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: May 30, 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
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00022
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Golden Crown Fiesta Set For June 6-7-8-9 See Calendar On Page of Nine: Events

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In Nassau County ernau lUnette And Advertising

Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase Merger or Succession The Florida News The East Floridian The Peninsula. The rernancuna Couner 'me Island City, FeraaiM'ia ooserver; Fernandina Express The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror The Nassau County Star The News. The Fernandina Record
Fernandma. News-Record,'Nassau County Leader The Outlook. The Florida-Georgia News. The lernandina News. The Buccaneer .
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I :J; ilsll'lamJIII1' "0.tJ <, I II I 92 Seniors To Re+ceive Diplomas Tonight

I Exercises I Will I 1' ..:., ,. .. ,. ,
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II II I I 85 Already Entered Be Held .Outsidej j i :':'t,.

Congratulations, seniors, and '
best wishes for success in your I ;.

chosen endeavors. Congrats, also, At City I Ball PorkNinetytwo : : d
the school for their .
to personnel A ..,... :
work in turning out this fine < ., .
group of graduates. In Golf Tournament graduates of the j
Senior Beach Class 6f ,1963, Fernandina T5 t.
All roads will lead to Fernan High School, will receive
din Beach next week for the ) diplomas tonight in Commence-

Golden Crown Fiesta and the At press time 85 golfers were Pro Ed Mattson '.announced today ment Exercises at the 'City Ball

I I $5,000 Invitational Golf Tournament i signed up for the second annual that the pro field already includes Park. ; ag ,
Advance information points Fernandin] Beach $5,000 Invita- many of the top golfers in Exercises are being held out- '
to a big weekend and lots of visI! I tional Golf Tournament, insuringa the Southeast with such stars as: doors for the first time to pro-
itors. Greet them with a smile and j full field for the event and the Pete Cooper, last year's winner, vide ample ,seating facilities so I at
make them so at home that they prospect] of having to limit the I Don Bisplinghoff, Norrie Wright, that friends and relatives of the i :
will return again and again. i number of entries. Henry Castillo, J. C. Goosie, Skip !' graduates may attend. In the ,
-- Alexander and others expected to event of inclement weather, the j
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You won't find a better buy compete again for the top moneyof graduation will! be held at the j .5 s x C. J k ? F b L '
Tickets to the golf tourney here E. J. Johnson Jr. !j $1,000. I Municipal Auditorium. 9 .5

n xt'wcck, that is. In addition to \'a5co_ Landrum and Chuck The FBHS Band, under the direction -

!seeing many of the Southeast'stop ( Reelection I Brasington, former assistants hereto of Jonathan Hill, will provide -
professional and amateur Seeking, I Mattson who now have their I[ the martial music for the

golfers you get two added bon- own courses in Georgia, will be Processional and Recessional.
uses. Possession of a ticket en- To City Commission here and local fans will again be ; James Kelly Freeman, II, president
titles you to attend the free fish pulling for them to finish well up of the Senior Class, will give
fry at the golf course on Friday in the money.A I,the welcome address. u

evening and makes you eligible large number of top flight f The top five honor students

for' the drawing for a valuable Jacksonville amateurs will be each make an address from 4 twill I II THE 1963 GRADUATING CLASS OF FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL -' Front row, left to right, Lucy

Kangaroo golf bag. You can'tlose. of xT here, including Wally Mizell, Tommy f I the subject, "- And There Was Dyal, Toni Crosby, Julia McKendree, Judi Hitchcock, Joy McKendree, Mary Ann Dickens, Judy hear Melba Frances

.several Gets your sales today locations at one in the At Birdson, John Tucker and Light. Awarded the highest honor Durham, Linda Turner, Gail Duncan, Sharon Hall, Benjie Lyons, Katie Mae Sterling, Carolyn"Dunman, Glenda Morgan t
: Efi Frank Schroeder. for academic excellence is and Hilda Lot'ell. 2nd row, from left, Mrs Marjorie Childs, senior class sponsor, Kat'hy Walters, Sue Thompson
city Frank Matey, Times-Union golf Carol Schuett Valedictorian. I
writer and a familiar face in Miss Katie Mae Sterling, receiving Chris Hall, Elaine Smith, Jerri Robinson, Annette Jacobs, Marcia Hanson, Judy Parker, Linda Little, Linda Guest,

The Fiesta and the $5,000 Inv tourneys in this area, will com I the next highest honor, is Saluta- Sandra Brooks, Carol Gragg, Mary Ellen Harvey, Carol Cook and'Marguarite nhati an. :3rd row, from left, Brenda

vitational Golf Tournament will f pete as will Dr. Charles Hillyerof i:I: torian. Next in order of academic ,,( Beard, Sharon Gough, Ginny Markham, Shirley McKendree, Judy Campbell, Carol Schuett, Barbara Shelton, Jackie

get a big plug on the Midday, Jacksonville, United States ,, average is Miss Lucy Dyal, Carter, Carolyn Crews, Betty Jo Herbert, Patty Thornton, Judy Sheffield, Helen Mullis, Marcia Peacock Susan But
'show on Channel 4 next 1 ednes- Golf Association representative I I I (Continued on Page Six) ler and Susan Bailey. 4th row, from left, John Lovell, Jerry Greeson, Ralph Bennett, John Vonnoh, James n'lan .

day Larry Hartsfield has local arran 1 for the Jacksonville area. i j I Jr., Frank Lambright, Edward Ashe, Terry Peterson Tommy Hall, Jr., Jerry Right, Claton Tippins, John Bodin'e, Jr.,

rd.an interview with a of per-the Andy Anderson, 'outstanding i'! Robert Edens, Dow Dixon and Ken Simmons. 5th row, left to right, Jimmy Campbell, Dexter Rowland, Fred Panke> ,

sonality golfers and possibly who will one play in 6 PYP local golfer, has signed up to' Beloved Resident Ken Langford, Charles Courson, Don Brazell, J. K. Freeman, Lynn Joyner, Tommy Jones, Steve Thomas, John Stev.
name has
play as Jimmy Ewing, I i,I enson Charles Corbett, Bobby Douglass and Ken Nolan. Gth from left "
the tourney. a golfer who is on the University of iM row, Way ne Howell, Mr. Fred Cook, senior class
ok ,v j Georgia team. Both are expected I I M); Passes At Home 'sponsor, Benny Cook, Corky Blocker, Leroy Anderson, Jr., John Barniak John Crisp, Arthur Dunman, Jack Nelson,

Keep an open date for the evening to make a strong bid for amateur Ken Lawhorne, Bobby Jennings, Vennis Pipkin, Paul Boles, Buck Lee, Richard DeSandro and Larry Brewer.
of June 12. The Charlotte honors. Here On FridayMrs. *

Boys' Choir, outstanding North Other locals who have regis-

Carolina choral group, will appear ] i tered to date include Bob Gedeon,'
at. the Municipal Auditorium: r ..J. "u.'. another fineyoung golfer, 'Harry Laura Belle Jeffreys pass
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under the auspices of the Woman ''': ;. Poole, Tom Lannon, former city ed away 'i ddenJYf at; her home
Club and won't want .JJ here''last Friday .morning! ,
you (Continued o Page:: ;Three) .
to miss tMr-famed ensemble. Ste.ped" ",..8.f. Johnson Jn- has qualified .. ... .Mrs,'-.Jeffreys.:waa, born in Lou-
NeweTdcr(! for f'for; 're-er Uon-to'the City CoftV: .K !f. .
vetfc1'r isyiller Kentucky.; Aj Prn 1', 188
complete details The.. Choir will mission,..tox* go directly from Here to .an .engagement ] position he has occupied during ,,: t the early age of,7 where she had
at Cape Canaveral. the past 3 years. : since been known lovingly as

r, In making his formal announce- .' 'Belle". She had resided in the
Now that school i is almost over j janJLthtt ment Johnson said "It has been .i. ", same home for over 50 years.

Summer vacation period!!I my, pleasure to serve the community : .The deceased js survived by
is about to begin, it might be the i as one of their commissioners : t three daughters, Mrs. Laura Belle 1
opportune time for a '.flttle think.I since 1960. I have endeav i Holcombe and Mrs. Nan Holcombof
ing-on the safety ;of the many'ored on all matters to offer representation '! I Jacksonville and Mrs. Dorothy
kids who will be on which in opinion *. .
school-age my '
t.j Balogh of Fernandina Beach; one
the go. whether they be local would serve the interests of our ; \j, son, William 0. Jeffreys of Jack-

youngsters: or those of Georgia i people to best advantage, and am .: J. \\\\ sonville; a sister, Mrs. F.. L.
families vacationing here. Drivea naturally gratified that such actions it .r'(\: Youngblood of Fernandina Beach,
little slower in all areas of the as the' result of our recent .t ') four grandchildren and three
city _and especially at the beach II('! referendum on the Natural Gas l'i&;. 7't ,',J. t.grand hildren.
area and on Fletcher Avenue, '! issue reflect support from the'' : .. ,.r"'(. grea
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vhere they cross back and forth (Continued on Page. Six) I f4X' : ., were .
," 'f. 3 in Oxley Mortuary Chapel
all flay when out of school. 1 1Shipping ., '... <'\1\ '. p.m.
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Six :; "t'\. '.' with Rev. Ran Humphreys offi-
(Continued on Page ) Activity I ,. )/. :\a\ ; ., ciating. At the conclusion of the

: At Rayonier Docks I .7)J'' vfit.. .'.,.;. 3?'."'('': service, the "Lord's Prayer" was HONOR STUDENTS AND AWARD WINNERS AT CLASS NIGHT Top row, from left, Miss Carol Schuett, Miss(
Possession of Beer S. Jalaratnausha home- f:;"", : < 'W': ; sung by Morris Skipper of Jack- Katie Mae Sterling, Miss Lucy Dyal, James Rylant, Jr., Miss Judi Hitchcock, Donald Brazen and Dow Dixon. Bottom
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.: '., I sonville. row, from left Steve Thomas :Miss Chris Hall Ken Nolan Miss
Calcutta, India, arrived last ., :. Kathy Walters, Johhny Vonnoh, Miss Sharon Gough
port <. !
., v..:.,. r. ), Interment was in lovely Bos- and Venn Pipkin. See accompanying story for individual awards.
docks and I.
Stiff Fines Friday at Rayonier
Brings : ; ; que Bello Cemtery. i - -- -
: loaded 1500 tons of pulp bound | -- -- ---------
Pallbearers were Dr. Bailey ]
for the Far East. I Displaying all the charm' of the Dickens, Thomas Askins, Ira Hall I VisitorsActivity !i City Sets Election :
From County Judge Arriving Friday, tomorrow, will Homecoming I Ben Clarke Named
well-know "Georgia peach, ., John Ferreira, Louis Ferreira, and' On Increase At j For 1 16th of
Grass State to'' July
be the S. S. Blue Miss Linda Guy of Folkston, Raymond Ketchum. i i

Judge J. E. (Gene) Weather-' load approximately 650 tons, also | Ga will vie for the title of Honorary pallbearers were Thos.J. Fort Clinch Park St. Peter's Sunday Clayton Sanders, President Elect
; acting city
let it be known bound for the Far East.
ford continued j "Miss Golden Crown Fiesta" in Shave, Jr., Jimmie Brown, Ben
manager today that the
that he would not tolerate either I Re-scheduled from arrival Wed- the annual event to be staged Sorensen, George Hitchcock, Morris Visitors at Fort Clinch State
the sale of beer to minors or I i I, ncsday, will be the S. S. Chun Lee i i here June 6789. Skipper, William Russell, ,, Park last Sunday numbered 971, 1 105th Anniversary city July election 16. is set for Tuesday, j Of Hospital CouncilBen
\ possession by a minor of alcoholic'beverages now due to arrive Monday to load Miss Guy's statistics, 36-2136 George Davis, Marcell Kelly, Bill ; ]bringing the week's total to 2,752, i

: with the recent sentencing j I! 650 tons for the Far East. I make mighty interesting cheesecake Melton, Leonard Long* and J. C. : j according to Gil Becker, park j'] St Peter's Episcopal' Church Smith In group has Two qualified, incumbent for reelection E. J.. Clarke, administrator of

of three in such cases. I The barge, "Bertie", will arrive reading. Bennett I i superintendent. will celebrate its 105th anniver Humphreys Memorial
and Hospital,
Dolphus: Newsome, Jr., 18, Marion Saturday to transport 1,000 tong i' She is being sponsored by the Mrs. Jeffreys will be greatly Of the total number, 2,321 were sary Sunday, June 2, with the an- son, Jr., incumbent has E. J.for John.his I has been elected to the office of
McCoy, 17, and Gerald Doling of pulp to Carney's Point, N. J. Folkston Lions.. missed in this community. day visitors, 408 were _campers, ; nual Homecoming luncheon on the present qualified President Elect of the Northeast
all Negro youths of Jckbonville - --- -- and 23 post.
17, ,, 'guests, a ,Brownie Troop church grounds, following Choral Florida Hospital Council, it was
were fined $250 or 90 .= ;;:'\ J ", \ :y.t,. .. from Callahan, were registeredat :
\' "1\ ', ." '" ,. at the 10 o'clock ser- announced by William M. Hub-
days: for possession of alcoholic : ,). r'i.; : ... : Jetty Lodge. J I vice.St Dr. Hale SmithTo bard, secretary-treasurer of the
beverages. ',. ::. The year's total as of Sunday Peter's was established on Council
The case against Mrs. Stratton, stood at 136,916, with 101,758 day June 14, 1858 and held its first The Northeast Florida HospitalCouncil
charged with selling beer to minors [to. \. a visitors, 32,377 campers and 2781 service in Tiamanus Hall which Report On
will be heard Friday at 9 a.m. Lodge guests. I is composed of twenty-
was located where Dixieland Storeis
four member
by Judge Weatherford. Girl Scout Troop 88 of Calla now standing. The present Fort Excavation I located in the hospital geographical. They area are

han will be guests at the Lodge. church building came later, built extending from Fernandina Beachto
BI Baptist Church this weekend and the annual in 1884.
Daytona Beach
on the Sooth
Sets HomecomingAnd Graduation Dance will be held, Whitsunday of Pentecost, being : Dr. Bale Smith, well known [ and to Live Oak on the West
there tonight archaeologist from Florida State i,
the birthday of the Christian Officers for the
1 63-64 fiscal
Dinner Sunday a University, will be the speaker at
Church, was selected as the time the June I' year will be installed at the annual -
**.En' meeting Monday night,
Bibl Baptist Church, 429 South i Merchants To Ask I for the local celebration, a custom 3, of the General Duncan L. Clinch < meeting in the Atlantic
Gth St, will obsene its annual M that has been followed for sever- Historical Society of Amelia Island Beach Hotel, July 17

Homecoming on Sunday, June 2. 'I al years. The meeting will begin at'i
For One-Hour r
This will also be the climax of a Invitations have been mailed to 8:00: p.m. at the Recreation Cen- Former Resident,
Sunday School Campaign, "Vic a 4'aN r all former communicants of the
1 Edward
tory in Jesus," which began six Parking Limits I j parish who have moved away. ter.Dr.. Smith's talk will be given 0. Davis,

weeks ago. Fach year a large number return on the progress of the current uncovering Dies I In NorfolkEdward
A 'basket dinner will be servedat ;for the fellowship, renewal of
j of the remains of Old
Meeting Tuesday i in regular
1 Pm.There j (Continued on Page Six) Fort San Carlos. Smith and his O'Brien Davw, Sr.,-5t,
at the i
will be guest speakers session Chamber of Commerce brother of George T. Davis .of
archaeology students from F.S.U.are .
each service during the day, office, directors of the t 1. this city, patted lat week
for away
the of
School Board To in process finding outsstematit'al1y
,Rev. Charles Couey of Cocoa will Merchants Association moved to t the historical in Norfolk, Va. Funeral was held
deliver the 11 a.m sermon and seek a curb on prolonged parking-I 1 Meet Week Early i signifance of complete the old fort.- at Christ The King Catholic
of States- in downtown areas. i Church with
Rev Tommy *and from all reports have donean following
boro, Ga. will bring the messageat The directors after noting'that i I John T. Veu>ucj, San -rlatfml-! outstanding job. in St. Marys Cemetery Norfolk.
7:30: p.m. There will be other some have taken advantage of ent of Public Instruction, announced The son AVilham J, and Lucy
the afternoon the removal of parking this week thit the After his talk, Smith will Starbuck
speakers during e w meters by regc&r Davis, be was a nativeof
service which begins at 2:30: p.m. leaving their car on the street for I I: meeting of the School'Board< entertain questions from the audience i Feraaadina Beach but had

The Williams Brothers Quartet long periods, are asking that a gill not be held on June 12,. the concerning the venture. E; lived in Norfolk for 26 years.
cf Jacksonville will present a 1-hour limit be' set and enforced. fIn regular meeting date but boll There will be a reception im ; In addition to hk brother here

program of special muse: at the other business the group been scheduled a w ek early, for mediately fallowing Refreshments he u nnnved by his widow, Mns.
;' June 5.The wilt be served and there will be a Mollie Weston
service. discussed the
upcoming Davis
afternoon and j I two sons,
RAUSCHERT left resident of Rayonier Incorporated, offers his
Rev. John O'Neil, pastor, extends BRYAN manager golf tournament Interstate Route meeting will be held wily, display of the articles that have I Edward 0. Dam, Jr. and James
invitation congratulations and a certificate to Paul Freeman Molt, Callahan High School senior, been found, many which date back W.
the Davis all
a cordial to ;; 95 and proposed St Mary's according to Weisner; so that the I! of Norfolk; two
everyone to attend all tW services recipient of the eighth scholarship given in Nassau County by Rayonier. At right 'bridge. week of June 10 will be med to 200 hundred or more years. sisters, Mrs. T. V. Sanderlin of

and dinner, for a full day of I is Robert''' Johnson, principal of Callahan High School (See story in this Issue giving Ii IiI 'I' The meeting was conducted: by recruit teachers at the beginning The general public h urged to I Norfolk and Mn. T. M. Arrow.

fellowship, -- --. I complete details of the Jcholarihip). President Burns Bailty, J of.the viricrji pummtr schools 1 attend faith of Lon? Buch Cali. .
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P ake Two News-Leader, Fernandma Beach, Florida! Thursday, May '30, 19G3I S "All who shall l1r@lfterl1\'e !n mbrfe! to those v&o feiriightlng! ter 'a few moments itaaaine trasi S MARINA TO iii :
freedom will be here,reminded c if'I' in the area. .% 5. I and passed under a rough little LOG ILm.E.S : ;

S t their deathless! debt to the! '"tHes'Unknowns e : On both sides of the road' the shed. There,. she wrote her name ... EDiToR:;;:
and all. their Warfio pockmarks I of the Great ScourgeS I in a book which! was chained to i .,
Memorial Beyond Verdun comrades." stretched everywhere. The earth ::a table. Then she motioned for I I b Mar 27, 't9t! '"

"In the light we shall remember seemed:: to be festering, and it was S me to come, and she told me to I : Editor .

ana in the darkness :we sha1!tl almost treeless except tor gaunt register. ,After my name, address I FernandmjCBeach News WUt:.:
not forget! S S trunks and hideous stumps. Ten: }and, date, I printed a large YD. i. I "Business as usual" for' the

By ing her from the corner of m;;V with the flag for wWch her son On this Decoration Day, '$1 fp l o f circa, shell holes, old dougouts;,'She IdoVed at this turiously. I j i.j i.t t Nassau Cddrfty CoMmi !ion means

T. HOWAKO KELLY eyes, I sensed she harbored som 6 had given his 'life. S our 'Other hero dead who j slee]p barbed wire and the blasted foundations -. Explained that 1 had fo'ughtin the I ... _--J.:!::. adequate money for county roads
Author of KVhil Quail Boddy?" poignant yet 'exalting -secret, Bn Unknown I looked for fear wouli 'h-olher feelings could J b.dnses a1JOc i "The Soldier" "I 11 away she J no longer 'bear those who knew and, lcve Qo Doughboy Agam" -, "Lovers see that I had penetrated he,r she keep her secret her be- them best, will not te forgqtten. S awesome spectacle, but I was glad ,what happened next.Madarae's I am ritieal of this policy oe-
Island'1 "Hunted Lovers" "Un- thoughts. raved mother's hope which I knew They too, will be affectionate!]r5 that the Verdun_ battlefileds had ej-es filled with tears. Boats docking at the new City cause of the ess ntial partthatpast '
til Reveille From On High" etc,. SlMl'HONY OF SADNESS must also be burning in the hearts remembered with flowers, f>fay,: been left a tragic reminder of Kneeling in'the! mud, she impulsively Marina during the week of May county commissioners "hdVft

efr, IEditor' S As I gazed around at thd hash,- of many watching Gold Star ers, taps and rifle volleys, all th.ai j p l!: war's follies especially as kished my hand and thanked 24.were ,as follows, with the name played in CAUSING the scbe ..fnance .

( note: The following ed stands and stilled street, '11*,. Mothers, ahd others praying frontI we the living can do for our 'deal. .j S' their former .inhabitants could me and my YD comrades for of the boat, the owner's address, plofcten, By refusing" to .
artirh; by T. 1{ wai'd Kelly, wellknbwh gan thinking oT'lhe story I woulc I a ar. Leading forward, she held dead. .5. I not bear to return and redaim'I helping Frafct." Rising, shesaid: the owner and length of .boat list furnish adequate tools --and labor1

_ and prolific writer, i is especially soon write about this niemorabU> her arms toward the rumbling But what ,about .their 30,00 I:their devastated homes. "Monsieur, I brought my flow ed in that sequence: for the job they have suceeded in

timely this week with eVent, and perhaps, someday', caisson. World War I brothers we t left l J'4 In all that lonely, lamenting! ers for my husband and his com Linda Lee III, New York, .I.Leutory delaying a complete revaliwt6n! '
ftorial Day following on theXevsLeadei's I i I about my buddy's little Gold Star "My my boy!" she ,,'his slumbering Over There becaUse,, land we did hot pass one numan rades. Bat : Since you fought here, 67 feet / until the ,last possible moWn
regular press day.i' Mother. Then it came to me that, ered. S their next of kin understandably being or animal until about 500 some of your 'own comrades must Souris III, Boston, Mass., Mrs. This delay has probably '""saved
The author is a Fernandma Beach surely the spirit of the Unknown She did not see the President of felt that their battle dead would yards beyond Beaumont's ruins. be sleeping nearby. 1 will give M. McCusker, C8 feet ?,. county property owners at' leasta

native to'ho has achieved Came in Soldier must be looking down at her country and General peresh- wish to remain in the soil of'their ,Squashing along in the muddy some of my flowers for.their Panacea, Annapolis, Maryland, half million dollars in school
the' writing; field. He still maintains j us from his post up yonder oh ing following the caisson afoot supreme sacrifice? : mite of the road was a 'woman graves because they are like my Weiss Motor Co., CO Mt taxes during the past few' years.
his home, Kel's Isle, on the those eternal far above on its slow to Arlington. dressed: like widow. She I( '
: ramparts way ; When we left them in our overseas S ,a carrie4 own ,too. Borcana Lady, Montork, N. Y., !,, At the same time it has guaran-
ocean here and when he can break and beyond the stars; and listening She did not" behold other dignitaries cemeteries, we ,raised Old a large basket filled with flow. TOO DEEPLY TOUCHED R.5' Swanson, 45 feet teed I think, an i ineffective 'ethlio'"
away from a busy Chicago ched.le tooor beloved earthly of her land and far countriesin Glory over them with the solemn ers. Madame: was about fifty, with I was too deeply touched to answer ; cation during that time for the '
ft his time there. 1 the Nor did she dark and J Trienin 1Northea3t Maryland I ,
spends sounds our promise of requiem procession. seea pledge that the flag would guard kindly eyes a wistful S immediately. last I thank. majority of the four thousand
am :Hooking I forward to the day mending for him-and all our war pale, sick man Woodrow I them until Eternity begins on air. Her cheap coat was soaked, ed her, arid explained: that mj: ., Fred W. Marklin, 35 feet I more schoa!l children fn Nassau
when he decides to remake Fer. dead; blowing bugles and beating Wilson riding along in the Earth. We told them their graveswere and she looked pinched and cold comrades slept close by in the,, Tar Baby, Southport W. C County.
nana Beach his permanent Irums; prayers, rifle rafales and only horse-drawn vehicle that ) inviolable American ground, by the penetrating 'dampness. 1 consecrated, acres of Romagne S I Null, 46 feet Because of the part thaf'Nav .
home..so that our chats may be. the haunting strains of Taps. bore a living. man. For she had ,: ordered Armand, ray taxi driver, 'p Marlin II, Rehoboth, Delaware,
in Commissioners'
'I\flI..fl1ArA y.............y.", ..*."."..'t...,,,..,..,.,,.i...,\ I As I sat there with my lost fainted. J never and would to be always trespassed remain or desecrated so-, to stop, and I insisted that ,Madame ,: our France.largest A.E.F. cemetery ,I 1F. Pleasantan, 31 feet cept sau County Harry'.Poole and Jim Tho--

buddy's mother feeling .if she ride with me.MADAME'S ; El Pronto, Palm Beach, Florida,
as Aided by a motorcycle policeman
hat I
Tfte Great Hour of our Un- S by an enemy. I ""Take these flowers to them, mas) have had in causing (
,vri almpsi rot. 6"wtv. both*,of usa , I 'sped to her hotel where MISSION Lacy Corp., 39 feet situation
\VaH '' think is hopeless teftchfocr -
knoW Soldier of World But in 1939 Hitler, burningI please, she said, putting most of a
: Skeezix III New York Thomas
rider strong emotional spefl slip confessed she could not "You ban a" distance j { ,
go come long the school board shouldnot
strikes once again today in 'ArlingtSg I with his mad evil dream pf World her flowers in the taxi. "I will i ,
M.. Miller 35 feet
has 'be first strain's: of music: herali-- ."en,to the burial services, and ask- 1 madame ?" I: asked in my best I And if hesitate to temporarily i inconvenience -
Cemetery just as i it unleashed World War'II. for them, Monsieur, ,
Unknown I 1: supremacy pray I Pacer, Lower Bank, New Jersey
.d the corning of the ed 'we to take her flowers to the A.E.F. French. S the
stru : >> County Commission,
k on every Memorial Day After the Nazis crushed j you will visit ,Romagne again to- S C. P. Leek and Sons Inc. 3:
: 4,1die.} th ., music was, 'Chopin's: Unknown's tomb in Arlington. "Oui, monsfeur. Three h, ndredkiIometres' by asking them to collect extra
slnerXovember 11, 1P2I. 'I Belgium! and France in that terrible I morrow, you will see that manyof j
Funeral t larch a sj'mp"h6ny of.Leaving her in the care of a niaid, by many different lost feetMiss county millage in the eitie's' for1
On that deathless of 1943 our cemeteries our" French' people! who
Armistice summer Belmar New Jersey
j sadness, seeming to 'speak- 'the t toOk her flowers and drove to ttains, *hd 'I' must go home"' to- Bilkay, city use in order to give the
Day, the spared, entombedhim / in those lamenting lands, S dear'' ones -in la guerre think of
we 42 feet
Bilkay Trucking,
"heart of our Nation in grief.A Arlington '. My buddy's mother night. I could not afford the automobile S schools an extra $100,000 for' one
sacred of all fell into the hands of the ruthless brave dead! as our very own.
as a symbol our silence fell over your i Striper, Cutty Hunk Mass.
reverential died! a Jew rears later, sharing !,i at Verdun, so I walked S
soldier slain under the And like the living of You will find others shar- year.
inspired I crowded stands fend conquerors. many Merritt, 37 feetVoyageur
the cars as only with'me to the very end her twelve kilometres in rain this
inscription, "Here rests in honored ; the vanquished countries, our'j ''ing their All Souls Day flowers Pompano Beach The tax assessor has stated
lhe dirge drifted Up, the avenue. J belief that the Unknown Soldier morning. You are most kind to'. _
gloryan American soldier known heroes became prisoners even in and their with your com Hiblicly that he intends to com-
'than i prayers Florida, Walt Groendyke, 41 fee
When the ,band was a was her own. boy. ;j this poor woman, monsieur, she .
but to God." And on that ground )lock away the' music' died (down! THE .UNKNOWN WAS LONELY'i i death. No one seems to really answered. rades. Many of us'have not for. Heathermar, Bal Harbor, For nlete a ge- t'ral.ft'Vlluation. program
hallowed by his dust solemn know if their were ever S gotten, monsieur, that they saved next year regardless of
we in tiblime stead ( graves ida, J. M. Mardis, 40 feet
:ind there was' its < I. have revisited Arlington sev1eral I wanted to ask about the flow
ly pledged him, and his fallen ', desecrated. But they were left untended our babies and our homes, 'and Seminole, Grant, Florida, Da what else happens and he told me
only the measured tadjo'ce.vi. times since World War II ji ers but did not wish t'o be too in- I
I I tra'k
comrades of all our wars, meino'r"ial and their flags came down. our la belle France, she said. 2 feet that the realtocation of race
Hero Dead.I : Pinching, ?
for the
bums healing : and the ,Korean War ended. Each quisitive. A few; moments later
until reveille from High The sinister shadow of the savage for' Fointe Michigan money would not affect his di1iaion. -
on I small I told her we would wait Onik-A, Grosse ,
stole a glance at my time the feeling came to me that she said she' was on the way tothe stated
a pledge we renew this day. I Companion and beneath. the gold 'the Unknown of my war was I i Swastika darkened the white little graveyard surrounding I her. But she shook her bead and Benson Ford, 63; feet Harry Poole commission has i
Early on that long-ago Armistice itar, badge on her black dress I lonely in His long sleep of simple ness of their Christly crosses. And Colonel Driant ,and his poilus. lIe whispered something to Armand. Hazel Anne Fernandma Beacl1 hat the count/ > mminious -
si t
'morning, I drove a grey-hair, 'ould 'almost See and hear her splendor! ,and wished to share His : they twisted tortuously in their and his entire battalion had, been "She thanks you, monsieur. But Florida, Franklin Jones! 25 feet in its deeuion to as the i
ed little Gold Star mother. dressed heart take up ,the muffled ,tatoo 'glory with nameless soldiers of bondage, robbed of their piomised :killed north of Beaumont in' 1916, she has cornea long way, and will 'Estrellita, Stuart, Florida, Pei he tn ai'lasar completing
in her old-fashioned mo'urnin j' requiem, until liberated by the spend the day here in prayer and I Stevens, 45 f et' ieral revaluation next year.
>f tho e drums. Her ,throat seem- these later wars. If this was so, 'refusing to let the enemy pass. ry "
black dress and bit, to the place d to tighten, her lips worked un- :His wordless wish has come true. bright bayonets of our World War t "My husband, a sergeant, is' thought. It is her custom," he told Sea Tiger, Boca Raton, Florida Does "rocking the boat" mean

on Pennsylvania Aunue in Washington 'ohtrollably and she began to ;For he no }longer sleeps alone but I JI troops. I I buried there, I bring him, and' his G. Tompkins: ,, 43 feet hat a mawrity of county com
that had been reserved foi remble as the procession *piroached. !shares Hi.s'arthly immortality MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES (comrades flowers as I have 'done ; me.We left,her in the cold and rain ,: Mada.Capa, Roslyn, New Toil lisskmers might withdraw the t'
her to watch the Unknown's funeral S I, i with the two other unidentified ,Since their liberation, they, and (very November 1, All Saints with her flowers 'and prayers, her T.; T. Pierce, 50 feet lancial support for the gcnerjeraluation
procession. Her son had been General Banholfi and his sol. ,t American! martyrs who passed upVashingtn's their fellow American dead of ]j Day, and every November 2 since memories, her faith and her death- Charmian II, Stanford, Conn ? If they did theft ac-
my best buddy before he was' kill. "win staff passed by.first. Second, : iJie Pennsylvania Ave-I World Wfr II who remain abroad, j the Armistice." | less dead.. Her words came beau. Lionel K. Levy, 70 feet ion would be directed against
ed in the Second Battle of the continue to be remembered and Little Foot, Mathews!!, Virginit 'our thousand school children!
S : drum corps beating' .the, fun-lj lue 'five years ago, no on I I fell silent before her proof, of' tlfully true the next day in Rom- '
Marne, and laid, unidentified, in 'ral l rhythm. ,The muted, band -j heir: part, to find safe sepulture honored by U. S. military ceremonies ]!ove and faith, thinking of how agne Cemetery where I saw many' Chester Hedgine, 25 feet William A. Childs -,
a 'nameless grave somewh r( 'rom Washington Barracks wa {reside> Him. I and sacred Memorial Day {;he had traveled so many miles on 'of her fellow French people sharing -,I Whisper II, Jacksonville, Floi -- -- -

northwest of Chateau Thierry text in line, 'followed tya: com-.; Today the somber, reverent services arranged by the American j hird-class: cars, and had then set ,their: flowers and prayers with1 ida, Jon D. Miller, 30 feet Fernrndinc Beach
For this reason, and also leeaust site ,foot regiment, (of) army' reg! j>S agentry, the muted music and Battle Monuments Commission ()ut in the cold, rain and mud with I IL our soldier slain. That experiencein i Patsy Jo.IC pe May, Ne NEWS LEADER.
I 'was a newspaper man coveringthe liars, blue jackets. ,marin.es: 'and ',r nuffjed drums of the Hero Dead : which administers our overt, big basket ,of flowers to pray I : itself is a consoling 'Jersey, Ed A. Magine, 86 feet 3686
: recollec.j" A 'i Strcrt Phone
ceremonies, I was privilege( >aticral gua"rds>men. I I'c om, again to 'our Capitol as the I :seas cemeteries, and by personaland z it the shrine of her heart.I 1 tion on this Memorial ; Poyhen III, Jupiter, Virgin! ill < -
to accompany her. Then came six black horses, i Jwo Nation honors Him and its otherwo 1 group pilgrimages. : helped her out when we reach-:'
She had ,just made a fatiguing : abreast drawing a' crepe- Unknown Sold'ers: ore About 400 of my own Twenty-! 'd the small ,burial plot. She walk-I i and how she shared her every Thursday and
overnight train trip and was quit< raped artillery caisson, as if they 'f rom the. broken sod of a World | !Sixth (Yankee) Division battle e d' to a grave and knelt in the ;Iriud. flowers and_ pra.vers'with, my bud- nlerod at the Pos Office, Fern-
tired and somewhat bewildered: iensed the preciousness ,of therr \Var II grave; the othEr from a i beside* being under great emotional nirden. f Korean battlefield. And once :Marne Cemetery near Belleau c ar, feeling like "an intruder ,Afi i member. them 'as long as:she lives. ;*iss mailS iratfT, "
stress after our breakfast A little sob shook) my buddy's a,gain in our country's Valhalla, i I're 1 Wood, France, (my closest bus- I. T ,7" .
talk about her son. But her fad nether ,as she tried to ,see the1: will! render all we can render :, ing blue' eyes were bright and asket which was hidden by the uall.bearers nto o'ur deathless dead honor, special sort of benediction,: on, '
bravely expectant as she sat dowt ., medal of honor soldg Taitude, reverence flowers, :Sunday, the 19th 6fvthis month, :
and arranged in her tiny lap thi 'ers from the ranks. But at last, \ JJ rayers, and words such as these: I benediction that comes as clpst : :
slightly drooping flowers she hat he caisson, hearse.of 'the soldiery "You have fought the good 1 1i to hometown honor as theyille .: ,
brought from home for some reason 'ead, came abreast of' us aA3 ve faw i igHt; you have finished then i I \er receive on' earth. This affectionate ,:

tor purpose of her own. Watch the Unknown's coffin 'draped c ourse, 'ouha\'e. : kept the faith.I,1 i 1 t remembrance came from ,
-. -- -. a group of my Divsion's'et! rP1n* I
I' who attended a Memorial Mass. on:j
May 19 i in the small Belleau! \7 I-
.. .. lace church wh'"ch our Diyjsion'

