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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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/usl/fam 1 hn ( City Is Crowded for Fiesta of Eight-H.- -- -Flags-- -- -- ----- I IBediming

'" '" otJ 0 *
I Fiesta Boat Races Wednesday June 3.
w "Romance of Eight Flags" Receives Standing Ovations with the crowning 0111.: .. pii
(Highlight Week BiiKluuf( SI, Ga is the
In a Belting that rivaled and two! Miss Fiosl.1'/ thi week

even turpaised many movie acts RY OEHHY MIKfHKI.n: :' cclohiatlmi of theHeMa of Klitht;
In the greater spectaculars, I i Of Celebration f 11111'' was oncluilid last t nluhtwllli
watched enthralled Sunday nightas Inhabitants+ ol Amelia Hand.genoMlty ,
aI Vesper Sen'lie and family+
the historical pageant "Ro. 'I t undirected bthe) beauty box supper al City Park. The
rnancc of Eight Flags", unravelled j BY CARSON McKENDREE ,. :" \ \ a.1 hlstoiy and sloop tradl. event was spnnsoiod by the Mm.

before a near capacity audience In i i Last Sunday afternoon taw one )II w"J I. lions which enhance this little' Alliance of this illy.Moiil .
the As \ mm I Ding on (tho l+ warm Atlantic
at Fort Clinch. "
courtyard '
of the largest!: crowds ever asM-mb- ; follow ctl reed .
all the planning the superb directing I .l, 11. shore' at I the most, :Norlhoaitcrnpoint I auerrsxlaity
led on the City Dock and Welcome I II ... will (he exception of Sjlur.
and the efforts of '. .. f" { In Florida, were both aina/
I Station to witness the ; dav
&'' '" iM.v when Imrrnllal" runs !flooded'
all Involved reached climax, the 1'. -' : .. ed and enthralled al the spectacular / ; '
scheduled outboard races and 1 I till city "
t ..h. .... :. '.i.. ; ,, Romance of .: v cancelling Carnival Day
highly responsive audience left no shrimp boat race Our hats off )II h'. ; ). Fight/ Flags, ul ill,' beach iinil postponing the
doubt that this was undoubtedly I : ) enacted lust 1 Fricliv exciting and a
to Commodore Kasley Thomas furl I sodinrt picsciilutinn nf "flUlllllO '
one of the greatest efforts ever Iho excellent Job on the outboard : ,..If,..,.. <4t attain Sunday. as wore nil (ho out. of KU'ht: p'hlpr'told! huncl.i ( (.'
exerted here In this type field( and matte, and to the Judges and other i i { .I' _,4't" f-tin n speclHlcus and \Ulting ) even.wig.

certainly one with I limitless po. digIiIII.irit'n.
officials that helped make this
} Ji'lin" It.
l'if". An "P.iicllida." S >,msh!
tentlal as a super attraction for race a success. Ai with all affairs /amateur cast of more I than
I (icncrjl.
100 lli'\\ 'Irnm :Ml'mil
the uavo nil Incredible
this area. Along with many of this nature there hat to be a I 1ll'l'furm. lie Jacksonvilleto
other manifestations I add my work-hnrne somewhere and In ancc- under the direction of Slat represent his
I' rice ; itu-nirv) In the parado' Thursday
own humble accolade to the spon. this case there were cvcril. dooflrry mild of manner and
outing Duncan I... Clinch Historical Gwen McKcndrec Marjorie I ; spelt h. who lose lo giant+ stature afloinixin and I the Insloilcul, xpttacular ''*'-.

Society of Amelia Island and Harrcll, Mildred Thomas and Sara as ho ceoched (Ih(' iietors Inlo aboaiililully I (the+ Kililiiy rvrninc.! picenled'on !

all other agencies, organizations Reese ere the ladles that kept (' ('('II1.rt 11I'(' I'nlaliuli Clinch, puiade "l'nUlul at tort

and Individuals Involved In this I the sandwiches and cold chinks on (the parade (rounds{ nl historic. 6JOE

scintillating production. Certainlythe rolling all afternoon (along with GIVEN SPECIAL RECOGNITION following he grand Fort Clinch llo war cwiiliil In Frrnnndliia
finale did Dot write finis Generally skeptical of the Beaih by C'mp. V. C Amasiin
grand the other little helpers) Ray Love. finale at the Sunday evening performance of "Romance magnitude of
to this effort and It U hoped this I 1 qulst and Louis Reese acted as of such an undertaking In tho Stale highway "I'alrnl ami
will become a permanent part of construction ot Eight Flags, were, from left, Faith Brit ton, who the bus time allowed for preparation seveial troopc-is' llo wan we).
I crew wrote the script and also played the part of Fellipe the comnl by !Mayor K,
the many local attractions for vis.itors. I Clayton Sanders was the chair. the cast t. director plan- r J. Johnson

I man of the shrimp boat races (ap.i '), Witch, Rep. Claude Wingate who portrayed General Dun Ding' committees, directors of a Jr. Milo KrpicNcntativc Claude

i pointed 4 days before the race), can Lament' Clinch, Rev Don Himmelman, narrator, Mrs. lighting special of I eels and pro. Wln :alp, and Harry "Pixilccliulr.. .

Another successful Invitational and this race was a sight to be. Jay Bartels, president of the General Duncan Lamont perlles, and others ton numerous I man nf the Nassau County torn

golf tourney has been staged by hold. The boats were decked out Clinch Historical Society I and Maurice Geoffrey I director, to mention, inked tirelessly lo mission,

the Chamber of Commerce andenergetic ,: with banners, streamers and pretty give Fcrnandina Beach and Ame. Hiding wish Hugh Stone In the
chairmen and committee I girls. JIll 'Island another "hrst" parade InWIIH aeennipanied lu

members. This event Is fast becoming I I The shrimp boat "Dixie Queen", Davis Presents Mrs. Inez Decker Sponsored by I the General Dun tho\ car by Heed LI'II('II"n." ptosi.dent I.
a regular event for manyof ran Lamimt' Clinch 1II.10rl'aSu.\ of till (hamber, of Commute,
owned and operated by
the top ranking golfers In the I city of Amelia Island I the historical and Mm, Jay Hariri
Joe Trlngall was the winner with accept (the pri/c! for
money Trlnitull
Southeast and Is attracting more Rayonier Forestry j Buried Monday In spectacular which received Uros. and the "Di tie ( of the General Duncan 1 L'imont
and more visitors to this city. ( Captain Dave Cook's boats "TheI standing oxallons at bolh performances Queen. from :Mrs j la r liar a I'jron. flinch HlKloilc-al\ Smlelv.' .

One golfer this year was registered I Florida Boys", "The Haze" and ', is planned as an annual hostess! at the Waterway Welcome Station, nit lovely MINK
Following the
Salem Doubloon he I "The Wanda & Peggy" taking 2nd f Scholarship Family I'at lirodie of St. :MaryH. Queen of the "Fiesta parade ParellutU.
from Oregon. 3rd and 4th placVs. This eVl'nlIII ; I CemeteryFuneral performance und expected lo glow' of Eight look, up resldrnro at Miitol! Seaside
was visiting In Florida at this one of the highlights of the Fiesta. In magnitude with cob presentation. Klaus" adds! her charm to the occasion"' whore) toe Spanish/ and American

time but he said that he would I t Captain Dave' says Joe must Daytona Beach, Florida, June < wan held Monday In Ox.I !riiigi were displayed until his de.pnrlm'o .
certainly make It a point to be 10 I Highlight of the ( ) his. iT v7 oCr
have diy docked his boat and Emery B. Stokes, a 17 year 11'y Mortuary Chapel for Mrs. Ole. 4K.year Saturday

back at the same time next year shined the hull with turtle wax. old Senior In the Baldwin High/ I via Inez Decker 51. wile of 1 Doug tory id this tiny Island which Consul General !More than 25 c-nlrleii tick part

so as not to miss the fine tourney. ,I I In the outboard races, Fernan- School was presented the fourth j jlas William Decker Rev. Nolson | played an Important part In (the Dixie Queen Wins In tho giila parr.'je beumi ut

Congrats to all who assisted In dlna Beach was represented by Rayonier FTA Forestry Scholar. I p, Moycr, pastor of Memorial Me- exploration and settlement of Florida the Murlnv Welcome Slut Ion and

the popular event as well as all only two drivers, Jimmy Gordon ship from the Rayonier Foundationby I thodlst Church assisted by Rev. now one nf the richest and Parellada Feted Shrimp Boat ended at the beach.

other Fiesta activity i I driving Ms Pop's Hydro In the Ernest P. Davis, Resident I James C Bvrd, officiated at the I most beaiitilul( stores In the Lnlon RaceThe Rldlnii on the Queen's float with

'A' Hydro class the 100 H,P, Class Manager, Southeast Timber Dlv. I service at It am. and at /grave were portrayed In pantomime hv McArthur I MUM Brodle were Muss
Fernandina Beach has really hit and the Free For All. Carson Me.I Islon Rayonier .Incorporated,' Fer. side .Thomas Creek lOgllvie) drama and disco' as Rev. Don1Hrttmclman At Home ';'DlKlo queen", ono of tot Br ulon..Ul runnerup\ In the Margie beau./
the Jackpot: this year with three uamlina Breach. Florld for his 1 \ narrated the scenes.f trawlers nf the Trlnxall
Cemetery Callahan.Mrs.
I iKendive was running In the 50 H, v near BiosllirtT I My .ontcsl. 'anti 1 Mina Jomn
of our finest local youths being/ j outstanding accomplishment In Such fabulous characters as |I Spanlkh Consul Cvnural Juan ,provod herself the f easiest .; I
P. Class, A. usual, most entrhfsJ, I peekerduiit last Friday"a7her U.: ii.! > of/ ularki, 2nd r'lnnt'rllp.Tn. fled
named to service academies. Latest were from Jacksonville but the !II forestry.The home on North Fletcher Ave General Duncan Lamont Clinch j I) Parellada was guesf or honor alI Ill* wnleilront Sunday when (lie''I I was sponsored by the Chamber) of
to be named Is William ..7.Sweatt $300 Scholarship will enable I veteran of the Indian and !Mexican first shrimp boat race .
fastest boys came from Or. \ I a reception Friday afternoon atI was heldas Commerce ,
up | She was a member the Callahan I
Jr., who will report for I I lando Emery to attend college after I Wars; ,sin and flamboyant Gre. j I the home of Mr and Mrs A. G. ,part of the celebration of "Fl* a
admission to the U. S, Naval Academy Baptist Church. la of Included In the parade were
Edgar Mlchie Jr., and Thomas graduation from high school In gor MacGregor and his beautiful McArthur at Amelia City Flags
at Annapolis on June 30. 1965. He Is the of I In addition to her huaband, she wile the daring Jean fll- diving the "Queen" other floats reprewntlng the nll18IIIhil'h
J. Martin the( Orlando boys) finIshed son Mr. and Spanish ; i i; Among/ the guests who called a run for
Congratulations to William and ( 1st and 2nd In the free for Mrs Emery P. Stokes. His Voca. Is survived by a daughter Mrs bault; Indolent GI'neralJon! II's: during (lie appointed hours nf five (Ito money first 'place 1100. wan had flown over Amelia !In.

his mighty proud Mom and Pop. I all, running twin SO H, p, and 45 tlonal Agriculture Teacher Is R I,I I Kay O'Rourke and a granridaugh. + pioneer\ : David Voice beautiful until .seven o'clock were, rcpre.senlatlves Captain, Dave ('ook'. "Florida nandlna land a !Marine. Color track Guard ."er.Belch' .
H. P. E. Jones ter Tammy Dcnlse Rourke, both ;I Princess Amelia: and many oth.en of the city tnd county Hays," Ural runnerup for a f(oprize. i high school
One youngster waa so overwhelmed engines on Catamarans. of FernandIna Beach: two sMers j : band,, a majorette and I drum corps
During his three Including Indians townspeople i !
John Eddlng from Jacksonville I years In Voca. governments/ and Fiesta officials, j I' ::
with all the grandeur of was the hard luck trophy winner tlonal Agriculture he has planted I Mrs, James Page Sr, and Airs plraten soldiers, and sevoril Following the reception, the / Fallowing the I "Florida '".y." from Jacksonville Beach, severalold
the costumes and the charactersIn ,' Hollls Ray both of Callahan; a In the hour and wore Captain," Dave's model cars which were attended .
turning over In the 2nd lap of the 23,000 pine seedlings harvested Monks wore seen guest ol honor was encortcd Inthe "lla/e,
the historical pageant as they 1st heat Jn the Hydro Llltlc. 50 fence posts, cut and sold 77 brother P. L. Ogllvlo of Crescent a-half performance. premiere of "Romance/ of "Wanda & Peggy" ," and 'Llltlc- by a blcycle-for-two rood', BIT.

readied for' the performance that Buddy Burnett t; with 'boat; race Dilmbef!!!) cords of pulpwood and sold 22,777 City: and several nieces and. nephews. Beautifully executed dllnee'num. :Eight I Flags.i I II I Ii 'David," Also' making/ strung bidvow IIlnlRII'rl,1IIII1n'I'vice, an Impicimive, flout"Ole, bv Ilio

when he was asked why he was X-lJ from Jacksonville was awarded feet I of logs. He controlled hardwood beta were presented by the Bean the Trlngalls1 "Josle" andI an Itenkln
( 181r Done
hanging: around baclistage, he "Golden' isle' ;" Got t's" entry by the
on 5 acres, pruned 1 School of Dancing/ Julanne Schoolof I
the Sportsmanship Trophy. Active pallbeal'enI''re., H A, I Senior CltUenH Club r
said "I 1 am just waiting around In As a hundsonio
Kiwanians Hear Flc-sla
Buddy toughed It out and entered thinned 5 acres and made an improvement The Dance and the Ballet Guild i I I a "fiist, the sliiimp
case somebody In the play doesn't cut on S Also Zulu, Hollls Ray Kranx Young Dancers of Jacksonville guest boat race created/ considerable/ gold and sliver float from St Marys,
class, two third acres ,
every won place
show up." Just another testimonial trophies and took a pounding the he Is gum farming 700 faces forturpentine I II blood, Ben Clarke f;, P. Wilson! artists. i Interest and "peculation and a (la, and many others, Including I IRI''erlll
Sam Hill On New handsome mounted
to the strong Interest generated rest of the day. It must be won. \ on a 50% partnership! I Jr., and John W. Mctlane. Lavish costumes with Apet'I,- I greet deal of excitementClavlon horses
In the outstanding production derful to be with I his father I I Honorary cular Hunting/ and special elicits Sanders and L. A. For.I On Thursday evening Little MissLisa I
young. pallbearers were,
rSchool's the added touch rl'll'uI''re In charge ol' the ,, (aye .Freeman 3-year-otd
Results of the races In all classcs Ills supervised farming program' gave professional York World's Fair I I rare"
Louis Fenclra W. II. Melton Pat
Out! Children at play lo Geolfrcy's directing. which houan. lit the rouge Unlit In daiiKhler of Mr. and Mrs LonnloFieeman
follows also Includes :
were as lot
: 2nd Improvement
many i
arc rarely aware of danger and 3rd projects and '' Provenza James !Ponce N. 1) Opl'nlnllllIh (the pI'rllKI1111'11 Cumlirrlaml Sound' and finished ciipturc-il (he hearti of

motorists are reminded to keep a Hydro Class Jimmy Gordon jobs supplementary laim Irvin, John T rc-ndra, Thomas the Island was under French rnlo, IIY TUMMY: IHLI.KlunnlniiH / ul (tile Ice disk the Judges und audience 'lc> \l'llIlhe

watchlu! eye fir these carefree Carl Walker Emery has served I J. Shave Jr.. W W. !Jludws. Jr the colors being unlul'l 'd In l.'iffii: : / wore oiilrilaiiiul, onMundav I'ii/o "inonov was piosinled Ih.. title of "llltlo Mini Flrslu" Tak.
youngster Ca lIon Is especially as a memo winners' Ing 2nd place was Lllllo Michele
hv Miss I'ullI'IKUe./ \
40 H.P. Wesley Dunn H C ber of several Chapter Commit- Wilbcit Jones Hubert! Caller, L. by Jean Kibault the scenes moved night when' Sim Hill of.the .II ( 1
UeUi-iry, ,
needed Fletcher Avenue where daughter of S
on of IW4.! and Mis. Ilailiailf'yroii Slit nod

summer visitors are constantly Polk (Continued- Buddy on Burned Page Two) lees:(Continued also he has on Page participated Two In ; G. Armstrong and L. 0. Carpenter. :uf I the excitingly other/ seven through flags thopern'jiritlxh, :I I. (:of. National Public:::::: I Air Relations Linen\''. K Depart':ivc' an mini" :II-; 1 II ; ; Wiiterway Welcome Sla- :' Mrs Janu-H UrUerry\ who havecently -... l

crossing and re.rosslng to the :Spanish Patriots, Green Cross of luNliulcd talk on the N'w'ork lion' hostess I returned from Spain. Tbttd

beach. Just one liurst of speed Florida, Mexican, Confederate( ,I I, World Fuir I'ri/c mom'yIIS donated by place winner was Little TeirttKnnlN

and a mangled body' might well Historical Society Dedicates Marker At Fairbanks Home and American 'I I I I Hill was Introduced bv I'roijiaiii Slamluid, lluiilwnrc, Florida N'a1lional I I : d'lUKhler of Mr. and Mrs.

haunt a driver for tin rest of his A rousing ovation was hlrdII Chaiiman David ialcliel, and Bank at rern'indma Beach I Armaiiont KniiU.; The little misses

or her days. Drive carefully and arvAtrw s''.- '>>-..._""". 4' _.. the grand finale ai the cast mciv. : gave a brief talk on each of the and Y.. E Hall, Insurance broker won (from among the 24 entries

slowly at this season particularlyand The General Duncan Lamont ;, od onto stage to the stirring main exhibits and Exposition: and operator of a shrimp fleet Ini i I vying for lh, title Dr, Jnhn Me.

let'i make this a safe and I Clinch Historical Society of A me- "Stan and Stripes Forever," with ,: Bulldlnus which hivo boon erect the West Indies. The Florida De. Clone was chairman In charge of
happy summer for everyone. lia Island dedicated historical the event held at tho Recreation 4
an tlie American Legion Post 54 }Itn) ed by the: various countries/ of the velopmcnt Commission presented t'
*: marker al the Major George/ llalns. or Guard bearing the colon. The I World such as the Sudan, China plu'iuu lo the winner I Center.
"It was the best of times ItI as ford Fairbanks homo, located al color guard was composed of Mel-1 I and nlher, remote, Count rim. One of the most mircrsaful Flt'.. '
the worst of times It was fio 227 South 7lh St. last Bulls hold
til ,
age Thursday vin Dougherty/ Lawrence Shank, Alan| shown were slide'" plmlii over according to
of wisdom It was the age of fool afternoon at 3.30 p,m. (Continued on two) Lovesee Tells ('iinim.inilcT T W, Tilniiin of Am.
4 pugs of minio of the- Stale Kxlnliils: Including I
.ishncss, II was the epoch of belief. tauw' The marker was unveiled by the Florida' (' llIhll.+ and i rrlcan l.mitm Pout 54 who spars41r1'd
It was the epoch of Incredulity It \Miss' l'alrlelalll'bauks Billion I' '} tin- nlf.iir tmik place it the
Industrial rxlnMtK
the mniiv spunsoied Lions of
was the season of light It was the 4' daughter of !Jr. and Sirs J. Bay Legion Awards \ by largo nianiilac: 'lining Muiilcipiil Aiiilitorlum Saturday!
season of darkness It was the and Brlllon. and /greal-great I'ellln"Iu.le: was fiiinlshccl by
IIr'lnd.1 corporaWms+ such us di-ncrnl; Mot.
spring/ of hope It was the winter daughter: of Major Fail banks, following Presented To 7 '', urn, V S. Sled unit ulhrrs. Tin To Other Clubs Kd: Jliinxlil's Orchestra of Jack.

.of despair Doubtless most remember an address by T. Howard/ GM rxhihil being known as 111(' bonvillrAiniiiiii,

the famous opening linesof Kelly of Fcrnandina Beach and G.\f! FuliinmaHu niliiT.. InlercHlIng! t'v.nt.III're .
Dickens "Tale of Two Cities". w' In Iliu (of a rcuularlv hl'tlirlllldpinuram '
Chicago I Students In County I slated that It would take/ at IInn' George, ImcsooI'lil an Art hh'w: al the !Iteerea.
As distractions beset
always us '
Father James Kllisur Hector of'I ,least nun''tv hours to ow' even u his follow club > linn (('ull'I' on S'lluiduy! where'!
and change us and our attitudes. St. Peter's Episcopal Church, '! glimpse (if the many ullraillmis. of nu niliori nfsovirnl large niiinlH'r of lovely paintings
gave/ ; Awards Aincrlcan visits tie In' '
Next week Is Flag Week and a wt' are presented by ol r clubs, as ,,
the { by bnlh Imul and visliInK artists
Invocation the 'fair s" persons planning u ,
'good lime to lake stock\ of our j|| Legion "Post 1 54 of ('rnull. the civic Hi-imp' mel Tuesday night ,
displayed Teen 1 Duy at the
trip khuulcl allow full lime to nee were :
dlna Beach lo the nl Sousldu Jim,
deserving buy
personal and national sense of dl. ; r seen
'Iwh, i.'rt.ulH of which will.. be
I 'no Thin ho said
I all I that in l In seen
rection. When we show the colors Excerpts from address, bv T and girl In inch of the lllKh I would. (mimicunly/ the educational the vlnlti, 'l.cnoser mild, wore currird In lII'xl'k'i t News' !Lead aer.

let us recall the Ideals for which Howard Kelly at unveiling of His.torical Schools In Fcrnandina Brach I exhibits nut In mention pleasure made during a recent trip through and a leen I Dance and Hoot
they stand. The course of our country rvl Marker at .'airbankRlum.\ ., I Yule Cillahilnlnd Hllllard each several slatn.fI al tho Center

Is shifting and a return Is Pb honoring Major George Ramsfnrd | year. The Legion award Is one of I spolv":.Jim' :;:; night Derisn: clubs was, gtioil etc;: of' KdiliuMcKemliie ; II. (Cnpi Smith of (fallahan. evening enaiiny on Tuesday

needed to the patriotism that w2d Fairbanks. 3 30 P,M. Thursday. the highest/ honors that can be ( KlwanJ district, chilrman of the Florida

made 'us great In I so many crise i A June 4, %4. bestowed to those of high school and visiting Foundation for the /Blind, told the
Ian from Amorlcus, fin.I .
J T. Howard
The American. I flag has always'I age and represents Courage I i Dub, Thai of :the Downtown: Jacksonville !I.lons where Ih,' money they, ralwfor Kelly's

'flown above the type land In I r Before telling you something 1 Leadership Honor !Service Club, and LI iou-rimr of sight conservation, Islullll/ ( Entertain Saturday

which I prefer to live. Let's keep I'' about tae gentleman lawyer soldier and Scholarship the No 4 Division, was an official and of the fine work bcliu done ) '

;it that way historian, educator and cell These awards were presentedMay visitor. to (tho Club and mj'tl'lIh In this field, At Beach Home

jj ;Jt tor-wnter we mi-moralize and T. W,28.Tilman I'M! by lo Post Ralph Commander Newton the Board of Directors at the ion. On "bchilf of the dull, President I :Mr. and Mrs T. Howard Kelly
has undoubtedly
President Johnson p' honor here today, I am happy to Bon Clarke, l.lon W. H
gained considerable supportfor : ; that Wood and Sue Selpli of the rcraandlna elusion of the luncheon mooting/ presented "lIlcl'lallled at an Informal !gain,
# say I was very glad to accept Beach High School.' Mellon with a pla<|tio In appreciation snug Saturday afternoon at their
his stand against unnecessary v" ....... .. :r the invitation of our 'Historical of the fine work ho duos perennially'with .
lovely home honoring !Maur.
On May 27. 1964 Commander Registration
paper work as Imposed by Society to al this
speak the
Lions MiiHtrel
his 1, ceremonynot Tllman presented the award to Ice Ueollicy director of "RomanceIf
federal government. In statement
only because of longstanding Second Session the tlub's
he urged government departments I ." my Mildred Vec-rna Tyre of the Yuloe chief mouryraisingproJeel ( 8 Flaish', and others having part
for Major George .
and agencies to lighten '..' -(.j..--- Ralnsford Fairbanks but also furs High School. Swimming June 15 j In the picKentatlon.
Following Iho regular mooting!
the burden of paper work they I Is On May W/ I'M! Commander / Invited were a number of Mr.
very personal reason that the
HISTORICAL MARKER dedicated at Fairbanks Home Tllman presented tho awards to The scMiml 5-wci-k session utails Clarke conducted a boaid meet. |
. place on cltiiens, Industry In gen. Major had a great deal lo do with and Mrs! Kelly's close friends and
Llttte Mias Patricia Britton George( Milllgmi and Lynda Connerof July 11th. for swimming lessons. Ing
era), and particularly on small Fairbanks Great-Great- my own early desire and determination several here for the Fiesta activi
business" Doubtless none will granddaughter of Major Fairbanks who unveiled the to become a writer As a the Callahan High !School.On Registration begins" Mond.iv June I Leslie Graves of Lor a do, W. Va,
June 3, 1464, County' Judge' 1 15, 9.00 a m. (to hull p m al the was guest of his ion, Jimmy tier .
this than marker last Is shown with T Howard of
agree more heartily with Thursday, Kelly, boy eight the sight of the .
J. E. Westherford presented the ,, Recreation Center There l is a Graves; Bub Dicta, and Tommy
the small businessman who has'' native son, renowned author and btnlnwu txerutlre, who square shouldered, white bearded awards to James Smith and Betty charge of tl per child it !time of Tllman Jr., wen gunits\ u| Tom CITY RL.REGISTILITIOYOW ;

a- ,(Contill li4 ea Fop rev:, ) I is 4IIfyerld the dedication adJrelilJ"I, ///'e_. IConUaued on Pale twol) kay)( of the UUUwd W Ilh IcJIouI ref1llr.UWl. Ilmaa 1: _' .. __ .- IN PROGRCMII ; ........'


