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: June 6, 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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Over A Century r Your Best Medium

Of Service 41 1-] For Local News

In Nassau County rnan tnn emsen er And Advertising

Since 1858 -- Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession, The Florida News, The East Floridian, The
Peninsula The jernanama Courier me Island Qty FeraaiM'na ooserver. Fernandina Express The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star The News The Fernandina Record.
Fernandina News-Record Nassau County' Leader The Outlook The Florida-Georgia News. The Jernandina News The Buccaneer.

JUNE 6, 1963 12 PAGES THIS ISSUE lOc) PER COPYudj'adrn'


/i Fiesta Activity In Full Swing

I *fc *

t All..Tw trails today, Friday, Saturday Record Field For Golf

Fernandina and Sunday Beach, will where lead huge to Tourney Pro-Am

crowds gather annually for the
Golden Crown Fiesta, markingthe

official beach season.opening Visitors of the Summer from # Top Pro Gets I" .* Bevy Of Beauties aqhA* T1PVN.X of *

far and near will find a warm
welcome on Amelia Island wherean 4 ;
abundance of bathing, fishing i $1,000; AmateursVie Here For Annual '

and boating waters are combined i
with sun and sand to insure a For Prizes 1 Pageant SundayIt's
weekend long to be remembered.
There will be bathing beauties, t *
picked from the loveliest of Florida ( : ?::4 z The second annual Fernandina Fiesta time again in Fer
Beach $5,000 Invitational Golf nandina '
and Georgia, vying for the : : a .a. ::: i
coveted title of Miss Golden Crown : a Tournament is underway today Golden Crown
Fiesta, Precoious little misses r at the local links with a record underway today :I ,
will be trying just as hard to i number of golfers participatingin tourney as the r
emulate their older counterpartsin the pro-amateur event. Last the annual $ ]I
their own special contest. For j __ >\ ; ':year's field numbered 184. Golf Tournament. I
; 1 Tomorrow will mark the first
variety there'll be the second I
annual ,. .. t4i Following the l ,
$5,000 invitational golf tour- I. j day of the 54-hole tourney for / 54-hole
i :::: H S 44 1 & : the $1,000 first-place money to .. tourney I
ney and its bumper crop of con : r". ,'"f': day and Sunday. !I.1
testants, an amateur extravaganza ..5'S m**! *" W 'I the low pro and $1,000 in prizes .' .. ...... ;m .,. .... Bob Young are .1
r :'to winning amateurs in the '-
bowling Lit : :
F Also making I II
j y
'Ki <* {ious '
tle league ball games, boat races, i flights.* j / : #' the ,
most fa'I
dances band concert turtle races I,I II i I' At press time the entry list for j fS'S S 4 ''in the annual
and the like. Add to this fine fa I the, tournament was up to 165. '
cilities for tennis, skating, pic- r The field will be limited to 190 I .;t ;; \ the lovely Miss array Golden of

nics, barbecues, camping, Flor golfers.
j, title. At
ida's longest ocean fishing pier, a . Many of the top pros who competed Another Southern belle in the in the competiion press One of Georgia many lovely
historic state park and unlimited I % jq :':: >>::>' in last year's successful competition Sunday for the title : Janesik of Alma, i peaches is Miss Pam Harrison",
scenic beauty. And for those who :':' event are back for another crackat of Miss Golden Crown Fiesta Guy of Folkson, age 16, who i is. being sponsored!
enjoy the less strenuous pleasures '' the prize money along with a will be Miss Carolyn May of of 'I b> the Clinch County Lions Clubin
there's lots of relaxing to be number of new faces. Amateurs ,> Wa)cross, Ga. I lyn Saundra May Feagle ) the Miss Golden Crown Fiesta!
t include the best in the Southeast. I I pageant Sunday afternocn.
had on the famous twelve milesof } x Nineteen-year-old Miss May is Miss Pam
ocean beach for bathing, sun Generally conceded as the man sponsored by the Waycross Jay- Ga., Miss Carol
ning or driving along the water's to beat is J. C. Goosie of Largo, tees 'Jacksonville, Miss American
edge. Look's like a real old fashioned > who was runnerup last year to I Boatright of Legion
shivaree better get in'' winner Pete Cooper. Goosie had Ann
I on the act. rounds of 72-73-70 and 68 for a ville, Miss Gives Citations
five under par performance. Callahan, Miss !

) Don's miss the performance of ,4 AWa' '. A.. :.S. .A Yf.O.WAS'MMi'il-0hhVNNN..n.vA' He recently defeated Cooper in Miss Jane iTo
the Charlotte Boys Choir here : the state competition at Port Jo and County Youths
I NOT ALL THE BEAUTY in the Golden Crown Fiesta will be furnished pro Padgett
next Wednesday! night at the by participants St. Lucie and went on to win the Nelson, all of
Municipal Auditorium. This outstanding in the annual pageant. Here two lovily, local lassies add just the right touchto ;i tourney. Cooper is unable to participate Miss Nelson is Theodore II. Hernandez Post 51
singing group is famous : this plug for the Fiesta as it was scratched out on Fernandina Beach's incomparable i this year. of the American Legion, has
Florida Teenager"
for their many performances and bathing beach. Left is honey-haired Chris Hall and seated is the equally fetch- : Other name golfers who will in the Miss been their custom for many year,
TV appearances. They will be en.1'I Ii j| ing Sharon Gough. Both graduated from Fernandina Beach High School last week. compete are Skip Alexander, Don contest. has awarded eight citations to
i route beck to Cape Canaveral from !' ---- --- --<-- Bisplinghoff, Emory Lee, Morrie boys and girls in the county high
f Charlotte, N. C., for a repeat per ( Wright, Bill Kennedy who had Other entries schools.
formance. Sponsoring the show is : Unidentified Man ; Exceptional Child I Hilton Kitchens last year's lowest round of 65, St. Marys and The High School Awards of the
t the Woman's Club and proceedsgo Secured I John Redman, Wilfred Reed and The popular Legion are awarded for Courage.
to the building fund. I Specialist others. ganza will also Leadership, Honor{ ,, Service andholarship.
of: Killed By Train For Summer Classes Seeking Election To|I The 78-vearroldvHeed: who has highlights .o( the Beys are p.-. ted
; A recent l i-su* .at-Jhe widejy? ..-.. .... played',$) *'" practically every scheduled- tonight with.bronze medallions aj flfn en-
distributed Standard Oil" News Near -Bo l : t A .committee of'th 'Fernandina 'commissionHilton :, corner of the. world and was one ((Continued! .cwd'"tn"t. iite r rff* avoid
carried a striking picture of the Beach Parent-T' eachei. Association div of the top golfers over 50 years* aMiss brooch each and an. engraved -
\ Florida Marine Welcome Station announced this week that ago, will add considerable colorto Funeral certificate".
i and the new City Marina with a An unidentified white man, believed they have obtained' the services ofa L. Kitchens has qualified the tourney with his ready wit At the Fernandina. Beach High
number of plush yachts tied up to be in his early twenties, Speech Therapist.T acher of for the offjce of City Commissioner j and endless supply of golf stor- In Bunnell School the winners were Katie
along the docks. The accompany was killed by a Southern Railroad Exceptional Children, Mrs. Louise in Group 2, subject to the: ies and events. Residents' 1"i Mae Sterling and James Rylant,
ing article cited the unique con.I train about 4:45 Wednesday Walker of Valdosta, Ga. July his 16 primary, and announced 1 (Continued on page 3)) Jr..
crete-and-glass, wigwamshaped morning approximately one-and. The committee is interested in candidacy this week i Sandi Feagle, 17-)'car-old, Funeral for : At Yulee High SeM l the
welcome station and the Florida a-half miles south of Boulougne, 'arranging private summer classes I 5-foot-5 lovely, is being sponsored Bunnell was held awards went to Joyce Lovett
pretties who give out orange according to Sheriff H. J. Young- i for children in ''need of these &. New LutheranChurch II in the 1963 Miss Golden p.m. in the First Goodbread and Franeis David
juice, maps, tidal and weather information blood.At. j I I services.Anyone. : i Crcwn Fiesta beauty pageant there. The Rev. Flood.
and directions to other .. interested is asked to Named I by the Paxon Civic Club of Jack : pastor, officiated, Fay Willis and Douglas Parleywere
\ Florida attractions 1''and points of press time the NewsLeaderwas call Mrs. Hal Belcher, 261-3464, sonville. I following in recipients at Callahan High
interest. A plug was also given to informed that the victim or Mrs. James Bird, 2613163. I Other pertinent statistics are 1 Mrs. Bray School as were Pamela Davis and
I I local Standard agent, Hugh{ Stone, was identified as Clarence Benjamin S Prince of PeaceOn 36.23.35 measurements.Melton in a Flagler Count Leo McIntosh at Hilliard High
Jr., who furnishes the marina Barber of Callahan, age I She was born School.

I with their "service station" pro. 18. Identification was made Acquittal Is Given + a .. Wednesday evening, inter CertifiedBy Ii C. and moved to ford Judge Legion J. E. (School Gene) W Affairs ther-
I ducts. from
through fingerprints, classified rxi; : ested persons gathered at the years ago Chairman, made the presentationsat
by the Jacksonville Police De On Charge of Sale Recreation Center to map the She is survived I Fernandina Beach, Yulee and
\ The Three R's were considered partment and checked with the : 'j immediate future of the proposednew Civil Service James Bray; Callahan. Commander Albert
highly essential when I was a FBI. S aKitchens Lutheran congregation. Mrs. Hattie Mae
Hirth made the Hilliard
youngster in school and they are Of Beer To MinorsMrs. Among the various topics of discussion f Ethel Miller, both I tations. presen

,t just as necessary and appropriatetoday. Deputy Colon Sikes, assisting was a name for this For Postmaster 1!i I Beach, and Mrs. I
But the government is attempting Jacksonville a
to add the fourth "It"for Youngblood in the investigation, Marie Stratton, of Strat- 'hurch, unanimously selected as Lavada Kieffer ; i Perdue and KitchensIn
stated the man is believed to have the Prince of Peace Lutheran
Regulation, and to this I am ton Trailer Park in Amelia City, The News-Leader was advised grandchildren and
strongly opposed. When aid is: accepted been the person who had stolen a was acquitted by a jury last weekof Church. this week by Congressman D. R. children. City CommissionRace
regulation will not be far 1957 Chevrolet in Waycross, Ga. a charge of the sale of alcoholic The other resolutions presentedby ,i (Billy) Matthews that the Post ; Election July 16
sometime Tuesday. John Barnes, secretary of the
to minors.
beverages !
behind. I know the schools neec1 ;, Office Department had notified
Georgia and Florida officers Planning Committee, included, t Partins' Is Lamar Perdue and Hilton Kitchens
help and many think the proposedG It was proven in the case, him of the certification of W. H.
$ billion would put them up to had received a dispatch on the 'heard before County Judge J. E. that services should begin on Melton by the Civil Service Commission Of $200 In Two have qualified for the Group
has lived in Sunday, June 16 at 11:00 a.m. in seat on the City Commission
a desirable level. Let's raise the stolen car earlier and when it (Gene) Weatherford, that a wit dina Beach for the past Fernan sixteen the Conference Room of the Recreation i I' for advancement of to the Thieves broke a I and will seek election on JulK j jI
and 'permanent position postmaster
necessary funds elsewhere spotted in Folkston about ness in the case had previously rear of Partin's I
that They
Center Sunday are opposing E. J. Smith
and has been ; ) I
years employed by of the Fernandina Beach of-
maintain control. This is the one Tuesday city police purchased beer at the establishment post night and made
midnight I Container Corporation of Amer- School for all ages be held at incumbent, who it seeking reelec
"R" do not need. The driver i in question after presenting I .fice. I $200 in clothing.
we officers gave chase. ica for the past thirteen 9:45: a.m, beginning on July 21; .
ir jumped from ,the vehicle, leaving an identity card showing he was I years. and that a letter. of thanks be I Matthews said that Melton's'1! The robbery tion.E.. J. Johnson, Jr., hat ttMuncJed -
While I'm on the subject of 'he motor running, and ran into 22 years of age. He is married to the former I'written to the Board of American name would be on the next list of !; reaching through | for reeleetion in Group Three
regulations and the he woods. With the assistance of Kavouklis I Mary F. Green of Jacksonville i presidential nominations sent to1 protect the i
government : Mercury county prosecutor Missions of the Lutheran Church | r and as yet Is unopposed for the
open road to Socialism let's take bloodhounds: the officers pursuedhe presented the case against and they have one daughter, Mary : in America for their cooperation 1 the U. S. Senate for confirmation ing clothes that I i post.
exContinued : man to the railroad tracks | Mrs. Stratton and Giles Lewis, Juanita, 9 years old. They are residing -! and encouragement in the development i(j in the near future. :j: that area of the i I _-_____
ii I ( ) where the trail was lost. t Jacksonville attorney, handled the at 391 South Fletcher. : of this congregation. iI! Congressman Matthews added i iI i i The thieves ,
I IM M (Continued On Page 2)) !I defense. :: Kitchens graduated from High (Continued On Page 2)) that Melton has rendered out- clothes for those : Requiem Mass For
Named school in Jacksonville. and furthered standing service to the citizens of store, leaving :'Pope John TonightAt
Courson Is .. .
his education
t ; I by completingtwo Fernandina Beach as acting post and shirts, along
Local GE Dealer years of schooling in building Strickland FuneralSet 1 master ,and expressed his appreciation of the new shirts St. Michael'sy:

Coun.cn, of the Five trades blueprint reading.He to both Melton and the moved from the :i Requiem Mass will be held tonight .
Tolly and Hardwarehas served in the U. S. Army entire staff of the local post of Police Chief J. Thursday( ) at St. 1 'lfael'a
Points been Grocery named as General Electric for three years following World Friday With fice for their efficient' and dedicated vestitrated the Catholic Church at 5:30: p.a for
War II. He is a member of the service. checking out the the
this i iv Holy Father, Pope John,
dealer for area. I I '
First Baptist Church. '
In an ad in this issue, Courson In announcing: his candidacy to Burial In Waycross /-left behind-- for XXIII, _. .

