, M.IOICHUllllllH( 4 3
this This In Ilio WrrN
tlile.' The IcKlslullem: will aid In lel'f'Rt0\ cnunlry Li4.'AVERAGf wNrf A. 2 t
6 '
TO .ar
lath round of mull <'iml<>rvnrcii NAB N se +cr ;( \ "
the development c.r( new eimimer- | TO 3 LENGTH f4av 1 to make !
held by member rnuiilrirs eif the It I takes a lime nf people MEN'S H\CIE:
dial fisheries, The vnlue lit IliiKI '
Gcncrul AgrieiiiiMil' on TnrlKn and UP TO 13 IcNCHM.WtKW flu lli9 things I hut k and wo want to i
",' :mem<' la Florida may be I
eGATTi iiricliinlly nigauUcd RIVER BELOW Kite the' scnreUipm of (he vai'- IslandersIhemCill
Trade IN Tall
measured by the fact that In (the FOUND '
In 1947. Bixty-lwo member or AND LAKE StMINOLE ious lei.tuis: around, town credit \ 3. 4
1959 11!! inclusive JIM WOOPBUff PAM
from to
period contraitlng nutluni are reprt'aenl.ed YOUR PKtrtz CIEAK/ for heir I hard work because they largess tt Cook 3 (
the value or manufactured fish Ktio or NoerHwesr \ 3
at the Conference while many IN SCHOOLS lire mi ns HIP manners Pirlers
In this period amountedto WAFER / SWIM AfrOUT
product OPEN trued and Hay J,
underdeveloped nation will FIH unit umpires Hill KAC t
4,91!lrof; 3SNORT-UVetl7
nearly $32 or FLORIDA A FAST.fiSOWIW< fur
otecrven present. The United Hiville err doing a guod job
the total value of p.oduitt State U represented by the AVERASB Uft SPAM 9TO YfARS4) BITE the :Suiiiir, League.), Miko Me Dm.biturle .' .
for the entire nation.. Honorable Christian A. Herttr and FiSHES OM MINNOWS OR 3MAU ARTIFICIAL| LURES/ Do YoU .l0''V1IIt;
The second bill, S, 19i>i 8), a com. three associates Four members SUCH A45poowcJi6565tHNNERa/TAKEN\ -- ""

panlon bill to the above, Is dc. of Congreu will also be there ai WHIte OUINQCASTIHt OB STItU FISHlMtf0AMff nelil ,in barbiturate1 a hypo THE FLORIDR TOURIST
atoned!; to prohibit fishing In the observer; Although they will bepresent -..-- moil IK'xl at UN I. Seve-nlv-two persons INOLISTRY l 14 WORTH J
territorial waters of the United: only In an advisory cap:! AND FKfSH WATIX fr/ JI COMMISSION i him cod themselves, K4 dieiel /1 I 9)9 OOO,OOO fWD 19flppRox .
Stales and certain: other' areas by i y.-tbelr presence I I. extremelyImportant Fl } /"A I from a variety of poisons, 6.1 died TIMES v t
nationals namely, since tllC'Y1'11I be able -- liom nmlnrlehll'le exhausts I : 3iclriitt l ROERJ
than or
persons ._ t' .. I
tal shelf Is a I --- -- ---- utililndtlicnischoii THAN THE .
I'lvice, 13
Inhabitants of the United StatedUnder ( alert the leadership of both I nert the-m
our present law, the Coast adjunct to a -lheWiliien'l Houses of Congress If bargaining 1 They do not have workmen compensallon M33; 8J9.200 below the 1W 4 approp-! Statistics Show : 10( jumped, frnm Dome \CIT INDUS U&Tgl I .. r
Guard can only force trespasser such an goes beyond the terms stated In social security, and taxexpenses I i it duns 1; White Suicides high' : pliee-: und,\ 14 killed 1 Ihemscl 'Os J
back Into' Internaliemal waters spemslbllity, to tho Trade Expansion Act of 12 I thai we have In the Un. '21' Atomic Knew Commission I era bv sillier meant. ...
Us 't' ourcl's. under the totalling 616.577.01X1.. 5-1 1 Over OthersJACKSONI'ILLE _nn_ _
Under this legislation( tlili nation or concerns procedures' lied States. aiiprlation
for the first time I Is establishing a A Ilil/d: bill passed by the House, Jurisdiction of Congress Import duties have already been '3) Define-in-v Hpprnprtation to. I I

system of penalties for foreign but not yet by the Senate would The United State played an Important cut on many agricultural products tailing& $1,204,913,909( of which !I2'(1I. The milcldc
vessels violating our t territorial flintier streiiRthen: our fishing Industry and decisive role In the but Flor. i I. for military pay cost and publio rate III Florida among HIP \l'hllC'1I1111111111111n BREAKFAST BY THE SEA
subsidies for almost to a danger point I IN about five time's thai
waters. Foreign fish "pci.iclur by providing I organization of a European Com. assistance matching grants
can get UII| In $10.00>) In lines mid Hie construction and modernization Market at the clone of World Ida fruit and vegetable producersare Die amount I Is $42.4(17100( beliiw eif nun' .Mhiles, HIP Slate Hoard ol
a year in Jail plus the forfeiture> nl of our obsolete! and outmoded War II to nerve ai a major In. attempting to meet cumpetltlon i lie amount requested Health says. : .
the luteh and equipment II I Is (Ii I!hlnu lied. The average Am. trument of European economic I and survive They ask now '141' Agriculture apimipilnllncm In Oliver II horde, director of ihf JJ /4anaiTravelers
believed that Him legislation wll: eilean fishing vessel. Is estimated recovery With the aid of billionsof 1 only that Import duties remain as the amount of $3,192rAi,000: which Division of. Public Health Slats. at
--- -- dollars of American money,, I they are with no further cut at \ins $40A<< ,(HH),OiH) Ic'sn than the bud. ties salt thcrp were 744 suicided
; Geneva. I have expressed the firmconviction It the tilde le'iilmu/
and war-dc. In 11! milking I
obsolete rocinosti
many strayed of Industries the of Western Eur. I that by allowing the U"\i :indeiH-ndent:: ; I Office npllro.1 cause of de.ith. There tills l tail on the Buccaneer Trail

renovated and modern. tarilfi to remain at present levels prlilion of $$8tm1', ; )( which I little chiiime In this riiiiklnu over find atmosphere anda -
were will cheery
ope Hie a
llan TheatrePhone bed, and new Industries develop I Ied we will nut only be helping\ tineconomy .did mil Include the 552 billion uppreiprliitlon I the port deinilpIlemiver I .:
also morning"meal
Age-old trade barriers were American farmer, but and for the Nntiomil Afro I Ihr number nf sultlilen, I pleasant setting for the
I of the United Stale
removed and a free-trading area nmiles and Space AdmlnlKlrallon :I has almost elmiblt from :142!
) 261-1849 C. E. Beach, M r. the American consumer. 1 believe of order that I .
known a* the European Economic ol iK-cnuse of a point In 1'1'a!' :; to 744 last year I A.M.
-- -- -- a majority of the Mcinliers SKIIVFI FROM GSO::: A.M. TO 10:00:
raisedStatistics ,
Community came Into being re- Irate policies lIaM : There weic" 4'KI'! mile snliieleiilust I
FRIDAY & SATURDAY suiting In aery short time In an I, Congress favor unwilling liberal lu seI \ year aiiiilnst 22,1 lenule annmj JUST; NO :sHiOF II : THE ('ATJomso TO GOI. '>'
upsurge of Industrial activity and but are In this na- show Hint meire jx-o. whiles: 23 non-while males and (tlI i I (x'EAN FI4:HAND AND\ flSllEKVIKN .
prosperity undreamed of In the' further deterioration of uniliit. pie are gelling lu physician inwoe IIlIn.\\hill' ft'mule*. The rule :pit rah: (killers; WiTf Kind Uur Hearty
I .
result REACH
JUNE! 5&s I lion's trade as a and trciil. KKH\A\IINA:
/ I
prewar year The European concessionsVhat we rally fur curly I UK),(UNI populationva* 214 mali GOLF COUIISE Breakfasts A Happy AppicuicaIn '
designed. In eral mint ol cancer when Hie Ills.( while, 41 The FIrM Toe.
Market was mill Its lemule among
Saturday 2:30:: & 7:30: Common need I II rcC'lprol'1I1l'ade.\ AmeriCstuu'r ON TIIK O( KAM: !SIDROK ;
The U Your
Friday 7:30: part to serve ns a complementto rose In must ciir'ilile.' mule und I 12 Icniilo among nonwhiles. S, hmLllEliAVK.: : Hslu'i-men;: Bring *
the American market forming APPROPRIATIONS inn, Soelelv has developed ; Earl:r Meirnln I roc c\-\ And
approved lireiad educational program urgIng I LUNCHEONS: QUAILUHFAKKAST1 Prepare Owp; .
"CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED"Friday together a formidable Free World Recent appropriations n Hv; ages, Iho( totals lor lust yeas : 1IYHKSKUVA110N. _:
aniuml Taste
Markel to Impede the advance of by the House for fiscal year 15! all adults to hove an wore, under. 15. 5. 15-24. 411.: :23: .34, i .
communism, Soon It became apparent Include: health' checkup as the best prulcelion 115, 35-44. 14i: 43-54. 143.; 5.114.142:; ,; WHITMAN MORGAN. ManagerI'hnne
4:10 & 9:10: against death from cancer I.EK:
9:10 Saturday that a* the EEC prospered ((1)) State, Justice, Commerce lij-74.:; Ill, 75 and over 63 31101Fernundlnit Bench 1.'lu"iclr-:
this life-saving prngrnm 201 : /
declined totalling Support
the American economy Judiciary appropriation the SIIt'II'IY"April 's Firearms as the method used In''i
Indicating that the Common Mar. SI.702,627,800lhlC'h I II $255,1369(10 I bv contributing to bv bur.
VAMPIRES'1GORDON lulc'ldl's11th poisoning
"GOLIATH AND THE ket had become, In fact, almost a under the budget estimate, and Crimaele. --- 3dl ---_.. .,
- .
I protectionist all against American './o/s....../..o/oo ...... -
; SCOTT Industrial competition rathei li.i. ............./////s .

than a .J joint deterrent to communism : ..
I With a view to rccaptur.Ing
TECHNICOLORSUNDAY a share of the burll oninll.
European: markets our late Prc*. III I II
Ident Kennedy prospered enact, .i.
I mint of trade expansion measure FORBUSINESS

.' ., & MONDAY. I as a"ald'lrew: Instrumen 4
challenges r
foreign trade
to meet our
JUNE 7 & 8 \1 of the I9601." His reques
was passed overwhelmingly as the
Sunday 20: () and 7:10: Monday 7:30: Trade Expansion Ad of 12! Ir
this new Act the President wai

"LAWRENCE OF ARABIA" given reciprocal: authority s'O! reductions ncgnllite::\;: "on;of: 51perctnt i !

I on almost all Individual .

TECHNICOLOR tarllls. I m+
: Under the leadership of tin
AWARDED BEST PICTURE OF TilE YEAR Honorable Bob Sikes Dean of oui
Florida Congressional Delegation, .

Regular Admission )Prices many recently member given an of Congress opportunity' wen le SATURDAY JUNE 6

address the House and voice thc-h ,
to the matdisadvantages
concern with respect I
and disastrous re. I
At'>tr ta. suits occurring to Industries li j

c 1' .1.1acation out their of respective our trade district negotiations: growl I ol; i 6:30: P. M. TO 12:30: A. M.

recent years. Pleas were
and emphatic that the UnllrSlates I II
at the Cull"core 1
,, now convened In Geneva: rill I

everything within their power I tc I A Specialty

make dele reciprocity no concessions I II guaranteed unless to bona protect and" I i I 7 a I I; iue ;

to do all that Is necessary I II
Money' I American national interests,,

I eriean American cuts are workmen made manufacturers, before any and furthci Am. I'I'I : ALSO i ii

Ministerial meet. '
The 1961 GATT

For Long \I I tug concerning Included agricultural made In agricultural three the products I'M major! negotiations trade should decision: thai IM, \ i I Seafood Chicken Steaks Chops -=i

'fi.; that the negotiations should provide I
or for acceptable conditions of access I

Short TripsYOU cultural to world products markets, and that for nc-go-agrl-/ Orders To Go I

nations should be undertaken 1 tei : -
I'stabllshl'orld.wlde commodityarraiiKcmcnts '
I for some of the I I '

CASH FOR ALLYOUR world major agricultural products I II RIBS BY THE SIDE
CAN GET namely, grains meat, and BAR-B-QUE BY THE POUND
HOLIDAY EXPENSES-URGE SMALL. tOur I perhaps dairy products. The Ln-: I II I-

Ited Stales has made clear that I .I
Vacation Money Service is quick, and it's | the present negotiations must Include II i

convenient, too. Everything is handled on a I stantial arrangement liberalization, providing of aitricul-lub.1 I .I Sunday I !

simplified basis, whether you sizable want loan a few for dol.a I' tural muted trade Is proving Agriculture to be one It Is of ad-the I Open Daily Beginning

lars for a short trip or a ,. more diflleult. It nut the most dif- I 3I
grand tour. ., limit aspect of the to neKothtions speak (twice, A.M. TO 12:30 A.M.MABE'S a e
I was privileged 10:30
I .
leant up V !. $ 00 during the Trade discussions ono. i
on the ruinous effect of I
beef Imports to our cattle In. ;
GA .C. FINANCE I du lry. and secondly, the doom I

to larifl reductions on veiU'Uuluand RESTAURANT
CORPORATION I fruits, In 1 l3! :! a record l.T'ill 1 I

9AYMINTI 101 million pounds of foreign Iwc-f ur- :i
AMOUNT "MONTHS 12 MONTiiI rived In the United State -
YOU on 2' .ONTHS 20 "ONIH5 to J7'Xe) >K) head of cat '
equivalent I
Ls 7500 S 5.06 S 541 S 7.51 the problem ol
l6.if [
16000 SUq 1079 1161 competition from low.wagc fureljjn : 4

A2so0 60000 30q 248 2US 39.34 4266 30 6q 12,50.59.3S countries In meeting confronting One foreign of& the the trade United gravest: compcMi-Stitci problems : South Eighth Street Owners ((.!JII I [L CONDITION 1] 1 I 1] '.- J

from Latin
308 Atlantic Avenue lion, countries especially I I. the tremendoui Phone 261-5039 Joe and Pat Mabe t :
,IIe ,
.rneln., ....h. P1.d1/ cost of production here as con. : :I t
'elephone 1 361.:3611CIBtt I Ilratt'dlIh their wage scale and : :

\ H.uiti Dell, ,.S; 5 4ss.4 y 1 S.M'2\ other labor costs expenditures are from. Ollen three Ihi'ii tc .......................... : ,
ALSO riVI CONVINIINT OMICH IN JACKSONVIllt II twenty lime lower than our, ........................ ... .