L : .. : .; : : 'j \ ,: '.:' rebuilt in 1929 as a tribute f ,JJt i;
.:< ; our lost buddies. i fjA ,:.
,. .: . .. As lone I as we observe and ,perpetuate -
the prime purpose of Memorial -
: Day, as long as keen Ijie t. -5- 1
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dead and
!! faith with our war c ,
1" I ry on in the spirit and action of !.' 4 a :i I i
":., -:- } I their patriotism, we ,can live' .)in, i S 4 S J 2; 5
good conscience. But if we personally

; and as a Nat'on ever,forget -;, jj

i| them and the real significance ; .
of this day, then surely we ;shall. _. _t %
I hear them cry out: 4-
I "Take up our quarrel with the "

L I foe; S 'TOTAL PERfORMANCE IS MORE THAU JUST GOING POWER 11'$ STAYING (jbouX ft'$ fri splend bnkme and KceleratiM displayed M (he Pure/ Od
S 5 S To you from falling hands weS POWER!Ifs the proven durability dvncnstrated 500 cwe'int! mrfes it Ciytena Fertamince*Trills.Its the ltd u xp demomttated u the Mobil [coy Run''! p
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.5 ; be yours to hold it I

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,.1.. S 5. 5 die Action is the big attraction

1I L We shall not sleep, though poppies -

I : I grow .
: j In Flanders field.] "
.. .. hand with today's
S I On the other
., 5* 3'$ : I cold war making peace strange :
5. 5' and uncertain, 'with the friendshipand atgourordflealerW

: /i confidence of former allies : ,
: strained by disputes over nuclear 'S ; "
: S weapons, the European market. "' .

t1; I Western military defense, problems I ". If you like action you'll really go for our new Fords! Ford took the first 5 places
I and other explosive .
S .5c1 .. .. : SI 'many Americansvonder if issut's'l the ;, In the, Daytona 5.00- America's toughest test o'f total performance This means .

... ? / ItI I, *everyday ronv!:es they French made people after keep both the j, Ford has the readability l the durability, the just plain action you want In your S

World Wars to treat as their own IS i own car. And right now we're even pricing 'em for fast action! Come in pday! ,
the' J
S S '5 S onr iren who died to save
S J [ French ground in which they '
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., :' ; ]'Several Through poienrnt the years I experiences have had !I Iu ON THIS NEW SUPER TORQUE FORD! '

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least ;
which that at some =
proved -- -
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I 4 ("UanufKturw't' **f"st d mil pnct for
I of the French remembered and i ij (_ S. ford Gilau 500 Sports Hardtop tfldudel
I I honor our war dead. One of these '5- 5 .*. $2i/fJr hcaitr-dcfroster, *M.wtO tires. Destination .
occured beyond I S $ charges, optional, equipment stat
J'" S consoling experiences tad local fuel,t any,titrt)
( Verdun. I returned to Francef
for the 'fourth time in 1957* to revisit -

my war haunts that mil SAVE! GET MIR FAST ACTION SPECIAL

\ h,. never pass from me, and to relive -I ___ __
: my own A.E.F. doughboy ad : L- =: ON THIS NEW MIDDLEWEIGHT FAIRLANE!

: The world tan be yours if you just teach for it! Oft S ventures. Learning that All Souls of I ,4 (Manufacturer! suggested. retail price for
Day (November 2)) is a sort tc : : $4i.ii. Fairlane SOO Hardtop Includes fitafir.d .
: this most important day in lives we French JTemoHal Day for 'dee aS. AS .(restcr, whitewall tint, DtstiMtfeAcharges .
your young S ed warriors as well as all the departed .- S lOW optional equipment, stale and
I decided to spend the 'occasion : AS fecal taies,if aay,eitra,)
extend our hearty congratulations and wish In the vicinity of valiant S

S Verdun wWe the grim little "poi- SAVE! GET MR FAST' ACTION SPECIAL
you a future filled with succ ss. lus in horizon blue once said

: i!i'"They S' : shall not pass," and kept i ON THIS KEW COMPACT FALCON!
their word. j -
i f!: It was misty and drizzling as }I II (Manufacturer'': suggested retail
drove 'from Verdun to Bras, fey! i> AS -. price for I i' kon> 2 Door Sedan ..-
$ elides he defroster
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oft I ( I local t: xes.if .
command in the final days : e uipmen le anc
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FernancEiRa Beach : .
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Bras the end of civilhalio, '
of the living world. JJeyondj i
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and St. Andre Farm, the ,: LASSERRE MOTOR COM If ANY
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___ Bailey Shows I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach.Florida 'Thursday, May 30, 1963 Page Three ,

Band Seniors Honored' At Annual Banquet I

-, Kiwanians New i i County Seniors Paul 1 Mott, Callahan High School : m*

Nine. members of the Fernan
-H Logging Process dina Beach High School Band,: Receive DAR Good Senior Awarded Rayonier Scholarship:

who will graduate tonight in Commencement :

BY TOMMY HALL exercises, were hon:: Citizen Awards The Rayonier Foundation has. -- -
Kiwanian Herb Bailey, assist-
ored Monday night at the annual
ant of the Wood I awarded its eighth four year college I
manager Pulp
Band Parents
Division of Container Corporationof in. the high Association school cafeteria.banquet 4. scholarship in Nassau County Open Meeting SetOn I

America, spoke to fellow Ki- to Paul Freeman Mott, Calla Proposed Fish
wanians The banquet was emceed byE : han, according to an announce- J ,
on Monday night on the x
methods being: used in the woods E. Lasserre, an officer of the 4 ment issued today by the scholar- j Game Regulations J i
Association, and he called on ship selection committee
department to'expedite the composed -:
of pulp logs. Bailey production was- ?: Episcipol minister James Ellisor far r'j of ,Gordon T. Butler John S The Florida Game and Fresh ,
for the invocation.The T'I Water Fish Commission will hold '
introduced by J. C. Bennett, pro- f iAs. Weisner and Bryan L.
gram chairman, and was assistedin meal was prepared by the q4xpy'S The selection was Rauschert'j an open, public meeting on Tuesday -
June 4, at the MayflowerHotel
cafeteria staff and served the
the presentation of his illustrated by an evaluation of qualifications I
lecture by Howard Hanna, ladies of the Association. submitted by '7 graduating seniors : in Jacksonville, when Florida
: and
and Timber Lasserre presented representing all high schools in hunting regulations
Land Manager for a numberof I.
Yy .. proposed for the coming sea<
Container's local division. t special guests, including Sup- Nassau County.
will be .
I son heard and discussed.All
showed the'' erintendent of Public I
Bailey photos of lit Instruction .a. Each applicant was judged on interested parties are invited -
various types of equipment now ; John Weisner, Frank E. Walters, a merit basis, considering! high to attend with the commission
being employed in the process of chairman of the School Board; school grades, school and outside'I I staff members. The meeting willet

getting the logs out of the woods. t Mayor E. J. Smith; Chuck Flen- p- I activities, personality and to some I underway at 8 p.m.
The tendency has been toward niken, president of the Chamberof \ M x n extent on the basis of need. ; --- -
eliminating the backbreaking lab Commerce, and Ray Caldwell, } The successful candidate: receives -: '
orious physical handling of the News-Leader editor.
a $3,000.00 scholarship
timber, by modernized mechanized ; Others at the head table were .! which may be used in any accred-

loaders and haulers which expedite HONORED AT THE BAND BANQUET on Monday night were the graduating seniorsabove. officers of the Association, Ray ited college in Florida, Georgia, !1 tf
the delivery of the logs at Gough, high school principal, and Alabama, North
Left to right, Lucy Dyal Chris Hall Susan Butler or South
car sidings and woodyards located }I Sharon Gough, Dow Dixon, Rev. Ellisor. Carolina many field that the
in the timberland areas. Tommy Hall, Jr., Sue Thompson, Ginny Markham and Judy Kear. Sharing the group'srecognition Bandmaster Jonathan Hill chooses. candidate r
by the Band Parents Association was" Mirv nvu.. ..
The speaker showed illustrations was Bandmaster Jonathan Hill far -
right. -- - --
commended for
I again turning out j During his four years of high
of specialized production band that I' school
a captured state honors ;: Mott maintained an excellent -
units capable of being operatedby I and he was presented with gifts i scholastic record. He ranks
Dr. Hale Smith
which not only load Nassau Scouts
one man Boy : from the Association and the i* : 8th 'in his class of 36 seniors and ELf
the logs in pallets but pull themon TheNotion ( >
band members. Miss Lucy Dyal he made. an outstanding score in r
trailers and transport them to Tells RotariansOf Set Swim Meet At presented him with the gift from b R the Florida 12th Grade placement.
high land where sandarj hauling Counter I
the band and Lasserre the gift test. This test is uniformly given
units them for delivery to
pick P
up : from the Association. !
to all seniors throughout the state
the mills or railroad sidings. i Archaeology Pool BY PAUL WARWICK :
I City Friday Hill expressed his Appreciation each year.
Forest Grose and Ernest: Grose, I I I New 1963
for the gifts and for the fine
attitude He has been
active in athletics, .
Kiwanians of the Arlington By PAUL WARWICKExploded You
j I The 1963 Nassau District rarely think of automobile! of the band members Ix, 'class president for four ,
made up their attendance myths and establishedfacts Boy license plates .. ; years
Key Clubbers who were guests mingled agreeably in an informative i i Scout Swim Meet will be held tional impact as producing emo throughout the year. The strong > 4 member Beta Club and has been : LA WJ'8OYFINGERt

were Bubba Quattlebaum and talk ,given Wednesday Friday, May 31, at the Recrea except, ma'beollthe and lengthy applause he received outstanding in 4.11 Club Activiities I
vanity of
tion Center Pool. An instructional individualswho from those in attendance attested having' received state and national -I
Burgess Lewellen. Jerry I.ancast-// to local Rotarians by Dr. Hale -
put a high value low with
on num.I his popularity with both the students I
period for officials will be held recognition.
er was also a guest of : Smith, of Florida State University I hers, indicating a sort of
Quattlebaum announced that 1 director of the archaeological at 7 p.m. with events getting underway distinction in their vague and the Association .. I .Mott wiH: enter the University
their organization was sponsoring I digging among the ruins of I at 7:30. I state. community or Lasserre recognized outgoing : of Florida in June of this year on

a picnic at Crandall for Ki- Fort San Carlos in this city's historic The meet is being sponsored by I Neither officers and named those who n a ag' t'the' trimester system which will
wanians, on Sunday, June 2, at Old Town area. "the Nassau District Boy Scouts : are auto tags generally) will serve the coming year. m enable him to obtain a Bachelor
esteemed for
2:30: p.m. All Kiwanians were I Spiced with more humor than and will be conducted under the I value ,their educational 1 Harry Peters, who replaced i Degree in less than three years. STARTING!

urged to attend. the laymen ordinarily expect in a direction of the Fernandina Beach : ful knowledge except for perhaps, as use President Johnny Johns during He 'plans op majoring in Forestry
a police officeror
H -- scientific presentation, Dr. Recreation Department. I the year, when Johns was transferred or some related vocation.
highway patrolman
85 Already EnteredContinued I Smith's remarks gave new insight Participants will be limited to I in writing out a ticket or engaged looking was named as president, .
into the delving now being registered Boy Scouts who have for a fugitive.In Paul Burns as vice president, assisted at the Public Health
I done by 14 students under his I Mrs. Tom Michaels as secretary Clinic for two
from Page One) JOYCE GOODBREADMiss years.
( : the past two months both
and E. E. Lasserre will
champ, George Tyson, and many supervision. The fort, chiefly but. it possible to trace their origin Georgia and Florida license plates again Miss.Dyal is a member of Me-
others are expected to enter. tres.scd: by wooden shoring, he said, with exactness. have assumed both sentimentaland serve as treasurer. Lucy Dyal, member of morial Methodist Church where

Thos. J. Shave, III, of Way was built by the Spanish in 1816. Old gin bottles, fragments of educational significance for Mrs. Frank Puletti was presented he 1963 graduating class at Fer- she is director of the Youth

cross, Ga., who won many state The casual observer, Dr. Smith glass and ceramic items also have I this writer, returned South to resume as the outgoing secretary j landina Beach High School, has Choir, a ,member of the Senior
honors during his high school and declared, might think the excavat been invaluable in tracing the life after in the and commended for her service been awarded the DAR Good Choir, a member of the Methodist -
will also had been slow of the many years in the Association. I (Citizens: award, by the Kan Yuksa Youth ;
early college days here, ing a painfully chronology ruins, he said. North. Fellowship! ,. having --
be gunning for a share of the process, then explained that every Glass, he said, submerged in water J! A native Georgian he I Chapter, Daughters of the served as president, vice-pres. v"i
amateur loot. shovelful of dirt and oyster shell takes on annual rings of sedi- '! forgiven at present may for getting ; Geologist Tells American Revolution, Jackson I dent 'and secretary, and now hold- No choke to adjust!

Plans are complete for the removed from the site had to be ment by which its time of submersion I most of his nostalgic kicks ville.The ing the office of treasurer.

tourney, it was announced today carefully sifted for artifacts and may be calculated muchin out of'license plates on cars from award is based on the Miss Dial is the daughter of No rope to fight!

b)' Co-chairman Glyn Waas and other evidence of the fort's active the same fashion as the age of our sister state to the north asj I i Lions of Work qualities of scholarship, leader. Mrs.. Lucille Dyal and the late
Bob Young. existence almost 150 years ago. trees is told by counting the an- he checks off counties on list ship, citizenship and compatabil- Q. A. Dyal. No back to ache!

,Serving with Waas and Youngon "A bulldozer," he said, "could nular rings. of designations furnished a i ity, according to "Mrs. Lillyan .* *

the tourney committee are have dug out as much as we havein Dr. Smith credited the beginnings j son in Brunswick. by our At Fort San Carlos ; Nelson Hilty, State Chairman Miss Joyce Lovett Goodbreac, Just fingertips lift the and starter ZINGO with! you'reready your .

Rudy York, Bob Askins and Ed 10 minutes." of the Fort San Carlos digging i And this writer also I DAR Good citizens Committee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John to mow.No pull strain.

Mi stt ttcnn Hidden gold and secret tunnels. to the interest of Mr. and .. _AA_ A" _______' ,.notoriously Don MtClanp. n s> ., d I Miss Dyal has been a member Goodbread of Yulee, has also Exclusive MagnaliteTM hous
J. E. (Gene) Weatherford i is in rumored to exist in the region of Mrs. Jay Bartels, of Fernandina a ly lot your about a i geograpny Florida ,from is learning geologist l who n-i is hei in connection : i iof the FBHS Band for seven been awarded the DAR Good Citi ing cuts one-third off mower

I charge: of the program. currently the old fort, were set down as ut Beach, who, he said, pave the project ] ilar list of plates with a sim- with the excavation at Old r years, being Captain and Student zen Award. weight-makes LAWN BOY the
in the hands: of the printers.The terly non-existent by the professor. its original impetus.The I markings county Fort San Carlos by Florida State Conductor in her senior year, lit Since her enrollment in the lightest weight, easiest hand
Junior Chamber of Commerce He said ,the Spanish people speaker -als : .thanked the I lector : provided by Tax Col- University students, was guest t I brarian for three years, and winner first grade at Yulee School, Joyce ling mower you can buy. See ,
Iran Hall
at the Nassau it !
It-try today
i iy-handlinR: ...tkkU..saes.! 1 jf. 1h'ieru: ,"&'nor people" and "wople... of FeT ndrttiif ch )in County .Co"Ui1'lI ]'jise.- 5l) hter' at the Lions Club meeting of the Orion Award. has been active in school activities .

Tickets wiHbe sold for etch day, !. had no surplu gold.,,and, as far general for their help .,in making. It's better- than i Tuesday night. I II She is a member of the Little The Beta Club, 4-H Club Converts In a jiffy
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, at. as secret tunnels were concerned the project possible and paid spe- Running "-watchin g. 'McClane, big game hunter, ad i Women, serving as an officer for Student Council and F.H.A. are for grass catching
$1 each or $2 for all three days. there was absolutely no need of Mal tribute to merchants and oth- across a :31" from i
venturer and world traveler, clubs {fn which she has held membership -
Sumter gave two on the Annual staff .
them. County, Georgia (where years;
On Thursday a pro-amateur who had given willing
TS coop- one of the most interesting Joyce has capably
pro- II very
event will be held. 184 golfers entered I Dr. Smith described severs I 'ration. Gil Becker, superintendent my wife and I were married 34 grams heard by Lions in some [for three years and editor in senior served as president of the Senior

this event last year.On means by which archaeologistshave )f Ft. Clinch State Park, was another -I' years ago), for example, is far time as he told of the more than year; member of the Tri-Hi- |Class of 1963 and her activitiesin
more exciting to me than discovering Y, Junior and Senior Honor Society
Friday night the golfers and established the dates of operations singled out for assistance. 10,000 interesting artifacts uncovered 4-H Club have been recognized. f I .
ticket holders will be treated by in the Old Town area Emerson Fizer, introduced Dr. And a double.breastednuthatch." in the "dig" at Fort San the Language Club, and An honor student, Miss Good-
the City of Fernandina Beach to One of the most effective and interesting Smith;; and Frank Hawks presided spying a 38" from faraway Carlos. Hurricane staff. bread is ''Valdictorian of the Senior Catcher chute and bag snap !
a fish fry at the golf course. On methods, he said was ir at the meetinp. Among visitorswere Monroe County, Florida, is bet- I In her junior year Miss Dyal Class of 1963. on and off quickly, easilynotools
ter than : He pointed out that the needed.Vacuum
Saturday they will be guests of observation and analysis of military Fred C. Allen, A. B. Newton livered loon spotting of the the first lily- I' eral layout of the original gen-fort won 2nd place in the state contest Joyce has declined a scholar- clippings and leaves into sweeps bag
the Golf Association at an entertainment buttons found in the excava end W. D. Dickinson, of Jackson season. been established and much of sponsored by' the United Daugh ship bjr Carson-Newman Collegeto for easy disposal.
and dance. tions. He said a close record iv ville Beach; Joe of Grif This past weekend, quite cas-Chas ters of the Confederacy. She attended fpt' the '"Southern Scholar-
Additional tourney details will kept in Washington of design am* rin., j ually and with no elaborate effort, 'I it uncovered about two but that it of will require the All-Star Marching ship ac and Research Foundation *went*4j sm $94.50

be carried in next week's issue of structure of such uniform button director of health activities in I counted on the beach autos years courses Band Clinic for two years and Scholarship". She also received (Cra'rakIlVq
such a ....
the News-Leader. by Washington agencies, making Baker and Nassau counties. I from 27 different Georgia coun- the students as presently engaged in by won the "Phi Beta Sigma Award"in General Scholarship Loan for the tlUlCMt i It)ell'
ties and from 12 rnnntiV in to complete the project
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----- -- --- her junior: year. She attended preparation of' Teachers. Joyce FAST TERMS
ida. This -di p rityi isn't so remarkable -I the Florida Music Educators
has been Florida
when you consider that Lion John McClane discussedthe Band and Choral Clinic in her State University accepted for by entrance in FIRESTONEBEACH

Georgia has a whooping 159 counties upcoming turtle races, which senior year, and was on the In the fall. ,
J INSTALLATIONI operating in its controversail will be staged by the Lions as an ter-Club Council.
F added feature of the Joyce.is active in the Yulee
unit system, while Florida has Fiesta. SUPPLY
FREE I She is serving as a member of Baptist Church, where she is a
I only I: 67. Ben Clarke presided in the ab-ji the executive board of the Mutual member of the Youth Choir and

i On the sentimental side, all you I sence of President John Tiliakos. 'j Concert Association, and has teacher for the Nursery School. 118 ATLANTIC AVE.
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designating the county and' I
j then let your memories and your I (
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r all as a roving reporter for The: ,
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I handle any required venting or make a free I dina Beach: Chamber of Com ,

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A FAMOUS MAKE j in t's Okeechobee.a lot of fun, learning the ment you have attained and join with others in :

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5 the hard way, wishing you every success in the future :
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completed their Tenderfoot re-

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be limited to enter 2 individual

events and one team event. A S Outfitters For The Entire Family :
FOR ONLY Referees will be Tom Lannon I ALLAN'
Atlantic Avenue
: and Jim Sayers and Fred Townsend .
'' will be starter. Sandy De- /

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be the announcer. 1 '

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I' Clerks will be J. E. Weather- 7 :
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t Page Four '-- NeW\ .Leader, Vernandina Beach! Florida Thul5daMay 30, 1D63 -

. r I Memorial Service Mr. imi Mrs. Eaton Crews Ceiebrate j New Members Honored W.S.C.S.. Has

t Miss ( Follows
1 Toni Crosby Dinner

;J Complimented With (Plans June Wedding, I By Pythian Sisters I Golden Anniversary At Family Reunior I'i Final Meeting of Year Preceding Tea

Lovely Bridal ShowerThe '* Fernandina Temple No.7, Py
thian Sisters held a covered dish I A reunion of the families of I Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Howard, Rae 1 e The Woman's Society of Chris- titled, "What Do You Have in
Social Hall of the First The engagement of Miss Jeanne s 9 I supper Monday night, May 27, !in I''Eaton and Myra Crews was held Pond, Ga., Mrs. Jimmie Stanfiel:1 tian Service of Memorial Methodist Your Hands!" During the pro-
Baptist Church provided a lovely Louise Edens, to Gerald R. the new dining room of the Masonic Sunday at the home of their and daughter, Waycross, Ga., Mi-. i Church held its last meeting I gram, Mrs. Don Brown sang several -
I setting recently for a bridal show- I Purvis, son of Mrs. Ross R. Pur- HalL daughter, Mrs. Nellie Costa. The I and Mrs. J. W. Fulford, )fro am I tof the year on Monday night, solos.
I er honoring Miss Toni Crosby vis of Mershon, Georgia, and the a 1 Invited to share the de- occasion was also a celebration of I Mrs. Henry Howell and Fran k] : May 27, in Parish Hall. Mrs. Jas. : The program was ended by
t who will become the bride of Dennis i I late Mr. Purvis, is announced by lightful dishes prepared many by the the 50th wedding anniversary of Porch, all cf Blackshear, Ga., Mi'. : F. Michael, president, opened the I every member laying her pledge]

I, Davis on June 4. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Sisters, were Knights and their Mr. and Mrs. Crews.A and Mrs. Aubery Bennett 'aniMrs. I I1 meeting with a prayer poem. : card on the altar and pledgingher
Hostesses for the occasion were I ence J. Edens, Sr. wives. Several Knights from basket dinner was spread on Mary Ann Neighbors, St L.1 I J She welcomed members and : prayers, her service and lur
Mrs. Wilton Davis, Mrs. Lucille the grounds at o'clock, f6r
I ] Mrs. The bride-elect] is a graduate of Jacksonville also joined with the one Augustine. : guests, and the twelve new mem- gifts.
Dyal Clyde Haddock, Mrs. I the number who I
I -' Richard Jones, Mrs. Claude Davis Fernandina Beach High School in local Knights to make it a pleas] were pres- Out-of-town relatives liresen fc bers who were special guests. i After the close of the business
I eat to celebrate the occasions.
i I 'Mrs. Lester Davis and Mrs. Leota the Class of 1961/ and is presently ant affair. II! The anniversary table, beauti- were, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Mercer '.1 I' Each of the new members was I sesion, the Edith Flood Circle was
] employed by G.A.C. Finance presented with a lovely corsage. : hostess for a beautiful tea.
Swearingen. s After, the dinner the Knights fully set on a pale blue linen and Carlton Aldridee of Jacksonville The members Mrs. Cran-

The Social Hall was beautifully]) Co. I visited while the Sisters convened I cloth, was centered: with a handsome Lee Petty, Wilmer Petty .: 'ford,new Mrs. H. H. Dougherty are Mrs i:
*. decorated with chrysanthemumsand I Mr. Purvis graduated from Al i, upstairs for their regular meet four tier cake flanked with Leonard Crews, Mrs. WilliE Owens. Mrs. D. C. Hampton, Miss ,

fern and the gift table carried ma, Georgia and served four ing.Mrs. I twin punch bowls encircled with Crews, Mrs. Pearl Bolton anc[ I Lyn Hitchcock, Mrs. Ferris Jones, PersonalsMr.
out the party motif wih a miniature I years in the;, U. S. Navy. He is : Edna Grant, program sprays, of pale yellow blossoms : children, 'Alton Carter and chi}-, Mrs., Kenneth Gay, Mrs. Steve!
bride as the centerpiece. employed by Atlantic Coast Line chairman for the Pythian Sisters,f caught with, white tulle and satin !dren, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Davi I Spence frs. Buddy Lynch, )[rs.1
Bridal bouquets adorned each i Railroad in Waycross, Georgia. arranged a beautiful and touch- i: ribbons. and daughters, Terry and Robin'iAnn Brackett, Mrs. Don Brown I and Mrs. Dewey Crisp and
corner of the table and lighted The wedding will be an eventof i ing Memorial Day Service in hon- Granddaughters of the' honored all of Folkston, Ga., Mr. and Mrs i I and Mrs. Franz, Mitchell. children, Cheryl Ann and Beth,
1 :: ; of Jacksonville visited during the
i ""white tapers cast a soft glow'over Saturday, June 29, at two or of the members, and family of couple presided at the table. Mrs. Emory Mobfey and children, Bryon ,
I the setting.i o'clock in the afternoon at Me- I I members, who have passed on. Eustis Sutton served cake, and and Cindy of Macclenny, Mr,, I Corsages were also presented I II weekend with Mr. and Mrs 1k-
i i The green orchid presented Miss morial Methodist Church. All I The various officers assisted her Mrs. Eugene Davis and Mr I: and Mrs. Allen Kirkland, Jr. and I :, to the seven honored members for Wayne Crisp and daughter, Sta-

I i Crosby by her hostesses, complimented friends and relatives of the couple in the ceremony. I i Emory Mobley poured punch. j ji 'I family, and Mrs. Kirkland's mother -,, I whom different circles! are named. I cey.
her invited to attend the Out-of town guests included, and brother, all of Garden City,. They were Mrs. Annie Brown, Mrs. I
lovely, pale pink eyelet are cere- i -. I Myrtie Burgess, Mrs. Edna Davis, ,! Mr. and Mrs. A. Flanagan] and
dress. The bride-elect and her mony and reception immediately j Hostesses Fete Engagement Told I Mrs. Edith Flood, Mrs. Ella Har- son, Jack, of Homewood, Illinois
maid of honor, Miss Julia Me- following in Parish Hall. I left
I Friday after visiting for sew
_____ ____ __ Mrs. Stevenson At I Durham dee, Mrs. Bernice Lowe, and Mrs. I
i Kendree, were seated at the gift Bridal Parties Fete Miss Mamie Mills. I eral days with their cousin, Miss

table I Miss Melba Durham Surprise PartyMrs. Marion Johnson, and brother, A
: ,,8 Mrs. E. E. Jones, Jr., chairman i:
I Upon arrival each guest was ;, To' Wed Sunday In Miss Melba Durham, popular MRS. FISHLER HOSTESS of the Edna ,Davis Circle! used an''! R. Hebron.
with wedding bell inscribed i Eunice Stevenson was delightfully honored
pinned a
r rj honliss Durham was again -
June 2nd
bride-elect of
I was original poem to'present a gift I! Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Picks'tt
Toni and Dennis. Miss Methodist Church surprised Friday evening lunchored Sunday at a brunch at 12:30,
at lovely
Saturday a 'Honorary Membership the had their ]ut weekend,
pastor as guests
Crosby received the lucky bell, I with a birthday party at the hostess .
I eon given by Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper when Mrs. H. W. Fishier was Rev. John, Lewis Jones, after Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Gosnell and
home of her j I
her to the beautiful ,,1 sister, Mrs. Regina
entitling open The wedding of Miss Melba at her home on' South Beach. in her home on Atlantic Ave. !
which he expressed deep children Patricia
I ap- Carolyn, Terry
f'' ]Fachko, in celebration of her, 39th
] array of gifts. Frances Durham, daughter \\ : A color note of blue and white
overlaid with i
I The table' was a : predation. Mrs.' SL.. Lay, chair. and Danny, and} .Mr. and .Ir3
Mrs. Regina Fachko and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Durham, to birthday. t ]
linen cloth and centered I was carried out in the ar- !
pink. man of the Edith Flood Circle, ; Hugh Turner and children, Kevin
f! Lucile Jones recorded the hon.I Alberto Valentin] Gonzalez of New Hostesses for the affair i and '
I i surprise with a crystal bowl holding beautiful ''rang ments. Blue hydrangas presented an Adult Life Membership and Michael, of Spaitanburg,
oree's comments on each gift, and York City, will be an event of j were Mrs. Fachko, Mrs. Cris 1 arrangement of pink and white glads were artfully arranged j to Miss Kathleen Davis and N. C.
later read the conversation .to' the Sunday afternoon, June 2. I Steger and Mrs. Mary Tom Ward. ; white chrysanthemums and baby in an antique bowl in the living .Honorary Baby Memberships to |

