Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
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System ID: UF00079912:00003
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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I Of Service '. 1- For Local News

In I A Nassau County ernan tnn eat And.Advertising;

Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession. The Florida News The East }Floridian The J'emnsula. The Fernandina Courier The Island City, Fenaadma,Observer. Fernandina Express The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star The News,,The Fernandina Record.
> Fernandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader The Outlook, The Florida-Georgia News. The Fernandina. News The Buccaneer. ,. .:. .

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Thousands Attend Dedication Of Marine Welcome Station

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Container Celebrates 25th Anniversary Of Local DivisionContainer


Corporation of Am. XX With several thousand spectators k *
ejjira fe observing the Silver Apiiiversary I state dignitaries and other

of the Fernandina YOUNGEST FLORIDA STOCKHOLDERYOUNGEST invited guests in attendance, the
Beach division of this huge in- Florida Marine Welcome Station

ternational company this week .J a s r/m'! 14'ii.... wa I was officially dedicated here Sun t TIT

with appropriate ceremonies ..t day.

E g teen employees who have //.J ; i I The dedication ceremony, highlighted .
been continuously associated with '; '/! ., y4, | by an address by W oldellI
the Container Corporation mill ? / I Jarrard, chairman-director of the
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here since its opening 25 years y / / ; Florida Development Commission, 4 b

ago' were cited by management of 4 was rated as one of the most im- /'t\ .:.' .. '

the plant as part of its Silver Anniversary ,e?.,, 'V ;e. R N. i! prcssive functions ever staged In : :;;. i'.

celebration. Fernandina Beach. :. .;. ;. .1 t\ .
Long-time employees who were (p a.4 Y. .; :".Y x'a. ':. The quarter-million dollar facility :
honored have all been employed first of its kind in the
ii tyt
continuously at the mill since its rrx' world, will serve to welcome to "." ''". ....

oifcia, ) opening on January 14, t the State of Florida those travel ; ... "

lOa8. .. ing the Intracoastal Waterway, r'. t .. s.
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9liese employees include HobertE. a' which stretches from Trenton, N. .....\

ifiinncy, Manager I, J. to Key West, Fla. .
General ; 1'!! "..... .. ..'. a M
Tyler Jones, Timber Fit-id Kepiecentauvc The, station was built by the 'ra .,, -, ::: ::;

who elides in btaike: City of Fernandina Beach .bui .. .". ..-..
Florida; and the loiiowing r n tts will be staffed and maintained by '.'.; "'..,
dents of Fernandina ijeacn-; Mar- the Development Commission. I .- :. ,
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'.m Sawyer, Pulp AJtil '.our Fore r Several major ,cities. on the ;

malt )h. Kay bounds l :japer Mia Waterway made strong bids for '

Tour foreman; Jv&1.a q\ A. Bruce, w yX) the station when it was first proposed _______, 4: :
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As.it.! 1 npcl'Hh "bur .roieman : wti by the Commission but ,a : + ,
t b. it. :SLvenaon1'lp: Mill tourForeman strong local effort secured the S xs
!; L. lit Fulcn, ruper Mill I i. --4; facility for the local harbor. ''Yv

Tour hvieman;, C. A. Hamilton, Jarrard, in his address, had
lult him lour Foreman; L li.Duiucn high praise for the fine cooperation .
Woodrard Supervisor, his staff has received l locally :' : 4A

Joseph '1 K:, Meager; Ass: Paper V VP and -commented that "this welcome : : M

Mill Tour Foreman!( Leo L. Ed. :statioa will long stand as a 5"R'

awards, i .per mm lour. /orenun' ; symbol of that cooperation." a
Jhcnael K, Pikuia, AS t. Paper "This welcome station will serve

dill {superintendent; K C. Haddock as a beacon of friendship," said
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kngineexaF; roman; K. E. Jarrard, "to the ever-growing
THIS STRIKING VIEW of the Florida Marine Welcome Station, during dedication
Kviter; EngineerOieraan; Joseph stream of boats that this
W. Bagby, Recovery Operator; STOCKHOLDER IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA is Lora. Jeanel Holton, city. All that they once saw here ceremonies Sunday, shows a-portion of the several thousand attending the event. 3!lie

Karl 1. Syzc, Issue & Stock Clerk; who has received ten shares of stock in Container Corporation of America. Lora was a blink from the light- Intracoastal Waterway, which runs from Trenton, N. J., to Key West, Florida, is shown

Marshall B. Brannan, Refiner Op. Jeanel, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs Ira Holton, Jr., was awarded the stock as the house.. and this will. be a boon to in the background. Photo by T_H..lung.
orator, and W. E. Reed, Lead Me. first child born here on the silver anniversary of the opening of Container Corpora the boatmen to find- a warm -Florida -- - ------------ ---- -- -

taanic.i tion's ..Fernandina Beach paperboard mill. The stock, which has a current market welcome." I Mothers
i (Continued on Page Four) value of approximately $250, was presented to the parents by Robert E. Phinney"'Gen. I "The fine local recreation facilities Rubinoff To Play I To March Here January 21

eral Manager of the mill, as. part of its' Silver Anniversary Celebration. Since it was and the warm hospitality of

r Container Vice ,opened on January 14, 1938, the Fernandina: Beach mill has-produced more than three such the people a welcome of this," he city added.will add to I Famous Violin Iin 25th Anniversary March of Dimes
: million of made from Florida and
i tons paperboard, pulpwood used for packaging a ._.
ir Jarrard the
wide variety of products throughout the country. -- Photo by T, H. King emphasized coop i Here 24 I An of FernandasBeach been agreed "All of the volunteers -
n Chairman ._. -- .- -- eration of all who have had a partin }January army upon.
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Speaks the welcome station, \ facility r-I mothers will He knocking on ever? ,I in the March of Dimes

..thai Jhad.never .before been .at- l Appearing in concert here I! ooor daia11/'in''the"257 Anm- ) Mothers' March bow.,.. bow iraifprtant .
To Concora(Club ';' -jft tiiiffblt TaxiColkcior ReturnfR cord Total, 'Ji.10f lenTpted'and 'said, *,thejo ",is'powdone Thursday evening 4 ;,' "January 24;f i f vergarr.Marci y 1 $ after a brief and courageous Dave Rubinoff will perform 'asf 1[ 1 fwftl take otny dbwrE an hopr,"

In conjunction with the celebration Excess Fees To effort. Florida has the world's violin solos, : the full scores of :,i Mrs Marvin Jenkinsf general !ftlrs, Jenkins Ja|d. "Efejr'V*ian
this week of the Silver Anniversary County Agencies. first, marine welcome station and Chopin's Polonaise, the Warsaw I! chairman' for the Mothers* March, i.Realizes that hel fait* wB i help

I of the local division of : (Continued on Page Five) Concerto and Rhapsody in Blue. I i today said that final details have people to give for th li/e of a
Container Corporation of Amer. : Tax Collector Ira Hall turnedin and the remaining '$2,713.61 to Rubinoff has transcribed each i cm'ld. "Just about every person

ica, Vice Chairman John V Spach- I $U,148.4S'in excess fees to the Nassau County Board of Pub. score for the. violin. n, Fernandina Der.ch111 be visited
tier of Chicagp visited here and : county. agencies ,this week. The lie Instruction. I i Plans Progress ; For his program of popular I Kenneth Sturges Jr. : by a neighbor Monday venicg -

was guest speaker on two occas I figure represents the largest total Other officials turned in excess I concert music, Rubinoff will play January 21, Mr. Jenkim said.'We .
ions. 1 in excess fees ever turned in I fees to the County Commission on one of the most precious instruments sincerely ask you to give for
by En official in this county.Of I as follows: Tax Assessor Eddie I For Contest To in the world, the famed'' Given Eagle AwardAt the life ol a child.
Our congratulations this week the full figure, $8,434.341 1 McKendree, $1,822.80; County Romanoff-Stradivarius violin insured i Volunteers mothers who will

tie divided Bali to Container goes to the County Commission Judge J. E. (Gene) Weatherford, I Pick 'Miss Nassau' for $100,000. j Court of HonorThe match, and their aulgned areas
Corporation of America on the I $1,670.47 and Clerk of the Circuit The concert is being sponsored are: Mrs. L G. Thoniprta -:- N.
re't Silver Anniversary of the local Court D. 0. Oxley, $338.39. I I by ,the Kiwanis Club and ticketsare Ut to N. Sth; Mrs. Bob Frwiklm
I I Lipstick, mirrors, comb, hair highest rank of Scouting,i!1
division and half to the City of United Fund Sets The total amount received by available at the Florida National S. Ut to S. 8th; )1,.. BiUJUtjell .
t The last minute touches the Eagle Award, was presented
Fernandina Beach, the Fernandina I spray Bank and at Lewellen's. i Atlantic Ave. to Mth;
v the Commission was $1,266.50Meetiing
to David Kenneth Sturges at the
that needs.
girl Sheputs
Beach Yulee Chamber of Comrcerce I every The will begin at 81 i Mrs. J. M. Gamer N. 13th;
Annual Meet And Wednesday morningin :, forth that certain something and program Nassau District Court of Honor, ',
I': Mrs. Jag. B4fe- Oak Grove Circle
and the F'orida Develop p.m. at the Municipal Auditorium.
December 19. David
the Wednesday, !
yr. regular monthly session, Ii becomes a "Queen.
: Mrs. R.'anzant
; S. 15th
ment Commission for the outttnding I ; ;
is the second in Fernandina
I Election Commission heard a plea by Callahan The 1963 "Miss Nassau County" -' boy Mrs. Boyd K&aedy S. 16th
Jan. 31 ;
dedicat'cn ceremonies st residents for the early j Ballots In Mail Beach to receive the award this ,
I is among us, but which of i>rd Mw. Vernon Pickett -E 1.
Sunday for the Florida Marine paving of Mickler Street in that year. I I
I our lovely high school girls will : For Election InMerchant's _
\Velcome Station, the world'sfhst The annual meeting of the | city. Mayor Hollis Ray was Ernest Valero, Scoutmaster of'' 17th.Mri. u
spo inherit and this I
proudly wear Hal B kher S. 18th
members of the Nassau 213 the award' ;
County Assn. Troop presented
kesman for the The Commissioners
Community Chest-United Fund group. honor. It may be your, neighboi,I with a short history of David's i' Mrs. W. T. Will Atlantic Ave.
will be held at the Container agreed to do all they perhaps a best friend, or even I Roscoe Moore, president of theMerchant's excellent scouting activities. R.I 14th to EgaM Creek; Mrs. Geo.
From start to fuiish, once the could to speed up the proposed YOU. Have entered? If not,
of America Conference you Association, divisiono E. the letter Hitchcock' N. 14th St; Mrs.
Corporation i.
unfriendly weather ceased its work, but said that it was now in
Room on Thursday, January see your representative today! the Fernandina Beach.Yulee of congratulation from the National l Chas. Loper Kraft Village, ;
cavorting, the dedication ran as the hands othe State Road Tickets being sold by the Mrs. John Think Old Town
31, at 800 p.m. All persons I are Chamber of Commerce, announced Boy Scout Council. Following ;
l lY mooth as silk and*the favorable I Board to arrange financing girls who have entered the con 'lrl. A. B. Cook Jr. N.
who have either contributedto today that ballots for officers the presentation, David I liOfi
publicity gleaned for Fernandina or worked for the Community John B. Higginbotham, electedin test. Each contestant has a quotaof and directors of the association presented his mother a Mother's ''and 17th; Mri. Eddie l\tdIr--
teach would be hard to measure. Chest, are considered mem November to succeed )fcelly ticets to sell so buy yours ear- for 1963 were mailed this week. Aiachua and Broom (from 15-18)) ;
Just a few of those who con- Walker of Hilliard, attended his of tickets to sell so buy yours ear- All ballots must be completedand Pin.The ceremonies were openedby I oral Mrs. R. E. Townsend N.

u-ibuted immeasurably to the oc- bers.An election will be held to re- first regular session of the Surprises are in store for both returned by January 30, Troop 191.Continued. I 18lh St
: ,JOHN V. SI'ACHNEll ,i (Continued On Page Four) Continued On Page; Two) Board. I the contestants and the audience. Moore said. ( on Page Four) (Continued on Page Two)
Vice President I -- '--- -- all the have not .
>0 Although judges -- ---- -- -
'- Container Corporation of been selected we will have

<. America Haydon Burns, wile of Irs.1
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ville's mayor, and Cliff Hall
The personable and popular .,. ,r. a ..
'4 : -. t tI Radio station WAPE on our panel i!
Spachner, who first visited, : Fer- I
tI(I of judges., Emcee Bob Springerwill
namlina Beach in the early daysof Ii
; $ I be with us again this year.
jhe local! operation, was guest Furnishing the musical background :
speaker at a dinner meeting of
will be the Fernandina
the Concora Club at Seaside Inn. NG q YZ
Beach Dance Band. I
At' he of honor a i
noon was guest;
The Yulee P-TA wishes to expend I
and spoke briefly at a luncheon
their thanks to those persons |
at The Sandbar for a small groupof Iyear's '
whose last
_:: contributions made
plant officials and local digni : _
beauty'contest a success. \
taries. "
Mark February on jour -
WVs'ey' Arnold, president of the : R.
Plan ahead. See you at j 4
I Concora Club, was master of cere : I ft S/4s-r"

t monies at the dinner and introduced ) the contest! rd:..J -S : : ____ 'S4Z

a number of guests before
presenting R. E. Phinney, general President's Budget

vision.,manager of the local mill di Includes Intracoastal I ic

Phinney} called back the early Waterway FundsA

and trying days of the local op.
wire received this afternoon ?:< ,w
eration and cited humorous :*
many .
b/ the News-Leader read'ts: follows
i incidents that involved some of
those present. He &iso read congratulatory :
"Happy to advise that presi-
telegrams before presenting ; dent's budget for fiscal 1964 includes ,
the guest speaker.In ; f ; items of $125,000 for oper- I' x a s.r ., A mr
his presentation of Spachner
at ion and maintence of Fernandina
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Harbor and $2,299,000 for construction '
operation and maintenanceof
r State Farm Ins. I Intracostal Waterway from Jac'ksonvflle r
I to Miami" 4
Opens Office Here WENDELL JARRARD, chairman-director of the Florida Development Commission, The wire, signed by Congressman I

State Farm Insurance Co. announces and Miss Florida, Gloria Brody of Jacksonville, are shown on the bow of Mrs. Teresa < D. R. (Billy) Matthews and

in an ad this week, that I Castro's yacht in the colorful ribbon cutting ceremony for the dedication of the Florj i Senators Spessard Holland and

a branch office is being opened !! ida Marine Welcome Station. Senator Hairy Stratton and Chief Billy Osceola are George Smatbera, come as a note I, WENDELL JAKRARD, chairman-director of the Florida Development oramtesion

in Fernandina Bach with James among those on the yacht looking on. Holding one end of the ribbon is the pilot boat |, of special interest on the heels of prepares to deliver the dedicatory address for the Florida Marine Welcome Station

Bowers as local agent I of Harbormaster George Davis Atop pilot boat is Lonnie Freeman, Davis' captain, the dedication of the Florida after an introduction by Sen.. Harry Stratton shown returning to his seat on the plat-

The area office is located at and John Cook, Secretary of Southern Shipping: Co., of Jacksonville, is shown with i Marine Welcome Station on the form. Shown over Jarrard's head are spectators who managed to galmvanlage points

814.Atlantic Ave DavIS ) e station Photo. by T, H. KB I ,, ntnc.: l;stlJ.l l Waterway. e.. on the. oJ18c.mUe deck. of the new wekfJI1 Fboto by T R. lQII'!
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Page* Two *"**" letrs-Leade r,.Fi=.rn :\,,Beach, Florida: Thursday, January. 17, 1963 lr : ,'- i if '::\..

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F EACH tW iE1 ahQgvis' FuneralHeldJanuary .r ? CALENDARO&LgCAL s "-.l r.T" iOO: qrJ "The' bond r?; "of'f matrimony i cannot -
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"' .4RET PIIONES\.3"&t I CO.uNTJ/C01Pns.SIO a.ms2nJ( Wednesday after 1st 19n ;1 curities."
A,John..Kr Perry Newspaper I, East. Point, Georgia Commission ChambersCITY : Janrary 14 The bodies of : will leave Key West for two- I (th. :M.) Independent Review.

.Jpt I t three of ihe four Northern sailors months dqty. t
COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 City! i .se.3 '!
pjn. -
.. Alvah E. Davis of Yulee "f
I andj! Chambers '" '1 who were drowned in the Gulf of I Federal Rear Admiral puPont
... East Point, Ga, passed way'Sd- Commission 1i I
'h' NATIONAL EDITORIAL Mexico late in December have I informs Washington that the u.1|
.. .. I I urday, January 5. Funeral ser- ; HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 .a.m. Hospital Dining I .been discovered on the beach at'' S. S,, Mohawk is Fer-. j i SPECIALAnnouncement
( held presently at : .
t. ices were Hewphrey'a -- -- "
: lnu".1 I Chapel in East. Point on Monday,; Room 'St. George's Island. They were nandina: ,and the U. S. steamers !
buried, and suitable headboards
.. ...Y .J. '' I January f, with Rev. C. C. Bric: a- SCHOOL BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd ;Monday 9:30 aja.Superintendent's Norwich and :Uncas are -still in'

"4u MJABC.AUnrTfTO: PAID ClUtULATlOX, I lew'. nd Rev: J. E. Brewer, officiatin Offices, ., tl are bein constructed to mark,- I the St/Jph* River., : Nassau*' County Citizens. .
,, ','Publlshed'evetyThursday and entered the Post ?. Burial, was'in Rock Cemetery graves. I The' U. Sv; Admiralty Court at 1 I j Band," Radio. ,.
Fernandina Beach, Florida as second class mail OffiCf'I'I in Clayton County, (Georgia)-I P-TA:EXECUTIVE\ BOARD. -; last ursdar 3:30:1 p an.iig :;.*Ji;: Governor Shorter. of AlabAma Kep West*lias 'awarded the East. j Anyone interested In Learning

i 'i Subscription Rates: '. .)!r. Davis da" home'i.oa } C- fet o oriura ? |-.' ; .. W seeks Secretary i information-of A\ar from. *,* James Confedfr-:* A. J'. Gull UJo&adiht; Sii 1AtoTl, the )I 'Mr.rse; Code and Basic fundamentals

$4 a year.- (2.23 6 months $1.25 3 Months Black Rock Rd. on Clark River P-TA MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. Jr; High Cafetoriura ae Seddon "as to the precise terri-1 i Two Sisters, to be employed as a of Radio, and Receiving -
r. $4.50'I year out of count of tender shin for the U. S. S. St
where he had: spent much hisi i Radio
v =: tory in Georgia,, Alabama, and \ Arateuh Operator'sLicense
<," time in the past 18 years. j KIWANIS CLUB : Each'Monday 6:45 p.rn.- Seaside Inn Lawrence and the Heraosa The j
Florida which is embraced in the Come To -
Survivors include his widow, LIONS CLUB Eac 1'1esday7 Seaside Inn U. S.- S. Wanderer is enroute to ,
/ m.-
p' : district by General Center Fruity Night, Jan
2ctihors SKw3eedjOfj| ;Public' Defender the former Jessie Trammell of I Charlotte replacing the ,
K *- -* < .A #- JHI tf. 4* ,&& Morrow Ga. daughter "* Mrs4", ROTARY'CLUJEach. Wednesday. Noon Luncheon. ,'- Seaside Cobh" He says a company of Penguin! on blockade duty In. the. fUary 1, Conference.. Roam at
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1 Alabama sharp shooters I '. .
J Added enactment of a Florida statute James H. Cook of College Park, INN,, are pre-1 Gulf. : \\8, p.m.V !
sentry' guarding the works being
providing ArgUJn&fOr r .system Is gained from : thet Ga., 'Mrs. \V> M. Curtis of For- TAYCEES Each.Mond y. -- 8.p.m.- Recreation.Center Lounge constructed at Chattahoochee. The j I I I Rear. Admiral Bailey f Infonnsi t tWashmgtoT Must.. Re Interested' .. InHelping .
$.o' rent bear corpus writs filed t by"pris:I est Park, G"a., Mrs. Louie Grayof Governor points out "that West tfial since he, has a;-1! With* RACES- "
Decatur Ga., Mrs. W. E. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30() Hospital
OHers scambia County convict camps ; p.m. Florida Is. !?umed command of the East, 'Gulf ,
so thinly populatedand
after{ sentencing in the Co rt of Record. : Corey and Mrs. James S. Barton, Dining, Room' the contiguous! counties of Blockading Squadron teb rebel I' Operation >YHhChil i t .
i both of Atlanta sons, Eugene have been and I '
; Defense
I captured a'
ships : Dept.SPECIAL
: Judge Ralph Mclane of( Circuit Court has denied one t' and Gary Davis, both of East;:, hIIBISC\ S CARDED CLUB' 1 3rd JR.,Monday of month at,8',' p.m.JIt'Jt Alabama go denuded the by that their unless contributions !number 'have Seen destroyed. [ ,,-v "

p tjpij after minutes of the court showed that the defendant Point; sisters, Mrs. W. M. Cle an force sent to that
ment of Rome Ga. and Mrs. Tho- '
asked twice if he wanted counsel'nd both times Chambers
was re- section! a few hundred men will be officer reports that he has found
masine Williams of Jefferson- j -
pfled that he did not. Further testimony disclosed that the WOMAN'S CLUB Woman's Club I able to sally out from Choctaw- 45 sacks of salt on a conch bar
vile 'Ga.; and eleven grandchildren. -, Wednesday, Bldg. ? 11- '
defendant: was, well versed in court procedure and terms, -' *A : iv hatchee Bay and rob and lay near Jupiter Inlet. A small boat

hgvinj. been before local courts for various offenses at 'leas\ I ,BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District. 6 p.m.2nd. J' Friday',.. 'I waste to the country. The country with two Southerns aboard also' !

four OR five times. Seaside InnMERCHANT'S 'near! the coast is the common I was captured. nearhe StLucie. ,
I United! i Fund Sets I I retreat of deserters from our 1 River.Judge.
ASSN each 3rd Noon Luncheon
Thursday -
A t the decision was rendered by Judge :McLane, an-: '. Inn v "" n-?.. Atmy, Tories, and runaway James B. Dawldns has JOHNSON'SFLOOR
Seaside Ne.g-I
o he filed similar petition which' has been set for "
prisoner a (Continued from Page One) roes." resigned as Confederate Congressman

hearing January 14 by J4t doe Ernest M son,The. same.. lack. I I CAMBER' OF COMMERCE 2nd Tuesday, Luncheon. 12:15'.: ....< 'Lt. General Edmund Kirby !I from the 1st Florida,i Congressional i
of,.counsel is.'cited as grounds for release, I place those members of the Seaside Inn' ;' ; Smith is today assigned to command I District to take on. hi$1 POLISHER:
Board of Directors whose
,1p term
the Southwestern : duties judge.
These petitions stem from the yillard Carnley case. I BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m. 2nd Monday'eaeh month. army embracing 'I as l
Las .
f expired. Anyone wishing to j '.' '.' ... -, i the Confederate Department January 18As, a result of the
Th ,u: S*. Supreme Court reversed. Carnleys(' conYictW'. because I make additional nominations can GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL, SOCIETY. 2nd Monday of West Louisana and Texas. recent Confederate capture of the i $37.50 ,!

,he' had no.: counsel, which the court held was contraryto do so by submitting their nominations I each month 8 p.m..- TV Room, at Recreation" Center.- : 'January 15 Gale winds and Harriet Lane; Read Admiral Far-I '
{the Fourteenth Amendment as applied to state. courts'. I in writing, either to the heavy rain have: prevented units ragut, commanding the,West Gull .
,. '. I secretary of the organization,I MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday of Month -.8 t'.m. of the Federal blockading squadron i!Blockading Squadron, and Rear 1 1i At-
If'ether convicts who who found Russell Johnson the chair- '
pleaded, guilty or_ were or to
I!j NASSAU CHAT NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS '2nd and to leave Key West according i Admiral Bailey, East Gulf Blockading I
file petitions( 't the man of the Nominating Committee
y.,were to 't I 4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Masonic Temple to schedule.. The U. S. S. Saga. I Squadron, believe that theirssignal I II
courts! would be flooded and the judges would ''be kept extremely Judge J, E. Weatherford, on t more is scheduled to reti'rn to the book has fallen into enemy I
bu 3Y"I It is well that these cases have been filed in i I. or before January 25. FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHON SISTERS 2nd, and 4th Indian River as soon as high }I I hands. They are, as a result!: HARDEEBROSr -
*the tounty where exists the court hi which. the defendants'originalY A report of the organization'sactivities' Mondays of month at 8 p.mIasonie Temple. winds abate. I changing signals by increasing I I! ATL'
this will also be VENUE
: appeared When: filed directly I fn! the Supreme presented to the year membership. It CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays The U. S. 5. San Jacmto, after i the value of each by one, leavingthe II 1W1 ;
Court an undue burden is put upon the judiciary,, Masonic Temple taking on provisions and coal, I repeaters as they were.
1 ........... .....4.-fr*. ,.r., ...-., .. .-.fc*::::,......- : ,' .'t will include a report from the I -. -- -. .-., -.. -- r'f : -- -' .. -' _.'- '.-

I : EobertsN'no; Florida -JiUljctyl.,1 Ja l con 1 Council:i ring! ?''J'headed K't'p: 6st-convicton'by Chief} (.JysticeJR. blllj to Drive the from results Chairman the of,Audit the Glyn Drive Chairman Waas; a, report as.-; i ...-_' .-_,_'.' ....'.... _' ,=.: ":::,".,.*__, ., '. ... _'.. .,. ..'.. .._',- ', : .: ':: "..',.'.. .. '''.' __. ..', r-_ :' ,_ -',' ,- .-. '' lit ::.: .. :i;

'wh'would*require!} all: snch-petitions o go to the court of and a report from the Budget c 1J '
t V ** \* tifjumoittioiu \ II I
.Ofl'' 'l ,.. .. I and Admissions Committee, as to ,., .
i ,
Tt -* # !If:
ut to stop'hundred. ?, if not thousands of'others before the. disposition of the funds. I I : STA.RTINGTODAYI>' 3'

'the: jTfot: ,,staged, {ftlojida I s 6.uld '{adopt\ a public defender i i : ..