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Six News-Lender, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 4, 1964 1
. -- -- --.- ,I h each lent will be rained at least
f e'N '" 18 Inches from the ground and Do's and Dont's---
:] OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOO completely' frustrated the plans of x i:" J placed on a platform, no obstruction
the rebel It wu thli teal In ) .
I w being permitted to the wind
Lieutenant Clmll1ulJder McCauley T : passing freely underneath, bid
: vhcn he commanded the Fort I ... ; J ding and clothing of the men must For Good GardeningDO
FLORIDA! 1 !henry that made that vessel! the I I' .. be well aired every fair day: grout
(error ol the toast fur flfly miles care must be taken In the construction
and the Somerset, her sister ihlp, ; I of proper sinks, which go nfter weeds and pests your newly set plants, annuals,
". A HUNDRED YEARS AGO bids fair to obtain/ under your must be screened by pine or palmetto In your lawn' ; pulling wcriU Is a and bulbs, Be sine to souk the
jj command a like enviable reputation branches; commanding officers \'rryood!/ way to work off sleom, soil and not just wet the surface
," > will require their men lo Second method' It known as bioliiukul DON'T leave your houseplants
' 1. J J. Russell, al x bathe control, this coimlsl ol Inside when you' go on a
EJiteJ ly SAMUEL Pnocroii I Acting Muster I t" .. or wash themselves al least ,
I I t n
. commanding the I S. schooner twice each week, or opener, If growing: your' glass: so will Hut U long vacation, put them outside Ini
nnX Ariel I reports I thai three days ago : ,.._ "- ,..'.\ I I practicable, Dcsslcatcd mixed; 'crowds out the weids Third me. I i a shady, cool, piolectcd place
nn thud Is extermination by use ol I 'and that 50111good neighbor .
VVVVVVVVVUUVUU UUI,/vvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvv while cruising nuwctn TampaBay I vegetables will be Issued to the pray
. and the !llomosassa River, he I troops al least twice in each week, ''chl'mleal'el'd killers, will water them for you' ).
. Published bv' : rived by train In Savannah. These boarded an army boat off Clear. I I and must be carefully cooked In I DO watch for snails and slugs 1 01\I'T forget to make your
FLORIDA LIBRARY ASP men are part of the crew of the water, cemtalning l ten men r the following( manner: Place the they thrive In damp pi ices, Slugs I hanging baskets There are already .
HISTORICAL COMMISSION: U. S. steamer Columbine captured Ing to the 2nd Florida belonll.1 vegetables in cold water after supper leave a slimy' trail Metaldehjde many pretty ones to be
. .CIVIL WAR CKMENMAL; a few days ago on the St John The boat commamcr: had order I I and let them remain until bait attracts these pests and pols.ons seen In our lovely city
COMMITTEE I River I Between fitly and sixty to protect: mid: brln I:* off refugee SHADES OF THE TOONERN1LLE TROLLEY and In the next morning, Immediately them. Don't put he( bait where'
208 Valencia Avenue, I Negro, captured on the tarn families Russell derided to 01'.1 keeping with the historical theme of the Fiesta of Eiitht 'after breakfast put them over a I children, pets, and birds will get'
Cora' Cables Florida 31114pdllcd : steamer, are In Lake City Mos company I the detiieliment./ hoping Fines U! this picture of the mode of transportation between I fire, with the water In which they i" Mules can also be quite doslriiillve .
; by SAMUEL PROCTOR. | of these Negroes according to re to acquaint himself "with some KinKsland and St. Mars! Jeorjjla.. quite a number were soaked, and let them boll I to lawns, they may be Extra
. University of Florida port, are "runaways from North of the prominent |beauties i of his of years ago. Maybe the automobile dealers can ', four hours, adding fresh beef; salt trapped or poisonedDO I,
"North Florida Theatre" Carolina" The Savannah New cruising ground" Landing allClearwater identify the engine and chassis! which moved this trolley. I,110 be put In when nearly done' plant zennlns, eosins
Significant Florida vents: for says' that the white prisoners who and learning that die: General Birney has today received -marigolds j ( salvia, and torcnlas lor SpecialsVolkswagen
The furnished the News-Leader PhiLlip :
have arrivedI ere surprised to Confederates were obstruellnliomosassi photo was by general late summer blooms. ,,
Instructions lo
,, May 30 The U S. S, Bermuda find that they were so well treat River, the Pcdcraal Jackson, of Kiver! Road, Route 1.I ___.. I the disposition of the Federal as i DO plant sultanas, caladlums,
today sighted a sail off the Heir. cd, and that their fare should be proceeded there On May 27, ofAnclotc i iI iI troops under his command In Florida I and archimcnes In your shadyI
Ma coast about thirty-IKo! miles so abundant. They were under the Keys, com old was made apart. Their base was protected enemy In Ihls department hive He Is to hold as much of the I areas,
:Iflrom Indian River She was ever Impression that the people of the with the U S. schooner Two Sis bv' earth thrown up from a ditch I been successfully met and frus.tratcd country cast of the St Johns as DO maintain your roses with: Sunroof Radio
taken and boarded Three claim mI'll'were I I South were on the verge of star tern whose commanding officer which ran along the whole line of I but If renewed with vigor, I possible. Jacksonville west I of the (I watering, dusting, feeding, and
captured two of whom vatlon." agreed to allow seven men and I works There was a salient or reentering as they probably will, I need more St. Johns) Is a base of operation picking blooms BeNt method of WSW Tires
,:'to own the cargo and vessel and I i May 31 Admiral Bailey, In a boat to accompany the detach angle at about every 150 troops Can 'any depleted regiments :: In that direction, In addition to watering Is to let IheI aler run
the other serving as KM k The blockade men letter written tday from Key men I. Early on the morning of yards. Two batteries In the rear I be sent to me!" I I Fort Clinch which commands the | slowly at the base of the plant, I
.admitted running the )]i May 28, a small slexip' under sal completely commanded the rail- June 5 An armed boat crew entrance to St Marys Sound. The 'and not water the foliage WAS $1295
,out of Indian River, and said that West, congratulates Lieutenant was discovered north of Chassahowltzka road, and In addition to being very from the U 5, schooner Fox landed '' main Federal force will be sta. DO fert"Izo: your Easter III.i .
tfcey were cnroule to :Nassau with Budd, commanding the U. S S River. Two boalsI ere strong were most elaborately finished today about ten miles above I tloncd at Jacksonville. One regiment lies utter blooming! innunls at biweekly .
,,their cargo of eollnn The e'aptur.had | Somerset on "the zeal you hive' sent to Intercept the sloop, but the having a sharpness eif out. Dead Man Bay on the Gulf coast of white troops will be stationed i Intervals, hibiscus when NOW $1095
sloop Fortunate was leaking| displayed and the good Judgmcn crew set It afire and escaped The line almost equal I to masonry. and destroyed a salt work, Including at St. Augustine, A regiment growth begins, and hydrangeas!
very badly and was abandoned you have shown In the affair at fire was extinguished' before It did This line extended about l'i' miles Iwcnty-sevcn kettles of 200 I I of mounted troops will be sla- for summer bloom
Fifteen Northern prisoners ar- Apalachicola by which you so real damage however. The when n new linn begun Acrossthe giilIons capaclly each, five houses Boned on picket and I
any scouting duty
I : I DO plant will willa bulbs, the 1962 Ford Falcon
- sloop was the General FincgiiMadge dirt road; north;; of the i; ruihoad i and a largo quantity of tools and al the junction of the roads lending wlilteand. pink are purllculmlypretty
bound from Crystal Rlv. the woiks of the class carts I from
( ) were same PlcolaU and St Au ul'
but there are other colons> ,
SATURDAY cr to !Havana, with a cargo of five as those described, except the! the federal General; Blrnc-y has todnv I 1 tine hWtd'y A fume will bestationed 'The bulbs may be lift in the soil 4-Door
OPEN. kales ((2028 pounds i of Sea.I llInd stotkadcs had platforms/ std/ embrasures rcqucstc-d that the Wh U. Sclnred ,, Bluff, wiln I to multiply, They are relative of
cotton and two bone-Is of turpen for field pieces The (' a riKlmcnt which he ic. a small de-tachme-nt on SI Johns,
liliielieilus and treated the WAS $1295NOW
JUNE 6 AT 6:30: P.M.LOSE line Russell relumed to I ho month winks al that point were almost 1 canny' organized be transfcirrd I Bluff, A permanent; picket will; bomaintained I way, are same
of the Homeifcjssa Kivcr, and three solidly eeinslriieled and beautifully and says Hint "for these two regiments at the railroad bridges .
( ; 12:30:: ) A.M. DO lake mote ehryhanllie-
inurs Idler he moved up rivet finished All eif these works were I I I1'111 send In exchangeany ', leading from Amelia Island; small mum cuttings, Set out futtlngH
MABE'S RESTAURANT with three boats unit) twenty-live filed and the camp was demolish. I two while regiments In this I permanent picket In tcnnmlina, round lust, month or If you prefer $995
men to rcconnoiler, The follow Inp ed "Tlic labor of many thousands : district." and mounted men to watch the I divide clumps, pinch back nl ,
son IKHTII: ; STREET; morning at daybreak' they were of men for many weeks wis thus June 6 Washington Is disturb shore of the bland and the crossIngs setting( then at 3 week Intervals
underway again, headed for TlRct. destroyed and one of the most ed over the poor. record of volunteering from the mainland Moic- to encourage branching, 1960 Chev. 4-Door
Try Our Specialty Delicious Bar-B-Que Fall Island, about ten miles froirhe formidable barriers to the march for I Iho Federal l service In over, Birney Is expected 'to set on I DO\T: skimp on water with
mouth eif the river When with of any arm' to Tallahassee removed Florida, Major General John G the defensive, guarding the points
Pound Rib Sides I .. ____ ____ __ 6 Cyl. Std. Shift
By or the Con. Union General Cordon I mentioned above .
In two miles of place, a Foster, commanding the Department -protecting the --- --- -
Chicken Steak Seafood Dinners federate flag was observed flying reports, of the South, has today ordered loyal Inhabitants, and annoyingthe menls of our steamers" lie Ism;
Russell sent a boat ahead to reconnoiter June 2 The Federal force I full-scale recruiting within I enemy as much as possible by I ordered to send a force, not excccding WAS $1295
TO GO PHONE zei-soss following slowly after. which yesterday attacked and de. the state. Every while male within occasional scouting and raiding 200, for "the purpose ol
ORDERS wards wllh the schooner, When stroyed Camp Milton em McGirt Union lines between 18 and 50 parties It must, however, be understood scouring completely' the Island end
he boat was within six or seven creek and drove the Confederates is ordered lo register and to be that you are to abstain I I point above mentioned, capturing NOW $1095We
hundred yards of where tho flap back toward Baldwin are returning I orginiml Into militia companies. from destroying the property of any rebel scouts or pickets or torpedo .
was flying, two boats containing, today to ksonvlllc. There These companies will drill two I Union citizens." layers and causing alii I
Ight to ten men each were ob were rumors that the Confederates hours each week and can be used June 7 The Union command I the loyal Inhabitants to remove to''
NEW ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT served pulling off In great haste would attempt to Interfere with I for; defense of Itt area 'or for post at Jacksonville receives Information the east side of the St Johns, and Need More
The army boats pursued firing at this Federal move, but nothing garrison duty I any person wants t i all Die disloyal to remove Wl'Nt''
hem when they ran their boats happcne-d The Federal forces In. regular Union service, he will oe that loads of torpedoes I and within the lines of the enemy." Clean Used Cars -
on the beach and escaped to the volvcd were the 157th New pul In a company for service In have been sent by the rebels to A launch from the U S. S Saga- ''
--: 3 DRY CLEANING UNITS woods The Confederate boats wereaplurcd 35th U. S Colored. 3rd U. S.Yurk'i Florida and will be treated as any le-mlng's Island, above Doctor I more and two boats frcm the U See Us For A Top
and Union men landed ored, 17th Connecticut 107th other tnlttd States volunteer Confederate I Lake, McGirt Creek, and Saint S. steamer CI'deI'stt'rdll)' moved ,
on the Inland, taking possession o1' 7th U. S. Colored 144th New deserters are exempt Johns River, These torpedoes hive up the Suuannec River for, the Trade Now
Special Summer Rate the Confederate flag(, a small 75th Ohio mountedi, and the OhlO'j from the proUilons ot this decree, cither already been placed In the purpose of seizing cotton which,
uanllty of ammunition, a small Rhode Island Artillery with The Federal commander of the ,i St Johns River or will be shortly according to rumor, the Confed- ,
$1,00 Per 8 Pounds brass one-pounder, and an assort pieces Seiulh Carolina. Georgia, and Florida unless active measures are taken' crates were ulili/ing for the pur.
meet of various other articles A Florida newspaper describes )i Department has today Issued against( II," He is also told that pose of constructing breastworks LASSERREMotor
About a hundred yards from when vinegar as "an essential element the following sanitary rcguUtlons: "residences of that part of the Reaching Clay' Landing the Federals .
Suggestion/ : Dry 'lean Wanh and Wear Hems he Confederates had been ala for the table, the pantry, and the ,|I Each camp must be thoroughly bank of the St. Johns are used for captured a hundred bales,
tinned was the residence ot form. medicine chest, but one eif those I! policed every morning and evening I the purpose of espying the posl- mostly tea-Island cotton, which Co.
To; Improve Their Appearance er'' U. S Senator David JoevyYu.. elements which, If nut good, letgood and all garbage or refuse matter I lion of our gunboats and picket. today they brought down river Ii

lee, The.. place. 1st not tccllplt'd al for nothing," It offers the following ...will be collected and burled; boats on the..'river: and the, move-/ was stored tonight at Cedar Key,
Want To Dye Something \ : !till nme. The buildings where the recipe"Take: one quartof --- -- -- -- -- ---- --------
flag was flying was set afire, and blackberries, add three quartsof
One Agitator Washer Reserved For Dyeing; the names spreading rapidly I water and two spoonsful of
"communicated themselves to Mr sugar or molasses, put In a demijohn .
Yule,', residence and It was burned and set In the sun for
COOPER'S LAUNDRY to the ,round." Russell nays about two weeks, and you will
that he got underway shortly el.I have excellent vinegar"
terwards and proceeded to rejoin
'. & BEECH STREETS I her this A Florida newspaper quotes
Uth the Two Sisters, meeting owner of a Charleston bar who
morning off Bayport beacon. says that barring the Ice, he can

Mrs Doris Howard, ManagerSEETHEVOLKSWAGEN'CARAVAN\ June 1864 furnish the documents for making COMMERCIALPRINTING
mint juleps, that would nm be
;,.* i ,* June 1, Brigadier General ,' condemned by a Virginia jury" .t .'i ,,
William Birney, U. S. Volunteers The Florida paper asks Its "read-I
HERE JUNE S-6 Is today ordered to relieve Brig. ers to comfort themselves with
adler General George II Gordonof cooling considerations and with

, command of the District ol (he reflection that It is not whole
Florida Union'( 'I. "
some to use Ice to excess
Word has leached Florida that By order of U. S. Secretary of
I Brigadier-General William S the Navy Glelcein Wiles the U. S.
I Walker, who accidentally rode Into S luka Is sailing from New oik
the Federal lines on May 20 to Key West, and will be attached
Now while lighting around Petersburg, lo Admiral Bailey's command
Virginia, Is In enemy hands When A detachment from the U. S. S.
he was called upon to surrender, Sunflower, traulling In three armed .
he refused and was fired upon boats, today landed on Tampa
FASTER SERVICE AND killed and he him.
Hii horse was Bay and destroyed a sizeable salt I
self was so severely wounded In work, four large kettles, furnaces
the unit that amputation wait no. and a quantity of salt
REASONABLE PRICES ternary Ho Is presently a prisoner June 3 tonle-elerile General; Is A Specialty With Us

of war Pillion/ Anele-rsein re-ports that his I ,'
Federal Rear Admiral| T, Ilailey men have regained their peistllunsal
commanding the East Gulf Bleiekading Camp Milton on McGirt Creek.
forfjmlifitllg Squadron, reports (hut ai "Our lines," ho says, "are as
of today he has twcnty-nine vcs- they were before the movementsIt ,
sets and seven tenders attachedto was preibably a reconnaissance

e"/I.'f't'd his command. by the enemy Our loss trilling Check your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Business
The Horlda Brigade-, cnnslsllnit The New York Tribune today
of the 2nd. Sib, and 8th Horlelu. carries a full report em the meet.
dJ'lfllal"J' $ under command of Brigadier' Gen tug of the "Union; men eif Florida' Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you
7edd7 eral E. A. Perry, lost approxl-\ held In Jacksonville. May' 17, IK.i4 l ,
250 men In the flKliliim of electing dele.
mutely for the purpose
last month In the Baltic of the Kales( to the publican/ Nation may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.
nnrl Wilderness, Virginia, 'Ihe remnants CeuiYcnlioii scheduled' to meet this
I of the Brigade were today consul nionlh In Uillimeuo Hen'Ida/ d. Ie.
IdallKII Ilh 'lnellun'8 BiiK.iele, gates(/ urn Cidvm Holimson, JohnS
and It new (nslnts> eif the 2nd 51h' Sinuuis, mid Phillip Fra/ier
rs/nharesr(' )le 1/ lib, Hill, tilth, and lltll ie'Kline'ills nil su|>|)oile-is et' Abraham if we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

A federal cxpeelilion. iiinilhting.!! coin, timid In oipnsitiein| to L. l lMickney II,,

All And Of of admit 2.WO men m.uclung( In who Is eaiiipal (niim for our keep complete file at
Styles Types EngravingWE two columns, lelt Jacksonville uiel Salmon P. Ui isc, The bllt-kncv presses turning as we a our
mined westwardly bread Conic'el- fuel Ion has also nominated ele legates

crate Camp Milton em Mel.nUCuek ; to the IJalnnioie meeting, fingertips of all printing produced in our plant.
the retulc mil>f the' whether these
and on but It Is questionable
:: I Tallahassee IIJII.I .
Jacksonville and men will be seiiled.Aresrding
ENGRAVEnLETTEIuIEADs road There are two dirt I ranch: to elispalelie-n, received
::; :
I south; of the railroad, but Colon In Floiiela. Mijeir Pie'Kens Uirel'Ith ,
: BUSINESS CARDS scemls reported that owe eif I the,*" Meniila Infantry', was killed f Our printers take pride in their; work and you are assuredof
""a8 obstructed and well lurched, today at Ceilel ll.uborH.. and
ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY both for artillery and liilaimy'," Regimental Adjutant M A, Hog-
: The other l II open, sod Ihls In the era Captain B L Re'>nolels (Com- a neat, clean and accurate job.
one which. the Federals useel puny' \II'', and Lleult'lIl1l1t1'n\ B
About 3 a.m. this rmmiliiK the. Lane iCnmpany U.I > 11th Florida
See Samples At Union fence surpilscd the l'ollfl'd.l'rute8 lire also casualties IteulmenUl
and drove them buck toward Aeljutanl James Owens. Captain PHONE
lIald\\III. The Cewleeleialei James Tucker iComuaiu) 1 II'. and
were able to burn some of the rail- Lieutenant K. I D, llairison ,('om. 261.3686
.3crnandina l1cach Ncute-Ieahcr roud trestles, but abandoned supplies parry B'> are seriously woundedHnenans ,
and forage The federals re- Brigade takes up the or
PHONES 261.3686 261-3687 port that the Contcderatc breast line of march lor Petersburg, Va. ''
works were "made of '!. ge lugs,!! June 4 Conferedale Major 261.3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERPage
firmly lastened and covered with Samuel Jones) commanding theDepartment ';,
We Represent One of the Largest and Best earth The log partI as 6 Got' eif the South informs i I'
wide at the bottom and' 3 lit the- the Viar IXpaitme-iit In chmonel:
lop They were proof against field that the Conle-ele-rutes have reestablished
Firms In The United
Engraving artillery The stockades l're torn their lines In East tlur.
posed of timber from 12 to 16 Inches Ida along :McGIrt Creek, lie says, 'i
I thick, with loopholes 2 feet ;So Mr UK- mom nttempii "f the ,