I I enjoyment of all present i I., All friends are invited to the The pink and green party motif breath. The buffet was adorned room. infants of three members of the' David Piekett left Tuesday for
II I The hostesses presented Miss I Ii ceremony at two o'clock in Memorial 1 was carried out in the pink .t with a large bouquet of roses in In the dining room the table circle, Agnes Louisa White, Dorothy Fglin Air Force Base after VMt,
,i Crosby with a. gift in her chosen Methodist Church. I let! cloth covering the refreshment "4, various shades of pink, in a pink was centered with a dainty ar. | Elizabeth Hanson and Kevin IJ i ii jag for fifteen days with his par
pattern of china. I I II I table, centered with a crystal ".::;;, .. ..,:> basket Places were marked with rangement of blue carnations and Matthew Thompson. Each membership i I eats, Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil' Pickett,
I Among the guests were Mrs. I Miss Benjie LyonsComplimented punch bowl holding lime .. Y. ::".';:::.:::" y : ., attractive bridal place] cards and (i baby breath. A white linen cut- J i represents a substantial] Sr.
Thomas Crosby, mother of the |i iI mnch. Individual cakes were iced :.: .' : t .::: '. '.:: /: r. baskets of party mints. Favors work cloth was used and bridal in honor of the I
I bride-to-be, and Mrs. Claude Davis i, With with; dainty pink rosebuds and :...:..;..:, ,:....:.:.., :;';": :;.:.: ..:... : were miniature bridesmaid's hats : placecards marked the places of gift to missions | Miss! Jeff Middlcton and Mrs.

mother of the bridegroomelect I Bridal ShowerMiss served with pastel open faced 'i" : fashioned of marshmellows, tiny j the guests. A large white wed- recipient.Annual report of all officers ,, .Helen Robinson's.mother Robinson. visited, Mrs.with With-Mrs.
sandwiches and mints.: ;: ft' : ; 1ft1J ribbons and dainty flowers. i| ding bell was suspended from the and circles, in mimeographed I ,

Benjie Lyons was recently I' Beautiful spring garden arrangements I .., ......"..,.,' ,>, .,...... .. I A three coursq luncheon was I( chandelier and hung gracefully form "Were given each guest. The I row nd.; in Odum, Georgia last week-

Presbyterian Women complimented with a delightful of pink roses, zinnias jMr; ,'/. -it.: ::'. <' ;: : served by the hostess, assisted by i over the beautiful setting. On a new year begins with 131 mem
*l To Meet June 6 miscellaneous bridal shower given I and sweetpeas were used throughout Mr. Carl Quattlebaum, after which j fern stand a miniature bride and bers. Mrs. J. R. Hutchins, incoming \- '
I in her honor by Mrs. Charles Gallagher i the rooms. and Mrs. R. B. Mullis of I bride's bingo was enjoyed. First I groom stood in an archway. treasurer, presented a pro- Robison Jewelry

!.1 At the next general meeting ,of ] and Mrs. Telford Gaskill. During the evening several appropriate this city announce the engage- prize was won by ,Miss Mary E1Mrs.. Fishier presented Miss posed budget totaling 2083.00 Has Gifts Galore
: The affair held the of their i len Harvey, second went to Miss Durham with a lovely gift of re- which accepted the
the Women of the First Presbyterian was at GasI games were enjoyed and ment daughter, Mary was by group.
I % Church, Mrs. Adam Mill- kill home which provided a lovely prizes won by Mrs. Betty Bryant Helen, to Thomas Allan Lyons, Mary Ann Dickens, and third to ,, membrance of the delightful oc- Mrs. J. B. Thompson and Mrs. For The GraduateAs

I ; sop and Mrs. Evert Elvin will give setting with arrangements of ; : Mrs. Hattie Bell Townsend, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Lyons, the honoree. casion. B. F. Dickens were delegates to ,
I the affair with in past, Robison Jewelry -
brief reports on last weeks parti-a'i spring flowers placed at vantage Irs. Sue Meeks, Mrs. Kate Cook, also of Fernandina Beach.. Mrs. Cooper presented Miss Invited to enjoy the 'Florida Conference Woman's years
of her is
Durham with place seeing of the honoree were twelve I Company once again grad.
cipation at the Florida Synodicalj points. I !Irs. Theo Rutishauser and Mrs. Miss Mullis is a member of the a Society convention in Daytona
Lester ration Whether
Mrs. headquarters.
mother 1 gift
; : Meeting. Of interest to all is the I Games were enjoyed during the Ruth Sprinkle.The 19C3 graduating class of Fernan-I china in her chosen pattern. friends; her Beach, which was held in April
is the
I[ of her grandmother, Mrs. graduate entering
I Durham
The guest list was composed ; :your
I into of and Mrs. the interest-
guidance of women use evening prizes won by dina Beach High School and is Mrs Thompson gave
honoree received a shower IIt i Marie Cone world of business homemaking
Miss or
friends of the honoree; her i H. F. ; ; ,
and Mrs. Lu- twelve | of the meeting.The .
: the Revised Plan of Organization Leo Cryder George I ing highlights
I (J lovely gifts from the more employed at Steger's Thompson mother, Mrs. Lester Durham; her and Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper. 'ollege, there is an appropriate}
Mrs. B.
be in I
and Program. This will relation cas. I president, i
to the whole Church. Bridal cake squares, iced drinks, t han 25 invited guests.Graduation Drug Store. grandmother, Mrs. H. F. Sahlman; |I The wedding will be an event F. Dickens, was presented and !(I 'gift; waiting for your giving plea-
Mr. Lyons is serving with the of Denmark of Sunday, June 2nd, at twoS. !
; Mrs. M. K. Kearse
Mrs. John W. Dozier will pre nuts and mints were served by the new chairmen of the seven I| sure.Each
,I sent the main topic, ""Christian, the hostesses. Heldor U. S. Navy and is presently stationed C.; Mrs. H. W. Fishier; and''' o'clock in Memorial MethodistMrs. circles read their list of members | gift is beautifully wrapped -

Unity in Service and Work". The The honoree was presented !! I:: at Mayport. Carl Quattlebaum.- Church. for the next year. Mrs. Michael 1 free of charge, of course, in
I meeting is scheduled at 10:00 many lovely gifts remembrance Community Plans for the wedding will be'' expressed her appreciation forJ 1:he graduate's school colors, and

,r A.M. Thursday, June 6. All women of the occasion. I Cindergarten ClassThe announced at a later date., the privilege of having been able 1 Ito budget terms are available.
I are urged to attend. Future Homemakers Install OfficersAt serve as president for the past I Choose from the nationally advertised -

Circle No. 4 will be the hostess Mrs. H. D. Wilson of Hazel- Community Kindergarten St. Michael's Holds two years. lines of fine watches,
chairman hurst.i held its graduation exercises Saturday The annual taking j jwelrjr and giftware at. ROB
with Mrs. L. C. dough as Annual pledge program -
\, and Mrs. Edna Weimer as eral data. with her sister, Mrs. ,May.25th.at. 10:30.: a.m. in i, Communion Breakfast Mother-Daughter BanquetThe was ll'dby Mrs.\ W. T. Mer- SONS, in downtown Fernandina
co-chairman. Lois Reid. t he fellowship Hall of the Presbyterian zejewski, vice president It was' 1 Beach: adv.
___ Church. The program St. Michael's Guild held its an- Miss Kathy 1
--- -' Fernandina Beach Higl i Mock; \ice-president
I consisted of a variety of poems, nual Communion Breakfast 'on I School] chapter: of the Future! Rylant; and president Miss Mar-
OFFICIAL APPLICATION s ongs, and rhythms. The boys May 25 at Seaside Inn. Homemakers of America held its i !gie Rauschert. OFFICIAL APPLICATION .
; rendered an "Astronaut Song" Speakers were Mrs. Albert : annual Mother-Daughter Banquet t:': Reverend Himmelraan was guest I II

f ollowed by the girls' special, Blanchard and Miss Sylvia Poole. '' last Thursday night in the higl I I speaker, using as his subject,I
'j FOR Doll Lullaby." Highlight of the I Their talks were well received by'!school home economics room. Th! ; "Thiee Quick Thoughts," based ] FOR ,f

rogram, was an operetta entitled the fine representation of St. '' menu, which included roast turkey on the three words in the title of
\ LITTLE MISS FERNANDINA BEACH The Queen's Ring", featuringhe Michael's Church. green beans, rice casserole, I the organization, future, homemaker MRS. GOLDEN CROWN FIESTA

entire group. I .. refrigerated salad, and ice cream I and America. It proved
t CONTEST The following boys and girls Miss Crosby 'To Wed and strawberries in cream puff:! !I enjoyable and thought-provoking CONTEST
eceived diplomas: Patti Alveron : shells, was prepared by the FHA for both the girls and their mothers. -
I PLACE:. Municipal Auditorium s Mark Bailey, Mark Beville, Dennis Davis In members and the home economics:: ,I I PLACE: Municipal Auditorium :
J Chris: Bohannon, Ricky Bryan, II oi (
June 4 t classes under the supervision closed with
CeremonyThe i The banquet was a
TIME: 3iO: p.ni. Saturday, June 8, 1963 fancy Cenek, Chip Clarke, Mike Mrs. Alvin] Smith, home economics -j benediction by Revtrend Himmel- TIME: 9:00: p.m. Thursday, June 6, 1963

I aniel) Charles Dickens, Danny wedding of Miss Toni Crosby -! teacher and FHA sponsor. I .
AGE LIMIT: 2 years through 5 years. Forehand, Kim Gregory, Valerie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tho-j I Miss Diane Lewis, president,,, man. REQUIREMENTS: Candidate to be married for six
lardaker[ Pam Kirkland, Chris Crosby to Dennis Davis, son welcomed members and their
'i (Residents of Nassau County Only) mas ,
; :
j Jack 'N JillGraduation months prior to contest. Mail application and phototo
I athrop, Melissa Lay, Maureen of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis, j mothers and recognized the special
\ DRESS: Bathing Suits or Sun Suits .eary, Sparky Rowe, Paul Puletti, will be an event of Tuesday June guests, Reverend Don Him-' ; Seti Mercury Kavouklis, Box 149, Fernandina Reach,

Bobbie Pyron, Lee Rucker; Barbie 4 at 7:30 o'clock, in the First Baptist melman and his wife. Fla. Phone 2G1-505G or 2615849..
Mail application fee of $1.00 and following informa Ichrantz; Brian Shepard, Donna Church. I II Miss: Mary Charles Mann,,,i Friday May 31

\ '' tion to P. 0. Box 27 Sims: Paul Stewart, and Chuck No invitations are being sent Chairman of Degrees, presented '
I The Jack 'N Jill Kindergartenof
'omlinson. I but all friends of the couple are Junior degrees to Miss Ann Farr, Church will Registration Fee For Sponsor $5.00
(Phone 261-3S05 For Additional Information) Fritz Wesley received a Certificate invited to attend. Miss Linda Holland, and Miss the First Baptist "
f of Attendance. I Mary Vonnoh, and presented j hold Commencement! Exercises, in / ', <' ,

"I Name _, Age Following the exercises a recep- Recent guests of the Ed Matt : Chapter degrees to Miss Sherry the Junior High School auditorium Name: Mrs ** .. J ., ...
I Friday evening, May 31 at.
ion was given for the class, their sons were Mrs. Ernest Cravens'I Lang, Miss Mary Charles Mann, .

I P arents and friends. of Hopkinsville Ky., and Mrs. Miss* Margie Rauschert, and Miss 7 p.m. !i I Address: _"""_.._. f .. ,.... '_ r .. ._...
Parent or Guardian _. Mrs. Eugene Hord is directorf Kathy Rylant. Mrs. A.J.. Fox, director, announced ,
Lillian Bell of Nashville Tenn. ,
I .1 o the school, assisted by Mrs. I i :The 1963-64 officers were :then there will. be eight certir I.
) '
Phone Number .. ...........-... ._.._... ?......... (Please Print) I:[[ugh Hunt and Mrs. Cliff Mcln- installed by Miss' Lewis "*as l follows fates and 3f diplomas presented. I > Phone'/Number: : -:-...... .
: nis. Chairman of Degrees, Miss Mrs. Don Wilder is teacher.
PhoI Nassau Schools : I II
1 Please Enclose Small If Availablek (Please Print)
The is invited
\ Registrations, are now being ac-I Ann Farr; treaurer, Miss Sherry I public cordially
c epted for the Fall Term. Miss LaVerne to attend. I
Lang; secretary,
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---- Plan Students'Summer - -
r :1 !

)1 !f I Program j I

Even though summer"acabons :
are here for almost 5,000 Nassau

H Au r. County school] children, many are
i J t planning to return for participation -
in recreational and academic

; g4/ programs. The greatest numbers
will probably be involved in the
t I recreational phase. However, ,!
musicand academic subjects! draw
large number. j
""a This program is free and should j' ,

: MAY THE FUTURE be confused with regular summer ', U

school which is heldon, a fee
\ t YEARS FULFILL- il basis. Swimming classes, baseball'' .

I ,' : schools, softball, bands practice. I .4 LOUNGE
_I. YOUR EVERY AMBITION ___ archery, indoor game, and other .
I supervised activities are carriedout

under the direction of coaches '

If you're looking for that last-minute gift for and programs The band instructors directors.which fit the have local planned com j a DANCING u'rY

munities. Many times recreation :, *

; the grad on your list, check our wide selection personnel is personnel a teamwork to co-operating provide affair,the with with program.county city d'I a B YOUR FAVORITE BAWD /

of practical gifts. -tiYou'll available The schedule from your of school activities prin b : -

cipals.date differs The hours in each and community.starting' I :k :: FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT: n np

'I. find a complete line of the latest styles Some programs will start June 13 .

and others June 17. However, par 9:00 P.M. 'TIL JI
ents are requested not to send
small children to these activities.A .
in young men and young ladies wear.. child, in order to be accepted, cf Only S1soeer Couple dv
should at least be entering first
grade this fall
Contact your school principal v
Atlantic At Seventh or coach for a definite schedule. PECOR

B AILEY'S I This is an enrichment program
Phone 261-4961 designed to give supervised and
trained instruction to youth and .
4 adult alike.J .
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Jitee School i of 'j 1 1': t:<< News-Leader, Fermmdina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 30 1SG3 Page Fiv3ltfln ,;

', ; Dance To Present 1i i II; t.,.. ,. .,(I\" ,...,i.,..........'.. .

Students (Annual 'Spring Concerts r I .. ?, -e. :. ,r+ v Stbol of Dancing To Feature Rsyonler! Awards I II School sonality of of Georgia.Forestry while attending at the 'University the

'r Students of the Jeanne School 'Owens and Julie Lasserre. I "So th Pacific" Numbers In Revue. I Senior Scholarship \ Harold's Rayonier selection award was to confirmed receivethe -

I of the Dance will appear in recitals The program will be chore- I I 'm ,
at the I Ii To Harold I Estes on Saturday evening, .May 18,
Municipal Auditorium graphed and directed by'Mrs.. tk.. 6
; The Bean School of Dancing let Catherwood, Florence Partin, I by E. E. Jones, Jr., Afesistant
on June 1 and June 5. Julanne Owens, teacher, with] i 1w I
will present its annual dance re- Karen Gough,.Diane Burns, Caroline Resident Manager, Southeast
The Junior Ballet Children's musical arrangements hv Mrs ; I Fernandina Beach, Fla. Harold
% Vue Friday evening, May 31st 8 Dickens, Lauren Lowe, Mary Timber Division, Rayoflter: J In-
Ballet Theatre Dept and Musical Guy Dudley school pianist e v ti k. pirn: at the Recreation Center audi- < Drue Bean, Holly New ome, Donna Lee Estes, Whittier, North corporated, at the Thirty-second
will be 1f Carolina has been awarded the I
Comedy Dept students will Costumes by the moth / -
present tbrium. The show will feature Kennedy, Betty Hardee, Karen Annual Forestry Club Banquet
a matinee at 10 a.m on June i iI ?rs and Mrs. Lucille Daniel, with ; I Ii forty nine students in a variety: Haddock, Betsy Philins, Jamie Rayonier Foundation Senior 1963-10G4 Forestry i at the Charlie Williams Lodge,

I 1. The program will be a spark scenery designed and made bjMrs. i of dancing and the public is cor-, i'diaRy I White, Paula 'Guilmette, Cathy Scholarship for I Athens, Georgia
ling fairy tale ballet, "Hansel and I With Britton. : i t invited. i Crisp, Mary Olivia Patrick, Marsha --- --
Crete!," with Debbie Powell, Fran Senior students of the Schoolof ; f *xK The second half of the program Talton, Jan Dickens! Susan School of Forestry, University of

Wat :on, Vicki Sanderson, PeggyCatphln the Dance will appear in a t-t. should have a special appeal to Fizer, Vicki Beckham, Debbie Georgia, Athens, Georgia. GIVE FORESTS A BREAK.
I Cathy Cay Campbell I concert. on June 5th, at 8 p.m. l. : Harold is the son of Mr. and
J of Y l jrF ::J all lovers 'of broadway show i Rogers, Sherrie Thomas, Carole FIREBREAK
I Vioki' Waas, Xancy White, Cheryl Among the ballets to be presented ,i..t.;. :'". f..... tunes. It will consist of the musi- Gough, Brenda Leeper, Judy Al- Mrs. Thea J. Estes Church Street, CLEAR A
; .
I Rohannon, Suzanne Weatherford, "will be, "Devertissment d' '. j cal numbers of the great show I day, Maria Struss, Janie Stouffer, Whittier, North Carolina He attended BEFORE BURNING!
.Kim Gregory, Nancy Ctfnek, Ro Faust, conceived to show the vir Mel-
"South Pacific" and the dances Diane Bean, Laura SotenSen, Swain High School in
r bin": O'Leary, Marian Millsaps, tuosity of the senior concert will be 'performed to the original lie Beckham, Ted Flier, David Bryson City, North Carolina i I

Bobby Pyron, Gladys Douglass l roup; an excerpt from" "Tehatkovcky's soundtrack recording of the notion Burghardt, Butch Broadwater, and graduating in June, 1958. Harold ,'
Gertrude Douglass, Rhonda Hard Swan Lake; ah abstract picture. This will feature on- ':, Mark and Mason Bean. is majoring in forestry at the !
ing, Lisa Owens Cindy O'Steen, I ballet out of the ordinary, "Valse I
ginal choreogranhy by Betsy I Mrs. Betsy Strickland university of Georgia and is a
Patsy Britton, Betsy' Davis and I Triste and "Gigi. Also presented Strickland. and Joan Bean. I dance, "Younger Than Spring member of Xi Sigma Pi, honorary
Joni Lee.Rhythmic. I will be a modern ballet, r Students who will appear in the time", and her all-ballet class forestry fraternity and Alpha 4

syncopated dances i "Slaughter on 10th AVP." and" a F show are: Susan Johnson, Elise i will| perform two number from Zeta, honorary agricultural fraternity. 1 K1 Vi.
"Gothic Ballet Grand
Finale. } I Thrift Barbie Schrantz Sara "South Pacific." '
from the Musical Comedy Dept. :: i .
will feature Jimmy Bush, Eddie Ballerinas! will be Judy Kear, i1Aq b, k FZtN Poole Janet Jones, Laura Lynn i I Costumes are executed by Mrs. The Rayonier Foundation Sen ':
Barbara Becton,Judy Hahn, Linda Strickland, David and Gary Bean, Elizabeth Knight and Mrs. Tina ior Scholarship Award in the :
Justice, Cliff Fox, Sam Millsaps, White, Jeanne Entzminger, Bun y Suellen Rodeffer, Patty 'Mills, I Haddock, and make-up will be by amount of five hundred ($500.00)) :

Gail Galphin, Linda White, Cindy ny Puletti Roxie Childs, Faith y MR. Laura Lynn Berglund, Jan Miller, Norma of the Merle Norman dollars is made each to a MALICIOUS
Justice Bunny Pulettl, Julanne Britton, Connie Entzminger, Janice year I
I xS Cnris Bailey, Elaine Jones, Mur- Studio forthcoming :senior: student in the

Tiner, Sally Johnson, Lynn .., Foster School
'Bryan, Kathy Piper, Ginny Bibb, WINNERS IN THE HANDICAP GOLF TOURNEY staged 1 : of Georgia FdreStrjhich Peabody student is: selected ,I tr WOODS
Julanne Owens, Lori Pyron, Jai- by (the Fernandina Beach Women's Golf Associationare I
t fir ; mie White, Julie Lee, Carolyn by a faculty : q JpBURNERS
shown with their trophies. Left is Mrs. Tom Lan. TheGarden as award recipient based on his

Justice Snyder,, Sally Frances White Bradley Mary, Cindy Julia non new club! handicap champion and right is )[rs. Stan! I having exhibited high qualities of I *ROB US ALL!

I Tarlton, inner of (the championship in the nine-hole di scholarship. leadership and per
Brewton, Brenda Kinser, Suzanne I -
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Weatherford, Donna Kline, I; vision.Senior. .. I l'h Basket I
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I Maria Deonas, Marsha Gregarthy,

Penny Britton, and Beverly Bo- k BY JANE SCOFIELD r I ,
Citizens Celebrate
hannon. I Birthday l' lJlr Intact. &nloouFlorida's
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Chorography and direction, musical I' :Jf L
KEEP o arrangements, settings will In a climate where not too dark shade of blue, and blooms :
Of Club With Covered Dish :
FROM be by the same as for the Junior I Supper many hardy perennials thrive bountifully. ( Oldest and Most Historic

BETWEEN Concert, except for makeup by satisfactorily, those that do should Of course, we can have chrysanthemums : .
PARKED CARS Merle Norman Cosmetic' Studio. I I The Senior Citizens Club celebrated and presented the charter to the be used bountifully. One of the both the fall bloom- j Fernandina Beach's Favorite Meeting Place-

---- -- I; its first birthday Thursday I'very best perennials for us is the ing kind; and our good friend, For The Finest In leverages

'evening, May 23, with a covered I,I club.A slate of officers'for the new Stokesia which blooms at this chrysanthemums: maximum, known: i

U1trJ1tk' Custom Made dish supper at the Recreation I year was read by the nominating season, bridging the gap betweenthe as the Shasta Daisy. I j t Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye

Center. Present were thirty-five chairman. Mrs. L. S. Grant, Mrs. spring blooming and summer Most of us frown on Physotegia
!tI111iI111IttIH iriirI ,Slip Covers-Drapes i i members and four guests, Mr. and I Ruby King and Lonnie Hollings-,I blooming annuals. Its large blue,, Virginian, known as False Dragonhead KosherSandwiches( Barbecue

Mrs. Hugh Sides, Sandy DeSandro, worth will be installed at the next daisy-like blossoms are quite fam- and justly so, for it multiplies -!

t FINEST MATERIALS' i, and Miss Sara lIanna. I meeting by Sandy DeSandro. iliar to those who have been in rapidly and is almost impossible i -.-

t GUARANTEED The room was beautifully decorated Mrs. L S. Grant presented an I Florida for any length of time,, to keep in bounds. It is 1' --- --- -

WORKMANSHIP for the occasion and sqft but newcomers invariably noticeit one of the few perennials native
-mKIiN11uh1 fr 0 FREE ESTIMATES background music was enjoyed I( interesting program, using cand- I' and ask its name. It is a toughie to the northern states that will !
I i during the meal. Ill'S to 'demonstrate the Friendship,I j' and once started will endure neg- thrive in Florida. Troublesome as::\ r. @m >>trong j

I Jerry's Draperies I Miss Sara Hanna, accompaniedat slogans in keeping with the club. lect, due perhaps to the fact' that its spreading habit is, the pinkor ..,""' .. ,... ." ........,- -- y.---
i She assisted it is native to the southeast It flowers.come at a .
the piano by Mrs. Dorothy ( was by Mrs. J. C. : lilac spiked
**** fr Slip Covers Boot, sang, "Let My Song Fill i McJunkin, Mrs. Leo to SwearinIIrs. grows in clumps a foot to a foot time in early autumn when little'' I I. I
and a half high, and may be propagated Whether not -
else is blooming. or -
Your Heart"E.
none 261-V(41 1120 South 8th St.Shiell's i cen, H. S. Luke, Mrs. M. B. : division and seed. Its '
J. Smith, president presided I Brannon, Mrs. Walter Robinson by adds to grow it depends on the amount SALES AND INSTALLATION
lovely shade of violet a and also how
of has on
during short business and space one
' : a meeting Ruby Hollingsworth. I
: -- :. _:.:_ __ A>: :!..,: /' I, -- --- -- ------ -- cool touch to beds, contrastingwell ruthless and strong minded on'
when used with daylilies, and can be about pulling it out It will PORTER LQVEQUIST
; it is most attractive as a cut flower grow three feet high and would .

Swap Shop PERSONALSMr for daytime use. The' blossoms make: a green screen for an unsightly Color Center8th
close at night but open again the spot all summer.Commencement.
St. At Five Points Phcne 261-3068
next dart Occasionally one sees
of Stokesia,, Uotirns'Catpet Valspar Paints Wall 1 PaperThere
IN NEW LOCATION I and Mrs. Paul Hauton have Mrs. Ann Brackett, who has reentlymoved white and pink forms is sometimes : At i ,
or Stokes-aster as it
returned from visit in At-
just to Fernandina Beach ----- --- -- -
lanta. I called, advertised for sale in the County High SchoolsIs I
from Kissimee
returned home
16 NORTH J 4th t ST. I Sunday from a month's visit .in''( Florida Market Bulletin, and thereto Announced
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Thompsonwill ra yellow form. However ,the
Owensboro, Kentucky and Indianapolis =
NEXT: TO WESTERN UNION leave Friday for Deland to Indiana. Accompanying ;. blue Stokesia is said to be by far Commencement exercises, th1 ml@
bring home their daughter, Miss l the most dependable, and few of
Mrs. Brackett home was her time and place, of the various high
.' '' .. w Mary Thomnsojii student at Stetson daughter, Mrs. Joe Roop, and r would quarrel with its color. schools in the county, are announced Phone 2fH( -.1849 n.V.. Robots. M"r.

, .. ."COMPLETE LINE OF" I' University"them Saturday, who will when accompany they children, Amy, Julie and Beth, A perennial of the composite by John T. Weisner, Superintendent I SATURDAY & SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:300'E .

; who will remain here for the summer family which is much higher up 'of Public Instruction, i COMPLETE SHOW '
leave for a ten day visit in Washington -
DOZIER' & GAY PAINTS while Mr. Roop attends |'n- of en- follows:
plant I'
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diana University.Miss thusiasts is the gerbera, said to be Fernandina Bench High School,
*BEST FOR THE SOUTH" daughter. Miss Katherine Thompson. i Orlando the aristrocrat of the daisies. This tonight, May 30, 7:30 p.m. at City Friday Saturday
Kathy Cooper
will live and bloom out of Ball Park. "
Brushes Rollers -, Filler SandpaperAnd the weekend with her plant ;
pent grandmother -
I School, June 3,
Mrs. Fermin Feuerborn and doors in our section where it Callahan High Creatures"STARTS
All Painting Needs! son Marty have returned to Santa Mrs. S. H. Swearingen.I' killed back in winter but puts up I 8:00: p.m. at 1st Baptist Church. J JHillSard "Night

:Barbara, California after an extended Miss Cooper brought' a girlfriend fresh shoots in the spring. It is a High School, June 4, i; 7:40 P.M. COLOR"Saskatchewan"
; visit with her mother, Mrs. from Orlando as her guest. perennial from South Africa and !9:30): a.m. in school auditorium. ':i

Buster Crews and brother, Dar- Miss Patty Clark, student at sometimes goes under the names Yulee High School, May fcl, : J\lso-

New and Used Furniture Dishes win L Smith, and family. While Valdosta State College, participated -I of Transvaal or Barberton Dais- 7:30: p.m. in school auditorium. :
also visited with her I graceful Peck High School, June 5, 8:00: ,, \ ,
Books Shoes Clothes here they in the annual water show ies. They are charming, '
nephew, Conway Smith and fam- presented by the Fins and Flippers I daisies in colors from pale buff I school auditorium. ':
I ,
ily. Swimming Club in the col- through the pastels and rosy, tones I Forest Community -
!ege pool on May 25. "The Originof : to a rich red, and are grown as June 3, 6:00 p.m. in school audi- STARTS 9:001'.V.: TECHNICOLOR
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Dowdy I --- -- -- .-----
"Come In And Browse Around" \Vater in places. torium.In
The Lily" was the theme greenhouse plants many
and daughters, Susan and Laurie I' weather,
I this I seem a little high case of
for year's acquatic produc- The plants may
Ann of Augusta, Georgia, visited held In'I Sunday Monday
: tion. in price but they are a good investment i FBIIS exercises will |
I for several days last week with I
last for the City Auditorium.
for they years
II I FORMERLY OKI soutH 8th ST. his uncle, Darwin Smith former and fam resident Mr. and Mrs. Harry I* Peace I multiplying by division. Bssides'I'I ', "A Very Private Affair"
i is
ily. Mr. Dowdy a easiest to make a
NEXT TO ASKINS LAUNDROMAT and Wind sons, Harry L and Gregory their beauty they have two characteristics "The way
Fernandina; Beach '
of Michael, of New Orleans, La., I which should endear mountain out of a molehill is just imiGITTE BAUDOT

;- '- f);; : :: :" ' : visited with many of his friends spent last weekend with his mother them to us here in Florida: : they:1 to add a little dirt." __ .
__ ;; -_ __ while, here. STARTS 7:40 PM. IN COLOR
Mrs. J. Peace. I' weather and arE
George will take dry
.. Also
This -- -
Mrs ONeal West and son, Neal, Mr. anj Mrs. R.'J. Breslin have I quite resistant to pests i

... '. fI ,: of Bellgarden)) California with ,her are on just[ returned from a two week's I leave plant coming has*no from visible:d basal! stem rosette, the, I "SEE C. B. "The Courtship of Eddie's Father"GLEN ,

an extended visit parents trip to Pennsylvania and Ohio. I when
he taken
gT'S I Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Arn They visited their daughter, Mrs. I and care to must keep the crown above I' 'Pete' INGRAM" FORD SHIRLEY JONES
old, of Hilliard and her sisters, Robert C. Monson, 'and family in planting
Darwin Smith and Mrs. I the soil line. Gerberas like a sun- STARTS 9:151'.11 I., IN COLOR
Mrs. Kingston, Ohio another daughter ,
Johnny Freeman of Fernandina Mrs. William N.' Seibert, and ; ny location. FOR i

Beach and her brother, Jerome ramily in Pittsburgh, Penna., and j Invest in some gerbera plants Real Estate ILAN THEATRE -

\ STORAGE Arnold, Jr., of Callahan laughter, Sister Donna Maria,! and then try increasing your supply seed- Life Insurance Ii ANNOUNCES NEW POLICY

who is a surgical supervisor in I from seed, or beg some 1 We will run two new first run pictures every Sunday,
Catherine Britton, daughter of heads from neighbor. The seedsare Retirement Income
a I
in Wilkes-Barre,
J Mercy Hospital and Monday as a double feature. Double features will
Dr. and Mrs. J. Bayard Britton. I gathered just as the
Penna. Before returning home Health & Accident
dees i also continue on Friday and Saturday.Due .
inducted into the newly- like dandelion
fluff a
was hey visited Mr. Breslin's mister, i I up I
: TIME : chartered Howey Academy chapter Miss Anna Breslin, ill Jim Thorpe, : Dump all the little fluffs onto a'I Ilospitnlizntion to extreme length of most of these programs we

t -- : of the National Junior Honor Penna. paper or plate, sort out the winged Major Medical will run ONE COMPLETE SIIOAll night shows

: .0:::f .. I Society in impressive tapping. seed that are plump, discarding I Disability Monthly IncomeL. I I will start at 7:30. Matinees every Saturday and sunday -
ceremonies last week. M/Sgt Wilbur D, Hilson who the mere sticks, which have ;
for those at 2:,::0 One complete show.
: daujrn '13S just returned from duty in not been fertilized. The percentage L. BOHANNON
5 I Miss Juanita Courson! Germany, and his family, were of fat or fertilized seed is':, I "SON OF FLU BER" will be an exception. WP will
it j 1 i ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cour quests last week of his brother- rather small. Stick the seed INSURANCE hti\.p TWO COMPLETE SHOWS all FOUR NIGHTS
y'1 I down'I
Rd. received
-- } siV/inter$ / Garments i son of Sadler Social Work, degree at n-law ,and sister, Mr. and Mrs. in any convenient seed box I Phone 261-52C9 "SON OF FMJBBEIT next week- Fri.-Sat.-Sun.-Ilo$.
!! I Master of Jesse T. Haddock. Sgt: Hilson, the fluffs sticking straight up 1 ,
I Tulane University's graduation "ormerly with Container Corp. and just above the soil and. treatas i '
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.. exercises in New on May leave but other seed until
here, is presently on you would any i
27. vill be stationed at Holloman two weeks after the small plants :

Dr. W. E. White, Jr. of Brad- \FB in New Mexico appear when they may be trans-
last week with ferred to small pots, then into
: Our Machines For enton visited Mrs.here W. E. White. Mrs. Harold M. Harger, Sr. and larger pots 'Of a size to fend' for
t Try his ister, Miss Alys U Peace, of I I itself. They should bloom within'

i Mrs. L. 0. Huz ins and Miss \e\v Orleans, ire visiting their a year. It is important that very

: Al! Your and Sue Hamilton will arrive Saturday pother, Mrs. George J. Peace, I fresh seed be planted, a good
Laundry I' from their home in Atlanta Sr. practice being to plant immediately -,

to spend two weeks as 'the guests Mr. and Mrs. Tom Michael 'and on gathering, or if necessary -

I of Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward have returned to hold them for any lengthof

Dry Cleaning. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph: Schrimperof from a vacation "of sever- time, keeping them in a mois- (

\ Lantana will spend the week \\ days at Siesta Key, near Sara- ture proof container in the re -

v end with her mother, Mrs. W. E. sota. frigerator. They are not the most Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel
> when it to
dependable seed comes i
I White. Mr. and Mrs E. R. Boundsspent germination, but what if you are'' Will Bring Peak Perform. Now! Your Life May De. Alignment and Balance.