I lists the appliances that he now the residents of Fernandina Beach, "" ..-c'-5-. "-fag.. / -. -
t has in stock at his store. Kitchens states, *"I sincerely solicit 1 Funeral for James Harley I; ,:
He added that he will have a ; your vote and support on July Strickland, 66, will be held Friday'f .' W' !
grand opening soon ; : A 16, and if elected I will do the job at 1 p.m. at the Church of God of iii ,
;: : : to the best of my ability, for all i, Prophecy, with Rev. Homer Drury Ij
Summer SchoolRegistration :R.\. the people." officiating. Graveside services will
x \ '..<: .,\ be held in Piney Grove Cemeteryin
Open Hearing Is Set Waycross, Ga. at 4 pan.
Mr. Strickland passed in ;
Summer school classes in Typing : away
I and English will begin June For Friday, June 14, a local hospital Wednesday after- :

17 and continue until July 26( it I In Knifing Case ;I noon. EA S
announced today. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. 1
I was Hours will be from 8 a.m. until'! County Judge J. E. (Gene) Nellie Strickland; three sons,
12 noon and one unit of credit Weatherford has set Friday, June James Otis Strickland and John ) r% ,, t
will be granted. The fee is $25. ; S 14, as the date: for a hearing in i Harley Strickland, both of Fer-
Those who plan to attend are the case of James B, Shuman, nandina Beach, and Samuel Edward I
asked to register at the high a,, K charged with aggravated assault Strickland of Fort Pierce;
school Shuman allegedly slashed Ken t a daughter, Mrs. Mary Margaret
I Blackwelder in an altercationat i Phillips of Williston, S. C.; two ,
the beach recreation area Sat brothers, W. P. Strickland of Way- iTHE
Yulee District t C of C THESE HANDSOME TROPHIES, which will\\\ be given to urday night Blackwelder was i cross and C. L. Strickland of a

To Meet June 13 i winners of the individual amateur flights in the $5,000 treated at Humphreys Memorial I Folkston, Ga.; five sisters, Mr*.
Fernandina Beach Invitational Golf Tournament, were i Hospital for severe cuts on his i Eliza Fullard, Mrs. Viola Bald- w
of the Yulee District'Chamber !
A meeting
of Commerce, Inc., will furnished by the Fernandina Beach Men's Golf Associa chest Both men are local resi- : win Mrs. Pearlie Wheeler, Mrs. i

be held June 13 at 7:30 p.m. at : lion Right is Glyn Waas, co-chairman with Bob Youngfor i t dents.Investigating officers were Vernon ': Mrs Lovie May Cox Cobb all of of Waycross Hilliard and | CHARLOTTE BOYS CHOIR, outstanding group of Charlotte, N. ('., will perform

the Barn Restaurant in Yulee. : the tournament. Left is Rudy York, a member of the j!I Guest and Joe Leeper of the( grandchildren, 2 stepgrandchildren ; seven- i, at the Municipal Auditorium, Wednesday June 12, at 8:00: p.m. Their local performance
All members and prospective! tourney committee in charge of prizes and trophies. Serving j City Police Department and Sheriff J. and four Itep-rreat.rrand- is being sponsored by the Woman's Club. The choir is shown above as

>member are urged to attend. I with York were Andy Allan and Andy Anderson, Deputy Join Bodiw children. I they visited! Cape Canaveral for one of (their many outstanding performances. --or., .

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Page Two """" N'ercf.Leader; Fernandina Beach; Florida -I Thursday; June 6, ,1903 It"I, .;.- .,S .:. .... I* w" --,-'----w; "':'"\-w..wuw.tj'--5w : 3 .(

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?, 511.ASH STREET:; F110NES '3686 :3187 -- Counter .Y :- 'C
A John H. Perry Newspaper : .., ,
Kar Oldntll! Editor an i 5NATIONAL hnatl"f BY PAUL WARWICK ClUBBY
--I Feraandina Beaeh News-Leader i; : -
EDITORIAL, Some people say that school Fernandina Beach has gone definitely i1sp I
.L IA cGTlaNutrt board members should net be archaeological in its interest -
\ ,' ;. ; U .:J.OM paid. I'm not sure how this would! 1 and its thinking, as excavation CARSOX McKEXDREE .I A

_. work out I do believe that the salary and analysis of Fort San I side and

ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I should be set so as not to be Caros! in Old Town enters now c to

Published every Ttiursdayand entered at the Post Office : an incentive by itself to run for into its final stages. I A special meeting is called! for serve the thirsty ones. I by

Fernandina beach Florida as becoml) class mail matt r. that particular office. A salary :I. The work at the old fort under i! Friday night (tomoirow) 81 I Arrangements have been made Hagen
Subscription Rates: reduction! for school board members -'' j
direction of Florida State Univer- with I
i' dockmaster Joe Suriano for
S4 a year $2.25; fi months $1.25 3 Months is long overdue and I think p.m. at the clubhouse when final : armed
sity's Dr. Hale G. Smith, has New
ap- pit for the
space races. Kasley his
., $450 a year out of county this should be changed during this parentlyjriven all residents of the i,[ plans for the races to be held Thomas is handling the settingout ,

| legislative session. community a new conception of Sunday will be discussed. I need of buors, with Sportsmans "We

Holland Seeking Cross State CanalOf j I 1 A salary of $75 per month this area's rich historical back two good flag men volunteer, Wharf furnishing the boat. central talk ] !
ample at this time. Will ,
seems ground. Restoration of the old j r Hugh Stone,- Eddie McKendree All in all, it looks like this is
considerable! interest and of great import in this Senator Stratton and Representative : fortifications will be a marve'ous and Amelia City Mayor to be a bang-up affair, so come every with
Wingate tread: "where: angels George: more
area current efforts to the Cross-Florida attraction for Fernandina Beach. on down to the meeting and
are push barge helpus
fear to tread? \ Chaplin will again
and serve as jud
history-minded citizens from
canal. Public support is manifest throughout Florida and work out the final details. All than FINGERiSTARTING
William A. Childs
i other parts of the country, of' ges.Gwen aspects of the race will be discussed ,
all interested: are urged to add their personal support.If our
course, but real value, already has' McKendree and Mildred'' so each member of the club :

and when the canal is built the Intracoastal Waterway MARINALOG J been achieved in the interest the Thomas will make and serve'' will be able to answer any ques- need The
work has stimulated. sandw'ches and'cold drinks from !
S tions asked.
which flows past our dock area, will see a great increase the viduals
_. When this correspondent first clubhouse. A drink stand will See you tomorrow night
in traffic and it is only reasonable to assume that we are
be set dose
ciD. came to Fernandina to live, some- up tp the ,Teepee to Frday 8 p.m.
added traffic means added use of our dock facilities and ,.
thing over two months ago, his
? trying
marina. ,

new Florida's Spessard Holland is currently in the forefrontin : by welcome the question was always: "Have accompanied you been i|:. Fiesta 'Sgt Doyle TalksTo ',than more ,;

Congress in a battle to dig out funds for the construction '- ..:=: out to Old Town and seen what 1 ;
of a barge canal which will cut Florida in half but -\ is going on there?" By: now; to be Outboard Races Kiwanians On I Capt.
sure, have and partyto
we area ,
which will in turn create a waterway for the transportation -"_____ .2. the general enthusiasm. duced Phone2Gl5269"r
of bulk products from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic --- --- PLACE: Fernandina Beach, on Walt
: It can't hurt to repeat a few, ifnot Driver Standards gram
Q.(' m. Boats docking at the new City all, names of those who have 1! S Inland Waterway at Welcome Staten ,
Marina during the week of May : Station. '
Most traffic using the project would save: as much as; SO were as follow, with the name participated in the actual diggingon DATE: Sunday, June 9, 19G3. BY TOMMY ,HALL son : ,
the site and tho e others inthe No choke to adjust! I
GOO miles to the route around KeyWest. SPONSORED DY .Fernand Highway Patrol
as compared open-water of the boat, the owners address, community who have enc ari : Ja Sergeant Dick degree

the owner and length of boati I aged and helped the project don ., Beach Chamber of Commerce and Doyle spoke to Kiwanians on No rope to fight!
i listed in that sequence: i the Fernandina Beach Boat Club. Monday night on the service
The battle for the canal goes back over a century when I Bolo Jr., Ocean City Maryland, Dr. Smith's own archaeological TIME: Races start at 1:30 p.m. which the Department of Public from No back to ache!

the first thought of cutting a canal either through Florida! John Mumford[ 38 feet .S students from FSU, the shock sharp. Safety renders to the public inary.

or Georgia was considered. The first thorough plan }proposed Elizabeth N., Mamaroneck New troops of the venture, you might DRIVERS MEETING: 1:00 through the Highway Patrol. in The both i Just lift the starter Wtib your

came in the 1930's when a sea level} ship canal wa I York, Robert B. Rogers, 35 feet say, have included Miss Reiee p.m. sharp roll call all driv- Centering his talk primarily lain fingertips and liNGO! you're
''Hine of Satellite Beach, Fla.; ready mow.No pull strain.
Excavation was begun as a work-relief measure! Ten-R-Ten, East Orange, New ers must attend.REGISTRATION. i around Drivers Licenses and the the Exclusive MagnaliteTM house
Miss Anne Baxter, of Hayworth,
Jersey V. Peter lorio, 55 feet. : Anytime be- '
but the effort soon died out. operation of motor vehicles on fense. : ing cuts one-third off mower
I Mo 2975 G, Washington, D. C., N. J.; Miss Donna Wilt, of Eu!'- fore 12:45 p.m. closes 12:46: the public highways, Doyle high- weight-makes LAWN-BOY the
Jn 1045 the present project for a high-level lock barge! W. Dahl], 17 feet. I Itis i FIn.; and these other Florid,'I (positively). S lighted his talk by giving Kiwan-I'I lightest weight easiest handling

canal was authorized. Advance planning was resumed for. Five Fins, Birmingham, Ala- ians: Jack Marwitt, of Delray ENTRY FEE: $2.00 (two lana a sample Drivers Test, a replica ; mower you can buy. See

]!)G2.: The actual construction still awaits the appropriation bama, E. N. Dreivien, 60 feet. Beach; Barry O'Neill of Fort dollars) each class entered each of the actual test given to ers It-try it today!
of fund.- Thetis III. Tampa, Florida, R. : Walton Beach; Bill Westbury, also boat entered except all entries persons seeking driver's licenses. : days \:
28 of Fort Walton Beach, and Bob, ratio \ \\ Converts In a jiffy
H. ,Frazior, feet. in all classes can run in free for Scores

Senator Holland's]) efforts now are geared to the releaseof Pam Marion, Fort Lauderdale: Hurst, from Panama City. .' all no additional cost. Kiwanians,were generally confidential]] came but out longer ( ) i, VJ \fCr grass catching

a one million dollar appropriation to start construction Fied Burda, 32 feet. I And there were others helpingin COURSE: Closed Buoys on \V e n. -

of the canal. He is also asking for an additional $250,000to Susabeth B., N. !amton New .the excavations, not FSU stur' each tuin safety and starting 1! "Attitudes of drivers all : l't
Hampshire, Imperial Machine Co., dents, but young people interested buoy. are
begin planning the Fcur Rivers Basin flood control and and important" Doyle stated. "Chil- ;
work in general
64 feet in the
conservation; project. The two projects will complementone activitie BOATS: No hydros (except dren learn driving attitudes from \ -,;. :
Loafalonsr, Hollywood, Florida, carrying on their own I
; free for all) eligible boas are their and older members
another parents
: Harry Wohe, 52 feet. tcward archaeological degrees.All runabouts and family boats : I Catcher chute and bag snapon

The need ,for the canal to ccme through Florida is .obvious. -1 John Vagabondia A. ,Knowles Anna, 38 ,,feet.Maryland, than of simple them were academic impelled interest.by mqre, single engine cats not exceeding ;'of ever the take family the wheel.long before they I and needed.off quickly.Vacuum easilynotools sweeps

The cost of cutting such a canal through states hp. class. clippings and leaves into bag
Eroctica, Wilmington, Dela- Some of those have been Don I Emphasizing the need for bet- I
'I I i-1 standard make .
: Any disp6sat.Mcde1523L
north.of: the Florida would be easy
peninsula prohibitive. ware, Brad Kays, 21 feet. McLean, of St. Simons Island,, S exchange ter driving attitudes as a part of :