[la\v-nso' yb$* ouril stud. ,..!orrequire .that.members of I Mothers To March I .,... -r-1-
ithe2: Fbe"appoliited'to'ipp&r in all felony and. misdemean-- '.yYY.t* ', : '
:or .
:ideiiwuwe. Jutyitd: the.public defender system. would be Mrs. George Sapp 19, 20, 21.,1 .,' .. ,

high referable.; ... ... .? .... n... Jt+.. I I Wolff and Lighthouse Circle; ) I
t .... II' i P; Entzminger Citrona to .I.LFORDDEALERANNUAL I
; (ate I laws do>not 'require, the, court" to- .appoint legal II l Egans Creek; Mrs. Robert Gray- I '

con n, w. xcept.i i, Capital cases, That is 4i oten ugn. To I Highland and Stanley Drs.; Mrs 1 ) *
:t3 ,a\a'l1a 's liberty b):.incarcerating.hin) in 'a convict Richard Crumpler Amelia and i 4 4 j V SNA P 1 _

.cam. ,.count, )' jail or state prison is far jtfjportant} to be : Stanley Drs.; Mrs.: Willie Payn j 1r::"
:tre t ed so indifferently. The U. SSupreme'Cbtft' has taken I 1- No. ;Beach; Mrs. Thad Lee I II Q

tcogwzance of.tjia iightpf"t: thet individual'to counsel,' and theJstafteMuJttiniet I Jfoore's to Seaside; Mrs. W. J $TE[

: J the situation U)1'1 and honorably, I Ernest Preston Valero- So.-Bach Amelia; and City.. Mrs !I I ; k... r

./0. ..A. Mrs. J. 'p. Justice AraelU !
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1 r r+ H
I I Rd; Mrs. Van Pope Bailey Rd: '- .,.
Why.AnJndependcntGampaignTwentyfive 1'. I Mrs. E.: W. Duggan Clinch Dr '
f ;and Pinecrest; Mrs. Wendl. !
years"of leadership and accomplishment as looks> Bonnie View Rd.; Mrs'
I Chas. Jones Clinch! Rd. to Ifi6hwag '
juvnluntary health agency hate proved the wisdom of The
Mrs. K, Melvin City Lira
National Foundation's aherence to of seeking financial
4 a policy I it; to 5 Pts.; Mrs. Jeff Lloyd -

: support exclusively .from a direct and separate a peaI. 3. 14th; Mrs. Joe Rowe Egans

'This '. Meadows;: Mrs. Q. A. Dyal S. I
: means the1 the March of Dimes does not combine with
r I't:Jth) S, 10th. Sts.; Mis. Gail. Lan-
:any other drive or fund-raising acuity in any, community( aster 5 Points; and AGAIN { LAST YEAR IT'S COLD COLD COLD
plant, of fee! institution or organization-civilian" or military, I I!' Henry Miller Sadler Road.Mrs'l IT'STHAT- TIME OF THE YEAR JUjSTLIKE # '

This is based upon sound reasons, both practical and f PUBLIC' NOTICE I UP NORTH_ AND EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF BRAND-NEW FORDS ARE COMING DOWN SOUTH. N-....

|philosophical. In statting these reasons we do not discredit I i iI 4 '

in various of federated fund raising effective

means: of supporting local philanthropies.: I cf the the undersigned Circuit Court D of 0 Nassau.Ox ey.County Clerk, I II EQUIPPED JUST, AS YOU LIKE HURRY; IN. NOW AND GET YOUR TEETH INTO A BARJAJN.! 1
will the 28th of J an.
I Florida on day
The accomplishments of The National Foundation nary 19G3. during the legal hours of I ". u '
prove that health problems which. affect the.nation must be t sale House, at of the Nassau main County door of Florida the Court in I q T. I

'attacked b}' means that are national In. scope. the City of Fernandina Beach. FlorIda i I II iI ,
I offer for sale' and sell at public I II ;
t No single community within itself can supply suffi- : outcry td the highest and best bidder AS LOW
I for cash the following described pro I 8'3' .I :
|cient breakthroughs that conquer a disease-can train perty'situated in Nassau County : I AS: $39.

enough hands au4 minjls to heal the sick-can contribute sufficient I!. norida Eegin, in to-wit the: S. W. corner of Lot I month after t down J if ] 'I. !
I I No 3. r.lqcK 75. thence run NorCr per ;
funds,to repair the damage of catastrophic crippling.
1 I i 200 ft; theme East 14'3 ft to the payment, 4k .. h !4 .:M _( .. '
Point of : Thence South ;
H A United Fund can contribute to' solution of local problems -I 100 ft, thence resuming East 73' ft. thence I
: but its primarily: : local orientation makes it impossible : North 100 ft thence West 70 ft. to : '63 Falcon -2 Door ,
I! the Point of beginning The above
for a United Fund to act effectively! against cripplers being a part cf Lot No 3, Block I. } Sedan. Whitewall Jires 1 :
75, Nassaj: County. Fhrtrid. 1 are optional at extra
assail mankind whole. I i
that as a pursuant to the ir'il Decree of Foreclosure 4 cu.iP1AL
entered in a case pending in cost.Based.
The health problems yield only to the weapons of an orJganizfttion said Court, the style of which' is Mid | _
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:t such as The Nat onat Foundation, which administers Ida State corporation.Investment. Plaintiff Corporation VS. a James nor I on a comparison ofmanufacturers' I
\ "basis and its A. Anderson and Ruby Mae Anderson, suggested retail' jk
its programs on a ,natjon-ivide receives; his wife. Defendants: .and, the docket prices for cars comparably i ieQuipped.
[support from every county in the nation through the. March! I number of which is No. 2567 ,
Dimes. WITNESS my haul and the official I ,. .
tOf n seal orsi: '. .
: By being a part of a United Fund The Foundation 1963.s- D 0 Oxley : -

'would have to surrender control of its budget, and thus i iU CLERK D: O OXLEY CIRCUIT, COURT I Trade. now fora nand-- -

'programs,.'to local 1 committees that dole out funds to the Harry(SEAL)M. IL>bbs I : some new middleweight L, 1

'agents i participating in eath federated drive National i Attorney for Plaintiff ,, Fairlanel Big "a
211 Jackson j
'Foundation "reein medical car> arid. educational activit I I Tampa 2: Florida ; car advantages at
would be (\. by srde that lack- It 1.17 |j : .
es then determine out\ : ,' groups : Ninemodelsincluding
:Jed krydedge cf .what. to do, how uCl.l.lt vould'cost, or how :i t com act\\.cost|: :
'. I Inew
Itt iI
to go-irfxmt -
., j s..Nrt s A
jI middle eight Yf
It would lose the identity! that comes'only from an i independent : i I I st .

campaign, capable of focusing.undivided: Pablkattention I, wagons,and h rdtops. ,. ( :0...-. +, ,- -
: building\ the na- !I : i 'i f '

"ft'cn's defenses against disease, f!Ii If I ; Save, on a bi ;Ford I 4 r

It would M4 nUc.eiiQUgJv roQner,to wage ,a fu\l\ ale ,i 1 Enjoy Ford Galaxie's ;

:Jfighfagainst dseiwiM: <& bit ty, More. than one national new' $10 Mill! n Ride -

health ajrency" has withdrawn from federated drives after I I __ _
in a luxuriou sedan,.
'experiencing, m" ion)o fund-:ra.\ .potential.. j jj 1 1I I II hardtop waton. Qr

j Jt-would' d lose the I loyal services cf thousands of dedi- i I { convertible.fan with
/ _
I rated volunteers whose chief, reward is the satisfaction of :
1! service-savi g features 'w
'vv ac'ton : : r '

to meet specific health. r ; : ONLY j I -.. '" ...... -'..
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L ti'I
: The National Foundation, through; its, independence of t _

:action, has amassed,a record leadership,.. and achievement ;:YDU: CAN 3a -....
.,.:-.... :
:Iwhich unmatched<,I.. "' fD.JJ. .
; '
t PREVENT; } S \ : tt' '
J It was the March of Dimes which called public attention .' i -.4L1J. > I .",<.. > '. ., "0 > .' "'..of. '
.Uriafcte ) It wasthe March of a ..: ,
to the JMpedy-of pe9. rr : _
:Dimes which iaf&tjfc4.supporHo research which de* FOREST ; d '" "BE :SMART.BUY: !h-eloped the S ii anlr( n; %:.S 1l.l)1.: ) yacdn s.. It was, tie r _.,

I March Of Dkn.,wh !hro 1M't d antfiyuyiciiedth biggest iIS3saoai .... ... ;

and most effective vaccination pr EraBi iitW, ... natioif_ .. t's' history -, r : -

.It is THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION-MARCH i : OF 1"5$1"! lIE" ; NIQTQR;1 .. (0M' .PANY I ;.

SIMES dynamic creative and full responsible to the Amri'- i / > .>_ :
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f ',. ;.-. .-- Xews-Leader,. Fernandina.. Beach, Florida .-: Thursday, : January! 17, ,- 1963, ,_ Page Three
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M6ftiieMillGifclei'I ,Gadeh! Circle Glass I I Mrs. WlckfhahT Bride of f PVtiII:: i rdC.: tfeh' IK f6fd s ,Gh ... t Fb I l W 'rd",Hdri, :: I titrn t deer q.n errbd.tontmt 411..
Meets! I In JdnuarV ( .. 1 Me@ts January !15With f I Guest. Af .MetihgOf ( M @fS'M--- f' ,Ni: >"kt .I J LscUrvQ.nn .FM'etiii ,; f I' .ji"it" I 'learned hi af} tho il:

Wit"i Mfs. byal. f Mfs, 'Haddock I Church W6rnh At*Pnansfell l ', l Home( i Of'Rose. Glr l e. : f t533 time 1 ult' i 'Jack
-t f1" l YWiftfm'iar $ea1 iiI
The Mamie Mills Circle of the] .The Golden Circle Sunday The. Women of the First Presbyterian t -Ti e 'members i 5 i of St Gerard's I :The Rose Circle.met J January I I! ad the Rose' tlrlle'.
Women's Society of Christian') $hoof. { Class of .First Baptist : Church met 10 a.m.1 t John :
at .Chapter of the "Tomen of St Fel Jth at the Some of rMS. 'tiedoor prize wib won by Mi -,
'Service of Memorial Methodist!Church met Tuesday January 15 oh January 3,. in the Fellowship ler's' EpiscSpSI r ChurcH met Mon. ; Kirlght with Mrs Joe .&oti roil as
I' John # add
;jChurch met Monday afternoon: at at 8:00: p. Dr for their regular I Hill of the Church Plan! were ayf [day'evening at thilhome t of MrsJ : ro.h ,st s1- .Refreauihe'ht! we't? 1 B'irnuik the member

:the home of Mrs. .Q. A. Pyal, monthly meeting it the home of I Clad for White CrosS sewing and'' Otto, ) PfiaSstell i { Mrs. Robert J3aJ>b. (!served at the feegSiHlng oit 'the ,! erellahg'ed: tditlhg's.

,with f Mrs. D 0 Oxley serving"l as' .Jlpi; Lynn Haddock, with Mrs, '. elide chairmen were asked to ob-J J read the ;'anKduncemeht i i i and led meeting. .' jlrs.... .A/ C. 'fh mpson' Mrs. R,
:bostess.Prior.. Ecgar Haddock as cohostess.Mrs. lain names of volunteers.j I : :t.! -1 Its
I II I a discuslion on new study mater The proffraw' tiilii 'm n. Itfs E. Toy ins rid < to the meeting, the ,hos.j Edgar Haddock gave an j Paul Delaran to d of her Y sx lat for t ke''groii j John _-BlrriiaV; intfdduced Mr: jdttayVIii 'le hostesses for luoFeliiuary ;

.teases, assisted. by Miss' Lucy !Ii interesting devotions! on;' "NewYear's i plans _to donate a humSer of au-i V ljn1- e jmembers! present elected ;j Hbward Hann'4 who gage: a verbinteresting ) meeting.:

i :'Dyal t served delicious refreshmnjs -1. Resolutions: for a Chris. II thentic! costumes fromthe H 1YLarid i I hits. Phansteil as ,Chapter talk l qii cons'eV.'atioii' -.
to the flEteen.members !, tian." Mrs. Ralph'' DuBois follow* to the church" Mrs; I. W. Chairman.jirs. Willfam O'Leary, -rowth, and see'ding .of-P fine t trees, j: More Social News
present Mrs. J. W, Biers, circlecharman cd ,with prayer. Hardee, Jr:, and Mrs. Delavan areI Worship Chairman, Mrs Oscar ",hiai'a followed' by a quel-; f OJ;,
) welcomed each memibeh I' Qtapf :k ea{ $ Fleas See Page Six
The class president, Mrs..E. J. 'compilinga, history of l these cos. Odom, Publicity Chairman, Mis.
\ Mrs. Dyal, Spiritual Life McClelland, presided over the I liumel and i will present it to the LLoiiii IJme'. Pro, in' Chairman, "! --tit'- .---
:Jchlfinnan, cave an inspiring de { Women of the Church: comi '
ivotipn entitled "A Kind Word",, !business session. The class! pro. I upon wHH iip: James Lynn and sirs. Father "Holmes l Sp@ Rf
i piction. Je'n[ a"tt serving on the I '
:Jwhich was followed by prayer. jtd"for the year, and several new i Members of the NQininatingComn f bone Committee. At Meeting of,.. ( k r 'U.tldi'6Ft
I )ittee
Die to the absence of Mrs. W. discussed -p ,
projects were S I t
-H.' Russell Missionary Education I are Mrs. Philip Jackson After the Business meetingI St. Mtchael'( GUild t
Games were played and deli. ,
Hord arid
I Mrs. E. T. Mrs. fta11y.I
;chairman, Mrs. Hicis, circle chair. pious? refreshments of'mints, coffee Fred McLean. Mrs. Lowe introduced the Bible I Mrs. Loyd Uffleman presided : uric" '' .

.man, read a very interesting messcge and cakes, decorated with the It reported that the Joy 5 S i passage to be read by the group I!( at the meeting of St. 11i haWs .
.' on Russia O and religion" from class emblem, the "Golden Circle I Gift Supper held ,in the Fellow- .. with ayer" being the theme. Guild on January 9th at the Re. f ftnO'h !
'Tfie World Out Look ',' ;
'C3" for the New
and Year were hip Hall in December, and the rThe meeting was adjourned and t creation Center LbuDje.J ; .
Committee reports and announcemenis enjoyed by the 11 members pres Father I fd fi h@@ fi :
CHristmas Program; were well at-1 i i delicious refreshments served by || Holmes pastor 8 g
for the month I 1 1 .
r were entTh tended. of St. Michael's" Church: spoke')bn
the Pliansteil and
given. It was reported that the next meeting will be Feb I hostesses, Mrs. I{![ the satrament.i of BaptisnL .Fol- '
Plans made for
I are being a -Mfs Mears,
circle had mailed their riliSS ruary 12 with Mrs. Dolley,DuBois *, : i i 1 lowing! his; talk Father Holmes
: ; !
World Mission February ,% ; .
nary, Miss Edna Floy Brown and program on ; ') )k04. k'r Sr 4*'a. Dates to remember are Thursday "' '
)Irs. Jean Boles as co-hostess ; conducted l 3rd. This will be covered i
;money gift for Christmas. Mt n'1 es. a Jan.. 17, 6:30): p.m. Parish period,

Mills thanked the members dish Matheson family will supper.be Mrs. Chris x t. : Nh. *Supper> Father Paul Hitch will:i I '.How We Can Share Our Faith" .. I
|the useful gift given to hers 1 guest speaker ? < be guest Executive Board meets
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: I and it is hoped that all will at ,: was discussed by Mrs. A. J. HEARING AIDS
,Christmas. They were thirty-five Ella' Hardee Circle will be hostessfor t January 24 at the home of Mrs. Blanchard library and' literaturei
visits reported for the month. A the free luncheon. I tend.Members t tE.: E. Lasserre on Atlantic Ave. irmah.! : Mr! < fc; C. f sulk '

jEj l Ip'is: -to be presented Mrs. February 5th, from 10:00: a.m. I, were delighted to Wick-haveas ,' tat 8 p.ni'Quart rly Meeting of i i Mrs. Uffleinan announced that Ileaan4 t : .AffC"i iS i11ank! from
.D; If. Bythewood in memory "of until 2:30 p.m. an approved* study .a guest, Mrs. Raymond | r t fall Church"women, January '28 at lth. '
: beginning HEAttfNb
January .
awork-j;i SE.TICE
ersham 'wife of former ., J IB iICb(
a pastorof 'D-0 ; a:::ro ::'SF. I
'her late husband will be held with the subject 'being I the church. Mrs. Wickersham y, ::L' WEitney Hall, 8:00 p.m. Hostesses j shop will be held the third thurs. 'I ii ksenville'; FJi. will
i The regular business and pro' "The Church's Mission and to the and avery | for this meeting will be members I, day of each month from 9 to 12 dre-REE.beringz tests
gram meeting of seven circles of Persons of Special Need.!' Mrs. H. I 0 group of gave their of St. Monica's Chapter. I ti'clocl-af the Recreation l Center.i t and demonstrations Friday, I

i t ''the W. S. C, S. will be held Jan. R. Penton will be chairman.The l life in interesting their new resume pastorate at 4 St. Gerard's will meet on February Members of our Lady; of Lour. JanJSthXat.THOMPSON'S ,
lusfy 28th at 10:30 a.m. in Parish circle will meet February Goose Creek, S. C. 4 llth., at 8 p.in. at the hoW I des Circle were named as hostesses RBXALL
I hall, with two conference and 11th at the home of Mrs. T. J, oi Mrs. William O'Leary on Amelia for the next parish family STORR
,district officers as guests. The i i. Corbett. i Rba3, with Mrs. Louis Lowe 'I to be held DRUG
... __ ,. supper Sunday Match Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Miss David Tells
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; as to-hoste s. 3rd. -- .c-_...__..;;. an r ..

I ; Plans To'Wed r I.. -.. ,,- _

lion Theatre John M., Gibbs M .-. .. Edna Ward Class TICk aS GN A1 t At c RCt] ,
i I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ulsh an- Beach High School and is planning -!: Meets At Home of Jecksoiwinl Coll iu 114! 'Ad m I'Jt.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. David nounce the marriage of their I to enter a school in Jack ,.ot.itJaoLJ la&tPfaarMti.-- -
f daughter, Janet Marie, to Eyt where she will receive I 1: ; Mrs. James Bush
;5S: Phonfj2Gj! 4849 D. W. Roberts, Mgr. of Jacksonville announce the betrothal ;t sgnville d
; of their daughter, Gloria Millard C. Gillen, son of air aol her diploma.Mr. .
Mrs. Carl E. Gillen of Ft. Laud- f The Edna S. Ward Sunday r ..a ,,
& Diane, to John M. Gibbs, son of Gillen was ,graduated fom r 1
I Friday Saturday I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gibbs oft erdale, formerly of this city. t Fernandina Beach High Sch'oolin ]I[ School l Class of Memorial, t Metho.l .
I of Fer The couple was united in l iflit Church met Tuesday, Jan-
l formerly
Crystal River
and is presently'station"at d
"Requiem For A Heavy Weight"1WITH I nandina B ach. marriage December ;Gist in Na- I nary 15tft, .at 8:00': pm..t: the is ,
II Ft.I Devens, Massacbusettes 1 i ; :
The brill' -elect was graduated hunta, Georgia homo ,of: lr1r : James Bush.t with
I Robert : Lie School t tI Mrs. Gillen attended Fernandina: with the U. S. Army., 1fr!; Fred Cook as coHokteSs.Tir i
from E. High :
and is now attending the University rooms were attractively V4i
2 ALSO I of Alabama, where she is Edna Davis Class County Teachers decorated_ with floral- arrangements ''S' i t ia

I : "Wild Westerns"IN president of tne junior class in : The meeting was opened c d ? ? tA
.. the School of Nursing, and a Has January Meeting To Meet J an. 23 with.prayer by the president, Mrs.j. a 'a te '. .

I COLOR member of Alpha Phi Sorority. With Mrs. Pdrtin *! R. Hutchins, who welcomed the a ja
The Nassau County ClassroomTeacfiefs
The prospective bridegroom sixteen members' present. I 1 g r
\\1 1f o was graduated from Bolles School The Edna Davis Sunday School i Deoartment will meet Mrs; Hutchins gave the devotional '. N 'i i:.' i

+ Sunday & Monday and the University of Florida, in Class of Memorial Methodist Wednesday, January 23rd at 4:00.m. : I ; the illustrated Ten Comrnandr&efits. ;, 'S '

:! ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S"Adventures Gainesville, where his fraternity Church met at the home of Airs. ..at the Yule Library.' A note of thanks was 5' 5 I 'f r r
was Delta TaU Delta. D. A, Partin at 3:30: p.m., January14th. \ All members are urged to'be, read from Mrs John Barniak fort f 0

} of A Young Man" The couple will be married present -Christmas arrangement the, z, .
February 16th at Jacksonville The chairman, Mrs. Edward E. class sent Tier during the time of ,. i ,
I : IN COLOR Beach. Tones, opened the meeting with The Florida pigmy rattlesnake. her illness. ..... __ r.\.:..' -:

RICHAPll( REYMER DAN DAILET player and welcomed the 'sixtlr.embcrs seldom reaching more than '!2$- The business meeting closed I $3.50$2.50 roes tows 1 U':19.1i-. 'ila..IW\"Q 2. : ; T t f is,8.3
St. Anne's present The Spiritual inches in length, l inflict with' the clasps benediction. $1.50 rows ao-)a: !*. \,tJl,.i.b. ,\;i i.01.
PAUL NEWMAN ARTHUR KENNEDY Chapter may a I Ckildfin u4f 12, iilf piia..Fri.' 1, Sli; rk. J-), I t....
N DIANE'RAKERCONGRATULATIONS. LIfe program was given by Mjs.f. f painful bite which is seldom fatal 1; Refreshments were served by
A1.1 : \ Elects Officers At I Ticket feilrfattbVs may.:it made U r.ldiA& Heii1 .r
C J. B. entitled,
\ Thompson it is reported by Rods Alleri, :of the hostess and co-hostess after
dtt'_ ; i_Sto r-Oo\it f '
: t !! \!ll't
: "Thoughts for.ths"iii N v;y" f." "
11 ," .. T' := : 1 Janualry Meeting i I Florida's Silver*Springs. ': wliicli'a social, Hour was enjoyed. ,, ,"'' ,' ___
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...,.,.--.......L .-..................-.-...--........ ......-.--- was reported -'l iiiut': .s/\ vrs"aJwere ._..S -; --- ----.-.ia--;::- a.:.==-== .... ..... ....._.aa f i. ti .-0" f _> ___ w..ww" '.f____._ .
I, : St. Anne's Chapter of the Episcopal made by the members in the .......----'S.-' . n . .. '". < \r'1IK' n-"f < ., ..... ... L"I'*
Church met January 15th past month. Mrs.' H. C. Hunt : ,

J at the home of Mrs. Franklin Save the Missionary Education I 0 '. Jj .
TO' J J'
I Jones. Program, entitled, "A Minister in '.
It was announced by Mrs. Stu- Monastery." :
::1i 1 THE FERNANDINA DIVISIONOF bits that 't.e'(Quarterly Meeting the W. I 'l.-
: It was announced that '1Nr938t
i lof Church Women"- vill meet Jan( ,- '
I S. C. S. meeting will be held in ;
I. 28 at-Whitney Hall executive .
uary ; AI
Parish Hall on January 28th at I .. ,
I board meeting January 24 at .
10:30: a.m., with the Ella Hafdee '
Joan Lasserre's house and a Parish .,'" .
Container of America ; Circle as hostess for the luncheon. .. "
r' eT
j Corporation I ,VoiU be held Thursday '
SuPPer ..
The district officers will in .
'January 17th, at 6:30 p.m. : ,
I charge of the program. T '. A. S. ALL ANwelcome "
: ON THE with Father Ritch; of Jacksonville ,
I Beach, as.guest. There will be an approved study ; -- : -'0 r.
course on February 5th from
elected Jr .
officer as
New were "
( -ANNiVERSARYf!! I follows: Mrs. Bc sy Stewart, 10:00 a.m. until 2:30: p.m. The -

chairman frs. Hazel Jones, subject will be Church's Missions ; \ I !: '. ," .
uid Persons and Needs"Mrs.
OF OPERATIONSWE I worship ctairjnMiyrMrs.. Gloria Harold Penton Special will be in 'r.. ;' ::7'.'. .. } .' 'f'O't
./ I Hogan, program chairman. .
charge. Luncheon will be served ,

SINCERELY APPRECIATE Legion AuxiliaryTo at will a be nominal open fee and the nursery. j : CORPORATION I IctF

I ., YOUR BEING HERE Meet January 22 The February meeting will beheld I CONTAINER;

-ff on the 11th at the home of '
I U The American Legion\ Auxiliary Mrs. H. C. Hunt.

Theodojef Hj Hernandez The, meeting was closed with
y i BROTHERS :. Post 54, will: hold theft.regular the circle benediction. Previous to AMERICA

monthly meeting at 8:00: p.m.. the meeting, delicious refreshhmeats .
+ tht I II I J ...1
2hr. Tuesday' Janafy 22 at American
I . were served by the hostess. ,
I i I
Legion. Home. :. (The, Kraft Corporation At That time) ,' .
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Mrs. Sonny Durham! ,

I I We Were 'Indeed HapyTo At Hostess January To Class MeetingThe If.; ; kr"" ANDVMA" BIACH.. ) ; u.: .

Nita McCullough Circle of : ,. '
First Baptist Church met January .

Welcome/ 'sonny) mpbeH 14th Durham at as the, co-hostess.with home Mrs.of Juanita There Mrs. 'S In Our Wekww-AJ We Stated t that The, New: 'fiitoiry Was A<*<.:Asset: S

.were A short eight business members present.session was To This ':awl-Wrlsswd 3 The H.pe'h t:. 'f Wthiie-A'.. p'i iifi We..
of led by the chairman, Mrs. $ybil ; 't
Container America < f > ? i !-** > -*
: Corporation Haddock.

The program, "Christian Wit ;
nessing," wa led by Mrs. Durham V' enture'r
_ :; HEREIN 1938 Faye, who Justice was, Mrs.assisted Dena by Arnold
: ,
Mrs. Juanita Campbell, Mrs. Sybil l \

i AND AFTER 25 YEARS OF Haddock: :, and Mrs. Elizabeth ..Matthews" WeCftisRto Tlil, PMitSU.fiI' Itytfcf' Any EkpedlttoJand,

____ ;:i PLEASANT. AND PROFITABLE ASSOCIATION tOUR *hostesses.refreshments Following the.;"were program' served, delicious by I the' f :; AckiiiwWf: ,V2 e. f 5QrNf, Ecww ii kdl l l.'1 On XJ This: AMif< cif ft Flr i4a. .


'Mrs. Bridges Hostess- : U ry. ..,


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Sunday School ClassThe s ": ... bill't ... ,

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Homemakers Sunday : : I
opiTt':25th $; -
ON THEIR 25th ANNIVERSARY School Class of Five Points _Baptist "f I: '-:is' -a _" t s<. .'. _< _

Church held its monthly j : '
meeting January 14th at' tKe .
home of Mrs. Eloise Bridges.

OF OPERATIONS The devotional, which was takep :,: ANNIVERSARITkFjE..iNDUStR: : : .
from Matthews 8:1-35, was given : : ;
tf J
by Mrs. Bridges. .

Group captains were 'eledetJ.is
follows, : Mrs. Eloise Bridges! 'Mr< |. ,.

:: GULF 011' CORP., kathline. Drake,. Mr?. Lillian : fc* -.- ,.
Freeman, and Mrs. Annette OgjIvie. -
I" .; _, 'It. ', ,

: 5-a / R. MERROW JR. Agent >k The next meeting will!* .held .w. .i :. ..., .; .
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:--Page" --Four News-Leader- Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, January 17, 1963 '
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.y: 25 Years Ago In I Fernandina Beach


When $2,000,000, Kraft Mill OpenedJust

M.c .. i EII I !!IiJiI :u11'
: twenty-five years ago this Assn., Walter P. Paepcke, president -._
week, when the dedication was I[i of Container Corporation of ,
held, for the opening of the $2-i'America, and Dr. Charles H.

000,000 Kraft Corporation of America Herty --- Z. ?r'M
(now Container Corporationof r From 10 ajn until 12 noon, a

America) plant in .FernandinaBeach j f free lunch was served on the

i grounds of the new mill by the \. .. 2q44Ir5
January 14, 1938 proclaimed \
cityAmong _
"Florida Industries Day" by Governor those attending the dedication 4iEt3 -

-c: ; :j *1:; 5a Fred P. Cone --_- were, Governor Bibb __
# J, C. LaViere headed the reception Graves of Alabama, Governor. OlinD. L -

committee for the big event- Johnston of South' Carolina,
Dignitaries were met at the :I and Governor E. R. Rivers of

Jacksonville depot by the University -I I Georgia ,
g of Florida band in full uniform Taking part in the day's activi-
ties were State Senator A. C. Mc- G

Mayor P, C. Kelly headed a reception -' /tnnur, State Representative Dan

: L t'; committee to meet a motorcade Kelly, Jr., and former City Man
: tiw at the outskirts of the ager 0. H. Anderson
______ I Among the large number mak-

____ 2 cityDedication exercises were, ing plans for the day were, Coun-

I : broadcast by NBC as the National ty Commissioner John T. Fer- f

; Farm and Home Hour I reira, City Manager John A. C.