I Mr. and Mrs Fred Conner will the weekend !n Ocala with i only able to raise even a half ante Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt Ac- You'll Drive More Safely!

I be hosts at a houseparty for their his brother, W. L. Bounds. .While I dozen plants from free seed. You :I tor. tion of Your Brakes.

IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE TIME, I children and families for the nextI there they attended the Morocco' are ahead of the game in increasing
two weeks. Arriving Wednesday Temple Shrine ceremonial jour stock of an exotic flower -

WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU. I i! were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Conner Mrs Helen S. Kelly, daughter' ,I i not to mention the feeling of 'COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARSj"J'HarreI1's

1 from Brownsville, Texas wh ;achievement you will have. I
I Dorothy Ann, and son Dan Jr., -
will be here ten days. Joining the that all
j I will arrive Sunday from their 1 A perennial we can
j family Saturday will be Mr. and have is blue sage or Salvia farin-
home in Newnan, Ga. to visit
: : Askins Laundromat 1, .Mrs. J. F. Conner and fire children Mrs. D. A. Kelly and Redmond I acea. Clumps of it in the gardenare i Auto Service

from Eau Gallic, and M'r.and Kelly for several days. most attractive and its slender I'
I. Mrs. David Conner and three blue stemmed spikes lend
children from Jacksonville. Th Miss Lynn Labdon, fctodent at, charm to mixed cut flowers. Raise : "YOUR RAMBLER DEALER"

515 S. 8th St. Phone 261.9038 i families will vacation at the Ga. State, will arrive Saturday to: it from seed or beg a division of (!j
-. .. Beachcomber and the Conner spent sevlraS ttay Leith fcer fcir- it. It soon'grows into a big clump.J PHONE 261-!117 .8TH AND JASMINE STREETS

I home on South 5th St eats, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Labdon. It comes in both a light and a'',t


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Page Six New-teaer, Fernandina Beach" Florida Thursday : 30 "1963 --
NOTICE r OF TAX SALE ... Just Ramblin'Continued I Annual Nassau 'The recreation period was directed )

1 by DeSandro city
Sandy ,
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: : ::: f.: .' ;:: :. .":" .: recreation director. Games enjoyed -
Notice ,is hereby given that on the 1st day of June 1963, at 12:00: noon at the '..
City Hall. Fernandina Beach. County of Nassau State of Florida, tax certificates ( from Page One) 4-H Club Play Day 1 I by the boys included spiderrace

will be sold on the following described land to pay the amount due frog race lame dog race,
I for taxes herein set opposite the same together with the costs of such sale I only wish that more local ,
and advertising cost. I owners of vacant lots would follow Held sack race, rooster fight, and many
Here 25 others.
Amount ot the lead of the Hardees in the !i May I 'I t

......."... j I tI manicuring of their property at The girls participated in the

'Block LotthruZ5 Owner and cost' I the Northeast comer of Atlantic !, The annual Nassau County 4-H duck waddle, blockhead race pea
e J 23 C. W. Christopher 11.7i _
8 19 thru 26 Charles A. Hall' & Wife 2.08 Avenue and Fifth Street. This lot Club. Play Day was held] Saturday nut andlsgoon race, hobble skirt

6 Nfc of 27 thru. 30 Charles A. Hall & Wife 42.98! is always lush with grass and I May 23 at the Recreation run, knagaroo race, etc.
'11thrv'l Ethel Taylor 1.75 '
8 SH of 10 thru 14 D. W. Perkins 4.31: freshly mowed and adds to the 1 I Center. with a large attendance of To highlight the recreation per

8 NH of 10 thru 14 George & Lizzie Christopher 61.13 beauty of the city rather than detracting 4-H Club members convening in iod, all ages: participated in the
of 27 thru 29,
8 NH NH of E 7' of 30 Christine M. Clark .93 as most vacant lots do. the game room for assembly at 11 Water Balloon Throw. Winnerswere

.9 kof1&Lot34 Charles F. Rogers 29.2' # I. a.m.' Mavis Crapps and Don Hig-

10 13 9 t&:34 Bennie<;. Hirth Ellerson 122.46 14.36L !! : Square dancers were, here Saturday Mayor E..J. Smith and Commissioner ginbotham 1st place; Carol Bailey .

14 19 & 20 Jessie & Stella Hadsock 1.83 I 1 night from Gainesville, I Harry Poole gave the welcome and Paul Mott, 2nd place; and
18 10 thru 13 George !II. & Reba J. McMahon 1.87: I ,. .. ., Jacksonville Park Gordon Ellis County Agent Philas Homes and John Kato 3rd.
18 'n'& 25S Diana H. & A. R. Clark Jr. 1.26 Ii ) jl 1 1I I ,. Orange Way- I ,
14 & E 35' of 15. ': : Katherure H. Askins 2.32! cross, Ga., and as far away as Key presided as master of ceremonies. Following lunch, demonstrations -
:6Z .. Bennie Ellerson 1.12: i I West and to
Chattanooga attend Fred.
given by Harold
26 13 i 29 NH of 3 & Lot 2' Dan H. Nagei 9.69! the Fiesta warmup of the Island erick and Delvin Higginbotham,
31 1&l4thrul6 :, \' Albert Hirth 2.07 Squares, local of I At
32 11 Florrie Williams 13.66 group. Many I Homecoming Yulce Club, on wiring a lamp. Gil
32S80o14 Ernest W. & Ann Lee Freeman 1.7S I the visitors expressed how im.. Quarrier represented the Callahan6th

M 3311 E 54' of 1 Allan R. D. W.Roberts Cook &(Est Wife) %15.93 7.89 ... ... pressed they were with the local 1 I[ (Continued from Page One) Grade boys, on how to judgea

34S'2o3 Emily Commodore (Est) 3.11 recreation facilities and the dance I I cow.

34: SH of W 3/4 of 4 Florrie Williams 18.35 "- ...... I; arrangements by Al Oelsner, Is- friendships and joy of the cele : Representing the Fernandina
34 EH of 7 Joshua .Emma Dove 1.72 .. bration. ,
37 S>, of 8 Charles Cover 2.35 =::y .JIQ H ;"" lang Squares president. It was I'I The Beach girls club, Janice Stouffer,
38 ,SH of 5 K. C. Crisp 43.67 awii 18f111"A. noted that the membership is schedule for the day includes : Becky Moore, Becky Fulgian
40 NH of 4 Walter L. & Mary K. Champion 1.24 open to square dancers and those I, Holy Communion at 7:30' ,
.41, .NH of 5 Arthur C. Markham 2.12 Frances Lewis and Glenda King
41 SH of 8 Arthur C. & Flora C. Markham 62.73C. I interested in learning. Details a.m.1 with Choral Eucharist at 10'!'

45 E'jof8 B. Ingram 4208 I I may be secured by calling the rec. o'clock. The covered dish luncheon : sang.
48 NE1/3of8 W. A. & J. M. Pinckley 4.14 H 'reation will begin at 12:30 The Hilliard girls did tap numbers
center. The dance
was p.m.
S. 24.10
52 SH of 2 Vernon Simpson I
and and Carol Bailey
54 I&N85'ofI Carl D. & Velma 0. Gileo 209 early] this year as it is a regularand V sang
71 2. Simon Ki11g' 59.44 / always popular Fiesta feature The Rt. Rev. Hamilton West spoke for .the Callahan Hi hat-
'71 3 Joseph Simmons 2.07 '
734 R. D. Roberts (Est) 1"M .1 "JIJ"\ : but conflicting dates promoted D. D., Bishop of Florida, confirmed terse

73 S 25' of 5 Jan-Jul. Inc. 2.23 4.49 ; : the early staging. 6'adults and 6 children on his' Callahan Senior Boys speaking
Joshua Dove
796O'ofN7t'of5 visit to Paul Molt David Stokes and
St. Peter's ivwv
803 T. C. Herring 7.43 I ,... .. .. Episcopal ,
., ... .
80 NH of S8GSof7 Willie W. & Rosa A. Williams 2.07 v .. ., "' '. : .' ) I made mention in this column Church May 22. i i Johnny Page. ,
Orion J. Lawrence %.23 I ;,; t' idli1111iJ[ 111 )f &: .. '''' ''..' 1.
81 1 Dianna Roberts 14.89 that my daughter had pointed out The group, after several weeks | Following the demonstrations,
81 N% of 4 Christine Rogers .60 I THE NEW CITY MARINA continues to grow in popularity with yachtsmen on the I of preparation, wag presented by' everyone eftjoycd a swim in the
to that Fernandina the
84 22SIof1 N73'ot6 Joseph W. A. &Simmons.Julia Pmckiey Jr. 80.011%.23 I Intracoastal Waterway as attested by this portion of the many plush yachts that were me was father James Ellisor to the Bishop pool.

84 S 50' of 7: N 25'"of f W. A. & Julia Pinckley 8007 anchored here one night last week. Most of the visitors are high in their praise of name of an island visited by Col. /or the ancient rite of layingon
125 3 & 12 Mrs. John Cox 1.06 mbus on his to this coun- '! of hands. To help teach the thousands of
126 11 Francis P. Tocco 3725 ; the local facility and as traffic continues to increase on the Waterway it would appear voyage ,

126 SH of 14 &: Lot 15 Irene S. Thompson 29.911 that in the not too distant future added dockage space will be necessary. try in 1492. The information came The adults included Lena Price i Americans \\hp have l lost their
128 of 14 & 15 Irene S. Thompson 31.87 ,.
NH : May Leo Francis May, Jr., Mclda voices to larynx cancer to speak
from book she
: readingfor
131 So13 I, Louise & Josephine Llbley 3.97 a was I
132 NH of 6 James Durham 1.80 Rogers, Ruth Crim, Sara Lovell .again, the American Cancer So-
.13* S 42' of 1 Fairly F. Styron 1.38 a book report. The only response j and Ardith Stein. The youngsterswere : ; I ciety's supports the activities of

137 NH of 10 Vincent & Annette Williams %1.131 High School Echoes. 92"Seniors I got to a query as to whether !; Fletcher Shurley, Charles the International Association of
138 1&W6'ofl Frances L. & Stanley E. White, Sr. I I'
1.36 I anyone else had any information! Chaplain, Jr., Wayne Vizcarran- ,I Laryngectomees. You can help;

13911&12 140 N'j of 2 Rosa William Lee B.llryant Kittrell & Wife 69 1.35.84 BV NED TYSON (Continued from Page One) 'on this island and if it had any do, 'James Chaplin and George I'! too. Give generously to the 196rii.do

Josiah & Irrie Mixon, 7209 fhanlin-- ..... I('. .. ..
111 1'' 1245 bearing on the local name came : :: I .:. __ _'
of 81UNrif1 Leo McCollough Things are almost back to nor Baccalaureate services were James Rylant, Jr., and Miss Judi -- -

146 NH
144 Nof6 Thomas Albertie Jr. .94 the Jr.-Sr. Prom of last week. ium Sunday. Father Ellisor, of the 'Raymond M. Cough, 'principal, a trip in their plane to the -

147 147 Sof8 S'2ofG Albertle Sarah Williams Roberts 22.01 81.63 Seniors no longer attend class. St. Peter's Episcopal Church gave ,I will introduce John T. Weisner, 'Bahamas thej' visited L ng Island /J

148 8 &Nofl: ,Josiah Mixon 117.67 es as they finished their final exams the invocation and benediction. I Superintendent of Public Instruction t !: back Bahamas
and brought
149 S38'ofSL of6 Buell M. Crisp 2512 last week. They do, however,, The sermon was delivered by who will present the diplo-, a UP,11TH( ,
150 13&S23'ofl4&1S 'Harvey L & Myrtle L. Spivey 73.83 handbook and businessman's annual
15$ 7. 8 &:25 thru 28 : ', k' I,C. Edwin & Mae Booth 105 21 Irop by occas- Rev. John Dozier of the First mas.,The Rev. James T. Dunnam, FED
153 15 & 16 ', Elbe SL Freeman 327 k$ 'onally to prac Presbyterian Church. A duet was pastor of First Baptist Church \ that contained considerable

156 IS4llthru2O 21&22: .... .' .I... ;.' Amy Mary Benjamin Morris 23 3.97.38 : %1tice for theirI' presented by Lucy Dyal and Ken will deliver the Invocation and information on the chain of is-
lands. Noted in the book is the
Morgan' 3.27 ; various t
157 11&12 Mary p 0 s Nolan. Benediction.
197 19&20 t=larente & Hugie Johnson 45.70 1 1Fl. chool exercises fact that Long Island was originally :
1U1Z&13 V. Burgess 3.27 1 ,,. The F.B.H.S. band wound up Officers of the Senior Class are named Yuma by the Ara- HEAt
22.34 but for the largest
1601 Elbe S. Freeman 1
another successful
1.08 very year James Kelly Freeman, II, president but Columbus] renamed !
161 9&10: Verdie Thomas p .; / part of the waks that I Iit
161 .11&12: J. C. &: Willie Merle Hesters 1.32 1 < ,. with a banquet Tuesday night 'in. ; Thomas Gordon Hall, Jr., Fernandina when he arrived .
,168 Zthru4 onstance S. Gatewood (Est) 18.54 1 ':" '". r ;: time, they maybe the high school cafetorium. Senior vice-president; Miss Susan Esther I
166 7&13 Elbe S. Freeman 14.36 I ." found living there on October 16, 1492. The I
166 8&9 rernita Edwards 1.69 band members were presentedwith Butler, secretary; Miss Sharon names Fernandina and Nassau in
168 28 Villarri W. & Jessie L. Rowland 1.51 '.. i: 'it up on the award medals. Elizabeth Hall, treasurer; and : J1YAIR 4JAND
1./ 0' the Bahamas coupled with the
168 3&4: ;ihirley & Itarbara Ann Reed 36.05John beach. ,
170 3& D. & M L. Coleman 3.11 ._.L.... Liberation for Last Thursday night the Future Donald Lindsey Brazell, Presidentof early Latin influence here, certainly S
170 11&12 Elijah: W. It Eloise Flemming 1.76 Homemakers of America held the Student Council. I }
181 So17 )avid & Alice Turner 1.151 j 'the rest of. the inmates (juniors, I link the two areas together fY/
182 Sub A & flof 2: ji ..sophomores, and freshmen) is not a Mother-Daughter banquet in I Class sponsors are Fred Cook, I historically and well the names
,C&Dof2: fenry Fisher 2.38 : the Home Economics building. The j Mrs. Mabel Milton, Patricia car- might have close connection. Incidentally
214 N 50'\ of S 72' of C of 1 Edwin: L. & R..L. Brooks 1.221:! :far away. Our exams begin Friday : a -
52.16 : Future Homemakers prepared the man, Jonathan Hill and Don L. Gil and Joyce plan'
214 N 50' of S 78' of IJ of T 'ernita Edwards I and will run through Monday i ,
215 214 S'iofBofI Sub C of 9; S 8' of D of 9 oshua amuel Dove.& M. Sr.Reshard 31.18 4.14 :and Tuesday of next week. We meal and served their mothers. Nanney, and mascot is CharlesF. another flight in their plane to

213 N 50' of S 64' of D of Sis f oieph F. Bruni, Jr. 3.11 1 will> then be released for the sum- The program was given by the Jones. the: Islands in the near future.
: S 14' of A of 5; N 36' Rev. Himmelman.The will be $ '*
otllof5 viola Barton 1.16 1 uer. I Receiving diplomas :

215 Sub A oflO 5;amuel Reshard 5.00Idle The Chorus concert held last election for next year's Lee Roy Anderson, Jr., Thomas Had a card last week, from the There's plenty more ahead this
216 Sub S 29' of D of 4 I Saddler 2.41 class officers were held last Fri- Edward Ashe, Susan Kathryn Halls[ Charlotte and Cecil, presently summer. why
218 Subltof5 :I)laisy M. Bailey: Rebecca Southers rhursday night was very success I I : I The not do something about it before another day
day. The results are: Senior tour of Europe.
1.22 j ful as was the dance which fol- Bailey, John Barniak, Jr., Brenda on a
218 C&Dof3 ,11, A. Pirtckley 80.94 ][owed. I that who I Class; President, Diane Lewis; Doris Beard, Ralph Bennett Henry I'I rard was from Luzern and showedthe goes by. Do what? Look into Carrier :Air Condi-
am sure
218 A" Rof3 ,,L A. Pirtckley 8094 anyone
218 SubFof5 j innie Coleman 1.20 .attended either or both of these' Vice-Pres., Burgess Lcwellen Laverne Blocker, John Bodine, city with the picturesque tioning (or your home.

218 Lot 10 (:::L A. Tompkins 5k 19 I j functions-enjoyed themselves im- Secretary, Milly Barnes, and Albert Boles, Jr., Donald Lindsey I':snow-capped .mountain in the

ra 210 b"ol2 1&10 i 1 (:John:I A. Miller Tompkins 986 1.54 I Tiensely. I Tres., Sue Self. The Junior officers : Brazell, Bryon Larry Brewer, i( I lackjrround. .fiighjients! at the Like many people, you may not realize that

230 SubDofl J James H. Pratt 3.95 are: Pres. David Bowers; I Sandra Joyce Brooks, Susan Esther i 1 lime of the wrjtine' : included Hol- quality air conditioning does far more than just

230 SubAof7 j L. J. & M. L. Williams 3.80. Mrs. Evelyn S. Arnold, our I Vice.Pres. Mike Rylant; Sec. Butler, James Lee Campbell, j 1 land in tulip time and a steamer 'bring you cooling welcome as cooling alone may

231 230 bAofJ bA of 1 'J/''aul Lindsey McGill 34 1.64ludolph 65filhe I Choral Director, this year as of in Laura Lathrop; and Tres. Pat Judy Sylvia Campbell, Jacqualine ]ride up the Rhine river. They be. It also dehumidifies and<|J gently circulates the

231 SubDofi I I Williams 30') I Irfrs. previous years, molded a group Bailey. The sophomores officersare Carter Alfred Benjamin Cook, j' 1 were leaving for Vienna the next air
231 SubN72'nlDofS I\ :! Robert Babb 1.71 i J Jtrs. high school students into. a topflight Pres. Freo Michael l Vice- I and thence to Italy and through every room. And it cleans and filters
%31ub CoflO !!, Robert ISabb 2.07be 'I j choral unit. ; ; III, .Charles Nims Corbett,,.Char-I : ay air-borne dirt and pollen to a remarkable degree.
112 BoflN2abotAof2 J 0. 8r R. L. Brown 1.64 Pres. Mary Fnmney; Bee. Ange I les Allen fourson uaroiyn trews, France.
232 232 Cof3N44'ofDof4 S 44' of C of 2; D of 3 )Iberta Patterson 45.75 Two weeks ago, a group of- our Shurley; and Tres. Mike Conner. John Buell Crisp, Vera Annette In short, with Carrier Air Conditioning your home

H of 3; N 44' of A :of 4 )Uberta Roberts 172.12 1 tetter Math students journeyedo In article last week, I mentioned I Crisby, Richard Charles DeSandro, The famed Conquistadores of can be 'a cool, dean, refreshing haven day and
232 If.50' of S 1S' of B of 4 1 1 eon & Francis Goodman 5353 1 Hilliard to match wits with my Miles Dow Bradenton in St. Augustine night this summer-and
Dickens were
Mary Ann many summers after!
50 I
245 5" 6 {C A. Tompkins the great of the (
24SSubC&Dof9 ]J lampton: B. '& Nancy Odom 64 6 )>ther gifted students of the coun- response I Dixon, III, Robert Walton Douglass I last weekend for a visit and it'stoo

248 lthru3: 9&10 I C::. A. Tompkins 41.93 I y. Those attending from F.B.H.S.vere Jr. Class members and their spon. Jr., Carolyn Gail Duncan,, I bad we shouldn't have enticed We offer low down payments-easy budget

250, Part of 4: NH of 3; : Steve Rich, Al Jones, Chip'Lee the Jr.-Sr. Promso I visit. This colorful terms. Come in or call for details.
in making for
Fraction of 7 (C:ardell & Ullith L. liuchan 63 258 N'jOf 8 J,' H. & Norma Rowe 4.31 1 Ted Steger, Jimmy Byrd, very successful. It was broughtto : thur Dunman, and Melba Frances group, all Bradenton busi- I
261 NH of3 .VIY\! & Margaret Morrow 986irnest Uargie Rauschert, Mike Rylant, have banded together to Carrier
2693 1 I A. & L. M. Davies 1 ** my attention that I failed to Durham. nessmen,
m t9&Sof20 ]I). 0. Haddock 193 llary Charles Mann, Kathy lIar- mention the parents who contributed Lucy Louise Dyal, Robert L promote their home area and its L. B. Reese
275 19 thru 22 & 6 thru 9 lee, Sandra Moore, David Dres- II to Jlernando DeSoto.
East of RR J'ohn & Elizabeth Stilt ell 7.06 their services unselfishly. Edens, James Kelly Freeman, ,, '
!'198&:1 ]J mmett C. Little 1.15 1;>ler and Jim Corbett. Sharon Raye Cough, Carol Sue They made a trip to Spain last & Co.

280 9 29&30 (C]J2f,5 =lerbert harles Clinch J. & Renner Ryals 1.64 1.64 From the results, it seems thatve They were; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gragg, Thomas Jerald Greeson,, I year and clan another this year.I Plumbing Heating

won everything but the Hil- Wood, Mrs. Margaret Oxley, Mrs. Linda Wynelle Guest, Christina would like to suggest that this
I We Service We Sell
ATLANTIC' Hir.HL.lNDS hard School house. In the area of Thada Bryce, Mr. and Mrs.' E. Roye Hall, Evelyn Carol Hall, i group be invited to visit here in
A SMH ,of I J ruanita H. Campbell be. 1104 S. 8th St. Phone 261-1892
eometry, Kathy Hardee placed P. Wilson, Mrs. E. E. Lewis, Dr.' Sharon Elizabeth Hall, Thomas I the near future and thereby
SABLE *: ROT1ICHILD and Mike Ann II aware of the equally
Rylant placed Hall Jr. Marsha come more
D 1.& EH of 2; NH! of EU of 4 i iASK1NS (eorge Sapp 7.61 I! and Mrs. Cecil Brewton, Mr. and Gordon '
I historical influence
j rifth. Steve Rich, Al Jones, and i t Hanson, Mary Ellen Harvey, Betty rich Spanish

OCEAN CITY I Chip Lee were first, second, and Mrs. V. E. Selph, Mrs. John Cle- Jo Herbert, Judith Ellen Hitch- here. -
26 4 :1 Irs. Clara T. White 6.59 I I
27 4 i(eorfe T. Davis; Lonnie H. Pope 6.59' t hird. Sandra Moore tied for see- land, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rylant. cock, Wayne Dewitt Howell, I -

21 5VEST' <(;eorge T. Davis; Lonnie II. Pope 6.59 c)md and third in the 9th grade I I My most humble apologies are' Rachel Annette Jacobs, Robert

:: PORT BEACH CASINO TRACT /Arithmetic category. Jim Corbett extended to these unsung heros. Wayne Jennings, Thomas David I E. J Johnson Jr.

&W75'ot29thru30 J ames D. & Ruth M. Gordon 183.94 vas fifth in the same group. Ted % Jones, Joe Lynn Joyner, Judith ,
J 5&8 i(: T. Davis 2301
eorge Iteger and Jimmy Byrd tied for "Marriage a committee of Ann Kear, Jerry Right Frank G.

BEACON TERRACE irst and second place in the Al- two on ways and means One Lambright .Jr., Francis Kennon (Continued from Page One)

J N50'ofAofll I C)sear Sorensen 5.5t :ebra group, while Margie Raus- has her way, the other providesthe Langford, Kendall Monrow Law- the positions I have ALL THE CASH YOU

BUCKS BEACH NO. 1 :hert captured the third place means." Charles Pike, Me- home, James Lamarr Lee, Linda taken.people It on would be my intentionto ;
8 ]! S. Dobbins 140.28
onors. bane (N. C.) Enterprise.George Joyce Little, Hilda Lucile Lovell,
14 1 I Catherine Arrington 7S.51 continue future commission activities
'36 ]I... A. & Joyce McKendree 143.61 John Robert Lovell, Benjie Delores with the welfare of the ,
98 ]!o1areia H. Cusumano 45.86 I Iamest OLD TOWN and Virginia Yvonne Mark-
Lyons, community primary objective -
1 SH of 6 T. Davis 1.38 my NEED TO REMODELS
5 10 & 12 thru 14 Floyd D. & Juanita G. Knight 1.54 and solicit the support of
1 1'&S1of2 ]J B. 6; clara G. Blount 88.50 McKendree Julia "
8 John Cook .72 Lynette ,
Joy all voters in the coming,: elections. I
REPLAT 13 I&: 2 Silver Construction Co. 50.07B. McKendree Shirley Ann
Johnson is Purchasing Agent I
14 3. 4 & SH of 5, 6 thru -
1 J 1. B. Meade 30.63
32 9, 11 & 12 J. Wilder; George T. Davis 10.23 McKendree, Glenda S. P. Morgan, for Container Corporation of America .. I

GEORGIA rERNANDINA BEACH NO. 1 18 1 & N4 of 5 George T. Davis 21 to 2 Mary Helen Mullis, Jack Edward and has been a resident of
18 3. 4 & 6 Altimese & Henry Reed 3.62B. ,
'.2 C 1.H.K.Corp. ..63I. 21 All lots (less ROW) J. Wilder & George T. Davis 8.31 Nelson, Lewis Kenneth Nolan, Jr., Fernandina since 1937. He resides :
3&4 ( H. K. Corp. .83 31 1, 2. 3 & NH of 5. Si! of 8 B. J. Wilder & George T. Davis 4.43 Frederick Glover Panke, Judith at 20 South 19th Street with Mrs. :
20 C 1..R.K.Corp.
631 34 3 & 4 B. J. Wilder & George T. Davis 2.40 Jean
27 (1. H. K. Corp. 68 I Lorraine Parker, Marcia i Johnson and their two children.: I
30 t;. II. K. Corp. 63 I ,IUTLOTSW Peacock, Joseph Terry Peterson, I
43 (:. H. K. Corp. 68 *
71 of
145' of S 136'V
45 C:1. H. K. Corp. ..63V. \ 71f of E 145 of Vennis Holt Pipkin, Jr., Marguerite '

110 \ 1. Hinson 4.00 S 136' of N t, of 2 John I,. & Lois J. Reid 13.30 Edith Rhatigan, Charlotte Jer- provement in grades during the
111 \V. 1. Uinson 50.76
4'aul 'Z.UE.TERR.CE NO. 1 rylene Robinson, Dexter Lee Row seniot year, and was also award.
GEORGIA FIRNANDINA llEACH: N l J. : 3IUTLOTS Theodore F. & Blandena B. Marsh land, James Franklin Rylant, Jr., ed the Most Outstanding in Athletics .
133 1 I E. Bibb 58.84
4451 Judith Louise Shef-
191 C:atherine c..:. Arringt\ft( 110.50 8 Paul E. & Cora Bibb 4520 Carol Schuett, for two years or more.
.. '218 !,Irs. Annie R. Po9ers SS.S5 field, Barbara Ann Shelton, Ken. Miss Kathy Walters and Dow I
245 J'arriett M. Dell 1.35 4larriett ) Elaine
neth Dale Simmons, Martha
244. 246 4: 247 ] M. DelI 3.04 Iicgin S. E. Cor. of 229. Dixon were recipients of the Dan- I
: W303'N 30E 75; N Smith Katie Mae Sterling, John ford Foundation Award. Receiv. I
rUMBY'S SUBDIVISION I36V; E ISO; S 136>i; Lester Stevens, Stephen Obed
.3&S'a0133 I roy W. Howard 15.73 E 78'; S30' to roc Arthur C. & Flora C. Markham 917 fair Kiwanis Service Awards were
33 &:33 \V. A. Pinckley 26010 E7801S13 of 229 Arthur C. & Flora C. Markham 5.00 Thomas, Carol Sue Thompson, Miss Walters and Ken Nolan. I
3& 'I{' A. Rimes: Hughlet Carter 64.47 Patricia Ann Thornton, Raymond
534 53 1,Irs. Harry J. Burnett 142.83 1;ADLER ESTATES Linda Lorine James Rylant] won the TAPPI
I 11 Eula R. Reynolds 7.61 Clayton Tippins, Jr., Award for his entry in the essay
AME LIGHTHOUSE: RESERVAT10 J r Turner, John William Vonnoh and
16 >{' m. McRae 49.58msley 5 EAV1EW Sl'B contest, received the school'sScience
M &::51 } C. & Kathryn LHaddock 1 14 thru 16; 17 thru 19 Kathleen Ann Walters. Award, and the American If you have a substantial equity in your
235.73 E of ROWEl C. E. & Edmee W. Layton 20.13 Miss Irene Louise Rauschert
% 1S&16 (;eorge E. & Margaret W. Tyson .83 in Absen Legion Award. :'
MARSHLANDSImmediately will receive her diploma home we can if you prefer, re-fina"nce your
: N. of Block 23! 24 Sthru8 ... George E. & Margaret W. Tyson 117 tia. Miss Carol Schuett, Valedictorian ,

: & .253&OuUutsl26&S. \ UUTH BEACH Sl'B CLASS NIGHT and Miss Katie Mae Sterling, present mortgage to provide the additional
of Egan cret-k. also *11 of 1 12 W. D. Morgan. 43.56 received the ..
Marshlands N. of Blk 250. .' 33 t J. T.. Jr. & Billie D. Holt 19.62 At annual Class Night held i Salutatorian, each \
... ;except to Lokey }Dbert Downtj 2.23 3 4 thru 9NPLATTED "\ James T. Holt. Jr. 630.89 Tuesday evening, awards were i Rotary Award for scholastic ex- funds needed'for a major project of emod.)
MIRAMAR IIEACU t: AREA presented to the outstanding stu I cellence. Miss Sterling was also eling expansion. Come in and talk it over.
'."> 5533I. : It arcia H. Cusumano 53.98 Begin N. W. corner of lot 91. dents. presented the Outstanding History I or
141 I rank R. & M. H. Cusumano 27.24 Muamar, W of N line for J5' Student Award from the
,u11 j'ankle D. Anderson Poarch 11.34 S 75'. E 125'. N 75' to POll Frankie D. Poarch 458 Receiving the Student Council I
: Itegm S. W. corner lot 46, 'Award was Donald Brazell, outgoing Amelia Island Chapter, United
OAK KOYK PLACE Miramar. W 125'. N 59.45, ;r I Daughters of the Confederacy, and
,; ... .22 (les l N 5') '1'. C. It Nancy Herring 11.06 E125'S59.43'toIPOB Camden Enterprises '1962 president. Miss Lucy Dyal,' j
\ ,:< i'ed O'Steen 1&42 u editor of the 1963 Year Book, the American Legion Award. j I FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS

OAK. LAWN PARK NO. 4 t NPLATTED AREA received the Annual Award. Other The Kraft Athletic Club Award I!