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Page ''iWi; ) ;"IjI8.Leltdltr V Foinanuina Beat.It. HoricU 'IhuiscUy, Jua 11,. lyd4! f & Girls Wka t t"wn dici eta] q.,
"e\1S From $.H Boys
--- loclal
issue Presented been receiving court\: [
Hold Annual Play cepirt.W( iloa'h imme
Historical Marker lately tj: t W 9'Cekhateseeiu' ) HPW,|

ell ASH! CTRELT PHONES KM S681 )y Julanne School The Rec CenterBY Day At Re:: CenterSome buy:: e..". .J.
t4'- -
A. John 'd. Perry Newspaper I 4- -
(ConCnued l Fr m PBRC Onci 12.1 bnv"* and glrU tnjnved
kr OMwrll. Filitor; ln.l **..*... Of( The Dance SANDY IHHAMIIIO their animal 4.11 Countywide
riding around our tree
ARC .U' I'ftD PAID UKeiLATION Plavday at the Fcimndlna Biachircereatlin
"oliadod, ov',Ur,fthill paved streets, Student of Julanne School oli / TKl'BSDAY JUNE: lUll SUNDAY JUNE: : 11th ) recently. May.
Published every Thursday and entered at tile Post Office Cenlcr
drawn by his beloved! him The Dance, Mr. Julanne Owens I. FERTILIZER F
rsnundJoa Beach Florida an second claai mail matt**. "Mini In" In his fashionable bar. I i''teacher, and Mr, Guy Dudley Adult Ceramics In the Art Room Lutheran Church, meeting' In the or E. J. Johnsi of Fermndlnn the I II
Subscription Rutty: 'lie failed(I to thrill me aftcr al 3.30 p m? Hank Sides, Inilr Conference Kiim at 8:30: a.mMOMMY. ,VPS on hiiiid to group
r..2II/\ months II.25 3 Month UK never p anlxt presented a new xersli I .
14 I y ur I Ii Indcr the supcnlsl of Rec.n I
my dear! late Mo:her cxplalnei of the original Ballet of the Tern Cluh In the Came Rom'
S45U i year out of county I Elgh : JUNE!: l.lh:; Charles "
that he wan Fernandma tomato Flags, Wednesday, June 3. 8.Ob II 7:13: p.,m. 'a Ion Director and 50 Ibs. 6-6-6
historian and editor our ollly; p.m., at the M niclpal Audlli rlurr Adult Ceramic! In the Art format Adult 4 Tern Ceramics In tin ,:sniidra. moles were played

DESERVED PLACE rltlzen to have ever published i I i to, on appreciative/ capacity ((43:> I 713: p.m.. Hank Sides, InslrSoilor Art Room at 7:1:1: : p m? Don' \ inmy hurry To li', chairman of nard
STILL of Coiinlv d m illusion!'n, gave' $155|
InsirInlaid .
book! Author if bonk" were Indwcd audit'ncc, Citizen Club In the Con .
,,,, , Inirlei IIIK In thoM I I Sinrci Chili In lie ,\ulltorluri Dilute cicnuriRlno rnmmrnliJler I
.' Ar. ,, a C; n.. ,t' ;" '; / person This bullet by Marine. was firs 7:13 |
... ',", I,. ; fore'me Rjim, at : pm. 7JII ,\ n ,plini I null, kiln went'prIMitten
.. "I" days and' mv nun' little dream 01 I I at :: p m. I
.4j.; TF :: '(lnledIYHIt Inll h'NlltR, nine lull vcsniled In JUlie in2! : drpletiu M<'(lie.(Mil Church Supixr In the Jjvccik In iho Conference Hum and 1.11 Qiunlcr of 6-6-6 Pellet

!r ., ;;"" i. 'f" the frp.I1U1I1 the colorful! hist"iry if frprnaidlni Audit i'him ut 711: pm, Con; all at 8:00 .mHESDY (iillulnn gave her colirful item
.1 ; tl / l being then Inipnrl hv p
.. 0 ''s' '. Bent' In pageantry, This year. thi, I Jenkins, l'huil'lllon.FBIII the nrrangome nm,|
.. I onstrallcn on
,I :f: .2 xl 'lit of n gentleman "
't. }
.n' .; ; was pirlormrd fanla.s< I I JUNE: ICIh edir. nilieme if a flrls room Then $ 99Grclona
,, ,. : /" : Jf" had (dually/ written aid pulilhhcioua : and hlKlofv wllh Frlippl; !l. the Am U. JUNE: lHhFanilv : |
., t ail the T rnadni enter-
.t : Terry
: .
: :t.r. f'ella Tlmll! Clans nl the TennU Court
.' ,I( Inland Witch, denied by,,His I : :1 touted the wllh several rnun.
f\f: .:' ; The man who' thus fired my own Faith Brllli, I Nile Swimming In the I at 5.OU p.m., iJon Caldwell, liislr vocal groin:numbers
unit slid I
: ; boyish ambitions some fiO'yeara 'I II Pool at 7:13: p.m. Painting Ftr Leisure In the Ail Pellets
... ''11 ; Student performing were: IlixleChilds To climax the day, all 4-II rr
,; :, ". ,i OliO, George Ralnford Fairbanks, Judy Hahn Linda White Sub Teen Club In the Game Room at 7:13: pot.Batberalirppers were Invited to take a swim In tie:

.:ij."AJI:: ..:' ::5)i'"k.') ,,," was born! In faraway WaUirtown I hurl Pyron, Gall Galphln, Julanni I I Room at 7:13 p.m. In the Center pal I, al the Rccrpatlrn Center
t. I $298
': M.i .. "iI' N Y July S. IBTO his parent bll. nee Ream at 8 00 p.m.
t, ( tg.: < dl':1' Owens, Jr. Beth Long, Sally I II Stork Shower In tho Conference Heryone went home tired, bit
\.' .: : \Inn Jason and Mnry Massey Fairbanks White, Brenda Klnser Betsy Phillips what good time
/ \ a
.. : ; ( Room at 70: p,m. WEDNESDAY JUNE I'th I nimciulng on
of that town HI* elementary I
::f.i4','lo Y I .:II. i! I Mary Julia Brewton. ConnUtntzmlnser I II I i they had
and college preparatory education Julie Lasserrc, Patsy SATURDAY JUNE: 13la i Sub Teen Club In the Game
..}. J. ;'i'lip'4 \tlJI ( was received In Watertown Academy Brltton, and Cindy OSteen. j Room at 7:15: p,m. I .- I HARDEEBROS.
.::, ..i( :. l Mnni I Adult
.... ::ii.j.( ., J' and Petit Seminary Faith Brllton. Gladys Douglass/ Swimming Clan at 10:00: I Teen Club In the Game Roomal
Canada repeetlvely/ )
Meal, AM I
t: < /\;: 'r, '\( endowment In Indleal'ed Patty Arscnault Candy Rcbson 7,13: p.m. Atlantic Ave.
; Intelliretiinl .
;;. .' ..' \, 1'1" unusual fact that hi Louise Britton, Lisa Owens, Pin Teen Club In the Game Room al I Adult Ceramic In tho Art 11-nm Adult Ceramics In HIP Art Room
{ graduated by from Union Collage/, ny Brl!lon, Maria Deonns, Kathy I 714: p.m. I at 3:30: p.m., Don \anney Insir. ill 7:1:II p m.. J.n Nnnmy. listr. ------ -
r..r. 'i --- --- -
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Miller, Donna Sims Robin
} Y. In 1818: at the
'I' : SchDnnetcilv' N.
J. $ !f .. youthful ago of 18 when most fttu.. Lcary Mai'yam Mlllsaps 0'\\
; ,'.' f: }, dent are In their freshman m Usher, Susan Davis
r.1; ,,1:, sophomore year! Later In life, bin 'Meiki, Sherlan Wllslur, Nancy !I
.. .. 1" It'l \ y Alma Mater conferred the degrees Ccmk, Lucy Wilson, Kim Gregory .

:4J,;.: ::::.'I ? of la I of MA and LLD upon him. Jeff Lloyd, and Sam Mill. !I "GOOD THING WE SAW THESE

r,/ /:. .f, fJ: \ A* It sometime happen will laps
., ,'...'. ... '" ", a man or woman, of varied In. Cliff Fox Eddie Justice Cindy _
.r.1 ,.r. :., \ lalleitual' gifts, young Falrbankibwin Justice Fran Watson, Vicki Wane, I
.. '1'f.' I his life'* career In a field Marsha Gregirthy

-> ; \ quite different from the histories Dancer who performed In "Ro. BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THENEWSLEADER

l- ,, .I't and editorial field In which he manes of the Eight Flags at the i

...;.;...-; rK' I subsequently gained oulHtandlni tint, on June Sind 7, In pirate

: t ;7t \\.i: distinction/ Keenly Interested In fantasy were: Mrs, Jane Philips,
c/LAG: I legal matters he road and studied Mrs Bat bm'a Grey Mr. Knther.
DAs-JUNE:: 11,196h 1 law In Walerlnwn !Irani offices Inc Ditoon. Judy Hahn, Linda "

so successfully that by curly 1842 White, Roxle Lhllds, Beth Ling THIS WEEK !

ha wan practicing his hosen nrofesulin Connie Entzmlnger Julanne Owens

A THOUGHT FOR FLAG DAY before the bar of New Jr.", and Gill Galphln.
, Court and In the
York !Supreme

When I think of the flag I set alternat.'I'I U. 8. District Court of Chancery I

strip of parchment upon which are Fortunately for Florida, parti, Fiesta Races
rights of liberty and justice and stripes of bloodto cularlv our own Fcrn/indlnn, Ma.

vindicate thoM rights and in the corner, a pre. )tune Fairbanks accepted become In Clerk late (Continued From Pose: One) I ISO
Invitation to 4
1842 an
diction of the blue serene late which nation 1rr
every of Each I
of Ilia Superior Court II P Carson McKondree
swat: which stands for these
may Florida Thereupon he moved tiSt Eddie Lyons Buddy Burnett I

Woodrow Wilson Augustine with his bride of a 71 It.?. David Fcnton Yogi i3
few months the former M1., Sarah I Bear Jeff Luten I
-- -- C. Wright of Adams N. Y
. 100 IIP Edgar Mlchle, Jr-
f At that time Fernandlna WAR a Thomas J. Martin David Fen.
;Standing Ovation fI I Davis PresentsContinued small but growing seaport while I 4
the present big city of Jackson tonFree I
For All Edgar Mlehle.
, I Cnwsford,
vllle. known then a*
: (Continued From Page Onel) < ( From Pane One) wa a scltlement of some WO persons Jr Thomas J. Martin Tom

;Tom Knney and Flbert Gill. the Livestock Judulng Teams, And A staunch Jeffersonlan De.. Moore

, St Michael! Catholic Church I ha* been a detonate at the Slate m'f'rol. George' Ralnsford Fair.books 1- '
FF Convent! and the State I PA entered pilltlci as a mcani
:Chulr rendered Gregorian Cnmits) .
service to
of rrndmlnK niblle'
with I the musical background by Forestry eR'a :, In camp, lie was I } mnn, Hiring his St. Aug a gifted historian now came Ins:
:Mr and Mrs. A. C. MclnnU Ir. voted Camper. He lervcd uoPuillent full flower,
if the Baldwin FI"Al'bailicr amine\ residence of mnnv year I I II
: The script woe by Faith Biillunwllh he served ns Rtnlo Srnot"r, ronresnnllng I' And in 1871 his Opus, "The Ills\
. additional research and narration fur' 1t63.6t the 1 cruntles nf St Jrhn, tory of Plcrldn." from Us disci,very .

by Dido and Jay Uarlcl i Emery pinnn 1 to U I:: f.IO; ex. Putnam Vilush, Oianw and by Ponce de Leon tn ,the >cnr 9 VI
!and Casaba I and Otto Pliunnli t ;l, 1 BUI'd big supervised I pi' >. Bnvardi nIU"l'nUv. bo becomeactively 1842, was published by the famed
gram, llnlxli high sell,.ol Iud at. Philadelphia book house, J. P
; The entire production wi* designed Interested In all phase
I I lend colltxe. Llpplncolt ft Co In conjunct
. and staged by Maurice of the ediicillonnl social!, flnan
church facets with Col< mbis Dew of JUksinvllle .
vial!, hUlirkal and I I
'Ceojfrey. wllh rhoroi graphy! by ''of his "adapted" slate, Florida, Later, this 9 i0.pnse beak I ,,,,tlI
Nolan Dlngman, Frank Solar, J Just Ramblin'I (
/ ; and Die entire South I was expanded into an whichcovered
J SJne Bean and Julanne OWIIIHHmnJ I the I
,1P I'nvlxlunlng: / the necessity for the War Between
. was by Chuck Hennikcn, : (Contliiied from Pane One i hMir ed'eall-n' it the university: States and event of the I lute

"With' Round equipment courtesy the I level. Majnr Fairbanks was bolt I Eighties and cnrly Nineties, This I

IZinlor Chamber of Commerce ling been, plagued! with' ex 'csslve a lihdir, and a working uhcilhurne publication became a standard

"The wardri.bea* by Costumes piper wok and, the heavy expanse I I tram 187;; to lllbO In helping I history text book In Florida tctintis; :

juillmlled. and sound by Sam j of Kami The step also will' per. to establish: the University of 'Ior. Settling! In Fernandina because

""urine of TampaZlChalrmen mil botir use of the time and ef.1 I Ida i, Hist at Lake City and later I he believed this I town had great

of production commitMw forts of got eminent ernplovees al Gainesville. Sim illaneously. at potential! for becoming a Florida

>. under the /Kinoral chairman, nile of the first end foremost Fp I metropilis, Major] Fill'hanks be. ;
[Tgri:\ Jay Biirtcls. wore, AsslstauU I r Talking Kovernmrnt civil. : INC pal! la>'mon In Florida and the came editor In 18'9 of till rity'*

On the Director, J\ln. Louise Wai 'r'Ian employees, onulilur tills: South. IIP assisted In speaibeadln nited! newspaper The Florida

Mar and Ray Fuller: Slate Park There me I'tOOOOOnn million Am. !( rlforts to fi unit a University ol I Miiror It soon became nationally The News-Leader Is

32 0rdlnalor, Gil Bicker: Cm- I orleanH, and to nerve each 1.000 1, atu ( the !S ulh under the auspices of famous due to his strung, gehol I II

..cameo. Mrs. Nancy Sulxrt\ : trn.Cities there are 1.2 d< etori, 1.1 1 Inw.i the Proleslnit Fplseopal Churdl I oily editorials en the prihlims
:; F\crt 1:Mn: Mukc-up, I i yen and judges, 4 gas Hall m op. Aid In was 111 're It Siwanec. Ten and iiucstli ns of the day, !Ri' '| Hutcd .

eoNrs. William Miller: Special Lf32'1l' orators! 4 tiltpinnu: ( : mil|I nisitee, Oitibir 10, lm.0 when the by New Yuk. and other lilt

: !: Jay Burials and Dr. .Bavard.Jiiitlon 1 to serve each lita I () if f im I time are first eornursti no of now fan mI'nkeisitv city dailies!) his urltln s hl'allllht;

. : Publicity and I'romillin II: Feliril civilian employees| l .. of the S"II'h' was Add. I mull favirallt iiibllilty to our I

"Mil, Shiell Sheffield: Ticket, MrSJ1" should bi will' locked 1 alter I Ills wife, Sarah. having died Inlllifl little Island illy: aid nt tint bonk I

:::; Tooter: Secretary: Mi'. ()
'han'IJIli.; House, Ut| '> I'lunstiil; .Many piuple who keep wuikuittii i Mn Saxon' B Wiluit. the vvllwof I ttliwiiin to a pram In Hrnm

:CTid( L'shc'U. Catherine' Britton! utter: liny ULC.,memtntilv i li> rnn net''' Rl''lknJ.lmlll Wright/ In ItllO. diva wilnuL: lulling FIlii Ida, orU .
I and they rintlniiid ti crude In S:, mt only 'btcbnsir I his I wnwas
: icclal Heiiillv duiks d k- I
: I the hi,'me lie had built at Sewinee aliened! to he the only lirnandina ,
*Tha Florida Alcoholic Hehabill their eainnvi Working :
spite pea In Id;!4. This lovely home along in the map but nun he :
;Julian: Program entlm ilc* shut only pie over 6! slioild visit their near. buildings :: i
with most of the University cause Ferniindlna n'an sn tell
.'ttb mt three per tent of alcohellc I lest social sctuilly oltlee to see if 'I burned downby Flllr.11IIIrrorl |
i at Sivvanee was known due Major Falibanks
*tn the U. S, are skid row" types! they're rllgble fir benefits, the the fra-
Federal troops Ida !
ufcpiUmK: DM old auitado thai all Serial Security AdminlhlratloaI I '
the I
traddil War Between According to the hlslorl!'al GUIDE !
-Alcoholic* are bum. I ul'ge. I Fairbanks I
In which George R.
"*- marker we will presently unveil
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. I nerved a* a Confederate Majir I to our famous former citizen II'I
Fur> several years he wa In chargeof Jar Fairbanks built this great., .,
all hospital services foe the I house In 13a tho year he resigned\ I

Ilan Theatre Confederacy In Georgia and Ala. a* active Editor of the Mirror
bama rendering Inspiring and I Serving as a contributing and ad. In newspapers the news of better ard,

distinguished services vlsory editor for many more years,

Phone 261.4 419 C. E. Beach MKr. i After" Ibo stlllnes at Appnma. he devoted much time and energy products and services is as important There's much significance in this
Fairbanks was pa.
tall, Major to completing! his History of the
--,- I roled by the President of the In. 'I University of the South, and other to today's modern family as that of for local
his advertisers the
Itcd State. Singularly enough, writings, For only in :
FRIDAY & SATURDAYJUNE signed by the then i
pardon was His death occured Aigust 3. current events or features concerning
Secretary of War 1HW while he was visiting Sum. newspaper can people of all age and

12 &: 13 also, as Governor ofew; York anee, removing/ him from the hcme and family food and fashion
hail signed his commission as n income
I if his lotions In his groups information
Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30 &: 7HI:: (I Major and Lieut Colon l'1 I In the scene earthly
nulls year III'A a, burled thi re i iI hobbies and health.
New Ynrk militia prior to his depnrture and
with great tuners In the Tentut I inspiration so for
/ good
Returning to necessary
for FlorIda.
"CASTLE OF BLOOD"Friday ; I see soil which he lived 1 almml! ani I
hlmsilf built a leg For the medium
Si' lanee, he newspapers. are by
I cabin which he named "Rebel'sFolly' much as he loved the fertile cuthof :. citizenship and for the enjoyment of

9:0R: Saturday t:(OS &: !IOK: ,"' He and his wife lived there his "adapted". Florida. which most people shop. No other better
i wllle hi labored t its restore theUniversity Lur since, during the 53 yinrs I a way of life

of the Snitli, tracleally (Hut have come and gone wllh 1 the
: : "HERCULES AND THE HAUNTED racked by war winds tint bliw over our I'neb inted medium supplies the variety and de. And because newspapers gain their

I Inland, Amelia of :
sea F.lI'hl I
to his beloved
I turning(
"nl pun'.plid'! state of Florida' In theSIMntlts Fink. this stall'Iy mansion, its tail of advertising by which one may friendship and regular readership,

WORLD"I Major Fairbanks' bt. gardens and Mowers and Us t w.rrlnK I

I came interested! ,lir some limp In (rets. have provided n wordless compare prices and benefits and newspaper advertisers provided
requiem (her George R ilns. i are
orange!! proves and he was a prime I .
mover In organising the Florida ford Fairbanks reminding us wire I choose the comforts and convenien the most productive '
Citrus Exchange Having helped knew him, and knew of him of medium of communication :
Florida Historical So. his distinguished place In out | that make for full
In d'und the I ces a living stand. with
SUNDAY & MONDAY ruby while In residence In M community past I customers. ;

II.liul'! t and hiving delivered I So today, surely. It Is eternally

JINE: I' 813: his Irst paper rn this Slate colirfnl fitting tint we huvo eioctul thin ,
ilramutle and fabulous pail I articulate niaiker In his hin red

Sunday 2:3(1: ( &: 7JO: Monday 7:10:: hi'fire that Society In April of 1817 miniury In order that thus >vt to 1 Fernandina Beach News-Leader
end having subsequently published I CHIme who pas this way may
nuny faselnaltni pamphleta accurately know of our own revered Major
I recording Florida. hi*. Fairbanks a nun who. ever devoted .

I Tory. Malor Fairbanks, aenula a* hlmsttlf lo the best Intirents a

JE.VN SIMMONS ROBERT PRESTO I of his andIIh... It PHONES: 261-3686 261-3687 f
i CITY RE.UGISTRATI0NltiQW now himself a bright tif la the I

; Q( 'HO&IM history of Florida. I





N'cwvlcndcr! Bean School of MIXED ,, ;f Humphreys Blood _

DOUBLES ,*' I James A. Mcars ';Troop 213 Scouts

Dancing Features Bank AccreditedOn Pt. 'rilEY On USS Lexington

BY ANGIE DREW & Out of PensacolaUSS Get Star Rank At
Broadway Musical WEEK OF ...... I Voluntary Plan I 11fllt1.. i

ercwd of approximately :3oOw ) Team SllIndlnlll W L Pini I 1'h. I lorldfl Asxodiithn/ if Blunt! I" SILL flNNIT June A Mturs, fin'mm iippten Court Of Honor
pic lIalt'l,(' perform" i to the music of Richard Lana 9 8 11920W net," (|lllalll'n of the Humphreys Mhlle do mum atltnllon WUA 0 CreUH of /thistle i. /llilli.ii. I. is Stouts Cecil A. Rtnncll and Re>-

H< kcri Dunces were staged to E. Barber 8 7 12033Beckt'o Mini: Iial i I Ilospilil Blood Hank, I diuwn I;:: ; by I the:; movement :to slopGoldw saving aboiid Hit :Navy ami htrl T Ferreira of Boy Scout
the original Broadway cast record Drug 7 8 12195 Jili T llrnnh nil of Orlando; all'r and live the record il submnilne vtnifuc' alrcrult <'urrlcr froep 213 were awarded the Star
"in of 'No Strings... Some ilxlysiwlenti Beach Bar 7 8 11953 7 \ pr'MII.'nl I, of the Association In ', the GOP of picking a pntsv H rIdliuiH LOS Ukliikiui epcralinn' / cut (Hunk al I the Nassau Dislrlet I Court
took part In the show Southern Gas and Fuel 4 11 11543 ma k"ni. the immnmoirmill, dialed, I appirtnllv not nlll"YI hlCl of Pi'nut'nl j. HiIxxlnitlin if II meir 'held 1 \Vpelnesdiv al the

II liic.h included ballet, modern High Team, Games the hank; Is hereby recognized as '''of what wait bt'inn roc keel up InSI wiles as .Hie' training Jnm >r high Schoil autlltoriumwlllt

JIM, tap, ballroom novelty dan Becker Drug 2369! main'.nmnK or exreecluiK the I, Piltrsvllle. alrcralt carrier fir siinUnt aUntors \Dislrlet Advancement Chair.

('PI and pantomlne, At Intcrmlsion Buccaneer Lanes 2508 itnnliuU of blast bunk perform Well, I hear from a friend II lu>', ut the \'lIrllluHuval: .Vir sti. mm: Jcirv Stoiilftr prr ldtnll.
a drawing was held to detrr- The Rulers 2o07Hl ante a< established by the A.+o. '' dust lo the Nadir amoiiK the lions illcied the Mrs, R\. btrt T. Ftrrtln and
mine the winner of a free course h, Ind, Games I ('lull..n slid the Amorliim Asso.rliitl SI. I'ele miller cifimns shut1niiiloritv throujjmil! Mis ("cell( \, Dennett, me I hers of
ill dancing lessons, Miss Jennie Bo King 61J 'n of Blood Hank," I begins nl 'HI Ihiv timsll eountiv", r:,iih cif llu Hindi'ills the !Stouts, received (;old Slar

Peterson was the lucky young Judy King 682 In PITH'mint) a certificate ofaicri Isle mi miry thin 737 |IlC'r cent ilI must qiiiihlv uhiund lilt 1.e'"IIII.!. I Ihns cli'noting hour sons rank In

lady' Alter the !finale !Mrs Joan Ruth Williamson 679 '(dilution, Brtinhiim mlvisidI I population a Ira did Ml: a Ion h'lllll'I lily tie signiltd tin",I nu
Bean and Mrs, Betsy Strickland\ high Team Cam.I I hniks IIlrt''II'r8tnd stiff unilf and luinil: Mullmmi Kiev :Naval aviilersGory Oilier si'emit receiving Swards
'f'. '
I :
acre presented with' bouquets and The Rollers 900 ;>.. > IhK rcioMiiliin by Hip Florida raikntg; nrliher.In I. win II hut lirdlurd 3 merit
I '< \ ---- -- -- - --
Kita from fie: dance students, Hue'cancer Lines B7Beekers <. &i't.:: .14' Aimieinllein of Blood hank Is I. fact (here vvcreill nil pet cil hmlll's'IIYII: ,' Ky.ils, l.inlhirwoiks -
Pictures dance numbers 1wn ; Wade With Merit H icln' '. Robert lirnlin .
of all the :
Drug OtiS! mi i ii IK'c ( foiir iiintiniiecl Inter noting VAIiiil wan iiiekliifi(' our i

nude by E, B, Philips were on. High Ind, Game ,.!;.. ,, _..... ,, ( cst in islibllhhlntl, the highest( 'plot fur :01': )| 'lIl1dlllalt' Innleu, Naval Air WingAt '' :2 nienl budMShionlH .
display at the door, Summer classrs Bo King 264 qiiel t\ medical rnie to the par llulley and his tumpuii.n klraleRlHtS '. picicnl at Hit ufliir
start June IS Ruth Williamson 247 "AN OKTUODOX OOL"I from the teccnl lcm! chocil of lie'tit K Mm nerveAiineiililiem ." : til flMIII' how ('111'1"0 CIMlIdblazt Sanford, Florida vtii: Pit Ida, 1'cter Buri.h:licit,

I Larry Flint 241 Dancing production of "No Strlnt I :"" from 'left, are resulted from (hoHI a hall In the' )Kovtinorslii( | SVArOHl: rLA ''h 1I11NC" -- ,I.ihn Diessler\ Miillie Strtll in,
Many people do not receive their 241 'ninl ,physical' InspeKllem and Mil hie'I Chirrm, Kcnmth' Snvelir.
June OSteen Janie Stouffer Diane l>ean. and Judy' .\IdI.'. Thin was; The t' ini|> 111,11 m gas' I the
'OI1lIIl''III'nHI\'c uluelv made, by aoliiiilur Gary II: Uaek" aiinini, ISN' : sin U'"liter SllIral',, Jay Kyuls, Key
social security benefits simply be. ''I' High Scratch BowlersLADIES one of the outstanding numbers the t"hoTht'>c girls! | I CUP r'11111111111(' a |gent! d inelv bit
for them \ pin an'Ian iKMclnlisi| | 1 of advice which, if (hnlli likes 01' Mr, unit' Mrt Mill h," 51: Haiti' (It nu'us" teed In' Tyson, and lour
Muse they fall to apply study in the all-ballet lass, taught bv' Het-v, !Slrkhlincl. ,
''Ruth 189-503 llu XsHiHliilions Inspection mill 'will ami If he ilml lit' had! cl Koiile 2, Ililliarel, is servliiL Semis 1 hunt 1 Trim')) 391 1 if Cullahun.
Williamson help v
the Social Security Administration ', Rowland 133-449 Registration is now open for summer; elites, of ,.n.hal. Al'I'I.hlallun! Committee1, litmlidbv It, will) He.,i\v ,Vlliiek hiiiiidiin| lluceav Adult leiidirs! present were C,
says, Applications for benefits arc Carolyn 151-403 let or the mixed Tap and Ballet Class, t night by .loin Hubl'rl l K Klein, M I U of the I !\ .il '\ii\iluiry \n 1'1.,111'11, Sieii- II. I Ipinski I. Ailviminicnl, (hull. ,
Belly Becton the MId I ,
d; (
ivi rner -- began
retroactive for only 12 months, soj I GENTS Bean .\dr \', Aliilnii. Cieiic'nil lIu-pllII, Gainesville fold, IIII linn, and :'UIlII11lhh'r K Vilirn,
like to aelehiHH an such
people who are eligible for back Cecil Hedge 201-551 - r lot Ili( heal MX )('prs.1111 yin \ voiirexiplliniy 'I"hl'I siiidion'| t Irjiins .pilots fur True"|> 211 and O Is W, Me Cor.
The In. I nark, 331:.I of
pinpiiKe of Ih(' voluntary All mill' Hint 111'111I1I1II'k MiunelroiiH Scoutmaster" Ticnu
payments lose a months paymentfor Johnnie Williamson 210-532 r for Oallll.II1I'S111(':t tout ,,
npiciiin and! 1I.'rl'hl.lllOIl. proKm It flies I hiVii.lliiiile>, a twintiiKinul C ;ill lit ill.Girds.
every month they delay apply. Bo King 206-519 Take llu I 11111' swamp pull( ) II
: ( in, KpniiKiiied by I 111(' Hoi'Ida JI'I 'e 'Hi'el euiiur ; pi| IIHC'nl, Mi mud Mrs
luff, John Beckett 179-501 l' you hive In lull stay lull aw iv pi pi
-- AHSI"nation of Blind H iiiku, U tom based liiinliir ('lIrl< 1I1 S. 1IIIII.hlI'Ili.! i Mrs C', II,
tint,.tin llu liliJiiKl! M,nut ml* of ,, from Hi it mid I In.I I hlphlkl, 1 aid ve'inuslcrH' +, Mis
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.\ (iiviiiur; tie holler ulhilnu : 1
pr.ii tic'i* within the' blood trail. I h"llI'rl llvils. ulI.1I.I rrprearild.Ilve .
net ('11'1" II hl'rt. mid keep( Too Late
fusii n M'rl'II'p: to nisM the blood In in Hie :Ninth Hi"units I ('111111.
liclnu I Jiit.1 I gal wend... III point
bniil pi'me" nml In dilcrmlnlnK I'll I if, Hie Buy.. See'ills ifniului.
i ulllitii missed ml! cull In Jan To Classify
whither I priHccliires' empliivccl by .liiksnnvilli'liny .
last\ mtJil! llu/ waits' mo mil. and '
NEW HOURSMONDAY :g'I r the iiiMiliillon moil I Kl.ihllshc :sinilfir will unnmniP Ihl'I
Hint Hlil/ir ilivlsiims 1"'(' on iiltrl
1 si,:ni 1,n els and let .provide' rnn Sl'011(8( M'1( \ Wish lo 'IU'II I Him uml 1 place 1 cl the next ('''lilt(
lo loll, tine id |Hliio and l Ion ul
null. ,itiin Kirvice Him nsHiulnit mi 111'v for cuiiip\ YtilUnri ucnkcrs of IIUlillr
: pair' nix if tnerensed'' mlcty In lui lire platens' gash n'Ft"11'm'c', lull Pit, -- -. .. -
I I led bv ( mi.lid,ill' llolltv mill a
II.I. nun; blind,, IrinsfimiiliHi. :II11.i.U!', or lily :6I.UItI.. ( in II-:.IslltMION: :
b mil I tin Cut': roup neInd
Hi' inli..mi rimmcnlicl Unit the' JII, (IIIc l NOW) IN I'JWSS, ;
through! ilounloun' unj-iim: llielrtuiiipiiKii
IlliKil,, H, nk It cm' of mole than -T
1 "' mini! "l>tck llu MJII.
THRU SATURDAY 40( l>.inks In Florida" and over 6001 I "
: stun WulU Fur lleilleyP. .
blinkIhiouUioul! Ilic United Sillies
rj > which arc panicIpatmii In the
1r : \oliinliiv accreditation program, j C. Johnson On

8:30 a.m. 9:00 p.m. ...._ ..., Inifoim procedures established Joint Maneuvers
by the Florida Assoelallcm In I Ina'ralinn I
THIS MODEL T FORD the first Ford Hold by I.usserre eo.
with the American' Association In Mojave Desert BOOKS ARE NOW OPEN
Motor Co. In 1911 t, recalled to many spectators at the of Shod Banks, will assure I

Fiest.i! Parade, the Rood 'ole days "" hen" Owned by Dr. all patients requiring blood! MOJAVE //lJoSlmT: I mir\ti: -l

SUNDAY George Barker of St, Mars, Ga., it N still in fine run transfusions, (Hint the blood bank P. C Johnson, unman, L'SN: KIIII AT CITY HALL
ning; condition and was one of several "ifolden ) eRrs" i has voluntarily' met the high I of Mr and Mn, Chris M Johnsuiof

models entered in the parade and manned by the lIar atandlyd, of procedures and Is Route 1, Is pirtltlpallnit In the

bershoppers in appropriate attire I rontmuallv striving to offer the deployment phase of OpeMllon FOR THE PURPOSE OF
72:00 to 6:00 p.m. best service possible". Branham Desert SI i'ike" with Air Transport .
l'ml'lml/l'd. Squadron Seven In the Mujavr

aatWelaa"N wk Fur fin'I her Infeirmnlion rnntuetMm : Distil,
II. Brlltun I M., I).. Humphreys I The Miuadron will help I rails, MUNICIPAL REREGISTRATIONBOOKS
*W4' 1 3A Memorial Hospital Blood Bunk purl 13IHKI comliiil liiHiim' In the'
# rtrndiidina Beach, ilmulale-d battle area, Ihc ipcra.
4t i (Ion In the largest Joint military

Waas StoreATLANTIC maneuver ecindiieled Klncc llu\': :;
Drug Jack C. Hodges and will Involve uppioxlmule' '

Returns From Tour UNI.IKK) menThe .
fill' tlu
tqiiidion it Iliiiiiki
AT SIXTH On Cutter Yakutat
t jit! ( unxrnlt |
prop- transoil| +
P AT 5 PM f'Jj
Jack C HeclKis "postal cl:>k "If the itriiHH In ureiiier em the!
-- - - third class. USCC.. son of Mr, and ,J other nidi of the I fence, pail can
I f. wN !Mrs E. J, IlodMTi< of Koeile 1?, bet the water bill In liluhe," -
f Ililllard, returned lo New Bed Alvin E, brlcicm!: Bonduel (Win. '' '

fend, Muss? (his month aboard the I Tlmci,
-- -- -- -- __ i
Coast Guard Culler Yakutat after
completing a tour of duty as in /
4&4') ocean station vessel In the Allan '
tic, I .I' 1.4..4A .