$I&I ,w ;, Speakers included Mayor E. c.1 Bogart, and City CommissionerW. 'R
r :o) Kelly, Governor Fred Cone, Senator T. Haile'C. -

4tI Claude Pepper, Secretary of I. A. Leuhrman, president of BRYAN RAUSCHERT, left, was installed as president of Kiwanis Club on J;.nuary 7
n u"IptV f
I n a ;:< Commerce Daniel C. Roper, James the Quaker Oats Company of and received the gavel from Reed Ltwellen retir'ng! president. Other officers installedwere

I ; G. Stahlman, president of the I I Chicago, was visitor here'for" the Bill Webb, president elect, and Jack Vinn, secretary. Wives of Kiwanians were
rr American Newspapers Publishers day of the dedicationKiwanions present for the occasion. Pictured from lea: are, Rauschert, Lewellen, Webb, and

I Vann. Photo by T.'"n: Kug
i Mrs. F, C Hiller, Dr. Charles HflIyer .
QfrlCEKS OF THE FERNANDINA BEACH BOAT CLUB for 1963 were installed at i and son'Charles and daugh- Hear I II -- -----

...t he. first meeting of the year, January 11. Pictured from left are, Carson McKendree, ters Hyler and Stuart. Also. here I pities of waste of all kinds." I II : I Ii

1 treasurer, Kasley Thomas, Commodore, Ray Lovequist, Past Commodore, Leon Her- was Fred Wolverton and party on Frank Hawks Tell I Going into the chemical composition I i Kenneth Si urges, Jr.'I: Sheriff Destroys

rjnstcn, secretary, and Jimmy Harrell, Vice-Commodore. One of' the club's famous the "Manatee". Fred is the Jack- j I of wood, he said, "that I +*

w ?. .' covered dish suppers was served for members, families.and guests, at the annual in..s.talhtion. sonville Oldsmobile dealer and operator ?. ProblemsBY : the principal components of the I II I i! (Continued from Page One) Whiskey Still i ie
Of Waste ,
of marina. H. Ewing I'
a ; i
-- Photo by T H. King I )\"oodhrh is digested in pulp
If. Dean, fleet captain of'the Florida mills, is cellulose and lignum. Only The rank of Second Class

.I Yacht Club, was here and a num...: TOMMY HALL I' a limited use has been discovers Scout was presented to Ben Bouloygl1 Area-
ber of others. jamin Dickens, Steve Hadden,
: Container Container Just Ramblin' Tor most of the materials
Vi I ""
6 e. Lowell Hall Charles Holton and
/ '. jjf 1 Speaking on the subject of which have to be disposed of as Sheriff H. J. Younjrblood and

--...(Continued.. from Page One) (Continued from Page One) (Continued from Page One) 1[ I watched a local young lady. "WASTE", Frank Hawks, assistant i waste This: means that unless an I II John Shepard. i i three of hs deputies, Colon"Sike",
receive ten shares of valuable economical be made ,of the Eugene King received the
use can
Resident Manager of Rayonicr I Jim Sawyer and Emery .Walker,
The 5-ycar"vete-rM8.: ( signally to the Concora Club members end} \ casjon and rate our extra special I rank of First Class Scout and!I I
waste, the problem of man-made
of Fer-
and the
Container Corporation of Americastock Inc. president I I destroyed .whiskey still Monday
honored at Concora Club guests he cited that the oichids eI
a : com : !I I i Danny Fullwood received the I I
nandina Beach Rotary Club, told deposition: of it can make it impiactical .. .
... morning
tfcvwr last night lit Seaside Inn pany's vice chairman was .a. self- Sheriff H. .J. Youngblood and this week as a gift ancJ'sW\ from economic standpoint rank of Life Scout. I i I nearBoulougne I
Kiwanians Monday night of the an -
with John V. Spachnw, vice chairman made man, having started his his Water Patrol who battled recalcitrant yelled to high heaven The recipient ; problems which our chans- for mills to go on producing Merit Badges were presentedto The *til*,''Ibcafed about.2"milesoff

tf Container. Corporation as career as an office boy wjth the elements to stage the was Lora Jeanel Holton, justa w *many ng world has imposed upon society their much needed and useful Barry Rice, Beryl Rice, Dan- Highway J21 in the Boutour'io; '\ tI

guest speaker.Another Chicago Mill and Lumber Co. in beat races. couple of days old and highly. and giving particular reference products, without resorting to I ny Fullwood, and Eugene King. area, was pfi 1 ) U had
highlight of the celebfatfrn 1918. This company was the predecessor The Fernandina Beach High resentful at being bothered 'with; to the tremendous problem of nature to assist in the disposition The Rotating Trophy for troop i I variety ami held JjJQ{ barrels?
... I been filled and to
I the awarding of ten of what is today the School Band for another stellar 'being }was ready run
was 1 anything so insignificant as daily disposal of all types of of waste. advancement was presented to
; :
'TT; "shares of Container stock to the : huge Container Corporation of performance that drew plaudits photographed. Lora Jeanet. ,. waste from our communities.The Jack Vann and Fred Cook were Troop 191. The troop was given I I The illicit operation was discov-

if* baby born at Humphreys Memor- America with 119 operations in from out-of-town guests as well daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hoj: "thatat in charge of the and permanent ownership of the tied through an anonymous tip
speaker pointed out, program
'" tat1 Hospital l in Feriiandina., Beach I this country, West Germany, Holland as local boosters! of this fine aggregation ton, Jr. was the baby born near,?. the present rate of increase of presented the $ |.ker.r Trophy for the year of 1962: but the "Sheriff and his depntii' ,

nearest the anniversary date. Austria, Italy, Colombia, and their director, Jonathan est the Silver Anniversary ;'ofContainer's The Rotating Trophy for 'attendance rouwt/lecating. ?
'<'"The Mexico and Venezuela. Imputation throughout the world, Two Key Clubbers, Ken Law- ; still had ) thc
Miss Hill. ;
lady local 'and
"* young was 1 operation that by the year: 3063 there wouldbe horne and J;' K. Freeman, were was also presented to operators'of *tl'Itm vfoffld, it
Lora Jeantl Helton, daughter of Phinney aJso'pointed out that' The local chapter of the Society thereby the reason for being'4lu> :
: standing room only on the guests. A visiting Kiwanian, 191 Permanent
Troop presentation seemed park their truck in the
t Mr. and Mrs. Ira Holton, Jr., of in just ten short years Spachner' ; for the Preservation and recipient of the shares. 'I can't,: ,
land mass of the earth. Bill Loptein, shland, KentuckY of this will awarded iuts'of the seldom used rflad'a,id
AiiJCUy. Slie was born on Sun. rose to president of Pioneer Paper' Encouragement of Barber Shop help but conjecture as to .,OfW.,'i; trophy be -
J day fternoon. jjte presentation Stock Co. and from that time has I Quartet Singing in America for shares will be worth if What-the'l "Along with this ever increasing mad" t. attendance. at the next Court of Honor.In lay planks out to walk OB iatu a

f wasVmade by R. B,.*PMnney, General steadily moved up the ladder tol, another outstanding performace. on to them and the company con: rate of the peoples of the Bryan Rauschert, newly installed closing, a brief resume of drainage ditch and theflclfSbm:

: : Manager. of the Fernandina his present high ranking position II Gordon T. Butler, local residentand tinues to prosper in'the 'future, as. eearlh, tomes the ever increasing president, presided.The the 1962 Scouting advancement one-half mile through the undu
pioblera of disposal of waste, for Mush to the still location.
Beach Mill Division.. widely known throughout the in the past. writer wishes to apologize
Little Miss Holton crimed lustily In his address, Spachner praised ''i i state as Executive Secretary of ok such multitudes. for an error in last week's writeup was presented. The Boy Scoutsof I The operators were not in the

: thwaffaout} the presentation and the local mill's success throughthe I the Florida Leagua of Municipalities Many believed and I think just- "Sources of absorption of of Kiwa /.i installation of of- Nassau District have receiveda I vicinity when the'still was discovered -

pIAtfr'e taking, giving evidence years and singled out Phinneyfor : who handled emcee chores ly so that the unfriendly weather waste," he said, "were the land, ficers held on January 7th. total of 77 Rank Advance- and destroyed. .,.

: that she may well someday be one special commendation He noted i with his usual ease and facility of Saturday and early Sunday livers and oceans, other bodies of The musical program at that ments and. 209 Merit Badges

to reckon) \ with at* stockholders that the local division is one ':. Thos. J. Shave, Jr., local attorney morning cut the- crowd and the water, and the air, all of which meeting was charmingly presented during the year. This will pre- "Legislator: The same man

meetings if' she holds on to her of the brightest spots in all of.I and co-chairman with Reed dedication ceremony by one-half presently have the capacity to take by Miss Susan Butler and Miss I.sent a challenge for 1963.I who, when a little boy, went to

: shares ana Container continues to I Container's far-flung operation. : Lewellen of the dedication committee or more. Many who had plannedto care of these needs, but which are Lucy Dyal. Miss Louise Rauschert I Troop 191 gave tbs closing the grocer and forgot wb.at hu

i enjoy iU present success. The i for his masterful handling fly in were grounded in Miami, constantly and continually being was mentioned as accompanyingMiss ceremonies The' next Court of motner sent him there fw." --
The .Fernandina Beach Paper- II guest in speaker his painted a I; of the introductions of visitingand Sarasota and other points ,and overburdened in their capacity to Dyal, whereas her accompanist i.Honor will be held Tuesday Feb D. J. Shults, Hettbge-r (N. D.I
\+ Tio..nj' Mill, one.of the major oPerations rosy of the 'immediate prognostication future of local dignitaries. flotillas that had headed this way 'absorb the ever increasing. quan-. was Miss Butler. I I ruary 5. Adams County, Record I.., .

of Container Corporation Container, pointing out that Albert Hirth, Commander of were forced to turn back on ..Sat --- ------- ------ ---- -. .. -. ....." -,.. -. .- -- --. -..- -.:. .--- -- --

'America, provide an integrated who have. predicted a recession many'I i the local American Legion Post I urday. Several were dignitarieswho _! :_
1 packaging service for the cit. seemed to have ill-founded fears. I 54, for his arrangement of the would have added consider

i jus, textile, produce, and other He noted that the company'ssales I I I beautiful and inspiring Presentation i ably to the attendant publicity on

: industries of the South. The mill in 1961 were $330,000,000 of the Colors by members of the occasion. Other than the wea-
i produces paperboard which is used his post and Post 88 of Jackson- I II
with $263,000,000 in the United ther and the possibility that.some
: in packaging these and various States and.$67,000,000 foreign ville. Many visitors were insistent were overlooked, who should have Reddy Kilowatt

i. other items... Since its pening 25 and that 1962 figures (not yet that this was the highlight of the been recognized, my chief complaint .
the mill has producedmore I I
years ago ceremony.
lies in the fact that TV
compiled ) were expected to
than three million tons of this. .exceed Rev. J. W. Dozier, Presbyterian coverage was not as extensive' as d' .
1 paperboard materials. This produc- I minister, for a thoughtprovokingand
I Profits, he said, reached $18- it might have been.
: lion is equivalent to approximately beautifully deliver invocation.
in ok '
300,000 1961 with $16,000,000
a quarter of a million railroad Doyle Conner, Florida Commissioner -
i de-
in the states and $2,275,000 foreign Our vote for the"v sitor to salufes 0
carloads of the packaging mater. of Agriculture, for lendinghis dication ceremonies with the most .' .
T : 1041.t He told of of the dignity to the occasion and !! infectious personality goes to Jk.'". Q II \. .
The chief raw mattrial of the many foreign for his able handling! of the enviable I John McDonald farm director of d ,
operations and the I II'
: Fernandina mill is a forest of problems confronting I chore of presenting Miss r I I: ., .
the WSM radio in Nashville, Tena.
carefully) conserved Southern Pine, I company in estab- U.S.A., Miss Florida and Miss ,
I' '
lishing new plants John, who has his own show ,' > -- "'> _. :, ,
located in the general vicinity of ; overseas. Seminole. -' -, '
I "Noontime Neighbors", taped a ---
lie told also of
; Fernandina Beach, Florida. The I a number of i Billy Osceola, head of the Seminole I
show from Mrs. yacht
for I
,f equivalent of almost 35 million new uses company's pro I Nation in Florida, for add- I
: lives have ten used in the mill's ducts that are being perfected and! ing color to the occasion "Southern Trail" with interviews

25 years of operation.. As .part of I will play a large part in future Senator Harry Stratton for his : of local personalities. John mailedme i t t
expansion. the tape and I'll have it at the t i
a continuity; formation program I able presentation of the dedicatory _
next Chamber of Commerce meet-
: Spachner dwelt at some length ,
: the..CjOtipaay maintains a speaker.
S caps of expert foresters, 'who i on the common market in Europe, Wendell Jarrard for a fine dedicatory ing. Having lived in Nashville and t

i supervise the cutting out of trees, I stating that it is his belief that i address and for the having many mutual friends with. : CONTAINER .
added inter.
this John, lent personal
may well someday become
: and also advise wood growers on warm relations enjoyed between
I est to his visit. John and the
S tie care and conservation of their tne greatest power in the world. 'this city and his stiff ,
I I It is. his belief, he said that, Missus say they'll be back for a
: timber. In addition, the company I TK A majors of Trenton, N. J.
longer visit soon and he wants to
and each I contrary to the fears of many, who also added
r plants gives away year and Key West, Fla.,
i this will be in the best interest of tape several broadcasts from this
more than four million pine seed. immeasurably to the occasion CORPORATIONOF
: Lngs. Since its inception, this: 11 this country and that it is the'f with the unique christening ceremony area.
greatest obsacle facing Communism 1 if! iSr
S conservation program has resulted '
: in the planting of some 73 mil. I I for the future. I Jim Beard and his Public Works Congratulations to the Dixie .

t Ion seedlings, approximately I He added that this common i Department for their: untiring efforts land Store on their contributionto AMERICAFERNANDINA : .
the dedication of the Marine
: twice the number of pulpwood market of the countries of Western :! -in sprucing up the as yet ,
titer which its production hast i Europe id; now buying $31.* j ji Uncompleted welcome station area. Welcome Station by dressing op
Uilued during this period. i' billion a year from thUs country''' Few believed they could achieve a window with historical items bf DIVISION

The Fernandina facility was and is only selling us $2 billidin.In the attractive setting they readied interest regarding Fernandina

originally built )1C ntaine I' 10 years, he continued, thb'I:;i for theceremony.. Beach and other interesting artifacts i"

: Corporation ot* --AmericavhicK common market would number I Mrs. Teresa Castro (no relation i

has headquarters) in Chicago, llllo -- 300,000,000 people, predominantly I I ) who added considerable ,, .
,,, f.r thf inr 4\?tmn of kraft. pro-Western I glamour to the dock area with Officer Vernon Guest, W ..,.;...,.....- -,-.-..-- -.:" "
: pulp. Subsfqanit': additions: andS Spa chner.who has widely tra her unselfish.virtual "open house"o : has engaged in bouts with do* : '. ". i
the installation of ultramodernvquipme I veled' iin his present capacity, interspersed < all who had part in the dedication -I alligators, snakes, cats, and : ., .. ; :.:
animals has another to add to h +
t for producing kraft hits address with humor arrangements. This warm i s
: l.nerboard carry forward a long- : and the interesting talk was well personality has been dubbed "the f| list. Vernon answered a call 0

i plan; for the fac ility's derange received by those preesent.A ;nostesa with the mostest" by the :( the golf course to check on a r I :.OIJ."if$ .

: \clopmcnt Today, with a new highlight of the meeting was Florida Development Commission !IapA port that some animal was cau >.- ( ,

corrugated shipping Container : the presentation by Phinney of justly so. ing the dogs of Golf Pro and MEd o ; .

; plant, the FerntiJto Beach op- i citations to a number of company The Fernandina Beach Boat Mattson to act unduly excite uii ; / ::> : : ..: s :. : '. S ; <,: y

t ciation: iepre*f itsoQ! of the major I employees who have been with, Club members, who also braved Guest located the interloper .. .
t I the local weather the dog's domain and the "va!
facilities amt> \Jf Container operation continuously the inclement Saturday
: Coi )orations nalwo' hie complex since; its, i inception.. :(See 'names to; stage their fish fry, and Curt mint", the' likes of which Cue t
of 7:? paperboard packaging fa. I in another: story in this issue) Lasserre and his aides'!or staging I had never seen, showed so much .
the dance Saturday fight that he had to be dispatch
: cilitk-s. enjoyable
0 1 Join the 1903 March of Dimesand evening for visiting and local discIples by the officer. After considerable SILVER ANNIVERSARY

: "A grouch i is a man who has' help fight birth defects of Terpsichore.Ruthie investigation Guest found that thje

sized himself up and got lore through patient aid and medical Brown "Girl Friday" of animal was a Nutria, belonging .
about it."'. research programs. the Chamber of Commerce, who to the E. B. Philips of Amelia
i City. The Philips raise the animals !- .
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effort than anyone else and with not native to this country, .
the greatest ease and less fan'are. for their valuable fur. .
1,9381.963. ;
; .
t Used TV Sale f .
Plus everyone I fail to mention "It doesn't take much skill to .u "
OAK t l;at had any part in. this successful .* rrite a' love letter, but it may : ;" }- :

LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM .event.;' take considerable skill to get it r >

-c it back" Ray S. Francis, Cherry.' .. ""'. -
: WE FINANCE OUR o\\Tl6SEDTELEVISION A' number of yachts added tot vile (Kans.) Republican
the nautical flavor of the dedication -

: SETS ceremonies and many came .i "Remember when you point Florida Public Utilities Company

f from Jacksonville. Among those i an accusing finger at someone
observed and who are extended a I else, you've got three fingers

; Ch k'!sTY ASH AT SIXTH ram invitation to return was the pointing at yourself. Edward

: PHONE' 261-4491 Pelican" with the Hillyers, former J f, Frtnta Lanedon JN. D.) Cav- - .- -- ..
t,,,. residents gn board Mr, and i slier County Republican I "C"o.A. "I\\t-.L c. '.
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News-Leader,Ternandina: Beach Florida Thursday, January 17, 1963 Page JiveDOYLE


-I-- ., .... t I Class in the Ceramics RnMt 7:3C:

.. .r ; : 't. I Thousands Attend, 1! p.m., Martha Jean Puler' lnstr.

I .' Garden Club in the GatoOoom
(Continued from Page One)
at 8:00: p-m -

Fernandina Beach has a welcotf.. a TUESDAY JANUARY u:

addition." Playschool in the Game Roomat

The dedication ceremony was fit 9:30 aon., Joan Bean.:Thstr.

5 r rK wo-day affair, with boat race J Ballet Class ((6 )'rs.in) the

i fish fry and free dance set foi Auditorium at 10:00 a.m.::Julan-

< I IYn. Saturday afternoon. ie Owens, Instr. ?J
Torrential rains all day Satur- Brownie Troop 355 in the Game

lay kept the race and fish fry activity Room at ;:00 p.m. --:

to a minimum but an overflow Tap Dance Class in the Audi-

crowd of visitors and local torium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne
residents attended the dance ire ; Owens Instr.

eveniitg. Ballet Class ((9-11)) in the AuiV

The races were ably handled by torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne

Sheriff H. J. Youngblood's Water Owcns jinstr.Atlantic .

., ?atrol, the fish fry by the Fer- Ave. Playground sup.

1IRR landina Beach Boat Club and the ervised play, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Hugh

-..... :. Jance bj the Chamber of Com Sides, jnstf. J

pqli--- the merce. Ceramics Class l ((10 and jl) in
CONNER, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, is shown performing rri
The rains continued througt the Ceramics Room at
of Jacksonville to the thousands
Teaviable of Miss Florida Gloria Brody ,
chore presenting .
Sunday morning and threatened t! Martha Jean Puletti, InstfT'Island
at the dedication of the Florida Mari le Welcome' Station. here Sunday. send the dedication indoors at the Squares Club la. tha
Photo by T H King
: municipal auditorium but at jus Auditorium,at 7:30 p.m.-.
.,. ,.. t the right moment the skies cle2 ?. BarBershop' Quartet in mCon-

: $ and the weather was prob j erence Room at 8:00 p.nv

... I .he most appreciated feature ol WEDNESDAY, JANUARYS:

< ; the: entire event. Girl Scout Troop lOtf in the

,... .. I At noon visiting dignitaries
; ame Room at 3:00 p.m.Atlantic .
honored with luncheon at
were a
Avenue Playground,
Seaside! Inn. From that
point i ,
i .ipervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m.,
number proceeded to the Gulf Oii tugh Sides, Supv.
docks to board the Southern Trail,
Ceramics Class ((12 and 18)) in
a yacht belonging to Mrs. Teresa
Castro. Mrs. Castro, one of Flor- THE FLORIDA MARINE WELCOME STATION got a unique christening Sunday as the Ceramics Room at 3:30"p.m.,
Martha Jean Puletti Icstr.
ida's No. 1 goodwill ambassadors: Wendell Jarrard douses the plaque with a blend of water from Trenton, N. J., North- Adult Ceramics Class, in the

,. made a special trip here from tnuuo.il eaa 01. the intracoastal Waterway, nnd Key West, Southernmost end. Mayor Ceramics Room at 7:30: p.rn:/'Mar.
A xW0! ?MYp E,. Fort Lauderdale to furnish her C. B. Harvey of Key West is shown at lef> and jrst missing the picture at right i is tha Jean Puletti, Instr. .

atatial craft as a sort of float Mayor pro tern of Trenton, Joseph D'Ann izio. Welcome Station hostesses shown are ,, THURSDAY, JANUARY '21:
welcome station.
ng Mary; Page and Arline Hull. Photo by T. H. King the Game"" R
-'ayscl-ool in
The yacht timed its arrival a1.je
Welcome Station area in tinir .e 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Ititr
w ot his staff who had worked with I News From Adult. Ceramics Class in the
or Wendell Jarrard to cut a rib I
M Y r wJk. cn that stretched from the station the local dedication. committee, i Ceramics Room it 9:30 a.m.Iar.>

Harbormaster Roger Stake, his second in com- tha Jean Puletti, tnstr. .... ,
to the boat of
mand; Jim- Sumpter, head of the Balet Class (3 and 4)) in the
The Rec
Gccrge Davis. As the ribbon flub Center
; ... nwA.W Y, _: :. + ...mrrn. L .o..,. ww.w'o- dtin.11LAiM :red into the water, a greai tourism department; John Ward, S *: JfoHi"i at 10:00: a.m.; Juhnne -
head of the Welcome Station diy- Owens Instr.
caairraan-directoi the i-ionda Development Commission, cheer went from the spectators' ,
;LL JjilUtAltiJ 01: up
the dock ', .ision; Bob Mcllenry, .Jake John- BY SANDY 1VSANDROSATURDAY Ballet Class ((5 and 6)) in the
the Florida Marino Welcome Station following dedication cere- who-thronged area. : '
points to the plaque on sdn< Elgin White and Pete Bar- Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne
monies Sunday.! Left to right, Mayor pro tern Joseph D'Annuzio of Trenton, N. J., Preceding the' arrival of the! tbn. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17: JANUARY 19: Owens, Instr.

Mayor C. B. Harvey of Key West, Thos. J. Shave, Jr., Gordon T. Butler, Sen. Harry yacht, and the main the event dedication of the cere boa!1 ,'''As one of the outstanding fea Playschool in the Game Roomat Teen Club in the Game Room Ballet Class ((7.9)) in the..Audi-

l Stratton, Jarrard, Miss Florid (Gloria! Brady cf Jacksonville), Miss Seminole Nation mony : lures of the dedication, Mayor 9:30 'a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. at 7:30 p.m. 'orium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne
(Connie Johns), Miss U.S.A. (Macel! "Leilni" Wilson of Honolulu Hawaii: ),. Arline races another was run), ('see the race FernandiI story {f )Harvey and Mayor pro tern D'An Adult Ceramics Class in the i 1 CotilliOIClub Dance in the Owens, Instr.

Hull and Marv Pare welcome station host'sse?, Otto Wettstein, FDC commissioner Beach High page School Band gave ode nuzio of Trenton brought bottles Ceramics Room at 9i30: a.m., Martha I Auditorium at 9:00 p.'n. 'I Atlantic Avenue; Playground,

fr...n T JVA 'o.,k. ?rid R'1 'mor.d Mason FDC commissioner from Jacksonville.Photo. of the concerts for which the pir water from their respective Jean_ Puletti, Instr. I SUNDAY, JANUARY 20: supervised play, 3:30.5:30: : p.m.,
by T. H. Kin: .lave become famous both local);'' lends of the Intracoastal Water- St Michael's Guild Workshop in I Jehovah's Witnesses meeting in High Sides, Eut'V.Jonlor .

and state-wide and the Golden Ill*;! fray 1[ and blended them together in the Conference Room at 9:00: a.m I I j the Conference Room at 2:00 .p.m. I Citizens in' the Confer

Chorus, local chapter of the Socity ?' 'container\ held by Jarrard. Jarrard Bat*" Class ((3-4 yr.) in the MONDAY, JANUARY 21: ence Room at 7:15 p.m.

Water Patrol Legion Posts Band for the Preservation and Erf- doused the, water onto the AuditonLt at 10:00: a.m., Julanne Children's Art Class in the Art Rubinoff Violin Concert spon-

couragement of Barber Shop :Welcome! Station plaque to officially Owens, Instr. Room at 3:30 p.m., Faith Britton, sored by Kiwanis Club in. the
;: christen the facility. Auditorium at 8:00
Instr. p.m.
Quartet Singing in America sand Ballet Class ((5-6 TT.) in the .
several numbers for the waiting &: Following the ceremony the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne Atlantic Avenue Playground, -

Chorus Add Color To Dedication crowd. 'rf J spectators were invited to openftouse Owens, Instr. supervised play, 3:30-5:30: p.m., &
began at the welcome station. Dozier Gay
I The dedication ceremony Ballet Clas ((7-9 yr.) in the I Hugh Sides, Supv.
at 2 p.m. with an invocation by I-' As a welcome station for boat- Auditorium Ballet Class in the
at 4:30 Julanne Teen-age _
L Florida folded in colonial : p.m., OnekoteWhIte
A number of aggregationshave lor Jonathan Hill. r flag Rev. J. W. Dozier, minister of the ers, the new facility will serve Owens, Instr. Auditorium at 3:30 Julanne
.come in for special com They also played for the Pre- triangle. First Presbyterian Church. Dozierwas the traditional free Florida I p.m.
orange .
mendation for their: outstanding ,I sentaticn of Colors and the impressive -' Bill Lantow, Rifleman, guarding presented by Gordon T. But- juice and will give out maps and supervised Atlantic play Avenue, 3:30-5:30 Playground, Owens: Intr.Preteen: Ballet Class in the Enamel

Contributions to the color and flag ceremony, Following on left bf w ''folded flags.S. ler, master of ceremonies. Butlef,' navigational charts as well as p.m.,
Hugh Sides, Supv. Auditorium at 4:30 Julanne
I p.m.
dignity of the dedication Sunday ihe dedication they captured the J. Rusinek, Rifleman, guarding a local resident, is executive secretary "Brochures from other cities in the Mother's of Owens, Instr.
of the Florida Marine Welcome I. i'&ncy of all good Southernerswith folded of Auxiliary Troop $5.50 Gal.
of state.
on right two flags. of the Florida League
rendition of"Dixie" 191 in, the Art Room at 7:15 p.m. Adult Ballet Exercise Class in
Station here. a snappy Cliff Caldwell, on right carrying : Municipalities. The newest hostess for Florida
Young Democrats in the Conference the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m., Jul'
The groups and their contri Post 54 colors. Following the invocation an impressive Welcome Stations is Miss .
Ruby Room Owens
at 8:00: p.nu. anne Instr. E-Z PIC
butions are as : Ramon Pick, to left of Post 54 Presentation of Colorswas Freeman of this city, who will FRIDAY, JANUARY 18; Jaycees in the Conference Roomat
in Another highlight of the dedication .
better known
Ben Perry, I the colors, carrying Stats of Florida performed by American Leg dispense hospitality in_ the new SubTeenClub in the Game 8:00 p.m. 14TH & BEECH
i Florida: boat racing circles as i program was
ion Post 54 of Fernandina Beach station.
-Handle Bar Hank", flashed i ol the Golden Isle Chorus, local colors. (( ". .fa_ .. .. Room. at 7:15 p.m. .Adults and, Teens Ceramics s
ji and Post 88 of Jacksonville see .
Charles Bloodwovth, to left of ,. --- .
1 around the. !local l race course t in i I' cteptcr of the Society for th| State!: colors', carrying the battle 'stort of this' 'ceremony" :another '
i 'd time Sunday {to capture'lu' Preservation and Encouragement I"
1 ilag of Dixie.J. story in this issue). <,
"' irst place in the Florida Marine of Barber Shop Quartet Singing
1, Mayor E. J. Smith was presented -
;;Welcome Station free for all race in America. H. Glass, to left of Dixie flag, by Butler and he extended a
.iSundaY. The chorus, made up of local carry' Post 88 colors'; -
warm welcome to all in attend
1'':.,_ Perry received $250 for his effort Den and directed by C. S. Burg- Thomas P. Harper Jr., was ;
L": from Sheriff JL J. Young. hardt, welcomed visitors and dignitaries stationed at the flag pole and Thos. J. Shave, Jr., cochairmanof -

'blood's Water Patrol, sponsors of : with a special rendition of acted as flag jj p j t w the Dedication Committee with CONGRA TULA TIONS
the weekend racing bill The "Down Our Way", which included -
]:': I Harold Hammontrce, Drill Master Reed Lewellen, handled the introductions
*pur&e won by Perry was donated i I a "patter" sung by the lead sec- in command of the Honor of visiting and local

lj */0Hugh F. Stone, Jr., local tion on the second verse as the Guard, is recognized throughout dignitaries and guests.