.....5. JJ C:rorge Chancey & Wife 29.26 1L >escribed in OR W, Pi. 213 ; David IL Britton 23JS Bonors bestowed Miss Dyal were : for the most valuable Pirate, boy, j

'' hA1:( CITNORTlI \'INDSOU PLACE NO. 1 ). 'J :;'' -the DAR Good Citizens Award, ]i went to Steve Thomas, and girl, j, : & LOAN ASSOCIATION ,

-33. II 1.. Robinson 297.16: 1.6 .< '" Hugh Jr. & Phi)liss J. Buchannan 77 J9 'the Rotary Award for the Best- to Miss Chris HalL j I J' ,(
is.I3,4.: F t. L. & B. E. Rob 1SOQ. 10.99 24 *.... Wuuam Catlin 57.3 All-Round, and the school's award I John Vonnah received the 'T-
202 Atlantic Phone 261.5302
74 C:rant W. Blum 1.51 Avenue "
g.1,2&N'of3; aurice & Jean Urmanec 14.37 J. CLAYTON SANDERS for the Best-AU-Round. school's Best All.Around Boy .'

i OCEAN CITY SOl'IU TAX COLLECTOR "Vennja Pipkin received theichool'i j Award and Miss Sharon Cough
S :3-3 "; r'ank E.. Jr. & E. M Waiters 116.%$ CITY Of FERNANDINA BEACH.

I I .*..,''.t'..",.. FLORIDA '; ,' ..'I award for the most im- the School Spirit Award .

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\ I ,_ Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 30,' 1963 Page Seven
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I Sports SlantsBY Offshore fishing Club To form flotilla

I CURT GORDON !' ftf4 nY Saturday To Locate Artificial/ / Reef Site

Stewart Pikula belted another bringing in quite a few rock fish -- I BY COMMODORE E. B. PHILIPS this expedition is the location of
hornerun last week for his Senator and sheephead. These fine catches The Fernandina Beach'Offshore the large wreck upon which the

team and this time the bases have been on dead bait. Sheryl Redlegs Win 7-4 Fishing Club, with the very able : artificial reef will be located.

were loaded. There are many major Jones is still the leader in the assistance of Howard Hammondand Club members have rounded up

league players today who wish .Drum Contest which was spon 1 v tlr Over Hornets For his Jetty Jumping skindners, ; over 300 tires, and many of them
they could do the same thing and sored by the Nasau Boat Club. will again go out to locate and have been bound together and

we imagine Stewart got as much i ft buoy the offshore wrecks which I weighted with cement ready for

a thrill as any of the big time Ii Bud Holt is really excited at League 1 st PlaceThe j are prime fishing spots. dumping on the reef site.
boys would. the way fish are biting at the I All fishing and boating enthusiasts i i We still need more tires, but

I Ocean Pier lately. Bud says trout .. KAC Redlegs scored an- : are urged to bring their boat 'the greater need at the presentis

Mark Haddock, all-around Red are biting in the early morning &x ri other come-from-behind Little i I to the Welcome Station at 8:00: old bricks and cement to go

leg player, smashed out a base I along with pompano and blue League victory Monday after i a.m. Saurday, June 1, to join in with the concrete to weight down
hit to win a ball game in the final i fish. He say live bait is being noon as they trounced the Lions I the hunt. Each boat should be the tires. A Jacksonville man has

inning last week, and a hit in the' used along with artificial bait. Hornets 7-4 in a battle for first I equipped with a grappling hook donated an entire concrete dairy

late innings in another game kept i The Pier is open at five o'clock in place in the league. The two weighed with a short link of chain barn, but as jet we have foundno

a rally alive for his team. I Itt the mornings for the convenienceof teams have been tied for first and a long tow line. The more way to get it moved. The majority -
you fishermen and will open place. boats we have the more wreckswe '! of our tires have come from

Young's Softball team, City I earlier as the days get longer. Terry Rowe and Lee Godwin will locate and the faster the ,the SI. and X Truck City just

Champions for 19G2, have a good j '* I hooked up in a pitcher's duel as job will be done. You do not haveto north of Ihlliard. Mr. and Mrs.

start for another successful season I Potts Fish Camp reports that WINNERS OF LAST YEAR'S SOFTBALL CROWN, and ,already serving notice that the two fast bailers struck out 13 be a member of the Club to be I( Horn of Amelia City have donated

as they have won the first \ Barbara Nightingale and Mrs. they are the team to beat this year, are the R. H. Young's, Inc aggregation. Pictured, batters paiece but Godwin did t welcome! : an old barbecue grill for the

two games played this season. It Beck brought in 48 mixed bream left to right kneeling, Wayne Dotson, Nat Smith, Tommy Jones, Arthur Renshaw Carl I not allow but one single. Each I One of the' prime targets of cause. Firestone Store in Fernan-
that the league could last week. Joe Morris landed a pitcher walked six batters. : dina Beach is the prime supplier
appears Jones and Bill Cox. Standing, 1 to r, Billy Rowland, Jimmy 'Horne, Bryant Tucker, I i
have another team or two capableof fine five-pound black bass. Bill The Redlegs scored 2 runs in : in scoring their 8 runs and the I of tires in town.
Gino Powers, Jimmy Roland, and Lewis Harper Not present for picture, Ray Perry
winning over the tough Crab- i Thompson caught 20 large mixed PHOTO BY T. H. KING I the second to take the lead, on Braves garnered 7 to score 12 i i I It is strange that people from
Lers, but that remains to be seen. bream and Mrs. Betty Potts found I *" singles by Ricky Jones and Lee runs. out of town have given us more

'* ; fishing so good that she broughtin gone to Class AA, therefore, do I I --1 1I Key, but the Hornets came back Ii, Carl Harris and Mike Douglasgot : assistance: to date than those at
Terry Rowe and Lee Godwin; 15 large mixed bream. All kinds not desire to play Fernandina Young's CapturesTwo Golf Association to go ahead with four runs in the two hits apiece to lead the home. Let's, get on the ball, local
probably the best two pitchers in'' of bait are available at the Camp. Beach although Bolles was finally I I I I third on four errors, three walks Brave hitters while Carlton Gei- folks. You ask us to shop at homei

Little League this year, hooked put on the schedule. There are ) Wins i and a single by Charles Holton. ger, Tommy Skipper and Dennis I i how about the merchants helping -
As 1963
up in a pitcher's duel Monday af : The Pirate football slate has i iI I so many schools in Jacksonville i iI Names Teams For Ij I I Singles by Jones and Mark Had. Little shared in the hitting. i! to keep us at home! We are
for next I dock scored in the fifth, Clint Rich Burbank and not asking for anything valuable
ternoon with Godwin getting the been completed season. : now that they do not have to j one run Billy
decision over Rowe. Both pitchers Probably the big game on the i i leave the city limits to have a full j Softball BeginsThe Best then doubles by Lee Godwin, 1 I Larry Knowles got the three Jet ,, just that you take the time to
struck out 13 opponents. I schedule is Douglas, Georgia, i schedule. Ball Tourney : Phil Alday and Mark Haddock, i! hits with Burbank's hit being a i help a little! ,

A" playing here in a return match + # I along with a single by Jones, I I triple. I I Let's have a large flotilla of
Mrs. Skipper reports from the: from last season. We should havea Steve Solomon had himself a 1962 City Softball Champ Cecil Loptien, tourney chairman scored four runs to win 'the game. : Score by innings: i boats at the Welcome Station at

Nassauville! Fish Camp that complete sellout on that night. : real good night Tuesday at the ions, Young's Crabbers, took up of the Fernandina Beach Men's : Lee Key and Ricky Jones had Jets 100 034 835 8:00 a.m., Sat. Don't sit back and

Croaker, trout, rock fish and II i iI I j Little League park. He tossed a where they left off' last season Golf Association, announced to ; three hits apiece to top Redleg Braves 640 020 12 7 2 ,: let the other fellow do the job

sheephead are biting real well. Coach Wayne Benner has been I' one-hitter as his Cub team trounced and have captured their first two day that competition has been I, batters with Robert Godwin and Rich and Cover; Skipper, Brown )i saying that you will help out on

Mr. Taylor from Hilliard had a I very busy getting his basketball I! the Senators, and also hit a outings of the season by defeat- scheduled for Saturday, June 15. : Mark Haddock getting two. Lee '! and Douglas. I the next trip!
fine catch last Saturday along' schedule lined up for next season I homerun with the bases full to ing Chem-Cell 10-3 and edging Teams have been earned and I Godwin and Phil Alday had one I I -

with a six-pound bass. Parties ) and is finding it another job. All help score the 14 runs. KAC, 108. the tourney will be run the same hit each. 1 I
from Jacksonville have been of the Jacksonville schools have +. & Jr Gene Powers, ace righthanderfor i as the highly popular tourney on I Charles Holton got the only 11

.. Billy Miller and Ricky' Jones Manager Carl Jones' Crabbers, April 27, which saw 58 players I hit for the Hornets.

are the leading hitters in the Senior I was on the mound to pick up both engaged in the competition. 1! Score by innings: I
victories. Powers allowed Chem- Each will Redlegs 020 014 7 12 6' DISTillED WATER
and Little Leagues, respectively. team have a captain I i
Miller is hitting a mammoth I: Cell only five hits, but was nick who will play from scratch. Three Hornets 004 000 4 13 I
ed for 10 base blows by KAC.In other L. Godwin and Jones Rowe and
63 COMET Ml while Jones is leading the) golfers make up the ;
other Softball action for the
foursome with each Burton.
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Cubs 4 3 only three hits made by the Camp' Entry fee is $1.00 and $100 in ; The Methodist Braves outlasted I
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Top Ten Batters hit safely for KAC. I ATLANTIC AVENUE
follows: pitchers walked a total of 17 Jets
R. Jones, Redlegs .565 Simmons, Mullis, Seagraves,I I I :Andy Anderson, Captain; Al I while the Jet pitcher walked ten.
C. Harris, Braves .524 Knight and Hickox collected the
Bodine, Franklin Jones, Cecil The Jets colJected only three hits
Shurley, Cubs .500 five hits made by Porter's in I t --
MERCURY SAVINGS' [ TIME McDonald, Cubs .473 their loss to the Box Plant as Brewton. :'
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Page' Eight :1ews-Leader",!.Fernandina 3each; Tlcrida ;... Thursday, May 20, 1953 I II L LI _L F -' -T- '- .' ---- lXT--. ----I'---_. .t"M..," -::rwiL": : :J: : .

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Hornets Defeat Rotorhins Beat 'I Haddoetts I SiiIqIeI I ti r tOI$ 1 I:

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t Cuss 1 12-6 'Wit], Kiwanis: Annual.. ,Gives Redleqs 8-7 i ,

Rowe ,On Mound I Gtlf Tturnement ,Win Over Braves [i KIDS s t nue I"eRe: ::

: Mark Haddock's 'single, with .1 F ,I
';Terrr Rowe, ace lefthander for 'I In-the annual one-day golf tournament the bases loaded, i Idrove in the ['I ';
the Lions Hornets, struck out 11 last Saturday the 'Rotary winning runs to give the Redlegs'' WEEK I'N
Cubs and walked only 5 in pitching Club defeated the. Kiwanis Clubby I an 8-7 victory over the Methodist t WJWCjAi28i;I
his team to a 12-6 victory ; a score of 60 .to 22 'points. Braves. The Redleps won with a.

over the 'Chem-Cell Cubs. FJet-| Play was in. foursomes with three run rally in the last of the ;; AT ,..- 1; .,':ft
cber Shurley and Steve Solomon ; both individual matthes'and team I, sixth. I "" .f I
proved to be tough as mound opponents matches. The Braves leading 7-6" W1NNDIXIE- FR'EE
| were YOU GET
fpr < :
owe as they did not .
Results: of the competition were coing into the final inning when
allo\] {.lhe Hornets but three hits. I as ,follows: Lee Godwin opened the frame o D STO R FOR EVERY DIME YOU. SPEND at WINN-DIXIE 'I
I Ho\wer f fifteen bases on balls i i with sinyle..Ed Cook hit by'' ... .
The Kiwanis team of Rudy a was : ':" ,. '
IssueS by the two caused their Quantity Rights tfeseryed *..;''''' '*'" ,,. tt. *'''$S'" ,...
York and Jack Vann had 7 pointsto a pitched ball, Phil Alday walki i 1st :+t ." r&y;: f tyft: :
downfall 2 point for the Rotary team I' ed, loading the bases and settingthe ; Prices Good Thru, um? .../ I II'I
Five nails, an error and a "f Buddy .Burgess and Tommy stage for Haddock's blow to j W1NN DIXIE STQRES, +fMC .ttc !I
single by Rtn\e the Hornets COPYRIGHT 19 3
: save
Shave.: drive in the winning runs. 1 ** *
7 runs in the second inning, thena / ,
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; The ,Ro.tarteam of Ken Fore The Braves took the lead in the ; \
single by Rowe and a double by Rev.. .: ..': ., .1'1 ..
hand and John Jones won ball game with four runs in the >: '' Center "4
Rocky 'Daugherty accounted for .
over Kiwanians ,Herb Bailey and first inning and appeared headed'fora Slices t.. "
two-more in the fourth. The final
Wesley Arnold I 6) to 3. ; victory until the final frame. ; \
three scored by the winners
runs Raturjans John Gregory and Carlton Geiger singled, Carl ..Harris !
came without a base hit. Hob .Ph'n' ''ev topped Cordon 'But :: doubled, Al Talbird singled, t i
Two walks and doubles by Ron. '
ler and ,E; teen Corbett 6 to 3. Mike .Douglas singled and Bruce
and Steve Solomon
McDonald !
nit The team of Newt Roberts and ,, Gregory singled: in the opening
and a single by Fletcher Shurley
: Otis Lynch. Rotirans, bested K'wanians ,. inning to get the runs across the'
scared two runs for the Cubs in v I Ia
Tom Digby and Bob A4a
tjfe first. Single by Mike Ashe I plate. i qP fix' 6 !
,7 ,to 2. .
ud} Shurley scored another thesecond. Oek. A walk and a single by.Douglas
:The Rota',team otDan.Dauirn- I Small !
Shurley's third hit fCQr l' in the fourth gave the Braves another Smoked
.prfr"and ,Dick Galnhin had ll&to ,
tlje fourth Cub run in the fourth run and singles by Harris, 4 y
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With singles by McDonald ,and twig '4>* /or ,\aniari..on.: Gregory and Talbird accountedfor

? 4.rNpllingsworth'and, Chester. : two runs in the fifth. ;
Salomon scoring: the final two. 4nv .'. i
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t 'e sixth. I A double by Lee Godwin ,and a H.AMI
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Rowe collected: two hits and single by Phil Alday scored two
Jones puiewd winners Aver
Ujpugherty one for all the hits runs for the Redlegs in the third.
J\iwpnianc Bob,Fe n-eira 'an'd .BrYan
nude by the Hornets. Sharley ltd A single by Lee Key and a triple I Y
'Maxwell 8 to 1.. 4 1<
the Cubs with three hits uhile1'] '. by Ricky Jones sent two more I !
McDonald and Solomon had two ;Houston Sapp and' Frank Redleps!,! home in the fourth. A. SHANK
Hawks. Rotamns.. ,were winners{
hits apiece. Ashe and Larry CIIIgut ) : walk, an error and a single by ; PORTION ..
their match v'th' John Wevsner
l in i
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the other Cub hits. Jones in the fifth scored two' .
andFred: CooJwJvhvamani, 9-0. j jThe '
Score b/ innings: : I runs for the winners. I
had Rotarians Harry I '
Hornets 070 230 12 ;3 Z > windup Lee Godwin and Ricky Jones 'lB.
Sahlman Chuck 'Flenn'ken
Cubs210 111 092 :
Bush collected two hits apiece to :
:Rowe and Burton; Solomon andGass ivinnng over Kjwanians.Jim 1 the Redlegs at the plate with Lee :
Douglas ;j and Stan Tarlton. | and Mark' Had : >
I Key, Phil Alday : -
'Jack Vann cantata for the
was .
'\iwanians I : and Harry Sahlman dock sharing in the winner's hit ': Whole ,or .Butt Half LB. 450 '

Alvarez Pitches ;VJK captain for the Rotarians. ting.Carl I"
Harris, Al Talbird and '
Both teams are already point. Bruce Gregory got three ,hits REG.'98<' SUNNYLAND CENTER or BREAKFAST &. \
To 6-4 'Win : :hg ..for next year's encounter and apiece'to lead the Braves in hitting I
Stags$ toe: hf\vanians vow 'reve fle.j
with, hike Douglas gettingtwo
------ Sliced Ham. 79 I
and Carlton 'Geiger one. 'LB
Over Redbirds to'and walked 4 while ,Oliver I'i Score by ,innings: rergsl, rtrv '
!trwkfout si?' and walke.d'S. Braves '- 400 120 7 12 SRedlegs -\L
The Stags edged the Redbirds; ';')Iillk l led the 'St' $ in hitting 022 022 8 7 4
fonda afternoon in Senior Lea 1,itb' three,hits while Hank BaiPV ; 'Douglas and Talbird; L. Key I
g+ue play, 6-4, in a fine game .betioen -' ,1 l '.&fo\ 'two and Allen'one Mike I I', 'and Jones. aka
the leaders in the Senior ';)?5ice, 'Morris, Bervl Rice, Barry II F ; 4

league race. q Rice' :arufVjnfon' Harris. got' the Pikula'sHomer I c ;
: Benny Alvarez and Ricky 'OH.' 1'lye ;Redbfrd ..hits..Score ,

ver tied up in a ,pitcher's duel I ,: I i'
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by innings:' To ,
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tfith Alvarez getting: the ,best of? :Sparks 'FULL CUT' BONELESS. ., ROUND : % .
the cpntest. He allowed the Red.:I S ': .- 103.000, 2 6' 6 2 ': "
birds five hits while his teammates -r I r thirds ':-.300 010 ,O-.L.5' 3 i,14-5 Win ,Over Jets NOT BUT
collected six off the offerings k ,Alvarez: and Conner;' Oliver: I j Steaks LB 8S"NOT THIS THIS THIS t '
of Oliver. Alvarez struck opt r II nd. ]Barry Rice. i Stewart Pikula's -bases-loaded :
-. -_ .. -'"P -- ...""" .. n s pa eked, .the 1'-iwanis'i i'UUIUC :

( Senatorsru to a 14-5 victory over FLAVORFUL CLOSE TRIMMED.CHUCK t. < 'S'.:: .
the Rotary Jets. >Pikula's blast .
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,.I .", k fifth'Fikula for} led the the Jets.Senators with a II ," J 4. :AstorCoffee \ 1 L i Detergent :

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Senators 217 .130.- 14 12 11 ,? Limit one with $5.00. food :- \ Limit one with $5.00 food .
62 I >
Jets 102 0205
: :. (\ order or-more 7' ./! order or more : '
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cleans rollers end u ,t., t ti i Total ; .

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I News-leader, Fernandina Beach"} Florida Thursday, May 30, 1963 Page Nintf(
I II Nassau SCO Has
ethodist Braves !c-
Walker's ranch where staged by the 1st Armored Divis-
Hamp I Isaac Wise Jr.
I' Cpl. of the 74th annual. Armor
r:'C shown 100 ion as part
Tour And was a acre I
Farm group
I I and Hornets 8-4 lXvri..J lake. In addition to this I: In Attack ExerciseAt Association conference.

Walker stated that he was I Corporal Wise entered .thq*
rt Ft. Hood TexasFort
Fish Fry May 23 the process of building two ad \ I' in November 19G1, cam *
loss I II
[ Wednesday lakes which will give him I Hood, Tex. (AHTNC) basic training at Fort Gordon ,

I : A" 6 An afternoon farm tour, 150 acres of water. The I Army Cpl. Isaac M. Wise Jr, 23,I Ga., and is a gunner! in Battery -->
The Methodist Braves handed sored by the Nassau Soil acre lake will probably be' of Yulee, took part in a firepower !, C of the 73d Artillery's 1st".
he Lions Hornets their second servation District, was enjoyed I to fishing next March. demonstration, termed the Battalion at Fort Hood, Tex. ...
: oss of the Little League'season farmers, ranchers, business stop'T The final stop was made on most comprehensive attack exercise !; The son of Mrs. Cynthia M.
ast Wednesday afternoon as they I civic leaders last Thursday.The I' property of Container Corp., I. presented since World War I Wise, Route 1, he attended Yulce
.llefeated the League-leaders, 84.pfhe .". .. .... :k I tour began at the John Johnson, Container i II, at Fort Hood, Tex.. early in High School and was employedby
Braves scored all 'of their t 2 q : showed some very good Rayonier Inc. before entering
uns in two innings to rack up ;, 11 I tion dairy and beef cattle i I management practices I I May.The demonstration, which included I the Army.
the victory. & \ ; .. ,.,., ,I of W P. Wright, where the canals for woodland
< ., .tt.l. ...,." I
Carlton Geiger, Carl Harris andAl ., ''; "("...:..':, 1 I'.observed some very good I e, planned with Soil Con-I armor, infantry, artillery I

I Talbird singled in the first I .J 1 ... lIf''t '::?.:\.':.... ..,...' I I II. management for beef cattle District assistance.The I and tactical air_ support units, wa i
> '
nning to get three runs across '..' : : ::::.< duction. group then returned to i BE CAREFUL
the plate for the Braves, and four I ,. : I I The second stop was on J. I I where Tom Ford, chair-I ty. James Melton, vice president
walks and singles by Tommy : Bennett's farm where the of the Nassau Board of Dis- of the Florida National Rank of tjr I WITH FIRE.
Freeman and Bruce Gregory accounted M I saw a well constructed 3.9 ; Soil Conservation Super- Fernandina Beach, presented to YOU CAN'T
for five more runs in the I kY.;,7x1 .I farm pond, designed by Soil '' gave the welcoming ad-: Roy Munhee the outstanding
fifth for the winners. I st xI servation Service technicians He introduced Frank Hill,I farmer of the year award and a a,\ BUY BACKA
Terry Rowe's single and a sacrifice I years ago. Bennett stated that Forester, who in turn pre- $25 bond.J. 4 FOREST!
by Rocky Daugherty gave I pond was producing \
I John F. Goodbread with a B. Bennett presided over a
the Hornets a run in the second, fishing. icate for outstanding wood- i delicious fish fry, served to about
then a walk, a single by Bill? The tour included another conservation in Nassau Coun-185 eager eaters
Stewart and a double by Daugh I

erty accounted for three more I I ..
runs for the Hornets in the ,

fourth.Al Talbird did the pitching for :: GOLDEN
the Braves and walked only two J (
men while striking out seven.
I Charles Holton and Bill Leeper i ,
C shared the pitching duties for' SHERIFF H. J. YOUNGBLOOD shows just how a "master hush puppy technician" operates -
t and allowed only, Southern delicacy in the at last Friday'sfish
the Hornets as he eases a batch of the tasty pease
seven hits but walked 12 Brave I' frv at Ten Acres. The well-attended event was sponsored by members of theSheriffs J
batters. Water Safety Patrol. Getting a lesson in the culinary art were Patrol mem- FESTw :
Tommy Freeman and Bruce McKee, Roy Jackson, John Bodine (in background : )

with Gregory 2 hits topped each with the Brave Geiger hitters, Harris -i I hers, as),shown Youngblood, I -to--,r-,and Hubert Clark-Lee Brookins.--, Leroy : ::w; ; Vcwwff : !

and Talbird getting the other I ---- -

Brave, hits. I I Graduates Will Love I Falcons Upset Mixed Doubles I JUNE 6. 7 8. 9 (
Billy Stewart and Rocky I
led the Hornets with two That Extra Special
; BY H. B. ELLIS, JR. I "'
hits, with Billy Leeper, Charles : Gift From Robison Stags 8-7In.1s1
WEEK OF 5.28
Holton, David Bowers and Terry Total GREAT DAYS OF FUN Q
Rowe hitting safely fur the Hor-I Graduation time is near, and]
Loss of SeasonThe ream Standings W L Pins
for son or daughter, relative
nets.Score your 'o. 6 12 4 !9 JI<*,,55
by innings: I friend, what better way to say
Braves 300 500 8 7 2' congratulations than with a gift Ford Falcons upset the lea- [sadden Lanes 11% 4% 10120 IN THE FLORIDA SUN
8 8 9909STo. !
hornets 010 300 4 7 0 of permanence from Robisor gue-leading Stags in Senior baseball \Mary Kay's
Talbird and Douglas; Holton, Jewelry Company. play last Wednesday, 8-7, in 2 6 10 9740o.

Leeper and Burton. They have a wide selecion of a game that saw plenty of verbal food* 4 Fair 5 5% l0ila 11 9663 9420; Ocean Bathing Surf, Sound, River and Deep Sea Fishing Golf p
well good ball playing
nationally advertised watches action as as
, from $12.95! up, lighters, billfolds,, by the teams. Mary High Kay's Team, Games 2587Hadden Tennis Bowling GoKartsBoating Skating Sightseeing ab :
I Nor Is The Time To i Samsonite luggage, jewelry, and The Stags jumped off to an ear- Lanes 2474 .
I many, many more gift ideas. ly 5.0 lead over the Falcons, but ,. 2466 f -
Remodel or Repair I and Mrs. Robison invite the winners fought back to score t'o. 4 i Trail""
I Mr. High, Ind. 3-Games Fernandina Beach Florida "On the Buccaneer
you to come in, make your selec 8 runs in the final 3 innings to C. Skidmore / 693 ., .. .
36 tion, and take advantage of their rack up the victory and hand the I O. Saunders G81( .
Stags their first loss of the sea '
free gift wrapping service and<3 3. Doland 672; \

M MonthsTo budget terms, if you like. son.Mike Pikula did the pitching for *o. 4 High, Team Game 901. i JUNE J 6-7-8-9

Pay Remember, when you think oi the winners and struck out five Mary Kay's 897ladden :
: gift-giving, think of Robisor l while walking five. He allowed 7 Lanes 831

Fernandina Lumber Jewelry Company. 'adv, hits.Billy High, Ind. Game $5,000. iNViTATIONAL GOlf TOURNAMENT "
Miller and Mike Conner L Skidmore 251'
& Supply shared the mound duty for the O. Saunders 238! .
I South 3rd St. Phne 261-3641 Trade At HomeHOMECOMING
Stags and were nicked for seven II. Ellis 238
by I
---- -- - -- hits including a triple High Scratch Bowlers
-- -
--- ---- -- Pikula. Ladies I $1,000 TO LOW PRO $1,000 IN AMATEUR PRIZES

Benny Alvarez topped Stag hit- ,' Heanbr Flint 167-486 %
ters with 3 hits with Miller, Con Selma Hodge 158452Grare !
ner, Johnson and Mills collecting ; Joyce 181-448
... Fox led the Falcons with i Cleber Skidmore 204-557' ,

: Bible Baptist Church Johnson three hits getting with two Pikula.apiece.and Bob. roger)Orville Hadden Saunders 200 173--522 486:( :June I 6 4 DAYS-JUNE 6-7-8-9 :

Score by innings: 'o* 1 .
I Stags 320 002 0 7 7 3 AT HADDEN LANES .
SUNDAY, JUNE 2,1'963 Falcons 000 025 1 8 7 3 ACAPiTOL

Miller, Conner and Conner, 7:30 P.M. AMATEUR EXTRAVAGANZA :
HEAR Combs; Pikula and Fox. ,




i o '...JW0Wcf*WT: AU-WS 15,Of OHJKE I Tallahassee The underlying AT MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM :
I ONE OF 1 IE 6CWHST Wf!MIES\ OF OUR fWRSfrITS ,!push and shove among the higher
REV. TOMMY THOMPKINS / AM EKf MY WI04 SOU education schools in the state
STATESKOKO, GEORGIA ORa 55N5S!u! cry seldom gets to the surface.
: I \, A RES-JUT Cf i
: 7:30 P.M. SUNDAY EVENING :' I Its reality was pointed out recently Friday 5:00: P.M. LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL .
;t!. I in an unusual letter from
0IIEUt i I Stanton D. Sanson of the Council Senior Division Forest Hill Redbirds vsBohannon's :
THE FAMOUS of 100 to Dr. J. Wayne Reitz,, 71 ..
oflorida. June Stags
"' resident of the University

> Sanson noted that the legislature I

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I }UhNESAny verything has'"opened in the up state spending except for & 7:30 P.M. LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL :

I '2:30 P.M. SUNDAY AFTERNOON: MAti ligher education which will proli- J
o bly get a little more than they Junior Division'KAC Redlegs vs Kiwanis \

\ # have gotten previously, but will Senators / '
A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS EVERYONE ups lot get what they should." .
I then noted that
Sanson "you
': Rev. John U. O'Xeil, Pastor 429 S. 6th St. Thank Senator-for reminding j
us to be careful! i iy and Gordon Blackwell (presidentf .
I f Florida State University) have
i! _. -. -' --1 1II pent so much time on your leg- 10 A.M. SIDEWALK '
-, -, j slators, selling them on the fact Saturday 'I
I ,
I hat two universities can do '
Life's, a breeze under a Cblprweld ;g I the entire your job for the state, that June 5 P.M.AT RECREATION CENTER "
II .r. a great deal of confusion may result 8 ,
: zY ;:: I I
find that
and you may you
I I "'. i",.>",,.<<. I I lay not get the benefit of the 1:30 1 P.M. TURTLE RACES i' :
effort that has been
I Mark II : ;; .' lade in behalf of education gen- .
'I. '
I -', oJ' AT THE BEACH .
: 'r: : ;: ,
contended that "only
.I trough Sanson the support of all higher :.. 3:30 P.M. LITTLE MISS FIESTA PAGEANT
: education would your institutions
I I II i et the sustenance and nourishment .. I AT MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM
need do out- "
that they to an t'
I I < .
j -

h Ii i I I sanding Sanson job.said the Council has : : 8:00 P.M. DANCE FOR THE TEEN AGERS

I! supported the University of Flora -
Ii i I and FSU "but has also supported :*: ; STREET DANCE AT THE BEACH
number of other things .
: a ">
that are vital and important to < : :
I: this state. At no time have I ever 9:00 P.M. GRAND FIESTA BALL AND PARADE OF
i noticed that you or Gordon have I
--- I been very vocal! in support of THE BEAUTY QUEENS
I these objectives. The result is ...
I that you have a Legislature now
in which the members to which AT MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM
I. you have been close are trying to
nock down every other proposal
and, naturally, this promotes reciprocation ;
Life as far as your proposals Sunday
Cool breezes are all you'll feel as you relax outdoors protected by are concerned." ,

time Colorweld Aluminum

COLORPORTS ARE. Sanson of the suggested Legislature a special on education session --. June 9 1:00 1 P.M. BOAT RACES

which would give the state-
Guaranteed leakproof Inexpensive,' goes up fast \ ide program scrutiny.A I i AT CITY MARINA J> # .