,I While on station, Yakulat pro. J. ]
',(> vlded aids In navlgatliii for trans. ,

ft J&O L lected Atlantic!' weather aircraft: data and Wr ships the' Wee col.. : I'' ''n f. ,,). 4V I> j VYOUR; MERCURY AWN PROUDLY ANNOUNCES ,

(her Burruu, and was ready to an. UNCOLN-MCRCURY'S HOT NEW ENTRY IN
ewer distress call for scared '
,,\&. and rue any details I I THE SPORTS-CAR CLASS !
LANDLUBBERS TOO, were taken by these lovely models Late In May the cutler will

:t at the Boat and Fashion Shows last week durinir' the join the Coast Guard training ship

celebration of "Fiesta of Eight Flans" The latest in bo it* Facie: for the annual midshipman

.s. and motors were on display by Herb White'ft Outhotrd training cruise, I

'" Sales, while fashion; for boating;, beach wear sports .Ir< ,

( from Churlene'ti were modeled. Several of Chirfrne's! ni oriel Pvt. R. L, Anderson I //MLZRtEii

) # are pictured, from left, lloerly Dirntll of Washing With 3rd Armored
\ ton !I- Gail McKendree, Laura Sorensen, N hla i

Q c, oo J, ellen and Cert era -Ferreira- Division In Germany i iI ;! 1 -

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a Stork Club lOT', I : ) Army Pvt Kernel I I. I,
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e a" I "r 40a SlItIh liili' SI., are rrenlrlngennt'ralu4tlions
tie and Mrs, Robert Reeves live alUK I II Ir
Lt and Mrs Jack T Mann if on Hi' bath ft a ,
) Cedar St.. was us litncd lo the'Sit
", 'I lividallev.: ? ., .I"I .. ') alIlnrlpllltv0 '
oC' Ft Meade. Mil. announce' the!' n/ n n "tin :! Arnioitd Division in jirm.iny,
36+ birth of a daughter! en June B. Thc I I"m'' 1'1,1,I llmiiilil/ llu May 27Andersen, '
0 < little lady welched 6 Ibs 13 (in. little I IMm Ind: 1\\"I'II'II'd':: (6 His II ",.. an Infiinliyman In :I

0. ey'" and his been named Lisa Anne, Crisp \\a the former SimlaShi Company A cf the dlvlsieni /Hid: I I
'I field, rijiislitir of Mr and
Mrs. Mann l U the daughter nf Mr Signal Battalion near rrankfirt
( OrG and Mrs M, D Dixon of this city MM. shlclt hhoflicld Patrrnnl entered the Army In Jnmuery IN4! '
) and Mrs. J,
t ural'rtlla'nI8 Mr
> Mr and Mrs Dein Bailcv arc are lied received basic training ul Furl
< H Crisp if,f Yule' I
the proud parents of a baby rllu\h.\: backspin, S C' He was list
< b J \\ tcr Deana Lynne, born June 10 -------- -- -- slum; nt t-eirt Gurdnn' Gas: as-I

o .. \\ at Humphreys Mcnvrlul ispltal. CITY Ur:.I'K.iSMtMI'iNej : ; 1 hI' 211-yeRr.0Id soldier altl'lIIlt'd I
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;wyti "*ouf, _X,'"r .lJUlhTe, KniHimina.jir"4n, '!nrlt:1! : ... II1'MI:1-\' !: Jluly 11, 1 1w il< ant tee MOs SOT L Duriien II Durdrn, Ion of of tins Vr. Senior Citizens """1

city. lecelved his Antic Into In Enter J interesting

Shirley Ledford Duncan-Scott Spence-Peeples Science degree lu graduation ex. Float In Parade

Circle Meets At I Engagement Toldr3i Ceremony To Be t ,)d crclM.i al. N, Loulsburg C? on May' .collese.Lnulsbul'lf. 31 He, Much favorable comment ins

Bennett HomeTim Solemnized FridayThe v t also received the I D. Muon Award been received on the float entered\

as me of the two mail \outsl/ nd- In the Fiesta parade last Thuri

Shirley Lrtlli rd Circle met wedding of Mini Wanda Pee tog mrmbcrt of the graduating; / day by the Senior Citizen' Club.

Tuoktlny MI UJO: uclick at (lie Spence, caiihttr! (( ("f Mr ind Mrs, cla&,. In celebration of the opining of

home of Mn J. C Brandt, Jr Sieve Spent. Sr. to I Daniel Wit. the summer vacation season
Named to the Dean List'r
IV ra. K i 11 B":jn.Is gave a that.Iengh'g Ham PCl'p11'l111I be loltmni/cd .
The float, parlor scene
I at Florida Slate Lnl.versltv I a nceu
l divilion in Clnlsllfliiliy Friday, June 19 it eight clock at
are, Miss Katie Mae bier- pled by elderly people sitting at
And (', Ihln". Memorial MilhiKllnt" Church
,11I 1111I11 link. Mri,, Linda Ruth Greene, ease In rocking chairs, was dine"
1 lu' prl/r( ini "To hd, Be the Mr Preplis Is the urn of Mr J PUPILS APPEARING LRICH PIANO It E'ITALleft to rights I Kill Jones Thiede MSI Louise Raiistluit, Miss Carol In white and yellow with black

(1IIII'Y"I as piiKintid hv Mm. W k and Mm, J. I'. Hum: of Vuliceceeedcln 1I1'Patti'/ fare/ Laurie Page, Melody Sparbman, Larry Seller: Tim McKee, L>'nn Si'hue'It. and Robert James Ged. lettering and relieved by tinnier-/

C' Owens' A rtltiCUsKl of the e erreeeirrs.Immediately Forehand Ginger Cook Denise (ook, hhwr Jrhrmm; l'heryl l hnouleu. Debra Da\l. em of yellow' roses and draped white'

varlnm CJllvl'lIlinns followed t / HnwiiiB the cere. Lorraine Meeks Mavis Crapp Dean Janet tarry Mubic, Buy MeKee Donald Ilcafner, aud yellow streamers
Mrs J. II White, Jr. circle mono o reupllin! will be held inParish MIDI Judy !Sheffield who haM:
I The rockers occupied
Hipbme: Sir rick I ind. Barbara Eunice; H'enda Eunice. Cluin Jones Rubles Lee, Joy Just returned home from Andrew were by
busl. Hall. All Winds ind rcla
(chairman presided ivir the Mrs Jennie Sanders. Mri il. S.
HIM imtliiiK. llcpoils wire given I ,Ct lives of the coupli are Invited Stephen Not pictured are Debra Hl.mchard and Hetly (rrppn. Mrs. Thelma Rich College. and Mm Sadie Sheffieldwere Luke Mrs. Sam Svvearlngcn. nosh
It: veiled at the piano In Felkslon Ga. Mondir to
Jt"as mini mid tint the Anon -----
__ __ Hiss Ruth Bryant \l'holore cis
-- attend the funeral of Mr Tom
tint fatal Convcnliin,, would be
Miss Thomas To Wed tomes of the antebellum period' !.
here I nt the First lliplist Churchon Friends of Tommy Jones will Gowcn' complete with hand-made bonnet"

April lth) The Community Mis. Clayton Tippins In be aouuttorlably lad to know that he Is resting Miss Laura Sorensen left Mon. that nude quite an Impression m

lion nkl'IS, fur I the summer k Ceremony FridayThe PERSONALS 1 following an appm.detlomy day morning for Palatka where the spectators, as did the 'lew'ml
mnnlhs were discussed and out' at fit Vlncenti Hospital in the 11'11alll'nd\ the summer ses. "Ole Rockln Chair Done Got Us".

lined Everyone al encouragedto wedding of Mill lice] Tho. Jacksonville on Tuesday evening shun at SI. John River College painted on the sidi of the float II.

read their R yal Service Maga- Mr, and Mn, J, II Duncan announre mns to Mr Clayton Tlpplni, Jr Jonl Jones daughter of Mr and Mr and \Mrs Gary Haddockand Mr and Mrs. Marvin Lee and S. Luke and W, VI Brooks also

tlne the engagement of their will be an event of Friday, June Mrs Charles Jones, Is visiting In Infant ion Mark, of Brewton daughters, Janle and Ronnie of Miss Marcia Townsend Is home occupied chain In the ensemble

Mn W II Sims. Sr was welcomed daughter, Carolyn Gall, to Stan 12. at seven o'clock at the First Lake City with her aunt and family Ala? were !guesti last week of Mr Lake Harbor, spent the weekend from Georgia: Southern College at The float was designed! by II.

Due to lllncsi and being Icy Virgil Scott, ion of Mr and Baptist Church Mr. and Mri Floyd Lohman and Mrs. K C Haddock and family here with Mr. and Mn. James L Statesboro to spend the summer S. Luke, and constructed by tie
out of town the had missed scv. Mn, E, V, Scott, Jr, The bride-elect\ the daughter and daughter, Cindy and other relatives and Mock and family with her parents, \Mr\ and Mrs R. following members of the club

oral! mrctlnR Everyone was so Wedding plant will be announc. 'of Air. and Mrs. W F Thomas I I I, friends. E. Townsend assisted by Mrs B. B Wilson ir
Kind to have her with ui again Mr and Mrs. John Pappai and Mr, and Mri Hugh Sides anddaughter
rd at a later dale, the Woman (Club Mrs J. C
Jr The bridegroom parents are sons of Rock Hill S. C. Mr. and Friends of W K. Robb, Inspec. Suzanne, and \Mrs. Mln- Mrs John Klarer and her dauh.IeI' !! .
A special was stirred Ramsey Mri L. S. Grant. Mis
prayer Mr and Mil Clayton Tippins. Sr Mrs Floyd Lohman and daughter tar for Hotel and Restaurant Com Mil. James Stem and suns.
of Mi.
fur the mlsminiiries in the Pray. tie Bailey, grandmother Ethel! Rulledgo Mrs J. C Me
"The House of Many All friends are Invited to the of Lake City Mr. and mission will be glad to know he Is visIt Luke and John are spending this
cr Calendar and for the 11In\ our ceremony, and the reception to Sides will leave Saturday to Junkln, Mrs! H. S. Luke Mrs !F
Mri W R Barbee and ion of recovering njtlsfattorlly from recent wick In Tallahassee with Dr and
cimmunltv, Lamps" Program For Memphis\! Tennessee vUlli relilives J. Schroeder Mr. and Mn A. L
follow In the Social MM Jesup' Ga, and Mr and Mrs.Frank surgery( and expects to return After several Mis, I, B. Harrison and family.
)Delicious! r'fI'l' hml'lIts were I spending Byeri Mri Jennie Sanders, and
Mamie Mills CircleThe : Burbank; and family of I to Ins duties in about three there will travel to Mrs Harrisen'is also) the da ihtir (( .
m I'vi J! by I the hiUitui ; days they on Miss Ruth Biyant
UDC To Hold Tampa have been recent guests weeks :hitch where Mrs. Bailey of \Mrs Klarer Mrs. Stems
Detroit ,
",",- ,-- _. Mamie Mils Circle of the of their parents, Mr and Mri, W makes her home She has been the will leave this weekend for Rich. The vehicle on which' the flint
Memorial Methodist. Church Year End Meeting I H Mn Ernest Valero left this Va was mounted by furnished by
for few visit
met Burbank 6r The occasion was guest of Mr. and Mri Skies lor mend a days
Monday In the home of Mrs. R B At Brewton Home the celebration cf their fathers morning to attend the Veterans ofFo..llfn I the three months after which she will return to her I John Tlllakos The lettering fir tin

MONEYin2easy Lockwood Mn L 0. Carpenter I I birthday ti well ai five of the Wan Department convention past I home In selchlcm. Germany shoal was designed( and outlinedby

served ai en.hostess. I The Amelia Inland Chapter of : grandchildren Thirty members of'I being: held at Cocoa BeachJune : I i I Capl Doris Anderson spent Sat. Stan McCurdy

Mn W W. Stewart Jr., chair. The United Daughter of the Con the family enjoyed the Sunday 11.14. Mri Valero li a Deparlment urday here with her many friends Mrs D A. Kelly and son John The club meets tonluht at 730: (

man opened the ml'ellngI'Uh fl'dl'ral'y1'11I hold their final Birthday Dinner held at the Bur. Officer In the'l and relatives. Capt. Anderson will R.. returned Friday, June 5. from at the recreation center In lu

steps prayer, and welcomed the seventeen meeting! of the year on Thursday bank home on South Fletcher Ave Ladies Auxiliary, Dept of Florida I be at Fort Stewart Ga? for several Noonan Ga.. where they attended regular/ bimonthly session. All

members present Refresh afternoon at 4,00 o'clock. The da>'i. and on the twenty the graduation of Din Kelly, Jr persons age/ fifty and above an

menu were served by the hoi I meeting I Is to be held In the home'' Mr and Mrs Bill Walker and Little I Susan Lynn Valero granddaughter seventh of this month will leave Buddy will enter West Georgia I I Invited to attend Games and

M lessee of !Mrs C B. Brew tin on Atlantic son Kenneth of Griffin Ca? were !I : of Mr, and Mrs: Ernest !I| for a months vacation In South College. Carrolton Ga, In the Fall. oilier amusements will be the order .
.- -- ....---. guests this week of \Mrs Walker'saunt Amer: He Is the grandson! of Mri Kelly of the day
Mri William Russell presented Ave. Valero returned to her home In I I I ca
Mrs! II C Haddock
fl Dial he Spiritual Life program! entlt. New officers fir the coming Opa Locks on Wednesday In thecompany I I
I ed. "The Home of Many Lamps". year are :to be 1 Installed, Mrs M. D Dixon left today to of Mrs, W. B, Franklin !, Mr and Mn. Percy Bergerlon You might as well fall flat on The Si nth'i pulp and paper Industry .
1| and son Donnle of Fort Laeidi' face lean too far million week
r- as over $20
The Missionary Education your spends a
ournumber given spend two weeks In Ft Meadc who will visit her ;daughter, Mri
by Mn Lockwood, was a letter Rich Students 1 I Md with her son-In-law and daughter Hilda Mae Walker, and family In I dale were the weekend guests of backward'William L Zclgler, fur pulpwood and the wages/ and
Mr T S. Anderson N.Oxford <1'1,1 I Item.
:rom the circle mlsslinary Edna !It and Mrs Jack T Mann Miami salaries paid to 00000 employees

Floy Brown of Kapit, Sarawak i Presented In Piano i and their recently arrived daughter I I I I -
call In ).
(or person It was reported that thirty three : Kp4 James D. Mock and Sp4
._ Recital Sunday !Marvin Cook left by plane Monday
----. -----.-- visit had been made by themembers
I Mrs Hale Sheffield and aim for San Francisco Calif cnrouteto
Wi make Inn fir' entry The meeting was dismissed with Students otIrs.! Thelma Rich, George. motored to Culhbert Ga. Vietnam for a yein. tour They Julanne/ School Of The Dance

bill einiillditin, the circle benediction gave a delightful! Piano Recital last Thursday to park up Miss have been on leave with
chipping, iMdlcil ind death\ Sunday afternoon May 31, 1964 it Judy Sheffield at Andrew College their parent.. Mr. and Mrs JamesL ANNOUNCES SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN
the Municipal Auditorium The I
who returned with them to spend Muck and Mr and Mrs Allen
iipiniii-li fact, Faithful Followers occasion wan highlighted I by Mrs, the summer Cook

fir anything Ml /ftvinrthlni. !\ Class Meets With Dorothy Boot t. ALCM playing I II Wednesday June 17
ll{ | the National Anthem ,

\W7: Mrs Armstronq A large basket at blue and pink '

-- ._------_. I hydrangeas!! looked very gracious I' In New Air-Conditioned StudioFOR
The Faithful Followers Sunday
with the piano courtesy of Rey. TheGarden
Tell us School Clans of the Five Points nolds Piano Co of Jacksonville I II

Baptist Church held Its monthly Student were presented by Mr I I
how business meeting at the home of Ray Rich and congratulated on II &
Mri Jim Armstrong on June 9. I Basket :
fine performance, being the first BEGINNERS INTERMEDIATES
much A devotion taken from the fourth .recital for the majority Little

chapter of Lphcsians wai rend by Miss Joy Stephens 5, of Fernan. BY JANE SCCFIELD ADVANCE BALLET TOE DANCE TAP

you need Mn Armstrong A class discus Una Heath and Miss Patti Pige .t

lion followed with prayer by Mrs 7. ofuleo delighted I CECCHETTI ( Italian ) METHOD OF CLASSICAL
I everyonewith A fairly new resident of Fernan. maximum amount of water The BALLET -
Franklin Townsend
\=iiLL-D their youlhfil talent. dlna Beach called to ask about stem ends of cuttlngi should not
THE HIST! Mrs .clyde llieknx. president., I i Awards and past sere presented: several plants this week asd.iw4Me. \ be put in water before rooting 11I I Graded
presided dining the business ACSslon I I System
to the students by Mrs Rleh Cer course of the conversation bioWtUrf I though .It fi quite Important that --
The and treisur.
LOANS UP TO SSM secretory [ tiflcalps, Pins and statutes were up the subject of what she called the leavei do not wilt. To keep the
era report read and the II
presented to winners of the Piano I "The Texas Candle," noting that I fresh In
class project was discussed Plans cuttings wrap lightly SPECIAL ADULT MODERN BALLET CLASS .
Guild Audition held In ,
G.A.C'FINANcE- I she woe surprised that she' had moist cloth, piper or moss There
were alto made to have kwnvllle .
May 9 13
nut seen them In Fernaudlna Is a substance in the item that as' FOR ENROLLMENT PHONE 261-4287 OR 261.4180
and I vlsltnliin list was' farmed' The refreshment table made a I Bench We soon realized thus! she I soon ai the stem Is cut acts to I JULANNE OWENS Teacher MRS. GUY DUDLEY Planet
Mri James Nunei dismissed ,
I linking effect! with a renter piece
i \ was referring to the Cassia which proect the item from disease and
with prayer. uf fern and colorful' diylllics I placed bean yellow! spiked flowers In the provide a scab over the cut When
Refreshments strved to the F
were I
around the beautiful crystal
fall which spikes cover the bush stem ends are soaked In water
SOS Atlantic Annul following, numbers present: Mrs
punch bowl. Resting around the I
In such erect fashion that whileIn I this substance li washed away,
firnindlni Bitch FlirlllTtlephtnt Armrest Fnnis Mrs Clyde Hie. lace cloth
table were little gold
bud they resemble candles and It Is beneficial to successful rootIng
261-3881XLIO kox Mri rranklln Tuwn I'lId.Jr.! ..
inimical .
sites were ,
squares thus give the plant the name of"Candle.Buh" to have this scab. and at least ;
nvi omciriiTfcciiiwviui' Jones. Mrs, Parker
Bobby Roy
dienralid with a little treble clef
The selcnlillc I half hour should after It
a elapse
Mri James Nuncr, and Mri Jim I mid served with delicious
punch name Is Cassia Aloha and ol Is cut before the cutting Is placedIn !
Armstrong, and mints Mrs! David Junes.
by course It holonus to the time the rooting medium In order i I
L F. Mri. I -
Mri Sillers LeRoyMcKee
!group of plants as the more fam. I for the scab to form. \
and Miss itclle Rich.
iliac Cassia bicapsuliiris the num
Gardeners who root cuttings
Vilacnlwe, Mr. Carl Ricb and I her of the Cassia KIIIUS which ;
LADIES.I Tired of Cooking? nearly always have a rooting
Mr David llowirdMri withstands the cold of North; Florida medium which to WEC
seems give moresuccess
Rich received a beautiful to tic extent that though( killed
DELICIOUS; FOOD BOXED TO GO! orchid cirsaKo and gift from her I bark at times new shews In spring of than mediums others which There are be evariety ,

Pupils: I,nrry Stlleri Tim McKee. tat! enough to blumi can I O IINAtE
put on
While You Shop At Bout h'M Market\ used The Important thing Is tint
Jiy Stephens Thclde Bill 1)111 In the fall Casnli, alma or C'jn I
7 Mo Dogs $1 '/i Fried Chicken $1.25 Junes' Ginger Cock Denise C< kDiphno die.Bush IN one of the less hardy of it must air and supply moisture a good In relationship order! for

Slritklaiid lynn Fire Cassias. but It KIOWS MO I rapidly the cutting to form roots One I' DAD
7 Hamburgers $1 ( Family Size $2.00)) bund. Patti Pane Betty CnppsIX Ihnt seed planted In early sprung could nit use fine sand because

Shrimp $1.25 'bra Juin Blanchard Slurry will produce a tall shrub and .thCTc ws"W l ,,b yaJpfkoLHIc? 4ilg4
I Jilunum.' Chetyl I Kniwlts Laurie -
: bloom the same jrtar! If tr *med | could not edam sand alone
i Bar-B-Que Ribs C*l1ckecP$1.25 I Page, Halm': Jones Barbara .:u.I by, ,cold\ wealher and each year I because It use doosn hold water
or ?? I' nick, Pi'an Jones. Bienda tunick, seed must be main stun Nurseries Vermlcullle alone Is apt to become M
Melody Sparkman Larry Music, usually have for sale bidding
and it should
QUICK SERVICEPhone water logged never
261-5965 Donald Ileiilner, Robin Lee Mania
plants In the fall and perhaps soil 1 1younger be used twice Pel'lite alone does I
(rappi. Ruv \MiKie. Lorraine ti" y ar
I plants earlier In the si'a. I I '
well Peat \
huld too
water is
709 South Eighth Street not i L'b"
flecks and IHhra I Davie are slu.I son The seed lire often advertisedfor f I 1
aline It to take
I dente of Mrs J. C. Hvrd. not good seems
sale In the 'Iua'ida Mat kit
.. I a mixture to get a successful" root
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--..--- Bulletin. Ing medium Coarse sand to allow

Cassia fllnta Is a hnndsemeplant air to circulate mlxl'd11th peat

FOR EVERY GIFT OCCASION even when not In bloom. It to hold water might be used, or
has masses of pinnate leaves I''' perhaps fine sand and perlltc AI'

half fool long which seem to grow the University a mixture if pirlite 'i .Father's
: :: :; :
In layers, Its spikis of 'IUMII'I'I'd I and peat Is used In fifty_fifty
blossom over the tip pin'lion of' propnl'tion. I

the plant Rent bloom Is obl.iimd Very often cuttings rot because'' "lr

when plane ure grown In the slln'' they are put In a rooting medium ,

GIFT-QUALITY WATCH and well watered It thilvts In'I'I that has not been sterilized "so" '

poor soil with valued cuttings it Is worth [ Day ,

In some sections of the world' the trouble to sterilize with a com

a where it grows various parts. it,,t I mcrclil produc or to wet the ma. Sunday
the plant hove been used In the'I terlal and place In a 180 degree! ,

e.u.r eedenNwilA treatment of skin hlill oven for an hour y4. f
puAy dr Inabrrod. c I has earned 1 for this Cassia the rooting June 21st '
i : :: I' Actually process ,
IYeieaA Aral Ir pwda ArAMllb' Ad., a ,y ., I minus such at "Ruuv\oim' progresses fosll'rI h..n cutting! ,
cosh alanlm, Nol. ''I'Ir Cassia and "Cure-All'. In full sunlight but It II
are placed !
aArA pare n tL '
1' Aga 'Ii
ro 1 : N '. The new spring !growth of vhruls Impossible to do that unless one

., i Is harduiing enough now' to luke Is rooting many cuttinas and has Dad not be running for President but
r Budget p JI I tip or soft.wood cultiiiks, so we the equipment for a misting system '' may you

have referred to our notes liken' For most of us It Is better
: I Terms y 0 ar ,! a at a University: if Florida work.:' I' to keep thiro In high shade or can still let him know on Father's Day that

shop and bring you a few reminders filtered sunlight where they can

: R.f ittl M 1] OQ 1t,4'b on the rooting of cuttings more easily be kept moist for he's Number One candidate

.. fill I. :p,UlfMM::: : : Cuttings( should be six to eight( I I they must not dry out Grandmother your for all the

r.niiBi.. anenepN9.11 winks oldI olld. Four to six In. 'i glasi Jar was to prevent
,b",t nliu mi ilttl nir. cm nIU >., r e dies Is sufficient length for rut '' Ihe evaporation\ of moisture while best things in life and what better

bs.s tinR.I! hlrh are' inserted In (Ihe') providing light The modern method way t

I mil about an Inch or an Inch and I Ia of placing a plastic bag or ,
I half. leave all the leaves pus. covering over the rooting ron.lallll'r than with a gift from t

: Bulova ( I Bible on It. for the little twig has serves the tame purpose
our eomptal salsctlon from $24,73
r DADDY DAY! no other menus if sustenance un. | If there la too much condensationInside
til roots form For most material' ( the covering remove for I''

It li ulllmlKlI'tontl'hl'thl'r the cutIs short time, then replace A. S.
mode at a aisle or not It Is bit. i i iUr When cuttings have formed adequate 1
knlft than .
; la use a sharp clip. roots ,they are carefully
: pen, which have a tendency to with !
planted jn pole filed a mix.
crush the 1: stem ends. I lure of one third peat and two Good Store for the Rich The Best Store for the Poor

Atlantic Avenue ..__ The best time to take cuttings thirds sandy loam soil until well : CHOOSE FROM OUR NAME BRANDS IN MEN'S WEAR
Is very early In the morning. for established and can be planted in I

that It when the itwni hav' tins toe ope*.