{ Standard Oil agent. lest of the chorus accompanied in Legion circles for his outstanding Among those introduced were
tThe, winner's hydro and his ex- harmony.The ,
Conner Florida Commis- .
Doyle .
: 'yert driving were just too muchr.I.or group also sang their Sun. .
The presentation! of the 8 flags sioner of Agriculture, Senator 'i.
shine District in rousing ,
Second Song a
the others in the race. '
under which Fernandina Beach Harry 0. Stratton of Callahan, : .
place went to J'Stough' of Or- I''[ manner. The song, entitled "DownIn has served was made by members Mayor C. B. Harvey of Key West, I ... .. '.; < T"'O ,
::;ando in Catamaran with two Sunshine Land", was very appropriate .
a '
vlOO h.p. motors: and third went to for the occasion. Other oi Post 54, in yieciiowing order: Joseph D'Annuzio, mayor pro 4< : _: ., '. ..' .r, .
,....John Sarrency of Gainesville in numbers included their theme Ray Seville, to U. S. Air Force tern of Trenton, N, J., and Billy

I Old and their Reserve unuornVfrfSjried the Am Osceola, head of the Seminole
ivvhe same type boat. song, "The Songs", '
encan Nation in Florida.
'*. Jimmy Gordon, who races for ; motto song, "Keep America Sing ( ;
*his dad, Dick Gordon, took timenwt ing". George Ivy carried the French Conner, in turn, presented ,the ; .

from studies at Florida State I Members of the chorus particiiJ3ting flag, first to fly over this island. t three beauties'on the platform, ;: Container i.. :
:;University to come home for the were: Bashes Newt Roberts James Ponce, of SL Augustine, Miss 'U.S.A. (Macel "Leilani"Wilson ;
direct descendant of Ponce de of Honolulu, Hawaii),
-;-event. On Saturday, Jimmy, a I Dick Adler, Ronnie Shadix, a :,
/oimer Gator Bowt"Regatta win. Russell Still, Craig Duey, Dan Leon, presented the Spanish flag. Miss Florida (Gloria Brody) of .
c. foWtfrst in Ellis and Charles Nissen. Baritones Loyd Uffleman presented the Jacksonville and Miss Seminole n.
..her, breezed in place I \ .. .n .
Rex Dud- British flag.Lawrence. (Connie Johns of Brighton, Fla.) ;
ile free-for-all, M "1 Ricky Gentry, .
:: Jeff Luten of Jac otville was ley, Evcit Elvin,' Aiex Websterand B. Shank presented Stratton presented the dedicatory :'

*tecond and Bill Gothard, also of Eric O'Steen. Leads Har- the Patriots flag. speaker, Wendell Jarrard, of .",
?Jacksonville! was third. iy Taylor, Mere Kavouklis, John Jack Stalnaker presented the with a number of complimentary America "
I Green Cross of Florida. remarks about his success as head '
..?< In the 60-100 Lp. class on Saturday Barniak) Bob Springer, Dave '
I afternoon, Luten came inJjjirst Bowers, George Lawrence. Tenors Leon Herrington presented the of.e Florida Development Com-' .: .

and Herb Norris of Orlando I' Tommy Hall, Howard Hanna, flag of Mexico. mission j. ,

*vas second. Third place went to Fred Bond and Claude Haddock. Mathias M. Fiala presented the The Seminole chieftain, wijo ,.' .. "...
Gothard of Jacksonville '* Dixie (or Confederate) flag. presented, spoke briefly and pr e- ,.
Sheriff H. J. Youngblood award- I In what many termed the most T. W. Tilman brought up the seated Jarrard with a colorful Li ON THE COMPLETION' OF '.'. "

'"ta his Sportsmanship Trophy to colorful and impressive part of rear with the American flag of the dian jacket and a gaily decorat d : : I

j:;:}lerb Norris of Orlando. I I the dedication ceremony, members I rear 1821 ((24 flags) when the tomahawk. ','

.** Race entries were not up to expectations of American Legion Post 51 of United States first acquired Amelia Other dignitaries who were re- ,.. .

after a downpour' all : Fernandina: Beach and Post 88 of j Island. cognized by Shave were Clayt n : '

xia; Saturday threatened to can- Jacksonville engaged in the Promentation j Legion dignitaries here to witness Sanders, acting city manag r, ;'" .

el the event However, Roy Jack- : of Colors, following the j the dedication were Department City Commission members B a 25 Successful Years

won, a member of the Sheiu'fVater : I invocation. I Commander Arthur M. McCarthy Sorensen, E. J. Johnson, Jon' .oru.t- .
advanced of Tallahassee, Northern Rliakos, L. L. Bohannon, City Morney -
;,) Patrol who was instrumental I The colors were by I HI 'I'f
i in handling the races, stated 'I Post 88 with Commander Albert AI'ea"ire Department Command. H. W. Fishier; Director W f 'I '-

Joat I the Patrol will in all probability i Hilth of Post 54 directing from I ei Paul Reycs of Gainesville, 5th Public Works Jim Beard, former. .

'I sponsor other races in the the speaker's platform. District Commander C. Lamar city manager Russell Nahm, Ra I 1.1 IN FERNANDINA) BEACH :.:: -

"future. I Those making up the Guard I Cannon of Jacksonville, 5th Dis- Claude Wingate and former Rt i, :to.

.,;; Dick Gordon was umpirein'chicf and their order of march follows: j tuct; Judge Advocate Frank Reyesof T, H. Askins, Sen. Allison Stri :II t ,

for the racing; events.Following >>. I A. M. White, Jr., Captain of the I II | Jacksonville, 5th District. Executive land of Citrus County, Chaml ,r J -: -

*r -tf ft I Guard carrying the flag of the Committeeman: Ike Butler President Chuck Flenniken, Couh ,.
the boat race, the United States. of Jacksonville ty Judge J. E. Weatherford, Reid : ,
I '
;{rack Fernandina Beach IlighJlhool i Ray Walters Rifleman, to left Lewellen, co-chairman of 4 R -. WE ALSO EXTEND OUR APPRECIATION : "nu .
'. Band displayed! the ability Ioi I colors (U. S. flug.) J. J. Kelly, 85, dedication committee, Zeke O'F; :" _

'+'t..t consistently keeps the l in,41e I Erwin Grot, Rifleman, to right Dies I In New York. rel, president of the Key W< t .(i', .....
fore of bands of the state as of colors l U S. flag). Chamber of Commerce Hary -
'*tli ?y played several appropriate John dreamy, Color Bearer, James John Kelly, 85, native of Poole, chairman of the Nass: ". : OF A PLEASANT BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP

Cumbers, under the lead of DUec., carrying U. S. Flag and State of I II Feinindina Beach, former Jackjionville i County Commission, Raymond Mon 14 ,-
-- -- ----- -- I of Jacksonville and Otto "
realtor and resident of
I a "Ii
t I New York City for the past thirty stein.. FDC commissioners. .
: American Legion officials prejU ---
: years, passed away December .
Fresh FishShrimp &
>0 at Columbia Presbyterian HosptUxl eat and recognized were Arthur -

.. a I in New York. McCarthy, department command: 2

: :: Daily i cafe Mr., Frances Kelly ;is daughters survived, Kather-by his of Area Florida Vice; Raul Commander Reyes,;Northern Lamar Burgess & Cook, Inc. :j

: !+ Special Orders Are Our Specialty I ae, Mrs. Arthur Cullen of New Cannon, 5th District Commander 3 ;

YOlk, and Mrs. Jesse B. Thomas and Albert Birth, Commander of '-' : .
of Glen Rock N. J. American Legion Post 54, who c .
,I of New York; and brother Ma- conducted the Presentation of '. : MOTOR FREIGHT LINE.j.-j. -':;..::\'

: : Open Daily 7:00 A.M. To 7:00 P.M. ; Jua Burial A. Kelly was of in MianL Gate of Heaven I I Colors Mayors, Hollis Ray of Callahanand .-. ;: :'; = ": -- : ,.. :

: : One Block North of Atlantic Avenue On Front Street : following David Buchanan of Hilliara .
Cemetery, Valhalla: N. Y., '
I Phone 2G1-4S11 Melvln Dougherty, Prop. I Requiem Mass January 2 ata were introduced as was Miss Nassau ; : r" : ', j' : : r' ,,*, : :
; YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED j jt Y ulee, ; ,: : > : : ;, .
Rose of Lima R. C. Church in County, Joan Wells of ,.L .- ._' ... ,, .JI
iSY...-... .II' '" ._'-Joe: ;_ '- ..'" -_ "qyS ,, ,". '.i -
+ liew; ork.t : : I Jarrard recognized the members. .
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Bethany Class fcetes J Jssephfne. Goolsby I Akfl* ti'.Ff..lfsts. ':: JUnior/ High-LIighs# loOp 1/l'Gubs.

I Mrs. AnderohWith takes f dffice f ASV6sf : In I ', IC1UIYICIttSI' MRSONAl r 0- ) To Be Guests On V '? ; ___

1- JJTJ* BY JANICE 'S'EATrHi P) Playhouse
Cherub Shower \ Excellent f Chief. Mfes{ Ann Nalla, Caughter o* -;' ___

fh1T ** School Pythkn Sisters of Fernah- Mr. fend Mt;. James T, NaiLs of Gerald Purvis and Pvt. David Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ted 1 !, Glad to see you. This bap- ,. family who are:- going to South I II Cub Scouts of Dens 1 and 3Troop _

I Class: of Bethany First Sunday Church dma Temple 7 'held 'a public Installation YuleCj has been 'ch seIi as one of' I rorvis, of the U. S. M rines11at Schmidt, 9 Joyce Rd. Wood- ,, py greeting didn't come from ,all I, America to live i but we hope notfi. I I 171, will be guests jxn .Jh*

met last Tuesday Baptist evening at the (]f out hs Mohday the top fire. beauties for the 1061 1 Sunday for their home in J esa bridge, Va., will regret to heth1|1 I: the other 'Junior ever., We're going to miss you Popeye Playhouse* T 'esdat,' Jan
;hcme of Mrs. Lester Davis. Mrs. night at' Masonic T m le. annual' at William carey College Ga. after spending the weekend cf the serious illness of their son, r---- I High students .Dazanne!! I I uory 22, at 5:00 ,.m. on U nnvl

Davis and Mrs. J, M.; Garner The altar was decorated t with inl Hattlesburgi. Miss.tie II Sere visiting with their brother-in- Johnny. He is the grandson of I when on January ., The :Junior High School Band i ii : 12, Jacksonville T. V. station.

served as cohostesses.Mrs. arrangements of \wisteria 'and. Ivy .20-year-oiof 1 j jaiiior, a transfer law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E-- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt of [7th, it was trick I!.i will: have a concert tonight j Those appearing will be Jimmy
W, A. Lawhorne brought .and baskets of flowers" in 'colors, from'Clarke"College in.New-' eiie :McCarthy, this city. Mrs. Schmidt left byI I r fo school tifu (ThursdayJ at 8:00 p.m in the : Saunderson, Den Chief, MarkiaCrurapler

ihe"'devotional taken from the ''r representing the stations1, lighted ion. Miss.j: represented( the :Litaeisociety. i i plane: Sunday to ba with her son ;They knew goingS high school.: auditorium. Thejfe ; Davy Bowers, Johnny
: She Is,an 'elemibfary education Friends of Mrs. John L. Smith' and daught r. n-Jaw at the rfuld back meant mid I I planned; fe great program and thepublic" Johnson Tommy Ferreira
book of John, followed with prayer t tapers were. used for the 't ereuony : Sr. will be glaf: to know shfe {h ,[termexamsS I Invited. will be 11 11I and Jimmy -
I :bedside.Mr. I : is t There no Peters .
Schranti, Pete
? Mrs. McFarland .
I ,
presided over Candlel&hter Ron.'nie Tommy
were '
; ? : ttcaperatin* at the5 home :of her, !whIch* coIfi.' admission
are I'm
a. short business meeting. The 'llaore and i charged. sure you I i Larry Sellers, Steve Hendrix,
Candf Young- .
Mrs. Sherman
daughter, Kelley and Mrs. L E. Jcnes spent Si _" next the
sing up ) m1J enjoy songs they
minutes of the previous meeting lUcky Campbell, RiUy Hayes Robert -
'olood.! at Woodbine, Ga., following"1 re- last: weekend visiting with friendsand week. Then to !1js I
have pI l led., See you there Hall Jimm
verf read and the. various com : I Tyncr. Charlie ,
rcittee chairmen reported. It wai Flowet bearers were Linda and :ent surgeryTommy relatives in the southern part I L___ fop it off, the* I: Tha\ ,at, 8:00 .p.m. tonight in thehigh I Guest Pete Buckhardt, Kathy
CinoV Thomas and Klene.Mrile '
Jerry of the state. tporl:! ear ds school auditorium.A .
vtted to buy a new flourescenllijlt acted GooUby visited Cay Campbell, Barbie Schrantz,
for the class' Crews as hand [ this weekend with his parents, come out the following week. Future Teachers meeting is', Mrs. David Bow
room : i?: t Mr. and Mrs F. L. Durshimei Peggy Bowers
.jenjofj, Cfeo Sayler as Grand I : :: I I Well, I that's the L f aks.
"Mrs. Broward Peeples expressed : Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Goolsby, and spent last wce end'in Sanford guess planned for January 25. I ers and Mrs. Albert Seferan/,
her appreciation for the Christ. Manager, and Virginia'- Knight as'nstalling ''N covered the Marine Welcome l where they visited with Mrs.Durshimer's I Most of us are always glad to I' See you next week! : Den 1 mothers and Mrs. 'C. M.

ucs.igift presented her by theclass. ottfc i. I[ Station Dedication for Business! brother and sister- see people take trips and enjoy I II I Hall and Mrs. J. T. Campbell, Den

Mrs Jackson and Mrs. Taking office Tcreliar.; ; K. I Week Magazine where he is emi ; in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chalk- ::11 themselves. We are most happy : 3 mothers.

Sweeney, former residents, and Moore; fast Chief; JosephineGoolsby .,...; .. '.... t i, ployed. j ley, and family.: ( for Daianne and Andy Pinckleys ; State! Gasoline Tax i
Most ;::
Mrs."Anderson, were welcomed as Excellent Chief; .:".41.i : 'Mi I Painter returped i r I II
: Miss Mary Tabernacle Baptist
visitors. Myrtle' Rizer, Excellent Senior; ;; ;''''" .H" 1 Mrs. F. J. Schroder has returned ITo

At the close of the meeting, the Virginia. Knight, Excellent Ju' ,, @fA yesterday cola where after she visited a trip her to PCIl3 br th.- home after < a visit in I try club development surroundingit 1 Collections Show Hold Rsvivnl
,\ to "violet hill" "walnut i ii
'or Cleo r Mild- was us ,
; Sajl Manager
f class honored Mrs. Anderson witha ; ..,.., ... ; er, Clifford Painter,"and family Birmingham., Ala. with her i I January 21-.28
fed Thomas' Gu&rdj Jeanett ]-:;- ...:: ':y'C': *: "': -- I hill", "locust ridge, the spring",
Cherub. Shower and presented favk, Protector; and Rubye De :;?;t..t./':'<<.' ...'.;-M%).l:/*,$:- .i::..: :$\ .!q..l: I grandfather, H. 3!. Reed, and 'i iI brother, J. I,. Bass. and in ,Balti-. "dead dog branch" (the temporary i large Increase
k her "with many useful gifts Mrs. sd ,; : | brother-in-law and sister,. Mr a 31 1 1I nore, Maryland, with her daughter making memorable impression The Tabernacle BaptLit ChUf'hwill
odor a -
Edg&r Jones led the group in sevCiftl ,jam, Pianist. -- I Mrs. Francis Carol, and family j I Mrs. I. A. Nau.' ) etc. which TALLAHASSEE State Comptroller hold a revival beghainc January .
appropriate contests, with Following the installation, Mr. .:: .......'' ;' : Y/M.: .. .':X;" terrain we Ray E. Green reported today I 21st and continuing through'
: free for It the
prizes going to Mrs. Peeples and T, 1!. Goolaby presented his wife were to roam, was: j hat gasoline tax: collections I January 28th.

Mrs.W. R. Price. wjth a beautiful bouquet of 'red .flTlE family property friends., of our We grandfather knew whereto or I rot the first six months of the 1 Rev. Amil E. Brown will le the

The,' hostesses served(! delicious! roses. I find\ all the childhood treasures I I current fiscal'year: totaled $64,- guest Evangelist and will speak

refreshments and Mrs. Jackson ; Among the vkitois were; Mrs. major and phiw to make TheGarden I jof woods and surrounding fields,! 017,156, an increase of $3374,681. to the public each evening at( 1.;jO

dismissed with prayer. Selma Daniel, Grand Secretary, leeching her prote33 on. Her ac- suctf as ehinquapins, the best i 01 644 per cent over ths same p.m.

seven members from Jacksonville iivities at Carey include SNEA, ;, haws for making jelly, the choicest -I period for fiscal 1 year: 19GK2 Special musk will be provided
r Temple 7 and live members BSU Council, and YWA. '
Eastern Star Sets
I wild plums, a spot where The Comptroller also said that by the Buccaneer Trio.
of Jacksonville Beach Temple.! attended Fernandma t- I
i Miss Nails I fringed where December collections based on
gentians' ,
Public InstallationS introduced Mrs. grew r Rev. Lkyd Chambers, pastor
Each by
was Beach High School arid graduated S white clay could be found for November business totaled $to-
*; BY JANE SCOFIEI.D cordially invites the public to at-
,Officers Friday 1 Moore. from Yulee High in the Class of I molding into toy dishes, where to 810,966, an increass: of $547,396, tend. S
I 1960. search 5.33 cent, the same
I for Indian relics and num- 01 per over
Chapter 53, Order of Eastern '! Thelma Ki dig C'i.rcle' Of' the five ,girls chosen in the Friday of this week, the third : ;advantage of trees now that modern erous other things dear to the month in 1931.December "Be courteous treat the other

Star, will officers hold a public installation Meets Monday With fmais, one will be the Most Beautiful Friday of January, is the day set I'' cities and outlying areas are young. Our greatest delights were collections dropped fellow as though he is as import'ant
of Friday and the Most Handsome1. aside in Florida Arbor Day filled with fumes from increasing I
one as the many Saturdays when our ilightly under November collee- as he thinks he i is..M Mrs.
January 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Mrs. Odell DeesThe The announcement will be madein There have been so many; special :( industrial plants, automobiles, school teacher aunt would appear tions. The decrease in dollars was I Cary Hiott, PiAens ((8. C.) Sen
Itfasonle Temple. [ annual. weeks for.,trucks, etc. is their capacity fot .
the 1963 days and proclaimed with the demand for nieces and $58,912, or one half: of one per tinel. I S
Irs. Frances Gray, Past Grand Thelma Kindig Circle of observance in recent years tliat'such !1:drawing an enormous amount of I nephews to take a 'long woodsy cent. n <
: Matron, Jacksonville: Beach, will First Baptist Church met at the observance have come I t6i', 'carbon dioxide from the air in I walk" with her. Ou mother I
us- lot political candidates
"A of
ba officer. Mrs. Deboratj Mrs. Jones HostessFor I
installing -
home of Mrs. Odell De s Monday have little meaning. Arbor Day .their wonderful process of photo ually could not resist the temptation -
School totaling more who are 'standing on their fe
Past Grand Ruth, ,
will Steyens be Marshal.W4 I' night January 14. There were Circle MeetingThe is one of the older of these days, synthesis. We have read several "I to stop her work for the pleasurable than 30,000 students from all partsof I cords' are defying the law of
seven members and three visitors, the first one having occurred in(!articles about this. I jaunt too, and the two the United States, visit Flor gravity." ; !"\ Frieda J. Monger,
: E. and Cleo Brinson will Mrs. Graves, Mrs. Virginia Camp- Annie Brown Circle of MetaOrial The date varies stat '
< 1872. frpm !i Even if we don't go into real grown-ups, daughters of a surveyor ida's Silver Springs each 'Duluth (Minn.) Publicity.
take office as Worthy Matron and bell, and Mrs. Betty Sue Dunnam, Methodist Church met at to state because of differences in : action on Arbor Day, it is a good II for the pleasure and education --

k Patron, together with the other present. the home of Mrs. John L. Jones planting seasons. Its observance I! day to think about our wooded I i of the children prodded S
officers. Mrs. Dorothy Walters, circle became quite popular, having ;.areas in terms of the future. This I each others' memories for woods
!;The publie Is cordially invited chairman, presided! at. the meet Monday! ; January 14, with Mrs. great appeal for school festivals ] seemed important enough to M lore they had learned as children. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS -

( to-,Attend. ing after which Mrs. Chris Had Fred Bond as co-hostess.* There to teach the love of trees and f of included in the President's Stat It was not a picnic but just a ,
dock, program chairman, presented -' were nine members and four planting of trees in memorY of "of the Union Message when he I group of grown-ups, children and I ALL MAKES HOSES e BAGS

Hibiscus Club To an interesting program entitled quests, )Irs. Lynch, Mrs. Mann, World War I soldiers. In recent| ,':mentioned the Counts y's responsibility dogs walking through the woods I II

"Christian Witnessing." Mrs. Scarborough, and Mrs. Tal- I overcrowded years its popularity ; in the provision and upkeepof I and for the most pad following .!ickup_and_ Delivery.' Service. '
Meet Monday At Those taking part were Mrs. Decs, ton, present. has waned, no' doubt in most : National Parks for posterity.Our their own devices. The only refreshments -I
I riutchins HomeThe Mrs. Jean Bole, Mrs. Virginia Mrs. Richard Crumpler presented places, and certainly, locally. We I own State Garden Club Fed I If any, were tidbits Used Cleaners and Polishers For Sale

I Peters, and Mrs. Paul I Lotspeich.Mrs. the Spiritual Life message on, live in a tree covered section, .a eration, even on our Northeast I I gathered along the way, which '
: Hibiscus Garden Circle will 'A 03ta dismissed with "The New Year's Expectations." section where there is commercial Florida District level, is concern- of course varied with the season. \ KIRBY COMPANY'

meet Monday, January 21, at the prayer and delicious refreshments planting of trees, and in a town I ing itself with the setting asideof I Years later when we took our
The W. S. C. S.
hme of Mrs. J. R. Hutchins. Co- were served by the. hostesses. will January be Tuesday the 22nd meeting at- bordered by beautiful wooded land as wooded reservationsfor ]I children to relive those happy me I 2802 Atlantic Ave. Answering Service '

hostesses will be Mrs. J. D.: 10.30 am., with 'the Ella Hardse acres of State Park property, so the youth of tomorrow.We mories with us, along with the Phone 261.3412 After HoursPhotographer ,.
S <)uushcrty; and Mrs. L. K. Nolan. a tree planting project doesn't hoard and "
Edith Flood Circle Circle hostess for luncheon. quotations can 'same aunt, we were forced to
:jRoll' call wilT be inswered at 8 as a have deal of significant I
a great with skirt the laid out goll
The will be presented by usually come up an appropriate newly .
program -
ollock by an exchange of potted Plans Supper At to us. However, our town is not I II
the District Officers. :. one, such as the following;,I {i course, every step hoping that
plants. by any means fresh out of spots I this time anonymous: there would be no hooks or slices '
I ( :The will be January MeetingThe While refreshment3 were being I to plant trees, and a great deal I I "
program on ar- "The more civilized man becomes in our direction, but out youngsters TOrn Davis
S rdnjjemcnts: : "Southern'" Charm", a : Edith 'lood Circle of Memorial served,- the, members listened to : could,be done that is being passedup I the more he needs and I'I were able to share many of ,
S tile design using at' least one; .Methodist 'Church met January recordings of music from South- by our garden clubs and other | craves a great background of forest .S our old haunts with us. One mightour !

camellia,. made by Mrs. R. B. 9th at the home of the presi- cast. Asia. interested citizens. Mr. Beard of wfldness." son even climbed a favorite '

Lockwood. Mrs. D.' 0. Oxley Mrs.J. acnt, Mrs. William Lay. the City is most interested in en I It is time to think of such I persimmon tree of our youth' to PROFESSIONAL FLORIDA

C. McJunkin and Mrs. L B. Mrs. L A. Phelps presented the couraging help in City beautifica- things before it is too late. I shake down, his first 'possum. Today PHOTOGRAPHERS

\ Sliank.! :Spiritual: Life. After the regular Stork ClubRecent tion and among us we ha7e men From the 'standpoint of roam S we have grand-children of an PHONE 261.5486 5 wm
The door prize will be donated business meeting, plans were educated in forestry who are always ing the woods we were about as age to enjoy such walks, but the '

by. Mrs. J. C. McJunkin., nid to prepare and serve'a din- arrival. at Humphreys ready to give of their know rich a little girl and even teenager .S area is so built up that we doubt
ledge.It could find. We j if could the oAt 402 S. 1 I t Street
rer to the members of a l local or Memorial Hospital: as one gre\1 we even recognize Located
'. The 'next war, some folks claim ganization. All ladies in the cir- would be boring to dwell'on up on the outskirts of Florence,p spots where old landmarks exist

i, :Will wage in outer space; fie will be, .contacted .by.'phone.tcf A daughter, Christine Louise, the many reasons for trees, which I I South Carolina. What is now goll ed, and we would affront the owners Fernandina Beach, Florida! '
As for ififi I can't think I born"December SOtlTto LoufseandWilbur and the 'usual of with
One our trespassing.
encyclopedia gives. great type count
'Of) better place. b(. assigned duties. Hendrix 610 North 14th any course ___ _ __ ___ 4ANNUA ---__
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Miss Kathleen Davis presented I
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I the Missionary Education which '

\ : r I explained the Moravian religion, A daughter Judy Christine, I ..- ,
a basis for the Methodist religion. born December 18 to Betty Sue I -

1 i Mrs. Franz Mitchell will be hos- and Ira Lee, P. 0. Box 400. I t CONGRATULATIONSLaJ111IuL1.LLJAP.NhuILL1 ,
I tChS to the circle in January.
your I A daughter, Cheryl Elaine, : LTr; 50'
born December 21st to Suzanneand
: house Hudlow Smith 'Charles Edwards, 506 South TO' .

: their1' I Wedding Solemnized :7th StreetA I

: home :On January 6th., \ daughter, Frances. Joan, bprn I CORPORATION :
.December 26th to Maria and COj4TAINER :
.. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Church" an. Francis Bartlett Yulee. {
nounce" the marriage '6f their '
: If something happens daughter, Sue Church'Hudlow, to A daughter, Sharon Jean, born OF (AI
I to you, there can be money Martin Conway Smith, grandsonof December 28th to Batbara and I 5 '

to help pay off the mortgage Mr. and Mrs. Buster Crews. Qbarles, A. Johnson, P. 0. Box Terrific Bargtli Store-Wide! '
low ., .; ON THE
with cost mortgage re m":* ... S ., .. .
: demption life insurance. I Each attended Fernandina >* % S ..
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S Leave your family a home. Beach High School Mr. Smith j i. A*.son, John Paul, born January S ,. :
: not a debt. See u* now. has recently retuined from oversea 3r4toRuby 'and4Carlos Carter, Men's and i' : 25th ANNIVERSARY
where} to completed his military .
I: WOOTENInsurance service with the U. S. Army. lf.f Suth 1t1i Street I 1'f' ; THE LOCAL DIViSION ;
A daughter born Jan ,
The ceremony was performed Angela, Long Sleeve Sport Shirts -
: Agency Sunday, January 6, at Kingsland, uary 4th to Mary Ada and Robert .

\ CALL ELLEN SHANK Georgia. The couple is' making- FuUh' ; P. 0. Box 604. '" .. -" -" .. .

: :. 261-5503 their home 6n South FJetcher. A son, Michael: David, born I _5 All Ladies

._ Avenue. January 8th to Eva Marie and i Men's and Boys' GIrls'I'-3 ..
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I Ibe Gerald Key, Rt. 1, Box 80. I Ii 2540FF S.wE A 'I OFF'
P A son, Robert McGill, Jr., born I ( .
$alace I Saloon January 9th to Carolyn and Robert i
Duncan, 565 South Fletcher One Lot LadiesBLOUSES

Florida's Oldest and Most Historic Avenue. S \, % 0 F '
A son, James Kenneth, born i OFF :
Fernandina Heath's Favorite Me ting Place January 9th to Mary and James !

For The Finest In Beverages .Thorntont! 1132 South Fletcher i iI -J------S.----------- S Ladies j WoolSLACKS VS&

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.. Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye : I POLISHED (COTTON PANTS :ffg #MSPORT ( OFFOne ; rlU :

Sandwiches Barbecue Named -C Isw-
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TREMENDOUS'SELECTION young athlete, John 0. Eidson, I : i
i Dean announced that had $49.95: -- r i
OFrRECORDS : ; !; i SUITS ; ONLY $ Small Girls and Boys :
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---- ii-: _&., __".. .., :t Y-'A-.e:' > '; "' "7' '" ....".' .,.'-WJEfcrt -. ** News-Leader Feruandina.. :.Beach-. Florida, '"- Thursday.- .-- -..-January-....... 17. 1963- ;,_- T.'-- : -f'atre-.,.:- S'i.n-' ,} -.