Slow moving bulk commodities will be provided a lower Jacqueline, II, West Chester, whose scholarly curiosity ,about evcent'- no component class 5)). parts the driver education program, he' j IS'cutCini $94 50
pointed out that it is difficult to I
has carried himtq
transportation rate than i is ,currently paid. The average Albert P. Maudes, 41 feet. things historic I i i DISTANCE) : 2 heats classes : (_ Caklwr" .
Stover teach driver attitudes to people !MIll!SIIIIIItAli.
James ,
figure i released show that the waterway shipping would Milfan, Norfolk, Virginia, Milton !i many places; Mrs. 1 ,through 4. 3 (three) laps each who have driving : .cast)
Babb Mrs. Joan acquired improper .
Mrs. :Mildred ,
Friedman, 40 feet. EASY TEI1US
cost four mills ton mile to 1.5 cents heat each lap.one
per as per Hatteras, Scranton ..Pennsylvania McNutt, and Franz Mitchell, all habits in early childhood. \
Free for all 10 laps or
ton mile by rail. Needless to gay, the maximum opposition J. A. !Mabel 41 feet. of Fernandina Beach. approximately 10' miles 1 heat. As an illustration, he said, J| FIRESTONEBEACH
i is coning from the railroads. Bartels, "one ,five old told ,the \
Bill-Dcr Anna, Maryland, William Mr. and Mrs. Jay CLASSES: No. ,1: 35 ,h.p. and year patrol
F. Chew, 33 feet. among local people, also have under 13' centerline on boat that ,his father always made him 1 I
The proposed lock system would run from just southof Staunch, Fort Lauderdale, ,Florida been enthusiasts from the beginning sintrle -engine. stand cm the back seat and look I' .' SUPPLY

Injjlis and Yankeetown en the Gulf coast into the St.. R. A. Field, 30 feet. beincredited with the No. 2: CO h.n. and under 13' backwards. When asked why, he'''!
JolmV River at Palatkn. The ]107 mile strip is planned to Dcryann V, Naples, Florida, initial impetus which gave the centerline on boat single engine. said, in order to ,tell Daddy when L. 118 ATLANTIC AVE. .
a depth of 12 feet with five locks spanning the length. It Virgil? Waite 3G featSanDar project its start. Mrs. Bartels,.appropriately the patrol is coming." ,

would add 231 miles of waterfront to the state.. II, Charleston, South is president of the No. ;3: 75 h.o. and under ,-- 13' Courteous service and protec-I' :f
Carolina, J. C. Kearre, 42 .feet ;flBieuit !' Gen. Duncan Lamont CJinch Historical : centerline on boat -. single en- I tion is the byword of the Florida i ,, J TtzdeAt.JoineWANT
Although a boon to the nation generally) it would bring East Qucgoe: Biscuit Society! of Amelia Island. ine. Highway Patrol, the speaker : .

a new fccus of attention on Florida and through this aid Co. Inc., 42 feet. j' And there are others 'who have No. 4: 100 h.n. and under 13' stated. i --- --- --- --- -- --- -- .-- -<
in t1$ concentration of additional new economic interestsfor Anna C. G. Y5303 Portsmouth, aided the project by their generosity centerline on boat single en- Two new Kiwanians were inducted :
United States Coast Guard, 150 I' and their hospitality to the the Miles Dow I I 1/
the. state.Although\ ?ine. at meeting, TO BE t .., I l/
such Mr.
feet i visiting excavators as No. 5: Free for all any type Dixon, and Sherwood Jerome I '1 'f ; t.r'II
most of the direct aid will po to the Northern Interprize II, York Maine, I :and Mrs. George Fox: Gil Bedar. outboard boat motor lower Lancaster, better known to inti- ,, 1'k'' } If I ,
part of the state, a number of South Florida newspapers !I Lawrence Bliss.! 32 feet. '1 :superintendent of Clinch State unit and unlimited h.p. mate friends as "Dick" and "Jer I Iry" -- l'-

and interests arc lending support to the project. I I ,Rence Marion Fort Lauderdale ,Park; Mr. and Mrs.: Otto Phan- PRIZES: Class: No. 1: Trophiesfor They were inducted by Tho- ; {
(owner not.en), 27 feet. steil. Bill ,Galah) !,'), Miss Olive! .
: Hall who stated
__ ___ __ Mrs. Gor- 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. places. mas G. over a bOL COOLS
u --- and Mr. and
-_. -.1 Galphin Class. No. 2 through 4 1st. i inlace I quarter million men wear the Kiwanis ::
--- --.w---- $
don McNutt.It $15.00 cash. 2nd. 1000 emblem.
was Reed Lewellen ,I believe, 3rd, trophy. ''Dixon is .. / I \
employed by Rayon- /
told about it all } 1; ,
who first me <
Class No. 5 1st. place J25.QO > 1 ,., \ \ ,
his aides Mrs..Sei- : ier, Inc., and Lancaster by Container ..'' .' ;: ... ,
and of ;
he one
cash. 2nd 3rd., $10.00.
$15.00. of
Corporation America.
5 bertand I am grateful to them '.,II NI I'J' :."4H [fIt WHEN IT'S
Both instructed in the real
were -
and all the others for an interesting I f = =
purpose of Kiwanis and the place '. NI
to homeV 1= -===
introduction Lions
my In DiscussionOf '----- "
L;> .000 wonders. which munity.! it. serves in the local com I r ========= j'1"1 1" HOT SI

i I New Lutheran Fiesta Project son Key of Club''Kiwanian guest Stuart was John Davis.Davis, f E------: .- ;< ," 9 liii

at Resident Bryan Rauscert called i : : I Ii
In lieu of a regular speaker _. GET A 51
(Continued from Page One) Board of Directors meeting .. "
the Lions Club's weekly ses1 onTpesdr.y a : ':'-t t j'?'J.J 1 I
W. H. Melton, immediately following the dinner I .
Pastor Himmelman, mission developer night, _. ,
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] of the Board of American oiogram chairman asked for adiscus'sicn meeting. r.- I _\ .. ..
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Missions related the brief his- of the upcoming Fiesta. -- .
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tory of the start of this church, Ray Caldwell general chairman Fort 'ClinchPark '.. ..
l .
of American qf the Fiesta gave a rundown on '
the work that the Board _
and the that has been set up. Visitors Total
Missions is.now doing\ ROOM AIR COHDlTlOrUR!
;I the plans for future growth of He said that all is in readiness 141,153 To Date
that all signs _
I this congregation. for the Fiesta and
I He then introduced the members point to an enjoyable and well- Visitors at Fort Clinch State Raymond Loewy styling and compact Carrier engineering
I attended opening of the beach Park for the week ending Sunday -
of the Planning Committeeas
produce the superb Room
I new Sceptre Weathermaker.Inches .
I it now stands, L G. Armstrong, season'and invitational golf tournament June 2, totalled 4,237 according : *
I( slimmer-just 14 front to back, two-speed cooling
to from the
!JR. Burns Bailey, treasurer: John a report Of-// '
Barnes, secretary, Edgar Fooshee, ;,i John McClane reported on the fice of Gil Becker, park superin and dehumidifying, super-silent, fully adjustable air-

: and we join in wishing all visitors to FernnI Miss Helen Fulmer, financial secretary Lions' project ''for the Fiesta been, the tendent.Of flow, new Fram Permachem-treated filter that filters dust,
turtle races that have so this number, 3,278 were day
II Fred Haworth, T. R. Over-
He said I' dirt and pollen/ from the air. Four 1-HP models includinga
street, and James Weber. Also !successful in the past. visitors, .825 were campers, and
I : dma Beach o happy and fun-filled weekend. introduced was Mrs. Betty Mill- that response from sponsors of 133 were guests at Jetty Lodge. 115-volt, 7Y2-amp model. $HJ.JO .
been S
I saps who offered her services as the individual turtles has This brings to a total, 111,153 i From cotyttrmi
beyond expectations and that a registered since the fiscal year I
for the services.
pianist worship
: On 'hand was :a display of the highly successful event is assured. beginning July 1, 1962. Day visitors -: L. B. Reese Piumliing& Hs&iing Co.

i various physical assets donated Mike Fiala reported that ,plansare were 105,036, 33.203 were'' _

We hope that your stay will be so enjoyable i for the 50 new bymnals church., altar These, cross included night in and the installation making for of a officers.Ladies guests.campers, and 2,914 were Lodge :I "We Service Everything We Sell"110J

candlesticks. flower vases, offering The total number at the park' I SO. 8th STREET PHONE 261- 892 I

: will continue to return after plates, altar hangings- guest Just Ramblin'Continued i last Sunday was 1,357. - .
you year year. I register, candlelighter communion ------ ; ---- -

i service, baptismal font, typewriter ( from Page: One I
filing cabinet, mimeographand 5- -
with today. -
faced :
ample we are ':
educational literature. The American citizen is losing a I e''l'f\ j- -':
: : An invitation is extended to all
if have need of little more of his individual free
j you banking service during friends and interested persons U dom with each passing: day. If I''
attend the first service at 11:00 analyze ,the t
you don't believe it,

I : your visit we will be pleased to render whatever a.m., Sunday, June 16.Unidentified your daily courts news a promote little closer.laws When that! I,

I. Man force a private citizen to hire, :
rent to or sell to any specific N

: :: aid<< we can.FLORIDA (Continued from Page One) group ,or person, everyone is losing ,
more and more of their individual
I I Engineer J. I. Roister told officers freedom. Those that are ,I Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up LetUs Check Your Wheel
i he saw the man sitting on fighting against discrimination' Will Bring Peak Perform- Now! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance. .
I. .- the tracks, leaning over with his and for recognition at any cost, '
ance Back To Your JIo- pend On The Prompt AcYou'll]) Drive More Safely! ,
head in hands.: and as speedily as possible, mav '
I i
tor. tion of Your Brakes.
: I The victim's shoes were taken well have descendants who will 4
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r to Folkston where they compared wish-they had proceeded with

I in size and tracks to the more foresight and patience. When ,
i National Bank shoes worn by the man fleeing regulation] comes with its maze COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE{ CARS ,

the abandoned car. of lars that limit the individual

t.: L1wut FernetiiUnH Beach Fingerprints of the victim were freedom, it will not tone for any 1
: j taken by Sheriff Youngblood's office one group but will come for all.

I and sent to Washington for T> HarrtSl'i Awto Service
f' : I identification. The stolen vehicle No one throws their empty

r U _ .LMILt rutm.worn- .IUUUNCE,COUCUUON was fingerprinted in Folkston by beer cans on the living room rug w : ?
] the FBI and GBI. i or in the front yard. Why then doI :._.. "YOUR JIAMILIR DEALER"
f S .. j The only items found on the they persist, in throwing them on .

I J body were a pair of inail clippers j the front yards" of our city J YHONE ..2614U7flj ANP JASMINE STREETST .

1' and a cigarette lighter. streets aial.statediighways. I ,. -
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I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 6, '1963 Page Three

Scholarships Awarded FBHS Graduates Of 1963I American Holds Memorial Legion I Miss Melba Durham Bride of June 2 I leisurely York where trip they to will Brooklyn make, their New i

home. Mrs. Gonzalez chose fet'" ,
I : travel ,a dress of beige lace wits
Day ObservanceThe '.:9" t' $ : matching bolero, worn with white

ftl'I'1 accessories and the orchid corsage

graveside of Theodore H. from her Bible.

Hernandez, Fernandina's first casualty They will be at home at 259.

i in World War I, was the .. 'f ." t. .>..3: '" Wychoff St., Brooklyn
scene of Memorial Day services .. .' ;,,, "- Out-of-town guests were, Mr.
i by American Legion Post 54 ;'" :'i and Mrs. C. M. Mathison of In

which is named for Hernandez. .;4.f- dian Lake Estates, Dr. and Mrs.

Services were conducted by .,., Ben Daniels and sons of Live

Commander Albert Hirth, assisted Y tA .,. ,.;
.\ ;, by Commander-elect Tom Til! ':<" i.' t Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Julian C.
Pickard of Jackksonville.
man, Chaplain Thomas Kaney "',i

1 Miss' Carol Schuett, $400 Fernandina Beach Lions Club Scholarship. 2 Miss Katie Mae Sterling, $400 per year I and W. F. McJunkin, Color -41 Mr. and Rehearsal Mrs. H.o'Dinner. Sahlman,

State Teachers scholarship, and $600 per year Womans Club scholarship through the Southern Scholarship and Re- Bearer.Assisting in the services .l1 Sr., were hosts Saturday eveningat

search Association. 3 Miss Lucy Dyal, Womans Club scholarship through the Southern Scholarship and Research ,I the Legion Auxiliary, with Mrs.was t 1 f't'f 3e'a t, their home, "Villa of the .. '

Association. 1- James Rylant, Jr., $1,000 per year Southern Pulp and Paper Industry scholarship, North Carolina j Hurley M. Fink, president; Mrs. ..,\. i Palms", at a buffet supper hen- '" .