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(I1- Netva.Leailer. Ftin.imlina I IVueh 11mid i Thursday, June 4, 1964 Tags Seven
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; Shave Team Wins
Bowling Tourney with 2 hits while Pet Wee N >!>ln.
Slants I Golf Association James J. Bowers Islanders Defeat Gonzales, P Durrani and Jut
; Sports
[ Commissioned2nd lecper also hit for the Islanders

KAC Chem-Cell Ray Forehand and Carey Hi'ml,
!4-Ball Tourney To Attract Large Field Lieutenant ; dark led KAC withIn! kith apiece

',I BY CURT GORDONA 1 I r Turin and The team of Tim( Shave captain Edges Porter's In the hitting for K\C
week of Fiesta Is being in. of the Summer Program I fur the Del 1 Theibild: Frank Lim, Entries arc still crmlng In fur lie handicap event is ARC san LINE StOIIF:
loped by local residents and visitors 'I youngsters at the high sehoul and Me Iv'In Bowling ned and all bowler must have .
bright Hester fired a the Fiesta of Eight Flags/ i 1 him i el edged!: Pinters :5.4>
and we have plenty of sportIng -, campus, Registration begins Mon sensational net 62 to win the 4. Tournament being staged this t ibllshed league au'ratal! as oti y 'Jx mud, 'in llnndirs difialed k\C I,lunderi< OlIO 000 2 ,46
events to keep (he fans Interested day morning for boys and,) Bills South A i. l4gmuticap > axlL KAC 000 ONE I 1
ball golf tourntv slaved Saturday week at Buccaneer Lanes on > In use b Kile. 2.1 1 In soribnl: -- b
this. week, Little League, age six and abo\c Baseball, bas. I I ,
I by the Fcrnumllna Beach Golf 8th StreetBuccaneer. allowed Is To of 2IKIV ( 81"11I11 i ''lIhl Friday night In I the
Senior Women softball kttbflll, badminton golf ping I Powers and Nobles; Lyons and
League, I Association, Lnncs his a 'h a 60 pin hinduup per giimeI lot',it I III Si (tbiill League,
Men softball take up many days pang and tennis are some of the Tied for second phic were the teed MM; In prize money lZuaran.// I ,,filers may re.enter us many ('hrin.Cell hnd In come< up withIhiri Ciiddcni, Markham, .
but on Sunday the special attractions activities will be going on I teams of Andy Aidirson' captainEd I on bowling contestants and t es as they wish with I the pay ," ins In the last of the sixthIn ------- -
will be the Annual Outboard I daily from eight until three Kids Jones, Bob Ingrim/ Exleen number if the finest bowlers In I I nl of (ho entry fee Hi"'ii i cu,Inmbililnd, victory
Races, followed by the first Shrimp under the age of six are requestednot Corbett and Dick Bennett Captain, I the Southeast are expected to com ':ach entry Is entitled In three! live' i 'mush Pi tiers' team,
Boat race ever staged here This to attend because there will ,I Jack Vann, Ail He'us law, David J ors across the 6 lints L .Ma i ,vcr lid Pi,"i h'r's In lit
ll something different and should nit be anyone available to watch Niisbbaum, peteTen pil/cs will bo given, ranit lent y Eills a nd) ('cell Hi'due', 'r : : lint 'IIh' 'Inn' and Tim'r i .urn i i.i
keep racing fans Interested all'I Hum The other teams competing and InN from f.'iK) fur first place to $10 I (1 Ill'U'or Bicenneir limes. lire k : ) with doubles Simni,'ni
Sunday afternoon The annual Golf dr iJ > J. I the order In which 1 they finished: for the tenth spit | s nsoring/ the lonl'nc'llIh Tom'I )1)13' mil Sloe! Thomas shuicd In I'ir : .
Tourney ill be completed Sunday e Chrlsiam. manager of Wisconsin 67 Bill Melton, Al Dodlne and The tourney will end on Sunday i man as chairman of the( tour \ ter's Ills
afternoon also, All of these things I Rapids one of the Twins Pete Ingram, night I I 1i \" .. .
._ B till lie led Chem Cell wllh a
along with a big Bowling Tournament farm teams which trained --
system I 67 Bob Gedeon, Don Rcberts,
diiihle and single while Bill\
makes this a full week for here and of the players uxcame
tome Carl Swanson and Walter Preston
I llnoiiLjl with single Hiekix '.
sports fans, I wives hud a narrow escape recently I 69 Andy Allan, III, Andy AI. Chem-Cell Tops i hem-Cell Tops J nmn!/: Garden I nnd/ Charles tiS" -=.
''1 1T 11' *(t when( a tornado struck the mobile -: Ian, Jr. Bully Jones and Dr, Cecil ('UI'IIC'I i, nit silily fin I the WIIIIIIIKI .
.t(tWe failed to mention It last t camp In which the \l'lvl'll'l're : Brew'ton, ffjlI'fC
week but efforts are being madeto IMng/ Luckily none were hurt too 69 Bob Viung Archie Smith KAC Islanders Braves On Hord'sOneHit I.INISI: 'Oltl! ':i : -
get Amrrlcin Legion baseball Iwellv Jue and his term were al Jehn Gregory lId Bub Ramsey, + : t
going/ again this year. There Is the ball fork for a game lust I, 69 Fred Osteen, Jack Mi El. : I'm I IIIHI I ) 22u1 0(I -. 4 d II.jIi1.1thlnkt'o.haokudan
Outslug Porter'sMond.iv Pitching Chem 'i'\11, IDO 101 ; !
here x > (IiI .
available ,
some good talent about tnc miles away Kenny, Arch 11 n)'die and Bill Rod. ;:
and Post 54 has some fine equipment I' < .J offer, ,I UrIkrli,\ und Cover; 11, dx
which should be activated Jimmy bwlna. former he'man. 70 Buddy Buigess Ed HooperBob nleh/: | Clum,Cell dcmmi "us' ('hl'III.1'I1 ('UIK dm, nod the :\ : .tames J, UmeiHMin mid I II) lie
Instead cf, being stacked away In dina HiUi!: Athletic star won an j Bioslln, KAC, 7.2, In the opener ef a twin \\I'', 'hwlist BiaviH, 92, as MaxI : of, ti', :::
moth balls We still contend that Lnnnin, : the Islanders hlll/ I 1'(1 I twisted a one hitler for tin I In the lilkhluip the hllIul'n| .. ..
I award recently at the halftime of ,, 70 Tom Paul Kornnu bill will out /: cis. 1'Hll\! I liddi SI. war enimilKhliinid It
unless we continue the baseball the Annual G.Day fodbill game I I C. W, Howard, tester! Durham glng Poilcrs, 11.7, in the nit-lit/ w nrrs,. The only hit of the gamy a 'I'IIII( ( lleiiliiiiint In the mid .Ml( I bunted, for six' Inn MI.Swllh ,'
program Into Legion bull It lakes at the University: of Georgia/ The 70 Harry Poolc, D W Ringer cap, 0 he I pitching( of lIurd came In Arnn altir being Kniil.iiitul I nun in'H hi'r (turn ninnim, hut ., O1
some of the luster away from University Is giving a Plaque to Ed Boner, Jimmy Gordon and P Taylor I II fiat liming when TimmM the CHI eec I'undid,lie' Silionl ilL the l'I.lIIcll'l' si'mid 2 In tin lip; '/ItttrltTill' ash"
Utlle Lcutfue and Senior League !I a student In each Held of sports 70 Jim Parson, Ben Grace, had two hits apiece ti lend Ch m. M I ptr billed( a hums' inn In tin i (lieH Iliu und i MisKlle I'e'nit'I'. nl Iii' siviiilh to nle KAC. 2.\Ias I,
ball : with the lilUiebt: 1I'IIOIIlhlle< I a\cr I John Hooper/ L, K.ulltll: l'I'II.11th Tailor getting a double, f" inning II"id did nut ',illiiwHII Furl( Sill, Okli !Mjy H,. .KU' si'i ud one" In Ihu list ifIII
r trtr age kwiiiH won' for the field ot 71 Rudy A ork, John Doric. Charles Coibeit and Hutch Lee sine I iiur hit after/ the fist I I PmhiK I hi,' 2l wick iimisc Inn !' MM Illll
| Little Billy Suite came up with : Golf, Bill Miller Fmersnn Flier. I hit SHlelv for the winners, H"mile MilMn.iUI lid IIi Cubs I, h'lUlI1t'r" inilveil I Inhtl'lIe- Ih'lII' 1'\\1'1', \ mid Ixiniuv t4. PMACFS f 1
one uf (he bitter catches In centeifield I -&' Tuesday afternoon, Fulton AIM the'r former Fcrmindiiu lile.IlfiHilbiill : Illnn, John Dixie, Tom Dlkbv, KAC with\ two hits\ eaeh Cum I 1 try (nil hit dmblcH John llol I leatiunr, eliilieinkH 1'lIl11hllll.,1, duns ul the year as null(
ran almost In the fence to catch( star, Jimmy 1101'1.l0 73 Glvn Wuus, Jim Webber, Braeleluek, diddins, Markham mud 11- lime thrllllllhlIh the other arms I ladies" end I mop i| mid ui'rial pecker i ,ilhnvtd\ only six hits with -
smash by Steve EnsleyM i home this week for a day Jimmy lI I Cecil Lopllcn, limy" Taylor, Lublgang also hit safely for KAC, In /lor the I tubs. i phi In leailiim I leiilPiiinil Iliiuiitmined limuv sinking out II anil, I.voni ,
& *! .1 l ljl Is now a Lleulenjnt In the Army 73 John Gnl'HI. Gus Low en- hued walked time unit struck I the AI my Inuinibir:\ striking! mil 7 ridi:' 1,11l'llI'rulk.. M, 1'1 tu, Ih.
touch Wayne Burner informs tin and stationed at Fort Denning/, I stein, Evert Williams, John Bar- LINE: SCORE: I mil four In pitching the winning I \\HilJ! I), td ,inlv two bitters, o. ,'"
I nlak, KAC -1(10100-2S( game, I He Is a 1 Wi1! urwlu.'ilo IIf .','r, BIIIIIV Alvarez lid Hie I M.nidi'/is I AN" IIV'' II RNIINI>INA

i 73 L C Shave Charles Tom Chem.tell OOo02 7 6 LIVE. SOKFt: iiiilini I It 'ml h high Out aOI I and, -
i Imson, Hugh/ Stunt. Don) Brown u : alttmldl t1111'IIIII sinio tiiKdsiijlullalia '.
I Biases Zen( (Kid 2 1 II
74 Cnhh\'II. Jim Clark I I lublgang and Markham; B, Cox '
Ray j:
( ills 020 003 :3 I 5
WAIT Ray Landl'ess.I't: Roberts, I and B. Lee, I hieU( S, \IIMV PII01C' For Good Service
T.lihl(1 Blown Ibid and
) unit
74 Jesse Tmcr, Steve Spcncc A fifth Inning proved( In I ;
k Perce EnUmlntcr/ Alike Hula, I be the downfall of Porters as the' D iiLJai,. andDepondable
74 Red Bean: Herbert/ Luke 'I Islanders scoied 6 In the fifth to RUBBERSTAMPS
'TIL JUNE 5TH & 6TH i Tom Tilman, add to the five scored In the first Senators Win d Products

74 Jehn Scarboro. E, V Garcia two Innings/ to Rive the Islandersan
FOR I ( David Thomas 11.7 win over Pinters
Porters raUli'd11th 3 runt In j i As Higginbotham
73 'V.bor Alvarez Al I
l\Illll'r'l the seventh, but could not score Any Size Lasserre Motor Co.
John Kcirsey, |
: enough to match the winners.
Used VolkswagensFROM The next activity of the Gill Thornton led Porters In hitting i Twirls 4-Hitter Any Shape

Association be a mixed 2.bull i with 3 for 3 with Simmons and I Inquire<| At Esso Service -
tourney on June 20 and on July 41a Alan Cover getting Iwo hits apiece the Kin uliis Smalois t pi'mil
i best ball of partners said tour. Simmons, Cover, Schi,mas, Thorn. :'I, tin huind liilf ul link 1.11111'I"I'I / NewsLeaderI'hone
ney chairman Don Brown this ton and Tlncr smashed doublesfor iv by clowning Un Rotary Jets, 629 S. 8th St.
MotorsIN week, Porter whit John Beckett: lira, as Hindlc IliKklnliulliHm
Brundage 2ir.M: ( .
Beckett getting singles! .
and Steve twined a four hitter for the win
I' i i'N Carl Jones I led the Islanders I nmI
FERNANDINA BEACH with 2 singles and a double with I I.add Gi.rdm. lid the Stumors
I SOLD IT Benny Alvarez Retting a single I In lulling with a double and two

ATCOOPER'S THROUGH THE and double, Pee Wee Nobles and singles/ while 11I1IllIb'lhum!: hud a
Gene Powers hit doubles with Nat double. and single and Ricky' MeD .
LAUNDRY i WANT ADS Smith coming through with' a i, nuld two singles, I Paul Schrmilr,

single, and Bobby Ferreira hit safely once

: Corner 14th & Beech Streets I t LINK SCORF: I I fur i Eddie: the Senators Justice, end Hilly llurbmk .

Porters 310: (Hit) 3 7 It''' had two hilt apiece, to lind
. --- Islanders I 2JO OW) x 11 8 the JcU In hilling/,
1 I
I J, Beckett and Cover: Power LINE: SCORE:

and Nobic; Alvan'z.Concora Senators 322 OW: !10 9

HornetsIn B.//
HlMJh'bitham and Ferreira:

JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" e. Burbank, Suruno and J. Cover, ,y j
: Close Battle D, Cove I

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Ctncora Hornets defeated a PAGE 9
: Suburban battling KAC Redlcg team last
B E WISE.I Tuesday night, 10.8, The hornets

T IDE I S Gas Co. led In the ball game, but a big ,
"Porcelainize" Propane rally In the last of the fill i I ourEXPERT
: I
ALL knotted the score at 8.8 for the :
SERVING Redlegs, The Hornets came through \ MECHANICS
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES It JETTIES YOUR NEEDS IN with two runs In the hnal Inning
LONGER THAN LP GAS AND to win the ball game, I 'z'I I get your car ready now I
Add 30 Minutes F.r GAS APPLIANCES
, ORDINARY WAX JOB Bill Lceper pitched and batted
We do all this work
. Feraandlna Barber 7 South67th6St. the Hornets to the victory aliII" ''I : 9 5

, LASSERRE MOTOR : ; liedleg collected batters 3 lilts In and a struck fine pitching out 14', v A\\\\ Front Wheels

\ CO. RIGB LOW effort Al Bennett, Martin llillin\ I I .-
Balance Front Wheels
T. H KIN Gi and Wayne Vlzcarrondo( hit safely'for I
( 8th Ph. 261.3819 1
S. St. Friday, June .) the Hornets, Brakes
3:20: a.m. 9:57: am. PHOTO SHOP Mark Davis, Roy tlcminn, Sim \1Itj( I :Adjust Any American
i and Joe Rulifler gut
3:59 10:10:: on Crosby vllu a Complete Car
: p.m. pm
Weddln.s ,
1 the Ilcdlegs
? nun the four hits made by
Going Fishing ''t"a I' Tuff to Scuff ft Safety Inspection
Saturday, June 6 t'Um A portraits LINE SCORE: Part extra, If needed

; Visit U. For 4:21: a.m 10)1:; am Pholo APPul:' .nl Hornets 017 002 10 6 Inside or Out!