Rhtes Trounce r & & '" r Pirates Bow To ''High School Echoes.\ First Fish Oil -EliflrStreet. "U. AH u 1> I I"Th

Leaves Local Plant

Orange Park Team $ p.q'rtIants. I.I.Live. Oak InJReMatch BY SHARON COUGH By i'. Ocean...... Tanker Rec, Confer. News I"'" I

By 68-34 Score The Pirates played another plans are to be kept very secretive The first shipment of fish oil """. ,

I BY CURT GOHDON Friday wonderful. basketball game last because the Juniors don't from the Nassau Fertilizer and BY HE>% )MATTHEWS

Coach Bob Stover's Pirates I '' U Friday night at want the Seniors' to know' any of Oil Co. plant here to leave by PIUECTOK .,....,,
jumped'''back Live Oak "Y$} LiYJ i Oak. but the plans for this! gala occasionnee
into the winning edged the Pirates lnker.w s picked Sunday by
f The Fernandina Beach Pirates first place in the C .I00 lIP Class. ..:::>' lost in the last ; "-it is given each year l in I Friday, January 18: Outdoor i
coltmn Tuesday night when they : 57-55, last Friday night to hand the 250-foot Otco Bayway of
lost another close ball to the Ben "Handle Bar Hank" Perry : ctivitieg1't3:30: ) to 5:30:
traveled to Green Cove Springs. I game them their second loss in the five seconds of honor of the Seniors. So 41', t,.* Bathe, Maine. :
Live Oak Bulldogs last Friday won the two hundred fifty dollar the game with Juniors are doing a good job of Basketball Drills, Boundball" aa1
'wihand the Park team half of the
Orange a I night when the Conference cash for the Sun. season. The first : Extctn Corbett,, manager of the Dodgeball.
.' Keystone prize only race i c a score of 57to. everything!! j
G-34 setback. The Pirates outscored J foe handed them their second day afternoon. Herb Norris of: meeting between the two teams ,-- :: *,55. The J. V's The Tri-Hi-Y held their :local plant, said that 420 tons o! Saturday, January 19: IAOOO. .
in thefirst I the Live regular -
Orange Park 11.3 found Oak team I
I winning, the fish oil was pumped from the
loss of the Orlando the i also lost their
two-point season. won Activities 7 tb 9:30 Cheek-
Sportsmanship -
; \ .. meeting Tuesday night at I p.m.
i eight minutes and scored 24 I 48-48 on a goal with leSs than mill into the tanker for export tc
Each game was won by the Bulldogs ; Trophy. k- game. the Recreation Center. The cis Contest t. Card Playing,:j y'
points losers pro
while holding the to five seconds to in the .
go game. r oreign countries.In
in the same fashion and that ai Many seniors test TableuTennis
gram waS'g ven by Miss Pipkin, ; Championshipand
jifct,3, in the third stanza. Last week history itselfas
was a field goal with seconds left i It was a bad night for the Fer. repeated I I .took their College the sophomore English teacher, some foreign countries the Social' Ac'tiritiej
Ralph Bennett, making his initial the Bulldogs the j
won gamej oii: is used in oleomargine, salad iit
to play in the game. Fernandina nandina Pirates last Friday nigbt' = _ aoard'Exams on how to study for exams. 21 0 tde,
",start of the season for the again in the final secondTs of the last dressings and the like but not s, Monday, January : r-t
Pirates : scored 21 field goals while Live : when they invaded Live Oak as Some business was also discussed Activities 3:3'0 to 5:30': p.m:1
scored 5 points in the contest.
Oak scored only 13, but ability to : Coach Banner's B team weekend in Jacksonville. The for the ;In the United States, according
Wayne I concerning projects Sketch :
I coming ukatin:> Kickbalt r
first the Pirates ? IFwp f\
quarter to get cash in on the free throws provedthe i lost their first basketball game of It was a nip and tuck battle I exams are very difficult. The semester. to Corbett. Here, as said, its principal EasketbalL: .

off to' the good beginning. Charles -i' difference, as Live Oak scored I the season. The usually high-scor, I from the beginning, although the Seniors who took' their exams See' you next week! : use is in cosmetics, paints, >
Qorbett added 4, and Joe held earlier received their : famishes linoleum l lubricants and Craft Locaj fNB, 835 in Laungaa :
and ,
Pirates a 9 point lead at onetime scores :
31 points from the foul line. ing team was held to just: 27 pointsby I .
Thrift 2, in the opening stanza. i' som3 of them 5:30: |
the Richard in the game, but the first were pleased. Others animal feeds. p.rn.", n&
Ronnie Sapp started hitting the 'I young Bolldogs. :II plan to take the 1 The oil extracted the local Tuesd yJqnutry 22: Inioor.Actlvides :.
I Ralph Bennett, Pirate player, Schomas is the leading scorer for period ended with Fernandina exams again. '' 19.63 "Big Top" is. by. ;
I' .
basket4jn the second quarter and 7 to 9:30 pan. Story4
'who was ineligible before Christmas the B team with A'an! Cover and holding a close It.it lead. The The F. B. H. S. Band playedfor plant from fish knon 'as porgies, I
scoted 8 points to lead the Pirates second the Welcome a rough variety that is found in Idling, Rope jumping and teni:
I eight-minute period found Station Dedication -
is now ready for play and Benny Alvarez close behind. To ColiseumFor
In a 16.8 sccriug period and I I Play mes. ,,
i Coach Stover indicates he will bea the going still close as Fernan Sunday and were. as greatas arge schools in offshore waters 'I'Cr'aft
Save Fernandina a 27-11 halftime big help to the Pirates. din scored 18 points and Live they usually are. The band is it; various seasons of the year by Local No. 610 in Longe

$ lead. it KAC I Oak 15, to give the Pirates a I planning a concert on January' Five Days local fishermen. I at 7:00: p.m. .0':: ,

p ,Ropnie Sapp scored 8 more in Vennis Pipkin and Jerry Kight close, 30-27, halftime lead. 25th and. the public's support II Wednesday, January 23: hit'i
the. third quarter, Steve Thomas will surely be 1 0 door Activities 3:80 to S:*)"
the Pirates drew mention last week when the I The third tanza found the I, The 93rd edition of the 'Great Credit Union Sets
4 and Bennett 5 to lead Boding League I From what I hear from I p.m. Basketball drills, Skatiag.*
'I to a 24-point quarter while : coaches in this Group met to teams battling away with each around and about, the juniorsare est Show On Earth' will give nine : 4th Annual MeetingAt I and Physical Fitness.: '

Orange Park scored only 3 points. select six players for the annual :i BY H. B. ELLIS, Jr. team completing the eight minutes really getting busy with the1) !I performances in five days in i Hall Thursday, January 21: Indoor
Corbett: scored 2 and: Thrift 3 in AU.Star football game which is, with 15 points apiece. Fer Junior and Senior prom plans. Jacksonville's modern, 10,000 seat City Tonight I Activities 7 to 9:30: p.m. Storytelling '

the: quarter. played in Gainesville: each year. .WEEK OF MO Total I nandina enjoyed a 45-52 lead. There is quite a large amount of I II Coliseum Jan. 30 through Feb. 3. j, The fourth annual meeting of Rope jumping and tean.-

Orange Park outscored Fernan As usual the Jacksonville schools I It was the final quarter that work to be done, but. by May Ringling Brothers and Barnum I the County-Hospital-City Federal tames. ,?. ..,
1 12d17i dominated the selections although i i Team Standings. W.L. Pins'Bombers found the Pirates losing, as Live I I II
dip, in the final eight minutes i everything should be ready. TheWomen's &
36 24 36820 : Bailey circus had made one of Credit Union will be held at the
Marcus Rhoden of Macclenny was ]i Oak scored 15 points while the I
but the damage: had been I I its two annual Florida stops in City Commission! ; Room tonight, younger geneiatjont; h
Mixers 3G 24 3G523Murray's (
to the All-Star team. It is Pirates could not make but 10.
done the Pirates in the first I the el l-
I over ,
by ;I I 1 Jacksonville two previous years, Thursday at 730 p.m.. one bfg advantage
Store 23 32 36C60 .
hard Fernandina had i ..
for us to along with tough .
three stanzas. Steve Beckett I go any some and has played before thousandsof There will be dcor prizes and 1 it still has plenty of time to'\tt""'-
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scdred G in the final period All-Star team anymore as there I Paper Mill luck along the way as Charles it." .
points I I' its traditional "children of all refreshments will be served. 1 grow what ails Marga .
to lead the way for the Pirates are so many deserving boys that I, High Team, 3-Games Corbett had to leave the game ages." All members are uiged 'to at-I K. France, North Industry ((0.)

while Johnny Crisp scored 4, Ted I just do not get the consideration:' Bombers 2903 early in the third period of play Basketball tend. Observer. ... .
I Murray's Store 2810 The 1963 "Big Top" mis- __ '1.. _
Stegar 2, Richard Sapp 2 and due them when it comes to being !,I via the foul route and in the -- n '_
Ronnie Sapp 2. I named to an All-Star team. Mixers 2764 fourth quarter Sfeve Thomas nomer now because the show

Ronnie 18 topped if ;. High Ind. 3-Games also committed his fifth personalfoul BY CURT GORDON plays with all' three rings indoorsin '
Sapp's points ....
the. Pirate .while Ralph The Men's Independent Basketball J. DrurJ' 632 and had to leave the game. large arena's only is a dazzling T. Y. RiP AIRS .
Bennett added 12. Johnny Crisp I Loop which appeared to be R. Hadden COS Ronnie Sapp was hampered by ., Hardee's team of the Women's combination of. age-old circus -I II I ::

scored 9, Corbett 8, Beckett 6, going. along fine during the pres-I I F. Bowen 593 having four fouls and had to be Basketball' League split a doubleheader I I experience and atmosphere : ..
I High, Team GameMurray's on Tuesday night as they i,I and space-age sophistication and Washing Machines and All Appliances !
reluctant ..
Tbiift 5, Thomas 4, Richard Sapp ent season, is reported to have at going at top speed. : :
I 1021 }ost to the KAC women in the furbishing. There are four new, "
2, Stegat i and James Rylant 1. folded recently and some of the Store Corbett was the leading scorer I j I I
Lefty Md.aughlin.topped the teams have now entered leaguesin Mixers 992 for the Pirates with 18 points .firSt game, 35-31, but came back I!I elaborately costumed pageants, 27 I ALL MODELS ALL MAKES..!. ..

Orange Park point makers with I Jacksonville. Wyman Hughes, Bombers 978 while Ronnie Sapp scored 16 and .in tiie second game to down the'Fth1s I| displays and more than 75 acts '

16 points. I Coach of the KAC entry here, High, Ind. Game: John Crisp 15. Thomas added 6 ',',1 47-33. I I on the current program. I APPliANCg SALES & SERVICE :.. :
Coach Wayne Ber.ner's B team stated his. team has entered the S. Bohannon 264 to round out the Pilate scoring In the opener the score was !! Evening shows are scheduled

jimrpedback to winning after losing | Industrial League in Jacksonville R Hadden 244 R. Strickland scored 20 points ,close, at the end of the first quar. Wednesday, Thursday<< and Friday.1 YOUR G.E.: DEALER. i

i their i first gar'l'hthe' 19G3, an,l will play their games in the J. Drury ] 234 to lead the Bulldogs, inT scoring tert 'with KAC ahead, 10-8, and Jan. 30, 31 and Feb. 1, at 8 p.m., l 'I II
season t$ Live OaJc'F U'week. :as Andrew Jackson or Kirby-Smith High Scratch. Bowlers. while Williams scored 17for* Live J'.fne increased their lead, by scor- I I and Saturday, Feb. 2 at 8:45.1 261-5022 Any Time. 30 North 3rd Street

tljey downed the Orange Park B gyms.. R. Hadden 235-578 Oak.Fernandina ing 13 points in the second quarter '- 'Matinees; will be conducted '. It(

team, 4127. $ J. Williamson 213-548 racked up 21 field while Hardee's scored only 4. I' day, Feb. 1 at 3:30: p.m. and Fri-I: -

'A'lan Cover scored 15 points to i Mrs. Robert Skipper: of Nassau. J. Drury 203-539 i goals while Live Oak scored only Intermission found KAC ahead, urday and Sunday, Feb.'2 I .- .... 1 1&n
lead his team, while Richard Scho-, yule reports fishing has been poor i S. Bohannon 245532F. 14 from the field but the Bulldogs 23-12.: I''at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Children .1

mpi scored 8, and Jerry Beard, lately because she has been unable Bowe 172-500 won the game from the free: Hardee's outplayed KAC in the I under 12 will be admitted for half Gt 'W 1-" T

lItany Alvarez And Jack Barniak., to get live shl imp for bait, throw line by scoring 29 pointson second: half by scoring 19 points price at both 5 p.m. shows and at I '. a .

r.red4 apiece. Richard Williams therefore, fishing in her area has Pirate. Scoring.I charity tosses while Fernan. and holding KAC to 12, but could 3:30 p.m. show Friday. i!I / (f "

coorecPl, IJandy Price 2, Charles:. !been at a standstill.. She says dina scored 13 from the free not overcome the first half mire All seats are reserved and sell ; co.
Tllfeti : : \
Eiirnsl) and'Befyf Rice' 1; [prospectsfor getting bait are 1.11 throw line. gin. for $3.5&, $2.50"and ?15ff.: They PAINT '
Friday night the Pirates will I very dim but mayb better reports ,Charles Cfirbett .I .,n-' .151. In the B. gamef Coach Wayne Taunce Smith was the leading may be ordered by mail from the & ..

be on the road again to take on' will be available for next Ronnie Sapp 'rlt: m 135 Benner's B team, usually a high. i scorer for the winners with 17 Coliseum, 1145 East Adams St., I .WALL 9S" PORCH & "-"..,. .t

P. K, Ypnge at Gainesville in a week's paper. John Crisp 91 scoring outfit came out on the points, while' Eloise Minton scored I or over the counter at the Coli. : LATEX $2. Gal. DECK FOR $3.95 Gal.

Keystone Conference ball game. tit. Steve Thomas 62 short end of a :S3-27 game to 16, and Audrey Mullis scored scum, Civic Auditorium, and I .. t
Milliard topped Callahan last I Donnie Brazell 39! I marr an undefeated season. The 2. Mary Reynolds and Molly. Pip.11 downtown Jacksonville ticket WHITE, : & NEW SPRING CONCRETE AND 11'N: ;

: Saturday night when the two undefeated -: Joe Thrift.. 16 young Pirates had averaged. 49 kin failed to se6r" fice at Hemming Park Seats of-.i' COLORS WOOD PATIOS M'
Golfing News teams met for the first Steve Beckett 14 points while their .... .

per game NEW
6! ; opponents &t1Herbert topped Hardee also be available at the boxoffice I S AND USED FURNITURE ;
timethis season. Coach Roger Sapp scored an of 29.

{The January-meeting of tire ',Wrench's-Red, Fkshea-:appear to):Jerry Kight <: "." .'-.' '. -4 21, Benny Avarvi.s.average... the t jYpoint tie point'makers Garrison scored with 14 10,while and Judy Ber before Ti kets each performance.be reserved in ;. .,. HIELL'S 1 SWAP SHOP ., .'
FBWGA was held Tuesday at the be headed for the State Tournament Ted StcpefJ maker /or the B teamvith may Ferj j Phone 261-1572 "..,. .J
Evans scored 7. nandina Beach
1 at Waas' DrugStore :
James Rylant i -
Seaside: Inn with approximately I again this season, which 7 points wnile Richard Schomas
i II TEAM on Atlantic Avenue. ,
twenty members and four guests has been an annual occasion for 82 and Alan Cover scored 6 apiece. Defensive n stalwarts. .for "KAC I .. I t.
present It was decided to have a'' Hi'liard for over ten straight Rilchard Schomas Barry Rice scored 4, Jerry Beard I I were June rerry, Annette rerry, ---- r

lest Ball tournament for next years something no other Alan Cover 76 3 and Beryl Rice 1. Deasy Mattox'and Ann II wes; ,- ,. '. ." 'I

vek, Tuesday, but Mrs. Robert team, in the state can match. Benny Beard1 Alvarez t. ..:: 62 I while Wilma Carter, Nina Mur- ," r.
Jerry 4ti ph; ;;; Annis Moore and JuanitiKlgrt

I morning Bryce, president that inasmuch, advised me as this so Bad* weather"& ,hurt"fr ,the i-T first outboard .Barq Randy Rice Price oj.h' .,in M.: : 21 32 BowierettesBY Hardee's.did the deefnsiye. work for I FERNANDINA BE'ACH' TIDES .,;, :: i

litany members were going to San motor boat races ever stag Richard Williams 17 -
Jose! Ladies' Invitational Golf ed by the Nassau County Sher- Jack Barniak 16 SHIRLEY JACKSON After trailing 10-9 after the I .... ,

Tournament next week, that the iff's Water Patrol. The races Beryl Rice 16 first ,quarter in the second game, COURTESY OF THESE: ... I
Best Balltournament would ben scheduled for. last Saturday and j Mike Rice -. 11 WEEK OF JAN. 15. the Hardee team bounced back to &

'ld Tuesday, January 29., All Sunday were cut short on accountof Richard Nobles 10 Pins score' 14, while the Flashes scored .

those wishing to play at that time the weather. Jimmy Gordon Charles Burns 3 Team W L Total 9'1'the second stanza to take a .- .- .:- :-. ..,,- --- :.,. t
pease| sign the shec at. Jhe ct b won '(he free-for-all Saturday afternoon Hank Bailey IfV" -2 1. Hadden Lanes 47; 21 33657 2 .19 halftime leT, then go ontO : .

house. t1. while Jeff Luten won John Harrison. f 2 2. Setzers: 3 9....29 34233 win the ball game' 47.33. G3orge'sMaclrine :.
_1- _____ 3. Hardee Bros. 33 :G5 33475 : Henry J. Lonnon i
-, -----'- '- ---- Each team scored S pc.int? in Suburban
4. Beach Lounge 33 35; 33313 [
I the third quarter,. but Hardee s Shop ,
5. Baileys 26 42 33261 scored 16 in the final, while the CONTRACTOR ;

6.. Waas. 26 42 33125 Flashes 'scored only-6. 27N,2ndSt.
-High Team i Single Shore Gas Co :
Scratch Judy Evan's 22 points topped MODERNIZING Machine Work .. :
I tie| Hardee team in scoring while *
I 'Hadden Lanes 583 Bertie Garrison,* made 13, Nina BUILDING REMODELING. Welding, Brazing SERVING ALL '. :
Setzers 580 .
-V Sfurphy 8, and' Betty Herbert 4. Marine Repairs
S tze s 574 YOURNEEDS IN ..
'Merrylene Nelson scored 12 to 1
Special Service To '
W/hcp 125 South 2nd Street "'
lead the Flashes, while NaniIou LP GAS AND .
J Hadden Lanes 768rst Shrimp Trawlers )
I . :Smith
acoied H and Rhonda
Phone 2615200BORUM All!! _
I :zen 764 Guest, 10.'Wilma Work Guaranteed GAS APPLIANCES 'fr' I
Setzers 751 Onen 8 to 5 .
Carter, Juanita Knight a.m. p.m. t
[ High Ind. Single Game Xnnia Moore and June Roland did Monday Thru 'Saturday 7 South 7fH SF :'" ,
Scratch -- -- Phone ,
Day 261.3711
tie guard .duty for IIardeeswhile
<< 'Eleanor Flint 203 :
Night 261333 Phone 261-3661
I .Edith Evans, Susan French S / I :
Ruth Williamson 192 "
Elsie Brown and Virginia Brew. .. .. ... *
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I Shirley Jackson were..on..the.. delcnsefthe .
1,/ftrp :

,. Patsy Shirley Cottle Jackson 239 240 a Flashes. TLDE"1" :.q'III !:

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MEN S l Setzers 1611 ;: GATOR TRAILERS Add 30 Minutes For PHOTO SHOP

SeTzeri- "'1611Hadden LASSERRE Fernandina! Harbor:. :. ,

I I ; Jarman Shoes For Entire Stock Lanes 1550 BY II. B. ELLIS, JR. i Roll ProcessingDeveloping I,
L, 1-3 1 OFF79c W/hcp Jji"' MOTOR CO. HIGH LOW .
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Sweaters ., .
Men Selected! StylesSpecial I OF 1.9L' : & '
. : Setzers 2154Ba1lt J! WEEK Printing
t 2126 S. 8th. Sf. Ph. 261-3819 Saturday, Jan. 19th.

I Men'sItalian Special Group Each Waas 2120 Standings W L Total Pins i 3:03: a.m." 9:33 a.m. Kodak Film
: Group .M.eri's.Belts High Ind. Three Games Tram I
__ 3:10 9:43
$447- '- O1vJlle's41 11427J& ? -A p.m. am. Photo SuppliesMdvieColored I
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STyfes G4rh.o -< > *
$2.00 Values :2 For $1.50 Ifcdden Lanes 36i 23% 43725 log. '
Flint 544 i .
: Eleanor Sunday, Jan 2lth( '
&!&bar 29>2 30% 42310 t t & Regular t
Flint 510
: Entire Stock. Ladies i All Suits andSportcoats k Patsy Eleanor Cottle 506 Ti -Unknowns 26. 34, 41387 Visit Us For 3:57 a.m., 10:26 a.m. .' .. f

I l-OWT NOW 1 -3-OfF \ W/Rcp Beach Bar 21 38 40670 Complete Line Of 4::04 p.m. 10:34 p.m.Monday WeddingsStudios'At :
Fall Dress Styes -- -
: 1 Patsy Cottle 671, B ker's Drugs 19 41 40403 Fishing Tackle Fortraits1IAT1ntment Oali .,
4" High Team, 3-Games I Rods Reels J.21t
Eleanor Flint 616
.Entire Stock WooL i, Hjidflen Lanes 2009Qhrille' .
I Special Group Ladies & 200/- OffChildren's 'i-Eleanor Flint 5D1 4:49 a.ra. .11:19 a.m.4:57p.m.
2921 Outdoor Camping : 501 Ash St.
Shoes $2.97 Slacks and Long I i Sandbar 2872 : Ilj23'p.m;
: '"The man who, has done the Equipment I
Sleeve Sport Shirts to the working class "I High Ind. 3-Game., A. .. Tuesday, Jan. 22nd Phone 2614586Floor
; 2 For $*> **=<
$5,5$ 1 S:;Bohannon 680 I F.I R..EiS TON E
One Rack fis the man who invented the alarm '5:39 a.m. 12:09: a.m.
F BQwen 676
$1. MI dock/' Mrs. F. W. Kutt, Pittsburgh BEACH SUPPLY 5:47 pjn. 12:09.p.rnr ..-__ if '
I W. M Walker 654Iligh.Team.Came. -
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Selected t Ladies Selected Shirts (Pa.) Oakland News. .
112 Atlantic Are 25M182 '
Wednesday Jan. 23rd
; Flats and Boots r Values To $5.95 3.Eor.$5.50 '-- -... Orvflle's 1047 j.
!, Hadden Lanes 1039 6:27 a.m. _: o. SendingRefinishing ,
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'". r Gay ;, Sandbar. 992 6:36 p.m. 12:57V.ri{ "

P A D' t I'Ml* 5 ESTABLISHED'1878 : r Spat Varnish : R S.,: Bohannon Hadden High Ind. Game *, 274 240 Sh es For Men 7:13 Thursday a.ra. Janl 12:57 iltti a.m.* j Floor Tile !

... W.. M. Walker 23* nrn I TOO, WHILE .
i $4.So.Gab 7:23 pm.: : t:42""p: :
I High Scratch BowlersS.
ATLANTIC AVENUE -:- PHONE 261-4241 .: Bohannon 26J)50F. YOU WAIT Friday, Jan. 25th WaxingPaul 'f

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: I M. Walker '::-i ,- '204558R. 7:58 jun. 1:43 a. "" I. Hanson
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"Congratulations Container" E-Z PIC .: Hadden 226535W. Hospital 8:10 p.m. 1-28 p.rn: :

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;i.uuoUyU UJNiT of Kraft Corporation of America Has dedicated in ceremonies January '. .
14, 1938, proclaimed "Florida Industries Day by Fred P. Cone, Florida's Governor at that time. MORE COMPREHENSIBLE'than' words, is this aerial Ue\v of the local operations of Container
Among the dignitaries present for the occasion were, Walter P. Paepcke, president of Container :-...[ Corporation of America, as it is now known showing the magnitude of the division's growth in r
Corporation of America; Dr. Charles 11, Hert)', who was honored on the occasion for his scientific .v 25 years. The infant plant of 1938 has enlarged to a sprawling giant in 1963: covering many :
development of the South's pulp and paper industry; Claude Pepper, Florida's Junior Senator .
t" ': of Fernandina Beach's shoreline the North end of Amelia Island. The
acres on largest addition
and guest speaker; Governor Fred P. Cone; James G. Stahlman president of the American '
Newspaper Publishers Association; Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper; governors from :1! : to the existing mill is the container plant, completed in 1954, where cardboard boxes and other
several southern states; and others. :.' type containers are man!aclured' in vast numbers daily

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Odell and Clara Dees :5F .I' ',, ;.. ', 1 '_

Firestone Beach Supply
; Lodge's Standard Station ''t. :' BUCCANEER BAKERY ... : ... .