State. 5 Miss Judi Hitchcock, $400 Grant-In-Aid at LaGrange College, Ga. 6 Miss Kathy Walters, $400 Grant. !i Edna Weimer, first vice presi. ; oring members of the Durham-

In-Aid at Montreal College, North Carolina. 7. Miss Elaine Smith, whose picture did not return from the engravers 1 I dent; Miss Katherine Hirth, sec- / ..i \1 Gonzalez wedding party. .

in time for this edition, $300 Grant-In-Aid at La Grange College, Ga. I retary; Mrs. Thomas A. Kaney, w p j ". 'Im' .. The rooms of the lonely horn .
3 ,
:. ; were opened ensuite and decorated
-- -- --- ------ Mrs. E. L. Gill,
; < \ i' :;
I .. .
', :., with massive arrangements of- "
tend the free fish fry and to par- Goggans, E. F., Jacksonville. CARD OF THANKS I historian, and Mrs. T. W. Tilman. t J' and blue
Golf pink hydrangas, roses
Tourney for the C. After grave side ceremonies, ,, .1
ticipate in the drawing Goosie, J. Largo. I '1 '" \ and dahlis. .
We wish to thank our many the Legion members and the Auxiliary "" f
golf bag. Green, "Doc", Waycross, :
friends for their love, kindnessand placed the flag of the United w : In the dining room a lovely

J (Continued from Page One) Following is a list of the en Griffith, W. H., Jacksonville. the loss ., : floral piece in various shades of
tries at 5 p.m. Wednesday: Groves, Henry, Jr., Jacksonville. understanding during States with Legion poppy at ;:, and blue used. Guests
pink was
Today the Fernandina of our dear Mother. I the head of each 'veteran's grave. '. .JI
contestantsare Alexander St. Hamilton "Ham" .
pro-am Skip, Petersburg. -=-- served themselves from beautifully
: a
battling for $1200 in May God bless each and every No distinction of wars was made. J ,
over I Allen, H. T. "Pug", DeLand. Beach. '.'' arranged buffet. The pink
prizes. Last year's winning pro. .i'Anderson, D. W. "Andy," Per- Harding, Bob, Jacksonville. one of you. I '.'f'"< and blue motif was carried out in,

am team was headed by Doc i nandina Beach. Hillyer, Dr. C. C., Jacksonville. The Family of Mrs. Laura Belle George Hatch Is "II .Ati. x' "'w"":""" ." -:.... the appointments.
Green of Waycross, Ga. His teamof i! 'Barker, Dr. Geo. W. Jr., St. I Hilty, C. R. Jr., Jacksonville. Jeffreys I Those present to enjoy this de
Mickey McGowan Pete Cole Beach. Commended For and Mrs. Alberto Valentin Gonzalez I
Marys, Ga. Hoffman, Bill, West Palm Mr. lightful affair with Miss Durham
man and Virgil Thomas posted a I Bass, Vie, Lake Worth. Holden, S. J., Jacksonville. Naval PromotionGeorge and Mr. Gonzalez and Mr. and

CO, 12 under par. Basso, Ray, Jacksonville. Holmes, Gary, Jacksonville FiestaContinued Memorial Methodist Church i lace bodice was enhancedith a Mrs. Sahlman were Mr. and Mrs.

On Friday night the participants i i Beasley, Ballard, Ridge Manor. *Holmesf John H.,0 Jacksonville.Hutchins Hatch, son of Mr. and provided the setting Sunday afternoon ; rounded neckline and long tap1"1 Lester Durham, parents of the

will be guests of the Cityof ;, Beckmann, Martin, Savannah, Ga. Kenneth, Neptune ( from Page One) Mrs. David L. Graham, and grandson for a lovely June wedd- ) '1ppve Cascades of ruffled I bride-eltct, the Reverend and Mrs.

Fernandina Beach at a fish fry I Bergenroth, Kevin, Ft. Pierce. Beach. of Mr. and Mrs. George E. ing, uniting in marriage Miss silk tulle formed the bouffant I John L. Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Ben

at the golf course. Holders of Birdsong, Thomas B., JacksonI .In ram, C. B., Fernandina Beach. the Municipal Auditorium. Mike Miller, has recently been promoted Melba Frances Durham, daughter Odiierma length skirt, complimented -I Daniels and Hal Sahlman, III, of

tickets will also be eligible for i I \ Kappas, Chris, Jacksonville. Fiala and W. II. Melton are in by the U. S. Navy to Boatswain of Mr and Mrs. Lester Dur- '! with an overskirt of white Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell

the fish fry.Saturday j. Bisplinghoff, Don, St. Petersburg. Kennedy, Bill, Coral Gables. charge of this event. Mate, Third Class. ham of this city, and Alberto I lace gathered up at the back Mathison of Lakeland, brother ''

night the participants Blackmon, Dr. Bill, Montgomery, Kennedy, Ray, Jacksonville. Also beginning ,tonight at 7 i. The following letter was received Valentin Gonzalez of Brooklyn, i waistline in an apron effect Her I and sister-in-law of Mrs.I Sahlman,

will be guests at a hospitality Ala. 'Kurtz, Jack, Tequesta. p.m. at Had Jen Lanes on South by his parents from his New York. !i headpiece was a Queen's crown Mrs. F. II. Hbbien, Mrs. W. A.

party at the Woman's Club building I Blair, Mel Jacksonville.! Lambert, Jim, Jacksonville 8th St. will be the 4-day bowling division officer: The bridegroom is the son of I j of seed: pearls, caugnt with a i Davis, Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper, Mrs.J. .
and at the Golden Crown Boyd, August L. "Augie", St. Lankford, T. J., Jacksonville. tournament with attractive prizes USS Muliphen Mr. and Mrs. Leandro Gonzalez of i shoulder length veil of importedsilk R. Lynn, Mrs. C. F. Morris,
Fiesta grand ball at the municipal Petersburg. Lannon, T. P.., Fernandina Beach. being offered bowlers in his area. AKA-61 Havana Cuba. illusion. She carried a white Miss Marie Cone, Miss Katherine

auditorium. I Boykin, Larry C., Tampa. Larsen, Bob, Fernandina Beach. I Roger Hadden is in charge. May 1G, 1963( The 1! Bible topped with a white orchid I Whitney, Miss Mary Ann Dickens,
I Results of the tourney will be *Brann, A. W., Jacksonville. Lee, Emory, Moultrie, Ga. Little League baseball will be Dear Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Rev. John Louis Jones, I corsage. Arthur Renshaw, Frank Morris
I announced late Sunday afternoon | *Brann, Bob, Jacksonville. Lee, Gordon W., Hawthorne.Lee the featured fare on Friday, witha It has been a real pleasure for pastor, performed the double ring Mrs. Durham those for her I and Dow Dxon.:

following play and prizes! will be I I Brasington, Chuck, Blakely, Ga. Nelson C., Jacksonville. doubleheader scheduled. 'In the me to witness the ceremony this ceremony at two o'clock. daughter's wedding, a bone white -- --

I awarded. Also at this time a $lCO I( Cann, J. Duane, Jacksonville. Leffingwell, Freddie, Miami senior division, the Forest Hill i afternoon at which your son, Handsome arrangements of I linen costume suit worn with i .

,I kangaroo golf bag will !be givento Casey, Edison, St. Marys, Ga. Shores. Redbirds will meet Bohannon's George, was promoted to Third white gladioli, Fuji mums, babs- matching accessories. Her corsage : fire
the holler of the winning golf Chaff, Lew, Jacksonville Lentz, Jimmy, Bradenton. Stags at City Ball Park at 5 p.m. I: Class Boatswain Mate. Becominga breath and eucalyptus leaves fill- : was a purple orchid. I casualty
I ,tourney ticket.Tickets Clark, Nick, Jacksonville. "Leonard, George, Apopka. The junior division will play at petty officer means more prestige ed the stately floor baskets flank- automobileand
Mrs. 11. F. grandmother
Cleveland, Dick, Jacksonville. Leonard, Jack, Jacksonville. 7:30: at the Little League and authority for him, but it ing the altar. I
sale Tickets becoming
are on locally. I of the bride, chose a NOW. .
for the three-day event are II I Conner, Gene, Jacksonville. Lowenstein, Gus, Seymour's pf: park, with the Kraft Athletic also means increased responsibilities. Dow Dixon, organist, rendereda I ensemble of seafoam

.I selling; for $2 and individual day Costello, J. G., Atlantic Beach. Lynch, Jim, Jacksonville.; Club Redlegs meeting the Kiwanis''' program of nuptial music as I green silk shantung. She wore

;pickets at $1 each. As listed above Crawford, Jim, Daytona Beach. MacDonald, Joe, Jacksonville. Senators. League President Pete I The Boatswain Mate rate is one the guests assembled, and Mrs. beige accessories and a coisagc'of
I the tickets entitle the bearer to at. "Crement, William E., Jackson. McAtee, A. L, Neptune Beach. Schuiling is in charge of arrange I of the hardest to attain in the Marvin Jenkins, soloist, sang "I cymbidiums. LFENINSURANCE
I ville. McCoy, James C. Lake Worth. ments. Navy and for good reason. lIe is Love You Truly and "The Lord's ; green .

Damiata, Carl, Jacksonville. McCracken, Bill, JacksonvilleBch. Beginning Saturday, a sidewalkart i expected, as a Boatswain Mate, to Prayer" I Immediately following the ceremony -
Now Is The Time To Davis, Dr. Dave, St. Petersburg. show has been scheduled, beginning i be THE real leader of men aboard Miss Katherine Durham was I Mr. and Mrs. Durham en-

Remodel Dean, Miles, T., Atlantic Beach. McElhiney, Bob C., Jacksonville. at 10 a.m. and continuinguntil I I ship and set an example of good her sister's maid of honor. She : tertained with a reception at their

I or Repair Dickerson, Bill, Jacksonville. Mahoney, W. T., Jacksonville.Mann 5 p.m. This new feature ofI I military bearing, neatness and wore a waltz length dress of aqua i home. Buy your life insurance

Duliakas, C. J., Jacksonville. Joe Sarasota. the Fiesta will be held in the I.I hard work for the rest of the chiffon over matching taffeta. I Presiding at the punch bowls where casualty you and buy auto your insurance.We fire.,

II 'Edwards, E. V. "Eddie", St. Pet- Matey, Frank, Jacksonville Bch. front park at the Recreation Cen- '' crew, petty officers of other rates Her slippers were of aqua satin were Mrs. Frank Morris, Mrs. offer complete .

36 ersburg. Meyers, Bill, Ormond Beach. ter. The show is for adults only, 'I' included.As and her headpiece was of matching Virginia Robson and Miss Patty of whole a life family program

11.t IYjll Erwin, Jim, Jacksonville. Micek, Tom, Ft. Lauderdale. with each being allowed two en- his division officer, I am I ribbons and tulle. She carried : Thornton. Mrs. B. C. White and plans, mortgage redemptionand

..---- Dlonth Ewing, James Paul, Jr., Fernan- Mizell, Wally, Jacksonville. tries. Mrs. Claire Belcher is chair- proud of his achievement, as I'm a nosegay of Sweetheart roses. I Mrs W. J. Collins served cake. estate builders. .. ,
, To Pa; dina Beach. Morris, J. W., Jacksonville man of this committee.The sure you are too. I have seen I Arthur Renshaw served as best Miss Mary Ann Dickens kept

Francis, Jon Jacksonville.. 'Nolan, Wallace, Jacksonville. crack Jacksonville Beach George under all types of circum- I man and ushers were Hal F. Sahl- i the bride's book. j

'Fulton, Ron J., Jacksonville. Pace, A. G., Orange Park. School Boy Patrol of national recognition stances and respect him not onlyas man, III, and James Franklin I Mrs. Durham was assisted in WOOTENInsurance

I Fernandina Lumber 'Gedeon, Bob J., Fernandina Page, Bob, Jacksonville. and which drew wide a willing, able and conscientious Morris. I receiving the guests by her moth .
,. .
Agency ;
& Supply Beach. 'Perry, Bill Jr., Winter Haven. acclaim for their performance at worker, but as a man.Sincerely Given in marriage by her father er, Mrs. Sahlman, Miss Marie
South 3rd St. Tlrne 261-3641 Ghioto, Vince, Jacksonville. I Perry, Bill Sr., Winter Haven. the 1962 Fiesta, will again be on the bride was never lovelier Cone and Mrs. F. II. Hobein. CALL ELLEN SHANK '

. 'Gloer, Robert, Jacksonville.FATHER'S 'I 'Phillips, J. M., Jacksonville.! hand to entertain. Ronald E. Allen, than in her wedding )gown of frosty After spending some time with \I 261.5503 '" ..