Available to last tmd last between the older,I "
in delightful colors to Strong enough conflict ;
suit your taste established schools, and the new: : : :: i 2:45: P.M. BAND CONCERT4Wfcj. 'j
ones, to a degree, was inevitable. : i
i 0 town Payment 24 To 36 Months To Pa Y In the past the University of '
Florida has received a big share I .-.. : .. AT THE BEACH -
Five & Hardware of f the money. Gradually, pressure -i '* ;1 ;
Grocery will. Perhaps build from it is the good newer that ,:i iShools. .. I .:. ":\t 3:15 P.M. MISS GOLDEN CROWN FIESTA PAGEANT

Ire Points one 161.20 this conflict comes into the open ': AT THE BEACH
discussion of it will eventual-I'I'and
Iy lead to better things.
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Page Ten New .Lea Fernandina Beach Florida 30 *" c:
I er. Thursday, .May 1963 ( : % JftiUVUUk
:J Description o! Land See. Tp. Ef._ Acres Ga'au Taxes I

': -"' '. \ -_ "' >,.j.;f wd Costs At The Churches -
Annunl of
NOTICE OF TAX SALENOTICE Description of Land Sec. Tp. R;. Acres Owner. Taxes CO. FDNA. BEACH NO. 2

and Costs Lot 206 & NH of 207 Dell Harriett M. 13770 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ,ST. PETER "CLA YER'S

PT. of Lot 9 In or 3 Pg.-248 Co. Rec. # Lot 244 Dell Harriett Merle 507 CHURCH I .
is hereby erven that on .the 3rd day of June 19 3. at 12-00 noon U2NS E. E. Sapp 824 Lot 245 Dell Harriett :Merle 507 CHURCH

at the Courthouse. Fernandura Teach County of Nassau. State of Florida. PT. of Lot 9 la or 10 pg. 433 Co. Lot 246 Dell. Bamett Merle 5111 Ret. John Dozier, Pastor I Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th .
tax certificates will be sold on the fl\l1M\'inr described land to pay the Rec. 14 2N 28 Sapp Dr. E. E. & M. F. 8.24 I Lot 247B1Ok Dell. Harriett Merle 507 7:30. a.m.
.Sunday _
amount due for taxes herein set opposite the name together with the costs PT. of Lot 9 In DB 255 Pg. 63 Co. Rec. 1 Lot 17 Sadler Estates Jones R. E. 9UO 8:30 A.M.
of uch sale and advertising costs. SubLots39&88: 142N26 Wihford. Franklin E. &: C 8.24:! Block 2 Lots %2. 23. 24 Sadler EstatesIn SenleU. F. JI. 6S10 Worship Services; llvu A. M. 'Sunday Mass __ 2nd, 4th Ii I
In DB 251 Pg. 162 Co. Rec. 2 3 26 4 Alberta Chester W. 14.98 DB 275 Pg. 430 Co. Rec. (Ex Parcel 11:30
Sunday ajn.
Sunday School! *:45 A.M.
Amount 01 Iln DB 153 Pg. 408 Co. Rec. (Less 24 No.1)) (Ex N4 of Parcels 2 &: Mn or ;
Description of Land Sec. Tp. Rg. Acm ., Owner- Tsifand A) 2 3 26 19 Mitchell Buster L. 571 22 Pg 376 Co. Rec.) 14 3 29 1 Paramount Investment Corp. Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M. S *

I Costs In DB. 153 Pg. 409 Co. Rec 2 3 26 1 Mitchell. Iluster L. .88 13.43 PINB GROVE BAPTIST j
In DB 275 Pg. 464 Co. Rec. 20 3 29 Poarch. Frankie D. Anderson *
In or 18 Pg. 46 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 Sanders. Carl J. &: Flora J. 4.13
,BtLDVUV HEIGHTS UNIT A 11:5 23 In or 18 Pg. 295 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 Perry. Johnny Lee5481 1518 ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN I CHURCHRev.
II In or 20 Pg. 570 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 Kartlett. F. E. & Maria Jams Lot 91 Miramar each Poarch, Frankie D. Anderson CHURCH A. Z. Knight, Pastor
Block 16 Lots 39. 40, 41. 42, 43 t 44 Sagass. Olaf 1.64 55.31 2158
Illork D Las 2910 .32 Saur. Miss L. 126 In or 20 Pg. 574 Co. Ree. 42 2N 27 Latham, James W. &; Gladys HAMIJYS SUB. Amelia City Near Intersection !Sunday School .._.___ 9:46 a.ra.

In DB 178 Pg. 257 Co. Ree. 12 IN 23 I Green. Mattie 18.61 <.. 73.41 AU Morning Worship ....... .... 11 a-m
Lot 1 5 2N 23 57 Darby F. W. 14JJ8Johns. In DB 167 Pg. 154 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 J acksoJl': Francena :.31 t'Lot53.55 I i-'
In or 23 Pg. 192 Co. Rec. 27 2N 23 Marquard 1. &: Itettv Lot34S'jolI2 fr Howard. Rov W. 32.51 A. F. Gerbhardt Pastor i 1 Training Union ._- 7:00 p.m.

Jean 172 YL'LEE FARMS SUB. Lot 40 : Pinckley, William. trace A.) 366&.00 26McAteavey. !":OO a.m. Morning Service 1 I vening Worship 8:00 p.m.
Lot 38 132310 Neilson, Mrs. Charles M. 3.39
( Block 5 Lot 4 N. 15 PL of 5 Ocean City Brooks. J. L. 137.70 9:00 School 1 IVed. Night Prayer
Lot 42 1 323l0 Bradley &: Bailey 3.39 p r. of Lot 1 in or 4 Pg. 23 Co. Rec. a.m. Sunday
Lot 31 132310 Gibson. B. M 3.39 42 2N 27 1 Driver Harold Clifford &: Jane OCEAN CITY SOUTH PORTION ; Meeting -. 8 p.m.
Lot 8 II 3 23 10 Krog. Herbert A. 3.39 M. 8.74 .I. ,
In or 20 Pg 439 Co. Rec. 14 1 23 % Johnson John N. &: JuliaL. Sub. Lot 2. of Lot 1 in DB 273 Pg. 436 MEMORIAL METHODIST Wednesday:
Clock 15 Lot 5 Lee. Thad S Jr. i V. !I. 14.66
19.11 Rec. CHURCH r.-45 Prayer Meeting
Co. 42 2N 27 Carter James C. &: L. C. 4.63 -
Lot SO 1332310 Flowers. Ruth A. 303 PT. of Lot 8 In or 12 Pg. 184 Co. Rec. pluck 15 Lot 5 Lee. Thad S. Jr. .& V. M. John L Jones *
1/4 51 2432310 Pelle. H. E. 3.39 42 2N 27 Butler D. P. &: Edna A. 8-24 (Less He) X.87 pastor
Lnt 4 :!232370 Darby. F. W. 18.24 PT. of Lot 9 in or.2 Pg. 170 Co. Rec. Rlock2lLotSBlock2lLot2: Tinsley David P. &: Janrose 10:00 ..m. Sunday School : ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC.
5E. ; cf NW% 14 4 53 40 Johnson. C. P. 10.64 42 2N 27 Gold. Carl 55.31 13.75 11:00 ajn. Morning Worship CHURCH
mock 1 Lot 16 Yulee Heights Sub. Walters. Frank E. Jr. & E. M.
In. or 14 Pt. 38 Co. Ree. In Lot 42 Barnett. Edward J.. Sr.. &: 42 2N 27 Gold. Carl 127.72 Walters 15.16 6:15: pjn. !- MYF Supper & Programs. I Rev. W. J. Holmes, 'Pastor

234231 Kathryn A. 1.72 Block 2 Lot 2 Yulee Heights Sub. 42 Block 22 Lot 2 Walters Frank E.. Jr. &: Wal : 5 unday) Mass __ 2nd,. 4th
IN SWU As Dese. In or 7 pt. 143 Co. 2N2'l Church. Joe &: Ossie 6.43 ters. E. M (Less He) 9246
Rec. 28423 Taylor I?. J. &: Doris Ann 2 45 mock 22 Lot 7. 8, 9, 10 Jones.. Edward L. Jr. &: Johnnie Block 5 Lot 16 Oak Lawn Park No. 4 Chancey George: &: Wife 1466 7:30 pjn. Evening Worship I Sunday .____ 7:30 a.m.
In or 20 P(. 539 Co. Rf c. 41 4 13 UJIH Barker Land Co. 3564.48 Town of YuleeIn 1548 Block A Lots W. 75 Ft. of 25 to 30 Sunday Mass .._... 1st, 3rd
of NE", (Less NEI of NE J &: DB 158 Pg. 131 Co. Rec. (Less Inc. W. Port Reach Casino TractIn Gordon. James D. &: Ruth M. I
NW; of NEf E of Hwy (Lm 6 leA) (Ex or 6 Pg. 505 Co. Rec.) 51 3 92.96 ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.ra.
Acres RR ROW & I Acres Hwy ROW) 27 148 Barker. Richard D. 48.57 DD 275 Pg. 124 Co. Rec. Being In I CHURCH '! Monday, Young People 7 p.m.
lEx or 23 P?. 117 8 IS 24 18 Crews. Billy Jr. 5.09 Sections 15.16-1'7-3.29. 16 3 29 Allstate Homes Inc. 19.29
Altomees &: Simmons The Rer. James D. Ellisor Rector I aily __. __.__........ 8am.
It N't! of NE% In or 23 Pg 117 Co. n
Lot 9 Sub of F. Griff Land 51 3 27 13 Maggie 'i 3720 CITY OF FD.VA. BEACH
Rec. 8 H 24 l. Crews James Dannie 1.76 In or 18 Pg. 310 Co. Rec. 51 3 27 Baldwin, Timothy ", 231 5% 7:30 A.M. Holy communion S Saturday; Convent Chapel
JI01 NrU of NEil 16 IS 24 20 Grunig B. C. & Wife 15.80 In or 20 Pg. 79 Co. Rec. In or 18 Pg.
Block 3 Lot 23lllock3i4tII 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist 6:30 Communion in Convent
Christopher W. &: L. M.
562 Co. Rec. 51 3 27N Nelkoliff, Samuel & B. L. 353. .
TOWN OF CRAWFORD SUB. 460 Ft of Lots 70 to 'l'llne. As Dese 10.15 ,11:15 A.M. Church School 6:30: P.M. Young People'sMeeting.
in or 3 Pg: 532 Co. Rec. (Ex or 5 Pg. Christopher. Lizzie &: George 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young i .
Lot 1250 151N2410 Bryceville Turpentine Corp. 270 272 & 274) 42 28 12 Jones Thomas T. 28.94 10.15 .
Block 3 Lot .25 Christopher C. W. 965 "...,\,- .- .- ..A..
3.89! PT. of Lots 70 .to 77 Inc. In or 5 Pg. 5.'UU1UIt'U; I N X M
Lot 1268 23 1N24 10 Bryceville Turpentine Co. 3.18 270 Co. Ree. 42283 Jones. John R. &: R. S. 7.81 BIock3LotSOBock3Lot,31,32 Davis J. C. &: Mary E.; 0' (This is the schedule of every I FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Lnt 1305 23 IN ..2.10 liryceville: Turpentine Co. 3.18 In Dli 56 Pg. 53 Co. Rec. 4 2 28 Vonnah, A. L. 21.08 Leary W. J. & Roberta Louise
Block 40 Lots 8to27 Inc. 24 IN 24- Darby Marie H.' .88 In or 20 Pg. 285 Co. Rec. 4 2 28 Harris, James 0. & Nellie D. 7o.l Sunday with the exception of the I Rev. E. A. Lewis, l'astor
Lot 16 11 2N 24 10 Haley. Mrs. Virginia I!. 3.39 16106 Harris, Tommie Joe Jr. &: last Sunday the month) : 10:00: ajn. __. Sunday School
In or 15 P*. 460 Co. Rec. Iff CJr 15 P*. In DI 262 Pg. 112 Co. Ree. 5 2 28 King Joseph D. &: M. M. 9.08 Lucille J. io.l '
482 In or 15 Pg. '64 In or 15 Pg. 499- Lot 23 (Less W 160)) Ex DB 254 Pg. Block 6 Lots 19 to 26 Inc. Hall. Charles A. &: Wife9.5 11:00 a.m. __.__ Worship Service
A In or 17 P,. 370 25 2N 24 Mid State Investment 23683 127 Co. Rec.) Ocean Breeze Sub. Block 6 Lot NS 34 of 27, 23. 29, 30Block Hall. Charles A. 1 Wife 46 23 MONTH I 6:30 p.m. .... C. A. Youth Services
In Co. lk.! 18 Pg. 176 Co. R'C. & or 13Tg. 5 2 23 7 Tyson, John R. &: Joseph R. 7 Lots 1. Taylor Ethel 5.07 Communion
7:30 A.M.
Holy Service
125 Co. Rec. 25 2N 24 Mid State Homes Inc. 55.31 Block 7 Lots 2 to 1 nc. Taylor Ethel 5,60' i p.m. Evangelistic
: 10.50 Block 8 Lot S'. of 10 to 14 Inc.lilock Perkins. D. W. Morning '.
PT. of Lot 28 In DB 254 Pg. 127 Co. t 2794! I 10:00) A.M. Prayer Thursday mid week service -
8 Lot N4! of 10 to 14 Inc.
SOUTH BILLIARD sun 5 fc 6 2N .24 Rec. Ocean Breeze Sub 5 2 28 Tysoif Joseph R. &: Ida L. Christopher George &: Lizzie 69.60clark and Sermon 7:30 I'.m.it .

1568 Block 8 Lot N 4 of 27. 28, 29. 20 .. 11:15 A.M. Church School
Christine M. 15 ,
flock 309 Lot 3 Carr James G.. Sr. .86 I PT. of Lot 28 In DB 254 Pg. 127 Co. S' # #
Block 9 Lot of 1 & 24
: Rogers Charles
Block 375 Lot 3 Hodges Mrs. Minnie .8e I Rec. Ocean Breeze Sub 5 2 28 Tyson. Joseph R. &: Ida L. Block 10 Lot 9 2 Jennie F. 46.23 4623Ellerson 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young T.\ ERXACLETIST
(Less He) 47.23
Illock 421 Lot 5 Crosby W. H. ..P6Saracinn liIockl2Lot 1 Askins T. H.. &: Katherine H. Churchmen CHURCH
Lot 2 Willa.Villa Sub. Pinckley, William A. &: Julie
Biock 424 Lot 9 Mrs. Josephine ..8Inms. :Me 28.44 *
E. I.. 161.06 Block 14 Lots 19. 20 IMP Amelia Road Phone 261-3J87
Itlock 471 Lot 5 .86 Hadsock Jessie &: Stella 6.17 -
Lot 4 Willa'Villa Sub. Robert J. & Elizabeth
Illock 476 Lot 21 McCreedy Mrs. Angie .86 G. 10.92 lock 14 Lots '30. 31 IMP McKendree. Barbara A. 252 03 BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Loyd Chambers Pastor
In 22 95 Co. Ree. Dese As Pt. mock 18 Lots 24 25 ,
or Pg Clark Diana H. & A. R. Jr. 429 South 6th Street
Lot 9 Willa.Villa Sub. Fullard R. & Armo .1.
cf SEU of :E'4 3 3 24 20 Tailor, Phillip E. &: Peggy Jimmy : 3.83 Sunday School ...........-... 10 a.m.
I. 10.92 Block 22 Lots 14 E. 35 Ft. of 15 Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor
657 Askins. Katherine H. 9.00 I
Lot 10 Willa-Villa Sub. King Floyd C. '&: Wynelle 10.42 Morning Worship ......11 a.m.
lit DIt 2C2 Pg. 228 .Co. Rec. 5 3 24 1 Donley. Arthur &: Willie Mae Block 24 Lot 7 Titiakos Mrs. Pete 4623 Sunday Services:
2.81 Lot 11 Wdla-Villa Sub. Pinckley W. A. &: Julia 2.79 mock 26 Lot EU of 16 Jenkins. Ullie 1.92 I Evening Worship ._......_ 7 p.m.j' .
Lot 15 S. of In DB 255 405
Hwy. School
In or 18 Pg. 575 Co. Ree. 5 3 M 13PT Investment Brokers Inc. 7291 Pg. mock 29 Lot S'! of 6 SW'4 of 7 Freeman Ernest .t.22 10:00: A.M. Sunday '
Cerbmg Azalea Garden Sub. 12 2 28 Unknown 1.45 Wednesday Service _......... 7
Block 32 Lot 11
of W of Lot 13 In or 18 Pg. 565: Williams Florrie 23.37 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship
In DB 133 Pg. 65 Co. Ree. 14 2 28 5 Means, Everett 229.16 j'
Lot 80 Ft. of 14 *
Co. Rec. 5-3 24 Roberts Sylvester L. &: Juln Clock 32 & Freeman Ernest W. &: Ann B.T.U.
In DB 144
Pg. 361 Co. Rec. (Ex or 6:30 p.m. -_
A. 513Fredrickson. Lee 10.92 -
1.ot26 5 32410 Mrs. E. 3.39 16 Pg. 29-or 21 Pg. 580-or 22 Pg. 89 & Block 33 Lot 11 Roberts R. D. (Est) 1422 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service CHURCH 0.GOD OF
Williams. Willie &
9OCo.Rec. 14223 B. E. C.24.37
SH of E1! (>f 13 Lincoln Sub. In or 6 : Block 33 Lot 13 Harris. Helen 3.33 1 PROPHECYRev.
] In or 21 Pg. 580 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 'tewart, Willie & Ueatnce 5 0'1McBride. 7:30 Evening Worship
: Block 34 Lot E. 54 Ft. of 1 p.m.
Pg. 30 Co. Ree. 5 3 24 Evans J. 1. & 1.. M. 2.81 Cook. Allan W. & Wife 46.23 II. C. .Drury, Pastor
In or 22 Pg. 89 Co. Ree 14 2 28 Ada 507 Block 37 Lot S 4 of 6 Cover, Charles 7.30 Tuesday:
Lot 2 Riverview Sub. 14 2 28 Dasher. Lonnie E. 10.42
TOWN OF MILLIARD Lot 3 Riverview Sub 14 2 28 McFarland. Azzie Lee 507 Block 40 Lot Nfe of 4 Champion Walter L. &: Mary TOO p.m. -. .-.. Visitation 10:00 a.m. ........._. Sunday School

In or 14 Pg. 229 Co. Rec. ,Being PT. K. 667 11:00 a.m. ._....... Mornipg Service
mock 41 Lot of 1 if
i5r *
Illock 10 Pt. of Lots 2 &: 3 In or 8 Pg. King. Clarence B. & YvonneIS. ofLot2 15 2N 28 Scott. Eugene 7.86 N4 Bruce Joseph A. &: Velma M
E" Co. Rec. (Less He) 588.97 LotSof24 1522428 Burns .Nora 4.75 13.75 CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service
Block 41 Lot N4! of 5 Markham, Arthur/C 9.00 ,
Block 13 Lot In DO 27 Pg. 544 Co. In or 22 Pg. 353 Co. Rec. 18 2 23, Anderson Azzie Lee 32062 mock 41 Lot SU of 6 % Markham. Arthur C. 82.82 South 14th Street W.M.R :

Rec. Davis. 0. D. 9152 Block 47 Lot S'i of 2 Crosson. G. R. (Est) 2337 Kenneth L. Jones Minister 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young I
Block 25 PT. of Lots 1, 2. 3 In or 247 Buccione. Norman A. &: 'An e- AMERICAN BEACH SUB NO. 1 -Block 48 Lot NE 1/3 of 8 Pmckley. W. A. &: J. M. 37.09 ,
-Pg 283! Co. Rec. lina F. :.81 Block 52 Lot S'i of 6 N. 5 Ft. of 7 Perpena. G. L. 32.51 Sunday I : Bible Study 10:00: a.m. People

hock 57 Lot 16 McNeil. Bertha &: Jeanette 2.31 mock! 1 Lot 6 18 2 28 Lewis J. L. 1879 THock: 62 Lot W>2 of 8 King William 2.1:1:: Morning Worship... 11:00 a.m. *
Bock 53 Lots 1 & 4 PT. of Lot 3 Lot BIock3LotlT 18228 Simmons William flutter & Block 65 Lot 5'2 of 7 Treaye Claudia Bell 7.59 i FIRST \PTIST CJIURCH
Elizabeth 252.53 mock 68 Lot 5 Evening Worship *... 7:00: p.m.i
Williams Rudolph 6.17
;2 .(Less or 9 Pg. 384)) Higginbotham John R. 3720 Block 'Lot 20 18 2 28 Smith Frank U. 160.56 Rev. J Dunnam Pastor
Block 70 Lots S, 6 Dove Lillie tEst) 3.33 l'uesday: Singing Practice .... 7:30 i T.
*&lock: 61 Lot 1 Owens, Leroy &: 'Doris 1.58 Block 3 Lot 23 18 2 28 Davis. Alanzo &: Pauline 16.51 Block 70 Lot 4 Dove Lime (Est) 106,23 Services
8:80 A.M.
"Block 75 PT. of Lot 3 In or 21 Pg. 200"Co. Block 4 Lot 25 18 2 28 Williams. Lincoln C. & P Block 71 Lot 5 Simmons Joseph 11.11:1: p.m. Worship :
Ree.iiock Harder. Louis &: Sylvia 40.83 138.20 mock 71 Lot 6 Simmons Rosa Ann 5.07 ((Held at various members homes) 11:00 A.M.
Block 6 Lot 45 18 2 28 Smith William J. 11.93 72 Lot 3 I
Block Burns Nora 16.51
of Lot C. E. Mid-Week Bible 8:00 P.M.
73 E 1/3 2 King. 109.11 Wednesday: :
fllockTLotSS 18228 Smith William J. 69.10
... Block 73 Lot 4 Roberts R. D. (Est) 9-65
111oek80LotW70Ft.of2II1ock Higginbotham. J. B. 91.02 mock 8 Lot 58 13 2 28 Moore A. T. 160.56 mock 74 Lot E4 of 8 Monroe Simon 2.79 Study .__ _ 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:45: A.M.

90 Lot 1 North. Mrs. G. Thomas .86 i Clock 9 Lot 73 18 2 28 Afro American Pen. Bur. 9.65 I mock 75 Lot S 25 Ft. of 5 Jan Jul Inc 6.44 Thursday[ : Ladies Class 10:30 n.m. 'Training, Union ........... ..6:45: P.M.
"Block 96 Lot 23 RaIlS.L .86 Mock 76 Lot s.4 of 1 Burrrs Nora 1.42
Block 97 Lot 14 Yearsley C. S. .86 AMERICAN BEACH SUB NO. 2 Block 80 Lot N'I of 5 Williams Willie W. Rose ([Held at various members .homes) Prayer Service _...._.. Wednesday

mock 101 Lot 8 Foran Helen M. .86 Ann 13.15 '* 7:30: P.M
fftockIO4 LotS Unknown .86 mock 11 Lot 6 18 2 28 Afro American Pen. Bur. 7.36 Block EO Lot S'i of 7 Lawrence Orion J. 5.07 CHURCntFG01)Cor.
TJlock! 104 Lot 19 ,. Fink. Mrs. Jennie n. .86 ltloekl2Lot9 18 2 28 Davis. Alonzo. Jr. 297.76 mock 81 Lot 1 Robtrts. Diannt: 11 !11
Block: 108 Lot 23 Lyen. H. H. .86 Block 13Lot5 18 2 28 Williams. Willie B. 4.75 Block 82 Lot S" of 1 Simmons Joseph Jr. 5.07 4th and Cedar Sis.R A Classified
)JlCk! 111 Lots 21. 22 Schramm. Mrs. Metta .B6 mock 13 Lots 12, 13 18 .2 28 Peek. Percy 1422 Block 84 Lot 5 Pinckley. William A. Julie Me ( r. L. Marvin Johnson Pastor Try
Block 117 Lot 6 Osterman F L. P6 Block 13 Lots 15, 16 18 2 28 Armstead. Itertha: 69.10) 5.57 ,
Itlock 127 Lots 21. 22. 24 Anderson. J. E. 1.2' Itlockl4Lot3 18223 DeVaugn. Leola B. 4623 mock 84 Lot N. 75 Ft. of 6 Pinckley, William A. Julie Me Phone 261-3507 .
lock 127 Lot 23 Neilson. Mrs. Charles M. .86 Block 14 Lots 13. 14 18 2 28 Tatum Clarence 1422 9246 10:00 a.m. Sunday School I
Block 136 Lots 8. 9 Krogg. Herbert A. .86 Block 14 Lots 15. 16 18 2 28 PUmrper. Eddie: Lee 14.22 Clock 84 Lot S. 50 Ft. of 7 N: 25 Ft. :
Block 136 Lot 20 Block August F. .86 Block 15 Lot 10 18 2 28 Mitchell. Lennie 96S of 8Block Plfickley.'WiHiam" A. Julie Me I 11:00 a.m. .._... Morning Service'IrYE.
Block 145 Lots 13. 14. 15 Slices Carl R. &: Ethel (Less Block 15 Lot 13 18 2 28 Cook Luther &: Alma M 137.70 92.96 Friday Evening 7:30 p.m.
He) 824 mock 17 Lot 3 18 2 28 Davis L. C. 7.36 125 Lots 3, 12 Cox. Mrs. John 2.20
Block! 146 Lots 1. 3. 6. 8. 10, 13 to 18 Block 18 Lots 19, 11 18 2 28 Davis Alonzo. Jr. 16.51 Block 126 Lot 5 Verd.er. Lawrence Jr. 736 :30 p.m. ._ .-. Evening Service
Inc Lots 18. 19. 20. 21, 24 Wright. W. L. 389 Clock 126 Lot 11 Tocco Francis P. 55.38 Prayer meeting Wednesday -
Illock 147 Lot 18 Demitz. Charles A. .86 I AMERICAN BEACH NO. 3 UNIT No. 1 Block 126 Lots N'4 of 14 & 15 Thompson. Irene S. 59.95
Block 147 Lot 19 Nicholas. Cherry .86 Block 126 Lots SI: of 14 &: 15 Thompson. Irene S.Reeves. 55.38 7:30 p.m. I INSUHE YODEl
llloik 147 Lots 20, 21 Uigginbotham. John B. &: Win. mock 1 Lot 2 (Ex N 5 Ft. of 2 18 2 28 Afro American Pen Bur 137.70 Block 127 Lot N. 60 Ft. of 1 Rosa M. 7.59 '* irir

die 2.45 rlock: itot 6 18228 Afro American Pen. lur! 114 83McParland Block 129 Lot 4 Holzendorf Marie H. 9.00 NORTH 14th STREET
Block 147 Lot 23 (flbsoT!. P. M. .86 mock 129 Lot 4 (Less He) Holzendorf! Mane H. 91.96
Illock: W Lot 20IllockISSLot4 Knickle. Mrs. C. E. .86 Block 1 Lot '7 18 2 28 Azzie Lee 1879 Block 130 Lot Nof 5 Kerry, Reynard H. & Sylvia BAPTIST CHURCHRev.

Campbell Mrs. William A. BloeklLot9 18 '2 28 Munroe Ella Z. 21.08 1233 Ran Pastor
(Est: ) 138 BICock 1 Lot 10 IS 2 28 Afro American Pen I'.ur 18.79 Block 131 Lot 7 Local Union No. 610 736 Humphreys MORTOtJ!
Block 154 Lot 13 Case. M H. .86 mock 135 Lot S. 42 Ft. of 1 Styron Fairly F.- 759 5:45 a.m. Sunday School
Block 154 Lot 21 Rollins. Mrs. Joe (Est) .86 BlockiLotli 18 2 28 \ Lucas Elcee &: \Villa Lee 18.79 Block 137 Lots 1. 2 Card. Alice B. J.59 J.1:00 Morning Worship
Week W Lot Ji) Post. Mrs. Sign A. .86 BlockILot9 18228 Mason. Myrtle 16.51 mock 137 Lot N.'s of 10 Williams Vincent &: Anette : a.m.
Block 157 Lot 2 FreCrickson. Mrs. E. .86 PT. of Lot 1 In or 17 Pg. 643 Co. Rec. 23.87 7:00 p.m. B.T.U.