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Your Rambler Dealer Lynn's Dress ShopLEWELLEN'S .' John T. Ferreira & Son ; : 1( ; : BLUE SEAS

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:, ':$ }* '.' News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, January 17, 1963 Page Nine

Container. Celebrates 25th Anniversary Of Local Division

_'_ 1 'iK This week this city, lU .busi
...... ness and professional men *and
1M private citizens arc saluting an
industry that is celebrating its
III. 25th anniversary of operations
1 T : JnA$ hcie.
Y III Fernandina Beach is the location
.. J. L of one of the major .ppera-
.. Lions of Container Corporation of
ti\ America. The giant paperboard

,. mill which this company opened
in Fernandina Beach, this week
r elebrating its 25th annivgjpary,
is a key operation among, u>reiUn
100 national and international -
packaging plants and mills
M"t 4 u Contmer Corporation
The location of our city adjacent
to a vast region of Southern
pine, attracted Container Corpora.
1 4ak. .w hon to Fernandina Beach 25
; az'9 .cars ago. The original plant,
vluch was officially opened on
January 14, 1&38, was built for
; f : i I? tiie production of kraft pulp.
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'llllS $',mNl wu hl'l'1' of hratt Corporation of America was dedicated in ceremonies January of ultra-modern! equipment
11, 1938, proclaimed "Florida Industries Day by Fred P. Cone, Florida's Governor at that t.me. MORE COMPREHENSIBLE than words, is this aerial view of the local operations of Container I ior producing kraft Imerboard

ContainerCorpor6tionh, Corporation of America, as it is now known, showing the magnitude of the dhision's growth in carry forward a long-range plan
for the of this mill.
*L } : ,America; Dr. Charles II. Hert), who was honored on the occasion for his scientific 25 years. The infant plant of 1938 has enlarged to a sprawling giant in 1963, covering many Today development, with a new corrugated
of the South's and industry Claude Pepper, Florida's Junior Sena- -
development pulp paper ; Island The additionto Container Fernan
acres of Fernandina Beach's shoreline on the North end of Amelia largest shipping plant
u tor and gue Z \pcaker; Governor Fred P. Cone: James G. Slahlman, president of the American dma is of Container Corpora.bon's .
the existing mill is the container plant, completed in 1954, where cardboard boxes and other
Newspaper'iMWfchers' \ Association; Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper; governors from major operations, and provides
a several souffl( states; and others. type containers are manufactured in vast numbers daily an integrated packaging

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textile, produce, and other Southcm -

L.,+ invitations To Dedication of ContainerIn Container Has :I Each industries.day, this mill produce ap-

ioximatcly 750 tons ,of .
\ !?4-: 1938 Were issued By Governor Big Area ImpactThe enough to fill 20 railroadLars. paperboard
During the 25 years it has
ii iini been in operation here, this mill
Cone; Lockwood Lends Copy To Paper. heavy Corporation impact of that America's Container % bs uas produced the equivalent of
three million tons' of the
local operations l lendb to the econ c over
J Invitations to the dedication of | Ciaude Pepper, Secretary of Commerce omy of Fernanda; Beach and ; packaging materials, enough paid -
.the local division of Container ;i : Daniel C Roper and Wal Nassau County is revealed in fig. board to fill almost a quarter
Jt Corporation of. America on Jan. i tar P. Paepcke, president of the ties secured by the News-Leader jx a million railroad cars.
t t g 4 uar/ 14, 1938,. were issued by Container Corp. at uiat time. for this issue. iii iL'd If we translated this productioninto
4& 4I Fred P. Cone, governor of Florida At 7.00 that evening the Gov. terms of timber, it would be
I Y at that time. i 'ernor was host at a state dinner In 1962 alone Container accounted quivalent to over 34 million pulpwood -
The invitations were large and ; ;:at the George Washington Hotel for around $8,000,000 of trees. However, the mill
ravish and beautifully printed. Dr. 'vnth Harold Coke, president of the county's economy and the outlook rings to our area considerably
: is for this to be even
R, B. Lockwood, a member of the I the Florida Chariber of Commerce d ir.ore than it takes away. Besides!
larger in 1963, as new employees
to and
Fernandina committee as toastmastcr. ontributing our economy
reception '
ate constantly being added and ... services for
\\, for the affair, has kept his Heading the :local reception .ovlding packaging
the plant's increased.
rough the years and lent it to |I ,committee were Mayor Kelly, capacity : :')outhern industries the mill .is
I Bioken down this sum reveaL ue enter of a careful l, long-range,
ihe News-Leader for this issue. : State Senator A. G. McArthur,
The state used,the dedication Slate Rep. D. A. Kelly, Jr., A. S. I that $5,630,000 goes to .the 750 :onservation program' fob..opr
for a joint celebration of Florida I Allan, John B. Bogart, Joseph I employees of the mill and the corrugated y' orests. .-HIM
industries: Day and the program i i Drum, John T. Fcneira, Herman : shipping container plant xAr Container Corporation maintainsa
;ucgan with a breakfast at the r Fishier, Louis Goidstein, W. T. I ;n wages and bene;its.I group of extra foresters, Slftio
George Washington Hotel in Jack Haile, E. R Hood, James C. La- I $800,000 goes to purchases of ,upervise the cutting of our ttees,
sonville. | here, R. B. Lockwood, Everett Nassau County wood and this does and also advise our wood greWrs

At noon the City of }Fernan-| Mizell, R. V, Nolan:: H. F. Sahl-|'I not include wages paid i) to 55 ,peo- W} { ,n the care and conservation
dma Beach was host at the dedication -I man and P E. Skeleton.: I.pie in the timber operation: Exact our timber. In addition, the com-
ceremonies and an oyster'roast Also attending the event were .igures to these employees were )iany plants, and gives away each
w -Jil- I Honorable 'P. C. Kelly, as 'I governors from most Southern I, sot available at press'time.II sear, more than four million pine
local issued the U. S. Senators and local I seedlings as part of its longeswblished -
mayor, welcome. states, Representatives $700,000 is spent for purchases -
R. }. PHINNEY Among those making speecheswere i and a host of other dig. II and .$314,000 goes for property I). A. THE OHALD [ conservation program. .
General Manager of Mill Division Governor Con.e, Senator I nitaries.. taxes. .., + ,,.'"- General Manager I of Container Division During the years since this conujyation
... was initiated,
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35 million seedlings, and has
given away another 38 million for
other persons to plant. This has
given our area a total planting of
some 73 million pine seedlings,
/ Wishes approximately twice the number
CongrofuafBest cl trees that have been cut down
and converted into packaging ma

tcnals by our mill
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1\ with Fernandina Beach: .jwwCe
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Union held its 22nd Annual Me t-
.' irg, Tuesday night, January
.yi ,n the Container Conference Room.
The following are the officer

t: ON THE for Directors the coming- year President, M. R.
: Paula; V. President, R. DuBow,
: Srit .. i Treasurer, H L Baughman; Secictary .

ill ).. I l '--.' E. Valero; Board Member.,
,If, : I H. M. Bowers. **:?
; ; I' \' Credit Committee R.... W.
: I Farr, W. J. Lewis, J.Y.. Kitrell,

j" 25th N N I VERSARY '. :':, : Curtis L Supervisory During Kitchens, W.Gordon E.1962, J.Lee-Committee F.the-Alternate.Michael Alter credit-att.JarosLvrn 'union. H.

increased in value over $53,000
,- I and for the ninth consecutive
I fear a 6%: dividend was declared.
? ,, "J : Treasurer H. L. Baughman preicnted .

: a report that hoed. U/tal
.. OF THE LOCAL DIVISION .c, I assets of $337,798; shares,,' $2 00&5 ,-

., _. t .68; loans, $216,513.97; Income,
'. "- $50,776; expenses, $7, -10.g.h di*

1 : .,, '- '. .. i v.dends, $12, 8D6; guaranty fund,
4.. 'r ; $24, 45. 3; undivided eantof
: $22, 5757; cash in bank, $41,234-

. _. i .51; deposits, other aaoc |5Q-
members, 572 and borrowers3S6. -
< : 000.00;

T : THE CITY Of FERNANDINA BEACH :: i Smok. )' Says:

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IHh SAAW'l HU.\t: ) blAKD of AraerK i l Legion Post 8b of Jascsonulle advances -
fcr the inspiring Prcscnlalicn of CcierS at the outset of the dedication ceremony Sunj t Cheese ,.u, CoP29dOIP >7'7'e "fr' ,
day for (the Florida Marine Welcome Station. Holding the American flag is A. M. ; FASHIONED Q' ...: f
White, Jr., captain of the guard. (Note "Mr. ;Johnny" Ferreira, native Fernandinian Daisy Cheese ... 490 58 l 1
and a veteran of fighting in Europe during World War I, in patriotic gesture 'of his r'' CHUCK ,

regard for his country.. ). Photo ny T. H. King !1 : 1{ .
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30 to February 3. Wednesday, Thursday11' tld Fri 50 Free<1.Green Stamps"I" I J R 1 .. !
amrnouth 1 Circus Sanlfii'studied'ballet to achievegrace ,day nights will be atu'MOO'p.m.. ,, WITH .0 ,
3f on' the wire.. He skips rope, while the Saturday,.February 2nd OFTwo 11 .s f 'Ii]
2-LB PKGS. S. '
does a'backward somersault and.t show will be at 8:45 pm." '" IDAHq VALLEY +ly jJ .1. ,9 "
To ColIseum t"
Play Frozen '
his trick French Fries'I 1- I
as yvindup completes a I I Tickets are on sale in; Jacksonville ] SHORT .
for 'im somersault on the wire,: at the Coliseum and Audi- GOOD THRU JANUARY I8TH f"
Jan. 30 Feb. 3 I always the most dangerous. i I torium and also .at the ddwntown' AT ANY WINN-DIXIE -- :
SfSny wire walkers do the b ek.: ticket office in Hemmh**' Park. I '-
There are many circus performers wat'd'flip' as they can see, the wire'I Out of town box offic 'will also I ( I JfL : '
who follow the complicated when they complete their turn,I be handling tickets for!'.:the con- FJ .

art of tight-wire walking, but few do the forward. In this I venience of the thousands of I. I '16SOFraMCraiSliiw 3' '9" ...
but Manuel Santos of Spain is hazardous trick tbs feet must Jacksonville area residents who Pt r t44tt I
find the wire blind} Any falsetiming'
probably the most graceful. This ;' are planning on attending the l l '
could result in serious in : r
handsome genius of the I ; circus. 1; ...
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slender strand will be seen when jury. Ringlings clowns and famous WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF I e"f PI ,1 .:1, !
There other famous
Singling Bros and Barnum & are many animal acts, plus four new production Two PEGS. ''OH''OIN ate. ;:
Bailey Circus comes to the Jacksonville .I' acrobatic acts that will be seen numbers lend laughter Chocolate Eclairs x ..e''w' IB.Lb. : 29 l' \ i
daring the nine; performances at i f EXTRA / !
( Coliseum from January excitement and beauty to the LEAH BEE F'' .
the Jacksonville Coliseum when GOOD
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show the
of the .
1963 edition big ;
the Greatest Show on Earth AT ANY WINN.DIXIE ; :; i .
Now Is'The Time To t I moves in at the end of this greatest production' in the 93 of 2 I r ', Ji. B ,1 neless J f
corseeutive year history N .
month. I. Stew
; .
Remodel Repair Ringling Bros and Barnum & I \ r.
or :
Gerard Soules catches by his!
heels on a high swinging trapeze Bailey Circus. ........... i : EXTRA LEAN FRESH 'r 69 1; #(
Harold Alzana
I ; cavorts on Sixteen of the :i;r United ,.
G. Jjj36Monlh hji high'} 'wire 40 feet above the ,
States have more people poi I 4.Uroijn "" a j !
Coliseum: floor, end other trapeze GOLD MEDAL
I' '
:vjuare:: '!e linn t Florida; down i $
i :artists and teeterboard experts 5* 99 .
from 25 ia ibO. ,- j -+ --
t add to the thrills. PLAIN or SELF.RISING ..._ UMtGLASTOR > |P '.
,r..r ToPay Matinee. ...performances ,will be t, .. ,. ,... .. ..
ria' 'delightfully : __'>...t _> ,. '-_---_-- r
Fog app'ear'to'be' 'd. .
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htld Friday afternoon February : _.. .,
F L 0 U. R -'''''' :' ":<" .,
cloak the '
mysterious on 1''k.L '
Fernandina Lumber 1 end Saturday and Sunday at : : : ;j/" .;;
& Supply 1:00 p.m. and 5:90: .,pan. with Earth; but beware of.it..when yon r J "r l
South 3rd St. Pline 2fiUVH f half-pi'ice admission} for chi} I driveL it may becoine'a'herribleI t. '' UNSATURATED" Save 7( ,.-. .; GNEEA STAMM :
ren. Even'na: performances on for voii. :
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"I I \ THRIFTY MAID Save 6( Each Limit 2 with food order. lIAMPt. .' : i it
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4 BLUE or WHITE ARROW \ 2 25 i i r
Catsup , 12-oz. Both. ; i


1f.. I. Giant Box IIi-Ii'f'.. ,Fancy RICe: '" i HbPJig. .315 f suMw GNEEA

/ 1 J ave.21*. ,iii .. .

1 ;0 I \ Tlde' Box. n t 58'1.( 'C., oca I I t t St'303" Cans.: ,$1 INI r.. .;

1.. I' Untl; with$5.001ood order # ,HORMEL Save 6* ,Each ; wow" :

.. I Chiliwilh'Beans 16-0z.Can 29'1 f: GNEEA '
1 .d ;

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i .-: .'....et.Reserved 411I.- uI-.Ja. ,.
1i 1 1II 'P' -It PicesF7Jod Thru : ,
; j I '< January 19th LARGE. HEADS rAA."y

5.f l FACTOR Illtl FRESHBATTERIES: ; f Astor C, ffeeCAUIIFLOWER.1. : GNEEA6UMN.I 1 1t I..

a .t"Lb.Can I GNEEA :
i /TAMP!
Limit one with $5.00 tj r
order or more. I

Save 21* '. I I EA. t 'f"IIi StA..P j jt i iGNEEA i

6 VOLT" ',' 12-VOLT "" !f

.1 \ Astar Instant+ MaxWelt House- ; t 8Ii } GNEEA I
1 t tiJij 10-z. 10'0%, If Sweet Potafws' 4 Ibs. 49' i
1 s 14 JAR 78"1s. 'JAfilare '98? 4
21* 41* 25'
Yellow Onions 3 Ibs. !
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1 E'X'CHANGE --- EXCHANGE I I Meat Pies'< V ff"r t Q Pies-A *(1 9 Lflp w* Eggs 2 Doz. .95err4irP., wEW./. !!E

STANDARD .,',01'':','''";:' .'.t.''I'1......._____ ,, ,..,<'t ,. ,

1s OILSbu'CSHTSfreef Fish' Sticks: 3 Pkgs. 1. 8 .'" ?R Wto ,5;P S: $1, 1T4MP1 GNEEA t ,

+ MORTON FROZEN Apple Cherry, Peach, Coconut DIXIANA FRESH FROZEN .SPECKLED wEw' s I.Froit I.

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.. "Jp{(t $qfsja ,ReY} jiave.a newtwjstjgn. 'Nowadays our necessities! are mployer: An executive look-
A1A; TK1bD1IAMP !J n old slogan..TI eysay 1 too luxurious and our 1 ljuurjesrp I l ipg: for J }ell -betjvjep ,25 ,and 50wftji
\ / ; ({ 'j'jj i jt 3..this. way; 'fKp fa pat ea wjthpu'twimmratatjpn' ] too. necessary." Van W.. : ,40 years' g Pe rJ fe." -

1 kr' j f I. .,*, IHH t! ..K -# .1I.Lynn'<* A ii.* r"P.53t I, \"is, Hunt.i'i1lAo.\ .) JaIJdQlp1t I veqny Bennett, y<
i t .' .FQU..SVORKING *. 4.r, J1P.m.e! A(: .l er. i qntr T t:pes-IfejlJ., _._ '_( .) Putnam County. ,A fEa_ph_ ._
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'J> NAP'.'TIME.: ::. v.KOVi' : i 1883RAMB ER WINS

OPEN 7:00' A.I, .TQ COQ,,: 1'.4 1. tw 9 + ", I i ; .

Barbara Bryan, 21JJSI! Florida i ; ,Ave.
Karap Counselor P1IJJH.e"."2Gl.$2J8: I

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---------. -.- S r, ? c M EAR".AWAR'D i "

I I l l : igaiine : ,: >
ry 1 1romQtorTrend a.Aac6 .
TV : I
| "year the'automobile Industry eagerly awaits tjie selection,of one car,as' .:

'Container Corpefien'o: oj| America r ,Car.of,the Year' by Motor Trends impartial experts. For 1963, this mqst-wante;1 .' ...:...
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'ON"THEIRisfhYEJ.R'INFERt ; :r :a' 1 J Jr I *,|hardesttoy? get honor goes to RambI! ../for t/Wa/Kflte desifn achievement and :' =: :

4..,. qy I [" llneerint.leadershit.Read why Rambler won this prized award over all other cars: :

:ANblt A BEACH NEWS; PHOTC iRAPHpRS AND JV CAMERAMEN >were all ever_ the place during ... 'w .,..,.,..----h.... ___. ._,.
(the dedication cerenlon)'. A part of the. J large xcrowf} i fe shown ,as J1il y jOsceoia. head >--

.. And* May All. The. Future' f Years. .. .. of tse| S!minole. Nation in Florida; presents \ 'en 'el) Jarrarjl with fln Indian! jacket .\ '. .. j.t) ; ._... .
? anti. tomahawk. Photo iy: T: H.. _/King. .flere.are! someof the experts "A gqod safety device. Self-
Be Ones / ft "
'. Prosperous l reasons:. I ,'adjustingbrakesanddualmastercylinders. -,

: [ was' around; Ocala, Gainesville, "N w, styling 'is based on ...'if one system fails,
:' A CAPITOL LETTER. Sanford .and JleLand. J lean.,clean, lines that are apparent the other brings the car to a .
SuetsMotelRestaurant! .J 'I Lucas remembers the freeze from almost any angle. safe stop." .. .
BV JERRY MOCK I 10.3 per cent to 5,459,560 between I II and says the one we justexper ''Motor Trend's Cars of the } "Tr nkJ large. Low load ."
.. -- ... -. -. .. ....._r- .... TALLAHASSEE -- FJQrid3'scollegiate the 1960 census and July lOG:!. ienced was far worse. lie believes
I that if their Year prove their.mettle.in.ac- trig lip makes it simple to toad .
growers forget orchard -
is J k'SuttQ'n'oC11i Board"of '
\. population growingso i :: and wood piles and ,tual testing; confirm their engi "Our Classic with the
fast that wantsto I other pitfalls. I heaters
hardly any cne points out ..
J predict how many students we I When a college is built, students I provide a dependable supply of neering excellence, reliability, : c ,....t ;. rugged,ohv in-line Six .. gave ,
BEST -WIS.HES25vh will have by 1970. I flood to it, although original indications I water to keep their groves and sturdiness and performance." -- :; high 26.7mpghighway

One guess made recently by were not so favorable. i plants sprinkled as long as the "Quality has always been one of Amering mixed city and freeway gave 23.4."

Jov. Farris Bryant was: }50,000.{) I Aid the per cen age pf young | freezing weather lasts mqst of the lean Motors' largest selling point" "A sportier,!!! re.p' rr m ce- riente< :
I fruit and produce could be saved. 3 *s"' .U
OH, THE h This.would roughly) 'double the persons attending college is rising had puT'iri "In unitized bodies,which American Movehicle,We Ambassador V-8 shoufoTsa!.
attendan in the steadily. Lucas a rabbit pen
collegiate nest his grove and said he expected to tors pioneered, this latest design represents isfy the wants of the Rambler buyer who ::y? '
factors in-
seven years. Some tend to retard .
ANHKVIRSARY! Projections! were made of state: crease 'attendance, such a"s higher I find a frozen bunny in the morning a real advancement. biggest; single reason favors performance." -

schools! in 10G1. Florida: State entrance requirements. But this but instead the rabbit*was we'chose Rambler Car of the Year." "There isn't any pitch or choppiness,noticeable __ ,
I skipping about as spry as could This i construction method results roads." .
University already has surpassed' is a debatable point. new even on rough "
.,OF the expected 1970 enrollment The i There are educators who would I be thanks to with the the sprinkling trees and he, j in. a unit so strong.it'll take punishment "Summing up. ..: it looks like the new
other schools are a little ahead prefer to get better and better' got along longer and naturally hold its resale nlu ." Rambler Rill..be an even better buy than ,
at least that's what the I' '
Contain?r Corsjsralijjn! of America'sQperatins of the schedule" : ''' UniverSity} "of. visability students. Others of raising question standards the ad-, I old! timer believes and he: may be "The interiors of both the Classic and i it has. 'ef i in.preyious years.' .... .
Florida, 13326 UniversIty of 'I
; comfortable.V Rambler?
I rgh.; Ambassador are roomy and don't you look at the 1963
Squth Florida, 3,664 and Florida making the point that if a student
: {In Fernsudina Beach A & M Upiversity, 3GG4.; is'capable of going to college today I The task of providing such a offer plenty of legroom.'! Best-sellinge{ ever: built!

why can't he tomorrow I sprinkler: system with sufficient
Projections. ad
pow ? water to do the job would
rajttedly; too conservative, were as 'jThe future tendency, 'sa.id Sut-I'
May Our Association Continue follows: University of Florida, top{ will be for tie) colleges tosptrawl probably be impractical for a
I large commercial grove, but it
the state. A theoretical

14,540 Florida Slate University,
To Be As ,Pleasant ; for + could, be tested out on a few acres E
10,000; University of South Flor l ceiling has been set some
here and there in the ,hope thatit
ti'l4 schools the University of Floridaat
ida, 15.0CO; Florida A :
Through The Coming Years 2JO( ; and Florida Atlantic: University ; 20,000; FStJ at 15,000; and the freeze might problm prove for the all;answer time. to the
5,000.() Upiversity of South Florida at Rambler ------- -
15,000. Original projections forFlorida I In any event Lucas firmly believes American 220TwoDoor
': G. ,8."J The problem of guessing' how Atlantic University were he has the answer and he SedanAMERICAN ; e = RamU lu Ambassador V-I --
many students the state will have I the information along for < :' 990 Two-Daor SwUa _Co
: set at 12,000 in 1980. But then passes
'. 'The < in coming years appears to havemany t that school has not opened as yet I what. it may be worth. At least Rambler Classic 770 Sedan, -
.. .Biggest p !le. |qrs- jVnyn" pjtfalls. One good example; ; members he saved his own nursery and MOTORS .'. ...
for its
t, '_, ,-._ -_ .-- _,_<<:",,_ Florida has gr'own in population I and all predictions but impossible, II small .citrus grove when everything Dedicated to Excellence ..... ,
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n. --- ---- .
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I 1 : around. him was lost. A -
; Worn schools reach the abovementioned .

will be built limits elsewhere., new schools I sprinkler costly would system serve to even save though crops r '.
I everal people in the know are during drought as well as cqldweather H rren' $ Auto .s rvic.e 'H

wondering what will happen to I and might pay its way in h' ...

Io 4 'or the 50,000 or sro bottles-'ot>whisky j I the: ei)d. It is. certainly, worth CORNER. .8th &. .JASMINE> ... rJU ON p IfflWHT '
flocking-into. -* >--- L l.Uifc.* i> Uli. < > <
i-oP. : confiscated. ,. in" ....'ortht. .. eSt'Florfdaby ____, t' ._ .. _. ...
;i the :state' Beverage T uepanment. > -.. ---- -- -- -' ---- --- -- --- ----- ---

It is merely in warehouses'!
+ J .
now pending disposition of trials. I j
NOW I ..
A Northwest j' tt Ida ..Wieid, .;. '.... 'H. ..
__ j visited the State Beverage Department ,
AT during ,the height pf the ., \.
A. Y __ recent liquor raids west of --Talla I'
hassee. He accpmpanied an 'attorney
who sought release of the ::2L SuburbanPr GaS Service )

H I whisky to its owners. I I pClne

Low Prices On Broke Relining I! Too Late !, 'Ii': 0 I. .

y Jo Gasvsiiy| 'ff

f\ if9 j Wlshesf; or'. .. -, I II
By Russ JI Kay :,;\ Z: :. '.
d D O 0 While thousands of Florida I :f j
.I citrus and vegetable growers saw j
their crops wiped out over night I!

J ., when the freeze hit the state recently -? .* s *. Cntainer; tlH
'4 a 72-year-old Tampa man, : Corporation

At'. .. .... '..,:: ''employing l a trick .he !earned
'years ago, saved a citrus crop,
; .i
:. l. ./ .:. his nursery stock and strawberry
.plants, not with heat but with .

1 j I'I water.When the freeze warnjng came: ,I I .

jr jrj j II. II. Lucas 2105 E. North Bayin AmerJcfj

j "j Tampa rigged up water sprink-.I : ; : : .: .. .
lers on high posts nn connecting,; .
i them with his deep well
: pump, spraying his trees and

.: ",,; I I i plants continuously for two days ,
and nights. His reward was unI f
AMERICAN ,1 I damaged: ''fruit, 'trees and plants, :- ," { { : '-: -
"CA.R t
.. x "". ,* ". ..,... .,. when everythipg around him 'was :,:/flf: _:-.,' .", ..;.f. <' ..i'" "
> ::<;;: ; :; <<
"' isI "'>hl frozen. '\t\-. '.::'- AHAPPi ,t ;t., ... ,
FRONT .WHEEL ALIGNMENT 1! I "I learned the trick by accident : ?:: '..: .. '.. .. '- '
I ;1 1- j; .i when growing strawberries i if iirHillsborougn ;' .. -" .
,'- he said. "1
: ,f County *
Returned to :; ; I was transplanting 10,000 strawberry -
: originalmanufacturer's i ; plants when warning of a .

:' I I! sqvere freeze came. I rigged up I ; q 25th BIRTHDAY
."I-. specifications II sprinklers and kept the plants' : : };
.. I j warm with'warm earth water It > 1

".. brings up the temperature on the ,..... '.'
.. I' trees and plants and as long as ', '\ 3
.. .. I they are continually sprinkled .. ', '. I .. .

.. : : they won't freeze.; w : N ,. (FOR THE ICKAL() : :DIVISION, i :tJ .1 :
.lit. BRAKE ADJUSTMENT I "The water must be kept Tun-j ., .
and 1iI
.. 4 ning day night as lonjr aar :
i :1wheels i! there is danger from cold.'If turn- .
on all 4
: ; -
ed off before trees ajuj plants are '
r thawed out, the water will freeze I ... .:. 'a'_ 1. .
-itai fluid jncluded I on the trees, but if kept junmngpitll "t: ;..', AND .,1M ED W'IfLLrS "Ws"
: .
; itpe lod- t normal temperature returns .- ., : .j.. .. .f)1lP .. ':-l
of repack front C tS they will survive unharmed."
S 4 wheel bearings I Lucas points out that it is dangerous
: E F. l li I unless you have good, de. -

Just. .say' "Char& itJ2 JI : ./ !ipendablc equipment for if the Successful > : : !
!: ..r .:: l i pump should stop or. for any reason for /Many/ Many
t '. ) Take six months to pay ;: ;. {. the sprinklers failed tp.workthe :. _

*Raptacernenl: parts it;needed and torsion bar adjustment not jrtdddedw ,,. crop would be ruined -<. '. ,:' I Ir
The Times reports that > .
I Tampa ts. :." .. A-it -;-.. ,<
HillboronghConnty. growers '

water have with been considerable experimenting success.with :: : Birthdays To ,Come .

!, Lucas remembers the socalledbig _. I
f refOft t Beach Supply I freeze- 'that in :Jhe 'h ,
occurred :
t. .
late 90's) that practically wiped .." ._ .!< ; ;; t... .' ... "

out Florida citrus crop, killing ,,.. ... tot
and caused S. t
many trees many .
:I.1B t1aritic ycJ\uc ..P..hone r 16)) 4.8 rmfr' JUlurUp-ll.qr! jE-.Jrn ti o1-JI'" "..- f,-- -.. ';' _Y.' I(.. .--stis -. .

A .: further south. At that time the 1 '-. _-, :=;; ..: '.". ", '-.. I

-, : center of citrus growing activity! .. : .::ic '" ,- < _. ';; -. : :: ff"t". ,. :: ./ :' '' .
/ 3


j ,.Page Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday,January 17, 1963 .

..,........ .... ..,.."
..... 1- ..... Junior High Band I
4 i Flenniken
.... c_ Dozier & Gay To Appear In .-"", Gives WE'SPECIALIZE IN e ,, ..

=Granolite Exterior for Concert TonightThe Rotarians! Resume Automatic Transmission Repairs
E Slock Masonry or Asbestos Fernandina Beach Junior

'I White Shingle or Colors concert High School in the Band Senior will High present School a l_ _, i- Welcome Station Brake Rebuilding Whee!,"Alignment. ,

Auditorium tonight at 8:00 pm. GENERAL REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES & MODELS
$3.95 Gal! x Chuck Flcnaiken president o' ..
.: This group is made up of 7th a .6 ----
fee > ,Beach Yulee *
and 8th graders, and are future Fernandas ;
I 1v %4 : Our Repair Facilities Are The! Finr; KIJ. st ..EquilJpennn
members of the Fernandina Beach Chamber of Commeicc, was guest
.' rr:. E-ZP1C High School "Pirate" Band. neater at the,rtsuicr meeting of Most Modern In '1'? '2HARRELL'S
,. Jie Rotary Cl'ab at noon Wednesday -
14TH & BEECH There is no admission charge J. ,. :
and.. the public is cordially invited. : :' :\ Flennikeh at Saside introduced'Jnn Miss: Ar-
W lene Hull, from the Florida Development AUTO SERVICE '
;. I 4 Commission at TaUanassee South,* iiS-fh Street .

P Ir'V HAPPY BIRTHDAYTO who will be manager of I. "Your Rambler Dealer" .
she new Marine Welcome Station.

: ...... .., Mss Hull spoke briefly on her :
.. -- y'xa L ._' '. ..., dut'u at the new station. I-_____ --- :'fal'w. ..
.,. Flenniken then gave: Rotariansa
Container Corporation of America s brief resume of the novel Welcome -I- I' -.