J. Philo, David, Tallahassee. They will parade through the Ensign, USNR white lace and tulle. The fitted their guests, the couple left on a I
t Pitts, Dr. Bud, Valdosta, Ga. I --- -
downtown beginning at 11 = I
Beach. .
DAY IS JUNE 16TH y't Poole, Harry, Fernandina \
Saturday, providing the escort -
Beach. a.m.
Pringle, Jim, Neptune
for the beauty contestantswho
Raker, Tom, Tallahassee. '
Redman, John, Boca Raton. will follow riding, displayingtheir IijJ1( (
and .
charm beauty.At
Reid, Wilfrid, West Palm Beach.
Rhodes, E. W., Jacksonville. 1:30 Saturday afternoon, S
Park. the Lions Club will stage the always Welcome To
Ricker, R. L, Orange
tRio, Vernon, Jacksonville. entertaining Turtle Races, G4'
to be held the beach at the end
\ Robbins, Bill T., Jacksonville. on I ( :
_____ Roberts, Jim, Jacksonville. of Atlantic Ave. Lions John Mc-
Clane and W. II. Melton head S _-
t.Q t. Ruscetta, Guy F., Jacksonville.
Ryon, Robert C., Tallahassee. this committee, with able assist-
from other Lions. Fernandina Beach
Scarboro I J. A., Jacksonville. ance .
At 2:30 Saturday afternoon, a
Fernandina Bch.
Scarboro, John, a
number of winsome sub-
;) 'Schroeder, Frank A., Jackson large ,
sub-debs will vie for the title of : .
ville. I t'
Jacksonville. Little Miss Golden Crown Fiesta. .
Scruby, Frank M.,
will be ii
This always popular event
Thos. Jr.,
'II Shave,
held at the Municipal Auditorium,
e. I Beach.Shave, Tommy III Waycross, Ga. with Harry Poole in charge of the : S. 1'
$1VL Sirlinger, Jerry, Zellwood.
of the .
Another new feature
Gerrett E., Jacksonville. /
Spitzer ) S ,: .
I Fiesta this year will be the Street
.. Stephenson, Les, Keystone Dance scheduled Saturday even- '

L I 1 Heights. Jacksonville. ing from 8 to 11 p.m. The dance S Isle Of 8
I 1Stookdale, J. E. Jr., .
I nags :
!!' 'Strayer, J. C., Jacksonville. has been arranged for by the Jaycees .

vt i Swanson, Archie, Winter Haven. primarily teenagers.
Music will be furnished by Maxie
: '"Synal, E. T., Jacksonville. i :
and The Sharps, popular local .
Thomas, Donald Ray, Bruns- I
band. There will be no admission I
wick, Ga. ,
f. > ..Thomas'ir il, Waycross, Ga. charged.; The dance will be heldat We You'll The Fiesta Weekend and the $5,000 j
Tigner, John W., Beaufort, S. C. the parking area at the beach. Hope Enjoy
Arrangements are being
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Tucker, John, Jacksonville.

tt I 'Tyson, George, Fernandina Bch. Bill 9 Leuschner.At Saturday. the Golden Invitational Golf Tournament much will
: Walker, R. F., Clearwater. p.m. so you:. return
I' I Crown Fiesta Ball will begin at .
;' Westmoreland, J. E., J acksonI ,
the Municipal Auditorium with

: i ,: I Williams'Williams ville.: ,, Robert Joel, Jacksonville.B., Jacksonville. Band music from furnished Jacksonville.by Fred Minor's i. for many years to come. j jI

I. a sr Highlight of the Ball will be .
: I Willige, Larry, Pelham, Ga. I ., ,. .
of the contest.
'J the presentation
\ Willis, Wynne W., North Palm iI i
ants for title of Miss Golden I

i 'Wilson Beach., Ed, Jacksonville Bch. Crown Fiesa. Following the pre- P.S.lf forget as so of us do of the! small ;

VERY IMPORTANT FASHIONfor Worthington, W. H., Jacksonville.! will sentation promenade of each with aspirant their escorts, they you many any .

Wright, Norrie, Atlantic Beech.

Fred Yancy Ghioto, Bert,, Jacksonville.Cairo, Ga. for McKendree preliminary is handling judging arrange-Carson I items necessary to a weekend at the beach, such as .

VERY IMPORTANT'\ FATHERS. Rudy York, Fernandina Beach. ments for the Ball. :I Il .
The Fernandina Beach Boat
Glyn Tom Malone Waas,,Fernandina Pompano Beach.Beach. Club will stage outboard races on I swim suits, beach towels and the like, you'll find a wide :
Amelia River at the foot of Atlantic
ARROW: Tommy Lowe, III, Macon, Ga.
Ave. beginning at 1 p.m.
Jim Bartley, Augusta, Ga.
Sunday. This event is always a selection
Rex Bible, Cleveland, Tenn. at
big attraction of the Fiesta and
VIPimaNEW Joe Yeale, Woodbine! Ga.
an even larger number of entrants .
: .
Jacksonville. -- S
Lewis Taylor,
SPORT SHIRTSto Clarence Porch, Jacksonville. and spectators is expected this : : ... k. I'11 $
solids/ embroidered, prints and wovensA 'Chuck Howard[ Fernandina Bch. The always superior Fernandina -

word handsome Denotes Amateur. Beach High School Band will playin
new spells new fashion in sport
shirts end a choice that every Father will cheer! concert at the beach at 2:45
Arrow VIPima gives you completely new styling effectsIn p.m. Then follows the big event of A. S. ALLAN'SOutfitters :
solids and a colorful variety of patterned designs. the Fiesta, the parade of Miss
Golden Crown Fiesta contestantsin I .
I AH are fashioned of luxurious 100% long staple cotton
suits. The 1963 Queen
smooth, soft, comfortable. \ bathing
Beautifully fitting, will be crowned from a stage For
The Entire
Family '
"Sanforized" labeled for fit.
lasting For extra comfort. :
erected at the East end of the :
}. end extra good looks, choose your welcome gift for I .I.i parking area at the beach. Dan I ;# ATLANTIC AVENUE .
Dad from our outstanding collection of Arrow VlPirrawinners. .r Daugherty is in charge of this

I UG i i event
$4.00 '
r The Fiesta Committee of the

; I! Chamber of Commerce is headed ; (1 Now In Our 61st Year Of (
Other styles from $2.99 .. 1USE\: I by Ray Caldwell, with Dan j ( ) ,

j': CARE WHEN :I Daugherty, Reed Lewellen, J. E. The Of Northeastj 1
Serving People
Weatherford, Barns Bailey and ii: q ;

PARTIN'S' : BURNING. FOREST FIRES Jack Woodward assisting.Tom .
director Florida And South Georgia"it
Tilman is of the

I ATLANTIC AVE. PHONE 261-4241 j GROW ON TREES! I Ia&.A beach opening phase of the Fiesta.

I (See schedule of events on page 5)

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Pag fe Four Ncws-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 6/ 1963 A' sun, Stuart Baylor, born I A daugnter, Bessie EeineJ! >Mn !1

: April "25 ,to:Mr.and ilrs. 'Daane I M trsnd Mrs, James Gray, ?
Hostesses Honor ..h ,.;i" !:.':$':'" ".:: ..,.. :".:"':: :..<<.:*. u ,::..>......: '!K. Newsome/"210 :S. 19th St. Dinsmore. t f.
I Jack "N Kindergarten Graduates .'it. t" : ': ::",' ., ''.' A daughter, Angela Suzette, A daughter, Angela Suzanne,
I! Mrs. Stan Bunch i..;- born April 27 to Mr. and Mrs. born May 19 to Bernard and Bar-
Qj :
II At Cherub Shower 34 In "exercises KeH lost Tricky I I 1 dM r M 0 "'t,w ,". Wesley baby Harris boy,, 'Oceanway.A born April. 21 to' bara 'Riley, 10 'North 118th St.

I .... -! A son, Johnnie Earl, Jr., born
I1 T' 3Ur. and Airs. Joseph Blalock, Box
Mrs. Stan Bunch was honored : May 26 to Johnnie Earl and Bet-
Commencement exercises for Darrell Elrod, Ricky Galphin, I 431, Fernandina Beach. .
last Saturday evening with a delightful j i, ty Jean Mixon, Jacksonville.A .
cherub shower in the So-! the graduates of the Jack and Jill Chuck Grant, Bradley Holland, e, I' .. A baby boy, born April 22 to't
"oc.t born
cial Hall of the First Baptist Kindergarten of the First Baptist Steve Keen, Scotty Lawhorne, and 6 tI> 'i t Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Hendrix, son, Lawrence Hie-
and Claudia
Church 902 Stanley Dr. May 24 to Clyde
Church. were held Friday! Billy Lee.Danny ..
evening, May 31, at the Junior Leeper, Lawrence Piper, 1 A son, Wallace Wendell, Jr., kox, Box 49, Fernandina Beach.A .
Hostesses for I
the occasion were High School auditorium. Ricky Portier, David Taylor, Bobby born May 4 to Wallace ,and Patricia daughter, Jamie Delaine, born
+ Mrs. Joyce McKendree Mrs Ann Jones, 1326 Hickory Terr.A May 25 to J. E. and Betty Williams
Gail Thea Tiliakos
Gooding, Mrs. Silvia Albrittonand Ushers were Galphin, Tarpley, Mitchell ,
Mrs. Regina Fachko. Laine McKendree, Brenda Bolden Harold Wilder, Chip Wilson, Nina son, Bruce Hilton, born May] Callahan.
I and Anna Tiliakos. Kay Batchelor, Susan Davis, Cindy 4 to Robert and Joyce Tarpley, ; A son, Jeffery Lamar, born
Handsome arrangements of pink and Hilda Nunez,
Terri Melton 1705 AlachuaSt.:; May 26 to James
Herrington, ,
The presented by the -
and blue hydrangeas placed at program A son, Jack Lofton, born May 209 outh 16th St.
Cathy Perry, Nancy Phelps Joy
students followed the Processional
vantage points, carried out the Powell Brenda .N Nt 4 to Jack ,and Frankie Bradley, A son Michael Joel, born May
'I. Debbie Robinson,
with Dan Cannon giving the
party motif. I 805 Stanley Dr. 27 to John I. and Lois Reid, 1517
Welcome. John Britton the Rowe, Brenda Thomas, Debby 4P
During the evening several ap- gave Wilds and Cindy Witt. A son, Mitchell Alan, born May Highland St.
Introduction, with Holland -
propriate party games were enjoyed I t 4A vur q 4 5 to Willie Ray and Juanita Perry A son, Timothy Craig, born
conducting the opening exer- I Mrs. A. J. Fox is director of :
and prizes were awarded to I r Rt. 1, 'Box 35. May 27 to Riley and Josephine
Mrs. Nita Cook, Mrs. Alice liar: j cises. I the school. :. <{ A daughter, Linda ,Louise, born Floyd, 21 South 6th St. ,
ris, Mrs. Pearl Daugherty and the Peter Catherwood, Jon Cooper May 5 to Charles and Alberta i A daughter, Angela Galya,
honoree. Steve Keen, David Taylor and I Rev. R. H. Booth, Fay Estes, Yulee.A bcrn May 30 to Willie Earl and

The lovely array of gifts, from Harold Wilder rendered the Lord's Mrs. Susie Freeney +C 1. son, Timothy, Cecil, born Joy Rowland, Box 35, Fernandina
Prayer, following: with the flag Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Beach.
.the more than forty invited May 7 to L.I j
I salute by the group. Debbie To Wed I L2 N. 3rd.
Sunday Barron, 215 i
guests, presented Mrs.
were Robinson was the Flag Holder. _____________ with
Bunch in a bootee laced with pink ________ A son, Vernon Edward, born "Anyone who negotiates a
t and blue ribbons. Presenting individual numberswere Mrs. Susie Freeney of Jackson- May 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Victor real estate agent these days never
Billy Lee, Darrell Elrod, ville will become the bride of Rev.R. Johnson. Yulee. I again uses the expression, 'dirt
r The refreshment table was Brenda Thomas, Brenda Rowe, H. Booth of Sanford: formerlyof A daughter, Lisa Karen born cheap'" Anthony J. Tomasel-
.overlaid with a dainty pink net I I Chuck 'Grant and Lawrence Piper. this city, on Sunday, June 9 I May 9 to Winston and Wynelle Ii, Portage (Pa.) Journal.
cloth. The punch bowl, placed atone Rev. James T. Dunnam made theI -- -- -
in the Panama Park Church of [ White, 35 Kraft Village. ----- -- ---
end, was encircled with fern the presentation of certificates Nazarene, Jacksonville.
I II Rosemary, born
A daughter,
i a ,
and blossoms and flanked and with the THE CHARLOTTE BOYS CHOIR, veterans of many performances and TV appear- 'I
t pink diplomas, followed Rev. Ben Graham, brother-Sn- !I Maurice and Jean Ur-
I j May 10 to
ances, from coast to coast will' be '-Fermindlna'Ileach next Wednesday, ,June 12, for
with branched candelabra holding j Goodbye by Ricky Galphin. The law of the bride-elect, will officiate manec, 11 South 8th -St.
lighted pink tapers. Individual !I entire group presented two choral -I at the three o'clock ceremony, I one of their inimitable performances. Their local appearance is sponsored by the A daughter, Laurie Leigh born ,.| Now Open
cakes, topped with pink and blue numbers, and Rev. J. W. Keen and will be assisted by Rev. John Woman's Club and will be held at the Municipal-Auditorium I i beginning at 8 p.m May 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
.bootees, pastel open face sandwiches -I gave the Benediction. ''L. Smith, pastor of the church. I -- ''Woodall, South 8th St.
nuts and mints, were served -I Certificates were awarded 'tpj :! Rev. Booth, former director of A daughter, Velma Jean, born:
with lime punch.Mr. I j Glenn Brewton, Olin Carter, Jr., the Goodwill Mission in Fernan- I Hostesses Honor L Yons- as kill i Stork Club May 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Gene COOPER'S

'Don Klein, Jimmy Mullin, David dina Beach, and his bride, will Young Couples At Vows Repeated i Morgan, Old Town.A .
and Mrs Donald J. Fales j! Sirmans, Vanis Smith, Randy I, take a month's wedding trip to daughter, Judy Ann, born I !
and son, Joe Lee, of Los Angeles, I IA Waits and Joy Weinsaug. II Oklahoma, Colorado, and other Wedding Party J In KingslandMr. Lt. (jg.) and Mrs. Jerrell C. : May 14 to Edward 'and Johnnie LAUNDRY14th

California, will arrive Saturday j Receiving diplomas were John points of interest in the West. Norton of Norfolk, Va. are receiving Jones 807 Amelia Dr.
I ,
Mr.\ and Mrs. Ronnie Gaskill and Mrs. D. R. I
by plane to spend throe weeks!: I Adler, Mike Becker, Ronnie Bol Upon their return they will be Lyons an- congratulations the : '
on 14' & Beech Street
and Mr. and Mrs.\ i A son, Otto IV, born May
Tcmmy Lyons, nounce the marriage of their
with her mother Mrs. F. den! John
Britton Don
Joseph Cannon, at home at 1208 South Myrtle
I i! birth of Sunday, June 2. ; Phanstiel
I :Pope. i Peter Catherwood, Jon Cooper, '' Ave, Sanford. whose 'marriages were solemnized daughter- Miss Benjie Delores a son on i to Otto and Carolyn ,
-- -- -- --- recently were honored last Lyons, to Telford Ronnie Gaskill. j Master Norton weighed 7 Ibs. 121'ozs. :! i 2785 S. Fletcher Ave.
I Thursday evening at a wedding I The double ring ceremony was '! and has been named Richard i
party at the home of Mrs. D. R. I performed April 11 at the First 'Allen Mrs. Norton is the former
Lyons. Hostess with Mrs. Lyonswas Baptist Church in Kingsland, I Miss Beverly Ann Wood, daughter -!
f' : Mrs. J. B. Mullis. Georgia. I of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood Ilan Theatre.Phone