. Complete Line Of 4:57: p.m, 11:28: I'm. 6uppae. OtltyM..aUNa Rcdlcga 0110 3oO;; B 4 j
Fishing Tackle Sunday, J one 7 .""no.-."a Let'per and Burton: Wry T Do Font Porch ,ARC EXPENSIVE! Famous Make
, Rods Reel. Davis and Avery 0'elwln
. Outdoor Camping: /5:20) : a.m. 11:4: nm. StudIos At 504 Ash SL I 'A and iid seer costly cncy towmx battery charge > BATTERIES 9 99

Equipment 5:23: p.m Phone 261.4586 Take First purchaser Let our experts i
t & Floor Enamel test your ittery before you As Low As .a II'Volt
:1\londar\ June 8
alert your vacation Ir.p. Eschenpe
FIR I EST 0 N E Rowland
6:16It.m.: 12:2:1: : am. Win From CardinalsIn
. BEACH SUPPlY I Hire's a tough enamel dim
6:47: p.m. 12:37: pm. UPHOLSTERY
take we,'ilher and hard wear outsporehorpauuoulsidenndhcasy
: 112 Atlantic At. 261.4482

Tuesday, June 9 NEW 1 DO covERrvrn YOU oR E.nJ'AIR I Senior LeagueThe floor trjllit inside the> huutc./ f'r'.fOnt' NEW TREADSAPPLIED

. 7'11: a.m. 1:18:I am, TLRVuTLgC Ttl 'tll'R I Pirates l'Xllloch'd for Id\ base Easy to use,with I rush or roller, ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRE
Your 7:40: p.m 1:28:: pm. deliut on wool, icinirctt, uhova
NEW; wR.AT envhae i ills and scored I in runs In
Wednesday June 10 ton YOLK: InlIhl'/ Cardinals, 18.4, for tht'ir grade. Unc.1 quickly to u high" WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
first 'innir League baseball win alu" LlwL 1 .tllof yearn. Narrow or Wide Design' ,
Ad Here 8:05: a.m. 2:10: FREE ESTIMATES: I ,
i a.m. of the year ONLY Tubelett s
or TubetypeOur
8:32: p.m. 2:20: nm. We Pick l'p and Deliver John Vvclsnrr belied' a home $717 4 for
Ii I run and two singles while T Wil OAL.I 777l4 m iit J ____ ___ .
Will Be Seen Thursday, June Porter G Lovequist lams smashed two triples and a lint Treads, identified ey MntatUon/ 1114 .top iw* tri
single and Fletcher Shurlcy hit OUARANTIID 4 9
8:39: !) a.m. 3:04: am General Contractors / lead the Pirates. 1. Anted' *. '"".. ''JLn'jh'L"i! """!..1.! ,"*". '".II _*
three singles to !
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p.m. p.m. SPECIALTIES In hitting Roger Rollers hit t I "frN .. ...ryd., p.-a.r..r ... roo U _110..
7 500 ..._..,.. .
. By Friday. June 12 PI.TIC'WOOJ\HlRKIMi! seRF AriSe; double and single. \an Scukravtswo I .*aitl..ssd.Jr4n..L prorO4 us Icw4 wee sad 1.a.4 n 110' arlw. airnst -'
singles, Fred Adams two sing/
9:1)4: ) a.m. :3:57: am.CUSTOM Rrn.T CABINETS leI with Clint Rich adding a single; ..J.-, .,,'- ..!,'9'F- ,; .!t Plus tax and 4 trade.'In 4ln..' .

Readers 10:18: p.m. 4:08: pm: : KITCHEN REMODELING AND BATH for the Pirates,
Complete Showroom I K, Lancaster Ird the Cardinal

1)d.. CClUrl.., For Color Coordination Mtl'fIIlth a triple and single;
Week!I with Taylor m, triple and Porch s M
Every Coen & Gtoodetle ......, lining a .
Phone 261.3068 Wayne \\ingile/ a d"b)1') Curl .NAM.LNassau
Janiels hit a single/ for the losers :
FUN IN THE SUN fl Jiratcs 041 1'10'' 18 W Building &
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W mowy \cws.l! fader. fermndnn at'h. I"l< iuli Thur'sdav, June 4, 19CI Pagl NineHardee's

School Echoes. -
call our rights/ on the highways
Moore'sMoore's Deaths Reach '
IIY wi tun brmu down that fl ure -
KATHY lURDLf: if not Ills total of deaths will re-
LAl n.LATllltol' RU ARSJS.\ll.r: main hlkli," Kirkman warned
MIKL: IIUVNTI UtilitiesIn 494 In State -- --

." Hlli'. twilled in till auornm 11111\' IB whiit one expects from
I I Rand:: held HI final (''' (.' (in(( (it "InnlUil! As usual\. Doubleheader Traffic Mishaps titers It\ is nut wlmt one dues

''h, \cur on Friday night(! I bund did i I Iiik jib Oil( an exI oiu wlf. Oscar Wilde
.' III I and John Ptilitu J I, nl .
Beud'I. pugrumn a II n'(dieblind'd M in'<. 17 1'\11 I I \\II\SSI! : : i Hi'"Me, k HIP
mil bane Lewi mid I | <(> 1'inn Sri iv. I 111'' WIIIK( Crud. In tin \1'11111"' game 11 .1 Inuh'' I 1(1( 'I 1 lulu'< ,i n 'hills 01 I I Ill, II ,ii !114I !(
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Hveash oiidtiitod. n. the Lllllc Women held a header i W'dIl1'8d.y:. nihl| Inn I'\I'U'I i hate d id (n t 11'1,1111', 5(11.
mulim, the Stage Bund | 'c Jill Ihe Seniors al the KAC Moi"n' s rnnia back In the nix it. demo in' the Horldi. BluiN" and
nicd Kiilhirlnc Peters ( l di.e. :Mary lliland who hadtried can I III craw Pubic llililkn 100, MI MIIn Build it with

is tat vlic,pusldint of STUDENTS AM!D GUESTS 1tlPEARIIN I BOOT( PIANO: ( KbCIFAL Front row Fmilv Fledge and Flolse Minim iidlillon, In tin' Inns if loudnii

l-nli, Wom' honored a. the from left Donna Becker, Nancy White Drnise Hfafnei. Julie Tailor, Jamie \\hile lid Ilirilu\ in hlttmu: t wl I'h 3 null '<. klllid |111 these 11I."It'III'i,| SAKRETE
HELP.STOP nn'i i' II lu had dime the fur ('arrle1..
most willinn llirrliikl II .
1"1'11.( nn/ tot lnvdcd ('IInllm '
Ih l ,'' lib The Llltll''m'n havei Rebecca n\ rd, Dorothy Hoot, Anita Hall, Jerry Kerne, Kathryn Piper, I.mine Cnr.p. Mullli and Jinni l'
%111'7. \ntiey ( Ills ti It nlmtmilli
I < //I smog I a Graduation i Dime bell :Martha Helen :McPherson\ and Barbara Stitton Hick low from left : Bob Sprinjrer.ilhne tie IN ndi, 'ison gelling two his ,HIM IUIMIII Tim IH qiil\'i' n 1(1111' i li'il nil Concrete Mix

MALICIOUS 1 'li" i "'HI"II \pnis. and everyone \\ ISIinihird, Thelma Rich, think Jones, Dean Mo ens )Dune Johnson, und for i II1111111'1'1.. .Jlllle I Kol,,(lid. 1'.11 l I for c'urlll'8..11'. ,o." s I, I (C' ,I I. Build or repair walks, steps, etc.
'i" 'm tu injov these diniii very Beth .ariia.; \ T-iumt Smith, Aiini Mure. tad! ((11)11 I II \ Kikimn, 'lul'ld.1 IIIaL, Make patio blocks. Easy to use-
WOODSY Illnl,IIIhr 1-- .----- Lou 11.1I's hit naUlv/ fir Ilirdiih II m l'all'111 I 1 Dim'Inr.I i economical!, Just add water

I iimliiilishmin an In tin J('II(111'1 Ie d.'Ks w is tin 1'llIIInll 't'ill' II" mill, PI ,
BURNING Counties Receive ( 11I1l11II. 1,1 i I i iII
!! i I'" usk (II i taking ihnr, haul ex :! News ,hitter In Mmri with 3 hits williTrlilu II,Ills\( III'"''111'|' I I1',, III ;a Idle| | :
,in". sihiiol will end Inc these: $8,000 In RaceTrack Siaibiro ciltlnit/ two Maim $1H.i.I IHHI( per, liiilf/ fill.illh 1'hl.i
? 'inluiky people on June 3. I Tax Funds 1 Howl md, Muslin II:imill n. Imliitm" Midi i'nst 1 :is IIKS 01 I i. ,("nIm 11- \\I!
The Rec CenterBY I Sin Silva und Sarah:'Is Im /
ton I will bt our list article Inpmr powtr h""II.,1. trial mil' I
Tullnhiissie Stale C( niplnilh'r satdy/ her the losers.IINE ) .
"In" mil II Sipiinibir Mei IISS I'Illld\( XptllSlh III. Int.II I 5'I.drnls ( | '"
I Kay E. C'lcin" said today race
lope i l III t have several surprises In SANDY DeSANDKO: I stoui-:: us will as ixpinvs, Incin p.-
link tax fund links for $8.(Kfl) ..
'1 Il' in juu Hull "red! in hjmy and properly dII11III.' "
Riots all until September 4 I TlltRSDAl, Jl'\E: 4th 1 I Adult Saint\ Class 10'00( to 11,:3i' are bung mailed to tacit of the 67 Hildas 410 40:> 17 111Mooiih b.1'I''k. .

I I Playsdixil In the Game Room a m.. Kirk and DiSimlro, Inslrs iininllisdi ( 200 001: 5 II "I.listiitr dni it. Ihn, nn1'inil '
RaM I enih \ '
1 tat 9:30 am? Carolyn Vlzcarrondo Teen Club In the Game Roan, i en ('uIIIIIY1l14' n ,Ihiu,; win flirt: d",ill 1nnor
7:13 ('('it\ 'd $!-U.OOll I iiini I hi' fund rinr Ah'/in'z nut Hi'ndi'i's m: liiuM.
leader at .
adult : pm.Goldl'n i liltli nil. aid/ \ his( M"n' I,
Bill In nix(/ lhracitI fluent pirlid whiihi Fouler i 111I1'I Rowhunl.l Nassau Building
| Adult and Teen (('raml('. In the Crow Hista ,I,n'him ml motr( lltwlll Hi Ill 'I.I I.I
.. Turn i mi 1111'1'11'1' 01| $21000 our I Iniiini In Ihi si'i 1'\ .: (' M 1011""n Hkonnuil .
Art Room at 3:30: p.m.. Hank tin Auditorium nl fl oil p m
To The VotersOf I Sld's. Instructor\ my Tllmun (,liairmm&lDV 1"'I'IIId I list IIM'al11'. Om I ( biik la hunt llililim( /u II Ib lll| to you)|| till data l| | |III
'lINk11I bi mailid t hI theraunhtI tale I Ills Jl 1"1'111 II I ear (III'I Mil & Supply Co.
Little Mian Hrnindma Contest \'. JINJ: 7th mile lilt) loss ill Connie I (dins ail I tin
I 1 b'I"I' tin Ill'IIKl'al' grin'begins. 101-1'1'5 down with Just 4 hlHJ ir Mmll wo den(' with MiihihliluisinliiK '
In the Auditorium al 7.00 p.m" Lntlurnn Church ll'l'tlulI11 i \ tin'
John MiClmi. Chairman, I COIIII'r nee Room (it 11 00 a.m. / ) nun' r wlcr. linnilti (:Clan and tl\o a little 111'1111' 11."I J J S. !''f h. Phone J61-16:!I J :
Nassau CountyI Tern Club in the Game Room MOMJINF 81 lh Hie' piMiiinUlll) ml a nivv' n.ord Ma'oho II 'inillon, '1'111'1.1 i SI'a u!'. "I'I il<'m null (m und taking stud' al',
II I ;: ,' Tin h11l11l',1 l ruilvul by mill
al 7U: pm Creamier i(9 I IH I In the Art burn, su Sill a belled, nit Iwo his -
Adult and Teen Ceramics Class Room ul 3.JO p.m.. \II ink SulisI ,oiinlv Hlmi tin I(ixns imssid, emit lo Im I Moi 11"'s lit llu pi.itiwilli '
I 1\(IlK fM .Will\ wliuli was paid InMM llcvmlls, S/ll'ah II. '.
In the Art R n in al 7:30: p.m.. InstrI 1.II'y u
I Want To Thank You For I Hank Sides Instr I Senior Cill/iiH Executive Mini il 11012'03----! ; 1'1.llIti Iliinilii linnsind lull((in( ,; NEW ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
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Adult Advanced Billiutim Dime I tag In tin I 1 tinfinnii I Hoim HI sifilv l 101'i llu vlnnirsNiiinliii .
Class In tin Auditorium ut 8 00 'I 4 (00 p mCrawlers. 1\1'11 Cum 211/ :: snilih. Moll Minsluu.
,: p.m" Mr. amid Mrs, Gil Bicker Contest( at tin Rat Humor 1'Iml 241 Cntliv( l)iisiii /and Al,II' Knlkhl! UNITS
The Fine Support and Inslr I, Cintcr nt 4 00 p.m.. Mrs Phan, Buddy Pol) mil, 210\ gill(i l the loin for the' limrsIIM ,
FRIDAY JUNK' : 5th .111'1.I C.iulrmin Huh Siralih IlimlmI Special Summer Rate
\ : >: StOltl:t
I Bout and Fashion Show In fruit i' Adult and Inns Ceramics In tin .adii'sI

Vote You Gave Me In The i if \udiloilum from 9 00 a m. to Art Room al 7J:15 pm. Hank Sides. I liunor: Hint 1117-4.0:; L'Ihilt lea -- (Hill IHI) 0 4 SI.00 Per 8 Pounds

3 00 p.m., Mr, and Mrs. Herb lute. Ilulll Williams,' 1-4H 1: Shone 8 310) IX: -- 10 IIkniitil
White CoChahnun Island Squares Club In the Anditorlum Carolyn 11I1\I1.llul I I l:>841tMm \ SuffK e..; :!t5l Dry (le-un WUJooh and \\ciir Item
I : !, I FIIIII mid I Dipsm' (i ii.suHllll
i at 7:30:: p.m. :
Primaries. Sub Teen Club In I lie Game Room
al 7:IS p.m, Jaycees In the Cinfiiinio Ilinn! Jihnnliilliamson 1IU-5KI. KlMlll, l To Improve Their Appearance ,
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Bikini Shutter In the Conference at 8:00: p.m.Ihuinrlral.
Room at 8.00 pm. \ Sillily In the Clul> Want To )U'e Something

I Am Grateful. SATURDAY, JUNE: 6lh I Room ut 81ID p.m.
Very \\awhi-r Reserved For ))
Bingo In the Amliloi'lum at II 01 One Agitator )'elnjtCOOPER'S
Boat and Fushlon Show In front
p.m., Carson MiKimlui. thai; Happy BirthdayProm
of Auditorium from 9:00: am to
5.00 p,m? Mr. and Mrs. Herb I man LAUNDRY

Thank You Very Much 1 White Co.Chall'mcn.SldRlk Tl'ESDAJt.NE Tennis Class: at 9th Tennis Courts

1I I Art Show In front of I at 500: pm Dm Calduill, Insli 11th & HEECII: STREETS
Rec Center from 10 00 a,m. to Painting for Leisure In the I Ail Judge J. E. ( Gene ) Weatherford
5'00 p.m., Mary Ann Oliver Cliaii. 7:13 \Hank Sides. 1\1r\ '. Doils Howard, Manager\
L. F. (Forrest) HiGGINBOTHAM Room at : p m"
man I InslrBarbirhhnppirg. Don't Forget Your Birth Month Is
Ceramics Pouring Clam In the In the tonic.

Phil,,,, P"III,ml Ad'.rll..nt" Art Room at 8.00 am? (Hank cnre Room at 8 00 p.m. Time To Renew Your Driver's License
Sides, Inslr I Flesh llooliniiiiny In the Audi,. HERE JUNE 5.6 4
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-- -- -_. -- turlum at 7:13: p.m.
I WEDNESDAY, JUNE: 10th -- 1t
'# .:., Ceramics Class f rages/ li.14)) In

1 Ilhe Art Room at 3.30 p.m., Hank

Sides, Inslr \t
Sub Tern Club In the C.IIIK w1

I I ,, ltwm( ut 7::H p m. fvpI'

Till RSIVY, JINI-: 11th ,f
Adult Ceramics In tin Art nllllm

at 3.10: pm.. llaik Sides. Inslr.
I I I Dly
!ir 120J1 'Z Teen Club In the Game Room al I

\\\Ke( ac vs.a 7:13: pm,

Adult I ( Art Hounat (
7:13: p.m.,n's, :InstrSi t I

Quick : 'nli,r Citizens Clunk In the tm.fcicnre I

Room at 7:13: pm

I Methodist Church Supper In the I
Pick Chevrolet and fill in the Auditorium at 7:13: pot CuumllJenkins \
a spacesNow's
Chairman '
I PUBLIC: SHIMMING I \ The Unique Concrete Finish' t, 1'l''' ,1 I "

the time to see the great outdoors in a great Chevrolet buy J.! r. i Monday Monday --Sundry Saturday 2 15.4:43 7: :15.9 p!.m 43. !