... ,. t ::A Station, the first in the i ,
12 .ti world to be built on a waterway, I CONGRATULATIONS TO" --
from the first conception of the \
plan to the dedication ceremonies

OPERATIONS IN -- -_____._ .._ :.t_....0.q' ..__.____.__.__.____.-_. '_'..__ _.._.. ...n__ : held last weekend*' t. at the com- Container Corporation of America. .
pieted project
.-. ........... FERNANDINA BEACH GROUND WAS BROKEN SUNDAY on the property adjacent to the First Baptist I "The idea originated," Flenni ;
Church, known as the Burgess property, for the church's new $275,000 Educational ken stated, "from a survey made ON THEIR

: := Our Sincere Wish Is Building. Pictured above is Lloyd Wolters, building committee chairman as he assists by the city of Ft. Lauderdale, reporting -
Mrs. 1ti'. H. Sims turn the first shovel] of earth, and other members, of the committee. that the visit o an average 25th ANNIVERSARYOF
.' Mrs. Sims is cne of the oldest living members of the First Baptist Church, having I yacht resulted in $7,000 be-
E For Many, Many More! enlisted with the church 58 years ago. Construction of the new building is expectedto t I jag spent 'the state. OPERATIONSC '
begin i in about two weeks, with plans calling for completion in six months.!'! Auchter "One, among'several cities to I.
Co., cf Jacksonville! is contractor. Members of the comrr/'tee assisting with the ceremony the south making bid for the Wel- I fERNANDINA
are shmvn! left to right, W. R. Price, Thad Lee, Paul Ewing, Lloyd Wolters, come Station, Fernandina Beach I IN BEACH

..."...*... Bryant Tucker, Mrs. Sims, Rev James T. Dunnam. pastor, Mrs. H. J. McFarland. Mrs. was that notified this northernmost in May of this year in !!
:,Z:: Fernandina Federal l Savings & Sloan Peter.on.l\Irs.: Dena Arnold and Mrs. Ross Libby. I Florida location.had been' chosen for. the j, L. B. Reese, Plumbing & }Heating I Co

while submerged 200 feet, thus
"r' FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSBy 1 making it easier to pick: up speci I "Ground was broken on August' 1101 SOUTH 8th STKEKTintroducing
,ul.. Loan Association Ii
". ... mens. 12, 1902, and dedication ceremon-, ..
John II. PerrJV'Jr1.' ;President, ficulties to retain the use of a few' The present two-man model ics were held last 'veekend.
., Perry Publicatirns,.''Ape.. Member,j instruments. Until recently the I'Cubmarine available in the $29- "The Welcome Station and out 1-
The Florida Coupcil!!of, 100 I. only manned undersea vehicles 000 and higher range, is by no I er docks will be fully completedthis
Of particular significance} to were navy submarines which were means beyond the reach of oceanographic I week. An approximate 50 to ,
me in the Space .Age, Educational I,much too large and cumbersome. foundations, universitiesand 60 days will be necessary to com
.' .. ., MANY HAPPY RETURNS Stud? now in p ogress under Then came Picard with his private research organiza-. plete the marina basin," Flenni.I
supervision of the state Board of I bathyscope. As these vehicles were tions. ken concluded.
," Control, in which the Florida ,improved, great strides were made From a modest beginning the
TO Council of 100'y ns Uting by I in a new technique of direct ob- University of Miami Instibte of Trade At Home ,
.. raising funds,, isTithe intent' to servation, but costs soared and it Marine Science has advanced ;
make an exhausTive stay and report became evident that the need for swiftly to sizeable proportion under -
1 Container: Corporation of America of Florida's opportunity for further exploration would requirea Navy contracts to study
i progress in oceanography, hydro- low cost undersea research vesseL sounds produced by marine ani- I
graphic engineering and related mals. The Cubmarine has been "SEE C. B.
: ON THE fields.It For water of restricted depth utilized by this institute to inves- I i
1 has long been my considered this need has been fulfilled in the tigate the sea floor in the vicinityof
I 25TH BIRTHDAY opinion that Florida with its won- recently developed small subma- the audio visual underwater 'Pete' INGRAM"i I i

derful climate and natural undersea rine, such as the Undersea Hunter observation installation off the .
'i OF THE content, not only would pro- the Sea Pup and the Mark west coast of Bimini in the Ba- FOR i JAMES E. BOWERS I
1 vide the most excellent base for VII :Mini Sub, the latest of whichis hamas. Life Insurance
: FERNANDINA BEACH DIVISION research but that it could well incorporate the Cubmarine built by the per- Scientists are generally agreed I 314 Atlantic Avenue
Retirement Income !
research facilities and ry Submarine Builders, Inc. It is that with the improved facilitiesfor ,
studies as a major .program in its a two.man undersea vessel with I research and ease of operation Health & AccidentHospitalization 261-3982 .
I universities. Research contracts an operating depth of 150 feet. It important discoveries are only a I .
MAY THERE BE from governmental and private has helped in accoustical, biological shadow away. Florida can assume Major Medical newly appointed to serve you with the
sources could be expected if ade- and other undersea scientific I
in these scientific stud-
4 .. MORE ANNIVERSARIES TO COME! quate facilities and instruction'result pursuits.A leadership ies by production of the undersea Disability Monthly Income I best in auto, l life, and fire insurance.

I from the study. sister Cubmarine with a 600 vehicles necessary, by utilizing its
Until, about ten years ago if a I foot operating depth is also commercially I climate, natural :shore lines and I STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES I ] "1".
: BEACH BAR marine scientist wanted a first- available. Already in sea bottoms, and by placing em- INSURANCE I Home Offices; Bloommgton 1b
j hand look deep beneath the sea, the planning stage is a five-man I phasis on research in its collegesand .1.\: ( f .." .uCl. '
.. .. in addition to abnormal costs he design capable of permitting the universities in this new and Phonei261-5269* J.
was.faced with indescribable dif-. occupants to exit and le-enter exciting arm of scientific study. I'I
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: 't. THE PALACE SALOON, .Florida's oldest 'nd most historic, held open house following
On The the dedication Sunday of the Florida Marine Welcome Station and hundreds flock.
ed in to see the famed "spa". Many, seeing it for the first time, were intrigued with MRS. LIL I'll. LcaAN A\D MitS. JOAN DLBBERLl',
... hostesses for Land and Williams at the Palace 'Saloon
the Nineties" "
"Gay atmosphere as preserv '\ t 'a ware with the original
SILVER solid bar tables and chairs are shown in their Gay Nineties attire as they dispensed
ANN1VERSARY mahogany and the famous paintings (hat adorn the walls.
: o -- Pboto by Thomas II Kin* Applejack (non-alcoholic to conform ith a Sunday ban:).
;1 Waiting in line at ::right for his "potion" is Albert flirt,
i 1951 Ford panel truck which rat Commander of American Lesion: P"f't 54 and a former
OF OPERATIONS IN FERNANDINA BEACH Jfnnt A Tree Trooper Strickland off U. x.,17 while he and M owner and operator of the Palace. In background i is,"Mr.

_. brother, EarJ'' Foster were en Pickwick", one of the famous paintings on the_ walk of
o Tribute! For Nassau'sht route to .Jacksonville. overturn the Palace. .
May Our Associations Continue As Pleassat a Reports ing twice., '. -

Foster's brother received mine "A sewing circle .is.where wo. f .The greatest.pf faults is to be
.' As In The Past 25 Years Arbor Day Friday 1 1 1963 FatalityNassau injuries but: was not hospitalize! ten come tori edle 'others." i conscious Sf none"." Eugene'N. I

;; 1..... lobert N. .Wilt, Muncy (Ind.) I Marten: LaGrange (Ind.) Stajnd-
-.}. ';. .:< ; "Plant a tree with your own County's first traffic Patronize Our Advertisers Luminary. ard. .
,T. lands. You will care more for it fatality in 1963 resulted from an -- ------- -
han a whole forest!" accident January 8 on U. S. 17,I .
At least that's what a 19th i approximately! three' miles South' ,
Woodward Motor Company entury poet thought about plantag of Yulee. : HAPPY 25th ANNIVERSARY I < :
trees, quite a few he- .
years State Trooper C H. Strickland, .
ore the first Arbor Dacelebra-I investigating officer said the accident '
"Your Chevrolet Dealer"u
ion was held in America in 1872.I occurred about 3 a.m. TO :
Since then millions of 'ilo
.. _____ __ __n_ lave been planted. Arbor trees Day i'I Charlie Marcus Foster, 36, '.
I succumbed to his injuries last
hovel-handlers include public of-I' Container of
,, >tciah on festive occasions, cler- Friday in a Jacksonville hospital. Corporation/ AmericaAnd
gymen, teachers, students, girl Foster, an employee of EasternOil
; scouts, boy scouts, conservation- Co. who made his home in
I sts, garden clubs, rangers, youngsters Jacksonville, was driver. of the I .

/u CONGRATUlATIONS I i Though, oldsters Florida, laymen citizens alike.first pine seedlings to. any school in I I Best Wishes For The Continuance of Successn :
the state planning to hold .
!J : :observed Arbor Day in 18S6jo an
1. :e than three-quarters of a Arbor Day program. This year I
TO :entury ago Nebraska claims nearly 250 grade schools and! I The Coming YearsUCK'S ;
the first official observance, fol- high schools throughout the state\
lowed quickly by Ohio. Arbor ordered seedlings before the January I
Dais purely American in on-- 9 deadline. CHI TV :
::in, though tree-planting festi Arbor Day is a tribute to the
..; CONTAINER CORPORATION/ valseie held even in ancient tree. For the tree shows as no I : .
i "imes. other thing the beauty and the I 6th and Ash Streets
) In Florida, Arbor Day was cbtcrved. I bounty of Nature. -
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t the third Friday in January -
Arbor Day this year i is
Friday, January 18.
THEIR The Floridian with a yen for I ,
trees and he has 314
,, planting ,
-r 1: native species plus many intro

:: tSiLVER.; ANNIVERSARY I duced'species from has a of wider trees choice to choose than :
in any other state. Any kind oi BEST WISHES.
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tree seems proper for the plant-
}j ing: gold trees, silk oaks, eucalyptus ,
Y IN FERNAND1NA BEACH dogwood cedar, magnolia, .
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:-, A'r! I tree the Cabbage palm. .
:\.. Florida's latitude is 'so varied, : .' :
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others. The exotics are fine for TO

SEASIDE/ ? Mil MOTEL it Arbor But then Day, planting there are the old reliable ..
:; too, like the slash pine,
or shortleaf, loblolly, sand pine
and longleaf. It is the pm< t CONTAINER CORPORATION ; .
I AriD DINING ROOM which most nearly typifies ta.<
massive steps made in Florida's .

commercial the past o5 years reforestation during Of AMERICA j j.j

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Crisp new styling only a to appeal ?:'
OlwIobile.y Dynamic Olcbmobile's lowest-priced ....L2Mt & > ;
full-size series, it boasts a 280-h.p. Rocket V-8 ... / .:H.r. .

our-coil-spnng for in a car labeled comfort"Oldsmobile". plus!the Check quality a Dynamic you look 88 0 L D S M 0 B I L, Y FIVE POINTS PACKAGE STOREMOORE'S .- THE PALACE SALOON :

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AMERICA ,J paeh joy it's costly! fee;
jet, i.4'ether; joy, or painvo i grief. > + I I TO THE ,
:Your,.!love,'tjid enfQjrjtT( |ie, + i /. : _
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!AND. OU? BEST WISHES{ brave the world aoaiu.
koY f the completion I
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i fgR CONTINUED PROGRESS ;. fJf I {fere" f..iteto! ;Iiv&jgain: 0 .
I [The years that I' have:-mjwn, { .. ,end formal opening ,
JM c' 9ose tpce Wa ;sratn,. PF .
U A! t R UN RYANDi: ,. love, -' ".' of their i plant here. 'r

: ;To be my .very own. I IHerbert 1 'xYavrk4r--J sn\x....,'Qa.,.;y t...M1.. JL '- .. ,\: ,

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,.,, 4_-, '. F." -1 :. r...prp_ : +.' .... : !Rr["-.- + r r' m**rt-'" '.J; jf\Ijoi.oiuIiiiHa\yaii[ ) ,i. Miss Florid t. Gloria 'Drody ,of ,Jhckaji -
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0' ti. ::. f' 'inn..,J.Qfh ,'; i iI 1 191 0 l1U) .TY PERNA ti PJi-\' -1438'
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\ ., '. onier J Incorporated scored: on f 31, 1962 was $56,700,000() in comparison -' 'z- lpJ1J. rv13f J 9
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number, .of jts major targets jn with $1. $,3 1,160 at the, ; \ : r, '
CORPORA ; lh(G 2. Earnings were 43 percent .end of 1061Current i: w." ;(t 1
: -TIONA;; above 19G1 figures, achieving a assets totaled: $72,500000 ,-; sr'
: continuing sales and earnings up- and current liabilities were '
Today We 'Sdale /
swjng. $1 ,800,000 at 1962's year end%
I r', ';' The company! also establjshed; a This! compared with current assets'
OFAhIERICAi4fP. new, all-time record in tonnage of $G3,095.635'and, current f liabilities : .
l" :' .'J: :,; .1 !I sales, saw its silvichemicals climbto of $17,711,475 at the end
; ... r: L '.- substantial sales, further enhanced December, 1961. 01j Container Corporafion 01 America
.A- 1 .4- .s.I o ? .. f its sales and service posture Taking note of the t price :
-'t_>.t;'',-', %r_'" :: il'l I in world .cellulose! and' paper- tare for Chemical Celluloses and,
; ', > ,' : '. t. ,." : I| nking pulp markets by bringing paper-making pulps, Erickson said: ,
:\ '" 11);' I C, :*'0 > r 1'1I 1"\ I served, introduced ultrainer, on firm in 1962, no upward price adjustments .,
\ i commercial sale the world's most could be considered until -
.(- .. ,.I ".y,, I highly refined wood cellulose{ further price stabilization had I ..
i \1.' I' : raised the quarterly dividend 25 I been achieved. He remarked that

( ')t DrlEVEN I .MORE SUCCE5FULTHANTHEFJRST25 ":'-t r': !, percent from 20 cents to 25 cents. I,prices for Rayonier products are We are grateful l' for th"e good' relations and patronagewe
.. Cash flow generated from earnings currently as much as $20 per ton
f- : .. :' i depreciation, depletion and! lq\yer than in 1952.,
( .: T' :, / :"& i other, sources moved from $3.C7to Erickson also said that overseas have enjoyed during these 25 years I

., .... : j;) nearly.$5.00 per share. markets served, by Raycnier are .
..' ,.2: .,, ;i.' ''' ,-,- ,, f :Commented Russell', F. Erick- growing at a rapid pace, "in fact
... .' ,"iv'-l,' t' ,' sqn, President, in ,releasing the faster than the annual rate of
firms preliminary 19C2 figures growth of our domestic markets
THE SANDSAR: here today the past year was Foreign business is still accounting LAS SERRE MPTOR Coi
t ,: .. ; g 'satisfactory: for Rayonier. Qur j for some 43 percent of Ray o
'" imprpyed i profits are largely at- onier's chemical cellulose sales, it

FC nEST OZBURN < .' tributable' to a high J level of pperations :was. learned.: 1 910 South 8lh Sleet Fcrnandlna Beach, Fla. .1.9.63
.,.' : throughput the )'ear.. wr !, At a Board of Directors meet* "
look for better earnings fn 19G3, lib today, '3 25 cents dividend '
provided i ,alj influencing! factors in I was (declared payable February
.. -:: .x ,,' :-...s'- .. world markets hold fast: i 15 to stockholders? of record January
...... --' 'I ,Ifayonier and subsidiaries for i 2>, IPG3.i" t 1 I' ,
,- --- -- the year just ended earned $11- I '

I on 425,000 net ,sales equal of to$142,000,000.$1.90 per share These, I:; ., .. ." .. .. "", ,.., ..... _'0__.. .t _&.....,... .... ..- .. _...,

figures compare with net profits i
I i 1 of $7,990,028, equal to $1.33 per
< f ti, 1y1( share, on net sales: of 134,701,045 "
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i for For the the preceding final quarter year. of 1962, I "Sin.cereGood % VIshe0NTHE
I iI Erickson reported net earnings of I $
$3022,000 equal to 50 cents per ;
share, 'compared almost identical i.Mi
ly.f JS&h the} year's third quarter, ,
l ( and was substantially above the I .
$2,272,987 ((38 cents per share) I .
I earned during the last three i
a v months of 1961.*
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g9's I iled Subsidiary, the company, Rayonier sold Canada 851,259 limy i R '
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I tons paper-making of chemical pulps celluloses, thus establishing and : : ,

I J a new, tonnage ales recOrd ..1 ,
in.the company. 19 2's to: -a .
}page aes) here ly pgrSgnt above i t : : "
I Ir IOG1! when the firm sot its pre- ,.:?. ..' ,: ,T, .',. .,
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A p. I To $226,950,000TALLAHASSEE 'AMERICA: .

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'loss on Florida highways ;: JNIEWANHSA BEAQi : '
scared to a record $22G,!50OOO ;"
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And .the final figures are not,!

I all The in. death and injury score I

stood at 1,335 dead and 64,974

H ; ; s will injured be as additions of January to the 8, but death there total -1 I! We A {kw k. y |*ji\a|Bte t 'rib fonts 4.J'j1 r{ 4kis !( )stu. di'g( ; t1Jr

j as the year wears on.

i, stripped The number the previous killed in year.19C2 by out-129 dusiry .rks- EdTo J MReid: itawh 1 ,:,nd :f rifrtss jf f TMs ;km. .

persons at an economic loss of
I j 421,930,000.
Economic losses are. now. cal-/ f
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F sill S* t i a 4d cdated at $170,000 per person !!

4 % : : *i : + ) which connected automobile takes with crash into ,account a medical death-dealing 1.all burial costs ; Our PersflnaI"TlHHij! (? ? Fr f1\e t op .wtrwtty! qfjzrvuyAth.Ctihiiiier;>> '

ps, i"i vP i i i t4t.t and other expenses and loss of

potential The number earning injured power.showed asizeable ,, Corporation of America end- dkf lraiyFMeJcti; : f8YJu! ,
i increase Also Aver the
;ir # 4 ia drivers bang-1
'iet pi.eyious year when .
tr f ct. tin?, steel, high- wend ,autoiaobijes : ,
fI and poor judgment. toy ; .

.. ADD A PHONE. ADD 7Save A LOT TO MYJ : I I pn?e"Last tier our at highways year a record was,"rate.& said deadly"- Comdr.year I ; May- TWcxt *TweBfyFrye' Years ", tfEy0i; ;: rr 4t t rStl6EF33? .

Ii. N. Kirkman and continued < .
"jLSjB can: go sither way it is
time steps, trouble. Add exten> .details on the low cost andJovely cplors, up to.. YOU the driver. -

*If we drive with sensible reasoning THE =FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
ion phones where your family lives, call your Telephone Business Office. and give a little insteadof ,

most. .workshop, kitchen, bedroom, ';!& call demanding our rights and on taking the highways what we, ; :.f :..

veil I Io. bring down the figure l-Ti CER"'ANDII-p"BE. .. eH ..,, _
Florida room, teen-ager's room. ;ors u hernM I we can ,j."! J :; \ v 1t '" : )' f J
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coulif'go higher]thazT lastj far, :. .. _.': .. ., ... ., :
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FOU SALE OR TRADE for I PUEUNdTi: The.,News-Leader. :Salutes the the potentials that the space-age I

w4 Fenundma property. 3 bed. --- FLORIDA COUNCIL: REPORTS

JT AD RATES room, 2 bath, masonry home. ..... N'O'J. tc E UT11fM:: I has brought u:*, we wui ... ., >.
------, .o; word .75 minimum NO'I'ICE'1S; 1IEREUY GIVEN that! or' ./ on the threshold of the twr<> :" t,
pc Yelrs ,
paved road. Call
D. 0. .Oxley,,Perk Circuit Pvurt, Lon AAAfr 'Wee 3y L, B. Mavtag: Jr Pr of '
Card *f Thanks. Resolutions way Dr., Yulee Fla.: 115 x 100 tL1 wrptas: fut/Js .ovemg; the the ;, hJd'r.t.1 !3 spirit t't.oper:1tiojn3t! of j I happiest era that Florida has f

sale of pfope\ly at (!lie C-tctotu.e: National Airlines, In(. Member, criticism, of courage to realize ever enjoyed. .
ad Similar N'otice* lot beautiful l yard and fruit door wU ,prt.perty having beqn ad- Council _.
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.'Chapter 194. Florida Statutes As a newcomer to Florida, it is _
Cal 2 1.U8G: } or 2fi 1.. 1iR1 predated. L L. BOIIANNON, .
phone 2S1-52CO. J17cFORWENT 161Description of Property Block ICO ilfeg YOUTH BED, complete an exhilarating challeace to me :

or Jlare ad at) office LJU' rf' d 31 & 32 City of ernan. to find that 1063 is going to be a ; SERVES.EAfOODS :
I din! i 1 Teach: D. te ot &'le. August 7 mattress! guard rail Like new, ,
JI1 Ash Strut( -_ -- 1961, Amount on hand $1.00: ,year of decision for this phenomenal 1

: : *I Ucsciiptiuu cf ft p.;,I,) .. ,t of NE'i,j !I1hone 2C1-2354.' J17c I' state, whSch can becoma; :"
| S\V'4' cf NE* Section 34 TawnsLipN -
"t .., .- -- ..... I % 'Hinge 24& Date* cf Sale Nov. C. 11; ._ ,;. new industrial frontier of the ca OFTEN v:. :
{ Amount on hand $1.03. i -" tion. -
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--- rR SALE_ FURNISHED APT year round. I I Lot Description 2HA1 cl of D'l0..h.0W4 Property teacu Block D-w 172 I II | t! ... ...' It is especially'exhilarating De-I I 1 MARKET NOW OPEN

Apply 725 N. Fletcher 261.i of Sale May 7. 1962 Amount on band: I Jjr" cause our future is going to ;
SIX ROOM I $342Description. PUBLIC: NOTICEiv i
HOUSE, three bedrooms 3218. tIcFURNHEDA1
State j the l leaders
Beverage determined not only by
: of Property Lots 33: 39 AT
one bedroom 11two -
Section 42 Tounship 3 Range 23 Date of industry and business here,
built hi\ bunk beds. Hercules ON BEACH of i'ale May 7, Iifi2( Amount on hand
IV ,tllA\: .fr-v.; CASE NO. but also by individual living
Phone after 2:30 9945. I
261-4944 Shows-
fenced Old Town. Call 261. Description of Property Lots 28 Section '. FRANK PRATT, Department in Florida. The omens are i PORTER'S FISH CAMPWEEKEND

4763. It J24e p.m. tfc.UNFURNISHED'GARAGE 5 'Tounsblp Hantc 24 Date of PLaintiff It .
auspicious because the state'sleadership
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I .!' APT $513 77. I I : R. PRATT, Revenue increaseTax recognizes the Challenge -'
TWO JJEDROOM SHINGLED Unless 'the owners call foi the abore Defendant
I Mrs. D. A. Kelly 214 S. 7th and
bright possibility
- iI house rior sale, Fid Points. On fumis otf or before February 1st. 1063: I I NOTICE or sure
they will be turned into General ahead.
100 xj50 wooded J..1 lot PJon Funds of' the County. 'TO BEULAH R PRATT revenue collections by the I

2C1.5MO.! J2tp D S\ : Witness my band. and seal of office. 872 West Ocgusc St. State Beverage Department con : Most thoughtful citizens) :ealtzetbit
... .. Wl\SrAI at i Fernandina Beach. Nassau County. Battle Creek, MichiganYou tinued' until this decade Florida. was
-- -- its steady climb with : j
-- Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and Florida. this 4th., day ol January 1963. are hereby notified that a suit report -
MAPLE-YOUTH BED, complete Calhoun Street," across street J' (SEAL) D. 0 Oxley has been filed against you in the snowing an increase of heavily handicapped in its eorts !

mattrom, guard rail. Like Clerk Circuit emit above entitled cause; and that you are more than $1 1-4 million for a to diversify its economy. The
new, from school.1. ('Joseph's Academy Nassau County. Florida hereby required to file your answeruitJi i
$20. Phone 251-0854. J17c )." 'Phone 2C1-4200 or 2G1- I It I 1.10 the Clerk of this Court and to six-month period ending Decem- state producesvery little fossil SPECIALS

_ : serve a thereof the Plain- fue//
copy upon ber 31 as compared' to a similar and is not endowed with I

SINGEr;: SLANT need6! sewing 1' 3800. tIc PUBLIC NOTICE tiff atfd or address Plaintiffs is: Mercury attarneywhose Kavouklis'name period last year. sources of hydraulic power. The TROUT ...........-...-._..__..........-_.-........_..-.-.........h. .-. "" "--._... 45c Lb.

machines. Three ((3)) available. FtJRNISHEb AiT '- three rooms IV1 THE CIRCUIT COURT IOUUTII P. 0 Box 462. Fernandina Beach State Beverage Director Thomas : geographical location that blesses RED BASS .-...__._ r-V ,-__, ..._.__..?_..._.......__. .._.. 25c Mi.

)QuttonhoIes, sews on and bath. Ill S. 5th. tIc I JUDICHL. CIRCtlT, IV AND tOR Florida.! ::. not later than February 2, E. Lee, Jr., said toda7 the i us with sunshine' has also meant t SUITING .. .._;._,. -+_-: ___._ ._ 20c I)).
tons over pins, but-I' NASSAU COUNTY... No.LORIDA.2S95MU :; If you fail to do so. decree Pro Con. I net increase for the first six t.I that there is a Ion? haul from1! ROE MULLET _.-.-.-- ....---.--.-._.- ....h.-....- .-... .h. ...-......_ :35c Liu

stiLch.< Sltehlly used. TWO" EEDROdM'-furnished apt. >-STTE lImn, L C., a the feo relief wilt I demanded be entered in against the complaint you; for'! months of fiscal year 1962-63 re-. I Florida to the nati n's major marI I n J\tJ) "___'_-,--_ ----_.__....---i------------------------- 59c 70- iNr

terms Arranged. Ral. $79. Write Close in adults. Phone 261. hOnda corporation, Plaintiff.' The nature of said suit being for presents a 2.95 par: cent climb r lets, and this has laiinimis'ed production OYSTERS ._.____. __ .__ $1.15 Pint'

Credit* Manager, A las! Dewing I 4227 for appointment to inspect. -.117;" divorce. which is consistent with reportsover of bully manufactured
Witness hand and the seal of
Centce G12 Laura fULMAV UONELY and MIKIF.UONCLY my the past months. 'I WE ALSO HAVE SMOKED MULLET
SL Jackson, tie his wife, said Court at FenKndina: Reach, Nassau many goods. 11
yule, Wa, Will Driver. J17c UdtndanLS.! County. Florida, this 3rd dayof Lee said the Department collected I
Thus the entire state has been
i.,TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED NOTICE OF sun January.0 19C3 a total of $-l4,909,6li3.21frQm Free Delivery Twice Doily -
1033! THE STATE OF FLORIDA Oxley heavily dependent on tourism and I IIon
new tires, new I Clerk of toe Circuit Court4t July 1 through: December
apt', private entrance. 421 N. 10.: COLMAN DONELY and I agriculture. Tourism is one of I II 10:30 a.nu and 4:30 p.m.
battery good eonditiftn. Can be I '3rd. tee MAI'.LE DONELY his wife, 13. 10. 17. 24 21 to show the increase of $1- t
the finest industiies in the worldprodccingclean I
seen at 5 Pts. Gult. 'Afso meris Residence Unknown. LOCATED
283.5C0.04. IX
TOo AKE HEHEl'.Y beautiful
shoe = atcs J17c ALEXANDER APTS.!' PUBLIC NOTICELV Taxes cigarettes accountedfor green, -
.1 that a suit has been- filed against: you I on :
I And the
In the above entitled cause and that 1 the largest collection with towns and cities. I J
lJf2 ,
ONE RAMBLER" Amerl- you are required to file your answer rolling miles of fine citrus trees
This follow
337. N. Fletcher No 2. Hot the Clerk of this Court and tolserve t FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF $17,502,182.75. was I
run, 2nloor DLX8 mos old. ::55 month wih{ a. copy thereof upon the plaintiff THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND i ed by more than $11 million each throughout central Florida are Charter.No. 4558 Reserve District No; G
water furnished $ fOR NASSAU COUNTL"l CIIAN.
Excellent condition.; Jly[ equity I or plaintiffs attorneys whose \ CERV CASE NO. 2280 on liquor' and beer, the Director I just one proof of the desirability
$300 tra w e equal tic BARKET & STELOflEANNIS. 804 IN RE: Petition of Samuel Nasby and noted. of agriculture as an important
value 'ind take up payments Lynch Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida his wife, Maria: Nasby for the en. Last year the Beverage Department element of any economy.
$17.12jper month. Phone not,later than February .7th..4963, try of an Order of Adoption, for FLORIDA NATIONAL BAVlK
2Gl.1 TWO BEDROOM apt, upstairs, If you fail so to do. a Decree Pro infant, Sibley, ,a minor and for reported an all time However, tHs dependents ,of, .