PAMPER POP The home was decorated for Mr. Gaskill is the son of Mr. I lof Fernandina Beach. Paternal .
the affair with a profusion of and Mrs. Telford Gaskill.Personals. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G'I'
spring flowers and greenery. C. Norton of.Jacksonville.
261.4849 D. "'. Roberts M r.,
: $
The dining table was overlaid Recent arrivals at Humphreys
with a round hand-crocheted bloth Memorial Hospital: I 4

and centered with a three .tier A son, Kevin Lee, born April 5 .
ON H I.S DAYyou'll
: wedding cake, served with party to Leo and Daphne Cryder, 324 I 4 BIG DAYS r
sandwiches and punch. Mrs. A. J. Fox will leave for : Elm St.
I Deland next Monday ',,to attend I ;Friday Saturday Sunday and Monday
i More than twenty five guests i'| A son, Robert Claudeous, born ,
Kindergarten Workshop at Stet-
enjoyed the 'affair with thelhon- April 5 to Robert and Sarah Peoples
: Go Further With FatherIf I orees and their hostesses. j son University for one week. i'!I Rt. 1, Yulee.A 'WALT DISNEY'S :

1* Lcdr. Charles A. Butler of Norfolk : son, 'Robert Matthew, born Great Family Picture"THE ;
Massey-Sutton spent four days here last I, April 5 to Warren and Sue .
week, attending 'the graduation of ,, gal, 1603 Highland Ave. car-I
His Gift 'Is FromBAILEY'S : Vows Read May 18Mr. his sister Susan from Fernandina j i ii I A daughter, Dorothy SON OF FLUBBER"

c I I and Mrs. John A. Massey, i Beach High School, and visiting born April 8 to Paul and Leoma
: i of Marion, Alabama, announce I. with her and his .parents, Mr. and Hanson, 1725 Broome St. FRED McMURRAY .

: ATLANTIC AT SEVENTH the marriage of their daughter.. Mrs. Gordon Butler. I I1lr. I A daughter, Hughie Duane, .
Johnnie Ann, to Norman C.: Sutton \ and Mrs. Onva Hayes and born April 21 to Mr. and Mrs. and
: PHONE .261-4961 I I of Fernandina Beach. son, of Creston, Ky., arrived last Raymond Thomas, Rt. 1, Yulee. Saturday SundoyMatinees

I Mrs. Sutton is the grandd ugh. weekend for a visit with relatives \1 A son, Timothy Edward, born At:,2:30: :

I ter of Mr. W. E. Massey and the in Hilliard, and with his brother, April 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Timothy

late Mrs. Massey, of Greensboro Newell Hayes, and family. Mrs. i, Holmes, Clinch Dr. r Two Complete Shows All 4 Nights .

SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS ; Alabama, and Mr. B. W. Bush Kentucky Hayes and with children them will Friday return. to to'I'April A son 23, to Jonathon Mr. and Leroy Mrs. ,Woodrow born- I 7:30 AND 9:30 : .

and the late Mrs.. Bush, of Bessemer II
; pend a Barber Callahan
Always A Favorite With Dads l. I Alabama. I -------- --- -
She Is Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cannon and
a graduate of Perry
son, Craig, of Lakeland, were recent -
Wings $2.98 & $3.98 Manhattan $5.00 County High School in Marion guests of Mr. and Mrs E. A. .
; : and is presently a student at Livingston Miller.
I State .College, Alabama. I
I Friends of Mrs. Lester Dur I'm The Word
Mr. Sutton is the son of Mr. Spreading
i We Have A'Wide Selection-of WALKING 1 I and Mrs. Norman E. Sutton of ham will regret to hear she en- .
Fernandina Beach. He is the tered Humphreys Memorial Hospital -:

grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. W on Tuesday, to undergo surgery -:
:: KNIT SPORT SHIRTS 1 SHORTS Sutton, of Savannah, Georgia, and this weekend. I I On Something Great!

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schulz, of
Friends of Mrs. Parnell Davis
By Platte, South Dakota. i I
I Latest Styles will be glad to know she is resting ,
< ; Jantzen Manhattan Robert Bruce I He attended Fernandina Beach comfortably following surgery :
< t $3.98 '$4.95 High School and is also a studentat I
Humphreys Hospital
I :

i All The Latest Colors & Styles $5.95, $6.95 I The Livingston wedding State took College.place at the: on Monday. i!I "FIV.E POINTS (GROCERY T

: In Cottons Banlons and Orlons : home of Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Fol- Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cook of I
$7.95 $8.95
som in Marion on May 18th. Nassauville were pleasantly sur-
I If i Mr. and Mrs. Sutton plan to prised last week with an unexpected :
'reside in Fernandina Beach this visit by Mrs. Cook's brother, AND HARDWARE
LARGE: Latest Fashions & Colors summer and return to Livingstonin Major Keith, his wife Bonnie, 'and I
I SELECTION SLACKS Sizes 26 to 48 September. son, Lonnie Dean, and Mr. andMrs. '

,. i i I Allen Wright and children, ; ..
: Mr.::and Mrs. Ronnie Gaskill, Mary Ruth and Allen, ,all of j .

: .. : BELTS 9 TIES i SOCKS 9 PAJAMAS 9 HATS !i ir j i and Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Ralph Charles Lyons Gallagher attendedthe also Maryville tf ,Maryville..Tenn. ,Donnie., accompanied'. Ailey,!i Si :'. HAS BEEN ., !

r, SPORT CAPS TRAVEL KITS s CUFF LINKS TIE CLASPS graduation of Miss Mary I the Keiths a's their guest 'I
j. Rice, granddaughter of Mr. and Lt. Kenneth P. King, Jr., visited
i. .I i Mrs. Gallagher, at Jesup, Ga. I his ,grandmother, Mrs. InezH. NAMEDELECT
.. Tuesday night. Bowers, while his ship, the USS I
t : -- --- - - -- -
I I Johnson, was in Mayport this GENERAL

I J week. ;

:. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lormand i
of New York City, are guests'
II this week of her parents, Mr.- and :
f.t Mrs. Cecil Spear, of Waycross,
; Ga., who are vacationing at their : DEALER FOR THIS AREA
I beach home on South Fletcher I
I Ave. Mrs. 'Lormand will be remembered '

., by many friends hereas
the former Miss Frances Neil : :'
.. ;! Spear. Now In Stock -
; Mrs. Ralph Wood is expected

,- i home next week from Norfolk, Va. ,
; I where she has 'been on an extended ; REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS
: tr visit with her daughter, Mrs. I'

Jerrell Norton, while Lt. Norton :
; LOUNGEDANCING 5 is on an assignment in the Med-i I' ELECTRIC RANGES

I p;. iterranean. The Nortons are the' >
proud parents of a son, born June
2 in Norfolk General Hospital. !'
Mother and baby are reported doing
fine. ,


I VA Consultant

n arfl BY YOUR FAVORITE BAND : / I I To Joseph Visit A. Area Crawford, assistant Ana A Full Line of Small Appliances

State Service Officer, will be in :
t: : I' Fernandina Beach on Monday, :.
I SATURDAY NIGHT I June 10, for interviews with veterans -

ft : or their dependents.
!I Crawford will be at the office

-f S 9:00 P.M. 'TIL l "I pf County Attorney Service Thomas Officer, G.11 North Hall, WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING

a 4th St., from 2 until 4 pjn. ,
rz. Only $
S I Those wishing an interview I II
may make an appointment by ;

: I: calling Hall at 2614200. FIVE POINTS GROCERY AND 'HARDWAREAT
: I "Next to being shot at 'and .
I missed, nothing is quite as satisfying -I :FIVE :POINTS PHONE 261-5205

ATLANTIC AVENUE AT THE BEACH J. I as an income tax refund."
.1 L.J -.Boyd Von Seggern, West Point I q
.I (Neb.) Republican.

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t: High School/ Echoes. |expect to have ,blooming glads in I .
; our locality is .late April Sixty- with a graduate colored dentist,! Daniel PeacockCompletes
Dental I
; BY NED TYSON % TheGarden five to one hundred twenty daysis i is presently operating at Bryant I
i required from planting to Academy in Yulee, and will prob- : Naval
III I Hello, Band was also on hand to play blooming times under average Units ably spend several weeks at this Jet .Course
Operating Engine
'I ,,' As last week was the last of music appropriate for Commence Basket conditions, but often our Januaryor location. Later it will go' to the I
I the 19G2-G3 school year, various ment exercises. t early February planted glads Callahan and Hilliard areas for MEMPHIS, TENN. (FHTXC)
I events arose to bring the year to The Little Women sponsored a BY JANE SCOFIELD j are held beck by the cold. The In Nassau County several weeks in each location. I,- Daniel W. Peacock, ,airman,
I ., a close. Graduation Dance following the I season lasts to the middle or latter The white Mobile Unit is now USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Class night, xercises. This affair was held at I part of June for really quality i B. F. Woolsey, M. D., Directorof stationed at the Callahan Elementary C. Peacock, Jr., of Yulee, grad.
"was held Tue Ten Acres in the K.A.C. buildingand Again we write of one of our ments it is very easy to control blooms. Ii school where it has been I uated from the Aviation Machin
day: evening i.i. Johnny Jelinek Sr. and his favorite garden subjects, the the glad in almost any position I Our glads this year have beena Nassau County Health Depart- operating for three weeks, and ist's Mate Jet Engine course
the high schoc 3. sand provided the music. James gladiolus. In our climate it is a''because of the ease with which a delight to us since early May. : ment, reports that both white and I later will transfer to the Hilliard April 26 at the Naval Air Tech-
auditorium. A .Rylant and Judi Hitchcock were mighty good flower to bridge the wire may be inserted through the i[ colored Mobile Dental Units, loan- school and then to the Yulee nical Training Center, Memphis,
I this event, th< I I :rowned King and Queen of the interim when the early spring soft center of the stems without I Many of our corms, stored in an ed from the Dental Bureau, Florida -,, school. Tenn.
activities i r I flowers begin to look forlorn and affecting the intake of water. unheated room, were frozen last
I i! "This is invaluable aid to
evening. State Board of Health, are I an The eght! -week course ,provides
which each sector the summer standbys have not: Treated in this manner the stems [year, so we augmented our selections i for these
t participate' I Sunday annual, the Key Club at sponsoredheir CrandalLKiwanis 'II come into their own. The glad is can be bent even ta the extent of this year by departing from I operating in Nassau County. I our have county their teeth youngstersto examined,I students with instruction in jet
while at F.B.H.F ( picnic ''a cut flower rather than a garden breaking its fibres. I our usual habit ,and ordering a 1 Dental care for indigent chil cleaned, such fillings as necessary fundamentals, power plant operations .
Club members, and
were mentioned g.e.: and dates of the the :, subject, for it is hard to find One often hears the remark, "I collection of small type glads in : dren only, is being given primar- I and a few badly decayed I and replacement, jet aircraft -
,Outstanding sen .,: parents club and TrMIi-Y! members were Key just the location for it in the garden .! guess I'll just have to resort to I the large corm size. Including our i I ily for first, second and third i 1; ones extracted. Many of these I line operations and the disassembly
iors in various categories were invited. The outing consisted of i! to prevent the tall stalk looking glad,". Even though it is a use- selections, we have had an arrayof : grade children, and emergency I children have never been to a assembly and removal
given awards. Gifts were presented ;i, heavy or as often happens ful standby in off seasons the colors, forms, and markings.We I treatment for older children who dentist before. I
Softball and
to the Senior Class spongers skiing volleyball, I being blown over. We have tried i commercial glad is usually.an exceedingly have had the so called green i I have toothaches, abscesses, or of jet power plants. k
tots of food. "We fortunate in having
from the class. Those receiving good spotting our glads around ,among : uninteresting representative glads (really chartreuse), we ,! severe toxic absorption from infected are very Prior to attending this school,
I gifts were Fred Cook, Mabel Margaret Smith and Jimmy other flowers but have come to t of the gladiolus clan. Varieties have had red glads with a gold teeth. the only two Dental facilities students complete the two-week
\ Milton, ,Patricia Carman, Jona Mitchell will represent F.B.H.S. the conclusion that they grow f are chosen for their long line around the edges, we have A colored Dental Mobile Unit, available which the State Boardof I, Aviaion Familiarization and the
than Hill, and Don }:aney. it a Library Assistants Confernce -I t and look better when planted in : life, their ability to open blos had brown glads and brown glads Health provides, operating in I four-week Mechanical Fundament.
Last Wednesday: night, the sen- at Florida State University lone spot in a double row or bed. soms from tight buds, and fori with a gold line, and we have our county this summer. It has als .School also at Memphis
'iors held their final class partyat June 23rd through the 29th. The To make a good spike the gladiolus i colors most used by florists.. Glad. many combinations of colors in bring in at breakfast time. Now, been a long while since the Mobile -
I the Jetty Lodge. The music onference is being sponsored by needs plenty of water, par- I iolus are bred for different pur ,, throats and blotches. There has : we are beginning to look with Units were here last, and has
(r' was presented by the "Contin the Florida Institute of Continu- I ticularly from the time it puts up I poses. In parts of the country not been a morning that we have I sadness at the dozen or so spikes. taken much work to procure Try A ClassifiedGOLDEN i
i entals"; a real "swingin" group fng University Studies. It is ex- the fourth leaf through blooming I I where big gladiolus shows are not had something. interesing_to_ left. to come into bloom. them," stated Dr.. Wookey.
oected that 200 high school
jun- I --- --- -- -
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time. We
I an experi-
i!. from Jacksonville. !held the exhibitor wants a glad
'ors and seniors will attend. ment tried this particul-
we year ;
I Commencement exercises which will open a large number
were Tuesday of this week, the jun. arly in view of the dry
very lof blooms at once, one which will
held Thursday night at the city and freshmen I
I ors sophomores spring we had. We planted two produce a balanced spike with the
I1 Mall park. The Invocation and rmished their final exams and rows of glads, one planting at '| florets spaced well, the color and CROWN
Benediction were given by Rever hus ended another school year. I ground ,level, the other in a shallow 'I markings being secondary considjerations. -
end James T. Dannam of the relieve that the }!H 2.C3 year will trench. The trench method Closely allied to the 1/
First Baptist Church. J. K. Freeman jo into the records as a successful f enabled us to run water in with i show glads are those demandedby "
the Senior Class president ; year. Our academic standings I ease and we had much finer hobbyists, the smokies, the
f ,gave a welcome address whirl : vere good, the football team com- I spikes from those corms than the jumbo sizes, the small sizes, 8
was followed by speeches from )51ed a 7.3 record, the basketball ones we watered at ground level. I and whatever the very particular hobbyist F E S T A J/ArlOltl C/.'s J
;' Judi Hitchcock James exciting, spirited .
Rylant, team played an Lack of water produces short ;: is interested in. For home FLOrGWEI.
Lucy Dyal, Katie Sterling, an" ype of ball, the track team placid headed spikes. Of course this [ planting, most of us want what FE oF' s
: arol Schuett. Katie third in the conference track I L
Sterling an trench method would be all wrong 'is known as the decorative glad, /JE.CJ/E
\ Carol Schuett were the Salutatorian Meet, and the baseball team captured ;
I where drainage is not good, but the type which gives the best cut tI
:""" .and Valedictorian respective: the "Keystone Confeience": on Amelia Island that is not a flower for our homes. It is med. ':; cROW .
Jy The diplomas were presented! title for the third year in a row. problem.If ium to small in size, interestingly ,: J JUNE 6-7-8-9
,by John T. Weisner, Superintend. The Band as usual, had a very ;
the gladiolus is not a particularly bi-colored, usually ruffled, i
ent of Public Instruction. Thee successful year, as did the other ,
fluted or even needle-pointod.
graceful garden flower, it
-- lubs and organizations around makes for it in Combinations of colors and markings !I
I' he This school.column will be discontinu- I cut flower.up The blossom versatility will asa I seem endless, and very beau GREAT DAYS OF FUN Q