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The Homemaker r .; ,, iU j A Florida Cracker In Europe \I

"Woulll1111) like to have ten In lute .II'ar"11.1 K liner Wllhelm ly bedroom wllh a small. b. ) .. -. ...
a castle" Would we Indeed', Tin' I II i n \/" h ,I I" II among her Ix'camo Hiiilclcnlv deaf when asked
response 00 as a denfenlnu 'Ye- ii. i I \10'1' i \V" il, \Val' I it wnsi : HIP role ch.irucd: for uRulurnmR '
'f'P{Jf r"tiI
Mrs. Mary N. Harrison < und mi oar even IIhkl'dI both! inn 'H $ When' I the Brent day arrivedtwcnlv Ii -1, l III IIIII\I: !in ivril into ain mica' Again the vuno 111,10 pansril

: Home PemnnHtratinn: Agent :!: ::. nt toe. wives of the olllcef 101011'1'i In, i 1-"i' mi the '(loiinilNllu In front of A dnoi 0 ulnch he will
In ihe Complrcller, hop, (IronIhrouuh ,' I Snm' trpuelnnrd| ) UH, IIM'IIPlI,( IlllO Ills IllilllllWpnviilp
r (he Tniimm Mouiil.ilns i-" IVI, IllHI, t'a'I II,' li'l ;all ,,llllci-IS ,'hlllllh('" !Nob> ants did oar

--.".....-. ,1- 44 the lltlle 'town of Kroiibcm There ,'lull Hlrr" World, II .mil, II Hiiiilv, luck HIP ki'v lo tin, door! In
\\' found our cnstlo sitting m.i- s is ii'i.l Stir' "pin"'pi' Muntil said hi' loud never "IK>"CII nisldii. n
DON'T LET WADtXG POOL d'"IIIIII11th' powder, will hrlp| iestlcnllv behind n frame, of liivs I'lil uliin il was rc'iiiiii-il. I.. I too'10100r' evon when llm llThucss! win inix'
STAGNATE:< : A plastic wndmn h"ih buhv and mother through thi m The view' in cverv dli'eirtion w.isbrealh'iikiim I luce( nivilii! it W.IK found 1 ilcni'p, In the silime Inllowliu' '
pool needs a thorough scrub even "duK days, On a hot dnv', chianti: the limeiinu I'VI'rllr'IIM 'lo be loot cxDcnslvc I for' .1 pi'lv 'Ii'r"loot Hut. Hljilcini'iit. n volip li.m. ihi

work In prevent Ihn water from his bull' time Irons morning 10 ol forest on one Rich' r'' -o 'lhl illlilV I, cnlUi'lli'dI rotor ol Hie) tfiviim said, SCIIFC

becoming, slasnnnl nnd unsifo fur just belore his evenini! meal) I 10 and n ,\II'C'IIlI1allkllll',1, : I'CUII'.I'nil < I 'nitii' d Itivirv' hi.lrl,, and i I, IVI.MII.nil inn for IwlllilI dcmocrnllinier' ,
the children who use It. First, put an nine, on his appetite. If It'i r till the other.Aliliuuch I iiiliiin siiilcs tour Ih..II'. 111\11' loan hill whit In I Ihs) hli'lmc" nilk'11

turn the pod biillomi up to drain,, his second both of the Ihy. all the ihis ensile Is Wry new "toe leased, II In .to.. cxiiri o'Icnci-il lal"inllholll '" Flic voiin

then swish up a pail of hot 1 sn.ip heller. Inslend' nf selling up tlu In cnmiMiisiin I lo boost nf lh" linli The convi'isluu broiiehl man lonkeil n Illllp shoiked thin
or detergent such mid, use U tobrushscrub usual hat h-lime paraphernalia' for aiiHweicd, "J>rllll'p Wnlfnaiid,
found In 'tills nren, II Is bolh IKMII I -nc motor \p.uHem: "" the liiHl.illn- von
slimy film from the this pre.dlnner dip use the tam Ii fill and cxcltlntf lion if. hilhionms: This pri blenttii << llesscn", Attain Iho volio! Irom llurear

Inildo walls with special attention llv bathtub after spreading I< We weie greeted, hv a uniformedImirmnn 0111VC'11'n.1. tul.'iv: enrh room "Yenh"
to crevices where land and rubber mat or bath towel! on llu because our suite his n prlviln both Sumo visited Iho .
( <0 a Rood thins ton ( We prln l" personal
grit collect beneath the Inflalcd bottom to keep baby anchored.A 1.1 the ,door woo at h'aHII'I'lvl' I are In rather ml.l, slnped riorn. library next and I I. for one, could

rim. Hose.rlnse and refill the pool clean baby Is more comfortable feet hlllh And hnlf that wide wool I no was firmeilv n vault hot" nil have spent i week rlsh! there, The

wllh clean water. Come autumn 10 frequent changes to clean lurned us over to the footman ire 1I11111e'rnl'lth ilcfiant f.xluirs; watts were covered fmm floor to
prepare the pool for storage by clothing and bed linens arc especially wall Inn In the nimble foyer. The I and tile1 boils, relllnfl with glom enclosed honk

giving It a final scrub and rinse, Important In hot weather, foolrmm( look our coats, deposited I Our guide, led ns down dark shelvp containing beautifully
letting It dry and sprinkling tal. Loose lilting absorbent clothe) them In the checkroom then directed corridors 11111'11l'lIh f.imllv PIT- bound hooks In German, French
cum powder over the surface to make a baby or toddler feel 1'01111'nnd LASSr.TMlE!:; MOTOR COMPANY bus been awarded a hincKome: plaque: | hy the Ford us up a niuhl of marble I balls antique tables chests, etc and Enxllrh. Amonn! them was antilcheil

prevent the folds from stleklna help ward off heat rash Ito :Motor' fompiny: I as the agency in I'enundinu Ueiuh for Ford automobiles for fiftyenrs. step' lo n hime ilrnwlnu-rimm' 'M i IIP suite occupied 'bv former h'olhrr.hnllll,1, net 000'

ILIII'Ihl'rlhl'n It Is packed auny really no trouble because he >' Jack Ohrlnger. (center )District j "lrl4anllJer.\ \ made the toward tn (l left In We were paused from one fool- \in- ricu'dcnl', 'iml, Mrs, :Nixon onihcir J.intPK Fcnlmore C'onprr, n set 01

clothes ore quickly laundered by right ) Charles J.a41ool'rrl'! v'ice-presidenl, Sla:,..n Louise l.usnerre, wecrelary, Ohrlniter, man In another until we finally recent Irln /In Iciminy( II"ni.ilurd Dlikenn mid one of Thnikeray
COOL TIP FROM THE TROPICS machine and usually require noIrpninp treasurer. reached, the dlnlim-room where' I' a ilMlnu-rcom thai IIvrr.I Mnnv of HIP bonks were on Helen-
: Inhabitants of hut clim.ilps Make It a K'xid' habit to Gene Lasserre! president and l'urtfv I l.nvserre" it it it sailors scoring allow-l.nled' li'i'kril' HIP golf, course, n bcHroiim.iluMil1 Idle siihlpcls\ iinrtiiulnrlv hlnloftv
keep cool bv adding one layer of mils little garments soon after emits senlc-d UH. We plated our I 1'ct'1\I' toad Imlh. Amitherinir /and botany This library Is net

clolhlns atop' aniihcr, to keep baby sheds them inslend of letting ,niters" for enffii. lei or chncolale'" .,, ,,, \\aa sluiim, IVHMII. l.ii'Inui mcnlv for honks' nil of Ihp t bonks

hral mil! So remember It'i\ moat the hunch pile up Local ford Cited For 50 Years Service )I Ii then were faced wllh the nlmosl 1 011 i .' Imcsl" liiiki'd I Dip IrcKslilKro showed siuns of liavinu been refill,,

to wear nt least two layers!: underwear 1 Agency Impossible task of ihooslna n I < ni and, had. n tong narrow bath. and rereadHctuinlna,

Outerwear the Inside lay. COOL TIPS FOR HOT DAYS: piece of lake from a curl Inudcd/ Mnlh' 'of them rent 2W( () minks In' the vast t driwlna-/
cr Insulates against outside heal After laundering baby'i plastic i From "tin llf/lc" to "faRtb11 k" and sold his first' "tin llczle' When C. W Lasserre died In down' with an endless variety olnoodles. I Skit:'I ;per day.;: :I'r WP mw nHiird I'lli'm.II' llncercd/ Illllo while

and absoibs perspiration. pants stuff a small hand towel mlRht be the saga That has brouRht which( lIon display al the Las. ISIS Mrs Lnsserrc, the former / I hnd dccldi-d In advance suite In Ihe same price( router to look' nt some of. HIP family

Lightweight cotton knit lingerie Inside to dry them quickly and to a local automotive agency an l I wrre showroom this week' on loan Fl'I'danUI'I.: became one of the Ih'H I would<1 have boeol.ite cake '"ni"> of HIP wnmin asked' If they treasures on display fhen we
cool flood tomfort.iblc from sticking nf iiiilnicrrup-:: from Dr. George Barker nf SI lew women Ford dealers and op. and dimmved lo s. Is especially the material \I'I was ,
next In the skin because of Its nh.sorhency J IK prevent' Itself Sift t little powder In. led r rvlel'. Mary's Ca.i he probably) little' cnilcd I the business until HIM when dllfennl kinds. I linallv Insert myI'YI'I :loohpil:::: ,p.nncil:;::::::; 1 Loot led: us: down I : :; told the Kiildi'. all the foot, ,

Hide when the pants are. diy and The enviable record lins been dreamed that slock. fist t chrome. her ilnldien assumed the man- anil, pointed. Later I the vMilt- niollii'i,, Contour lo the far cud' of men mid the doorman 'Auf Wlcd-'
In hot weather, It Is of. I they will feel smoother and cooler I set by LasRerre Mill III' Company plated and alr-condllloncd aulo. HKcnii'iil of the coiporallon. e'rs weie instructed to iilfer Ihrstko' the 111111.1111",11"1'1'" we IIIIII' lose eisclipn",

ten fouler ID' wear lonpcr! leg] pun- to his skin. : and receIving Ihe award jointly I mobile would be on Ihe liluhwnvi' When asked about (their KIICCCHHIn nif.iln nnd we' hUll the opportunity --- -
The tunic -- -
ties linn hi Ids. porous I IRl'rVl'a Into the were the four members of the second III Hie iiinnlity they arc lod.iy. the automotive field the Liisnerres nl' hosting our second" ,, iholreC'uHlIc I
to absorb pcrsplrnllni' alldprl'vl'lIl Tuck a cake of soap .
iiiluln.illv TIIR': no\nn OF ptnu.ic iv.STUt'CTION
I here, Coming here" InK18\! from Jack "I'unlll'rilIllS
Hie Inner t'lliihs:, from chest (,( dral''n1111'1'1' Hide garments I/isserre pencralloii of Lasscm modestly, look little rredll and Fredi-rld'" I RESOLUTIONI OF \SSAU' COIN.TY : .
Jack Obrineer. DifcliUt Sulei wmvlllc the founder argon' hv HIP F.mprpss
rubbing each oilier thus are kept. It ppimcnles wnd ratlier hat what success they
I II InIII'1' nf her husbmdKnlncr :
r'dll.I' that Manager for the Kord Motor, Com- Motor Co was employed In iflflH/ In memoiv '
ing the causes of pulnful ( \. with a nice, clean fragrance 1 pony was here to present a handsome busy) railroad yards a* a michin. had achieved was throuKh the Krcdorlck, III, The holding I HFS01UTION EXPRESSING That the hlRhest commendation
enjoy. I I
It KOCS without Riiylng that all lingerie baby1'111 plaque to Louise Charles, Isl. When the yards were moved fine p.ilronaiin they had enjoyed 1MI/ I'nlllhln'llIlIn of Tudor' Itnlllln1I1'III1IH'IIIIII'e TIIKniriR: (; FOB TIIKSI Is hereby rcndcid In Jnhn] T
should be changed at least For bnbv'i summertime com- I Gene and Curtis Lasserre for he opened a bicycle shop In I'lin'! Irom their customers and a plea*. and mill Century -:IIVH! FS: IIFADFnni: BY ..1OIINFISFH Wclsner for his loyal honesl,
once a day then laumlcicd In soup 'Port, drape a clean terryclolh Hulcks mid Cul- ant asuoclallon with the 1'l'lldl1nlsof hut loi-U lovely faithful nisi devoted services tn
a half century as a Ford flKency, and sold bicycles, Otis soiiniU mosey T, \\ : : SlTKni\'TKNHE\r
or detergent suds promptly, by I lowd over his high: hair to I When Cli.irles: William Lasserre Illui-s iinlll May \HIM! when theFord Fcrnundlna Bunch Noithcnht The ('lIIprIAI'll'! Hil'lsh': nnd Or lar.iir INSIIIICTION DK the s('hool system' of :Nnisau' C'<"i -

hand or ichlno.: absorb perspiration and protect took on the Ford agency In l'JI4' frnnclilHC waR obtained. Florida and Soulhoum GeurKia. her KrnndMin. I'llnce WnlfHnnilum Till': 110( MII OF Pl'BI.IC 1M.SIIIU'IION : ty Florldn. to HIP County' of !"ns.
i Ills bare buck and lens Irnm slick. --- --- -- -- llesscn, I blur castle's present ; \ OF N\SS\U COl'N-': sun and In The Board of PuW(!
HELP: mnY BEAT TIIH III :\T:: log lo the hair. 1-------- modicul men Hpeiikes prrfcel English: slxn'IIn : : Instruction' nf' Nassau County
of bolls Just about everybody Is be Irannforred t to oilier'. parts nl health are sung by owner TV MIIIHF"U)
Even Hie best \tempered:; baby: tom: I Babv's bottle, nipple, and rap 1 of: the the medical the body or to other mcnilmnof NolhlnR ciMiltl' bo more rensmir- The |iilme''. mother reli'ned! over : \ 1l'o'rl'llI'ol'SI.Y' I.AST Florldn, and. that deep reurets" are
find: cause for' complaint in hot should be rinsed with cool water aware has respect for the dread slaphyhieoicl Hie ;Innilly.S I; Inn, of course, slucc soap I Is me Ihe raKlle Just (prior lo World War I1ST I hereby expressed<< ul his termination .
weather so he has a right: to expert then washed with hoi snap or doIci'Kcnt profession cnlerliilnltm( HIP creamt of office.
I.I lavishly
household alwayeOSoC
I Ihe ol :I
bacteria. lU-sulliim Infections one attain prni .oIl1un| ovary \Miiiti\s.': : JOHN T, \vnis\nn: ;
Cairn little attentions Hut can sii have proved estremolydifficult RII'II| as a guardian,, PIIUP shall, have HIM veil, Sixteen" 'iltlijuiis I'
change: A sicky, iinconilDitnblcwnild I : feeding Milk mum quickly' .
every -- nesolullon he made' a mailer ofrccnrd
lo with. So It In welcome nl HIP "cxplniilon of his ('III'
Into a nicer III nee, In hot weather, and le'iu't a rest- cone -
news Indeed when an emin- I nut trim nf olllic" ns Knpprln- In (he proceedlimt of this
Like adults babies need extra due which Is diirlcuU ID remove I the
cat surgeon says that Just soup tciidciil, of I'ulilic InHlruillon of Board by recording lame upon
baths In I hot' weather.I A quick a separate page of the Miniito
1 I and water arc Hie most effective Ilip linaid of Public bust r000iion
with water, fol-I SUDS TIIWAI1T "STAPII": Sur.giMin .
sponging I sudsy weapons aaalnst slnph. Ur l !Sumner nl' N.ISK.III' Ciiiiinv.. Florldn" ilnrlnxvililch Book oaI testimonial of his record
lucid liv a li'llp Ionian' out, a light snys soup combats epidemic wine and faithful .
Rchoolsvstcm as a servant
--- -. I.. Koih, of Chieauu. reins pi'iiml if HIIIP I Hie
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specifically to ihitklnil the spiead of N.ISHMII County, has of thu puoplu of :Nasiiau' Conn.

of bolls and caibuncles that can I J shottii HIP Ki'c.itcsl progress' In Us Iv, .'Icu'lcltl.lnll tint" a copy of

run riot In a family. hlsloiv, '111,1WIIJoU.S., I this Itcwihillon he presented tn the
Mild John T Wclsner evidence
stnpblnroc I : : Inhas ably nervedIn as
The surRoon snys WII'IDF'Q
J of, this llnnrd'i high esteem with
bin iipiullv" as Superintendent
Mere undoubtedly\ the Rihliial Ihu piuper signatures of the members .
'if I'ulilic luvliiicllon dinlim whlihpi
You Can't Start "SHInn"lhll'h "smote! .loot, \l'lth' ol tills Board and HIP soul of
'i'inl! o[ 11 n ic our school Ktslom
I sore boils from the( mile of Ills and IIIIIIHV lum wen" and 1 (Ivlt) Imlhlilslotlp this llouid duly ulllxcil therein,
and, ulwi, thai' of tills lie-
his ," He mlds that trod dllllciilt' times and i i : a ei'pv I
fool iinln\ rrnwn : ;
I : : : : solution' hp sent.. In Iho,; pi ess.
"no sooner, do hardworking sdcn- HIP consfmil, sliviln of fin.1111, Inlpinhli'ins I "
I lists discover' a new unlibinlie lo unilUIIKItrAS. AIHIP'IKI: Tin Juno ]ID, I'llI.!

destroy him limn this Inijciiloiw : : his service have cnnHii.lintlv tMh1Al.lFrank:
} devil shills a lew moli-eiilcs In : tASDI E AND 'BOBBERY born clinracleil/ed by I F.. Walls, Jr.. Clialrnnn
J, W lllKUliiholhiim Board Mem.
help" prolcd himself from the I new Miiind III'vl"I'111.1' / Jniliimcnl( /nnd ,
assault." However, In UP. ,, Koch's t'i "HI'I"l1l1uIII. self-siii'illlilni and bprriinrlps
there Is need to burn I Ii I B .June Bnnnl Member
npinion no iinpiojiiiliiiil, uillon mid
i HIP' house dawn to /get;: rid of :Ihohlnph :: I THE: MALICIOUS WOODS BURNSR WIIKIIDAK;/ ": our sclimil, syslcm I Walls Inc J, Murray lli.iid: Meiu-
scourge He I ndvm-ales, ( mill our coiinly nl larMP, throiiuh
IlInp.1 lliilMTt N V.-mMiit. llomd Mem-
simplest possible treatment:: his lernilnalloii ,.f oil ice, has lout : -

i water and udlieslvc tape. I II ALAS UK.! BURNT' Ihe.. solo lies nl' a loyal, hnncsl and her

I In an edilorhl printed by the I iililn, iiilvlwir toad piiblle servant, I'
Anything Yesterday I Journal nl the Amerlem CollpKOif I P NOW, IIIFHKFOnF: / :, UK: IT I I CITY! HK-HKIISTHATION: :
Siirncons, he clot lures I that when UNANIMOUSLY: IIF.SOI.VED: : HY :NOW IV I'KIH.KKHH:

bulls are prevalent In a family,
If you havo been puting off opening a savings end number must keep Ills fin-

account, you aro short changing' yourself RO']. per nulls cut shoil and must snub
i Ins finger lips, with' HnHp.11111'1', far
ular deposits evon small ones add up .e
I nnd a brush every evenliM lit\ hod- ,

fast Earned interest grows as your balance time, l.xislnm: Imils\ should ho Now
washed' gently wiih waim wi-ip.
You can't ctcirt saving yesterday but
grows suds, mid then n homing1" and a

you can t;day !'! Open ycur account: r.ow1! 1 Mill of toue.inch adhesive/ MIC
should, be kiiil over the boll whinHie FASTER SERVICE AND
I skin has dried. InKmli' ivlyimmuitl I

\ Mint, HIP** Bfccmliou .......... .. I II
, ; I should.. be laid over the h.,11.111'11. II I

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I ''j J'ae, SI:< 'fewLeader, Fernandma fleach, Florida Thursday) June 11, 1964
,- ----- -- -- ---- ----- --- -- t N.E. Baptist Assn. announcement or speech that Impressed Fernandina Beach

Nassau Farm Bureau | Training Union I Too Late To Classify/ fewer me anymore cavities'than or "34'Mrs percent Weather

Meets Night [ Meeting June 16A don f dldn know she was on cam.
.. I Friday BY RUSSELL KAY I .." U S. Approved Wtulher 8tllllo"
: ,. '..JJ4", I ( Boulh Tin At Lime btrecl
Should Know meeting/ of the Norlhe' ixt H 101'. election night Is always a
\ Fads" Furyono : Thin
1 V know it's nice to be able Mm
,4 HI I II I They' will stage a !good' old west R.m
= c ? ; : About Emergency' Preparedness' Ida Baptist AssocUtien Training I to ill back and enjoy your favor. I era gun fight between followers grand and glorious headache. Thursday, June 4 84 1 62 ''I
.. : l < I will be the theme of the Farm Union will be held June 16 at 8 lie radio and television prol/ramll I of Johnson and Goldwater, or cm :I Maybe some folks enjoy hearing I Friday, June S 83 72 ,
14 Bureau meeting to be held at tin pm, at the Blarkrock Baptist without having him( all cluttered' ploy Marshal' Dillon ai a bodyguard an over worked announcer keep Saturday, June 6 83 jJ| i I'',
Hlllurd; MiKonic hull/ Friday Church: up with appeals from ambitious' for the candidate for Derm Rtammcrlnu over and over that I Sunday, June 7 87 70 I""
night, June 12. This Is a qiinilcrly mans meetIng politicians, cralic Committeeman, I has so many votes and I Monday, June 8 87 fu
F, S. Holmes, Rural Civil I>e. for the Training Union B. C. I whoop had a slight lead, and then Tuesday, June 9 91 7(1(
Now I'm nit DKiiinsl politicians, If Hazel made '
I her mind slit
Lewis, Director, announced this up himself for hour after hour,
tense ordlnutor, from the Ag repeat Wednesday, June 10 95 72 n
realize that they are a ntccs- was going to sell her boy friendas
ricullurul Extension Service \will week If they would just give you totals Toe. weather t In furnished rnurtr,
nary evil and more often than not a candidate for governor she* LDM.(. Nnlnn P.uner.rlv. Ohiwrv.frinrld
I Rev Orin W. Stiles will be the every half hour and cut out the .
show and monHtralc some of the ,..
I'm downright\ sorry for the poor would set all his opponents on I '* Puhl'c 1ftllll tn
speaker gab and gusto wouldn't t It be just
latest developments In Rural tincrgency
clucks: particularly those who lose their ear and wind up by electing
as effective without Interfering
Preparedness but It seems to me we ought to him with a landslide
Supper meeting stunts at 7,00 Waas Is Renamed find a better method of sdtcUng/ '' In book there la I \with your favorite program even
my nothing
I p,m.. program at 8,Oil p,m, To Housing our officials' than we have at more boring than to sec some poor the l lousy ones j i .e
i Farm Bureau members and I Ii present I owl silting behind a desk glaring Maybe if I owned a radio or

friends arc all Invited to attendfumes i C, II, Waas, Jr" was renamed Television commercials are bad under too lights and trying 10'' tele'vision station I might feel' dlf. I

I ._ In another term as Lommlssic ner I I enough bit piilllltal' announce- I convince a more or lens ncn-tx ferenlly about It., but If I did, I

he on the Mousing/ Authority of Fer. '' mini and spieclcs arc worse. ;I Isling audience that he Is aod'l'' think I would try to figure out a
may dangerous: Keep namllna Beach at the We have (corned from watching '
children and! pets away from where regular' chosen to be their savler No matter way lo give my political patrons'
quarterly meeting Monday at Sea. commercials I that nobody In his '
I you are mixing or using pesticides, side Inn.Other right mind believes a cockeyed what the guys says his paid a bellcr break even If I had to let'

Don t smoke. while mixing or applying I members of the Author word they say, they couldn t and I staff and a few followers III sit my hair down and tell 'em to go

pe si tll'ldll. Pesticides on your tty are II. S Luke, chairman, Ray retain their sanity but the poll- I and clap like trained seals \while find another rat hole for their I I KEEP O1
hands can be carried t III your mouth I
I by cigarettes Also, some pesllcldcs Caldwell, vice chairman, A, B, I' kcal Htiitttrmg. hemming and : the rest of the customers are out campaign funds, or come up with FROM BETWEEN
haulng U dewnrlght pathetic
Maxwell and J. E, Wcatherford, I J JI In the kitchen
arc flammable. Wash hands raiding the Ice box a new type of program that folks
John Barnes Is executive director' I A pour, dumb owl, who handles PARKED CARSFLORIDA
thoroughly alter mixing or I have yet to hear
spray. himself fairly well on the slump a political would' listen to and believe,
tag If you get some on your cloth. ---- -- -- --
CARD OF THINKS or at a reception. just naturally!;
PRIDE> the "))hle who ei. change st once and wash cloth. I
W Tin; 11 LET Queen, won falls apart when you put him In WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
first place and f 100 prize money I last Sunday In the ci thoroughly bel ore wearing them Our luarlfclt (hunks to all \who front of a mien phone or a camera .
Shrimp Boat Hue, fiat! mr held here and a highlightf again Dust t spray on a windy day extended comforting symp: thy And I lire pllifil part of It isthey
The pesticide may drift to other and help In our Incest For IIII' the Mow YOUR FLORIDA/ FiSHES
theeek'I! celebration, "I1 testa of Eight Flags/ areas and get Into the air you sorrow I pay plenty privilegeof ?
-- the beaiilllnl service( lloiul oilerInfes making/ a Id of talks mud be.
breathe If there Is danger of and other kindnesses, we aredeeply cause they wire gyppoel out of i
haling,! dust or fine t pray, wear grateful, .010L -1 JSEvu aNDf LARGE MOUTN
. For The Homemaker mask.We, I I goad program that tiny had count
In'j (signedi I Ding Decker, cd on listening In Who, I ask
arc Indeed fortunate to Xiv, Ray and Tammy ORciirko, would minor hear a candidate A
From ,lIllIe five) i I ways be kept quite cold and for a such eIcelive pesticides than "lla/el" fir This Was (the
shun period 01 time The small It li up to us to use them coirvctly Whistler In Indeed one if the Week That Was''T
b... on hand I II :: I'I ;;:; rfr
pieces and the salad dressing birth : and carefully greatest masters of painting In'my Some day somebody( will come '

._ I'OOD I'OISOMM.: '' ; : Oe Ing on apteilcT I are eahlly contaminated, Contrary I fl -I|I opinion, And I may add Hint up with a pililltul program that
t How ulii ul your loud ? to common belief, lunch meats spoil WAYS TO BEAT Till1: Iff:AT: In this oplnicn Mr Whistler himself )I I will have enough pep, punch and '+ SPOTTED BASS
]Many families have un lie chest, rather easily. It la safer to carry i Looking' for ways lo beat the heal ? entirely concurs, go.get"tm to held an I e'l1)RIVIN6' A MODERATE 1 JAW DE1
a roast. thin slice It nod! make do I SIZE BASS :
Here things N Nor EXTEND
MIll carry p i'nil' liini In's p'u'keel on arc some you can I A
tn That IN he( sale-si way In uu on Kiind illicit Irish Chaises are safe around the 'house to make It more WEIGHT UP r.;_ 1JE'r''NP EYE"
a iHeuic Oil n I IIlId Is unriiil 11'1111. at I lung as they arc nut mixed with eeimforl ible during hit aummerIdays. I TO 4 POUNDS/ '.: '.,
i out being riHlid Hid frrgnrallydesing ) sauces; \ or creams The suggestions come from | LENGTH TO ; ;
the hot s. rimer muitlispMplc'arc Plan to refrigerate year lunch, or the U S, Department of Agileul- 15 INCHES '
striikin with find MS- give considerable care lit preparing ture, ) ..f a ; INHABITS COOLCLEAR ', j

"'tag. .'", KJ| pIII.olllnll can: make a It so that no danger of food poison Plant deciduous trees and .. WATERS WITH SANDY OR "t' ?;rI"! I
person quite III or can even cause Ing! Is present shrubs slung the west and south ... .
1 death, Fowls that have creambases iSr -it sides of the house to shade II from I MORE 3t ROCKY BOTTOMS 1 WILL 4 '. i \

such as cream pies, cuslH Homeowners will again this sum- the hot rays of the sun Keep I READILY GO FOR ALL KINDS' OF '' '
.' .Jire easily sound hoods cutlast mer wage the battle of line bugs plantings slightly away from the LIVE BAIT AND ARTIFICIAL LURES '' '

small pieces are exposed to aJatter I Which means they'11 be using pesticides house so they don I shut off the t VANjfROU( .; + s:1j5P :
\ ; *air surface, thus btccnicseojitialaatcd breeze '
: more easily. Meat Here'i a word or two of warnIng Install metal or canvas awn. > o"TTED 7. \
';- a4land, potato sulids should al. : Mix pesticides outdoors, The Ingg They'11 reduce by 70 to 73' BETWEEH. -.:: FOUND IN THE RIVER
-- percent the heat coming through
tv windows, Awnings, Awnings with BASS PANHANDLE FROM THE
open tides are more effective than ,, ,, (f. DUSK AND APALACHICOLA RIVER WESTVFLO //"?
those with closed sides: light-col.
WORRIED. ored awnings are better than dark DAWNSr1 !
.. ones,
Louver bar screens\ 111 re _-- --- -
or v'
ABOUT THAT SPECIAL OCCASION ? duce the heat 90 percent through 1 (

south windows not otherwise shaded r\T\
They are 55 to 75 percent effective
WE LET YOUR MIND REST AT EASE for cast and west windows '
If live In an area where :
"" you )2s-.z. Need
A (iood'Saiesman
WE CATER the nights are tool Install an attic a r
fan lo draw this cool night air

WEDDINGS, DINNERS, TEAS, PARTIES down and Into the 'living area
Use window exhuuse fans II''
you don't have an attic fan
MADE CATERING If house Is still In theplanning I Good salesmen
I ;; your are so hard to come by that many a
stage, see 1 that there an .. I
PAT MAnE, Caterer Phone 2615039YOUR wall overhang or extension on tho south retailer has wished that he had bid Aladdin's lamp to k

Select a light.colored roof Use FATAL SVMRM&IU rub when he
-- light-colored shades, draperies, and AccwtfKAKt QLY needed more help to sell merchandise.It .