J ft'a
here you are on the! brink of vacation typically Chevrolet array of extra-cost p.m. h v Ih
Friday nilJil) IH runlly Mtlil! MARBLE-ALL
time, hire's your Chevrolet dialer in options, I
the! midst of 'fi' idt 'N' Travel Timu Plain Impalas are anything but They I All children both mint; be uiioiiipiiinid. )
or paunlH
You two should l get together! Objectcome in all popular body styles: including I by one -- I

celebrating the! joys of summer in a new wagons. They're dressed up to a fare- '
Chevrolet thee-well: fully carpeted interiors, uphol I Mixed Doubles A PERMANENT EXTERIOR { .:, '

Why a (Chiloli t? \\'ill, \\ith 15 models: story as durable as it is BY AM.II-: DlttYV ,

in four series i \\hat j>o-sibli i reason ill: Ihi'i'e Airs and Biscaym's, the lower priced Week (if 3.2G MASONRY FINISH :

to look further? Chevrolets, make a practice of Tonal) ,_, /w: ;

lake the Impala! Super Sport hiding it. All the conveniences, Tiam SUndn: s W I I. I'lim "t." .ilL. ... :. (

(md i lot of pi'opk do just thaI), no sacrificing comfort or style. W K:. limber Comp; 7 2 72't3'> makes OLD buildings look cowl! I
Did we mention that Trade i The IH Hi-rs 13\ 7427
Cornea a IS ,a 11 Sport is trimmings Coupe like TRADE'N'TRAYEI- 'N' Travel Time won't last Bu'cam'er Lum* n> 4 I'H7Biaih """ ...a, SPRAY ron ITCMIO MARBLE OR ON FIAT ROOF HOOF5\ 'makes NEW buildings stay newt \
1 t
Bar 4 5 Still>> ,
scale center con. TIME forever.? It wont. So see your \ l' t (AvesON ENDS MAINTENANCE COSTS Sparking' white,
bucket ,
front Chevrolet dealer Then fill I Bukus DIIIK 3 (Ii 7177Sonllurn MARBl.E.ALL rcta nit ,iti natural, durable flash.f, .
bole, Special turn-all as: stind-, go i Gas 2 7 7021 a COMPLETELY MOISTURE PROOF Ma bit.all ,liiralc
aid tiiuipuimt. And offers a<-i i-_ in the spaces.L ;. High Tfiini, 3.(.unim \ ,I with oxldg to keen out water! moisturo
''w. E. Barber IIkuih -, "> \ 1 ECONOMICAL Marble.all cots approx,mgtoly asI
I Bur 2UI4Buiiunii \ Ilule I contract no nt Joba)
lILEtTEo INSULATION, Highly ikillcd
Lain 2)11llhh ( 4'
r FINISHFINISHBMARBFSAYEDON chan'ci of Ihe plaster a frgmahouie
I Ind 3.(<,iniiHBiddy MASON ALL EXTERIOR SURFACES ,into an at'tight! masonryrhoma wait
\ I .ildir! 741 I \ Ma'ble.oll 1 I

'":" ------ -. Johnnie Willhmsui 01)0Illlth permanently beautiful knish, for exterior walls of
old brock concrete, frame In use In
Tiam (;tiimi' rrosonry
"a 08u, .o. r5'F liIJ'; I 7"N South F lor da for If yean( .
KIM( ('('iinoi'r lams
W E.: Barber 81'1 l lIlc.iLh I
Bar BHIllkh '

Ind( Game I HOMES Sparkling White BLOCK HOMES
Jihnnlc Williamson, 271! FRAME IDDS 1
('ht rr"hi Irupala Coarerh6loy Buddy nrldir 2i11 1 '"SUUIID" : m ULATlOH
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Buddy inland iIlilfh > aDDS 100 Beautiful DecoratorColors RNING
!Jxratih Itimlir liDS OVlUII'

ss nimldiiil IIU1I1i1'I'lInur \ liDS Alt 1BIM unUP rOREVlR
k6Ns6ItRaa4ast I: Hint l Jfi< :t 411Ulma 10 lOaf : rncR PROOFING
t a aaaAw a tad" Yia awraa'ekJa r dvd / hedge K.,;,. 414 f'OM GROUND Ends
a YlliB Painting :MDOCK IOINTS es.
HlKh Vntdi;! tliiwlirnU tOMPlET 1

I II Ii Johnnli! Williamson<><' ?"1,7IJ .OOHIIG.01tlIlUMBEI Forever! LA/4/

I Buddy Orldir -> '. 11klr l Bll.(pUtEII / :: :: /
('ho'ruld JrSpafa Sport Coapai { *
I Told
Turn "Slundiniis' U I I. I I'ina dpproviil lyHI Aiinrnl of f f Mimbrr njuttil f l rrAY 5.Year Bank Terns IRAVIL
W K: Iiai'hi'r t( mi. II 4 U; U A & VA Quality Chamber nf CommirifWe +t'nCarh lltrfuircdI
The llollirs II 4 !'SHUHuianur
Lanes 14\ !'JII2
Heath Bar 'I II Incite Iniuiriei By
'Kirs farad 4 8 'MA
southern Gas & t'ml, J! 10 IU' lil.I ARCHITECTS ALLIED I I

high Tram, 3"(,unnTm -
H Ilirs 2',.1

lit( kln Drug avttkaih COMMERCIALESTABLISHMENTS AMt l.ti I* OW Re (i.CUmmt .
4. (v, roil l., .1l'' 4 Usr tlnfius 11''lryuri bar MIlllfh > I 444LWJT.I I Uke $ *
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CHECNTHET'NTDEALS. musty Klimlis 'Hii\ In MARBLE ALL and Are Satisfied !
St'pple Grun <>42 We Finished Our Houscs -

MOTOR CO. high, Tram Game I l't. J. II\KKU: IIVIU! : I U.: ItOltlNsON HIM EST: \VIFRO!

WOODWARD Tin Ilnl,in lUll 91:1:I Stanley )>riI'h.. 2Iil.llj: Mil 1 J ,\nuliiDri\e' I'h. 2hl-Mt:! Amdiidl)' I'h Jbl.J706High
Bui i ant'cr Lanes
Phone 26I-16U: I
South R.h. Street 1 \MMNVBKUH.HV.; ))) j I IHh( Ind Came .- -- .- --


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Paaa Tea ISow. :: ( t't. F I'IIIt1It1111It Beacn, Flouua Tntintttiv! JUM 4. JiiC4 Inn! I sharp edge ((9 dulled .., !Spinach; cabbage: endue. run-

uatcr l boakinj In walrr can injure acne, watprinm! encomia, a! well!! _.
; PINE GROVE B\PT1ST tlllRCJ ; the blade of the knife atUtliKO, mope: lull're'sling Icily

I ..... At The Churches j i,SUNDAY Rev. W.SERMaSs G. Brooks: )/: Paulor For T The Homemaker! with Cutting Kitchen tiring knlui metal reduces or pan:the' MiluclH nine times. Spinach more for Mtnmtn example..0Iha.has.\ ONLY

.IT. J', lrR"U IWISl'OI'U.C'JI I'KIMh, ; UK PE\CE 0.45. A,M I. Sunday Scholl timing rdJ.e. To Hft'P the edge ''I; nn equal) serving of 1 lettuce: walitresn CAN
LITHEIIVN CHURCH 111,00 AM Morning Worship By Ue: knife sharp cut on a l bOil'"1 (' has low times ai math you
JHCIIn. 600 P.:M. Mtm Prayer fervid 1 "itJier; than/ a metal 01 pj/l '"' Vitamin A. The darker the grctn
llimmdnun i
e Ucr. Jaoie P. Lninor; Rector Donald R. Pastor '
JSO; A.M. Holy: communion Phone 2U1-634 6.30 P M. Training Unit u Mrs. Mary N Harrison i work surface.Keep Die mure vitamins end minerals dry PREVENTFOREST
10.1)0; ) AM. Choial EuclmrUt Sunday School............ 0:45 a. m 7:30 P.M. Evening Worship knife blades: sharp uilh aii.l they h.i\e Wash lettuce greens bniket .
)JllP! AM. Church R 'hool Worship Service ., .' 11:00: a. m: ttcdnndav, Service! l 1 Homo Demonstration: Agent ) alone or an electric \knife iluu will o towel or In a bugs u
I 430 >,M. rpisiop.loiinfi( ( ) A TflrSI. 7:30: 1'.M. Prayer Service i !IIIcD.r. The latter Is a ilmplc nn.' und sure In plastic
oh -frtr thud for Ibe bladct sham rilaln irlspncus
Churchmen I'ALLS: LUTHERAN !
CHURCH: OF CHRIST --. A electric Knili. Collate cheese teams well with!
\ (This la the schedule of every CI1LKCH I new corning
I Sunday with the exception of the Amelia City Nfir Intenrcdoi Suulh Ilih Street "'YYII;; Av'0 Fntt"ES ;r'; "d to make the cake from ; with heat In the blade will *uonbo vegetables and fruits In icorri rl "

; last t Sunday uf the month' ) AI Earl Illlbcrt. Minister FOODS ARE TIME: : basic Ingredients.I 1 1I en the market Up la 500 di cml( >lnallon Eggs meat and fish .sonic
I r to if '. Sunday Kible Study _.. 10:00: ant aumcmakrrs with limited (Creel of eonlrolled heat I'a built main
I A. r' Gerhhardt Pmlur I : I Among the hot bread mixes Irled. provide' a basis fir a course
I j LAST SUNDAY.' TilE <:00 am. Horning! Service Morning Worship| .... 11,00: am. baking turn) for help (a mix was the best lime ;I Into the 10-Inch double blade Oiu !. Florida wealth of MnluiJofiITS ,
MU. T 11 -fr -fr bvtnuitf; Worship .... 7;00 |).mI rftcd mixes and \ cutting by half he 24 min ( edge: of the blade Is fur frozen nan Iclias Dec:, i Ye gF
I :'' 7::QO A.M. Holy Communion SPItlNCIHI BAPTIST tr (nods available! In such ( of active' time It took to make meat the other for frozen plea alit / many salad: ( '
1000 I PRFsllYTERIAN I variety In the market. I Bakes\ bread and lie cream Lock pork chicken\ and ham salads
AM. Prayers
: Moinmg I I ClltltCll: FIRST (' from scratch Time saved
I. and Sermon Stale Iliwav 107 Nasnativlll>, annul much time may he << n paienke: t was 3 or 4 minutes lor It In appliance tturit souiifir are always\ popular
llilS: AM Church School Rev. Dan E.: Wade, PiHtor Rev John Wirier, Pastor log these product Instead nn waffles 5 to D minutes do- ,rSL'MMERTIME "
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6,00 PM. FplHcnpul I YoungChurchmen i Paittoii. Prayer Time i I Church School ........ 0:45: AM: in? "I lrrm, scratch )eve on the (type of mix'! used. I OIH!IS triads gJ i igithcr I'' .

(For Men) .. ..................... 7am, Worship Service ..... 11:00: AM really by the Human Using commercially frozen bak. If ire anxious to lC'
t Orfr Sunday School........... 8:45 a.m. Youth Meetings ...?. 6.00 KM nciearch Division of the ,I, products cuts active prep ora.I away from you a hot stove and are
TIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I Morning Worship ........? 11 am I Church School .. ...... 730: I'.M tural Research Service. !I I time for all these foods 'much.;' looking for meals (that are mil I
V E. Union .......... About half an hour ; Trouble
A. Lewis. I'sulor Training 615pm: "fa it e than using 1 mixes, of coupe, quick and ilmple to fix sabi'i Sinus
10,00; am. _??.. Sunday School Evening' ........ 7:30: p.m. BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH time wa' saved by using It usually Involves mere are your best brtNutrlllonlHts .
11)00) 1.1}). H..H._ WOrlhBervlce!: Wednesday: | iU Sault, *,ih Street a devil s food cake a pie, : selling, the ford out of the | In .,nl It's true that moM people who suffer' with sinus trouble have
A:30 p.m. .., C. A. Youth Si\ rvli,., Men's hour. uf Power ...7pm. rolls and 20 minutes for to thaw I of he weaknci.
7.30 EvangdiHtie Service Prayer Service ...... 7.30: | Johnny L. !King) P,* >riundny cake The mix reduced I arranged and molded vegetable/ trouble with little necks In fact, lie basic cause
: p.m. ? pm Of there Is difference
course a
Thursday mid week service "\\ hoBoevcr w,,II may come" b rvic: s.: required for the devil's and fruit .abd. Served an Hut results In sinus conditions U a sub'uxaled Ullithlly mlspUted)
7 30 trtt 10:00 A,M. .....,.. Sunday School by 80 percent (from 41 ( cost Involved In mixing your j the main feature or as a rcfrcs'i. vertebra. la the luck; preying on ticrtci that! I cad (10 (the regionof
: pm feeds using mixes and frozen ,,
11:00 AM. .. Morning Worahlr minutes i, the lime for lag accompaniment to a niea'' .
FIRST II! \rrl T CHURCH the klnu pa.
6:30 p.m. ...... .. ............... B.T.U. rolls and the yellow < d. tsuallyI'herp there Is (Into Ihese salads offer plentiful null\ ).
UNITED PFNTFOST\L Itf.. J. T. Dunnim Pastor i I bake It Is cheaper f> mix of this painful and '.
your I correcting Ills basic cause
7'00 P.M. Mi-n's Prayer Service percent and the pe; by GO enls and often fewer rnlnrks It la by ;
CIIIROI Worship !Services.: 8:30 A.M I' n prod lets Also you are sac! ,"I' able to help so many over
7:30 p m. Evening, Worship I Antic I food cake mix chilled summer fruits to bunaother I'iff, condition that clilrupraclors are
South fth St. Ph. 2CI-3702 11:00 AM / I I have mine, cmlrol over seD sun. llavors.
8.00 P.M, fue day: be lets of a time saver and flavor Often working come this Illness.If
Sunday ,Rev.School W. W, Roland 10 Anl., Sunday School __M 9:45 A,M. 17100: pm. ...._. .... .__.. VUlUtlor I other cake mixes 1 tried. : :t : !' / have to compare cost wlbi;, ) I --- --....:....,,_'7 >im have ulna (trouble, hay fever asthma, ec! ", U U line(

Worship Service Ham Training Union . 8:43: P.M. I Prayer Meetlna Wcdnciiday 7:30: average(: lime of (the \ and then often It li wiser tr' to see a chlr<,pra<.lor. Vciir cae may be one of (the many which
Prayer Meeting TucFdav 7:0::: p m I'rayor Service ........._. Woilne.d y 'C: tr 28 to 18 minutes' snvlns ..! mixes or Iro/en productsActive Happy SaysLasserrc rai: be helped through modern: ehlrepracUc methods
Bible Study Thursday 7 .10 p m. 7:SO P.M I I.i \ ST. MICII\U.1 CHINCH CATHOLIC uui or about a third ol i.CIIURCIL I time' In this report re. I ;;
In puparatlcn time' requlilnt
Rev. Leonard Duncan, Pastor constant attention of (the work Hours

i| Sunday Mam ...........__ End, 4th t OP 'I'II Including time for assembling Mon., Wed., Fri.
IIIOmntnpt!!!!!!! itAtomgrEEpln!; !!! iqlnn'nigirunrannnumlp.; . 7.00 am, I Cor. 4lh and Cedar Ingredients but 1 not 1 fgr clean- !: Motor
.I.jut n iUiii !FnI: jF{i ;,4 ..,, .,.iii! iiiiii! n'jinfljjiij!!!; : it 'ii ijji! i juDjUay Mans" ".... .........?.*. hat, 3rd Rte L. Marvin Johnson Cervices"W up. The active preparation : .L 9 12 & 2 6 .