of the last as long indoors as it will on I I
'd! until the beginning tiful.One
I! E EXPERT 1963-64 school year. Until then the pant, and, as ,we all know, it needs to order ,a gladioluscatalogue J
II I I clay it "cool" and have a won- may be cut when the lowest bud and make selections to IN THE FLORIDA SUN
lerful summer! begins to open and the remainingbuds I suit one's taste or home furnish
will open from day to dayin I ings. We have found that it is ,
AUTO DODY the house. In fact, Florida I quite true that some of the varie- "
\ Local GuestsTo Ocean Bathing Surf Sound River and Deep Sea Fishing ,Golf
grown commercial glads are cut ties ordered do not thrive too I p
I > AND Appear ,On and shipped when in tight bud, a well, either ,not blooming web or o
,. requirement for a good commer- not making satisfactory corms Tennis Bowling Go-Karts Boating Skating Sightseeing & .
PAINT REPAIRS Channel 4 TV cial variety. Furthermore, the for the following year, ,but for
glad is one of the easiest flowersto the most part one gets ,healthy,f
I The Farm and Home TV Program will arrange, being used in its spike beautiful, and interesting flow( Fernandina Beach Florida "On the Buccaneer Trail" j ;
on WJXT-Channel 4,
could bother
I 1 form for height or broken into ers. Personaly, we not ,,
f feature local speakers and programs segments or even single florets to raise glads if we stuck to
of interest, beginning June for mass, and it is a very satisfactory the true and tried varieties recommended -I ;
I 10 for one week, according to corsage flower, the buds for ,Florida, which are t
I Gordon Ellis, Nassau County f JUNE J r 6-7-8-9 ;
I often being inserted through the for the most part the ones grown I
Agent. The programs begin at open florets for a more glamorous -I t for commercial purposes.
1i 6:50) a.m. I effect In making arrange- With the cold winters of late
The Monday, June 10, :
program -
will be Farm Tips. On Tuesday, '
; a film of 4-H Play Day held in
i I 1 Fernandina Beach, will be shown.
William F. Miller of Rayonier 'iiLflt ,

,: i' SEE US day's Inc. will show be and the guest will on speak Wednes on I t $1,000 TO LOW :PRO, $1,000 IN AMATEUR PRIZES : i '.

'. -.. "Multiple Use of The Forests." i. '
For An Estimate Miss Eleanor Werber, Consumer r 1y

Marketing Specialist with the 7:00 P.M. FIESTA BOWLING TOURNAMENT I
I-:, On A Florida Egg Commission, will be Thursday :
the speaker Thursday, and 'on ,
Small Dint Friday: June 14, a film will be .' 4 .DA is JUtJE 6-7-3-9 ; I

AI Or shown on Nassau County's poul- : J; Av ; June 6 .
., try business."If AT HADDEN .LANES :

I: .* Complete .,Paint the doctor tells you thatyou're i 1

F'<:'Ii Job *t: as sound as a dollar", it 4 7:30 P.M. AMATEUR EXTRAVAGANZA
4 means you are half dead. -

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j Page Six'. News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 6, 1963 I ";':p.:"> | and Journal, declares he Is notJL:
l "; candidate for Congress, Second
Ariel between Mo- Congressional district He will
gas; cruising
FLORIDA 1 100 YEARS AGO lasses Key and Indian Key; Brock- support B. Hilton who "hs s

enborough, Apalachicola; Ezilda, ably arwF faithfully representedus. I,
Cedar Two Sisters cruising ."
Key ,
Published by location of the following vessels:
Amanda, East Pass, St. ..George'sFLORIDA between Cedar Key and Tampa June 10 A court martial call v
CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL Sound; Beauregard cruising between |l Bay; Julia, Key West; Stonewall, ed by Admiral Bailey, is meeting
I COMMISSION I Suwanee and Aucilla Rivers !i. Tampa Bay; Annie, cruising between today on" board the U.S.S. Mag-

208 Valencia Avenue, ; Dale, at Key West; DeSoto, Boca Grande and Tor.ugas; nolia to famine "into every circumstance .
Coral Gables 34, Florida coaling at Key West; Eugenie, : Fox, fitting out at Key West; j relating to the loss 0 t
Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, guard schooner at Key West; Rosalie, fitting out at Key Wes; the C. S. bark Amanda and to

University of Florida Fort Henry, Cedar Key; Gem ofSlll1'S Carmia, employed as lighter at .. f f.t" subsequent operations, with the"
I West Key West view of showing from eViden p
the Sea, enroute to Key ; i
Hendrick Hudson, East Pass, St. The cargo of sea-island cotton, whether any blame attaches to
Significant Florida Events George's Sound; Huntsville, coal. off the Confederate sloop Fash- y i "' "", her commanding officer, to anfone

for June, 1663 I ing at Key West; J. S. Chambers, ion, is presently enroute to Key 1 else on board of her, or to anj
West aboard the Hendrick Hud- :. other belonging to the
Davis St. person
June 1 Federal Rear Admiral Charlotte Harbor; J. L. ,
Also aboard the Hudson are 1 of the United States." *
son. Navy
S. F. DuPont reports the U.S.S. ; Joseph's Bay; Magnolia, flagship
West five prisoners; A. W. Babcock, a hJI The E. B. Hale is being orderdto
Mohawk on blockade duty at Fer at Key West; Port Royal,
nandina and the steamers Norwich Pass, St. George's Sound; Pur | mail agent; William Austin, and patrol duty on the St. Johg$

and Uncas on the St. Johns suit, Indian River; Roebuck, StRiver George Ashey, soldiers; A. W. *,'" II River and its commander, Lt. &
I' Andrew's Bay Sagamore, Char 'Wing, suspected of superintending .;};, fJ "[$ Brodhead, will assume commandof
; (
the obstruction of the river .. .,.,ti ..., ;[ rJ. ;1L'l..
The Admiral is also ordering I lotte Harbor; Somerset, West ""Yo Yo those waters as senior office;
the Potomska to Fernandina as Pass, St George's Sound; Stars and working on the batteries; and Miss Janice Sentell graduated THESE LITTLE DANCERS nearly stole the show at the Bean School of Dancing Revue The U.S.S. Fort Henry today

relief for the Mohawk. I and Stripes, St Marks; Sun- j James Silva Fashion., captain The of the latter captured is- Ga.from, with Tift an College A.B. degree in Forsjth in Re-, Friday night. They danced "Benny The Magic! Bunny" and "llo-Re-11t" from the captured a Confederate skiff au4
Federal Rear Admiral T. Bai- I flower, just arrived in Key West 'I still at Apalachicola and is not ligion on June 3.At Sound of Music". From left to right, Susan Johnson, Elsie Thrift, Sara Poole, Janet flat off the Withlacoochee Rivers .
ley, commanding the East Gulf : with prize; Tahoma, Tampa Bay; 1, JonesJJarbie Schrantz and Laura Lynn Strickland. : The cargo, 250 bushels of con\,
Tift Adv.
officer in )
Blockading Squadron, reports the.i. Wanderer, cruising near Tortu- seaworthy.June was an -- --_ ____u __ : is consigned l to former U. S. Sea i
noticeof the -
2 The following religion club, senior class I '
ator David Yulee at Homosassa.
desertion appears in several chaplain, on the Baptist Student five additional men recently requested -: Companies E, F. G, and H, Second Capitol building this past week
CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS Florida papers: Union Greater Council, are not now needed. I Florida. "a complete success. For three The ned Confederate skiff was man j
Walker of Mack Com- and member of Student i June 6 According to general : by two men.
"Berry a the I June 8 A Tallahassee newspaper successive nights, the room was
COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Mondaj pany> left camp in Va. on or about League, Student Volunteers, orders released today, the Federal reports that experiments I filled to overflowing, and all were i The commander of the t'.S.$, I
I Commission Chambers the first of November last, on Life Service Band and Student I Department of the Gulf is organizing I with the making of alcohol from ]! delighted with the entertainment ,' Fort Henry reports that one if

Cit furlough of 30 days. Since the expiration National Education Assn. I a regiment of Negro china berries have proved success- 1 j i I to which they were invited his seaman, Henry Sellwood, dejsertcd oI
4th 7:30 I
2nd and
CITY COMMISSION Wednesdays p.m. ) of said furlough, he has She is the daughter of Mr. troops for duty with the Districtof ful. Two men in Athens, Georgia the ladies looked beautiful, exceed I his ship on the Withlacog-

t Commission. Chambers ailed to report. I therefore give and Mrs. F. II. Stntell of Sad- Pensacola. It will be known as I have succeeded in making a beverage -I ingly." After expenses, it is estimated I dice River. > 1

HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital Dining notice that said Berry Walker is ler lid. the 5th Infantry, Corps d'Afrique.The 90% proof, which accord. :I that between $800 and Federal Admiral Farragut, convmanding ;

RoomSCHOOL a deserter, and the usual reward U. S3. gunboat Tahoma this I ing to the paper, "has been tested I $1,000 were raised for the sold Western Gulf Block ad- ,
will be paid for his apprehension. morning discovered the Statesman and pronounced an excellent iers' families relief fund. ing Squadron, and Admiral BaT. !
BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30 a.m. Berry Walker was a resident of I "South Pacific"Featured loaded with cotton near Gadsdens I' article for medicinal 'purposes. J Damage estimates of the storm ley, commanding East Gulf Bloch

Superintendent's Office Suwanee County; low, chunky j Point. The following is an extract I This enterprise deserves: encour- i' which struck the Gulf coast a few I ailing Squadron, have been notified
built and about 25 years of age. from the Tahoma's log book: j agement." 'I Washington that the Cif:i icas
P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30 p.m. Jr. : In Revue days ago are still not complete,
Signed M. L. Duncan, Capt. Com "When within half a mile of the June 9 The Floridian and but apparently the disaster was ian and Bermuda will sail
High Cafetorium pany I, 2nd Florida Volunteers." I schooner a rifled gun from the I Journal reports an incident which : not as great as was first reported. from Port Royal, South Gurolitfi .