- :3775.. J pDr)>C 0 'rdrr isb d.' Ail! electric' kitchen. CoEfessa will J>e, eniero against yv u change: of name. record of $86 million in tax revenue -' the state on toirisin and:agriculture -
I for the relief demanded in the Con- NOTICE OF ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS from both cigarettes and : .ATFERNANDNABEACHIN
1958 FQJID Vi TON pickup, ply. Phone 2G1-52G9 or 2GM230. tlc plaint. This suit Is ta forecluse a I has made Florida
The real proceeded II alcoholic beverages.Jr.'High of the
wood enclosed back. Good condition I mortgage.1s* property TO: lilondle Coalman Sibley vulnerable to vagaries TIlE STATE OF FLORIDAAT
$ UPPER 'DECK' ArTs. Complete against 213 South 10th Street. weather and mtional and inter-
G50. Ang Associates
s The East half (EH of Lot Four. Fernandina Beach. Florida.
1 2G1.5G.! tic ly furnished including TV teen ((11)) on the West side of#Oxford Peter Sibley Elementary"LUNCHROOM national fluctuations over which TilE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER I 28, 1982

.. I $18.75: per week: till I Street of the Lincoln Subdivision Kingslatfd. lieorgia.: the citizens of the state: have little -
CONN ariNUET ORGAN 21 Afso room and* b j"'Jupnhe..1' Three in Section((3) Nortli Five: Range:((5) Township Twenty- above You.named are hereby petiticners notified Samuel that Nas the .MENUS control. Published! .in response to call made bjr the Comptroller of the

years 3>ld $1700 when new, sacrifice 2G1-3118. tie Four ((24)) East containing: one- by and his wife Maria Nasby have JAN. 21-25:) Now, with the coming of thespaceage Currency, ,under Section "5211, U.S. Revised Statutes
half <(< '/*) acre more or 'ess filed an amended Petition in the Monday Meat loaf, steamed :
'for $1200. Phone 201-3313. : -
WITNESS my hand and the seal of above-styled Court for the adoption of to Cape Canaveral, and '
I 2 I! tie FURNISHED BEACH COTTAGE said Court at Fernanoina roach, '' a minor child named therein and you lice I brown gravy tossed salad, with all the electronic and other ASSETS *
two bedrooms' sleeping ida. this 21st day of 1J ('eu.Lct. A.'or'j'! are required to show cause why the peen limas, rolls and butter,

2ACRES'LANO tf house porch and patio. Call 2611821after I 1iIIZ.(COURT SEAL1J. .j. O. OXIF.YClerk I i I lug same a copy should of not your be written granted defenses by ser if I I pineapple; cake, and Vt 'pint milk. related limitless industries future that linked lies with in the the Cash, balances with other banks, and cash

plans Jor three bedroom founda. of the Quart Court4t Chili Saltines items in, of collecticn ? 691,917.72
5 p.n. tie I any, upon Albin C. Thompson Jr., Attorney Tuesday; stands excellent process
l-d. U. 17, 21 air, Florida an
tion poured. South of Hance I for Petitioners. 303 Atlantic
I I i Avenue. Fernandina Beach. Florida pimento cheese //sandwich, Jeituce chance of creating that diversified United States" Government obligations, direct ?
t Fish Pamp on pauj. yid. 261- TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED and salad chilled ,
and by filing the original thereof with pears
42S1 or inquiret"1Yittrona apt. on beach, year round $GOm.Q..lIowal'd PUBLIC-NOTICE-- I the Clerk of said Court, on or lJ the 6th day of February. 1963!) othewiseaDecree needed. '-"-* ------ '
Dr. J17c I Hammond, 261 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB I may be entered aga I -TAX DEED it
tic I you granting said adoption boiled ih; chief'obstacle: re, as I see ,
3733. buttered bun potatoes
I on sions (Net of reserves) 1,122,185.03
OCEAN,. FRONT LOL.vrilh cottage I I Sec. 1941C F. S. I WITNESS my hand; and the seal) t[ is the resistance to change of any ..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I Iii jacket cabbage and carrot -
said Court at Fernandina I'.eah N.ss- ,
: a real buy. Terms 4 ROOM DOWNSTAIRS furnished Afro-AmeriCun Pension Itureau$ the sau County. Florida this 14 day of ,;.cherry cobbler, anJj pint some individuals and the-fear of Corporate stocks (induing I $OO.q.Q9..stpck) :::

211) iFletcher Avenue (rear). i apt. Phone 2G1-1G45. tee holder of the following certificates: has !i I, December. 1&62.! milt new industry that has been demonstrated '- 'Federal 'UServe Ihk? ) (NfetW: any =
for tax deed
filed said certificates a
Wntrf (!SEAL: >)> D. 0 OVLtY:
Mr. 423 N. W.
I issued thereon. The certificate by some men axdwomen reserved JLoan's
to Clerk of the Circuit Court Thursday: Baked turkey w/ ; ) 2f.o t}
122114: Street, Miami, Florida. SMALL UNFURNISHED! house numbers and years, of issuance the I Fourth JadiciJ: ) Circuit. In and whose fortunes .are linked .
t'I Jl: liiA description tf the propertj and the I For Nassau County otate ol dressing, giblet gravy, cranbenyoiange attd 'discount (liddii1! $189,9'.1 cfCr- ...
__ _l._ for rent. 1310 Franklin St Call. nar-nes.; in which it was assessed are, Florida salad: on lettuce, green with tourism.!
2GI-5277 for further information. as follows.: Ily: J. Warren Jackson. It.. D. C. National drafts) (Net of any reserves) 2,5S1,47 53
USED {) Leans rolls and butter, and % The airline I work .
O and > '
Certificate No. 154 Year of Issuance 4t 110. 1 t. 4. 31
up. All sizes and 1: 4 ales.rwr Call!! tic 1954Descr1ptto1 I i pmt milk.Friday Airlines, ia the only Florid ,Bank premises owned $257,8D.oM: ? furniture S

;14t82.C tfc \ of Property Mock 1. LotS : Fish sticks (catsup),' '-chartere'd and' Miami-based and fixtilrds $6 ,Bm:14'! : 322,74223:
BEDROOM 1 downstairs Beach.. .. NOTICE :
TWO Amefican '
) _ buttered spinach trunk airline operating:: in the
assessed AfroAmericart parsley potatoes, ,.
Name In which .
TWO I DROOl, completely fur. furnished apt. Year round. $55. Pension Bureau. IN CIRCUIT COURT. tOURTH celem sticks,' cornbiead'and" but atte.' We are very heavily dependent Real l estate owned other..than, ''bank-. premises -

mshcd; 10 x oO modern house 12G S. Fletcher. Phone 2G1-3138 I 1952 Certificate No. 125 lear of Issuance JUUICHL.\ S\V COUNTY CIRCUIT, LORIDA OF f LORlDA.N. IN. ter; plain' cake w/cnoe ate king, on tourism,. and'we would Other! asets--------- 4 1)Gt

tr:1i1t"! | on 100 x 100 shaded lot, tfc. Description of Property: Clock 5. Lot CHANCERY ana la pint milk. cringe at the thought of any development -

with tanning patio and fenced I 35 American Itejch.Name No. 2607 that would hurt the TOTAL ASSETS! '
in which assessed: Elizabeth
l in balk yaid. Inquire 2G1-5029. I TWO BEDROOM unfurnished Tucker. Plaintiff I Thenumber of rattles on a rat tourist industry J 't '- : ----4

: 0: tee house. ,Certificate 19HDescription No. 215 Year of Issuance \\SUR J. UUV1L and ZAH1EU I t1e lake does not reveal its: ape, I But it is 'jtfirm belief that' .- '- -.' .., I'.... .. ,. .1 ... 4 ,i ....
-,----- M. JAUUAL, his wife et aI., ; -
of Property: mock 5. Lot I according to Rosa Allen, herpetologIst LIABILITIES =
stimulants -
1 ClAfl' LINK F NCfi hcst Defendant one of the mostjmportant
furnished 41 American Iteach.
TWO ROOM apartment : .
Florida Springs.
t qualify Fernjndiiia, lowest price. Phone '* '* Name can Pension in which Bureau.assessed: Afro-Ameri The Stale NOTICE cf Florida OF-SUIT, A rattler|at reveals a new rattle, : to touilsm 1 JHe! the'build-| ': Deniandf! deposits I A )individuals-partnerships; ;;

I I Beach, 2ul4:031: tfcCOI.01KD II. F.'SAflLMAJT Certificate No. 108 Year ef Issuance TO: HERALD KAKER and DORIS E. cah lime it sheds it's skin, andmar i ing of rrurnerou 'jdeiy' diversified. I j[: and{ corporations 8,1G3,3.1
"KfeacnpUon industries .
11AXER. his wife Resideu l1 rot 6ijt the stat
: HOUSE for rent or PHONE 2813221MISCELLANEOUS of Property, : Block 8 Lot Unknown tiled four or five times', ayear
64 American Beach, I The great tou "tenters of the Time and savings fleposits of individuate,
sale i- 40C Beech St. Apply 12 Name in which assessed: Afro-Ameri. You are hereby notified that a suit if feeding well, Allen says.According centM'of :business '
nation art -
I has .been filed against you in the I pminerShip.'i"arid corporations 1,257,01
N. 2 \Ul'hone I
2Gl-3.J.12. Jl7pj Pension Bureau:
of Issuance "tx>ve cause; a-.u that \x u are berth New Yoik Siy;:Francisco and I
Certificate No. 112 Year ::
: : : 1958 required to fue jour a ..uer with the to antique car authorities Los Angeles.' : ami worn'en Depc3its of' United States Government (Inr' -!
GF.f .sl-ANTq: J"riptfJ.J1In mr(
l itCJc
cw .., ... L (:.pr rtY: Felc J 10. Lot I Clerk of this Court, and to serve *Cavalcadia, at Florida'sve4SprJn !' eluding postal savings) 149.40tC1lt
i1l j machines: parts and repairs .t '- 'lIIot" Aw; : i. oI 42'jnnkarite.wkr. &d1jNoi = I copy thereof upon the, plaintiff: ;or'plaintiffs radio who travel fort aslness and stay.
s\tb first wa '
; try: nuke. In'juue Mather BAND AVAILABLE' for dances, Name Mover.: in unich :assessed: Ulysses'G;1 address is:attorney Harvey, wiosej Mabry,name 1K5:! Har'and 'istI Q d in an; automobile in 19i9. on'for a visit's-* tourists- : -.t make'astable lj t t Deposits of and'politlcal'fiubdiviaionft M 1,34q:

rett lank Building. Jacksonville 2, ) and dep i&ible eore of visitors1 \
Furniture WrnRh&F I : '
of Issuance
lear '
repr'A Certificate No. 110 '
parties= grand openings, dinners, Florida not later than 21st day of that offers 'Deposits'of; banks 179,.
1953 to "any1metropolis ,
sentalive. tfc ,
3 ; I etc. TilE DIXIELANDERS Mock 13. Lot February, AD 1963. ...
___' further information, call 261. Description 1 American of Ketch property: Sub: No. 2 I. If you fail to do so. decree pro con PUBLIC NOTICE entertainfcfct to, holiday- ; Certified and officers* checks, ef& 3,4.
BUY iIIO.\llS1TEon the Nas- fesso will be entered against you for
Name kj ..which: assessed: DorothyLmngrton. seekers.
5237. 2Gl..532t J31p the relief demanded: in toe camplaiat: if- TOTAL G10 ,401.b9 -
fliver I DEPOSITS $ )
Beautiful } ;
- sau : iigi\ Certificate No. 114 Year of Issuance i The nature of said suit being for AUCTION Florida ? one major ; :

and $ry lots at Nassauville. I 1953 foreclosure of Mortgage encumbering 1.will sell to the highe4 and bestcasis drawback diversified (4)}) Total demand .deposits .4,694,700774b !)
WILL i : SMALL[ in I the following described property it. two door Ford. !' ; j : ;
_ _ Otheith waterfront KEEP baby my Description of property Mack 13 Lot bidder, cna 1961
privileges. 1 Beach. NO 3 Seq No. 2 sate: in Nassau County, Florida, twit: motor No. 1D53XK25H. \'fi'hY. January -, economy. tour. 'come as visitors ( ) Total, time and jsaungs
home for working mother. 502S. 3 American; .
.: Small down payment. ;' Name which assessed: Surauel o. All of Lots numbered 2 atfj 3 in 25 at 10 a.m. at Five Points Gulf to : wonder. n ..-
Terms to suit. Phone FrancIs t5th 'S. i J17p Lewis.in Block numbered 16 of the Townof Station Fernandina I'.eacft .'13. I i. deposits 1,407,01056 ...
for hv-
Milliard. Nassau County. Florida L. A. McKendree ful natural ::: :
Ellis,: POpular 5-2CGlM Jackso'i- All of said property ,being Honda.in the according to the pl..t! of 1L1- 3t 1-W, 17, 24. and man-inade recreational 1 Other liabilities 210OG1lI(
vilk ROOF LEAK? Re-roofing and County of Nassau.;State of hard recorded in Plat look! 1, at ting "-

_- I t_ Tic.LAUGH repairs, remodeling, 'et PhI n Unless such certificate or certificates to. Page 23.! of the Public Records of ,, (PUBLIC NOTICE i j facilities remaltf as residents, job-' ; "' 'I ---a-
Shall be redeemed according Nassau County. Florida. TOTAL LIABlfltJES' $G.312,40i
SHADED LOTS at Ame. Fernandina Beach, 2G15032.: tic law the property described lit such (SEAL) NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN jthzjl f i I hunting. .. '.
lla, ((00 X 145. $10 down. $10 ....- certificate or certificates will be soldto Witness my hand and the seal of anorder dated December, 19C2 has ',' Fortunately, the .stat 's able' .
the highest bidder at the court said Court at Fernandina Beach been Issued by the undersigned authorizing CAPITALACCQUNTS. .
per month. Call Howard Ham- FLOOR SANDING ana refinish. house door on the first Monday in Florida this 10th day of January A.D. the name of the OIL SCREW !I Governor has shown an astute .--

mon{ 2G13733.SltElii'OOI t' I It g. Floor tile. .PattfE. Hanson. Month of February.' 1D6X which Is the ,:,63. PATH, official number IM.915 oned c..of''l1fch awareness of the possibilities; of Capital Stock: 'l',
14th day of February 'sD O OXLEY '
) Phone 26M609 tleiF Dated this 3rd, day January., 1061D Clerk of the Circuit Court Fernandina Beach; Florida is !I building a mfire". diversified economy Common tock .
--N n FOUL'ST: 'ruce 0, Oxley Nassu County. FloridaA the' home port to be changed. to : and many'business men, industrialists (a) : ;_*'totirp.1r 3OOO0)

.had* lots, 100 x 40t'loeatedon YOU HAVE a drinking problem 1 Clerk of Circuit Court 'of ( copy of the complaint filed hereinis HAWK. I Ii educators :
among ,
Nassau County. Florida attached: to the ccpy of this notice THOMAS G. HALL I Surplus' : 500,09
Amtlia Road one quarter write Alcoholic* Anonymous. 4t 13. 10. .7. 24 which is mailed to each defendant for Deputy Collector o( Customs in whom are my felloW' Counci. : ,

nile tfrom 5 Poirtal Phone 2GU ; Box 338 city.'' EL-G.nO I whom a residence more specific thanI I Charge Port of. Fernandina I I.members are equally! aware of Undivided profits '. --: .. 122,7011;
a state ciiounty was given in the 1-eacu
5121; 4 tie: tie 'PttBtdG NOUCE* I| sworn statement filed heiein by the 13._10:,17. 24 this need. They can be stymied Re.ser\ (and ,etirel1e1.tf! account for preferred' ::
I I _
IN TilE JUVENILE COURT IV AND ', ,plaintiff his agent or attorney.) in their efforts to buiid'an expanding '-
TWO NEW: URICK 'three Jwdi i II I- FOR NASSAU COUNTY STATE ft in :*. 31, %-i I PUBLIC NOTICE: i iI 'i I and thriving future unless stock) 72,61
den bath homes
l'/3 150
roon i OF FLORID -
foot :O with I HELP WANTEb I\ tIlE; INTEREST OF, NOTICE TO CREDITORS they have ihe wbole-Tiearted: CAPITAL '
frontage. $l1,9 $500FIIAor TOTAL ACCOUNTS
i _.. SALtY **.1."k Male. Child I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I FLORIDA STATUTES support of all' thl citizens of th fltat
'IlbuSE WOMAN WITH CAR to call regularly I I 1 IDA. LV PRO lUTE.
"' If become instilled with
we can
TWO BEDROOM 5fts PLACLN'C AGENCY FOR WJliSEQUENT pursuant to a Firrol: Decree of Foreclosure 1 In /e; EsUte cfI ,ACCOUNTS' 7,307,73
.frea $4100: with $800 dawn, each month on establish ADOPTION entered in cause: numbered i I JOUV MILLER, Deceased:
ed Studio i Girl Cosmetics clients (39.Uth) I 2SX. in Ite Circuit Court of Nassau T.{\11 Crtditir* and PmMS ll\\ii( .
_Ir $39 month. THE STATE VOF n..oRtD.TO: County. }Florida I will sell the property Claims or Demands Ata&U Said Es- -MEJOttANDmi!
: 1tf' in _And"4round' Fenuaduja WHOM IT MAY-CONCERN: : I situated in Nassau County, Florida !' Ute. ,
Beach deliveries You hereby notified that a petition described as: I 1 & :;
making necessary are You and each of you are hereby notified : Assets pledged or assigned to secare liabJlij
a 4 nEDROOMS, 2 BAThS built filed fri the N. -
under oath has been Start at the E. corner go South and required to _present any i .
I in lange. oven, refribrCr tor. etc. 3 or 4 hours per day. above styled Court for the permanent 'I 240 feet for Point of Beginning: claims and demands whjch you. or ties and fcr other purposes 2,185,003!
500 ,down Route will pay up to $5.00 per t commitment of Baby "X", a white Thence go West 50 feet thence enter of >ou. may have, against the I j i ,
$ $104 month. male child whose true name is unknown South 100 feet; thence East 50 fclite of John Uiller. deceased, late
hour. Write STUDIO GIRL I
e 'f.r I born on or about the 30th. dayof feet; thet.ce North 100 feet to the of ,said County U the CpuJ.y Judge I I, James N. :Melton, Cashier, of the abdve-named Bf&k
0\VNFJJ COSMETICS Dept. 75931,t December 196!. found on January f Point of Itegiruung Iteing a part Florida his of.
) oassau, County at ;
_ ___J WILL SACRIFICE 2 I I I | db hereby declare that this of eondijion U
Glendale! CaR! JI7c 2nd. 1.9 3 abaClooHi an Automobile I of the South half of tract I and 2 Get in the murt house << said Coun-i j I report true and
apt Ikouse $7500 $500 down; parked, in the parkin*, area ia front rlI I'.Ioct 2. Section 3:!. Tow nship 2 ::Y :at Fernandina Peach flonda. with- i I '
: { correct to cf kntJMcl1g nnd felief. '
approximately month. \ I tie "Plajbill Cocktail Bar andbAinge" I' North Range 23 East Nassau I! in cue calendar months from the time !, my

.:. $70 WHITE fJWY'to: live in and located approximately threeI : County. Florida as per Plat Jed I'I'I ttt the first publication c(. ttwwttfe i I ,t "" ....----"....*- .*** -' ''' "
t. '* -tr I tS) miles south of CaQahaa Ilorida..I I of Record at County Seat Fernan- I Each claim or demand shall be in (S) James N. MelfonWe
$400 APPROXIMATELY $70 for three small children for on U. S. highway No 1. to a UcenedQuid dua. Nassau County Florida. I 1 wTiting. and shall state the place of .
| : and board. Phone 261- Placing, Agency for subsequent at public sale. to the highest and best residence and post office address of I
mondi buys :3 bedroom house I I adoption., atL1t you &re hereby com- I bidder for cash at the main entrance I I the, claimant and shall be sworn tq the undersigned directors attest the correetness of
with floors 4464. tie married to'be'and appear to the above of the Nassau County Courthouse in by. the claimant, his agent, or attar-
chain link fence of condition and
Joak thirepcrt :'that been
1 declare it 'has f
,. inminal -
court at the county courthouse. Fer lernaodma Beac Florida. during the 'o sej and any such claim or demand I
connected to sewer. nandina Beach: Florida at 2:00 P.M. I legal hours cf sale oa the 4th day of got so filed shall be void. w [ by us and to the best if ouT knowledge and MidIS
John T. Fmrira & Son o'clock on the 21st day of February, February. W63. TIMOTHY 11MMONS I \
A.D. 1963. and to show cause why (Court Seal) As administrator of the Estate of true and correct. ._
gfli Atlantic Are. phone 261-5571 it Pays ToTieAttHome saul Petition should not be granted. t -S. D. O. OXLEY JOHN MILLER deceased AFTEJ
Witness my hand as the Judge of CLERK CIRCUIT COURT THOMAS G. HALL '
i said Court and the seal thereof. this BARKET & ) John T. $ *
Q iYAIli- LIVE or dressed $1.25 Dy STELOUEANNIS Attorney for Adnunwtratcr ((3) ?rrara ,-.
16th. day oaf January. A-D. 1963. 804 Lynch Building 11, North Fourth Street.
- q ,.: lQ tot pore .for less,. 2 ,J..1'e.tUlif.d J&ovthe2.4fIQtida.Attorneys : 1..maftdjni"1 norid-3 '. ...... .BURC. '{sFeri) :
261. Judge for Plaintiff First publication January 17th. 1- WHIT rona COKTKT
_ rhone 285. tie 4t .., U7, 24. 21. 27 It .
) ,.. 147 4t ; \17, 1&. Sl.7 -- : -- (s) H E. Phinney Directors

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:rage sixteen -' .""Tews-Xea'der' r, Fefljwutalteach: ,"Florida Thursday, January 17, 1963 .
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HAii of the United Stated have 1 A lighthouse operated by the l.
; '
4 larger land area but Florida i is I U. S. Coast Guard, is situated in Church r ; !
the second largest state east ofjlie Anclote Key State Park near Tar-
Mississippi River, I pon Springs. .
Services I\;a.,. t. I
Two. states have more inland I The famous shell collection of :
water than Florida: Texas with St. Clare Whitman is housed ir. I vj
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4499 and Alaska with 15,335 .the museum at the Cedar Key FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I-
square miles Historic Memorial.SALE Rev. J, T. Dunnam Pastor wKa4 $
Worship Services: 8:#n A V
11:00 A.M. V&1vilR k'
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. ; __
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iU 'ri7er Service __. Wednesday -.k: .:
7:30 P.M 7
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429 South 6th Street _
Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor
.uday Set) 'vices:
o:00 A. 1. ._....._ Sunday School
I .1:00 A.M. __ Morning Worsh ..x 3 a I,
ALL 1962 APPLIANCES! !i o:30 pjn. _......_......_ B.T.U
I i,I .7:00: P.M. Men's Prayer Service:

NOW IN STOCK I'Tuesday SO p.m.Evening: Worship I JOHN tt. HIGGlNliOliiAMj of Billiard, i* shown being sworn in as a new member

i i:00: p.m. -.....--.. Visitation of the Nassau County Commission by Clerk of the Circuit Court Dean Oxley last week.
I left to Higginbotha Scussell who renamed roadsuperintendent
I Standing right, Oxley i Angelo: was I
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Thos. J. Shave, Jr., renamed attorney for the board. Seated, left to I i
20% Off I CHURCH right, Commissioners W. N.':Galphin! Harry Poole, renamed chairman, Herb McKen- II I
Amelia City Near Intersection t dree and Jim Thomas, named vice chairmin.
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!AM a.m. Morning Service I CHURCH I CHUKCB CHURCH 4
PLus a:00 a.m. Sunday School Amelia Road Phone 251-3187 -
Rev. Lojd Chambers, Pastor J 8:50: a.m. Holy Communion Worship Services. ; 8:30 A.M.
ST. PETER CLAVER'S Sunday School .............._ 10 ajrf. Morning Prayer 11:00 A. M.
CHURCH Morning Worship ..._....... 11 a.m. I\ Sunday School &:45 A.M .MELT AWAY INTER WITH
Sunday Mass __ 1st 3rd, 5th Evening Worship ................ 7 p.nu MEMORIAL METHODIST Youth Meetings ............ 6:00 P.M. 'd '" __
RANGES WATER HEATERS Sunday 7:30 a.m. Wednesday Service ..._... 7 p.m. CHURCH :
HEATERS DRYERS Sunday Mass -...._....- 2nd, 4th I John L Jones pastor NORTH 14th STREET
Sunday 11:30 a.m, 10:00 a.m. Sunday School BAPTIST CHURCH .
& ft & FERNANDINA BEACH. CHURCH 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor
ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC OF CHRIST :6:15: p.m. MYF Supper & Programs- 9:45 a.m. __... Sunday School s _
SUBURBAN PROPANE CHURCH Hubert Gibson Minister I 11:00: a.m. _..> Morning Worship .
Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th Bible Study ....._ 10:00 A.M. I 7:30 p.m. --L- Evening Worship i 7:00.p.m. __.?. B.T.U BURNEROIL \;
Sunday __. 7:30 a.m. Worship Service 11OC A.M.'' & 8:00 p.m. _.... Evening Worshij. ,
GAS SERVICE Sunday Mass ......__._ 1st, 3rd Evening Service ................ 7 p.m. FIVE POINTS BAPTIST 7:30 Mid-Week Service ,. ,
5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. CHURCH Wednesday .
Daily .+:,__ 8 a.m. 6 J. W. Keen Pastor 6 6 "Warms a/mos' like 1 Summer"
7 South 7th Street Phone 261-3661 Saturday Convent Chapel ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL. 9:45: a.m.- :Sunday: School CHURCH OF GOD J
6:30 Communion in-Convent CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-.... Morning Worship At Fire Points ,
6:30 P.M. Young People's Neil L Gray Rector 5:30: p.m. Training Union Carl Gold Pastor Flood your home with "sunshine" warmth
Meeting. ", 7:30 a.m. ........ Holy Communion 1:30 p.m. Evening Worship I Phone 261.5538 at the first hint Winter.. Let us fill your
.---- .. Choral Eucharist 1:3r i ____
lit 10.00 a.m. Wednesday prayer service Sunday School 10 a.m .
11:15 a.m. Church School Classen p.m. .. Morning Worship __.._ 11 a.m I tank now- and keep it filledtwith
Adult Bible Class Young Peoples Endeavor STANDARD BURNER OIL. Clean-firing.'
6 PINE GROVE BAPTIST 7 p.m. Sun dean
Safe the "
Economical. odorless -
}.M CHURCH( { Service _, 7:45 Sun"de
huh Cofla/uh/hns CHURCH Or GOD OF Evangelistic!: '\
: PROPHECYRev. Rev A. Z. Knight Pastor burning fuel that gives you maximum heat
: Sunday School .._._ 9:45 a.m. "' '
II. C. Drury Pastor Morning Worship 11 a.m At Home for your money.
10:00 _. Sunday School -
: a.m.
i- I.'iAes; 11:00 a.m. _._ Morning Service Training Eveping; Worship Union --7:00 8:00: p.m.p.m. Whatever type of oil-burner you have, you .

7:30 p.m. Evangelistic W.M.B.Service Wed. Night Prayer Dozier & Gay can depend on us for unfailing deliveries of '"

7:30 p.ra Wednesday V.LB. Young Wednesday Meeting: .- 8 p.m. SemiGlossEnamel STANDARD BURNER OIL when you need it. ,-' .

ID People 7:45 ......._._......... Prayer Meeting I
& $ 6 .
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Container Corporation of America Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD White or Colors '.
Rev. L. Marvin Johnson Pastor Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor
10:00 um. __ Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday School! $3.95 Gal.
11:00 a.m. __ !Morning Service 11:00 a.m. Worship! Service STAN DARD H. F. STONE JR. Agent
Y.PE. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services OlL ,
Ji/ew 8 O;L'tUt/ltn; 7:30 pr,.. .... ... Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service E-Z PIC "Our Business Is Serving You"
Prayer meeting Wednesday I Thursday mid week service 14TH & BEECH

7:30, p.m. 7:30: p.m. y ., .,. .
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Container Corporation of America ': TO ; ... c':. Tq-' ;..

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MNST aM. ... 1_ ; I. ., OF AMERICA -;

January 14, 1963 WI.
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i: : Mr. Robert E. Phinney, II

....." General Manager. .." '. -....- ON THEIR J.l; !f

-__'"i Container Corporation of America'i"_ '.err
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.-.. ..t Dear Bob: ', '' *' 25 ,YEARS '

:-' It has come to my attention that your firm has been operating in Fern
: andina Beach for a period of 25 years. This is eight years longer than ,
fr.is ..
-: .; I have been in business here. ..
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r .:. The employees of your firm have contributed so much to the succeSs oft :: of successful operation .

t my business that a letter to you i is called for at this time. >: -:
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: We have 278 customers who purchase their Automobile or Home Insurance ': :" '

;;.: from us at present. During the past 3 years, we< have built 27 I IN FER NAN DIN A BEACH .. 't. .
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; :. homes for Container employees valued at over $400,000. During the "-* ; .. .

: past 3 years, we have built or sold existing houses to your employees .

-;, : in approximately 65 separate sales, with a sales volume in excess of and best wishes ', 4'' IL

= .\ 1000000. This business of course is the backbone of my operation. .
;:, May I offer my appreciation for the cooperation of Container employees
:; : ': : ; in the past and my very best wishes to you and the company in the f For Success
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: :. future. I 'it" '
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-::..- -. ,. .1.jJr. '::itt. Cordially yours, :: ".,t' \

;7- ,. ,: Paid G.FGItavr /2L .- i ffft" 'j

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