I' SAVE 5th Sunday, 19,03 .am. I, Phone 26 I.3K07 given are averages fcr he ,' CO rc
I .Qt' I Monday Young People 7 p.m 1000: im. _... tested, which usually In. Sat. 0-12)
Tuesday .Sou'in ScTvlccs 7:JOpm) 11:00 a.m. _...._ Morning two brands of each mix : Is 131 Kings Street '
', /.P E. Friday Evening :: i, frozen ford and sometimes ,c.r
',Daily ..._.M".H..H..M 8 am J T.ilO:: pin. ..... ... Evening ( !e samples of a brand r ; Phone 7iO-: .">P tlKingsland s1
I Ijliijli IEl! !! Saturday ............ Convent Chapel Prayer meeting time" shewn In (be charts I
I 1:10:: Communion In Convent I 7: to active time plus (he'I YTONRaoo Georgia .
I -trtt ft I ICHUKCII lime required for baking : r
ft *
.i TABLKNtClE. BAPTIST OF GOD or tnawlng of the food. I a,... l,, a.. t.rwt.BER l B. T. A. OWEN::

CHIRCH I PROPHECY Time experiments were part of ,
ilElj ?i 'Amelia Road Phone 2fil-487 | RCT. II. C. Drury. I larger study In which quality I'
Rn. Loji Chamberi, Paatur i 10:00: a.m. .......?... Sundu and yield of the bait I' ffLra: Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic
tilt 11 ..m. ..?........... Mormmj products were also Investigated >OAM
School _. _
? 10
Sunday a.m. \ i
H 7:45: p m. .......... Evening' : costs of baked product llfORMDTIONUERDOUDRTERS
t ifLal'k' Morning Wc hip _HHH 11 am I' 745:; p:m. Wednesday, other home.prepared and con (I "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic
: Evening Worship .?..??..._ 7pm. '
vice for people. lords were calculated of Jacksonville"
I r iiii iiiiiis iii'i' Wednesday Service ??...?.? 1 p.m. young of
tttt arc given In a publication
ri ::
pSTptil I ft ft ft Economic; Research Service ,
l i : :; : FIVE POINTS BAPTIST : CHURCH ft ft '-, "-.- -' .. ---
i I : '! : hijia l ? : CHURCH; I' I
rm.hajriaunal I Nelson P. Mayer,
nai.uuunu ihuiuutwno uuliuul:; rc Iii i CARE FOR KITCIIFN KNIVES.
tQUANTITY *45 am _, _.. Sunday School I 19:45 a.m. ................ Sunday I II get/ the most from a top-quality I
RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 6 11:00: am. ___ Uoming Worship. I II:00 am ?...... Morning knife give It first-class'
WINN' .Dime MOMS mo eopr.'iOMT i..4 ):30 p.m. _.. ? Training Union 0:15: \p.m, HM MYF Supper First of all, store your
..30 p.m. Evening Worship ] so the blades don't touch i
I V.dn.s
p.rn.'I I frto ft !, For storage take your pick n'
: \ ft NOKIII 14th drawer holders magnetized
4". CALVART BAPTIST CHURCH. I BAPTIST : I. or slotted wooden wall\

50 Extra>< :tJ.Greea Sta.I' Bailey (Road I MS: am ................ i,
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE !: J. C. BraD, PASTOR U:00 am .-.... Morning Never expose knife blades tj
Sunday School' 10 A.M.Hornisg 8:30: p.m. ........................ or leave a knife In water too
iii ded"o'iiiriii'p' ... Worship 11 A.M. 7.30: p.m. .... Evening I The temper of steel that
E.eaing_.It"ice-, : PM 7:an p.m. Mid.Week the knife have and main PRICE !
0000 TN.U UNO IrN! i e I M./ -- ---

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50 Extra 2Wf Green Stamp '.! ; ) th, ; .../t t. r ,

PATIO II"WITH I ; .;:;. t. : '4 'Wing T' :, ., o ., 1 ( e' I I a

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Two ""01. PADSlM IIICH". 9/ .,\ .t;;,; .
IJ I Jl IM'I. 4 ... '
;: Chocolate Eclairs It'Y .. ,: NOT NOT
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.t'1. 'J '4t x $1995

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50 Extra &}/" Green Stamps .

TWO Peas, : I
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0000 TH.U JUNO OT" I 1t

AT' ANY WINN- 1XIE ,.'....
64 i1f r d71 I
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.5 Extra tJ.w'"' Green Stamps NI.rV I tI I Suburban

Propane ,

Dip or Patato Cbips !

0000 THOU JUNO .TM -'d

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HiON' It's an important gasoline discovery! Methyl* tl f,

50 xtral2A'tCCrjea tamps steps up octane performance BO effectively that it mopa power-waating! 1.,4"

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF knock better than pny other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads a fEPUeucMDDELWSS-exa

H Pea. CNACNIN' 0001:1: more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under y ti M GALLON CAPACITY
fig Barn extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines: (Crown and
'fi" Crown Extra at increase in call fOr INSULATE": ::
0000 THOU JUNO .TM ) no i =rg!:=| /

AT ANY WINN.DIXII price! Another important way that 4fVl 11 t% |\ I IK details.10YEAAWARSANTY""
66 1( w >' take better care of jour car. 11fl 1/A K M

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'M.lhyl.trad.mlrk.Metn .
HAO Worth of Candy I I GAS CO.ii

0000 T..u. JUNO .TM Ytktl
AT ANY WINN.DIXII tj' Ph. 261.3661 7 S. 7th St..j.lEl .

...... In Standard gasolines -at no Increase I

M. F. STONE, JR., AgentFernandina Beach, Florida

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NICE, LAUub!!; LOTS for ..>: I PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Purl I'nno tutu PinHirnl.i, a .I ixrraeker. "This Is I part uCFlorid

WANT AD RATESAS i.ood Oct m. One qtmiter mil HtLP WANTED Mix or limns' wns wise nlxiul tu<' :i. people lure are Rood 'rill,.

South of blue foinu Amelinltd. i NOTIfr FOlIO BIB t IS TIIR': riRCllT lOtRT OP Till tjiPiliEI1so 7rns and :Mr. Hiiih will find utt
rJ .75 minimum on raiktri In toil P.inhamUu .1111
per w. 21.1 The n nrd ut: i uuntv (mmliiilnnere. IlltHTII tWU.-\b| MtCTIT IU' I -
eu.t .P "119I",, NI.stStIsi Call 5(11.8421( III WAITRESS W \'OTE: !> over nf N.IISUU County Florida invlt TilE TA1K or- .'LUHJIOI"' m.ide ",','rrlll guIld III Ills hi ,I'I It.s lorioa' and ,'all vote

ud SlmlUt NotltMC _. : Apply in per "n at Seaside Inn Hull fur ,Three .((3)) high, cup' AM tOM NAJSVV CON1IN: I 1 Mtl-- sex'en M'ar canialKn! Illgli h iud And you know what ? Mavot*
TWO( BEDROOM city I ua'tpr d. hi ivy duly .ur IMVCI'HY UAIHE NV. ItitrmRT
SR p. .... $1." miimu. house on Rayon tic I pumpi. D."ned" fur truck rnaununfopermlnn A: rtTFusoy, ADKtTUKYN to have' llown' over the ore.a i Wonrt' Burns\ said high tried to make a!

Rd. Large lot. Terms airang 1rl.1 : rolpJO' takeOff. A. P T : 8ON. hit Wit tlcal with the Pirnt Junxlc t.rbiitU
*t 26W$8t or Z*-3687 ed Ph 261.5421. tu WAITRESSES Counter Maximum 1800Qjlloni riAiNTitttlMRVY Ills PMIIY.

ad at office I -. : 21 or over lilue\ Seas per nifnuut' at If0fl RPM VI I heard Hip Jix mayor Mil, '<'m to exterminate/ PanhniiHr:
or place 2619204.Uc minimum IMPS1 M. HLMFSOW. el alNtthlClf .
CHAIN: LINK AND WOOD I' ul 1.00( hPM and 150 dPM Ut UtUE I If the Ma\'ol' of Miami dit4o'lgel : hI'a a Ciatkrrjix, or m",v.f (rrai'krrs

HI A 'h Street Icnce direct from factory -- - minimum, 100.N.Nllnun STATE Ol! FLOK1DA '1'0't a !iirxid !leiisoo In Flnrliti! p ill.l! ...

hirwpnwtr at leSS RPM ALDKIV M SIMPSUN', til Roam el .lie
COOK Blui during
ties and geography
Some 48 Inch chain link wire tat-: IK* P&i and IOu I,PM Mllr street t Charleiron t Went Vlriinu
FOR SALE tory reject while In supply 18ilin Seat Restaurant at beach. Ph I ,, h !Sutlluit: I,Inch Dltchargi' You' and each of 'you arc kertbi) past campaigni/ well, he a.n: i

261.5204. tiC minimum untied that e lull hat bee Iii, I too good a pupil $3.98ARMSTRONG
ft No down payment, IIII.1 High load carbon bearing or tqulvalwit :ieaisab vou In the above entllleiiuke : Sand Boards
estimates t Call us today [; .. and that you are hereby required On the first tour of his campaiitn -

I YOUR CHOICE six I fine hows, Nationwide Insurance -I Mr-nine or equivalent tn file your oniiuer wlUt thiClrik : Mayor' mall Is said In line:
Moot meet tugS tduullv. low spout I al the Circuit Court and titrve I
Vernon Lee next to Boles Cm.eery need a representative In pieiiiv dupljieineiit. heavy duty up copy 'thereof upon Ihe HI.iln. I! txgun In get nervous when his cur

Phone 261-58! ticIDUPLEX FOR RENT .plic':istr"e; ,tiff, or Plaintiff, Attorney, vhnudine was norlhwest 01 G hll' vlJlt'. '
dlna Beachoi\ will have an : ; delivered K. O II. Fee and .nl)', the sk>ry goon 11\:11':\
nomlina Beaih Florida nul
: : 322 SOUTH 6th st exclusive contract for Fernnn- than. Hfle.ii, US) days after *"' .rd. JAMES I Inrlda W Title PFTTYKIMNI Building loudly dtmandcd the rar be hilt Parquet Style Vinyl Asbestos Tile

Horn plus income, $4,0/10. Terms. ONE:; ROOM: with private bath. dma Beach and the surroundlug In* of T hid, Jut knonvllle 2. Florldj. I I rd: around I 1 im a randldnlc logiiveiniif :;: I II
,,,.uld be filed wllh D 0,
Phone 26t.4142. J25c Gcntlcmnn only Hoasonnbbe,. nit bole than. June land, 1964 1 1S If I
0 leOik' In Bmr if CmirfuLonnnhwlnners uf Florida and nnt tin I
Sell all lines Fire Auto : u tilt to do in Iltet'roe Cm Confenwill
area ,
yvar-round rates Apply In permm. NJI.IIU County flor lu s.iitl Yard Goods In Stock
be eteredagalnxt you for thi ninu ai!"ilnsl. Carl S"ldl'rs" ,
IIREE BEDROOM masonry home,. !Seaside Inn J lie Life Health personal l and commercial Ida, not lilir thin IU 00 oilnck A, ,elirf demanded In laid complaint' I Armstrong I
I M. June lull. 1MI4 at vhlin linn lUI.1! But. :Mavur. said, one
'iOO) rtnwn $!iII month See st -- The nature of laid sad being
-- !. Conl.u I H Sclilrmer line will. be uptned read and cuif. 'i.reeiutare. 01'1 thi foitaSltig detent have a talk scheduled In t'lrtc ;
1131 N. 15th St. or call 261.5387 COMPLETELY FURNISHED: house Widths
lilered Foot
District Sales :M :r. 3S88 Blvd. Ihe Hoard the right It ed 'rop.rty siioted in liii Coont (buns Anti a dinner at 8 In Tu'i.ihnssee
J4c Sleeps 10. Norm Fletcher on reserves ''if .N..aoanao 4 Rtnut nf Flvrida. nionl
reject unv nr all blili I and thin we have six aiptaranirs > j
Center Dr., JacksonvIlle Fla l irliiularly described en::
200 DOWN, $:>3 month will buy a iceanirunt, Ph 261.36.. tic i iI Oiled this III day nt June, 1"04. A I nut of I inrt ,in Section II\ and In't ween (hire and Tmsnenla YARD
&J92G06 flIp Ilirrv Puolo thilrmmtl ilr FROM 1.65
--- -- I U loHnxhlp <. North' Binge I
newly decorated two( bedroom APARTMENTS: Desirable loca. I I .iirc d I uf c winy CiimmiiuloncriNUIIMIU : ..IH|. NUMIU Counlv riorldumore I tUlnllrrnw.I .

home. Total price $6,500. Call County, Hunilj particularly described aitlllowl I "LI''S! nut waUt time la unimportant .
Phone 261.4227. He: I PUBLIC NOTICE ATTESTD : : '*
\tfc. wiltlt'rnrsi. Indians e.iii
201-3279. o Oxley, Cleik I tie a' point nf beginning commence
VACATION HOUSE 12. IV THE ClRrtlT Cots OF TIlE :3t 4. IUJI e4 the corner common to vole. Head back to where. I car .
OY TERRIER PUPPIES call2GM456 sleeps JIUII1AL CIRCtlT Qt --- --- --- Seitioni II. I 12, 13 and 14 M the talk to Floridn people anti ::1I't. Porter & Lovequist :
Oceanfront fenced yard. Furnished THE STATE OF AUI LOKIkU IS I lownnhlp and Range afnremen I
731 S. 14lh
or sec at Phone 261.4174. ere AND loll COUNT, 54ttlAN'I PUBLIC NOTICE Honed and run theme North elgliIv votes"

Jllc av. C... N*. 2824Cr NOTIIP OP APMtrvriON ,nine do...... forty. e, mlirulei The Mlnml candidate dlilnt CENTER i
: Wet IN'mi degreei4IW) along
; 1/3 bp- -TuNFuRNIs'lB-DTbed-: ; AI ION, Poll TAX DFEDBVr : :: mid Section, 11 I think Ilnrtila extended beyond iltc,
I Hie line divldlnn
.\TER PUMP motor ton 14, F.8. I 261-3068
I 8th Street Phone
FlnlnlUf und dlnUiiue of Ihrie hundred JuksoiivllU- South
25 Ral tank Used 3 months Ph room house dinette area living w.. I NOTICE IS Ht.llKHY: GIVEN: thai 14 forty.nlne l and se055iy'ainhuodr.dtha / I western suburbs of

room combination screened PREP MIINRON and JILIA JOHNSON C. C. Sagas the holder of the followIng lie should have also been riven
261.5452. J4p (I94H: 71)) feet to a poW;
back porch, utility room and kli wife, certificate has filed said run Uience North 11I1).1011' de- t sou"ll I
ficjtei, for a tax deed to be liiued a history lesson about past
& B GARBAGE Plck-Up by carport. Near Terminal Bag NOTICE OF"1 thereon The certificate' number anceuri greet. (INM fifty minutei'.IO":1. ten eecondiEait :) a Florida randldatei with leads up
owners Phone 261-3223 J25p:! I Phone 223.5374. tic! THE STATE OK I LOHIDA TO: \the property of I liiuam, and'*.the the newel description In shirt 01 I diHtance at five. hundred eighty to IM).000 votes at midnight and o;"
I uven and nine tenthi '151781 feet NOTICE
'it win Bi8eimeil I are in follow: trailing and scull PUBLIC
JiEE THE NEW SANDY:; KOUFAX ; McCRANIE APTS. JOHNSON, hunband and wile I Certilicale, No ut Year of ".uan'e to a point In the cemer of the. daylight! were
< eneril I DeliveryHllliard :
pavement of U. 8 Highway Number I .initials lo the future govern.
n. prop, no( gears pure thrust I THREE ROOM. DOWNSTAIRS r lorlilj 11)01Description) I : run theme S.ulh' forty it* I bl'twwn
furnished You and each of you are hereby nf Prnperty BlMk hal : ilmeen mlnuMa cant still sleeping at home Viimmimion hm pinned Onlin.inre" No.
veolcity Jet outboard ermine apt. Private bath Ut. notified that lull has been filed LoIn 4. I II Town 'if Hllliard! degreei ..... The City (

Run In t Inchti of water 6 haurt ilities hot water washing mi- ugainr.t vuu In a the ahov entitled I NAME IN WHICH ASSF' J>ED Herbert center IS ,8 degreea ul: laid lIE pavement) along a dl the>- ..Id.;:) whiih} piovid fur II ppimanpnt rejristrntinn8Mem !

per gallon Only $11995 Dealer' chine furnished. $1123 week or cju.. and that you are hereby .required A, Kr to Me with tOO due. Oak Rhine Tenn t for nil iiiililltMl| (
your an.lI.r mil and fifty in huadreiHhi I4KO-
Write Box 236 $40 month. Completely renovated of laiu
Inquiries Invited. C.rUlteNo. 10.1 Year .
Clerk of Ito Circuit Court' and to Sot) feel to a yointwher q the center I
Fernandina Beach Flat ALSO BEACH RENTALS nerve a copy thereof upon the Plum- ones 11161Pe.erlpl"n 4 the laid pavement li In. ; (t1'/H'lI.
!I. DII M'Pg
nf Prnperty$ r>
-- Call W I. McCranie 261-4642 for tiff or Plalntllfi Attorney, whoa lerieiMd by the Hue dividing .
a4 i'o. Rec Section 21 two :3 NOW OPEN AT THE CITY .
I Ham and address laAlbln : tedium 12 and 13 aforementioned: TUB ROOKS( ARC
\ FT. THOMPSON 22S Evlnrude Information. 1C no( answer call C Thompson JrAttorney ROil' 24, run thence North eiht.eiite de

electric Gator trailer. Phone I 261.9035. tfc Atlantic for: AV.llu.I Plaintiff90S :: .; Name 811verl, In Which,00 Ctaude Assessed Reynolds- Arlhuro greet,' mlirulei Wikl HALL FOR THE PURPOSE OP :

tfc .,'honnvlll.. I"InrldaCerilflcule INBU degreei 41 Wl along the
261-4590 Fermndlna lieach, florlda 444 E (Hh St J : :
I line I dividing' Setilnni 12 and 13
FOUR ROOM downstairs. furnished (oman) No. 78 Year of las a distance of four hundred eighty

|953 CHEVROLET fair condition apt. Private entrance 12 S. 7th I|1 not later than July lit, 1964 If you I ante 11161Dewriptlnn' of Property Blink IIluts nine and ..vent.lh'...,hundredth A *m ice M hone Dnclor of Mr,tiring : MUNICIPAL RE-REGISTRATION