Block 161 Lots 5. 6. 7. 1 Less Hays,He Thomas) R. &: Carol 19.11 t:. 24 2 28 2 ces Walters W. liurford: E. &: Frn-3.31 Block 13$. Lot 7 W. 6 Ft. of 8 White L. Stanley.E.. Sr. L Frances 525 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship Low cost policy provides the

Illock 161 Lots 13. 14, 13, 16 Gamey.; W. C. Jr. &. Julia Ann Lots 10 &: 11 (In or-21 Pg. 310)) G.A. mock 140 Lot N4 of 2 Kittrell. William B. L Wife 4.75Mix. 7:30 p.m.-. Mid-Week Services money that can help pay the
(Less He) 19.11 Prince Survey No. 1 24 2N 28 Williams Clarence &: Stella Clock 141 Lot 4 : &. Joseph &: Irrie 23.37 Wednesday mortgage, if the breadwinnerdies.
Block 168 Lot 4 Palmer. Edward J. .86 5.13 Block 142 Lot SU of 8 McCollouh. Leo 160,5/; Plan to leave
IUock 161 Lot 14 E lue. W F. .86 In DB 273 Pg. 461 Co. Rec. 2+ 2 23 Melton Joseph &: Marie 2.31 mock 143 Lot N'j of 1 McCollough. Leo 4.47 home now your
IUock 169 Lot 15 Pe le. II. E. .86 Lot 1 In or 23 Pg. 83 Co. Rec. G. A. Block 146 Lot N'.: of 5 Oliver Tomime Lee & A. S. FIVE POINTS BAPTIST debt-free. See us for
Block 177 '/>t* .. H 16 Inc. "- Unknoun %.31 Prince Survey 22 28 Durr. Lige J. &: OUie! 2.81 5.25 details no obligation!
Block 179 Lots 1, 2 Andrews. (I. W. & Ada Sr. .ff 'n DIS lit! P'j. 1V5! Co. R.*. 24 2 28 MCM ckens. Henry %.31 Block 146 Lot N'z of 6 Albertie. Thomas, Jr. 4.75 CHURCHJ.
Block flY Lot 7 Green: H. ... 86 'In DD 175 Pg. 256 Co. R ec. 24 2 28 Freeman, William mock 147 Lot S 4 of 6 Williams, Sarah 2337 W. Keen, Pastor
Block IRO Lots 7, 8 Unknown 1.22 In or 6 Pg. wo Co. Rec. 34 2 28 Eaton. Roger L. &: Mary 1.22,1, Block 147 Lot E4 of 8 Roberts Albertie 101.11 WOOTENInsurance

IUock 180 Lots 17, 13. 19 (Less To RD) Andrews. G. %V., Sr. 122: (Less He) mock 147 Lot W'2 of 8 Roberts Atertie" 137.70 9:45: a.m. Sunday School 1
I'lnck 10 Lot 20 Andrew Block 181 Lot 4 Eelue. W. F. .86 In DB 109 Pg. 237 (Less 30A) 40 2 23 Jewell. (1C. .861 Ho** 149 Lot !:. 86 Ft. of 7 N. 64 Ft. I 1:00 a.m. Morning Worship
Mock 12 l"t 23 Seaggs. W. C. .ffl Iu Di 275 Pg 2S1 Co. RC. 40 2 28. Brazell. Hilton L. &: Z. A, 4.13' of 6Block Williams. Nelson 65.02 6:30 p.m. Training Union I Agency

Block 207 Lots 1. 2 NormonNutz. Mrs. A. E. 6Schroder In DB 273 Pg. 190 Co. Rec. (Ex or 15 'i 149 Lot S 36 Ft. of S4 of 6 Crisp. Buell M. 23.37 I':30 __ Evening Worship CALL ELLEN SHANK
Itlock 208 Lot 8 Fred .86 Pg. 545 Parcel No. 2) 40 2 28 Hrazell: H. L.; Kennison. C. Block 153 Lot 15, 16 Freeman. Elbe S. 14.22 p.m.
Mock 263 Lots 9. 12 to 1) Inc. Merhaut Mary 1.53 H. 37.70 : Block 154 Lots 17 to 20 Inc. lienjamin. Amy (Est) 1S7 I ednesday prayer service, 7:1.(' I 261.5503
1 1nDUI22Pg. 342 Co. Pec 8 ) 24 Hippsley, James 2.31 In DC 199 Pg. 111 Co. flee 44 2 28 4 Halduin: Evelena O. 4.13 Block 157 Lots 11. 12 Morgan-: Mary 5.07 I
Block 71 Lot 17 North Billiard Terraci In or 20 Pg. 399 Co. Rec. 44 2 28 Wilder. Arren &: Addle M. 2.31Hersey i Block 157 Lots 19. 20 John sort. Clarence &: Hugie .95 r.n-
.. Bub- Murray E. R. 1.38 In or 22 Pg. 412 Co. Rec. 44 2 28 Carsuell %.31 Itlock 158 Lots 12. 13 Burgess, H. V. 2.79 .
I Block Lot 22 S. Hilhard Terrace No' Clock 1 Lot 4 (Less W 105 Ft. Wilders Bock! 166 Lots 7,13 / Freeman Elbe S. 963 b 'I ,. ,
i Amount
3 Dean. Charles H. 1.36 i-'ub Plat No. 2) 44 2 28 Frederick. Harold E. &: E. J Clock 166 Lots 8, 9 f 'J t Edwards Vernita | 616Mcell I[Description, of r Land Sec,Tp. Rg. Ami-* f I I Owner: TJXCJ

In or 17 Pg. 4ISCo.Rec! .9 3 24 McKinnon. Hosea &: Margaret (Less lIe) 55.81 llock: 166 Lots. 17 to 20 ;InC, ,- Everett 2337 > I'i.. >. f. and CUts
J Lot 21 Wilders Nassau River Front Jl '
7341 Itlock 166 Lot 28 I. Rowland Willard W. &: Jessie
In DM 128 P<. 74 O Rec. tEl or 3 P.reeiB -H2 28 Kephart Francis. W. &: Ila B. L. -' 523 0]LD TOWN
Pg 408 Co. Reel 93242A Williams Acellar 824 15.98 Block 167 Lots 12 to 16 Inc. Cover Charles &: Mary Jean t\ .
In 3 N. 408 Co. flee 9 3 24 DonelY. David & Mozella %.31 Lot 5 St. Patricks Cove Jacobs Owen G. &: V. L. 10.42 161.06
or :
In or 18 P(, 5M Ct RPC. 9 3 24 Pearson Mary 122 Lot 6 St. Patricks Cove Turner. Charles li. 5.07 Block 163 Lots 7. 8 Miller. Alberta %.'l9 B lock 5 Lots 10. 12 13, 14. KMpt, Ffeyd D. &: Juanlta 8 Ii.)
In or 18 Pg. 555 Co. Rec. 9 3 24 Pearson Florine 122 Lot 13 St Patricks Cove Franks, Woodrow 11483 1 Block 163 Lots 9. 10 Walker Joseph &: Alfreda 7.59
I. blot 17 Pg. 68 Co. Rec. ((50x15)) Lot 17 St. Patricks CoveLotS'ofS1iof10 Tinsley Ross 759 mock 170 Lots 3. 4 Cblemart. John D. &: M. L. 507 B lock 7 Lots 10, 13. 14 flanII'. MF. Wttiam 13 .J
9 3 24 Houghbrooks Tob &: Kate 37.20 30 328 Bruce Joe &: Velma M. 91.96 Block 170 Lots 11. 12 Fleming Eligah W. & Eloise B lock 13 Lots 1. 2 aim rugninitMi o LUJ
Lot 57, 1932410 Palmer Edwin J. 3.39 Lot SH of 23 (Less E. 93 Ft. of S'il) 8.09 B lock 27 Lots 3. 4 Me ftofeert .It. &: D. f

In or 17 Pg 474! Co Rec. 20 3 24 Mid State Homes Inc. 36.70 In DB 272 Pg. 271 Co. Rec. 30 3 28 2 Phillips Charles R. &: Mary BIockl72Lcts29.30Block Melton W. H. 9 85 rj83MrkbMt
J. 92.96 L 150 Ft of W. 255 Ft. of S4 of Out Arthur C. &: F,'Ira;
In or 9 Pg. 646 Co. Rec. (Ex or 12 Pg. I 180 Lots 6, 7 Williams Nelson 965 11.72
579 Co. Rec.) 20324 Davis. George &: Edna R. 2.81 Lot 33 303286 Armstrong, Emma, (Est) 3.33 Block 180 Lot SB1ock181LotSjof7 Williams. Charles H. 50. ot 229 :
E. 78 Ft. of S4 of Out Lot 229 Mark4a Arthur C &: f. '
Lot 7 Askins Five Points Melvin Kenneth Jr &: JudithC. i.
In DB 264 P,. 34 Co. Rec. 21 3 24 Silvers Arthur 0; Reynolds. Turner. David & Alice 759 c. ,:-8:
Claude 55,31 1092 1 Block 182 Lot Sub A &: B of 2 Lot. Sub <
g PT. of SEU of NE 4 In or 22 Pg. 287 Lot 15 S. 50 Ft. of 16 Askms Five C &Dof2 Fisher Henry 12.33 IRA W. HALL. TAX COLLECTOR
Co. Rec. 22 3 24 Smith. James M. & Dorothy Points Cold Carl 1092Thompson Block 187 Lot 2 Hull. Alice C. 160.56 NASSAU COUNTY
5581 Lot 44 Five Points No. 2 Leonard &: Louise Block 187 Lot N 4 of 6 Walker. Hazel M. 900 a

In or 10 Pg. 281 Co. Rec. 28 3 2t McConnell Henry W. &: Mild. M. 229.66 1 Block 188 Lot 1 AnIse Palmer &: J. M. 11.83 ._
read C. %..81Kuhbnan. Lot 23 Rayon Terrace Savage. Robert L &: Dorothy i Block 188 Lot 3 Renshaw', Samuel E. & Betty -----.w

In or 18 Pg. 353 Co. Rec. 37 3 24 Verne 4 Wjlerte C. 13.'lS R. 950Durr.
\ King C. E. Sr. & Bertha mock D Lot 4 Hardee Oak Crave No. 1 Thompson, James W. & Eli I mock[ 198 N 4 of 3.W. of Rd. 200 Lige &: Ollie 279
1.38306 nor 1092 1 mock 206 Lot 7 Simmons Arthur 333
; I Lot 26 2342410 Kane Francis M. 3.39 Block 213 Lot N. 100 Ft. of W. 100, Ft.of fHte JanOiIn

In Chan. Hk. 17 P,. 545 4 IN 25 2 Pope, Ella Mae 7291 OIK GROVE Sl'B0.. 3 1 (lOOxlOO) Armstrong. A. V. &: GladYs .
In DO 264 Pg. 66 Co. Rec. (Ex 273 Pg. 3809
r 613 Co. nee) 10 IN 25 4 Gradick. H. W. &: Reta 4.63 Block 1 Lot 8 / Jones. L. Derrell 4.16 J mock 214 N. 42 Ft. of C. of 2. S. 58Ft.
In or 16 P*. 140 Co. Rec. 37 IN 25 Uurch.: Doris C. 2.31 Illock L Lot 5 :. Hardee. W. L. &: Elnora L. I of D. of 2 Samuels. Ollie Mae 3.13
In DB 216 Pg 158 Co. Rec. 14 2N 25 i Goodman, Annie L. %.31 ". 512 1 Block 214 Sub Lot N. 50 Ft of s.8 Magnificent Mountain SettingOld
r PT. of NE Vi of SE'. of SE'4 In or 12 Block L Lot 6 Hardee. .W. L. &: Elnora L. I f't.ofBof7 Edwards Vernita 5.57
: PI. 169 Co. RPO. 19 2N 25 Boatright. Jeneive 2.81 2S3 I Rlock 214 Sub WH cf D of 10 Wi! of
SE Cor. of SE>4 (Less 24A BlockLLot7Lots Hardee W. L. &: Elnora L. N 14 Ft of C of 10 Mote Francis &: Wife 8.09
J.. 19 2N 25 24 r.lakely. Mary (Est) 19.11 466 Block 215 Sub S>* of B of 1 Reshard. Samuel &: M. 69.10
In or 17 Pg 475 Co. Ree. Hemg PT. 12. 14. 16 Cashen Lot 20 Phillips, Charlie R. &: M. J. J Block 215 N. 36 Ft of A of 6 (AA In
OINE14OfSW14 192N251 Mid, State Homes Inc. 55.31 9.50 or 23 Pg. 134 Co. Rec.) Williams, Edward L Leanna
In DB 202 Pg 187 Co. Rec. 19 2N 25 Arline. Carnelia 54.81 Lot 11 Cashen Park Sub. Graham. Dewey &: Nancy W. / 7.16
In or 8 Pg 488 Co. Sec. II 2N 25 Mellon Missouri! Bell %.11 5.25 1 3lockIlSSubAof2 Webb. Roscoe C. &: Jsialeene
In DR 104 Pg. 424 Co. Ree. 29 %N:5 tIn Clark. WE. 5.93 Lot 5 Thomas ManorIn Crouley. Albert J. &: E. D. %.19 7 Bo
Dll 233 Pg 46 Co. Roe 29 2N 25 Jones. Elliott E., Jr. 5481 or 20 Pg. 509 Co. Rec. (AA) PT. of I Block 216 Sub C of 4 Atkinson. D. 0. L87;
PT. of Lot 1 Block 4 In or 22 Pr. 511 LotS 313282 Ivey George E., Jr, &: Dolls I I Block 216 Sub D of 5 Monroe S. J. 6.16
Co. Rec. Neucomb Sub. 31 2N 25 Blount. E. R. &: Juanita 281 A. 1L421 1 Hlock 218 Sub Lots A. P., C, D of 3 Pmkley. William A. & JuU
mock 3 Lot N 200 Ft of 1 Neucomb In or 21 Pg. 563 Co. Rec. 38 3 28 Walker. Robert Tyson &: j lie 183.93
Sub 322N23 Hunkley. Angeha Carter 463 Gloria J. 172 Block 228 Sub F of 8 Williams. Esther JJ|
In or 19 Pg 609 Co. Rec Being In In or 21 Pg. 501 Co. Rec.) (60 x 100) ,, Block 230 Sub n'of 2 Miller. Johrt f3
Block J N comb Sub :S'i 25 Howard. Ellis &: Vera Jean 1.72 .3)328 Nobles, Charles J. L Lillie I. I r.lock; 230 Sub D of 2 Pratt. James H. lU3
I In or 19 Pg. 612 Co. Rec. Bemf In 167 1 I Block 230SubDof3SubCcf3Block ttnffin.: Dora Fay U5
Itlock 3 New'comb Sub 32 2N 25 Chavers. Dorothy M. 172 In or 3 Pg. 230 Co. Rec. Lot 16 Olen- 230 Sub A of 7 Williams. A. J. & M L. 5.07
In DB 275 Pg 2 qa Co. Rec 42 2M 25 Manhall. E. J. 12 wood", 50323 Goodell. A. J. & Ann V. 4.S3 j 1 Block 230 Sub A of 8 Lindsey. Paul 5.07
I In DB 18 Pg 437 Co. Rec Ex DR HIS In E. Portion (Less ISA of Lot 2 &: In Block 231 Sub "D" of 1flockl3lSubN.72Ft. Williams. Rudolph 507Itabb.
Pg. 265) (Ex DB 262 p<<. 6311 DR 77 Pg 466 & DB 97 Pg. 16) (Less r OfDOf9 Mrs. ROd U'
51 2N 25 3 r.o tright. Marion 693 ISA) CEx:6% Pg. 57)) (Ex or-1 P*. flock: 231 Sub C of 10 Pabb Mrs Robert "-38
In or 8 Pg 432 Co. Rec 51 2N 25 1 Davis. H L. 2J1 137) (Ex or 3 Pg. 58) 50 3 28 24 Hryson Alice L. 10.BPryson Block 222 Sub S. 53 Ft. cIA of 2 N.
In DH 271 Pg 251 Co. Pec. 51 2N 25 Stalcup. Seth H. &: H. V. 366.89 InWPaflofLit3 5032853 Alice L. 2041 4 1Ft.of TS of 2 Carter, Emma 5.57
lit Dll 275 Pg. 359 Co. Rec. 51 2N 25 Mid State Investment Inc. 54.81 In DB 180 Pg. 180 Co. Rec. 19 3 28 3 Miner Mrs. F. B.. 7J6 Block 232 Lot WH of S. 44 Ft of CIt WorM Charm. wonderful food Bridal
In DII 271 Pg. 53 Co. Rec. 51 2N 25 J' Keen J, W.; Weintraub, Henry 1 Lot 32 Fdna. Reach Rtplat Meade. H. IS. 23.221robbins. ,, c 2 W. 50 Ft of D of 3 Patterson Albert &: Elsie 718 gorgeous
8.24 Lot 6 Bucks Fdna Peach No. 1 Marguerite S. 160.56 I Block 232 N. 44 Ft of A of 4 Roberts Alberta 183.13i!
_' Lot 32 J. P. Page Sub SIN 25 Cheshire. Angus W. & S. ),I. 1 Lot 36 Bucks Fdna Beach No. 1 McKendree L. A. & Joyce i Block 232SubCof3N. 44FtofD i Suite, dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard,
4.63 15.16 1 c:lfSubBof3 Roberts. Alberta u.'l2 i
} Lot 59 J. P. Page Sub. 51 2N 25 Plair. Rubin 4.13 1 1Mellon. Lot 36 Bucks Fdna Reach No. 1 McKendree L. A. & Joyce Block 244 Sub A. R. C of 4 Bova. James B. &: ,. *. t." Olympic size pool art lesons and rock hunting
I Lot 69 J. P. Page Sub. 51 2N 25I James Henry Jones. (Less. He) 6960>> J:lock250LotPartof4Nof3FracotT near
Florence 4.63 lllock 1 Lot 1 s% .of 2 Bucks Fdna. I J.. Buchan. Cordell t LQith L. i 1\\
t Ml of (Less SWU W 1j of NEU of Beach No. 2 Blount, Earnest B. &: Clara G'I 1.83 golf courses antique and craft shops Biltmore
NWU 18323571 Darby. F. W. 144.37 ilock 256 Lot S 4 of 5Lot Smith Mary V. 5.07TUiakos.
: All of 443553 Darby, P. W. C459 Block 1 Lot 12 South Beach Sub. Morgan. W. D. 1416Pinckley. 2 S. 10 Ft. of a Sorensen Terrace Mrs Pete 1140 Estate Mountain trails drives
< In DH 182 Pg. 84 Co. Rec. 20 4 25 10 Haddock. R. C. 3.03 Block 263 Sh of 9 Tailor; Clarence L. It MrtaH pleasing rates.

4 InocISPg.3UCO. Ree.344.25 tIn .A1d<<:rtUn. Benjamin k: Mae, I SEA nEW SUB 151BUarber. .
Etta 3.191
| orITPg.I3Co. tec 35 4234 Ceter. Clinton &: LUlie Mae 1.95 J Block 5 Lots I t* S N.' IB Ft of,Lota \ a Block 274 Lots 10 to 14 Inc. EsteDe 192 Write Harry Tracy The InnkeeperThe
.. In or 18 P*. 481 Co. Rec. PT. of SW ; 6 &: 27 Lots 29 to 32 Inc. Wflliam A. & J. M. Block 274 Lots 19. 20. 21 Inc. r-reeden. H bart K. .fc Grate ,
,H of NEU (LotS) 3423 Melton. Mane: &: Joseph 281 I ; 15.KPmkley. S. 1S-1*
J PT. of Lot 9 In DB 19 Pg. 215 Co. Block S Lots 1 to 5 N. 10 Ft of Lots William. A. &: J. M. Block 275 LoU 1C to 22 Inc. S 1l'oi'e1J. John & Elizabeth Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville,
Rec. 1* 2N 26 Sapp. Edwin E. 8.2t t 6 &: 27 Lots 28 to 32 Inc. Less He) 321J2 1M6
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,_-_ NEED A GOOD USED air.eondi.1 I THREE BEDROOM house, Five PUBLIC NOTICE 'Peck High Commencement Wed. June 5

WANT AD RATES tioner! Phone 261-4892. M20c I .Points. Call 261-5421. tfc TALLAHASSFE.NOTICE FLORID ; I

AS per word .75 minimum SACRIFICE 1055 CHRYSLER i TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, NOTICE is hereby given that the, The Commencement Exercise at lain of Bethune.Cookman College, I

Card of Thanks Resolution! 2 door hardtop, New Yorker. furnished. All electric kitchen. Trustees Fund of of the the State Internal of Florida Improvement will of. Peck High SchooJ will be held I Daytona Beach.

and Similar Notice Top condition. Original mile I ,Phone 261-52C9(;!) or 2C1-3230. tfc fer for sale and receive competitive Wednesday June '58:00, p.m. in', Reverend Fair has "many

word age 24,000. 4 new tires. $450 sealed bids for a State Drilling Le..sefor the school gymnasium when fifty. friends in this community and the
.13 per $1.00 ,minimum BEDROOM oil. gas. sulphur salt and/or
cash. Phone 26145927. M30c TWO unftll'nishedhouse. i two twelfth students will
brines covering the interest of the grade administration staff and students
Cal 261-3686: or 261-3687 said :Trustees of the Internal Improve- '
receive high school diplomas. The

or place ad at office $808 ,EQUITY FOR ,$100 Take ir ir I, ment sovereignty Fund lands in the in following the County described of speaker for this occasion will be and extend the an general invitation public to to friends attend.TRIBUTE .

511 Ash Street up payments owner transfer TWO ROOM furnished apartment i/-S Nassau in the State of Florida, to- I Reverend Rodger P. Fair, chap.

red. Must sell three bedroom, ft wit: if 4 if

;: All or any part of the lands be TO MRS. MARTHA
one-and-a-half bath home. G26 H. F. SAHLMAN g longing the State of Florida and .

South 15th. Phone 261-5054. tfc PHONE 261-3221 ; :: underlying the St. Marys River, PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE OWENS '
SALE : [ being a strip of land approximatelyone The graduating class of ..1963,
hundred ((100) feet in width
BEACH HOMES I JbL1J'vA4 from the center line of 'the channel NOTICE IS' HEREIIY GIVEN THAT Peck High School, gives tributeto

BEAUTIFUL BASSETT hound 1267 ,S. .Fletcher Ave. MISCELLANEOUSVANITY or bed of the river to the mean I. Richard Dallas Green: Jr., who was their former sponsor, Mrs..Martha
high tide mark being the boundary I convicted in the Circuit Court of Nassau
puppies. AKC registered. Ph. Three bedrooms, kitchen, Jiving \ ffAVWiL4 line of the adjoining riparian County, Florida at the spring Owens who has been a teacher

2GM3G1. JCc and dining landowner; said strip of land commencing term thereof A. D. 1957, of the offense a counselor and a friend to
room : area. $62.50 BEAUTY SHOP at 'a point on the LtMarys of Breaking and Entering with ,

I t monthly. Thrifty ,permanent wave, $5.95 River at the intersection of intent to commit a Felony and sentenced them. She sponsored the class

3G VOLUME Funk and Wagnalls I -tr.-r Distinctive service the Southwesterly. boundary of Section therefor to 5 years probation. from ninth grade through .May 7,
Encyclopedia, $20. 502 Broome I budget Forty three ((43)), TownshipFour will apply for clemency to the State '
I I 1060 S. Fletcher Ae. prices. Telephone 201-4C86 for (4)) North. Range Twenty. : Board of Pardons, Tallahassee, Florida 1963.

or call 2G1.3737. M30e Four bedrooms, living room, kitchen appointment tic FR'4W three ((23)) East (Martha Dell ;, at its next regular meeting. Mrs. Owens is a Spanish In-
Grant: ) and the extension thereof Richard Dallas ,Green: .Jr.
BY OWNER MAKE I and dining area. Florida with the center line of the St. (Applicant) structor at Peck High School..The)

OFFERfor t room. Stove, refrigerator and HOME MADE POUND caJ.-es. jf/ff jc'; r- Marys River, and thence running 2ts 530. ,6-6 Senior class regrets her absence; .
low equity in 3 bedroom 21 layer and birthday cakes, pies. downstream a distance of approximately
I freezer. Gas heat fifteen ((15)) miles to a due to a materpity leave.
bath home with family room, ) All kind Call Patricia Lwljre)
fr if I 7 point of the intersection of said PUBLIC NOTICE Mrs. Owens has been a J'f's Went
wall-to-wall carpeting, and car- 261-5332.J tic centerline of the St Marys River I
I 361 S. Fletcher Ave. IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT IV AND She
port. No qualifying or closing j witu the Northerly extension of here for the past four years
costs. Assume $13,950 loan. See Two story duplex 4 bedrooms: iF YOU HAVE a drinking problem the. West boundary of Section Thirty t CIUNCERY. | is active in her community and
nine ((39)), Township Five ((5))
801 Amelia I .down, two bedrooms upstairs. write Alcoholic Armnv ) I' NO. 2612 represents a symbol of knowledgefor
at Dr. or phone 2G1-( Cepr. LAP Service \. J North, Range Twenty-four ((24) THE ONONDir.A COUNTY SWINGS I
5307. tfc Completely furnished', $95 ,mouse .Box ,338. city. EL-6-7700 .5- East (Sarah Petty Grant); said I INK, a corporation others to pattern after Mrs.
tract of land to include but not
I monthly. THAT ACREAGE YOU SOLO THIS MORNING be.limited to. the beds and bottomsof Plaintiff I' Owens has always aid i\\\\\Jr\ld

UNFURNISHED! j ft & FLOOR SANDING and refinish- the St. Marys River and all of vs.BOBRY I' way.to the class: "Your cauntry

freshly painted MODERN'-I t 125 South 17th ''St.I in?. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. BOSS, WHAT 00 VDU THINK GUSHED OUT the water bodies, streams, creeks, P. CAN'VAUY, et Defendants.ni, is productive ctfrn field: see to
apartment a
Reasonable References I I Two bedroom3, living room, dining Phone 261-4609. tIe WHEN I PULLED UP 'THE SIGN ? bayous tributaries, lagoons of the, lakes St Marys, inlets River and i NOTICE 01* SALE. that, I it that you plant roses and morn

desired. 211)3!) S. Fletcher room and kitchen. Lot 154 -- -- including all islands j formed by Notice to is a Final hereby Decree given of Foreclosure pursuant ing glories among the corn."
Ave.M30c said river, said tract for the purposes I ,
x 140. herein described shall be entered in cause numbered 2612in As the class j is about to graduate
$ ft it WANTEDTO I I said to contain approximately one the Circuit Court of Nassau Coun |
NOTICENOTICE hundred eighty-one and eight.tenths tj, Florida I will sell the property I each individual emerge
ONE USED 1959 model F-1000 Pete Ingram SalesmanL. situated in Nassau County Florida, but the membersof
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA TO CREDITORS I ((1818) acres, more or less. his separate way,
Ford I.. Bohannrn Broker described as:
tractor. Fair condition. !
NOTICE Said Trustees have determined that will always carry
Will sell) for $2,500 cash. Reasonable -113 N. 4th St. Phone 261.5269I quilting NOTICE is hereby: given that the IV AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY the lease shall require royalty payments : ing to plat thereof recorded in with them the ideas and i inspirations -

offer will be considered.Call I frame; Phone 261-5352 or Florida State Roao Department will' LORIDA. 1\ 1PROUATE. of one-eighth in kind or in i Plat Book 3, page 48. of the public this AJf'lovcd
261-3292. offer for sale and receive competitivesealed Case Number 2021. I value for oil and gas ,producad from records of Nassau County I given them by
)) Art Willyouiig El 3-G45G or I FIVE ROOM HOME side 'porch, I M30p bids for a State. Drilling Lease I In re: Estate of Joseph Manley said lands and fifty cents per long i 1, Florida. teacher. Through the formative

225-5122 between hours of ,8 2 large bedrooms, one with HOME FOR THREE for oil. gas sulphur salt and/or Askins, deceased.To ton for sulphur salt and/or brines at public sale to the .highest and best Owens has always
built.in dresser other 4 nicely cute kittens, brines covering the interest of the All Creditors and All Persons produced from said lands, and an annual bidder for cash at the main front I years, Mrs.
a.m. and 5 p.m. M30c Phone 261-3732. M30c said Florida State Road Departmentin I Having Claims. or Demands Against rental of ten cents per acre in door of the Nassau County Courthouse i said of her class: Those are my
built-in bunkbeds. Extra storage the following described lands in I Said Estate: I advance for first year 25c ,per acre in Fernandina Beach Florida, : And indeed l, we are at
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, regis. cabinets, ample closet space. the County of Nassau in the State of You and each of you, are hereby. for second year, 50c per ,acre .for between 11:00: AM. and 2.00; P.M., ; children.
SITUATION Florida to-wit: notified and required to present any' third year and $1.00 per acre per on June 12th 1963. the present, in the past and for
2G1-4341 built-in bookcases ,
tered. ,Phone 2G1- Living room of the
or ( All or any part of'tne lands :belonging claims and demands which you or. year thereafter. Primary term -.sD.O.OxleyD. the future.
5186. tfcTWO I dining room, eatin kitchen. WANTED to the State of Honda either of you, I may have against the lease will be ten years. : 0 OXLEY .--
Garage large shady lot, 68 x unuerlying Highway numbered U. estate of Joseph Manley Askins, De. The bidding shall be on the basis CLERK QF:THE CIRCUIT COURT I -
I I S. 1, being a strip of land approximately ceased, late of Nassau County. Florida ot a cash consideration for the lease, (Court Seal)
BEDROOM HOUSE on 1U 230. Phone 2613489 ,or. contact Two ,Hundred (200)) feet in to the Honorable J. E. Weather- the amount of which cash consideration John E. Roquemore
acres. Third house on right off II L. L Bohannon, or J. T. Ferreira wants regularor wutn and commencing at a pointat ford, Coupty Judge of Nassau County, shall include offer of rental for 825 Barnett Bank Building '
Rd. I part-time work. 211 N. 10th. the intersection of said High and file the sane in his office in the the first year at the rate stated above. Jacksonville, Florida
Bailey $250 equity, $45 mo. &; Son. M30p M30pINSTRUCTIONS way numbered U. S. I, uiJ the County Court House in Nassau County Copy of the lease form is availablefor It 530

tfc. center line of I the chancel or threadof Florida, within six calendar inspection in the State Land ,Office
the St. Mary's River, thence months from the date of the first pub- of the Trustees of the Internal PURLIC NOTICE

WRIGHT! PIANO FOR RENT running South a distance of approximately lication hereof Each claim or demand Improvement Fund, ,Elliot Building I Ii
small apt I I Two ((2) ,miles to a shall be in writing, and shall stale j Tallahassee, Florida. The successful NOTICE FOR ,BIDS
size, $200. Also, short length point at the intersection of said the place of residence and post office I bidder will be ,required to pay all i The Board of Courty I Commissioners
blue formal size 15 Highway numbered U.:S. 1 and address of the claimant and shall be costs of advertisement of this Notice. 'of Nassau County, Honda, invite
gown, TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED the South boundary of Section For. sworn to by the claimant. his agent All bids must be accompanied by bids for furnishing the following:
$15. Worn once. Phone 225-54G1 house for rent at Five ,Ppints. JOB SECURITY can be yours by tyNure ((49)), Township Four (4)) or attorney. and any such ,claim or, Certified or Cashier's Check for the Round corrugated metal culvert ,12
after 3:30: p.m. M30e preparing nj>w for coming Civil North, Range Twenty.Four (24) demand not so filed shall be void. full amount of the cash consideration I gauge, asphalt coated as follows:
Call)) 2Q1-46C3. tfc East, said tract for the purposesherein Dated May 6, 1963. offered as bid. I 126 feet ((3 42 )t. lines), +a inches
-- -- Service exams. Send name, ad- described shall be said to /SNANCY ASKINS HERRINU Sealed bids may be filed in the in diameter car insurance buy-
FOR SALE LEASE OR RENT- NICE ROOM with private hath dress and phone number to NA- contain approximately Forty.Eightand Nancy Askins Herring, as Execu- .. State Land Office, Trustees of the I 96 feet ((3 32 ft. lines), 60 inchesin :

Grocery store with beer license entrance half block TIONAL TRAINING SERVICEINC. fivetemns (483): acres, m re tfix of the Estate of Joseph. Man- Internal Improvement Fund Elliot diameter. S famous low rates ;I
private or less. ley Askins, de<-eased. 1 l.uilding, Tallahassee Florida. in adVance Price to be F. Q B. job sites, Nassau
service station with living quar- from Post Office. Phone 261- Box 500, Greenwich, .Conn. All or any part of the lands be. /HERBERT Wm. FISHLER of ,the ,sale date hereinafter County. Florida. and top service.