: blinds ER At Ni6r You of solve Ihe''
can course
whole problem by Installing a cen i j OVIED Sern 't ()DM U6MS FOR ArpROACtl would also be nice if the lamp produced a sales.
I teal air' Unit, /Nor
conditioning aci'r VfW47( ; ( kF WwVOI'NIEtD ANA.IIV ,
; "I eil>F'',r T>} ':J| (YEAR Fap, 0 W 181WJ({ I i man who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make
; : iolpr 1
: "1. all|, the calls, necessary, who could see every customer
z 'firstfcll'J t hifp : ,
on NOW IN I'ROGRESS iii ,JO V>J .i- .. .... 'I ,.J.... J.w! .yKrfJJX.. r rl_ ,:' *
you protect it! [ --- everyday.. """'J JWS*!,,;:*<*....- \\W.-......<... HWW> ,.wl'__-.F J

A cabinet well stocked with ,.-..., .f'.. t." henjoying 1

first first aid line supplies of defense"Is your in ant -i, It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn'tmake

mergency, See us for a complete your '
mistakes who
always told the
line of to-quality pro. correct sales story,

4 ,, duets vacation? x who found interested customers on short notice, and

a ill I rJ coTYONU \ sold merchandise.

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I -, If the merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman I r
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/ i' \ who could go right into the home, right into the living ;

?tsk' FIRST AID NEEDS I > room and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of i
;& .....:.I his merchandise.And .


2 fl7 vii.vsiic AM:. I'MONE 26M2.1; OD ,,> that salesman would work at a low wage. That

'f:'; :' ,> :t' aDD
< I __ _1 seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would

4.-\- .1,1 j ,ii, I 1iiI;' never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, always

\ \ say just what his employer wanted him to say.

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Impossible Even Aladdin's genie couldn't produce

FLORIDA and ,, that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman

IaoR home for your BUSINESS and FAMILY! comes only in air castles and newspapers.

LAWNS PLANTS Florida tunshln has no comparison! But did you know that
ari Florida' best climate li Its business climate? Check the facts Read back. There is nothing there that
Compare them with your State'* Industrial advantages In rela newspaper

f Von to your business or Industry. advertising can't do for a retail store. It is the super


HALF THAT IN AN AVERAGE OF ALL 50 STATES. salesman, the dream salesman, the perfect salesman.All .

Covers THOUSANDS OF WILLING WORKERS READY FOR YOUR 'INDUSTRY. that is needed to put him to work is call a represen-
tative of this newspaper at 261-3686.

Equally Important Is your own health and the happiness of your Covering The Fernandina Beach Trading Area
family Where else but In Florida can you expect to greet each
day with sunshine, each day with a new zest for living and
getting.things done"J .


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R. L. Miller Wins Golf Tourney; Heads Pro-Am Winners

News.Leader1'Fernmulina\ I'emh, Ploriilii Thursday( ', June 11, % 1961 I'aife! Sevan II
Tommy JenkinsOf

()1I It'rhllllcll, Jim ward' 35-31.; 34: hi 1 I niKlerdale, 11'1111"r let (i-ecil Field NAS 70.76 I4K,

P JacksonvilleIn r r Tamp team of R R Wlezvcki, W)kitlindv, York, Thomas Shivv Tommy Shave, Fcrnniullna Henri.
Tum Iminun, II. Jones, Art Conner Jr. .Klin \\ OIK. J7-.IJ, 70-VH 148; Wllliimn Robluiik
W, .ike' City team ol 70 !SI. Mnr)*, Ca: team of Lam el Bay S C. 72.76 1W
Second PlaceR Chuck Rea. Jack Koimtree Jim Philip \ UII. K F KII InlllI'k: ."l1l1ht1 :

s P Mellon, Spunky Hanson,,; Miiduk I ll.irold Rollers 1 First I: 14" Dr Pave Posts,
I : ; : : :.3'r:
L, Miller, fa'orlle11th 4 BirmliiKham Ala., team of DrWIll Jut ksonv Ille Hvde Park. team SI, I'elersbum, 76-73 1 150: R. L.
'as.w local Rolling enthusiasm alkedotf Weaver, llemy" Groves Jr.. Gary Fred dlilolo, ll.uold Biytu, Dan Gloer.: ) Jacksonville, 75-71.: led
a 1 wllli a lion'i sharp of the honor Holmes. At ( lemtnoim. 31.33.; Coral Moslcv, Don U'rcli. :.Mi-34: SIMann ILiiisi' Jr, Lake City 73-73.: ''1M

In tile third annual Kernamlina firhles learn of Bill Kenned\ (lo.., team of Ray llmli- Llovd Walls Jr". New SmyniaBc'iich

Bench WWII) Invll t"dllastI'k.\ (Item Tsihuimmi, Bub Meeker, Bob molt. Chase Ili'jilnn. llciu Snv 75-71,
end in... iu, ...,-,1.1 JacKMinvllle Bead der, Dick Hrnnrtt. :,10-34, :\iccville '- Second t Lit: Clvde Blackhuia+ ,

!Miller, an unattached profc-mion. ;e team ol :M.iniel Pope, Dr, Jim | 11,1 ImtcMirnc' ol Larry Jwkiumtilt. 77-73, 153 :Milw,
1 Efh Mhoon, Ken lliilchinH, Rob (;I"cr" Wilkinson nub Rlcker., F :MSciib.v Allunlle
al from Waycroso. Ga.. coppedlow T Dean. Brach 7)771.)
pro honors and a check for 31.33: unattached Jacksonville team Ii.33, 113:; Bob i,. Oecleon. FernaiidinaBeich
51 000 in tae Invitational and his of lou Hi'oWiiid, Bubbw :'IlurA'h. 72 l'.i-lmnl. C.I: Irani of lleib 77-76 1 1.15 Duck tlevel-
team finished will) a record 68 to Chuck :Milan, Clvde Blackbuin" GI!ii en, John Si.irboto" John ( '- and.. Jacksonville! 77-78 lol:;

win the pro-am cxenl 34-32 gory DrV, Vani-e, 37-31 Guido t', nu.scettJ, JdtkHonvUle
Tommy Jenkins Jacksonville n (II.7 Aiwisia. Ga; team of Scores In the\ fXd-) 7877TIHid.

louring pro and another favorite :Mickev\ drceiie Duncan Johnson, Urn s !: lib Henry Groves J4>,
Bib Gccleon. IV J. Clemenec. 35- .J.I'k\un\III. 7'' -77 1111:; B, J,
In ihn. arts gate :Miller a run I'li'lc'vMiinul, HvisKin' 'inwnr)' won -
for the money In the final round 32, Piilni, Bench team nf Jim Mo In iMirnlhitcK'It 11'111"11I'" Athens lil.: R'l.7'1 IVI!

but faded in the lust three holes JACKSONVILLE GOLFERS curled off the !mijor loot l'op',, Hub 1111 1'1 It II II. Russell Firestone I I. Miller.V "ivcroKS. (i.i., Bunt Connell, Chdilotte" N, 1:.,

which :Miller pla.vecl one-imcler, in the championship flight of the amateur division of the Plank" Matey, 32-35.: ; Jack.Honvllle HI!.ll'l 117: <$1.1"111'l >( ,' : roinniv Jinkins T'l-llli li111) Jim Spcncei, SlIn.

In the raln-rurlailed event tourney. Left to right Rudy fork tourney th.iiimm ; \VS lenm of Joe, ,k"1111I1'' t.'l-7l'! I 1111 JIII'eI..111.' .

which MM Saturclav'i rounds washed Ed Swanson/ amateur: champion: ; Billy Shelton winner Doniilil, Lea leschi'ek: Guy,! IIus.cliell.i. 'l'ilHl':;, It I :Shark 11/(1'1I1'11. Auuust.i! Continued i cm Pose Nine
Bill Maianvllle 3fi-.1l
out Miller carded a 68 on Friday ot second place; Gene; (Conner, winner of third place and J.icksiinv :\0\8 team of Lew: (ill lilt',4 I I 14i: Lconaidiun, r.
Jacksomille' t.'l. .71\ 11:1:) iH7illSkip > ,
and a 69 cm Sunday for the Jerry Filer, winner of fourth! place.R. .
winning 137. Huff.: Kriink lle>er, Bill IlahUlh'Y.CIII Mex.inder\ SI' IVteisliunt'' W ,
Hut i'rly.33., : 2 Siinford team
W ; >.
72-71 11:1': $1117 II' DcVvlll I
JcuklnsI ho had a first round of ,\II.,'I Snow Jlmmv Cox, 1U t.) Weaver Jr, BiriniiiKliiim, / Ala. h'l.'
61! uouml up with a 71 SuncMv Bow man Kd: Rnducll 3.V.I2.Juckminvllle : ; ,
71 144 ''JliKH: Jim MiCnv." rnlm
for 140 and second money of MO.: TII1ICIUIUI:1| : team --.J:: ..
Beach, 71-71 144 iliNH.' John' ---- :
ALL SMILES: Is R. L. Miller, Wa.vrromi, Ga., professional In third plal'cIOA LI. !Mark <:ii Vie hoieniini Bill Stalk, Dr Grows Jr Milniinuli.ini. Ala. l till. ..-",,, .. \

a.s he admires his $1,000 check for first place in the I'e.niindina Darnell of AiiKusIa I Ga.I ho finished Chnrles Ilillur: Joe Andrews. .a,. 77 Id < %.J'Oi,, Hub SienceIII | ,
( 142 and .T
Beach $5,000() Invitational! Golf Tournament. 1're- $ 0. ) .11tlimlic: / lieuch Kelva Miitlim Html thud, S. C. 72-7.1: : I
Tied lor fourth mid
pocketing team of \oirie" wilclit. V. t: ll.ill. .
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sing Miller closely was Tommy Jenkins Jacksonville $18750 such were \ctrnm Skip Hay B.IKHII' Miles Demi. 35-32, .'
touring pro who received $;)00 for second place. Center Alexander, of St. relerslnirg and r I (line, la iiiinue, fill
Charles USGA: Leonard Yaun of Jacksonville's Ml S.nasol) leini ol ICK- Mast, 71-72 ir <$h2,'>ll II> Guilty .il-,
is Dr. Hillyer who
area representative, Coil
H I I. h'HUHiin. Dave I Smith
hell, II\tot 1I"1I 'IId., I 1"111.. 7,1-72:
presented the checks to the 20 top pros in the tourney. Dc'crwocd Cuintry Club. ,
aXsw $OllltUhkati.l2: ; Cocoa( team of Hi 1 i(2'ill'( :; Crcvw Todd, Sunfold. -
In the amateur division of the : LI,,\dl'all.. Sr. Ed: HIXIIXT, R.iv 7.1-72: Hi '$li2 .;111 ; UnlilnDunn. '
tourney Ed Swanson of the San > I Kennedy, 35-33:; ; Bradenton team (Ciiinlllu Ga, 71-74 14.1 ,

Jose Country Club In Jacksonville ,1 of Jimmy Lcnlt Dr. Bill Black. : <1$6250'>. Teddy Ghlolo, Dothan.
won first place with rounds of 68- man Joe Sc.uboro, Bill Cook 35.
Sand Boards 3.98 TAx Ala, 71-73 111! i,10; Lou Bra
74 for a 142. 33; Dothan. Ah. team of Ted Ghlo. ward" JIII'k.OIl1l1h', 71.75 141
Second was Billy Shelton of (0, Rilph Ghloto Jr, Robert llor.
+15:1111: > ; Ben llm-tltf, Smart Flo?
Jacksonville, with 141 and third
ncr, Robert Blake 3632. 72.74 I4d i.loi: ; Freddie Letlng-
fI was Gene Conner with J4" Con-
ARMSTRONGParquet 6l! Grocmillc, S. C., team of well llalllslierK. Miss? 70-76 r
ncr led the entire field on the first
146 ,$::11I') < ll'iiold Ruvbotn. Orlando "lhbbhinbwbill.
day of the tourney with a sensa Buddy Shellon, Donald Zcll Roy
Style Vinyl Asbestos Tile hli-77 14(1( I lUm) ; Don Blsp.llnuholf .
.. tional S under par 87 but skied to Ellers' Jerry Vane, 35-34, Green -
Allnnl.i. Cia' 72-74 140 -
a 78 on the final day.In .
Cove Springs leum of !Sandy Spearman
$10)( ); LCD" \Vjklc. Ft Lauderdale I IFLOCIDA'
Armstrong Yard Goods In Stock Innovation the senior in this pro year'i division tourney\ an, IXivc kenni'll. Andy Pace, !175.71 I llh 1.1111.> Bill Hoffman.

Haven''West Palm Beach, 611-77 14(1Sim (
Jimmy Lents of liradenlon pock' Tom Kelsey :lt>-33.: Winter

6-9-12 Foot Widths vied the $200 \llrst money and l I.. MLLER also led a pro-am team to victory in the team of Bill ferry, Hen lloctun 1 ( : '$ OLDCST "'

Herb Greene, a former Jacksonville annual event. Playing with Miller were f Sieve :Melnvk. ferry, Albert. Wilkinson, E. T, ;I Amateur" divlhion'Kd ,, Jacksonville.: AND MOST HISTORIC "
pro was second for $123 left and Stan Moore, right, of Brunswick! Ga.: The SMIII!. 36.33; Jacksonville San Jose 00.741 I,
FROM 1.65 YARD In the senior amateur division, 142.; Billy Shellon .Ijc( ksuiHllle,
also an Innovation Ray Kennedyof fourth, member of the team, AI T> re, of Wa.vcross, was (team (if Bill Uiffon, J, D, ('/lIIII, 611-74( HI; : Lear Conner> Jackmmvlllc .

Jacksonville as the winner not available for the picture.Steve ,. K B, Laniisliin, Jim Palmer, 35- (li.611, 143.:;; Jerry Foley!
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Second and third'lIt to Jim -

Porter & Lovequist Spencer of Sanford and Julian Melnyk, also of Brunswick,
Bass of Jacksonville, respectively and AI Tyre of Wavcross, Metnk !
" In the pro-am on Thursday the I had 4 birdies for the Icam and
52-ycar-old Miller fired a five- Tyre had 2. Two of the team's 16

South 8th Street Phone 261.3068 undcr-par 67 to spark his team birdies came on the same hole
of three Georgia oungiteri to the An all-Mayport N'AS combine

record-breakiug! 58. headed by pro Tony Greco wound Escape from the ordinary. .
Miller's 3 birdies pre matched up 10 under Ith 62 for sc-eind, I ..
, Try A Classified Ad For Quick ResultsTIDES by amateur Stan Moore of IIrunl.I plaice Nolan "Johnson, GcorA* h
\ Ick. Hit other partners were Hcrldcr and 'Al Sl'ImanI I're bin :'

partners. They combined for 35-

: 27. I
l Six tied for third place In the ,

FERNANDINA BEACH 48-team field with three Jacksonville I

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Leonard of Deer-
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"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN wood, Nick Clark, San moo, and i .. i
11II I unattached Tommy Jenkins Other r
pros heading! teams with ,cures
: BEACHES" of 63 were L. P. Cleveland Alh-1

," i en,, Ga, Charles/ Bulmrr, Tlf nun, 'I
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Pro Ben Hartlg! of Stuart fired ;:

BE WISE. Suburban the day's lowest store, a Mi,, while i t -
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3 OR 4 TIMES tt JETTIESAdd YOUR NEEDS IN c-lH, Ed: Rodgers. Neptune ;
LP GAS AND Frank llcvtr, Jac'ksiinville 1SAS,
LONGER THAN 30 Minutes Far GAS ,APPLIANCES and Dr. Charles IIill>er, Tlniuqnund -
ORDINARY WAX JOB Country Club hud 69'! ,. I
F.rnandin Harbor 7 South 7th St. Pro-um scores (Pros named

LASSERRE MOTORCO. Phone Zfil.riSfil: first tI):
58 Unatlaihed W \'cross'
HIGH LOW team of B. L. Miller AI' Tyre.

S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 Friday, June 12 T. H. KING Stan Moore. Steve Mclnmk, 3127. ,
62 Mav port N,\S Ic-iim of Tonv
9:51 J : a.m. ?:-J!>l a.m. PHOTO SHOP Grego Nolan Johnson, George

10:18: p.m. 4:08: p.m. weddhguPOIceXinC fie rider. Al Selman, 3527.
Going Fishing? aNn e 8,1- Athens, Ga, team of L. P. ,
Saturday, June 13 Portraits I Cleveland, Eddie Sums llaynci '
Slim rJ By i Richardson Jimmy Allen, 32.31;
Visit Us ror 10:51: a.m. 4:50: a.m. Photo Apponwmeatauppllea I
Jacksonville Decnuwd f 'team of
Complete Line Of 11:12: p.m. 5:04: p.m. NOl..NON.eX1.1.N.11 PLO.'O... Uely I Leonard Yaun, Chris Kappa I

Fishing Tackle Sunday I June 11 v : Vernon Kay Henry Tulcn, 34.21! ;
nods Keels I Tiflcm, Ga. team of Churls Buimcr ,
Outdoor Campin 11:50: a.m. >>::4I.m.: Studios At 504 Ash St. C D Moore, J, :Newton, lime, '1

EquipmentFIRESTONE C:0.'J: : p.m. Phone 261-4586 Dow en. 32.31, HninKwick. L'a,
team of Hugh Moore Kd Siiiisoii r
Monday, June 1 1":) I Dick I Montncy: Pete: Colcrmm; ;:J 33.1: I

Rowland's 30; Jal'kKl"vllll, San Just team of
12:07: a.m. 6:41: aim
BEACH SUPPLY Nick Clark. Bob Braun Karl Me."
12:53: : 7:0j: : UPHOLSTERY
112 Atlantic AM 261-4412 p.m. p.m. Cahc. Jr. San Merro, 3:>-2H.: Jack, foreground: Ford,it 500 Hardtop, Background; Falcon Sprint Hardtop
Tuesday June 16 DO YOU NEEDNEW sonvllle team of Tommy Jenkins '' I
CUlFRINn* OR REPAIR Jerry Foley Jon Windier, Eddie ,
1:05: : a.m. 7:38: a.m. TO VOIRrlRVITURE Ray, 3231. I '
make Ford vacation !
,J Your 1:57: p.m. 8:05: p.m. NEW SEAT OR. COVER: 64 Wtycross, Ga, team of your car
FOR YOUR Doc Green. Charles iBoogi' Lay. I II
Wednesday, June 17 ALTO Ion, :Mickey I McGnuan, Virgil l Thomas I

Ad Here 2:02: a.m. 8:33:: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES I 32-32, LaGrange Ga t tram
3:00: !9:05: : We Pick Up and Deliver of Mick time, Joe Scale Genet; VACATION Ark! NEW FORD! AT OUR more comfortably, more safely Our 46 new '64s are the best selling
p.m. p.m.
Conner, Billy Shelton, 33.31. II thanks to Ford's !total. :! performance, Fords In Ford Division, history. And with
Will Be Seen Thursday, June 18! Porter & LovequistGeneral 65 Palm Beach team of Vic Total performance helped Ford win the our record,high sales we can add
i Bass Dan Vaden :Neal Kidd. John I Whether you're bound for the Fair-or most '64 NASCAR races so far extraordinary trade allowances to our
:.T:01: a.m. 9:26: a.m. Contractor Paul Jones, 33.32; Jacksonville anywhere Ford puts you on the road helped Falcon win two classes I in the low Ford prices. So c'mon in the
3:57: 10:02: Beauclerc team of :Maurice Walch I
p.m. p.m. SPECIALTIES to the most fun,packed vacation of Monte Carlo Rally "and helps you vacation' fun Is outstdnding-and so
By 7,500 woow\ORKt\r. Y S Miller Wes Paxson, Genet I II
Friday, Junel 9 your Me! You ride more smoothly get keener enjoyment on the road. are the savings!
Pt.4STIC! "SURFACINGCl's'foN : I Cowan, 31.34.Waiterburo I
3:57:: a.m. 10:16: a.m. BUILT TARIVETS: : S. C.. team of W. (0,1
Readers KITCHEN AND BATH Christian. L. B. Barbour. J. Phil. |
4:19 10:55! :
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REMODELINGComplete: lips, R. Beasley, 34.31; Stuart
ShowroomFor of Ben Hartlg! frank Allan. Brill' I FORD VACATION SHE 4$: :

Week! TldM CourtonCcMit Color Coordination Caldwell A. If. Smith, 34-31, \111.1
i':0 Every k Geodetic Survey Phone 261-3068 doMa, Ga team of Richard Beck '
t.: mm, Jim Dowllng, Frank .:Id.

ridge, Buster Parrlsh, 32.33: Char. 't

tulle N, C? team of Larry Parker,
\ Bill Connell (i, W Mc GnatS. Bill
FUN IN THE SUN J Lewis 33.32; Jacksonville team of LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYYOUR

Nelson Lee Don Daniel. 1 Dick 1
_: AT FERNANDINA BEACH Hayes. Wayne Kogir,, 36-29.; Sail. I'
ford team of Grover Told Jim

FISHING BOATING SWIMMING ,I SIII'1I1'er.3431. Bill Bobbins, Bob Young, I FORD DEALER SINCE 1910I :

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\ \\'!i-I-paelor. Fernandina reach, Florida, Thursday! June 11, 19G4!)() PaIne
!i Golf Tourney I' -

Bowler Wins I j I 1 Fouith iConllnued: Frank from Malev.Pane. Seven Jacksonville I'I! Sports Slants Porters Defeats Talbird Makes Two No Hit No Run

I Nopp, Beach.Jacksonville 82.79., 82-164 2. -164 Bob- I I Chem-Cell KAC Home Runs In Game By McDonald In I

U'o Bc'ckmunn Jr. Savannah, 82. BY CURT CORDON

Fiesta Tournament |182. lab John Marron Jacksonville Falls To Islanders Against Senators Cub-Redleg Game
I 82-84 I Bobby Jones of the 1 Islanders and of course I the I lishrrmrn were!
Filth: 169 T J. Shave JrFernanellna ,. snllbiill loam In the! !Men Cleague using live shrimp for bail and lie
Heath, 86-83 169 Is I selling the pate In hll. might remind you thai( Poiter. B\ ttRT (;lOKIMNPorter M Talbird lutt honn"' iun Ronnie Mi Donald pun I no-hit.