Reasonable' 261-5072 after I SI. Ph. 261.4645. fall lo do 10 Deer. Pro Confeino t22\ Town or Hllliard 1481)731 feet tn a point til begin 'UI I 1..1 l Mrrfinl Snrirty .,,,1 .IhtlluruU ,;
llefbe entered agamit' you for the Name In Which As.eni.ed: Mra l ng omitting I from the land thuedmrlbed t .i. Me.lic.1 AmHiiliml.MOLES .
4 weekends J4c d In laid Complulnti \ I all that of the rtglitof
or port
Franklli MONDAY:
SCOTTY TRAVEL TraiFor. Completcly i nature nf laid sail being for Men Kchramm Ohio 34H8 way of U S Highway. Number ANDMALIGNANCIES AND WILL REMAIN:\ OPEN EACH

I foreclosure on th* following drierS Street llelliilre. In (hi. I which has been Included 1 the I A : AM. "'(0010! :/
five :10
.WO BEDROOM Home screened equipped Sleeps !I ed properly tltuated In the County All of mild priperty being I trait of land thui eonveted: run TIIUOUCJH< FRIDAY FROM :

porch 3-car garage attached 300 I Irt. Make your reservation Scotty nf Nassau and Slut nf I InrliU: I, County of luih Nmsiu certificate Mace of or FlorlduUnleia ceitiflcnlia tiilnmg two and twenty,five hun. I P.M.: UNTil FIFFKHN: DAYS PRIOR TO( Tim :
nor. partlrulirlv demrlbed aii : riiedihi 12211 ai'rei' more' or isis. Never nrnlnt a nevus Anrh'ot
Sales Ph. 261.3474. I
on Lofton Crock clock bornenialls I Trailer i lir Section Iwelve c 1121 Township ihill lie rcdr-emed Hcrorclmito WITNLSS mv bind and 1111'1,1, hirtlimnrknnil NEXT CHY I ELECTIONAiriinuromi'iitt : : :
described In uillernfiiiile I is a molo or
fenced. Ph. 261.490.) tic : I Ul North Three luw the properly > leul of laid Court I In the Cltv i iIi 01 _
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; Iw suitto ,
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TWO BEDROOM. furnished apt (Sat Fait of anon Olent.din or ti-rtiflcntei will : doa beach Nanoull omit ,, Mime mites 'liocoinu malirnmil '
crao ;) who)
-- ---- Cool Clean, Private Entrance m Lot Sixteen 1 118)) aceordIng I the highest hlrtilir at Ihe court Florida. II.J. III day of Miv, )
ABY TURKEYS for tale Nas&a16 421 N. 3rd. tic lo the 0 urocyao: d matt' nf th* homo Month. rtnr., ;jlv on. the tiltS first whlih' M..nd"y li Ihe: Oil'It 01I .I /./ D 0 OXUYIJ i I mii'eH; :: : which urn :01014:;:: : on tlin I I iihvxltully unable topic-Hint) therrwtKi'H the .
I'arnsatt tarn tnt: Coinpiut' I lire
River Meat Packers Yulcc Ph. I O Onlev. Clerk of Circuit kin viirvmi) in ,,,rllr hum
once,',,rded In the Public Recnrdanf div of July, IMM Coin hourtll: Judldul! ('ircaiidf 1111'10'I of the* (' Hall for win! rat tIll. :
225.5129. tee UNFURNISHED HOUSE, 3 bedrooms N asa Cnunlv, more particularly : Oiled thin: :I lid diy, of June, I'UM Horiilj in and for NJHUL' liKht hmwn. to :"loI'k. A Htionil lloor Mv .
described an follow: Begin, ISbAI I I DO OXLfcClerk \ CUllntIld... I ncimn In a type of mole Hint I DAVID M. OATCHELC
but hi. Call 261.3401. I
of ririult Cunt nf NJHMIIluunly
: al the 8ulilha roritri. ,:cI.ii S I In hit rnnorniiw nn.ltin
SMALL: LOCAL, BUSINESS nmg 4t 1021. 211. June nosy prme :
I'III..d. .. and. Clerk
tic Lot Sixteen lb rnrun Wet I i ___ lion ilunxi Win ( ly Auditor
,' tu'*
64, II. III II! n in
stock and equipment Bargainfor One Hundred feel along Ih:* right' 4t-- soy rolor-tl mitt' on tiN'! lowly! I C City of I'tMiiii( lull nit Heath Flor lIB :
of of the County Rood, Ihcnie !
cash or terms to respontibleparty. TWO ROOM: unfurnished house. run way North One Hundred. and Ninety PUBLIC NOTICE I (hiiiiKi'i sloe or likviU\ eui'ilv

Call 261-4407 tee for -deI I feet, Oh eerun Pint one ilun PUBLIC NOTICE soil lItters itn tiilur: ,vHmiallv|
3 I; ROOM FURNISHED garage: dred feet then I iulh On Hundred jl !NOTICE Or IMTNTION NOTICE NOTKR IH HLREIIY OIVFN: IhUl1n.t'0 from bniwn tu liltick it xlioulil

|$7,750 BUYS 3 bedroom home outside apartment und ninety feel to Iota, "'. ofbeginning TO MAKE APPI.II"ATIOMKK nr' duy of: lie rxirminoil bv a ,phVHKiunDiunnuHlH I 1
limits Chain-link fence .. containing shout o* rINAI' |>IS<'II*KC.K: HUM : ':.r.It'lb: PM :-.Jt''v::' I bit nrlv, l rnolnnnmu -

city ,I 1 hiil nnrr hiid. and nfflclnl ned' 1101111)4 STATS lb0 om,iiilsul, .,, will hiild. a pnhllr hear U dinVult; uml;: thru,lure !
Nothing down to veteran. SMALL ONE bedroom, unfurnished WITldS8my IN (fit K'f lW 1 UK ('lIlINTn'Dc..... log In IsO lily ConiinlMlnn, Koorn ul '1'Inn :
of Mid' Court In the City iif FetOO.tii.a *ll' lit Is ) | UMiiilly il'ine :
the Cite, Hall. In the City of rernin' tiii :: : ; WAIT'TIL
*r bouse lIell.h. N.I""u, .'h.tlllo.Ih' : II.OHIDA, IN IMIOIIA1K. olua. bruin. Florida. up.* e uliuluppknentuig I I in removnl anil posed'ttti'tti ;'
lush of I'KM!
day Miy I nf.
EXTRA attractive two bedroom I ttft ISEALI In rr the tilullnf: the coniprehen.lve" tunIng under n mlMwxiip|

home large fjmily room. $8500 TWO ROOM furnished apart i I /5' D O OXLFY IIAKKA.. H-LIOtT DrrrairdTo of the City nf I ernanillniItearh ,. a pinie' of tim uc rimiiviil, from :
D, O Oxlev ili-rk' nf th* Circuit! )lu"nl to A"'" tiReoiniil tlm mil'", llntreuled.! u urnccniim I
.... .
ment. All Whom It Stan ( 'n: .
# Numlwr i. to tfeHlgnatithnt !
i Omrt, '<....rlh. Jmllcl Circuit' nfI : rnpliimim will :
Ihil JuniciS moIst or '
H. F. 8AH1.MAN 1'11111" In h 'e'ln Klvpn liirilirv In the Cite nt tirnan
renovated two hl'd.1 I II..rllt.l. In und for NUKH.IU Coun flh'il linirt : I und tits I r rilU will : JUNE 5TH & 6TH
COMPLETELY tv, I lorld, hlivcnn filed" I Iio: : : ulAdininivlnl dlha belt. Hiirhli. den'"'aol' ui (row otto
PHONE Wl 3221 iAlhln
mont home. $1500 wilh $:JM down o. ('. Thoiniiqnn. ..VAlbln ... I >r of the eotle if Hjrrv follows: lowll: likvlv, uprcuit rvrnliiillv: into I
-- -- -- C: TI,; ,.;;iiJ: ;:' A r;III.ill. del e.iked, thiS' h. filed hit Blotk ;tjj, bib A. U. C. E. F. 'I.I lbs 1 h'tKHl' stn-nrn HIM waiter- i

and $41.50 per montlitt ONE UNFURNISHED' upstairs Attorney fin iii P'"I.ltll"' d.c tili.will,0 apply fir' I flnil to: I the iliBch II'.III.:,irae' iind!lit J th B.Weillirfird ,.ilhe If if, tot t. City of' reinuidliuiUl'"he ins of the rIoter evils IH known FOR '
I ,
apartment oceuislde Year :lilH I Atlantic An.lleJ'.rn" County Juilxe of N.innuCounty ;:: H 2 DISTRICT wllhK, II":' us metiMtasiii. Hit) IruiiHli of ailiwuiMi
Son round 126 S. )'Iel her. Phone ". II.", Beach Florida J'IIId"! the 7lh it. "I 1\ from or |>irttu
John T. Frrrclri A 2 i on ly ne.iniu 1 01 l ouch o'aijir eteuivs' 'mIng linn ori'iin
4L 44. II.
261-3138 tie --- --- jlv.. H04. 'nr nppioviil" nf. Mime: and pi, in of Ihe City of leinunum.I uiothft not ilin-itfy cim- I i Used Volkswagens
IDS Atlantic A... rfwii 2RI-5STI fr ' dmthurve$ a' ImnilKlratiiinf .. tlra'ii.Cups's, ne..d.
--I the cut lie of II A :111,11: orlt.istd
FURNISHED e eien--p-t. PUBLIC NOTICEIN I on this 5th-irry lliv <.f Tune,, KM4, of null Kiipplemenl" ,pi,nore (hi the otliir' lUll III, tIlmilItevcrytinn
| Fl 1 EXALUM CUSTOM MADE I meet beach Thon 201-4941 IN TIIII: nlt'l'IT Cm'aT 1"1 ANn /!' JAMES S. S1'tVt'"r : in file atiib I tool lie emiinlnwl' I 1'1, has a mii'f' IIr Iwlt FROMBrundage :
: on of the Cue M In 'see I-
;;; the nffiie
J Mid of Ihe ebb< und I
< tlu IlInly.
Venetian blimlt I ro* 'ur "1111 NASSAU ('O NT'Wllm" I hii been reiom urorwhom on
after 5. tIc 2500PEIFRSI. nf Mirrv' A, iltieaMdThni chanip :Ire mimg: of. tin; are
Inittalled Wid. r nut of colors.PORTER endi-d, hv tIe, i Itv Planning Ailvn fortunately Insist m
J. soave, Jr Ally .
I : NATIONAL MOSlTI.AIlB AH losS,oeauie d an Imrmleiw. In < a-11'i, a pi r-
Color VACATION l nrv Itonril: nereuni muni' Motors ;
.. .. 4t
AHSoeiAIION: a < iiir Center Phone 261-3HC8 6ff'AMELIARIVPR OCEANFRONT APTS. c completely I i I lao dssdn.s Art .l CanIerssoa: und be beard.DA'I'P't ton may ,
and pine I beCIIb:1: : with hUmlrcilit of niolen, ornevl
'rulMlmi' (_ ..1 I.. ikt. rtdrnr MalUiikil ;, lernmiiimneirh I
"' FlSIIMP:\ furnished Day. week or month. MirtsiRD. HwUilo. ckirlii. PUBLIC NOTICE Inrlda nt this Jld day of June ht tlm avuruii i. i 10 s dmiiUtl II I
584 S. Fletcher Ave. 231.3878. tic Art hntliit Ifs primHNI offkt I In tin, I" TIlE IIIITIT 'IIVIIT 0" 1'111. IINi4 to Iw almut ID to 20. IN FERNAKDINA BEACH :

Terms can be arranged. 22:>-5Ir.8. City uf Wathluilun, l).lrkl" at Cousin; lIlt KTII n loll hAt, 0 tICS PT t0I' A1'rF.Sl'. '1 ho colnmivt Mole H hif to isIss'ni''sg
tic DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT bU, TOIl STOlE OlE tlIO"IIIA. I" A'U M.iyin'CotnmlnnI0ler R J. JohnionDavid o< skin u.III in,: nn nrnn.with ATCOOPER'S :
I unfurnished. Corner 4th and I .. I Oil NASSAU ('Ill NT\ IN (MAN Jr a rl' |rrl'/llc'r: $ coleusbIfpiasesc.tsII
< f-HV ( '''F. NO 'S'lffRTAINltEU M, i.iUlul 1, City Auditor urn
2121 Belvedere Ave. Calhoun across street from THOMAS L Mt alt"Y mat Elt: : PIUDICTS' ('ORI'. or ii MAE MtKHAY, kuib..4 and wilt.DrltndjnH. Clerk I LAUNDRYCorner : '
8000. Two bedrooms Large Flor. Fehool St. Joseph's Acidemy. 6401 l4lN, : I
Plaintiff iIAL' 54. II Apwtle sully !1is'' coolly' "
Ida room $1300 down Owner ill I rhone 261.4200 or 2613800. tic I NOTICE OP HITTHF JOHN riltlUFS, DRtVTHN' IIId BU) -- -- -- miiverl by a Ilk mi'i)bA mxlMluiiild i "

take 1st mortgage i STATL: Or FLORIDA ..lfe, tCINSTANlE: DRAVroNNOTICE lb'ledasls. bv if it I.i Milijtit .l.., 14th & Beech Streets

!I TOThomai L. Murray. He.'ldcncEulu OF HI'ir PUBLIC NOTICEIN irritation or miurv. or if it

809 Amelia Dr. I MISCELLANEOUSWORKING I "Mm Murray Hmklrni'* THF JOHN: STAIf lllARIrV: ())' I IUJRIIIATO: I>UAV'IONI Tlir OIRT' OK Tll.. UUVT1' iliunnes, xlviI'> nr 111'1"111'11111'1'| | -----

$12,:300; $400 down 7 room home T" ,
VO 6 .1
T.IKL ride and I IH Delivery
wants to
it that u lull has bees filed' agatnat tinin Yulre Horiilj' IN HIIHIM. '
frem Jat'ksittvllic. Working hours II.IatoVeOta ran.. aId thai IN RK: of
32* South 4lh You arc hereby nmfied Ihut u *"'*1
tak.l you ure rpquirvrl In filv your uniiwri In the MARIA 'hth..,.'TK SW"ILS.NOT'I ,
will $ am. tu 4:111:: p.m. 2bl-44U8 J4c :: has Sean filed lignnil v"u
$3510 $400 down Owner oil),, the Clerk nf thin Court unit In alo.os" entll'ed r IUAC. and Ihnl you are I '. ""'

1st mortgage! ATl'OCr AND'-AIR.C ndl. then' uixin the pl.Ju lerehv, refulied" lo file viiirotucr.. ? lIE IHIN.. TITION. toll I L. B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO
FOR : till "ir ." uttiirnryi, win.M wills, the Clerk of lie: ('In alt Court HIM AKMI..r: AtfMINHrKAriMI' '
Honing Service, rail) Dipcmbbli run unit ."'Ire.. u KNIl UT KIN uml, I'sseroeae"o y t' ere'f' up'in Ihe TO ALl WHOM IT MAY (ON( fcltN.

Oe ulrot I Heating and Cooling Service Co. LAID COICHEH *, HARRIS! 1113Harriett J' ,.lnl'" or' Pt iioldt's Attirney, whnnenjine Nine li hereby ,Iv.n thaI I filed
,, ,, .
Hank BulkHxi J..ek.'II imd adilre" '.. wA my Final' Ret urosuu AdinlnlnlraUnnt ,
Two story duplex from hard roadto Phone 2R1.4370 or 261.3961. tfr Florida. 3-202. not later' than July 2, 'loin' c Thon'nv"n, Jr the Mtute of Maria' WuiiniSwalli
water $10003 Cord home 1'MM If you fail 10 do 10 a derive. ttui i I Attorney f'>* Plnmtiffis t>eieii ed. thnl I have' filed' Carrier
HAVE A TIPPERWARB: party confess 1111I be tntrred aialrwt v,llmr : All'intlc. Avenue I my pennon fir final riiMharxe and:
plus Income t',. relief daminded la. lh. eon Fernandlna' Brack Hnrldi 1120'Mlm4 .: : I I sill. apply:: In he llonorjule: ; J tWeather'ord .
Eula Shcalty U! your dealer (all plaint liter than June 41th I'KM If ton County JudRe nf NIK.aau .