' ters, corner U. S. 17 and 200. 4341. tfc S JU25c longing to the State of Florida underlying Attcrney for Nancy Askins Herring, stated or may be 'presented to the Complete description and specifica-| Contact me today!
Phone 2255210. JGcIIOMOUTE Highway numbered S121, as Executrix of the Estate of Joseph Trustees at their meeting off said tions oJ product offered must accompany -
Madey Askins deceased. date in advance of .the of the each and every bid.
of land opening .
'tt _ONE OR TWO BEDROOM: fur- ly being One a Hundred strip ((100)) approximate.feet in width 4t 5.9, 16, 23. 30 bids. The sealed bids will be opened Kids should be filed with. D 0. ,Ox- i,I

ITOTOR ,nished.juf-conditionea! apt. Electric I I' HELP WANTEDEXPERIENCED and commencing .a ,pojnt .at ,the and read at the meeting of the said ley Clerk Hoard Courty Commission
intersection of Highway numberedU. PUBLIC I Trustees June .11, 1963 at 10:00: A,M. ers Room 10, County Courthouse Fer-I i James Bowers
JBIGGEST BOAT VALUE intown. kitchen and heat. By NOTICE ;
Florida, 'not later
'YE'ek'l S. 1 and Highway Numbered EST) in the Board Room of the nandina Beach.
16 ft. Cartercraft with month, or year. Phone S121 at Boulougne: Florida; INTTTATIOV FOR BIDS FORADDRESSOI.RAPH Governor's office in ''the 'State CapitoL than 10:00: o'clock A. M June 12th I Ii 'i 314 Atlantic Ave.
tfcNEVLY WAITRESS thence running South a distanceof UinldJig Tallahassee Florida. i 1963 at which time same will be con ,
Homolite motor. Less than 1 or 261-5327. I EQUIPMENT Phone 2613332
Said Trustees reserve the right to reject -I s.dered
wanted. Must be 21. Apply in approximately Four ((4)) milesto -
--- The I'oard of County Commissioners Board ,the right to reject -
year old. Boat Motor Tilt a point at the intersection of any and all bids. i I The reserves
FURNISHED 3 Surf Motel phone 261- of Nassau County, Florida, offer bids.
room person, all
I any or
Trailer $1100. Call)) 2Gl.3733.1 said Highway numbered :121 I' I.Y ORDER of the Trustees of the I I '
for sale invite' for the following ,of ,
5711. and bids Dated this 30th., day May I 6161' U1
2G1-3308. tfc
17 S. 3rd. Phone AND THE South of Sec. ,
apt. boundary f Internal Improvement Fund of the
Howard Hammond. tfc. I described equipment: .
Poole Chairman.
Harry A
.-_ tion Thirty Three ((33), TownshipFour I One (1)) Model 19250 ADDRESSO-.1 State of Florida. Board County \ 1963'1' ,STATE FARM MUTUAL
FURN. GARAGE APT. Electrically CLERK FOR CLOTHING store. ((4) North, Range Twenty- RAPH; FRICTION FEEDER used I Farris Bryant Governor Nassau ,County Horida Aytoaokli IKWVCI CM*** ..JVlUCYOUJtL
1957 PONTIAC, two ,door, radio Three ((23)) East; said tract for tae vith Model 1300 Addressograph machine Ihiii Oftu:BIoGIIIi1JiIDoiI _
equipped Water furnished. 3 days a week. List experience, herein described shall be Attest Van H. .Ferguson Attest:
and heater, excellent condition. purposes for ,automatic feeding, equipped.I' Director.Secretary D. O 'Oxley Clerk I
references. Write Box A said to contain: approxkm.telyFurtyEight .
I Phone 261.4258.. 1130p age, .6-6 -
with 1 -- 110 AC motor. 4tS 5-9, 16, 23, 30 2t 530,
Paid $795. A buy at only $450. c/o News Leader. tfc and fi\e tenths (45) This eouiDment may be seen and ,-- ----- -

Phone 2G1-537G. \ tfc FOR BEACH RENTALS, call)) 2C1- -- -- 'acres more or less. I examined" -by contacting E N. Me-1[ U-
\ Said Florida State Road Depart. Kendree, Tax Assessor. Room No.4.
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A642V.. I. McCranSe. Will be ment has determined that the lease I County Courthouse, Fernandina Beach, I '.5--,----------4------*-S."r
USED LAWN MOWERS. Good glad to show anyone the beach CLASSIFIED shall require royalty payments t>l ore lorida. i -
selection. Phone 2GM482.( tIc. and tic eighth in kind or in value for oil and I Sealed bids marked "Bid: for Ad. |
apts cottages. DISPLAY gas produced from said lands and dressograph Equipment" together BE

-- fifty cents per long ton for sulphur. '! with .deposit of .10',/ ,of bid payubeI ; :
::300 ACRES WITH 9,000 feet LOVELYVACATION ocean I. salt and/or brines produced from said I I to Hoard of County Commissioners of : S S SI
lands. and an annual rental of ten I Nassau County Florida, conditioned on
fronttge U. S. 17 at Yulee. front downstairs apartment ;
on cents per acre in advance for first j fulfillment cf bit shall be submitted ( UNHAPPYTOO
$tOO per acre. Willing to trade with fenced in yard. Sleeps to CLERK TYPIST I year, 25c per acre for second year to D. O Ozley Clerk to Board Coun- ,
Soc per acre for third year,and |100 ty :Commissioners assau Count, '
part for front home 12 Phone 261-3174.
ocean or to people.
Permanent position for young per acre per year thereafter Primaryterm Florida rot later ban 10 00 o'clock ,
lot at Fdna. 'Beach. Richard tie 5 lady high schorl graduate. of the lease will be ten years. A.M. June 12th., 13 at uhich time \ I !

Barker 2724 Park St., Ph. EV .40 hour wffk. National I The bidding shall be on the basis ota i same will be considered.
S organ. Sale shall be for cash payableI
ALEXANDER APTS cash consideratianfor the lease. I price
8-2G91 Jax. M30p [ ization offering; liberal emploee the amount of which cash consideration I within ten ((10)) days after acceptance
MODERN FURNISHED APT. benefits. I shall Include offer of rental for of bid by County Commissioners. Con- j 4
Apply ,jn )IF YOU MISSOUfl I
MODERN COUNTRY HOME and 337 N. Fletcher. No.3. ,Hot per- the first year <>t the rate stated above 'I \evince will be by absolute bill of ,
son. Copy of the lease form is availablefor sale]
acreage. Brkk, 3 bedrooms, water; furnished, $f 0 mo., year I II inspection in the office of the : ine Board reserves the right to reject -

hardwood floors, fireplace bath round. Apply apt. 1. Phone 261- GAC FINANCE Florida Slate Road Department, Room f any or all bids. '
125. l.revard: Building Tallahassee I i>:.ted this 23rd. day of May. 1363. GiGANTICRANGE
308 Atlantic
tIc Ave.
and Jfe, separate dining room, 3114. I Horida The successful bidder will be HOARD: OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS i
required to all costs of advertisement NASSAU COUNTY.
fence, VA approved. Phone 2G13395. pay I '
FURNISHED APT. for rent. Ph. -- -- -- of this Notice. All bids must be I FLORIDA. ;
!) tic Certified Cashiers' By Harry Poole Chairman.
.. 261-4320. tic PUBLIC .NOTICENOTICE accompanied by or : .
-- ---- -- Check for the full amount of the cash I Attest:
HOUSE TRAILER with 2 rooms OF INTENTION consideration offered as bid. D. 0. Oxley Clerk. ;

attached. Terms arranged. Ph. APARTMENT, newly decorated, TO MIKE APPLICATION Sealed bids may be filed in the of 2t 523.30
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE fice of the Honda State Road Depart
6th St. 111
$30. 309 S. Apply at j
2GU234.. tie ment. Room 125, Brevard Building PUBLIC NOTICE
S. 5th 'St. .tfc *.COURT.OF THE COUNTY JUDGE. Tallahassee. Florida in advance of

BUY A HOMESITE on ,the Nas. -- NASSAU COIVIY ST4TE OF I the sale date hereinafter stated or NOTICCE FOR BIDS
FURN. house 1LORIDA. ,LV PROBATE. may be presented at the sale in ad-
TWO .BEDROOM: The Board of county Commissioners
lau River Beautiful high .JA.u..theEstaLe Clf vance of the opening of the bids The '
and dry lots at Nassauville. 1% baths. 1891 S. 'Fletcner.Phone I EsteUe Grund Refolds, Deceased. sealed bids will be opened and read ing invite equipment bids f"r: furnishing the follow-1 j I' SALE
June 11. 1963. at 3:00: ,P.M. (E.S.T.)
261-3472. M30c To All Whom It May Concern: ,
ton truck
One pickup
I tn fa*
Others with waterfront 3
privil in the Hoard Room of the Florid
Notice is hereby given that Char!>sR
I 'horsepower not less than 135; equipped -
eges. Small down paym'ent.Ttrms dose'in Reynolds fled his final report as I II I State Road Department, Holland Building with oil filter, oil.bath air-cleaner,
to suit. Phone SMALL HOUSE, plentyof I I Executor of ,the estate of Estelle TaUahassee, Honda Said State I turning signals front and rear bumpers L ..'a
lirund: Reynolds deceased Road Department reserves the rightto
shade..c'Ouple only. No dojjs. ; that he beater. starJard transmission,
Ellis POpular 5-2GClM JacVsouville. Seaside Motel 261-1503 I flied his petition for final discharge reject any and all bids. 6:70 by 15 six (6) ply tires with spare '
ftc. Apply and that he will apply to the Honor. BY ORDER of the Florida State tire & wheel, standard cab Color to YOU CAN OWN A NEW RANGE fOR
tfc I ableJ.. E. 'Weatherford. County Judge Road Hoard. be green. -

I of Nassau County. Florida on the John R. Phillips. Chairman ''Price fob. Fernandina Beach.
LARGE SHADED LOTS at Ame. SMALL UNFURNISHED, house 2Hh day of May. 1963. for approval of Attest: F. K. Strickland Florida, less allowance for trade-in of AS LITTLE AS
same and fo final .
as one 1955 Chevrolet pick truck. identification -
lia, 100 X 145. $10 down, $10 I for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call I of the estate of Estelle Crund: Secretary No. VH255A up 022340 Tradein I S "

per month. ,Call Howard Ham 261-5277 for further.information. May.Reynolds 1963.deceased. on the 8th day of U 59, 16. 23. 30 I may be seen by contacting A. L. PerMonth'i, .
Seussel. County Road Superintendent $3.00 .
mond. 261-3733. 1?: -
tic Charles B Reynolds Milliard Florida
Executor of the estate of S I Compete description with specifications -

S $350 DOWN, $5G MONTh, buys; i FURNISHED Estelle Crund Reynolds, deceased. PUBLIC NOTICE of equipment .and accessories ati YOUR ,OLD RANGE WILL COVER DOWN PAYMENT
Albin C. Thompson, Jr.
tached thereto, of truck -
still new masonry three bedroom .I \ BEACH APARTMENTS Attorney fcr Executor NOTICE TO .BIDDERS I amount of price allowance for trade-in equipped

| home in nice condition.' 1 WEEKEND, WEEK OR MONTH '', 303 Atlantic Avenue, Sealed bids will be received at the office I I as well as net price must be shownin I II
; .5 Fernondina Beach. Florida of the &nelia Island Mosquito each and every bid. Bid should not Roper
New, modern suites for up 'I 4t. 5- I r Control District of Nassau County include Federal excise or State sales .

: THREE BEDROOM, 1% baths :I to 6 persons. Fine'seavieV.. All- I Florida. at 1 N. ,4th Street Ftrnaaduti taxes (exemption certificates for same
kitchen. Phone 261- PUBLIC NOTJCE"NOTICE Beach. Florida. until 2:00 P.M. *'riday will be furasred). .Hardwick
I beautiful lot near high school electric e May 21, ,1&3. for the following: Bids should be filed with D. 0 Ox ALL ..

J $10,000vith $350 down $G3.50 5900. ____ JCc I'LORIO.ST.UUTES TO CREDITORS I. One (m) New Dyna Fog 1200. Mos. ley. Cleric Board County Commissioners THE LATEST FEATURES
not later than 10:00 o'clock A.1t
quito Fogging Machine. as follows:
month. NEWLY Decorated IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY June 12th1963 at which time same
Insecticide putput-120 GaL Per A WIDE-SELECTION ON DISPLAY
; JUDGESSt CO U1YFLOR. will be considered.The ,
apartment 16 North 5th. ,ID\, LV PROltATE. Hour. Hoard reserves the right to reject .

: STILL NEW MASONRY, three Ideal'for business couple. Phone' In re: Estate of Dimensions sr x 32" xU., any or all bids.
\r. BOn .FRthKUV Deceased Full Remote Dated this 30th day of May 1963. *
bedroom home 3.- Controls, Enterprise
$450 2614227. tie
only To AU Creditors and Persons Hivin Harry ,Poole. Chairman
| $55 month including tax and in- Claims or Demands Aeauut Said Es- 4 -Power SlIP Gasoline Engine. i Board County Commissioners.
I TWO BEDROOM unfurnished btt'eu 5.-Burner to operate on Diesel Fuel Nassau County Honda
surance. house at Five Points. Phone and -eaeh ef yeu are hereby .Oil. Attest: ABOUT OUR PACKAGE
6. Metered Hour I
ok notified and required to present any Meter and Temp D. 0 Oxley, Clerk.
261-4544, fcMrs. Lois Sheffield. claims and ,demands which jou. or erature Meter.T.Coiitrobble. 2t 5-30,6-6

AT YULEE, masonry three "bed- M30p either of you. may have against the output. I
estate of W. llob: Franklin deceased -110 Veil AC Generator Plant. NEWWAT-ER,1AT.ERAND RANGE
: room reasonable downS late of said County. to the County 9.-Price must consider trade in of I PUBLIC NOTICE

jayraent and monthly payments. AT BEACH YEAR ..ROUNDtwo .- Judge of Nassau County Florida at Old "Dyna-Fog Machine QQ," I .".!Uuce is hereby
ft f: bedroom furnished ,apt )tis office in the court house of said All bids must exclude all Taxes. I pursuant gfen to the "Fictitious the undersigned
723 N. Fletcher. Phone 1-3218J I I County at Fernandina I-each: Flor All bids must state earliest delivery Name Statute", Chapter No.
: : 20953
John T. Ferreira Ida within six calendar months from date
& &m lid I I I the .time ef the first publication tif -Ail .btds must be- natked-ea outside I i.Laws of Florida 194., as amended bv Good
:: ,5fH AtLantic Aw. Phon 2(14571POSTERBOARD _ this notice Two copies of each claimor of sealed envelope, "Hid on Fogging!Chapter No. .%6760. Laws of Florid Housekeeping

1 UPPER DECK API'S. Compltte.1 I I demand shall be in writing. and Machine." and not to be' opened until j Statutes 1951. being, Will Section 86309, Florida dt1
register with
: 2 00 P M.. the Clerkof
shall state the place of residence and Friday May :31, 1963.
all sues and I. I ly furnished including TV :I I post office address of the claimant The Board of Commissioners of Amelia the Circuit Court in and for Nassau

: colors, for school projects win Phone 261-3118. tic aod shall be jsworn to by the claimant Islam Mosquito Control District of lof CountyFlorida. upon receipt of proof

dow.card*, etc. NEWS,LEADER. I his agent or attorney and accom.panted Nassau County Flonda. reserves the litmus publication name, towit of this: notice the fic Gas & Aliance Co.
by a filing fee of one dollar right to reject any or all bids. and to I COOPER'S ffilr ,
: 511 Ash St DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: and sueh laim or demand notso filed accept 'the cheapest er best. if such, Under which
shall be VOId. action is to the best interest of said we are engaged in
--- Unfurnished. Corner business .
of 4th and Velma Graham FranklinAs Board. at 201 Sooth Hth Street in ___

,1957 VOLKSWAGEN, .2 door se. Calhoun 'Street, across street administratrix of the Estateof THE BOARD ,OF COMMISSIONERS That the CIty the of emandina Beach. Flonda YULE FLORIDA
parties interested in said YULEE FLA. ,
: dan top condition ,white sidewalls from "school (St. Joseph's .Aca. W. .Bob .FrankLn. deceased OF AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO business enterprise are as folkus: ,

: radi and heater, $750..CaU.2111.3178. demy). Phone 2C14200 261. Albin First publication C May 30. 1961 CONTROL DISTRICT OF NASSAU Charles 3L .Cooper or tLudU Kathar j
or Thompson, Jr COUNTY. FLORIDA, j jiBy toe Cooper, his wife Sole Owners as i-P: GAS J5EL.iy.ERy SAND SEBVJCE
Attmey ,f4t ,MsnMistratrix. 41.
1130eLAI5AI.&I.&A :400. -tfe 1Wph.Welrj 'tthmn an estate by the entireties. f
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Ptg Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 30, 1963 I ital of our Nation, has come in :ity and modesty. HM brief re-( So long as our nation can pro
From Washington for in marks consisted for the most part duce people like Gordon
----- -- -- ------- widespread criticisms re- young
cent the increasing of that he had Cooper, mentally, and
at 7:30 p.m. I years as a result of a simple prayer physically,
News From Men and Boys' Health Club in By Rep. D. Jt.Pilly) Matthews crime rate. While part composed while in flight and spiritually sound, competent in
the Health Club day and of the''rause is attributable to which he had dictated to his tape vnowledge of the most complicated -
1 TEMPORARY PUBLIC DEBT ba no alternative but to permit I strained race relations and other recording machine. For some whc scientific processes developedby
The Rec CenterBY evening. LIMITS RAISED this temporary increase in the I factors evidence recently presented may not have heard it on their man, and possessed of deep

MONDAY, JUNE 3rd debt ceiling. The alternative, voting to Congress, in my opinion, Radio or TV sets, or read it in spiritual resources, we have no
The House passed this week a i down the measure, would 1 tends to show that a good deal of their local newspapers, I should iced to fear the future. His remarks -
SANDY UeSANUKO Children's Art Class in the Cer bill providing for a temporarydebt have meant that the Government the trouble arises from a lack of like to quote it: ark i in; sharp contrast to

THURSDAY MAY 30th Municipal Athletic Field 7:00;r p.m.1 amics Room at 3:30: p.m., Faith limitation of $307 billion for itself could be put in the positionof I' authoritative discipline in the "I must take this time to say II hose of the Russian Cosmonaut

Britton, Instr. the remainder of this fiscal year not being able to meet the day- Washington, D* C. public schools. little prayer for all the people, Major Gherman S. Titov, who,
Men and Health Club in
Playschool iii the Game Roomat Boys' Atlantic Avenue Playgrouna, and a temporary debt limitationof to-day operational obligations to Two bills were passed by the including myself, who are involved ahile visiting in this country in
Room I
9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. the Health Club day and supervised play, 3:30' 5:30 p.m., $309 billion for July and August which. it has been committed by House looking to a correctionwith in this operation. I want to May 1962, said: "No God helped

Adult Ceramics Class in the evening. Hugh Sides, Supv. 1963. I should like to disc acts of Congress. The utter chaos j I the hope that crime among thank You, especially, for lettingme build our raket. The rocket was

Ceramics Room at 9:30: a.m., FRIDAY, MAY 31st Island Squares Club in the cuss this controversial issue in which might result if legitimate!I the Capital's youths may be drastically fly on this flight. Thank You made by our people. I don't believe -
Martha Jean Puletti Instr. Game Room at 7:30 p.m. depth. I supported this measure bills, presented to our Treasury! reduced. One, a "Pupil for the privilege of being able tt in God. I believe in man,
& Sub-Teen Club in the Game Jaycees meet in Conference I after listening attentively to several Department, could not be honored Suspension" bill amends the D. C. be in this position to be in this lis strength, his possibilities and
Class 4 in the
((3 )
: hours of inensive debate
Auditorium at 10:00 yrs., Julanne' Room at 7:15 p,m. Room at 7:00 p.m. [I pre due to insufficient funds wouldbe Code to permit suspension or wondrous place, seeing all of these his reason. I saw no God or angel.
the immediate
1 Boy Scouts Swim Meet in pool Adults and Teens Ceramics ceding vote. The hard to imagine. The impact i| dismissal of unruly pupils, and startling, wonderful things that !."
Owens.' Instr. 7:00: 10:00 p.m. Class in the Ceramics Room at question boiled down to the simple of such a situation both at home'' another, the "School Discipline"bill You have created. *.u.nOI.1T1C.L *
Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the one of whether or not the Gov. and abroad could become intoler amends the D. C. Code to
7:30 Martha Jean Puletti, SCIENCE INTERN
all of
Bean Dance Recital in Auditor. p.m. "Help guide and direct u?
Auditorium at 2:30: p.m., JulanneOw" ernment would be permitte4 to able. If the Government of the permit principals and teachers in WELCOMED
ium 8:00 1000; p.m. Instr. that we shape our lives to be
its bills. It pointedout may
Instr. was aptly
OI, pay ,United States forced to default District'of Columbia schoolsto
were I' the
Ballet Class ((5 & 6 yrs) in the Men and Boys' Health Chb in Men and Boys' Health Club in in debate that while some its bills, world wide con- 'I reasonable' force in maintaining much better Christians, so that I have been pleased to welcomes
the Health Club Room, day and the Health Club Room, day and on use another .....and work
Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne members individually may not fidence in the dollar and in the order in schools. we help one a political science intern in my
Owens, Instr. I I evening. evening. have voted for each ,of the pro faith of our Government I i with one another rather than jffice for the months of May and
Ballet Class ((7.9)) in the Audi Beginners Square Dance Club for which expenditures gpod WASHINGTON WELCOMES fighting and bickering.
I suffer damage. of
I SATURDAY, JUNE 1st dould irreparable June, Hendrik A. Browne,
corium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne in the Art Room at 8 p.m. have been committed, this )vas Cutbacks, in vital government MAJOR L. GORDON COOPER, "Help us to complete this mis of
recent graduate
Qwens, Instr. I I Owens Dance Recital in Auditor TUESDAY, JUNE 4th somewhat beside the point, since [programs might become necessary NATION'S NEWEST ASTRO- sion successfully.) Help us in future a
a Atlantic Avenue Playground, ium 10:00 a.m.12:00: noon. the expenditures had, in fact, i or discontinued sales of NAUTA space endeavors to show the she University of Florida and

supervised play 3:30.5:30 p.m., I Senior Life Saving Course in Playschool in the Game Roomat been committed by the Congressas i government-held securities and I tumultuous welcome was world that democracy really can political science major. lie was

Hugh Sides Supv. Pool 10:00: a.m. 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. a whole, and were committed stockpiles resorted to which would I given Major L Gordon Cooperby compete and still be able to do strongly endorsed by the Head of

Cub Scout Pack 171 in Game Eighth Grade Dance in Auditorium Junior Life Saving Course in in good faith. The bills are coming constitute a severe loss to the en-! Congress at Noon, Tuesday, things in a big way; and that we the Department of Political

Room at 7:15 p.m. t 7:30: 10:00: p.m. Pool 9:30: 11:30 a.m. due, and can be paid only by ire American public. My good May 21, following a Reception by are able to do research, develop- Science, Dr. Manning Dauer, in
Senior High Graduation at I Teen Club in the Game Room Ballroom Dance Class (age 11* the temporary increase in the riend and colleague, Syd Her- the President at the White House ment, and conduct new scientificand view of his interest in Government -
--- -- .13). ) in. the_ Conference Room at debt ceiling or by a devious method fong, a long-time member of the and a Parade to Capitol Hill. technical programs."Be While*in Washington, Hen

3-.60 n p.m.Atlantic. of financing which would I Ways and Means Committee, arg Like our first Astronaut, Colonel with all our families. Giveus drik will observe the daily opera
Avenue Playground, eventually be more costly. tions of the Congress rind will\\
-- ued forcefully in support of the John Glenn, this young man, who guidance and encouragement
supervised play 3:30: 5:30: p.m., The question of raising the' national debt limit amendment. He pointed made history with his recent 22 and let them know that everything also familiarize himself with the

Hugh Sides, Supv. debt is one of great concern 1 to his traditional conservatismon orbital flight, impressed a capa will be okay. activities of the various Federal
Why swelter again? Ceramics Class ((9-11)) in the to all of our citizens, for ware spending matters and his abhor city-filled House with his sincere-I "We ask in Thy name. Amen." I Agencies.
Martha of people who have .... ,
2:00 -
: Ceramics Room at p.m. a country rence of debt He said that a ne -

F ; Puletti, Instr. been largely condition by ex gative vote was the easier ap
Owens Dance Concert Rehearsalin perience and basic economic train proach to the matter for some

Auditorium 7:15 p.m. ing and precepts to be cautious members could then point to their Now At Your favorite Store .
Teen Ballroom Dance in the about debt. For that reason, f it action as "their economy vote for

: Game Room at 7:30vp.m. may be helpful to some who arc this season of the Congress."
Barbershop Quartet in the Conference not entirely familiar with the na Indicating that unless Congress

Room at 8:00: p.m. ture of this legislation to explainits showed some restraint in spendinghe Ask For It. .
__ Men and Boys' Health Club in origin and purpose in some de may not vote 'for any 'kind of :

the Health Club Room, day and tail. The vote by the House to tax cut this year, nevertheless,
evening. raise the debt limit was on an with respect to the debt limit
amendment to the Second Liberty amendment 'he said flatly, "We
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5th Bond Act, similar to legislation t "THE TASTE WILL TELL"HOLLY
are faced here with a fact, not a r fi'ri.r .
= Atlantic Avenue Playground, enacted many times in the past. theory. The fact is we owe the
3:30 5:30 In 1917 Congress passed the Sec it is coming due, and we
supervised play : p.m., money
Hugh Sides, Supv.Ceramics ond Liberty Bond Act, have to. do something about it.
'controls the basic debt limit in must be
.OO ti H s Certainly our Nation
Class ((12 and 13)) in
the; Ceramics Room at 2:00: p.m., force today. Under the originalAct fiscally solvent. Here are some a;"q "ONLY INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING
Trea r
the Department To vote : !
Martha Jean Puietti, Instr. ways to achieve this: ((1)) .3 :a
sury was given the' authority to authorization of new spending FERNANDINA BEACH"For
for ;
Sub Teen Club in Game Roomat }*
borrow an amount not to exceed based criteria of absolute -
7:15 p.m. $7,5 billion. The present measures on : to Home Delivery Call 261-3198
: $100 CASH REFUND AIYO Meeting in Office 7:30 'constitute the need and our ability,
legislation would pay; ((2):i!) To use a selective approach Beach
p.m.Adult Ceramics Class in the 28th amendment to the original to each appropriation bill .k : Fernandina ,
Act. Congress has given its ap cloth to fit the pat.ern" -
and "cut
Ceramics Room at 7:30 Martha DIFFERENCE
onanyFEDDERS Jean Puletti, Instr. p.m. proval to a debt limit over 49 ; and ((3)) To enact my bill,, : ?a k+ TASTE THE .
in times the amount of the 1916 H. R. 102, which calls for,an an- S.J--4 '
Lutheran Church Meeting limit of $7.5 billion. From 1917' in the Nation *
reduction" FRESHNESS.
Conference Room at 7:30 p.m. 1 to today 46 years the debt' nual 1% TASTE THE .
al Debt.
Recital in Audi:
Owens Dance
limit has been increased on an
torium 8:00: 10:00: p.m. (older Already this year on Appropri '
children) average of almost $7 billion per ations Bills I have voted to cut Direct From Farmer To YOU!
of t a 44
The original purpose
in year. by nearly $1 billion
Men and Boys' Health Club budget requests

I the Health Club Room day and ceiling of the was Treasury to give a top the Secretary limit be and I predict authorizationsin that I shall TASTE THE RICHNESS .
Air Conditioner > vote against new
evening. neath which he might issue bonds;
the amount of $7 billion dol.
THURSDAY, JUNE 6th when needed and not have to come lars. Move Up To Quality Use Permium
time they had,
to Congress every
; Milk
in Auditoriumall The ceiling, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Jersey -
Fiesta Activities another bond issue. '
IF IT'S COOL morning.. regardless of its original purpose,:'I SCHOOL LEGISLATION PLASTIC CARTON
Playschool in the Game Roomat lets the people back home know Washington, the beautiful Cap-
9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. how much the nation owes. -
Junior Life Saving Course in Unfortunately, a vote either.1

Pool 9:30: 11:30 a.m. way on the bill does not finally \ FOOD FAIRCoffee
THIS SUMMER Adult Ceramics Class in the solve the fiscal problem of ow::1: .

Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., Martha country. In the immediate situation

Jean Puletti, Instr. as was so effectively pointedout 38c
Ballet Class (Beginners) in the in the debate, there seems tc I 1 1 lb. Can

Not only have we slashed prices on many Fedders models Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne r OUUEIl
...but now you can get Fedders sensational Weather Bond, Owens, Inst. PUBLIC SWIMMING: ,1 LIMIT ON'ITII $5.00 FOOD

.. too! Fedders will pay you a $100 cash refund on your pur Ballet Class (Intermediates) in Monday Sunday 2:154:41: !I' 1 MAXWELL HOUSECoffee
chase price if the average temperature for June, July and the Auditorium at 330 p.m. Jul ,

August is 5 degrees below the 10-year average for the cor anne Owens, Inst. p.m.Monday Sat. 7:15: 9:45 p.m JI JIi .
responding period! So don't let "wait-and-see" worries Ballet Class (Advanced) in the Friday night is Family Night 48

about how hot it will be this summer keep you from taking Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne All children must be accompanied i j 1 lb. Can

advantage of our pre-season sales prices. Models from Owens, Inst.Atlantic by one or both parents. I
Avenue Playground LIMIT $5.00
4,000 to 24,000 BTU's. See Fedders Weather Bond for b
full details supervised play; 3:30: 530pm.: ,
Hugh Sides, Supv. TASTE.Apple.
Teen Club in Game Room at

CHUCK'S TVCORNER 7:15 Adult p.m.Ballroom Dance Class in Sauce 17 0%. Can 5c

the Conference Room at BOO: p.m.
Men and Boys' Health Club in z LIMIT TVOVITH $5.00 FOOD OliDElt[
; 6th AND ASH STREETS the Health Club Room, day and i! '-a--, -- -

I evening. ALASKAN .
A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine I

I Your Florida Local Medical Medical Association.Society and the Salmon 11160%. Can .49c

Spring fever is a condition,
not truly medical in nature,that
EIEORT.SAVERlti A affects everyone.Vhile fever Pure White Fyne BakeSHORTENING
usually denotes a high temperature.
ti- this characteristic 'is not 3 Ib-s. sib*. 68c
common to those with spring
fever. It takes on many forms WITH $3.00;) FOOD OltDElt7T
1/ FRIGIDAIREDishmobile I and symptoms ranging from a LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER LIMIT ONE

desire to be active to the wish I
.-- of "just sitting."
With the arrival of warmer China Town
; weather, the out-door type victim Lady Fair
; ; z of spring fever turns his
thoughts to polishing l i i golf R I I C. E Long Grain'24 oz. Bag 1 19c

clubs, testing the rod and reel,
spading in the back yard or
planning various sorts of recre
ational pastimes. The quiet type 2 Unit RollsFrozen
yearns to sit and think, read 19c' Dinner
o and otherwise occupy himself
with the least physical activity. DELSEY TISSUE
One characteristic common to
all sufferers of spring fever is
",- the wish for a vacation the
Holds day's dishes for time to depart from all routines 10c .
1 a average ;'i
r which form of ,.
of 5RollToYou ;. a part daily li : '
ing, both social and business. -
a Racks for easy Today's additional stress and BANQUET DINNERS 2. For 89c :
front loading ,,' strain create added tension in
Exclusive Swirling Water action ; 'I the tired person.Temporary .

Rolls to sink to tuckaway space. ( \ i i hurry and bustle freedom of from crowds the Best Grade .
Build in I later with optional kit '" i from the

'. 4-cYcle Dishminder Dial r 'I! : t coping problems with business encounteredan and I 9e CHUCK STEAK lb. 59c

4 colors plus white. 1.Yf from pettiness often exhibited Celery Stalk. ; : :

L Chopping block top 1 I : ; I unwittingly will do by much friends to and instill associates anew Small Meaty ; ..

1 j spirit in a tired adult The "
I same is true of a youngster who SPARERIBS lb. 45cCorn
is relieved from the.regular and I
fLIBERAL : disciplinary '
necessary -
WI in the class room.
f I TRADE-IN Plan your playtime to give 10 Ears 35c' Farmer GrayBACON .
you the most enjoyment but .
ALLOWANCES I remember that over-indulgenfe 2 Ibs. 49c
DWDUFFRIGIDAIRE i in anything may do'more harm .
I than good. Late hours, fitting I 25 FREE GREEN STAMPS WITH PORCH >.SE

much I into a short time,and
excessive exercise can result ia Dozen Pound or CartonTomatoes I Frozen ",is"
I pain and fatigue.

I. .- Enjoy your "spring fever", BO CUBE STEAKS ioFor 89c
matter *hat form it takes, pro Lemons
PRODUCT _OF.+ OCNE.RAL MOTORS; I vided a physical checkup as r.
sures you that you are in good i Fresh

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