Bill Llndscy of Jatksonxlllenipped Krcemj.i received $'('H for his er.( John Guest Fetnandina. Bench ling ulih a neat 538 baiting tcrage lit loaded with live sin HUH, so I If 's defeated Chem Cell, I 13. VMM, too ninth loi I the smnliusa no-run bill game for the Cubs ai
the $lOO first plate mono forts 84-83 170 Bob Harding, Jackson Jmiinv Gordon Is 11'01111 you are a fltdiernian and need bill 8. and tin' Islanders haivltd. kan '\(' she Itraxes won 10 1 ,\n iiclu t Ship downed the Redlegs I.0MiDonaid ,
In the annual Fiesta Bowling Tourney Another Jacksonville Keller, Fra ville. 84-86 170 Harry Ter with an average of .4\11.1 head for Porlir's this weekend 8-5 Ins In sollball( ginnes list run iiMiilli Inning "a<> 1 lm> much ulruck out 13 Hedlegs
which ended Sunday night at tier Cole was one pin back at l 652 roll, Jacksonville. 8486. : when you (ha\r time )to KIlKhlng Friday night) In the 1 louil< Mem for( the Senators lo ovcrenme In p"lllIIjI the vittoiy Ho walked
the Buccaneer Lanes here for third money of $j3. Sixth: 1(>8 Bob Kicker Orange Al Talbird who led the Little and do It earls bdorc! your League: Hint Bioun Khaiid In Ihe hit only 2.Jlmny,
Lindsey, who had a net 653 In 'I'he next tulle platen IIl're'on Park 88-80 176 R. II LOHKUC In hitting (for the first hall 55 lie pills you In work In the jaidCt In )Ihe oener| Pinter's IIMI'II) extra lint: lead' with Tallind I as rush got Peacock, McDonald Lar.
the handicap eVl'nll'al followed bv Fernaurilna Beach bowlers,, Young, Kcrminrtina Beach, 88.88. of the season has turned sluggi! s ti, base hits to capture( the win two hulls. Broun bdng singles ry dill; led (the winners al the plate
closely by Bill Freeman, also a Johnny Williinisun had Jacksonville bOIl.ler.l'llh 6 VI, Tommy Tilman 631 lor WO and B'1.811\' ( 178 Archie Smith, Kernandina the Biaxc-Senalor ttame! last week I Ihe Redhirds of the Senior I.eiuuc, ton billed a home run Herring- Little. Tumim Skll'l(>"rIlkl'! Milime I ling doubles Mike: Ashe. Wesley
-. -- - John Beckett;" \ 627 lor $25 Brach 8t-B'l ,,10 lead his team to \litory 01'1'1' ba clod h>. sei'unil.. iiit.bit. aml' IIf Inn smashed two triples, SteveBeikett and Uxdie) Dixie' shaieil" inIhe Douijas, John I loll,is and Walter
In sevinlh plate. was Don \VilMID. Senior amateur winners: the Kill al11S Senators. The S'nll. the season last week, In the Ins) one (tlnee-bagiter and (time lullingUnxilo Slurios bliaied In the billing for

Twin Bill Sees B&C ). of Jacksonville with Shill for 148 Ray Kennedy. Jackson lore won the nisl-luilf( title, bill name a run was scored on Howe. Thornton added a double Ste\r ( lligglnbolhani' ( led). lilt the Cubs
$JO. \llle. 74-74 I IfiO Jim Spencer tn.i th. fi aime of the "''1'1111,1, but the! "I'UlIlIIIO' a ruiKame. Beikelt und/ ( Thnrnlon lid Poiler'iiin !Sinalois with, l 1" o hl.H. with llolibv I lINK I : MORE:
The last three spoil were also Sanford ?!).81. IdA Julian Bass. half of play to the Braves llisto I hitting with 3:< hill npleie with etitira, Paul Si In'mil/ and lucky Uedhgi 000 000-0( 0
Down KAC Porters won by Kernandltia' Bead) bowlers Jncknoiullle, 81-83 I 167 Tommy ought/ repeat itself as (the Senatu '. ) I Sle\e Ihonm, Kidiaid Sdiomas MiDon.ild I /Kflllng hula tar (lieloseis Cuhs 000 001 110Godwin
Stanley Uohannon with MH> for $17 Essex, Jacksonville 82-8i, 171- lust the llrst same! of the l'aIOn We had a nice letter (lib wei4 and Herriiniton, getting Iwo him i ; (\ Avery and Avery,
Takes John Bainljk WI4( for $U and Cecil E F Gogguns: Jacksonville,, 1 I then failed to lose another during! thesis Shelly. liolxilson( Farm Dinelor upline Simmons Alan Cnxer'' and LINK: : MOKKt: :: Oils ill :Mt'Donald l and Douglas,
Chem-Cell Hodge. 5W) for 410. 8li-83: I t I the firs 1 hair of play for (Ihe! Minnesota Twintt. Tlner hit wet'ly' oats filI'I Ihe winners thus Silo 1 800( 10 4j: --- ---- -- -- -

Bow lei's participating In the Following the windup of play s* .* and he reminded us tlinl) the Allan. Sinalois.. (HW' 200.-) i '' I,
John Smith hurled Burgess/ and event wore allowed I heir sun'lioncd Sued ly, cheeks were presented the! I nun't you younKHlm beKlnniiMllh la Crackers air going lo mine mHI \ Chnrlis Col'bell) lolleilid three'I II Skippir and Ilioun, Sdiinnl I o SOLD
Cook to a 6.0 Bultball Kin OUT league scores for handicapping winning pros and piiics were ores age 6 forget! to register f for > we people In rl'rilllldlnil111 I hill and Jimmv Guidon' 2 In lead Mi I Donald and l-erreira I ITTHROUGHTHE

K\C Monday night In the opininggame Of the 56 entries about hall witted the amateurs. W 11, Mel the glimmer program( at the high gu see Them ploy when Ihe I'rmk. ('hem.Cell In hilling, with\ C. dens, ---- ---. --- .-- I Iffiffil
of a (win-bill as he allowed were Irum out of town. ton emceed the awards ceremony sihirnl gym Monday morning June ers play in Jo'kullI'lIlI'11'1': (ItiiuiitUin netl bonus a (lilple Allan ,)John
I bl' mint Kin und' I hurry Uilghl sliaitd In \\ hl'n a |1x'101(5 fins who lahi WANT ADS
the losers only 3 hits, I.ahigang chairman and handed out the amateur pri/es II al nine o'clock. Th'rl'111 the Minnemila( Twlis(
Tommy Tllnuui was 'en iiiehhiR MHI.I( si" innhinefils ()
allowed Burgess end Cook only 6 the 1'l'nl.hil'h spoimoitdIn with Dr. Chuiles Hillyer' arl'aSG.A plenty of ndivllv( for bo> s and )Itiithic! sa\s oil ol you lead )Ihc' the ('ll<'lIIl'1I lulling
of was
his death linmi
hits. Kills beKinnintf at eight a clock NewsLeadirllonnie I i 1.1\10: : MtinPorters ) ; : ()) "tiporl( (
Ruuamcr Lanes owners, tfcuryEllis \) representative\ presentingthe
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dudrly lo I thl' 11I'11I'1'.1 i .11110( sererby
Ihl' ail: 411: 11: H:
Frank Morris hud two hits to and Cecil Hodge pro checks until thiec such day during 0' --
lead B&C In hilling while Koskr : On Frld.iv. following play the week. BO (take advantage! of I(II I. MiPunalil 10"I'dI no- l'hl'l11.l'l'Il Oil) ) Ul A HI olliie

belled a triple and C, L, Meek pnrtlcipunls enjoyed a fish fry 'Coach Benner and his M\ iff would hitler tot Ihs l'hl'I\1.'I'1I (libs In 'l'hll'III"1I I ,and Coxei.; II, (..ox amt
smashed a double. Smith sharedIn Rcdlegs Take provided bv the City of Fernandlna rasher nut hall! anyone under till' Little League adlon list neck U I L. \\ rlgnlIn .
the hitting for Burgess and ,Beach al the golf course and on awe of six bciause of Injuries KO II wan the seiond, no.hit game pill'lied the nighlinp, K1(' )battled
Cook. Saturday they were guests at a you arc not( six pliase do not n'< In I the Little) "'Ui:1I1': this' .uur.In I Ihe "'a leading 'Is) lIull'rH but HeadachesA
Thrift Patterson and McDonald 17-4 Victory hospitality\ hour in the duhhouxe. port tu register, '.. A A.. I fill hv an H-5 more, Cene/ ( Powers

KOI the three hits for K \C with I Chairman for the tourney, for #; 'iv Franklin in teallv hlaslinu I1l1nl'.lnllC duly four liuse hits heiiil.ulip( Is nut II disease! (II I K a sy (1111'1'111.|'| It rilletls\ a
McDonald being a double Over Stags i the sponsoilng Chamber of Com. :, t dint mmml If it w'i as Jin the ball (lur blur rllll''IIS of Ihe Sen. In pitilnnn the win 'toi. (tli<' Manil- disturbed 1 slide'" Hllliln( I(ho lintlv. This Ill." be |irri'Ipltaled( hyI
LI\E: SCORE: coerce. was flinty *>'oik, Member my llutthini! or Born Cilsp Ihal. for league, I'miiklm" has poled" number of lailorHi: lallgue( wiirv, Iniiirliirliiinim upir' filling tllgrstlxp din-
1'01111111111:1': H, said It wasnl thai he cheated Inrelllll.toll.l I'I'M.I'I''W wink high blued .', or iirrviiiis tensliin
G over presser
Harness & Cook 110 022 0 (It II I I 1 of his were! two home riinn lor his It'inn retenlly. Noli'is. Cm'I ,I 01 III'M. Al-
KAC OIK) (OliO 0 0.; Buvl nice miiitkul a home \Vaas. Jr. Hub Asklni, Newt Hoberls / his l low itolf MUICS. bathe hell Ciun/ales, lleiun Alvaiet and One of the inusl mminnn forniH of hrnnlr hi-ailathp' I Is thai
J, Smith and Reynolds: Labi l. run and a single to !load the liul- ....1111 Gugurj. J. O, Paugh. was In l hour lienlth and lo \' l A A. Pimeix lid, Ihe Mnmlcrs In 1111'11'IIhll known. as "migraine"( or "hlik" hi'iid.ii'l, these heudaiheii have
gang and Markham, birds In a one-Rliled 17-4 victory e'Hy Kd( Jones Kay Caldwell and scores made him feel Utter. The Aomtn'ii, Soft bill League : nt1IsI with 2 hulls apleee f.iusi-d untiHd suffering.I .
In the nightcap Porter' dcfeut. over the S'aes'! \\inlon Karris> and Pro Ed :\hlloll. <* Jones lilt doubles for the
cd Chem-Ceit, 6.3, although the Hitkv Mrs Malison assisted( with the I Fish Camp rcpniii (be standings aging nidi Lurk P Durranrt'i hilling) sult'ly sure mist ether ihrnnlc hrudadie sulfiTcm qultklv; mil. rlliiirnllv. Thin
Itulhlrds, with Steve Ikville gelling : : ;:; ;; ::: : :
losers oulhit Porter's 12-0, I I registration and scorers were Mr. that red bans weio realty being with Mnorc's and ll.udee's( lied eiidi; fin the wlnneis.I I II In bftuuse thlropraetlc DietlioiU no In II,,' nut,, rennet/ ; tin- nervous
K. Simmons belled a home run the other lIlt nude by the and Mrs Bob Bieslln caiiuht near/ the Jellies this weeMoore's bur the lead al the piehenl time I Jerry (iitlilinn. led K.\(' with 1\\11'' system. Nervp irritation snows spasm of ctil.iln bluoil vessels In
inners.( I I Lathes of the Fcrnandma Bl'lI'h01111'11' iud Ailhur.liiolw the brain. This In turn cause coiigfsllou nl' hhiod' which irralmthe
for Pen'let's while Jimmy Thorn The Ihiid t h'ulI1 i In I the league, Pub- 'hill with Huidiloik I
Mike Conner led the "laM1 Ith handled typical headachy a'lnl.'ms' i pain .n nnr sir bath sides nf the
ton collected' two hits. Sieve Bet- V. Gulf Association lie Unties. Is tnp.iblc of uniting lulling( siitdy' fur the (
lu..1 head disturbed vision, and that) ovtr ell lit dUll f ('lhllf.
a double and single with Steve the concession and assisted with Win OverHardee's nausea
Tiner and John linked hit into the lead will u iiiuplo 1 of sirs ers.
safely for Porter's, Parser gelling a double, 1)avIdWalters I, the registration I I tulles which could cause a tluee. I 1.1S'UR.I: : ) : Why not find out twlay If you' are a rhiinpraitlr! else?
Jimmy Gordon Bill Cox, Alton I J. P. Allen and RobertJohnson York asked that his appreciation Utilities way tic, K\C (Kill) 2IU( ) 0 S\ 4 I
Johnson and Butch Lee had two 1 shored In the Slag hit. the 1' extended to all who assisted In ; fr --fr I Islanders 070 loo x 8 13 Mourn
hits apiece to lead Chem Ceil In ling 1 any way with the tourney I .
The Amerlinn Legion( InnihillKeiison Lyons, l.iihlging and Tlulfl;
The Slags used four( pitchers, I Mim.\ \\t'd., Fri
hitting will Gordon (jelling a I Competing In the h'urm'y'l're Bow To Hardee'sBY opened lure :Mond iv' with Powers and Noblis.] ,
double. Jimmy Ell hog Larry lining the I Kinio as the walks Is- I 182 goiters and 1H4( participated in I Ihe lot'hi Post 54 delealini( I oient ___ n' 054 912&2G 1 '
Wright, N. Smith and Lonnic Freeman med were plentiful.\ I Ihe pro-am The continued\ success I I of Jacksonville, 43. bill tlie usual

shared In Chem-Ccll s hit. I LINE: SCOKE: I IIr: Ihe tourney points to an evenlarget Mcxiie's deleatid rt'RT( CORDON ll.irdoc's softball team Ins) on Uidiusday uflt'iiioiiu : SoftballLeague ) $;ti. !9-12)
I Held In 1'Kri.!
ling !! Landon. 4.1 1, u'. 4t'
46 ID
0211 02 ,
Stags -
the of a
team In opener il:! 1 Kings\ tilrert
LINE SCORE: Redbirds 732 3x 17 7 ,6- *V
doubhe header, 1(1( B. but lIardl'I"1caml' i
"Conscience gels a lot of credit StandingsMEN
Porter's I
040 002 0 6 6 bark to edge Public Ltllllie: Ked t limn Is Ki'tting( lo be n )arks Phone 72-r!) / 1 U,
Anderson, Carver, Sapp hut) should really bl'lonlto cold
Chem-Cell Silo( 100) 0 3 12 Bailey I
In the nightcap 5-4, In extra Inn uf-all tiatles, lk li 111,11111111'1' of
J. Beckett and Cover: B, Cox md Conner horns and Hairy eel. Charles Cunningham Ings. I the( Cubs in Little Le'igue' and nowitmanager : In/.l'IoIIlnI/ : GrrrrgiaUlt. ; .
and L. Wright Rice Satchlloches: ( tLa) Times TPIIIII W LIsliinders 1
-, In the oM'nhm| RllmeI're'l! I (' ( of Ihe Anieriian tig- 1 7 1HurKOKS C. It. ('IttH' UH. T. A. OWEN
Ion team with Tom Til man, All uf
17 base hits t III defea(
: pounded ,
I lIarlll''sl'ith Marsha lldmiltot these Jobs rcale I'r"hll'l1r"r\ : & Cook 4 2'

6 leading the WilY with four hilts 111 lied such the as Ameilian last Monday legion alter-from I I l'hcnl I'lIr"'r'M"' -('cll 5 5 II 4', Kingsland Chiropractic; Clinic
TO noun
FOR' EXPERT I four trips to' (the )plate. Trill'Searbnro KAC: 1 0WOMEN
opened play al four' oeluik and
and\ Sarah llairU )belief( i ;: I ; ; :; ::
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out thrtc hits each with Janice Ills Cub learn was sdinluletl to I plus L'I' "ArtNodutpil with Owen Chiropractic
nt five, Ae heard, someone soy lie Team W
Fowler and Sue SIII'o Kellinit l Iwo
nerds a belliopter so he can Jump !Moore's 5 3IWrdee's Clinic of Jaeknonvllle" .
hits each for )Ihe winners Khnnd" I ;
1 Guest Elaine Rowland and Dot back and forth to each game be- I 13Utilities I I
II Iween Innings, 2 6
Harris shared In the hilling for -
Moore team

Emily Flogs and Eloise Minton
\ blasted home runs for Hardec'i 10
Will the extra weight of lead with long hits Mary Filch'
VACATION LUGGAGE :;O.A '0' I and Jeanette Henderson collected
1Z } k' I two hills each with Ann Herring 1-1CHEVROLET
prevent your brakes ( I ton, Lou Davies and Audrey Mul.Us '

from stopping your car"o 4 hitting safely for the loser, ::
\ Mintun also hod a single
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Vloorcs 001 410, X 10 17 :

and Alvarez Kim land and. Reynolds I 1I1'nlll'I'8"; Guest : makes all types of quality trucks

BRAKE ADJUSTMENT Mary I-nidi's double In the last
or (the eliihth drill III the winninu
run for llaidees )lo give them ''I r
lose 5.4 \\ ln over the Public
Our Expert Brako Mechanic utilities team,

Does All this Work: Eloise Minion( Ann lleirlimton)
l mil Emily Kleue led llaidecu. .
Adjust Brakes 4 with two hits with Minion biltmui '
19 i long tiiple Juue (Roland Tinincc I
VAdd Fluid If Needed Smith tarrle Alvauz and Lou 1 J Jit

Repack Wheel Bearings Front lIardl'e'lI.Vlrlllllia)avies shared. in the hilling for _

Brewer, Ciilhy Dopinn
Inspect Linings iamlou Smith Alilf hn>itlil:! tnl-
Any for the tllli-(
titled Iwo hits each
and Drums
i tiCS team wllli l.indi Kvin.s. Car.Ivn .

VPlus a Complete American 1 Knight Miiy, Jane Tuner/ und
Car .leanor: Unit Killing" hits lot Iliujsers (
Safety Inspection .

INK: : !SOKK::
.lililics: 011 (HU( ) ID( 4 12:
BATTERY FAILURES lardies 202 OH) 01 -- 5 II I
ARE EXPENSIVEI! Famous Make Knight: and Dophin. ; Smith/ and

Avoid costly towing charge $999 .'ulih, I
and emergency battery )> BATTERIES
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purchases. Let our experts I -
test your battery before you As Low As Hornets DefeatI 0 s
start your vacation trip, Eschenpe :

Jets 5-2i Home

Ti>tfont NEW TREADS Run Called OutThe

WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE toncnra 11'irniN didated
I the llinary\ Jets, 5-2 In a Kimie
Narrow or Wide Design In i whlth Billy Uuilwnk hhMid a I Ihall

I i Tubeless or Tubt-typ .VI for over the fence fur a home runfur I
T (Ihe Jets, bit failed to luol'h
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third base and wa lulled out TheI
Our Nat Trtadt, Uiitli/itd by Medallion and ihof mark trt blllw could have dimmed the torn I
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fefwb l> worknuiihl sod ,.t win. Jurlr, ll'. *f trmi.
nonn.l wad hRurd )fmwpl rfptlrabU DiiBclurti) flncmin 4 9r Gary Lovetiilst| I hd the Jd- :In I IHurballk
lend !Y tvtryifar |MiMiiB.r Mr sea for U month Illing I with two huts with Hilly;
II BplMMin>u vnmfM N awed mu Md kuW w IM seta Mn itt .
Urn lajuitjMM. Pete felon, Steve Kn.ley : CHEVROLET

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for the: losers tnslevs hit was I I

I FREE CAR uuble ailing with Uurbank I II II
I David Bowers Buddy Oibbs
Martin Holton Wiyne Vl/iarrundo I
and Siott Siarlxiro got the hits

for the winners.

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i.ii iE i,, =', Feiiifiwima Beach, Flouua ThuiHtiHy. June 11,.]1064 r,. ,t Local Sailors Three Local Youths s
Legion Enlist In US Army

Jets Win 5-1] Terry Rowe Hurls I IENSTHTIPOI Nine Wins First Ride Out StormIn Army Sgt Charles Recruiting Trout Station, of the hit U.n S..

a' BILL TO TIP OM Sailboat Race enllslment of three local
Over Redleqs : No-Hitter For e / t1/ TAIL) 11 INCHES : Game of Season boyi Into the United Stiles Aimj

Burtank's home run epsrk e "' a WEIGHT Among the Fernandlnlans They are:
Redbird 1 % 6 tlclpatlng in the Annual f Tommle Lamarn Le. P. 0. Box
ed tile Rotary" Jets to a 5-1 ducts VictoryTerry The local! American Legion baseI
Ion over the! KAC Redlegs In Lit s l OUNCES ;I ball team won the Initial game olIn Race from Palatka to 400, nllitlnf for S yean for (he

tie League action Tuesday afternoon Rowe Icfthandcd his second season Monday with a 4 to 3 known as the "MUGRACE" Army Career Field of Common
Donald Surlano did the pitch I no-hit ball game of the season victory over Forrest of Jackson. Saturday f June 6thi I were \Mr. cation Tommie has been aiund.,
winners and allowec Mrs. Thomas 0. H.U.ho tog Fernandina Beach High Schon|
leg for the afternoon In Senior ville. ,
only five hits to the Redlegs League action as the Redbirds' The locals capitalized on three ed their Triangle Twenty John Lester Stevenson, 311 !So.
LIBTOM, ,JR., for the event 18th St, has enlisted for 4 years
Eddie Justice led the Jets It handed the Cardinals an 11.0 defeat i hits and two walks to net the four
hitting with two hits with Pete Rowe struck out nine and I runs while pitcher Joe Thrift and Sailing In the Cruiser Class, Into the Army Security Agency\
Peters and Steve Ensley Kcttlni! walked only two In posting thevleimy. / WH15LINO Bobby Johnson were scattering 6 Halls were among several of John li a graduate of Kcrnnndlnu
School, for the
John Covet Class who did not finish, Beach High/
hits for the Jet. Forrest hits.Fernandlna
I which II pant' year has bean attending M' .
shared the hitting lead with Just- the Tornado
Winton horns led the A hit at. I Beach hitters were John Jr College In Palatka
.lee with a double and slnglii lnnJl.wllflburbank'a lack by the Redhlrds with 3 hits ,;a 7AKE9FLIGHT' ; Peewee Nobles, Alan Cover and Jacksonville, Area on the Saturday weather race'f i I Edward Huke Klveash 408 Sluu.
home run Rowe and Miller Nobles li the catcher ternoon Following
Hung SuiHixi, Terry Billy Icy Drive. had enlisted for 3 yearn
Bob Godwin, Jimmy AveryDVlKh't ,. I Curl Il.inU collected\ the other I I FAIRLY 't :, Cover playa first base and Miller ports forewarned on their of the radio blow they and \ Into the"' Single) Rotor ObRervaliun
Key, John Watkins end time hits [for the winners COMMON IN y center field Helicopter Maintenance Technical
for the worst! \\
Tom Schrunlz got the live hilt LIVE SCORE! NORTH ANP Other players seeing action and prepared took dawn their sails School, Kdward Is a 1964 graduate
6 hit They :
(or the Redlegs. I I Cardinals M)0< ) 00 0 0Rrdbirds CENTRALFLORIDA ''s their positions were Hank Bailey, anchored their boat a short from Fcruandina Beach lli")>
LINE SCORE) I 300 62 11 G I second base; Steve Thomas, center south of the Shnnds :I School
Redlegs 001 000 1 S i Lancaster and Taj lor: Rowe DURING THE / 1 I field and first base; Benny Alvarez at ance Green Cove Springs and
Jets 020 03x 5 7Key and Barry RiceSledblrds i shortstop, Jerry Franklinand
worst of the storm \
WINTBI? out the from Fernandlna Beach was Jake
and Godwin; Surlano and David Johnson, right field! ,
I MONTH9 a r It reached Its greatest Intensity.Afar i Motayaw, nailing his Windmill\
.J.. Cover Richard Sthomas and Steve Sic
II I Defeat RARE IM 0 I' belt, third base; Tommy Jones i the storm subsided Clam Boat In competition with
I SOUTH FLORIDA, and Tommy Tllman, Jr. left field I found It necessary to proceed other boats of this Cast Hal Bel.
Leading INHABITSSWAMPS I Fernandina Beach was scheduled the torrential rain under \\ chcr) was crewing for Motayaw.
relccns By 7-5 BOGGY' C K to play Dupont of Jacksonville the Rudder Club at Orange The Fernandma Sailors are look.

.Softball Batters WOODLANDS AND WOOD tlilOOP 00 Wednesday In the second game which was the finish mark of ', tag forward with much expectancy
Four runs In the third proved ALONG PGES OF STREAM : Manager of the local team Is race course Numerous to the biggest sailing event of the
to be enough for Iho Redbirds to I s Tom Tllman, Legion commander smaller boats which were In year In the area this weekend
Bobby Jones Islanders ,53R win over the Falcons, 7.5, although/ vicinity of Doctor Inlet when when the St. Johns Regatta will
Jimmy Gordon, Chcm-Cell .411 I he Falccns! matched the fourrunInning FLORIDA GAME AND FRE5H WATER FISH COMMtSSOrJMethodist / storm hit were knocked down be held off the Florida Yatlit

Pee Wee Nobles, Islanders ,.428Roger by scoring four In the third, ---- Trade At Home the' force of the blow, Club, on Saturday and Sunday,
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llkkox, Chcni-Cell .4221 I Jerry Franklin blasted a home Also participating In the 'I June 131D and 14th. -
Kenny Simmons, Pirtor's 400 I run for the Falcons In the third .3
Robert Markhorn. KAC 403 I lor the guinea Immest blow with I Braves Sports AfieldBY "
P, Durtance, Islanders .400 David Johnson' hitting a double
Billy Roland, Islanders 383 /lor the Falcms Lee Godwin got Hornets 9-5
Bill Cox, Chem.Cell .3110 the only other hit mad by the I Edge TED BESTING
Steve Beckett, Porter's .313 losers. : L B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO
I short casts, retrieving the thing
Pat Patterson KAC .313 The Methodist Braves scored 4 To derive the utmost enjoyment
'Nat Smith, Islanders .301Steve Barry Rice led the Redbirds runs In the tattnm, of the fifth t to I from offshore trolling, one should very shallowly so Ihat you can
with two doubles' with Ricky Oliver watch It closely being sure
first Rive thought to the size
300 some
Thomas Porter's break a 5-5 lie and defeat the I .
and Sieve Bovllle gelling! the to make one retrieve at the /greatest :
of the fish
and fighting ability
Buddy Jacobs KAC .300 !Horneta, M. The big hit of tile '
oilier two lilts for the winners. speed II ever /give the lure,
Frank Morris, BiC .203 Inning was o double by AI Tat. | that are available and select suit you
Martin Porter, B&C 2.15 LIVE SCORE I, bird able tackle accordingly! even while reeling In your your
Larry Wright/ Chrm-Ccll 2U4 Rcdbtrds! 014 010 1 7 4' rods and synthetic "Flbc'r.1 motor al trolling speed A glance
AI Talblrd led the winners at the
whether the
3 will show
lot .234 Falcons 001 030 1 S marie some radical you
Albert Onnzalcs. '
Rice, Rowe and Mason I, plate with three hits which In. Ro. Is turning which would, of
Vernon Shepard, KAC 272 Beryl trolling equipment stresses
eluded two doubles with Tomm line AIR CONDITIONINGHEATINGICE
J. D. Holden, B&C 272 Bean; Godwin, Burgess and Had Skipper sharing the hitting spotlight ;. bert D. Hall Salt-Water Fishing course, mean that the whole I'
Braddock KAC ,34{ dock. Editor of Sports Afield Magazine, Is turning
Cary I
with double and two singles
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J,'L, Smith, Chem-Cell XVI I : Clint Brown gut the only othe; No longer Is It necessary to use A clove hitch Is best to use In MAKING MACHINERYSALES
Curl Jones, Islanders .250 BELGRADE, British producer I clubllke rods and hlgh-breaklng. tying the thing on Then all you I
hit for the Braves.
Irving Allen and American director test lines for the average species have to do Is break the mitch, SERVICE & INSTALLATIONS/ /
"Women are never satisfied Henry Levin have arrived 1111 I AI Bennett swung the big stir! or fish I that Inhabit the offshore and the knota gone, without being I
for the Hornets. by hitting a triple
with YUII .lavlll'l Avala. waters during the warm summer picked at
cither 10pllt'
They are always trying arrange
on weight take It off/ or rearrange -I Film for filming of "The Golden and double Vl/carrondo with Billy and Leeper Scot, I months. Many deep-sea anglersare
It." Lee Call, Alton Horde," a new version of Genghis ,I, Wayne Inclined to use tackle suitableto
hits for the I lornets.
Searboro netting land the unusual-size fish, thus Walt
fWyo Star Valley Independent. Khan's conquests i POGO Kelly
depriving themselves of the fun In .
I LINE SCORE) I catching the average-slze ones C t r": r+1' 1
S I 11
!hornets 100 400 I This Is similar to the spnrtsman KIN a
103 MX 9 '7Lecpl'r TattDORw1M
Braves who uses a 10-gnime gun when
and Burton; Talblrd and \ hunting for reedblrds. You can

I Brown get results, but at the cost of re.I J.

,I striding the pleasure of the sport ,

Senators Defeat I The size and lengh of line for 261-4892
I general offshore fishing determine I I II 1104 S 8 STREET
the size of reel to use. First you 4
r t''ti.j Chem-Cell 8-3 should decide what test line youintend
to use with a particular'rod I' We Sell/
I I needfor We Service Everything
The KiwanIs Senators scorei and how many yards you

; five runs In the first Inning to gi a safety margin! In landing
on to defeat r t the Chcm-Cell l Cub I the species of fish you desire .
.. then select a reel with sufficient! -- -- --
; S-3, In Little League/ al'lIonIun.!\
day afternoon, line capacity. With the new. Im '

I Winclle I Hlgglnbotham did I thi proved, extra-rugged/ / drags that
pitching, for the winners: and lei: are now being made In the 4/0 I
the team In hitting with thro and 6/0 reels, you can have a
base hits Ladd Gordon, Rick mcdium-slre reel with the strength ,
McDonald and Billy Sulton sharer! and smooth performance of a reel
In the six-hit attack by the Sena twice Its size The modern 4 0 ,
ton. llght-laeklo reel has a line rapacity !

i Mike Ashc led the Cuba In hit. of 550 yards of IGFA 30.
I linn with 2 hits with Jimmy Peacock pound-clans Dacron line, and aO0 :
I Larry Gill and Max I lord reel will handle 500 yards o(' COMMERCIALPRINTING
IGFA 50 putrnd class Dacron lino/
getting! hits fur the losers -
I LINE SCORE) We should not overlook the fact
Cubs 000 012-36 I that trolling! rods are designed/ to
Senators 511 lOx 8 6Hurd act somewhat like a spring be. '
and Douglas; Htgglnhnth.! I tween the fisherman and the fish I
I am and FerrelraRegistration. : and cushion any sudden shock or
- -- I strain I upon the :line If we should i
For use a 1 light I-t Icul I line on a rod Ihit
: i Is designed for an BO.or 130-pound-
SHORT STORY : "We Loan You Own" i Second Session test line we will find that the In. I II
; I II
flexible rod is likely to cause the
: June 15 I
Swimming line to break If we go to the I

.1 1 Fernandlna Federal I The second 5-woek session starts, I cither extreme, we will discover. I
that a very-hluh-test line will oGten
July 13th for swimming/ lessons. I
cause a light rod to fracture.
& Loan Assn. I Registration/ begins Monday June select the rod that Is ; f
Savings It Is wise to ,
.1 I 15, 9:no s.m to 5:00: p m? at (hiRicreation I r
made for a certain test line. The I. : Ust
Center There Is I I A With
202 Atlantic Avenuo i charge of $1 per child al time ol I rod manufacturers will be glad to 'S ., ;: Is Specialty
registration supply this Information.