CONTACT PETE INGRAM 2U-5410 after 3:30: p m. J4r This" lull Is lo furMloM a mort till In .dn in Deere Pro Conlemio will (Count. tlornlu on July 2 IMM
Salesnuu line T bore.I propirty prwewied I he entered ng, ,'I fir reliefdemiimled I for' upiroval I of the mine:' und foi
Moo 'I.r: .
;; She iint'ltarple Ainnilci'iieatair" olIke
In Flniil aa
L. L. BohannM Agency I CARPENTER: Kiof f rp "li't'lrr.. Ht). HkK" Thee, Hi. nature it said mil, being fir '' .. E.I.," "0 Mirla Winiule SwailiOeiejMil AIR

13 North 4th Phme 2tl- I painting Reasonable rates (,' r'l, IGVNS MhADOWH Unit.. One IIInivrdinf '. ore in the f',How 'in" .>*<,rihr-d, ''r''III''j. CONDITIONINGHEATINGICE
l" 1)1.Jt rec rilrd In 1'1,1 Iv iituiled In Ihe Cnnrty of June 4 I
"We ulicH Lhllif .. Home ut Byron. 261-4746 I HO.JJ:: Pale 49 No1. |h: current I and Stale nf rl.rldj. more partnulur'v Niorw SWAIU'

Aerea,." public r.curaso I Cuunlyr '' described ai: Ad ti.i, isle ,I.., of tIe Ell it. lilM MAKING MACHINERY
__ I IREPO GET ACQUAINTED with li.niljWITNfcsq: I Thai certain piece. .parcel 1 or tract ,.rlu Wuij|* Swalla De
a Stanley hostess Party NilllcCosla I i my hand and the seal ol. .., land lying and lieinK, I.i in peiwdTHOMAS
qF.q ED mil ('_I at Fernindlnj' lleuill ri>.r i the County nf Nauju and SI"lie fI l, HALL SALES SERVICE &
HELP 261.4415. tfcMOUS ida hilt' I'""' d.iy nf M ,n. A, U I''..Hl ol Hi.rida, I 0050an d ilewrllirdCnmmenilng Attorney fir Adminlnlrilor
SAVE MY CREDIT I I U U OX LEYtleik : 'a. II North tourlh Morons,
lv. teen lrar.-l,,r-rf nut "' town LET L (mul.rcsA' V of tt. thcult, Court al a rxilifl where I larnunilma. Hejuh$ ferula Ttl
oxlit dept ijvi renponiihle' I party with drink irotRT OPAL i ) the Fast: line of !Set'lion, 42, Town II S 4. II. IH, Inland .
cji; ijkt ov.t pj>li. on mv furn It help your 41 521 21, 64. II .h," 2 North Range a1 r.,1.4 InIcrkerti ; '
.pplljnc. now Innrj.* irnup con Inir problem. Writ Box : th* Soulheily ngl.I of win ;: .' -
>u>u of nyhM c" >f J bed '<"> I City or Phone Jax. El: .' ':1"1 I line i.| Stile tl'ud N>i **, It nR .' -. .. INSr..ALLATIONS
matchlnt chulr I tn ln cocktail luM w'llI no'pIOOfIU""'. greet U nilnulei' Went atomS the .id. uf the ubuv dwrifcd trail
Bedroom" liun. driller with tlltml fLOOfl SANDING est. rWmliiIng. : l'NII"a FICTITIOUS !Southerly' ".h ltdwuni of Stale of land' North 14 da: 1 ,. I

mirror chm an chest. full not l....*. ,. noor Ul*. PaUl E. BHUM 'I I NAIIIE LAW Mad No 2IKI for 114,11)7: ) feel In a croon n I., n $ .nlnl. from the '..-.. ...."I... '. .
ciu bed. dwwtM IM wi" loon PXdtd !- Nnttre t. hereby lIVen thnt tine un point theme !*.uth II: iltgnen. 01 II, W Cur of above rteatribed 1'Il" .. ,,....
Phone 211-4609 tf ml In "riitltlinmName 77750 to .t In Ihe Nurth "bonfire j .. ...
chain. fjmlly tin N >m> nfrlii' oteroigord. punu" minuses (:ait for I.'M a lund l ... .
Orator with lull .1 lee tremor crisper I I Stjlute H",u" Hill No 1179 I pound I thence South 07 degieet I II 17 hn. "f ". enowoone d by Otloee ." ". .
shelves on dour del..... ranjt u alsO "LET'S GET ACQUAINTED "with "h.ipler No tmta. Law* of Kkirida, :misil.sEaotl'e::, M fort M a HenderwB (lie kgrim wU Innreaa' ...., /
IncluHd This Scoop oninully old I Stanley \Hostess Party." JuAinSchull I 141 Kill reSister Wllh the Clerk olIhe I point thence I.uth 14 tie tress' 21ornutes TFitsOtttn "
fur Now on a Circuit. Court In and for Naiaaufounlv W.II fir '14107 reel to an hand and offutal
263. 261.4246. tfr hOnda upon. receipt, of urooftf Iron. thence North 75 do green. 3:* tat of laId Ciurl In she Clly of dec 261-4892
publication of this Dul.he fie minutei Fan for U leeS to anfw indies. liewh. Naunu founlv. rial'
Nn mn' *>wn t ..k. over rwymtnnU townBIKCANEER' I of MJV IW4
y I tlliuM* (jro* and rows nl heaMtning therf Slot l day
M : aol faq fumiluM' In tUMut WASHING MACHINE RPPAIR5any : LANES continue, N>irth 75 degree* 311 ,.,In.ul. ::1.1hl.\ /aa O 0X1EYD 1104 S 8 STREET

.1 make. Stoves denned Urn)erwho'hW. are enjfed| In .. Fart for 90! feet In an Iron O foley Clerk nf the Circuit"
NATIONAL f'trnltur hanineel.We. thence !South II riegreei 21 mlnute Ciurt. ."nirlh Judiilil: Llrrult nfFlnrlda
FURNITUHE WABFHOUSB I Buy, "sell, repaIr w. .a..d I. 0usioennnnOoudh I Went for Ins' tort to an Inn In and for NMHUU County, '

3Kt B>JCh Illvrt' IL UIVJIOiwn Ph. Hester's Yulee ifi-3294 tIe Blh Sterns' F Oman dma Oeah.ht0,1 inert SKilh 75 degreei 30! mlnutei Flonrtj We Service Everything We SellI / :
ditty SIS.I Sit 9.<. Sun UJax i Went for !50 fret to an Iron Mhm' C. Thomp_. Jr.

.. ( U. Mo only parties Inurntod In thenc North 14 degrees 21 millMlei otl::' L4'.roandina : :
lUt b ntn4>.B see Cecil I C f! f"t .
Delivery Aotsr.4Anyw4ll,. I sTiOTO nf Htwtt ,totfei and H B orteo; imd p..r.:1: r100 ", 'oLti" ... hIiach Florida

.No 41 M4, 11. 21 ..4 0 It acres Thar !. a It' imp al .. H' .4. U. II




/, ('age Twetva Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 4, 1964 Individuals better satisfied\ during the day, I vegetables, cereals and bread;
VaryIn However, the type of food U .
| at meals, fish or poultry
Ic'JJzyTkiiiii i
" : Important is the amount and the I' A proper reducing diet shouldnot
Eating Habits number of meals a day the says lower nutrition value, Miss
I' Carbohydrates lake the shortest I I Deaver said Only the amount of
PRESS lime to digest and so bring on calories should be reduced Rci-
For Good Health hunger more frequently, Carbohy soluble exercise might be Indicated .
!4 chutes Include nuKars and si irehci to r'dlstrlblltecllhl( and use

Reddy Kilowatt, JACKSONVILLE: If you're al bakery goods, (cereals vegetables up cileries A S.'lnund.a.mnnl' h

Q ways' hungry between me its, It and fruits, candies and Jellies weight toe Is usually considered

may mean a nervous stomach safe>,
W that on-the-spot news hound will grye{ pOp or that you're nut eating the right Prolions take the longest: to dl.gest. 1 Vitamins should he used as a
; n I kind ci IcKid t ( Proteins Include meats, fish 'supplement only when the family
I poiiltr, eggs!: milk products, I physician has been consulted
be all week all the To help maintain good health,
busy covering beans, grains, cereals and nuts I Some vitamins arc stored In the
Iti belter to be a little hungry
w mom I I run luke longest( to ripest. 'body and harm could result from
activities of the colorful and (unfilled than to be overfed but many These Include cooking/ fall and an overdose.
ar Mr.PHOSPHATE I people make honest mistakes In oils, fat
w meals, cream, butter, egg
y their eating habits simply because I yolks, salad dicsslngs, and nuts i 1 While sharks are tough, vicious
they don't t understand I few basic
No; one food contains all the and voracious, they ire difficult
and simple things about food, gays
nutrients The best daily menu to keep In captivity, Among the
Brine DC,' director ot ,
Mary aver
POOLS 1 1K + I should Include Items from each of dangerous! species exhibited al Mi-
"Fiesta of 8 Flags" the St,He Board uf Health. Uivis. the
IN POLK AND HILLSBOROUGH COUNTIES, SOME UNDER Ion of Nutrition basic four food groups: milk rlneland of Florida are the liner.
and milk products: fruits and lemon, bull and saud-liger, sharks
FISHING SPOTS r diet without the advice of a physician .
.' because almost everyone

Florida's. .., reacts clllfcrcntly In scone way to
food Intake, she says But there d,41t, ,% r r1hI
general rules which
| are some ap In
JONES, SAYS PHOSPHATE f .', of them 1hI
,Jf ;: s ? sw pq/ ply to most people some
6 OPERATIONS ... ...tio t different from Ideas advane
5 .,: \' I I' quite
"CREATE NEW AND ... ed a few years ago because science

An ,Inveterate, "first nighter"" and stage door EXCELLENT FISHING | has In studies made about much needs progress: of our recently bed-
\' Johnnj' Koddy will, quite naturally, attend the PEOPLE BELIEVE PHOSPHATE r lea times Sometimes rather than eating 3 times S or daily S -- ;W

It "Romance of Eight Flags" historical pageant at AND OTHER may be preferable. So-called scientific .
MINERALS HELP FISH nibbling often keeps a pcmonFERTILIZER
Fort Clinch on Friday and Saturday nights as GROW FASTER AND W

Fiesta and the TO ABOVE AVERAGE '
of the
well as all the contests SIZE" .tie

costume ball .

Too Late I Bobby Y. Franklin

To Classify I Completes Training 50 Ibs. 6-6.6

I At Parris Island

have been no books -
During the day, Thursday through Sunday,
written about Hcirldu that It In I Marine Private Bobby Y
Invitational hard to conceive I hut Franklin, son of Mr and Mrs
Reddy will cover the $5,000 anyone I 1 6.6.6 Pellets
I could find anything new to write\ Dewey W, franklin of Route I.
Golf Tournament and pro-amateur event as about, particularly of a historical | Milliard, graduated (this mouth
: nature from recruit training at the Marine .

t S well as the free fish fry on Friday for participants Just about the time you figure Corps Recruit Depot, Parrls $199Grotone|
I' Island, S. C,
and ticket holders that everything that could posul.
lie studied\! drill, bayonet train.
bly be written, has been written,
Ing, physical Illness, parades and
r along comet somebody with a new
I slant or new angle to upset the subjects ceremonies Three and weeks other were military spenton SHORT STORY : "We Loan You Own"
r applecart and bring to Hunt some $298
on the rifle range firing the M-14
fads that you and probably I lot
rlllc and other Inlanlry weapons Fernandina Federal
of other folks dldn know I
s a training prepares Ma-
1dk1F .
Such a book li "Unknown Flor. rlnes for further specialized trainIng .
Ida", by Florence Frlti of Ft I In i service school or with a I HARDEE BROS. Savings & Loan Assn.
Myers, recently released by The unit of the Fleet Marine Force
University or Miami Pros 1 He will report to Camp Lcjeune,

t : Look for Reddy, too, at the because thoroughly of my enjoyed personal It, knowledge primarily I N Ing, C, fur combat Infantry train. I Atlantic Ave 202 Atlantic Avenue

of the subjects discussed my per. I ------. .. _. .
t docks on Sunday afternoon for -- - -- ------- -- --- -- -
sonal acquaintance with many of
the thrilling boat races, the colorful -/ the characters mentioned and my
experience and activity In promoting
+ : parade cf boats and the the area covered, as a

exciting and novel shrimp boat I pioneer and newspaperman
"Unknown Florida" deals with
races -- a limited area of Southwest Florida FORD
the Caloosahalchco region
which encompasses the present I
I counties of Glades, Henry and

L With ever an eye for beauty, >'ou'1tiel'\ Lee I ,must commend the author for

the tremendous amount of patient
Reddy on duty at the beach as he scans the I research that must have gene Into

EL surf for a fair damsel in distress or just I compiling the past 40 the or data 50 years that, the dealt checking with.I VACATIONI

..uueII II admiring the many uncrowned beauties on : of geographical data, the pcri .
i sonal Interviews with hundreds ofresidentn
t \
= the sands of Fernandina Beach's unparallfflffiffi&t I I particularly pioneers,
I and, the study "of all available In-
/ .,ih.Jtl 4 B t'lt'sr 9\1.'J1.\ 1@ebirtQo, I't Cat. formation ,onderninj the subjects ,
nQ c' ,r 1 r!, 'ff1t,:; {'''Y\ : : ", : \f '\ft af. w'kwtiwtM' 1 ; r the.' r? (,': I j! fouikl; In ,book ,| parophlclland I ; ,". '1'. I ,. c : '' "" I '. iIJ''t'r! .:
documents here and abroad. .vt''i\ lt : .
I ",'r; i' ; ." SAdJE ," \ ,,' TI
kids take over As we arc all aware, Florida Is
I, no youniHtcr Her history goes I
back to the Ice uw, to the time et f
the great beasts, the saber tooth
I I tiger the mikhty mammoth, the-
Ihree-toed horse and dinosaurs

Roddy will don hill smock and beret, take up hit I Our their phosphate existence here pits authenticate as do the

palette and brush, and make like a Toulouse i! rings of the ancient cypress trees e
: that flourished centuries before
Latiec along with other art lovers at the Side Ilhe birth of Christ. I
And prior to that Florida. was.. I
walk Art Show, ull day Saturday in front of the I an undersea providence us !ejcologleal 1 I I

r formations rl'Vl'uIII\ us today __
Recreation Center In the same area Friday and I \
In dealing! with this peiiiclof ::
Fashion Horldas history. the author of __
Saturday, he'll cover the Boat and -
Unknown Ilorida has no moreauthentic fIF -
show! I I knowledge:: :than: those it Fad Convnhhle-wdde open venlon
01 the open wmpehllon champ
any ol.ier: \\rlll'I' but 1Il'tIUlIll'illevldl'nce \
I Indicates that the Cole

sahatchec country, along with tae

go l tinge Ever the "spoil" Reddy will sneak rest prehistoric of Florida development., had Its share of VACATION GET AWAY FROM

R away every night for a check on the j Tho periods covered In 'Tn. OLD CAR WORRIES TRADE 'EM
known Florida' tint especially all|i
Iw Bowling Tournament at the Buc llJll'el' pealed to me were those dealing IN ON A NEW TOTAL PERFORMER

/ Lanes. Added to all this l act,: 'Jt>', I with early the Spanish Indian Invasion habitation and. the lie FROM FORD. HURRY IN AND SAVE

you'll also see Reddy at the big parade, early came development to establish by the pioneerswho (loin.\ AT OUR VACATION SELLING SPREE

: the Crawlers Contest, the Music Festival, Teen Day and Public Sloth\; ; totting communities, that mw '
thrive In the uica Our 64s are the hottest selling Fordsin

It was my privilege to t' l Is.:> anumber history And we're keeping 'em hot
I if the Tumi.iml I'nil
with record trade allowances
high on
'Blazers whu sought to enter the
nations idleiilion on a nod for a top of our low, low Ford prices. With 'alrll"1 Spans, Coupe-offers,
'. I state highway through the
the widest choice in the industry-
to Mien
0links from H Myers ls'w
Our little group of 21 men, n 46 models in 5 lines-we're sure to 41U '

I eluding two Indian guides, pushed, have the for
just car your family'sfun
And when the votes are all in Reddy I and fought our sup across the
and funds!
: will be right there with the rest of y I Glades, Stirling with seven cm!
two of whil'he were obliged/ III
: the dignitaries to hand out the troph I leave behind\ as we cut air,
through the trackless aria, III i
.: leg, the prizes; and join in the accolades S I prove that It was possible to nuk., VACATION ANDN.EWFORD
such a crossing Our effort! .reI .
: fcr the winners! anil the near I suited In the eventual biilldlnii

:: the Tumiuml Trail linking!! 'e' 1 I! I Falcon Wagon-costs 11511.,
winners. I West and hast: coasts, that i carts 15 cu, ft. nfargotATOURPRICESYOUCANAPFORDBOTH
pcrieneed! road builders of the |h'

H 1 Iud contended was Impeusible !!
i This was In 1'I23:!: Prior to II ,it
:1 < 1 had visited and reported tee

vclopmcnt of such communli! <
s as Moorehaun. ClrwlstonM '

i >crs, and others and I can LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY
that in her recount of this per d
: x1 Miss rrlU' report In 'Unkiui, ,nllorldj
Is authentic and ,

:r Pre..-Ume Flash! You will also flail Reddy on duty each and every day. of the year at I dune. YOUR FORD DEALER SINCE 1910NewsLeader



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