Swivels are generally regardedas
only minor Items In fishing/ ,
but there certainly are things :that
you should know about them A

I badly twisted line can cause an of Letterheads Envelopes Business
amazing tangle on spinning tRl'kh'I Check your supply ,

ARE YOULOOKING With a casting reel, It wont; be

k \ quite because so bad the line((though goes bad out enough uuslersome i, I I II Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you

restraint from either your
I thumb or an anttbacklash device I may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.
Here's a thing that often causes
; an almost hopeless twist: Some. '
one will be trolling a lure al the ,
right speed, but wants to get in to :,
w1c'4 see If, for Instance, there might I if we have printed for you before, a phone call will start
. I be a small piece of weed! runningIts
IF YOUR PROBLEMS ARE: action. So, with his boat still
moving ahead he reels In rapidly our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

causing the spoon to whirl w Icle.

a. SERVICING OR REPAIRING OF GAS EQUIPMENT 1 ly From from Jason the double-speed Lucas. Angling motion Edt I I fingertips of oil printing produced in our plant.

. I Ir). RUNNING: OUT OF HOT WATER AND STILL PAYING| HIGH PRICE i I tor of Sports Afield Magazine. !

C. RANGE NOT PERFORMING AS GOOD AS SEVERAL YEARS AGO j I comes this tip: A baa .slle pork. .

. d. ESTIMATE ON HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEM i I rind strip on the hook will usually ;

. e. UNSATISFACTORY HEATING SYSTEM 1 I I I prevent log at any such speed a spoon- and from will'l'1' Our printers take pride in their work and you are assuredof

give It such superior action '

: Then Your Problem Could Be Solved Just By Dialing 225-5146 | will more almost strikes.Invariably But there get will a lOll be a neat, clean and accurate job. ,?

some days when nearly all the fish I
. If No Answer Dial 225-5207 : hit short strike only the rind and I II
I are not hooked unless you use I II
. eo at the rear of the rind, a tail hook. I PHONE

'" Good Housekeeping Gas Co. I: being slight weight sure does that not Its damage I 261.3686

. : action of the combination
. Howr you may ask. are you toI or
4 'a'.' I I know for sure whether your line-
: YULEE, FLORIDA Is being twitted. perhaps only I 261.3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER

I slowly and occasionally, so (that
; EXPERIENCED AND RELIABLE It will lake sonic lime to become ,
I twisted enough to give you trouble ...
: Additional Services Rendered : Fast. Efficient and Courteous Deliveries Easyl! Tie the middle of a match
or toothpick Into your line, Justahead '
Financing Available Full Line of Gas Appliances On Display. I of the lure and any snap I
. .101'I snivel Then make two or three I

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or place ad at 1 office Apply In person. at Seaside 21.1 mlntmu"",, IIO.! I AIDRET M. M el alNtthE I. .n.A.I'I' 'I'
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APARTMENTS one furnished. Seas Restaurant at beach Ph loch Sucllon I.Inch OlicharieHigh You and each of you are herebynotified TNt! STAT OF FIXRIDA( I ernandma, Heaoh Mori inV I I receipt of Mnv rnllprtlnn, J:
FOR SALE 1O AliCE WARD CAHROtL, aaAdministratrix >u are hereby .tided' tOil a lull
one unfurnished Apply 111 S minimum that a lull. his been filed I :
Fd SlratiKlin rllrerlnr of the Flor.
2814204 tfc load carbon bearing or aqulv..I agalnat you In Ihe above entitled of the nUle nf has been filed agIitIo lonul nr thejlwne
SIts SI. Ire alenlBronre I oauie and that you are hereby required ROBERT!!: II. CARROLL unit entitled calm. and ( ynu. Ida Rpvemie, Commission ,$id lo.
or equivalent trrllvlrtunllvBox ire heieiireiiulred, I tn tile vi ur uns
ANTIQIWL /* Pltrher not. 7rL 1 FIVE ROOM furnished apartment. Nationwide: Insurance Companiesneed Must meet logo papuillv, Inw iipeedpositive Clerk of lo the file Circuit your aniwer Court. with and 441 Folkitun eorgla,. .ir with Ihe i li-rk nf Him Cmrl day .
f Mrs. D A. Kelly Phone 281. 432 Norlli 3rd Phone 261-4945 t representative In Fernan- diiplacement" heavy duty ap onrol cn p thereof upon It,' Ih.1 You are hereby notified hal a null inli I memo e a copy thereof up" 'n Slraimlin laid) Miv eolleellnna.,
I I ullcallona tiff 0: PiaitCtitts. Attorney, : 'r: has been filed agalnul' you In the the PUmliff' nr Plumntitf's' Attorney, bused on April bnslnoM totaled
3872.' Jllc JllCCOMPLETE1.7 dma Beach You will have an Mutt be delivered r 0 I*. Fernandlna nod to'JAMES above cauKe l and mat you are hereby otm.n! onao'sr ml .dd.... .Is:
I 05(05( ""
_ 1 I not later W. PETTYJOHNI fbIsoouravnorcwmih Alhln C Thnmpaun, J,. $20)23101) which was an Inctwucof a
: exclusive for Fernandlna
contract 'dolo
ar'ALCoN' DELUXE. ttandardihlft i FURNISHED houst lOon , days ld.fI.. ewurd I Title Bulldln.Jul'k.onvlli. I the Cierk I the c'inult Court and I All,irnev At Law U2i.9nl! or Ill'! 111 per rentover
I Beach and the surrounding to serve a' upon the li: ,I All,in,Ic Avenuerirnanritiu
nf bid copy
/ .. W II lire. IfM than 11001 North log t, Florida the simp month fur 1 the
I I Sleeps 10 Fletcher oloieanlront area Sell all lines Fire Auto Hide Khould: be filed with D 0 not Inter than June Und IflM If: Hlnunilti or PI Hntirta iiltnrncvwhrme lle-in, Flnrldl pre.
,Rlllta, $1,250. 201.34111 i after 8 I I Ph 2G1.J6Ti8: tIeFURNIShED Oxley, Clerk to Bnurd of CuiimConunliml you full tn do an Decree Pro Conleico name and afldrem In' Merouiy nil liter, hull July lllh, I 11114. vlwu jonrPlsral .
Life Health personal and commercial ,,nerl, NJHIIU Oiunlv FIT elereri N Kuvuikllll' P O Molt 4IU. t'.rnll": If vim fill lo di 10 !>tor'r. Pro I
p.m. tfc Contact H. Schlrmer I Ida, mil liter. than 1000 oiliick A -I.h.d.: .., .d".1 n. .,louooi.I:;: :.1 Ulna llFuih. Horldj not lalrr than ('iiiifu.ip will I h. entered ag ilnut, viu I year cullrrtiin. July
I APARTMENT M I M June 111th. I lied al which time( The nature laid lull being I 'finforeclneure the Mlh day uf July A, I D HM4 for the relief demanded In the Com. through May, tnlal' $211.Bnfl.21S,.an
1962 RAMBLER American ear 2. I S. 7th 81, Phone 261-4689 tic District Sales Mgr., 39C6 Blvd. i lame mil 1 be ;opsnwl. read and: con I : tOo following deicrlb: I If you fill:: in di to, Decree; Pro I 1,1"lnl.: increase of 20.M per rent or $.46..
door deluxe good condition Ph. Center Dr., Jacksonville, Fla I tilleredIne I ed property iltualed County t'ohl ensooiithaeotere' 'I eg:ilnm you He niture: nf mid lull being for
1------- 359.2806 Jllp Hoard reiervei the right to tit Naiiau and Slate I o'nFIrd.::; ., more I for the relief demanded" In Ills Cum dUorin 129(137.( Slrnuphn said
m-8775 JUc I 1I APARTMENTS Desirable loca. reject/ one or all bldi particularly, described enI : pulnl' I wtbNt201! my hon end Ih. ieat "It appear fairly certain w.
I of June, 1UM The niture, nf the suit beIng for nf said Court, at I errwndlna BeachNIMIIII ,
lion. Phone 261-4227 tIe Dated thIs lit dav I A Ir..t 0' and In Stctins II and .
TWO BEDROOM hotiw Nataau.vlll Hirry Ponle, Chairman II, township 4 Nell UEast. Forei.luiurv of Mi,rig,'.. em'.un:'her. ('",,"tp. lorlda, thIs nth dnvl will make our eMImale of S2E8,
l- mile PUBLIC NOTICE B.iird of County ConimlMloncriN Nisosmiu y.M. p'iimrlta' I log me fi Him'Ing demnlitd prtperiyllu ;> limn, A D. 11154.itC.ALI I 000,000 for the first year of the11NI3.65
/i from boat .
ramp 12 D 0 OX1 FY:
VACATION HOUSE deeps County. Florida ttiitrsparticuiorty described as "ited "Hr NJHKUU County, Florida, a "
Terms arranged! David Everett Oceanfront fenced yard Fur. IN THE CIRCIIT: COIIIT: OF THE ATTEST : i lo.wit: D 0 Oxlev, Clerk ol t Ihe blennltim, SirauRlm said
FOURTH JuDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF D. O. Q..V.. Clerk : nf beginning commence The (1'M of Ihe North, (Ircult tour In and PirNoenu 'and pl'l hal'l end the [Ural yrar
Cook 281.3009. Jllp nlshed Phone 261-4174 tie THE: STATE OF LORIDA, IN at 8. IllsPUBLIC I or a .at'point the corner common to I half Hi, )hna'h.? :( dumb Ext qair'Icr : County. FlnrlrliFiurth \ with an nvorflKP.
AND FOR NASSAU CKINTV' IN Jurililal, 1 Circuit nf
I --'- and In Uie ti, I of the South quar
Portions II li, 13 14
SPrclAL" 48' chain link fence I YULEE UNFURNISHED :2 bedroom : I.c.r.l.o No, nato Tow nohin and Range afnrementlonrxl l Sec 1',1 i of lie Union tvrnii Florida' "WP SIC well pleased with enl.Ipetlims ).

WIth steel 1 posts 2Qe per lln house, dinette area llv- r : PKt1ITC CORPORATION NOTICE unri run theme North cbs, 11)1 olnrrnlKe knmn in 'IM Him,.. k Alhln: C. rhnmnwin, JrAiirimv and ennpilullv, with Ihe
I l teell i nil In rmnuhlp Inrce ill, fir Pliunlirfli
foot Will :IiiK-jll Free csllmnlos, Inn room combination screened PI.IIIIIII'I I NOTH OF API'I.ICATIOKfKIR IV nine IN dt-grei'l eli lea.iee.41, frtp.nne WI tttbtitibelWent ailing I North Ilinni Tvinlv, Fmr 1 Hti >. All.:ntli) Avenue"Tin I rllml, >lInnrl' irctird, of HorJila .Jjx.payirs .

no down payment Call 2dl W\\ back and VI' TX DrFD the line dividing. mid Sections Iiand :ml of the Tullahuimee Merliil, in, .uiiiii, ..i .heath. Fliirlda Thtlr rmipi' 'n'lon' and re.sponne .
porch utility room FRED IOII"MO'd! JILIA: JOHNSON See. IM.IS, F I. luhjeit lu lughwava and, run. 41 SIb. la, 'J I
of hundred
today, Coastal Fence Mfs, C". I carport. Near Terminal Bag hli wife, NOTICE 18 HtHEItY GIVEN, that! 14 forty a dlalance nine and .n.nly..lxl three tailing Ten lui A m'resim f land, has b<'en trempndnin"Collections

tIe Phone 2254374 tIc n.'IIII"1 I C C l-uqua the holder ol the followIng hundredths (thou lit feet to a point; "'u'. or leu according lo ilovern PUBLIC NOTICE of the five per,cent
NOTICE OF SI certificate II.. filed laid certlflcatei run theme North 'I'ty.lo..r degreei I went SurveyTigether I II wholesale ipnrtlnfl Koodn tax' for
THE!!: STATE OF I LOHIDA TO: deed to be Issued
for a tax with
/ seconds : NOTICE CHOPS: THE i'iCThTIlLSblAME
NICE. LARGE LOTS for M'C"ood : McCRANIE ARTS JULIA and fifty rnlnuMi ten I totaled $87,4110. bringing total
FRED JOHNSON and thereon The certificate number tail (NS4 degreei 51'.10" El:, l Spartan HouKe Trailer !Serial NoUi I LAWN :Nay
teim, One quarter mile THREE ROOM DOWNSTAIRS JOHNSON huinand and will yean of i Itiuance. the deicrlpllonr of diet secsmffins hundred eighty I 54 1(18( with furnlihlng I "lice Ii hereby given that the un collpctlon for the cm rent fiscal

South of Flv. Points on Amellnltd. furnished apt. Private bath. Utilities <;eneral, iSetionryIttittard Florida I the It wai properly ineiied and are the aa names follow In, which even to a point unit elnsientlms In the center I9ST9I of feel the Bellulre liellalie, Streen Cabana 1100'110 It X M X heel.11 FertUtllaue I derma Nmie, led siiluie', puriuml H'iu.e li BUI "N'">,'IIU"'I 1179: year in $11141117. Collt'rtions [fur

Call) 261-5421 tfp hot water washing ma. You and each of you are hereby Certificate No HI Year of laeunnre p.v.m.nt of U. B. Highway Num Aluminum ilarage M X 20 (''n''.pier N.>. 201193, Laws of Fl..nda, May drnpptd H2087? or 4H40. ,percent

YOUR chine furnished $11.23 week ol notified that a suit h.. been filed 1001 bee I: run thence Id,uth forty, :indegrees I lcd And III'' on property I I 11141 I. will resliter' ulih' Die Clerk ofHie unriir collirllons repotted In
CHOICE six fine horses afaiiM you In the above entitled Dencrlptlon of Property Block 116 I ilxleen' mlnulel EaitS I ) Huud r.IO Tank, Cliittll C mrt In and fur NJIIJIIi
Vernon Lee next In Bole's Cm.dtry $40 month, Completely renovated cause and that you are hereby required Lots S, S Town nf Hllllard | 410 degre.s'bO'EI along lb.rector Deep Well and i'um. EutraI Flirlda, upon reielpl of preot Apt'II. ,? ,:
ALSO BEACH RENTALSCall la flit your aniwer with the NAME IN' WHICH ASSESSED: Herbert I. of aald pavement:: a an. caimerspacss. ,>J I9UO Pine "HeedIlnm of |lul lh'lIlIun nf this, n illie. the rirIIII.IIH tax rollertlons for'May
Phone 261-5908 tIe Clerk of Ue Circuit Court. and toterve A. Krog Apt 901, JW N Perdue I tonne nf fnw hundred and ninety \ planted February. IMUWlm I I i. "(tiC. limit Gasoline
W I. MtCranle 261-4642 foe a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff Oak Ridge. lennCertlflcHte sin awl fifty,ilx/hundredthl <1400' ,M my hand and Mill. of laid 1 fill I':111111> IKUCK TERMINAL Imitated 'IZ,47U.lCiI.I! tlicrenne oC
DUPLEX 322 SOUTH 8th 8t Information If no answer can or Plaintiff'! Attorney, whoae No till Year of Iiauance I II I Mi. feet to a point where lbs een Court m I ernunillnu Dem h. Florlilut I I Umkr o mitt I urn ensuued In hunt $70JIU3! undir April --' ;
name and addreii ItAlbin : thatDescription tee of the said, pavement li Intenterted t 1..1. Kith day uf June. A. D HIM .
261 90.15 Ire .
IlorM plus Income 4000. of tn flit M4Pg './HO OXLrV CPti5att .
Property ISrAI:
C by Ibis line dividing en>.,inert In Ii uilne ilx (tube
28MH2) J15c$2N Attorney l.o'rhrlr.::: I :J4 i o. lOse. Setttun al tP 9 trctlmi 19 and IJ ueinenlloned, ; Clerk of Cluuil t'.mil: .i I Nirlh nf Yuleu on U. 8 17 PUBLIC NOTICE :
' "- SCOTTY TRAVEL Trailer Com. SOS Atlantic AvenuerernMndlna Range 14Name run thence North eigtit.nine de 41 Oil IH, ill, Unit: lie: only till ty Inmrenleil In

DOWN, IM month will buy a pletely equipped. Sleeps five Ueaclt florida In Which Aliened Arthur 1 lines, torty.sia miilulei Wed aid lnl.llie.l enleipilhe la Pail 8iies1 '| IV' TIlE' fOlRT'OF fHB
13034) O slivers owl Claude Reynolda IN reei41'.Wl along tie s1 eil IH, 19 71 Fill TIIRJJrn) ('IRdtT'lNAMI
newly decorated, tWit bedroom Make your reservation Scotty not later than July lit, 1M4 If you 444 B Bin( St Jacksonville. rlorldaCertifloote : :9dl1.:' Secllonl I! and It PUBLIC NOTICE I roll NA'
komi Total) price $8500 Cal' Trailer Sales, Ph. 261-3474 IoU tii do ao 0..... Pro Confeiao 1B61Description> No 71 Year of'' Iiiu I a dlitunce of four hundred .iglity.nina MOTICH' TO TRFniTOggrlOKIDA PUBLIC NOTICE I-1..OK 111 A. IV' I'HANI'FRY,
entered for the gore
will be
ugalnrt you and IIvtnly-lh..lbun IASI.: ,
SI.II71. trc. ;; relief demanded In std Complaint. of ",,: rYHliiia.nek III I (489731 feet ti a piini of begin-' KTATITFHIN : rANNIK MOllY IIOOI'Fll.-! 5l'bahetiff ,
furn7shed P& Or HIM IDt'NTVJtUHF SOlUtE OF COlE
TWO BEDROOM. Lou il, 82 Town : I
The nature of sail lull being for from II.e land thus .
l: ng omitting NA>*AI' (',)( NT", HIH Notice Ii hnrehv given' thuS, ,
S--call Name m Which Aneiied: Mrs :
TOY TERRIER pupr Cool) Clean. Private Entrance orecloaure on Ue following de Malta achnimm, 34US Franklin deicrlbed all of the debit I IDA, IV" PHOMATKIn In. Final Deere. nf Fnreclnure ... .

261-4456 or see at 731 8. 14th 421 N. 3rd. tIe of ed 15 property uuuundatst.iltuated In eO the Florida County, Street ,Hellalre. Ohio- I of : r.'huf U i I been Included Number, the re RMale ofJOHN I entered I In riiuw, numlwrefl, rLVIN IHIN!! IIOOPrR 5 5 .
I I ....... the Clriull Court of NimliiiLiunly lielendintNOTIC
JIll duclbed All of said properly being In the a. ROIIAI, (I. :JlOl! : in
more purttcui.riy a : land thui conveyed ron '
trait P: OF I\t'IT
Slate of FloridaUnleaa ta AH Crrallora and Pernani Hat rlirldu, I will sell the |>ni'
of N .
,, County
TWO ROOM unfurnished house. I &ecllon 112' Townshiptat maui five hun
timing two and twenty / I ,, ,. STATE Ol I IIORIDA
mild iituiird Cuinlyli
I :
Demand tv
such certifirst.orrert. In (lilmi er AialtKI
W. I ( North Range Twenty ThreeJ3i : 11251 .. more or !lana, i a
TER PUMP 1/3 lip motor. tr Meridian flcatei bolt be redeemed accordingto dredlha ac. Eslateb, "', rid i. nVurilwd an: \ 1O. Elvis ton H'.JI"' |
East of
If!. (ai l, tank Used 3 months. Ph I ROOM FURNISHED garage ( In Lot Sixteen Tallohamiee I lilt) accordIng law the property rietcrined In ,u'hcarlII.I. \ WITNESS mv hand and official I norl dena'nd"q of yoanrs her.ltv !,.,! Twelve ( I Ui'. lImit''' Three I 111H I, (HIM, F.. 7lh nlrectPrl IrxmtVi ,
cerliflralei, wilt be auld seal nf laid Court In Ihe City of ,, 0:, trsoPOt moo Wl-5451, JUp .. apartment. 'to the Survey and map of the to the highest or bidder 01 the courthouse Kernnndli, Btiilh NaillU' <'ininly, ,iliilitia ond demands whli you or I ill I I. a. emrdiiig It pi il coon dct,, In mu are hen.liv n,it,fled that a
. ... *: urnwall recorded harm In the Lsnd Public Compunvat Recorda I door on the tint M .nduy itS Florida, ihli IK day of M iv, 1114SLA 1 either of you. may have again**! Ihe I Hint II,H,k J. IJIIHO 49, of ",. pulf I nil hm loon filed og "".1 you In* Iheuliove

D ft d GARBAGE!: Pick-Up 'ry SMALL Og!: bedroom unfurnished of Naraau County more partlcul Month of .'uiy. IIB4, which U the 6thdny ( I.I ItD O OXLEYO ....1. of John 8 Huliai, deteaud, lit reionl. i if N..uuouIIIJ)', entitled cuiise, and file that *yoiiure an
hereby required your
O Oxley Clerk of Circuit Florid .
Julv IDA4. of .,.Id Coumv In Ihe < ounlvJud ial
Phone 261.5223. J2Sp .,Iy deurlbed follow: Begin of ; 11111. ikiurt
owners ai Fourth Judicial I Circuit tn the hlgheit art er with the Clerk of thli
Court lor Id
house. of Dated, this 3rd day of June, laB4< "e nf Naioi.iu Cnunlv I I
--- nlng _at the Southed" corner SEAL D O OXLIC'tlerk nf Florida In and for Nunatl I hIs nfflee In Ihe court home :of n'.fJ ..tnIII.:: I. fir: cn.h, nl ihe mnlrenlrunte and I to aerve a cony: thereof: ai:: :iitIhe
said Lot Slntnen thin run West ( ) : I ,
SEE TilE NEW SANDY KOUFAX TWO ROOM furnished apart One Hundred leet iimg Ih. clehtof I l'lo.lda. MJ1 I, 20 i'uni 4, II Ida ssicrairn dir rnmllia from hiiuae in .lerniindina: < lleiith: Flirliliday"o'fnjiine ,, netti. and "r... la: ,
no prop no (can, pure thrust, way 0' the Cionty 1I..d. threc's County
25 of Inn b.twe.n II I I '.1 P n.,, Mercury N KinohiisP : .
It, II. II. -- Ihe lime of the first puhll..w'n'
veolclty jet outboard engine ment. run North One Hundred and Nlnty : I 4L- -- notice Two toplei of enh, ililnlor I tmn the |23111 A D I 11184I n nix 4iu .
H. r. BAHLMAN feel, their run E ustone Him D' II I) fIOUKY; Ferniimllnii, : ""I<'h. Flnrlih ,
imilkhiill IIFAII /
ahull lie lir wrlllng
Runs In 2 Inches of water 6 hours PUBLIC NOTICE ilvinand I
dred then ttiulh One Hun
feet I
I the plme I, of remdim-e' and riFflE: cincuir l"UUII1'I. not Inter: Ihon
per gallon Only $11995 Dealer PHONE IS13SU fired und ninety feet lo plme of PUBLIC NOTICE ml nlll"stale'. mlifremi of Its tluliniinl.: MAtInS ft 11'1'111 1"0111I If vmi fill In do an, 'Uriree'Trermifemn .
vimulnlng *l'HlIII oe NOTICE OF PIBIIC IIEARIVU: |" I. will ,be entered iignlnat >n.
Invited Write Box 236 tar.tIts. I VOTICP: OF INTFNTIONTO lie lo hy the tlulmnot Allnrncv8pun
Inquiries ,. and toil
ONE "UNFURNISHED upstairs MACE APPLKATION" NOTICE!: IS HERKIIY GIVEN: Ih,itorr :: und : It 8. fur Ihe relief ,Ittultled" ,,, In Ihe (iincplaint
hIs agent, t'nilornev v ueiinnpanled
Fernandlnn Beach Fla the S4lh day of June, I 1 '
WITNESS my had and ofrirlul teat FOR rINAL Dim SORtIE Wednesday fee IIf one dollar I
apartment, oceunsldc Y e a r of auld Court In the Clly of '.,,,,,n.din. elXIHIDA STATlTfS 1 11184> at S 00 O, 'lot'k P M II:e City. such by a claim filing demand rMto The, nature of said suit being l"r,
round 126 S Fletcher Phone Florida .tNADI4AU CommlHilon will hold a public hearIng end p crabs camounaxe tlnmatlves .
FT. THOMPSON: 225 Evlnrude Meach Naumu County IN COURT OP THE COINTV Jl Dl ;.I filed nhall lie void divorce
18 261-3138 Ire this tIIlb dip of May 1M4 COUNTV. STAtK Ol" In the City Commliilun' Himn, alI ANN! K. RORA by plantlnit 1 living spunRi'H ''lnort"'Y hand and; Ihe leifl' ql
electric Gator trailer. Phone (SEAL) j IIXIRIDA IN" PROIIATE: the City Hall. In the Cltv of Fernundlna I Ai merulor nf the lait Will balks Marlmland nf, old at I ernunrilna BeucrTNaiiuu
201.4390. tie. l.l D. O OXLEV In re Uie Estate of Ben. Florida upon a ul,1.1 and Testament of John gRotim un their Cninlv I l'I".lda. Ohms 5 day ,t
FURNISHED efficiency apart D. O. Oxlev, Clerk of the Circuit HARRY A. ELLIOTT I lupplamentlng the comprehensive mm rieieaaedTllOf I Florida report The crabs stem June, A' D I IIKI4.: oxi.Jl.CI..k .
ment on beach. Phone 261.4944 Court. Fourth Judicial Circuit ulHorlda 1 Deceased. In.a"\ nf Ihe Clly ..f I ernandmapuriuant '. J IIHAVE: JRMmrnev I to know that gpnnitt's soul t iwixlrutlnit ILIALl III D O :
f Cnirlf
fair condl- HeachBlock. to AI'I"c.II"n irilng of rircull
1953 CHEVROLET In and for Nanuu Countv To All Whom It Ceaeera: Exeiulrln4t
Reasonable Phone 261. after t tic I lorldaa Nome ,la hrV': that JnmeiH .. Number 1. lo deilgnule, toe eli. 11. as but Illllp crabs are 4t. 111, is n i*
lion, .
I .U. _
of Fornan. .
In the _
/ / Alhln C. Thompaon, 'r. St ovens filed his fimil' report aArimlnmiraior that territory --
5872 file VACATION APTS. Alhln C. Thompion, Jr of the emme of Haer;; mOna Beach, Florida deiirlnedfnlluwe on
Attorney for PlumtirtHM he filed hitttiio In.wit,
OCEANFRONT APTS, completely A. Elliott dereu ed: that
I Ml, kub A D C, E F IIH ',
: Atlmtlc Avenue and Ihi
for flmil rtlichnrie : I
TWO BEDROOM Home screened furnished Day. week or month Fernon-dlna Bench, Florida lie :will apply to the H"nll.ahl. J. E. of Lot 9, City: of Fernundlimto ; ; .

porch garage attached 300 584 S. Fletcher Ave 261.5878. tIc 41 64, II. 16 tt W'.lh..f".d.: County Judge of NanalCnunlv I"be 'a
h Florida, on Ihe 7th day 01 Rt DISTRICT' within' ttnmeanitog '
on Lofton Creek. dock horse ,
tails, fenced Ph. 261-4'00 Ire DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT -I Iunfurnl PUBLIC NOTICE .uly.flnnl 1084,dinharne for approval ai t Admlnlntruloof nf lame anfir Ing plan; of of the socht'mimpnehenolvec.o'City ..I I ernondlna

hed. Corner 4th and lbs entute of Harry A Elliott, dlceiiaed DID YOU KNOW
BABY TURKEYS for sale Nassau Calhoun, acrom street from .OR NASsAU cOtf4Ty, FLORIOIA on/./this JAMES 6th' day S nf,STFVENSAdmlnlHlrulor June, IINM' ars ..n file 0' mind.urh mllV'UI""y I lie' ...'lIIh..d, plan I"j ;;

Packers \ulec Ph School! St. Joseph's Academy NO 11211'1':1IF.HAL eMat' Thlictiunge '
River Meat I NATIoNAL MORTIIAfIIOASOOCIATION of: the Ih* omro nf the Cltv' Mnnnter:
223-5129, lIe Phone 261-4200 or 291-D80U.: tfc a eurpirjlkw erim. of Mjrry A. Flllott: deieiwee. ;, > In roning haN teen ,

--.----------. ._- ".da.odcras Act el ioniressied Thoa. J. Miuve. Jr. Attn ",f.nd..d hy the Hv Plunnmg Ailvln- -
41 84 II, in, 15 try Miiurd All .pfrnonn intvreiited ora .
entiling ptinuinl to the federal Natloul j
LOCAL BUSINESS Iw i.l emitS tine
SMALL, nHiried In premnl
"Mortiaie AiaiMlaUon ChanelAct
' slack t and'" equipmentBacfalu! MISCELLANEOUS Potion in prinrlpul. office 15 diclfy and plme; and they ihall lie heanl :
of h eremmndiifl
for cash or terms to responsibleparty. I '. of Makhlnflon, Dlitrlct 01 Columhla. Reach Fiimrida this Imol, day ul June. i ;

Call 261-4407. tic ; LOST STRAYED STOLEN IV IllS CIRCUIT c.L'R3RgrIT: 1084.
I' FOURTH A"ESTIM.Jo.Comml..lnn.
months old male Siamese cat. I OF FIORIDA, IN" AND
5 THE STATE ., E. J. I..hnlllll1.
....000 STEALS two story 2 apart Reward. Pant Klttrell, 207 S13lh MAE antRA MURRAY V, huiband and. PIaI.IIII'1 I' I OR NASSAU COUNTY IN thAW. J,. In Business Under A Fit-
ment house. Worth considerably phone 261.4381. flOe I ",' CURTAIN f FBV. .CAKF TCBII NO PRODICTS W2J CORPORATION ClerkI8EAU David M Jukhel, City Auditor and For Any Person Or Persons Engage

more Terms Conveniently FOR HEATING AND AIR.Condi. I I I THE STATE: Ol FLORIDATO DRAVTON Plaintiff.and HI' 21' ..., .. titious Name Unless The Name Is Registered I

Service call Dependable Tnnmat L. Murray, RnstdeneeMacny. JOHN CHARIF
< Honing : ; I alt, CONITANtE; 5)KA'sTO'O.5rtpnd.auis..
T Healing and Cooling Service Co. 1 unknownEula Mae Renldenceunknown PUBLIC NOTICE i
$7,750 BUYS 3 bedroom home outside Phone 261.43'0 or 261-3961 tIc I TO'
city limits. ---- -- JOHN HARLF'J UHAYTON Read This Florida Law.
roof" has filed .In.t HR MAMVAUrolKTV
CARPENTERING repair I that a bit been you Conntmie Drayl : IN ANII .
Nothing down to veteranit In the above.entitled cauie and thaiyou c'o : sTATE OK FIOKIIIA
painting Reasonable rates Cyril are required to file your answer I eneral; t Floridj D.llv.ryVul.e. IN' PROHATK

I servsirrtI p thereof upon the pldln h.. been filed ugjlnst you In thi MANIA WINl.ATF SWAII. defined herein to engage In
EXTRA attractive two bedroomhome whoin.m "It shall bt unlawful for or nn
"LET-S GET ACQUAINTED with I I till or plaintiff' e ullirneyii above entitled caui.e nnd you an Dereaied any person persons
naniisddren a U KNI< HT KIN OF P11.1511' PFTITIOV OHKIMARHl.P
Urge family room $8500 0 to file your aifswei without and
a Stanley Hostess Purty" Nellie I II CAID POLCHER lit HARRIS till with the required Clerk: of the Circuit Cour OP AhMINMTHATOH biiHlneflM an herein defined, under a fictitious name on herein defined,
frft llurnett Hank Building. Jaikionulie, ALL. WHOM 'IT MAY CONCERN :
tIc thereff thi
John T. Ferrelra Son I Costa 261.4415. I Florida 12202 not liter than July. t. and Plaintiff 0 osernesc or Plaintiff:py Atlorney upon wOos. J Nitlre Ii hereby given Ihul I filed unleM Mid flctltlouR name shall b. registered with the clerk nf the circuit court of

i iMOUS 1164 If you fall ta do aa a decree pro and addreia UAlbln : Final' set urnsus Admlnlntmliof ,
? I nais my
10* Atlantic A'.. Phone M1-S171 I LET ALCOHOLICS ANON confeno will be entered unmet you. I C. Thortpion. Jr.Attnee.y the En.ite of Maria WiniateSwalli the county where the principal place of business In, whUh registration shall consist'
for the relief demanded In the complaint
help with your drink. I for Plaintiff Deteaned; thai I have filed
318 :Kit Atlantic Avenue petition for final dlncharge. and clerk aforesaid affidavit !signed hy all interested perXbni
Box my of flllnu with the an
n EX ALUM CUSTOM MADE Inr problem fat I I Tnia lull t li to forecloie a mortgage I Fernandlne Beach. FlorIda f 132034 I I .will to he Honorable I F..

Venetian blinds measured and City or Phone *. El. 6.1700.FLOOR The real properly proceededagalnit not later than June 24th IM4 If )eu Weather'urd, County u'1:11' of Nai': !stating under oath the name of all those interested In the business enterprise, thje'
lit, lull to do 10 Decree Pro C nntel,aha will silo County Florida on I. IIMMfw '
Installed Wide range! of calon. SANDING and rtflnUhInf Lot Ten tint, liintk Three. Ill. entered agjinnt you for the re lie' approval nf 0 hasanoue tO lit under which wild busineM fe
PORTER LOVEQUIST Color ECANS MEADOWS. Unit One (III demanded In laid Complaint! .rT: Final Diitharge aa AdinMilrator. ul extent of the Interest of each, and the fictitious name
Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson according to .recorded d In Plat noturaofa id lull being for: ,.. the Eitute of Marlii Wlngate Swalla, denirlni
Center. Phone 261-3088 tff Phone 81-4609.. tie Bfxk 1, Pigs 49 of the current arena the follov.ine, : demrlbed proper. Deceased carried on. !Snld registration: may not be made until the person or persons
public record of Naiiau County tv minted In the Counly of Nauei June I 1IK14A"'DREW their
2121 Belvedere Ave. WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS : and male of Florida more partlculirlv IWAILITAdmininlrikir I to engage In business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or ins
hand the" unit of described ai: of the Eil:ile of
11)000) Two bedrooms Large! Flor. any make Stoves
Ida room. $ISO!) down Owner. will Buy, sell, repair used furniture this l lIt th day of Ma y' A. D 11JCI4.I of.I'u iiluate I I lying and ,being' In eeaiedTHOMAS ,
1 of N aasaaso d Ktateof "I 0. 0 OXLEY defined law In the county
take tIc weeks In an by
lot mortgage. Ph Hester's, Yulee I 4/5-5294. I Clerk of the Circuit: Court Horlda. known and deicrlbed Attorney fir Administrator. Mime newspaper

(COURT SEAL) II: II North Fourth SlreetI tlon I I. l he made and snld, rczlitration hall not IM accepted by the clerk of; th
iwiLL NOT be responsible for I 41 881 U. .... II Commencing at a point where I ernandma Beach, rioridj4t .* to ,
sag Amelia Dr. the Eait line of Section 42 Town S-4. II, I*. il "
any debts Incurred by anyone strip 1 North Range 27 Cant In. circuit court except upon receiving prm>f of Utah pulilifiillon. J

$12,WO, $400 down 7 room home. other than myself (signed) I I PUBLIC NOTICE teriecti the Southerly: right' of way* *
line. nf State Road Nn 410 la 7t .
Benlarrrlit C. Taylor J25p NOTICE INOPR HCTITIOIS R Wi, t hee'ecun North 14 de. land reserved adluoent la the Went

IN:! South 4th i I Notice li hereby NAME' given LAW that the un. greet Southerly Sfl minutes right nf Went way along of Slit the nf sills land of and the: above running" deicrihed North 14 trait de If You Are Engofed In Business Under Any Name Other Thai) \

will take fir IIIUU7 fret to a II mlnutn Caul from the
$3500 $'iOO down. Owner derngned, punujnt tn "Flttllloua Road No mil green
SITUATION ....." 1119ChjBier point theme Sooth :U degree. 01 6. w. Cor .., above dewrlhed Iriutnl AdYlrtised.
lot Name lit. H IUM Bill No Hod This Name Properly
mnrteanc No WIMi. Laws of Florida nunutee East for 777 110 feet to epi land ta Ihe North Moodier Your Own, And Hare Not

WANTED I list, will refiner with. the Clerk of .Hit. thence South (17 degree.! 17mlnulM line uf land now owned by Oliverllenderion
the Ctreult ourt In end for Naiiau Fan for li feel I ) a for Egrets aiKI Ingress Informa

Ocraifrent ''fi'E'' 'Aiiu. COLORED GIRL wants i,I of Courty publication e lorlda of upm this receipt notice of tile proof,,,,. point mlnulei, throve We.t Woulh for 14197 14 degree feel to! an 21 W{TtiibSe)onl.-I': hanel and ofrlilal. And Registered, See Your Attorney For All Necessary

Two story duplex. from hard road work baby sitting -I leer. thence North 75 degreei, 3V saab of said Court In the City ol t ernandlne :
towltMAXWtLLS i
domestic till name : :
to water $10000 Good home, day or regular Experienced. Ph. I S *. 10 I Iron minutes and point Cant nf ftc beginning M teat theraecontinue 10.11 ,Ihla fieaeh lIst day. Naiaau of May ounty' IM4 FlorIda tion As To What You Should D. j

plus Income. 261-4733: JUP I I Under which we are engaged In North 73 drgreei 39 mm (Seal) it: 6 O OXLEY .
buimeilWe utea East fir !M feel to an Iron. D O Oxley. Clerk of the tiriuli
CONTACT PETE INGRAM are engaged In busIness el thence South 14 d.frees 21 mln Court Fourth Judicial Circuit ,,f I I
NEED A GOOD baby-sltler CallAlice 119 Atlantic Ave, ernandma Heach u... W..I 'n r 100 leet to an Iron. Florida. In and foe Naiiau Cuunty, NEWS-LEADER !
Salesman Faye Decry 261-3fflO! Ire lie thence !South 71 riegreei M mmutee ., Florida FERNANDINA BEACH

1.. L. BchanwMi Agency Thai the only partlea IntereiUd Inlaid Wed fir M feel lo an Iron. AbOut C filr.:: .. .
Phone. M1-5KI bunneia enterprue) are M,. and Ounce North 14 degreei 21 mmutea Attorney for .
13 North
Mri A B Maxwell tern Malwell East far bOO feet to en Iron JOt: Atlantic Avenue -
*Ws sclicil Lbtligs Aereaf." W- Jti.iA3l.'l ala acre*. Tk*> 10 a M' aWiy <4 40 ,,,. t-t, U.I if,


News-Lender Fernandma Beach Florida Thursday June 11 1964
Page Twelve ,
:: last 2 year of the program Pre services There are 350 licensed
Reports From Washington sent law does not provide ear. Nursing Home r homes of the throe! types In the
: PINE I of funds beds
. "At marking for modernlza. state with 14b64
G. Brooks, Pastor
The Churches SUNDAY:Rev W.SERVICES: Dy Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews tlin but under this bill specific Seminars Slated The seminars will be conducted

9.45 AM. Sunday School INCREASE IN SAVINGS AND WATER RESOURCES: RESEARCII sums are earmarked for such mainly to review recently adopted
ST. PETER EI'ISCOI'AL IK1MK OF .'EAt'RLV1'IIEItAN purpose varying In amounts and I rules and regulations for the
CHURCH running through 1969. The bill adds For Florida Cities
CUURCIIThe homes but
every phase
Donald R. lllmmrlnun Pastor !grants! for area wide health facility
Rev. Jams II hliinor Rector 8:30: P.M. ., Training Union HOUSE of home operatic will be covered
1:3d- A.M. Holy communion Phone 261.50J4 7:30 P.M. Evening Worship The House after a lengthy de- planning In metropolitan JACKSONVILLE Nursing Including medical services, envir
: ................ 9 45 : areas on a 50.50 Federal.Slate
1000: AM Choral Eucharist :Sunday School : a m. Wednesday Service' bale adopted a motion to recommit The House has voted approval, home operators and public health mental health faclort dining

11:15: A.M. Church School Worship Service 8.30 a.m. 7:30: P.M. . Prayer Service II It 5130 la amend the Fed. with amendments of S. 2. a bill matching basis Stales are permitted personnel from all over Florida and recreation storage heating.
6:30.: P.M. Episcopal Young 'frtt rral Deposit Insurance Act and to establish water resource centers to use 2 percent of their will attend three seminars this air conditioning and ventilation
ChurchmenThis S7. PAULS LUTHERANCHURCH ftClltltCII Title IV of the National Housing at land grant colleges In all allotments, not to exceed $r>0.000 a month to learn how the homes may fire and accident prevention, and

( Is the schedule of every OF CHRIST Act relating to the Insurance of 50 states and In Puerto Rico 1 year, for State administration of I be run better waste handling
Sunday with the exception of the Amelia City Neu Interttttioi South 14th Street savings and loan accounts withrespect had the privilege of Introducing a the construction program on a 50- The sessions In Jacksonville
C. L.
Dr Nayflcld director of
last. Sunday of the month) I AlA Earl Hilbert, Minister to the maximum amountof 50 matching basis The total I authorizations
companion bill to S. 3 In the the State Board of Health Divls- i be In the Board of Health auditor.
Sunday Bible Study.. 10:00 ..m. contained In the bill
-ttLAST A. V. Gerkhirdt, Pastor :
Insurance which be
may provided House and am highly gratifiedwith lum In Tampa at the Greater
SUNDAY OF THE I ':00 a m. Morning Service Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. thereunder House approval of !this legIblallon amount to $1.36 billion over a S- Ion of Hospitals and Nursing : Tampa: Chamber of Commerce
I Worship .. 7:00 .m. In Homes said the boardl'hlch :
MONTH: Evening p period. my opinion the
I ir The proponents tit tills It'liisla.l l It provides $88 millionfor year licenses the homes will conduit : and In Miami at the Dade County
7:30 A.r.f. -. II"ilv Communion tttf' A Hill-Burton program has been one I I
sritiNTinii nUTISTCHURCH I lion sought to rube the Insurance a IO-yt'ar program and calls the Ncmlnuis June 13.18 In Jicksinvllle Health Department auditorium.
10 00 A.M. Miming I of the most successful and meaningful "
: Iraycr
on accounts In banks and investments for establishment of a center atone ; June 18.19 In Tampa and Sessions for the administrators
and Sermon Slate Iliway 107 NanMutK!! (HUUII: In savlnxs and loon assesclutlona land grant college In each Federally sponsored pro. June 23-24 In Miami for public will be In the morning only at the
11:15 AM Church School ,. John Duller, Pastor I would be grams and I voted for an extcn- I
lie Dan E Wade 1'antor Riv from $10000 for each de. Stale Federal grants I health personnel.. same locations In Jacksonville and
fi:00 P.M. Episcoj' Young Pantors Prayer Time I Church School..... ll:45 A.M. posltor In an Insured bank to $75000 the first year and each I lion of the services outlined In 17'' Miami but the Tampa administrate .
Seminars will be held June
Churchmen (For Men) .......... ............. 7 a.m. Worship Service ,11:00: A.M. year thereafter additional Increments tills bill.FOOD seminar will be at the Cordon -
-ttft v> Sunday School ......,... 9:45: a.m. Youth Meetings ...... 6:00 P.M. may be added until the fig. STUDY I'In Jacksonville, June 20 In Tampa. I Keller School of Nursing on
FIRST ASSEMBLY! Or COD) I ... ... .. 7:30 PM : I and June 25 In Miami for administrators
Morning Worship .. ..... 11 am Church School : ure reaches $300000 by the filth I Davis Island
R... E. A. Lewis, Faster Training Union, .......... 6:15: p.m. -tr year. Additional funds would be I The House has passed a bill establishing :I of nursing homes. homes I II

10:00: am. _?.__.. Sunday School Evening: Wor hip ........ 7:30: p.m. I BIBLE BAP11ST CHURCH available to the research center a National Commissionon for the aged and homes for specialof the color and texture of Its skin

11:00 a.m. ._........ Worth'p!': Service Wednesday t I 421 Suutl! 6th Street\ wdt on a dollar.for.dollar matching rood Marketing to study the'I for camoflage Octopus are known

<:30 p.m. .... C. A. Youth Services !Men\ '* !Hour of Power .... 1 p.m. I I Johnny L, King Pastor I basis The money will be alloeat. I II fund Industry from the farm to I Fernandma Reach Miss Jan I II I to turn white, red. brown or greenish .
T:30 p.m. Evangelistic, Service I !Prayer Service ." :30 p m'Whosoever ed on tie basis of specific research the consumer The American con.suincr 'I but never black according toMarlnclund
/ of Mr Em.
Jackson St.
; : i Sunday: Services: I Augustine:
Thursday mid week service will' come"fr projects gets the best food bargain I I I of FloridaHELP ,
._._... School I Williams of Aluchuu Mr Mahlon
7:30 pm -ft 10:00 A M ? Sunday i[ f Water Is a serious national problem + In the world, In 1)63) consumers cry ;
I ... .... aspects Senator Ettcr Usher! of ChiiflanrtMr :
6:30: .. .. ... .
pm ? ? the farm, but from that
Re J. T. Dunnam Pastor sum
INITH PrSmoSTMlit:: ; ; B.TU'I In almost every Slate. This Geo S, Mlt
Hall Mr
7'(00 P.M. Men's Prayer Nicky
(' Hi'II Worship Services: :30 A M + legislation will now enable each I farmers received only $213 billion
l chell Mr !Ham Gordon and Mr,
It 7:30: .m. Evening Worship *
South Kid St. Ph. 2fl.302 :00 AM: I I Tuesday p I State to develop programs for and Mrs. H L. Gardner Sr., all STOP
Rev W. W. Roland 8.00 : studying water problems peculiarto This Study will not be a witch
7 00) .. ._. .... VisitationPrayer of Palatka: and Mr and Mrs W, MALICIOUS
Sunday School . 10 am. Sunday School __ 945: P.M'j' : p.m. I Its particular situation L'nlver. hunt but will, we hope provide H Chandler Mr Bill Combs Mr.
Meeting Wednesday! 7:30:
Worship Service; 11 a,m Trlllnlnll Union 6:43: ally of Florida scientists participated guidelines for reducing the! spread Billy P. Mitchell, Mr. Thomna WOODSf

Prayer Meeting Tuesday( 7:30: p m.1Hbie Prayer Service ,.__ itt In the Committee hearings between farmers returns and ultimate (Tom) Dobson: Mr and Mrs Wm,

Study Thursd,ly 7:30: p,m, 7:30: p.M./ >T. Mlt HA LI'S CATHOLIC and made sound contributions to I consumer costs: for improving E. Elmore, and Mr Edgar| John- BURNING '
/ the total In of the trade
CHURCH testimony support foreign position sin, all of Gainesville
the bill. I and the domestic marketing conditions .
I Rev Leonard Duncan, Pastor '' Oilier welcome visitors wire the a
Sunday Mans ?....??_ 2nd 4th A coordinating auniy will beset : of aiiileullurul commxll- Gainesville Sell M>| Safety Patrol, .
Sunday . 7KI:( ) am. $200(10( and the same amount from I up to Insure there Is no duplication ties: and for reviewing the var. and the Senior Classes of Buni i

Sunday Mere ................. 1st, 3rd the present $10000' to $20000 fur of federal effort in study. lose competitive factors of the nel Callahan Cedar Key Chief

sill Sunday, 10.Oil a.m. each share account holder of an dog water problems Ofal this nation::: i iI food Industry to Insure maximum land Fort White, and St. Augustine .
Monday Young People 1 p.m. Insured savings and loan association am Informed that committee, opportunities for the private rn ,I HlfcH Schools.
Tuesday, Novena Services 7:30: has already been appointed by I terprlse system and for the .- -- --
p.m. During debate It was pointed President J. Wayne Rcltz at the mate welfare of the consumer

Dally ___..........?? 8 a.m. out that our Insurance celling University of Florida to prepare CONGRESSIONAL Uill-I

Saturday ............ Convent Chapel started out at $2.MO In 1933. It preliminary plans for the water SYSTEM
I I 1:30: Communion In Convent was raised to $jOOO within the research center Inasmuch as the

i year, In 1934 and for tome 10 University Is the primary land With the passing of Clarence Warm Thanksfor
TABEItNACI.E BAPTIST years (there was no change It was grant university In Florida Cannon, the great Chairman of the My

I CHURCH then changed from $3,000 to $10,- MILITARY CONSTRUCTION House Committee on Appropilatlons .
000 coverage In 19oO Proponents It Is reassuring to note that

VACATION SPECIALI! i Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 argued that the time had now APPROPRIATIONSThe his successor will be another able ... ... --... -.
Rev. Lojd Chambtra Pastor I and dedicated American, the lion. I
come when the amount should be House voted 340 yeas to {
School ............._ 10 the
TRAVEL EN COOL COMFORTGET Sunday am further increased; however, opponents nays In support of the appropriations orable George Mahon of Texas t
Morning Wo'ship ........._ 11 am felt that any further Increase for military construction for Critics of the seniority system .

Evening: Worship .............. 7 pm In (the ceiling would be accompanied the Department of Defense for should note that because of this wonderfulvote

Wednesday Service ............ 7pm. by other appropriate fiscal year 1965. The bill provides system there are always qualified
CLARDY COOL CAR changes In the basic law appropriations totaling $15)9914.!) I men to assume responsibilities andsupport

AUTO AIR FIVE POINT! BAPTIST 500 which amount Is $279983500 that are vacated because of death
I CONDITIONER CHURCH below the budget estimates and I or resignation I know of no other that '

I INSTAI LCD] I FOR AAA t:45 am. _. _.. Sunday School CHURCH Of" GOt and $13.134.500 above the 1964 appropriation system of filling Chairmanships
AA ?- ,
be the
Sti.HIT. that would as effective as
Cor. 4th and Cedar
$ATU.UU 11:00: am. __.. Morning WorshipS carried me
? 4s
Plus Sales Tux L. Marvin Johnson Pastor seniority system Congressional vk
:30 p.m. __ ? Training Union HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL I most
critics of this procedure are
Phone 261-3807 ,
UNITS FOR !MOST\ MAKES\ OF CARS ',':SO p.m. ___- Evening Worship .. School FACILITIES LEGISLATIONThe often those who will not have I so near ; dq
Wednesday service, 7:3Cp.m : ( 10:00: a.m. ._ Sunday
prayer of
SERVICE FOR ALL AUTO AIR CONDIT10XL11S 11:00 a.m. ........ Morning Service House has passed H. R. I much of a chance because in
short tenure In office, to achievethe victory
y P E Friday Evening 7:30: p,mT 10041 to Improve the public health I
'tltr of Committee.
AT :30 p.".. .?? .? Evening* Service through revising consolidating, Chairmanship a I
CALVARY BAPTIST CIIURCII and improving the and my campaignfor
Prayer meeting Wednesday hospital | VISITORS
Bailey RoadJ. 7:30 p..... other medical facilities provisionsof )I
Sunday School ................ 10 A.M. OF GOt) OF The bill among!! other things have Included: Mr and Mrs E.I I
232 S. 8th Street Phone 261.5776 Morning Worship ........?.. 11 A.M. PROPHECY extends the present Hill.Burton I T Martin of Keystone Heights( : Registration.

FveningService .......0. T:30 P.M. I Rer. II C. lrury. Pastor hospital construction program Mr and Mrs Hicks Griffin, Mrs :
-- Wallace M. Jopling and Mrs
,. 10:00: am ..?........ Sunday School I which expires June 30' 1964, for 5 I James Y Wilson of Lake City; I

I ,l 8I 11 a.m. ................ Morning ServUe years Existing law authorized Mr T L. Drake of Florahome; I will ever be grateful for this fine
7:45 p,m. .......... Evening Service appropriations for grants for the. I Mr: Thomas Brooklns and Mr J: I
l 7:45: p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. Service construction of public or nonprofit 0 of Chienand Mrs endorsement the of Nassau
((1)) hospitals and public health Beauchamp : ; by voters *
for people
young F, H Gibbons and Lt Colonel
centers: ((2)) diagnostic or treat
.. I Or I H Gibbons of Archer I
MEMORIAL METHODIST ment centers: ((3)) hospitals for the I II George ; County.
S and Mrs Clarence Smith of
( 111 and ((4))
1 i CHIRCHNtlron I chronically Impaired: '
"' ICII Micanopy; Mr W. F. Gavin of ,
rehabilitation facilities: and ((5))
P. Pastor
Gulf Hammock, Mr and
9:45: a.m. ...._....... Sunday School I !pursing homes I, Otha Winningham and Mr.
11:00 ... Morning Worship I This bill authorizes approprla. I Mrl'j '
: a.m.
I 1, ? ? lions for construction and modern: : Mrs U. D Floyd of Rut LOUISE JONES WINGATEPaid '
8:15: MYF Supper A Programs
1 III ? I Rev. J. Hilton Olive of
I matins of hospitals ranging from
I 3rd I $ISO million: for fiscal year 1965 Springs: Mr, Wayne Bays of P mil ul Adv.
I In'j
30 ,.11I. __. Evening Worshipr I
1 1Ij1 '* oCr to !Iao_million _annually for the terlachen; Mr. Richard W


9:45: a.m. ................ Sunday School i I
11:00: a.m. ......- Morning Worship -

1 1 1 (6:30 I: p,m. .......... ...... .. ..... BTU Mabel. take look at this
', w uull'' 7:30: p.m. .... Evening; Worship a
I It 7:30: p m. Mid-Week Services'It

1 l m ''1Nbp 111 I Ii i low-priced FRIGIDAIRE Dryer. .

t r It dries breeze-fresh!

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I but may hi |,crili,us. I lied ,tnly,
f fur in, +nnci, m II ime .nrxaiii New convenient Fabrics dial.
!bill a bad I nusler.
Producers and,I suppliers; of
electrify die (hilly .m.uc, tf a Wrinkles.Away drying for all Wash & Wears.
the risks if iiiij'riir| h.ullllilll
t.r( electrical t'IIC'IIY' and I through"
if ret/ IHI lIIelit and I t.fll.( '.
lip 111 l : ne ney lime mile ileitiuily a i Dries breeze fresh safer than sunshine! Flowing

I :4 .moll life an elcKiie they "I know 1'wIoIle"i'cly1Iu I h"w No 'S1 Heat tumbles clothes gently on a cushion of air,

ctl ..o|.liisl\ ration eluiMi- ;t pampers finest fabrics! Gently dries every piece clear
to 'iota elm cuiuuuer.title .
_ of th''I'mint II ,lino 1\M through-no hot spots, either. No sun.fading!
or[ electric niship is the il i-(iturself -
).' { Ijii-lnicnt\ Bud, 1I.1tI1.I \ 1

111 tout' < These pr" perly. in III.IIIY installed, i intimrs e'IIIII"| |". )' In many dryers, lint cleaning's a real chore! Not In

rule an o\'t'rlu.,1, with its rick t Frlgidaire! Easy.reach, no.stoop lint screen

1T ADD A PHONE..ADD A LOT TO LIVING if r.lie,(fIre threat e.I.IIIII'1i t tn the a Inc h mein ir- l\: : 0 D right on door. Fine mesh traps even tiny particles.Won't .

ellire 0'l tie rim.lent* if the '#!
hnllle or I hllllIII'II., ,

=- Join the Stim\irs.| : Happy families, these They believe phones arc mli.uuc I| 'MIIK( hlIld-hchl should inlnle I electrical con,, a snag or tear even delicate fabrics! Porcelain

\rratinll\ if ,'ob.hlc iltiimrf Enameled drum is smooth
as glass rust-resistant.
= for reaching, not for running. So they have phones in the likeliest places hUIII f bodily mtiit. wish In u-c- "II
lull ppiiiK or oilier metal .. No perforations to catch hooks or buttons.LIBERAL .
where families gather, relax or work most Kitthen. Bedroom. Florida tructmc. liu Ucitci,t uettuxif ,

: room. Work. hp( Let colorful extension phones subtract steps, add tirially in alter electric its luluvir Ilinkit; call and I Io ,\,

|' .i>illy can.e l : pleasure in jour life. Call jour Telephone Company Business Office a jamme in a aster with a fork
for details.
while, came part if the I 11ely
rests aiiinist metal i* asking' (
f for trouble
( \
Southern Bell Always pull the plug before easy terms
tampering with' electrical tquipmtnt
Ii there i. ome iletiritalfuliire .
: p ...0A III/IIg.,4/ fats anywhere ill the home
(earn. how 11 f.M pull the tuaiu,,
nwitcli ir t to> I identity< the in-
; Exercise your \,atfn\ 'e :un.I kill tint circuit fLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.F

be and vote before/ riinniiix it. I Uetnuty; .
tight as a citizen... ft. sure to register !thisryear:: .u a I oon: ilou I nl me it. .

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