P-TA MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. Jr. High Cafetorium Tallahassee newspapers report By Dance Students enemy's battery at Tampa opened .! occurred a few nights ago. The I It seriously damaged the corn I jto Pensacola, communicating with
that Confederate and State appraisers on the boats, throwing its projectiles I| all vessels of the Gulf blockading
i sloop Florida, attempting to run crop, and destruction of property '
KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday C:45 p.m. Seaside Inn are now setting a sched- over and near them, and 1 i j forte The Union will communicate
the blockade St. Marks
Approximately three hundred. at was immediately adjacent to the coast
ule of prices under the Impress- I kept firing until the schooner I with all stations! of the East Gulf
3:30 up becalmed the I
t Tuesday : p.m. fifty watched "Broadway Show opposite lighthouse.The was very great. At least 32 lives I I
Room ment Act.. The gentlemen, the paper was boarded and taken possessionof I three Blockading Squadron, going afar :
: Dining Time" performed by students of next morning launches j( were lost, most of them Ne 1'oes.
are "men of Intelligence, without injuring anybody, as Pensacola, unless yellow J
says I
from the blockade vessel lying off The salt makers
The Bean School of Dancing on are repairing:;
JAYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge Experience, and Integrity, and though several shots struck within fever appeals at any stations I
May 31 at the Recreation Center the bar, containing about forty damages, but it will be three 01
have and are devoting them a few feet of the boats. Got along the way. .
five the before four I
captured sloop weeks before the works will
LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 Seaside Inn Auditorium.The men, -
p.m. and to the schooner off of June 12 The Savannah Republican i
selves with care assiduity by means -
she under
could get the pro be in full operation again.In .
the important work assigned revue featured music from I kedging, towing, and using the I reports that several more ,
ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seaside tection of the guns of the pickets editorial the Florida Sentinel
q1 them." broadway shows and was climaxed sails under a sharp fire of a field families from St. Augustine ar,
stationed at the lighhouse. The
The U.S.S. schooner Beaure in the second half of the program I piece of the enemy planted on the crew escaped, but the cargo; six II says that the war is "assum I rived in the city under flags of

'; CITY PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commission gard is cruising off Crystal River. by the performance of all beach near the schooner, which bales of cotton and a barrel of ing a shape never dreamed of at truce by way of Hilton Head and
Chambers June 3 James S. Rust, prom the musical numbers from "South was soon silenced by a few shells tar, was captured. The blockade I the time it was commenced. We Pocotaligo. These include Mrs.
inent Tallahassee merchant and Pacific". This is the first time from the Parrot gun. She had no ing vessel shelled the pickets at should not be surprised to see the Joseph E. Smith, mother of Gen

WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg. member of the Legislature from such a program has been pro- flag or papers. Her name on the the lighthouse, but inflicted no I whole mode of warfare change -ral! Edmund Kirby Smith, Mrs$,
Leon County, died suddenly today duced in Fernandina Beach and stern was partially covered with damage.The I before peace is declared, if indeed D. A. Putnam, and Mr. and Mr*.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassaj District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday while visiting in Savannah.He the dances were performed to the I paint" I hostilities ever cease. The Vincent Pacetty. Other member'sof
Seaside InnMERCHANT'S [ will be buried on Friday in original RCA Victor soundtrack June 7 The Washington commander of the U. S. { enemy has no hope of restoring the Pacetty family were "bai }
the Episcopal Cemetery at Talla- recordings.The I Chronicle announces that three officers bark Gem of the Sea, cruisingthe [ the Union, and still less of subjugating i ished from St. Augu tme" last;

ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon hassee. program featured 49 stu- and fifty-three privates of coast south of Jupiter and I the South, and yet, we February. 't.,

Seaside Inn The U.S.S. Stars and Stripes dents and a special performanceby I the Second Florida Regiment, Indian River Inlets, reports thatit I can see no indications of an early sr

today captured the sloop Florida Mrs. Betsy Strickland who ;''captured in Fredericksburg, Virginia is quiet and there has been no peace. Ruined himself, bankruptin "Duty: A task we look forward
i CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2nd Tuesday Luncheon 12:15 and its cargo of six bales of cotton teaches the all-ballet classes. I have arrived in Washing- sign of the enemy since the cruise both fortune and reputation to with distaste, perform with ref

fl } Seaside Inn ; and a barrel of tar near St After the finale, Mrs. Bean I ton. From communications received began on May 31. I he seems determined to ruin us' I mctance and brag about after

: Marks. The Southern vessel was and Mrs. Strickland were pre- in Tallahassee, it is known The Tallahassee papers call the I' Colonel J. J. Williams of Tallahassee -I ward." Dale Holdridge, Lane
I BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m. :2nd! Monday each month attempting to run the blockade. sented with gifts from the stu- i that. these prisoners _are from amateur theatricals, held in the in a letter to the Floridian ford (S. D.) Bugle. .:

GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Monday The Confederate captain and crew dents. -.if -' --' ", ""; --- '-.. ,,'., -. -'"' '--t.z '-__ c - '. '' ''''. C ''
each jumped overboard and escaped.The classes .(. j M v .. '" '101.'t.. >.v_ '' L ,_ __ .. _. . _n-- ... __ .lA f"jo t.h4: 1. 'i .!
month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center. There will be no summer -
sloop is not fit to proceed to
but Mrs. Strickland will
NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and Key West, and her cargo is be- all classes in September and registrations -
4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Masonic Temple ing shipped for adjudication pur- : are being taken now.
poses aboard the U.S.S. Bermuda. 0S
AMELIA LODGE NO. 47 F. & A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays Last night, and again this even-

.. 8 p.m. Masonic Temple ing, the ladies from Jefferson and .ly. The sloop and damaged cargois
Madison Counties, aided by their
FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4th not worth the expense of a !
Z Tallahassee friends, presented a trial, the commander thinks, even
Mondays of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. theatrical for the bene-
production if she could get to Key West. The

.: CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays fit of soldiers' families. The program one old man aboard, who, because
Masonic,Temple consisted of an adaptationof of an "infirmity" was not
I: Shakespeare's King Lear and unwilling to
I" able to escape, was
SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Center Tampa, the latter an original me- land here to starve, as he says,
Lounge lodrama founded on incidents of transported to Key
t and is being _SS
early Florida history. the Hendrick Hudson. 5'I
HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at o p.m. June 4 U. S. Secretary of the Judge William Marvin, U. S.

Navy Gideon Welles is today assigning -
\tAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at 8 P.M. District Court, Southern Districtof 1 "" w eNnwsr -
Rear Admiral A. H. Footto Florida, issues the following

ROSE CIRCLE ht Monday 8 P.M the command of the South Atlantic order for information of officers

Blockading Squadron, re- in command of prizes: "Whenevera
:. FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 4th Friday ,. .. 3 P.M placing Rear Admiral S .F. Du capture is reported to one of the

Pont prize commissioners, he shall go
f MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday 8 P.M The commander of the U. S. on board the vessel, seal up the

gunboat Tahoma at Tampa Bay hatches, and see that the vesselis
2nd Tuesday 8 P.M.
that the Confederate sloop
anchored. The personal
I 220 Lighthouse Circle Isabella, captured May 22 by theU.S.S. and TOTAL PERFORMANCE IS MORE) THAN JUST GOING POWER Irs STAYING (above). Irs ttt splendid braking and accclentiM display! M the Pure M
of the master crew,
into baggage pouts!With.proves durability demonstrated! by 500 fwlmf mite it Daytona Performing Tntlv Ws tilt Wet wimp demonstrated iI the Mobil Economy Rot!
STITCII-A-BIT CLUB 1st and 3rd Monday 7:30 P.M Fort Henry, put passengers, consisting of their
because she is bad-II
Tampa leaking

.. wearing apparel and pocket money
for immediate expenses (not exceeding -

One ot a series of reports by this newspaper and the Print Advertising Association on the advantages of print media. for the master or any Action is the
1. passenger $25, and for any of the big attraction
crew $15 each), shall be restoredto
., them at the time they leave the

r a tl<,tA'tiY vessel. No goods, or mer-
chandise, nor anything eKe that ,

is not baggage properly for denominated the use of personal the at Ford Dealer's !

party, shall be restored by the S your
commissioner. He shall take

charge of the chronometer and ,

r ( other instruments of navigation, If like action for Fords! Ford took the first 5
and gather together the loose effects you you'll really go our new placesin

and put them in store under the Daytona 500- America's toughest test of total performance/ This means
his own charge. No application
iII I for the restoration of any articles Ford has the roadability, the durability, the just plain action you want in your

I a+ prl q .. S .&b'S other to than be restored those by herein the permitted prize- :": own car. And right now we're even pricing 'em for fast action! Come in today!

I commissioner, will be heard by the

i judge except in open court on a ;==:

I Tonight a Federal launch from ..
'' the U.S.S. Fort Henry captureda U ON THIS NEW SUPER TORQUE FORD!

Confederate cotton barge load.
; ed with bales of upland -- (Manufacturer's suggested retail price'lot
$ ford Galane 500 Sports Hardtop Includes
: cotton and nine bales of sea-is- Y U mO heater-defroster whitewall tires. Destination
{I land cotton, near the mouth of low charges, optional equipment, state
AS and local taxes,H any,eitraJSAVE
i Three were
the Crystal River. men I
rr + ':taken prisoner. They are being

j sent to Key West aboard the U. GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL
I S. schooner Beauregard.
\ I The commander of the US$. .5. -.5 ON THIS HEW MIDDLEWEIGHT FAIRLANE!
: Stars and Stripes, stationed at
w; y : St Marks Bay, reports that here r- (Uanulacturefs suggested retail pries laS
mounted rebels $ Fairlant 500 Hardtop 'Includes heater
Tare "about fifty t
j! AS defroster, Whitehall(( tires Destination
stationed upon Light House Lea charges, optional equipment state sodAs
\ M.Don't v Point" (local Uses,if say,extra.)
June 5 Admiral Bailey reports -

today from of the Key Hendritk West the Hudson arrival S SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL

from aboard St officers George's and Sound.crew It of has the II SS ON THIS NEW ,COMPACT FALCON!

U. S. bark Amanda. Th-s; vessel (Manufacturer's sufifeftted retail
was driven upon the mainland in AS price for Falcon 21Xr Sedu tox4l -
:ill eludes beater ,
1): -detresdet wlsUfwallV
last month's hurricane. After LQW | 'VY Urei- Dttti&atien itstal
/ ree. 'J :
read 'AS
you before you buy ? "moving almost everything out of 4r a Sj; 4111 I equipment, state and meat: taxes
r her it was deemed expedient to if an). extra.)

Most people generally do. can always check back; the message Is still burn her, to prevent the enemy
Not only do they read; they cut out and show there even if your attention is distracted. from deriving any benefit from

ads to their family and friends; they dip When you add it up, print ahertisinr-the her disaster." Bailey says that as

coupons for information and samples. kind you read in this newspaper-makes sense. yet he has received no official report LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY
When people see an advertisement in print And because it measures up to the buying of the ship's destruction but

they can compare designs.. features.. and habits of most consumers print makes soles. he will institute a court of inquiryto
prices of nationally known products and serve look into the case. Meanwhile,
ices. (And people do compare before they buy.) NEWSLEADERlltslM. the Amanda's crew will be distributed SOUTH EIGHTH STREET PHONE 261.3819

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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday, June 6, 1963 Page Seven

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A PORTION OF THE LARGE GALLERY following Pete Cooper, winning, pro, is shown at the :'

8th green on the final round of the 1962 $5,000 Invitational Golf Tourney. .Cooper, who fired an Don Bisplinghoft, one of the top .. ,

18-under par 27Q for ,the 72-hole event, is No. 1 I'in the above photo. No. 2 is Emory Lee of pro honors in 1962, is shown as he x h 1a
Frank Matey, left, Florida Times-Union
I Moultrie, Georgi' No. 3 is Henry Castillo of Tampa and No. 4 is Tommy Jenkins of Jackson. '
writer and Ed Mattson '
I right, pro Winning Pro-Am team in 1962 was from Way-
!{ilIe Lee, 'Castillo and Jenkins wound up in a 4-way' tie with Bill Kennedy of North_Key Largo i Fernandina Beach Golf Course. cross, Georgia. Left to right, Pro Doc Green,

r ,. .. ., ',. BILL KENNEDY, young Mickey McGowan, Virgil Thomas and Pete Cole-
It: T golf pro from North Key had 60.
man. They a 12-under-par
Pikula Hits 5th .
I Largo fired the hottest ---
9r.YIJ I round in the 1962 tour- -

II kyp,,,, Homerun, Tosses Sports ney, a sizzling 65 on the
4 I 'I first day. He wound up Vt
f'f Senator Victory in a 4-way tie for third

Stewart Pikula belted his I -
y eep+ ll fifth
homerun of the Little League (I Little .Terry Rowe, Hornets I CityBowling -
I and 2-hit I pitcher, tossed a no-hit, norungame
season tossed ball as
the Senators bounced the HorI for his team last week Terry Rowe
against the Rotary Jets. The Lit-
I nets 160. Pikula struck out 10 League
... and walked five, in posting the tle lefthander struck out nine and
Y i: walked five in pitching the perfect No-Hit, NoRunWin BY II. B. ELLIS, JK. u
f win.The I
game. WEEK OF 5.29.63
Senators scored in'
I I II every inning of the game runs except I! For Total
'4 pyy' \ I P j the second with the fourth inning i,; The R. H. Young, Inc. softball i Team Standings; W L Pins

4 t .', producing six runs, for the win.I I team, current leaders in the City I Morris & Payne Body Shop
# Terry Rowe, '
II League, will play the Seaboard ace
1 ners. I!I I I 12 4 112SG
Meteor team of Jacksonville here the Lions Hornets, hurled i
Hadden Lanes 9 7 11082
I Mark Morris had two singles )I' hit, no-run last I WEDO-THATSWHO !
I I,Saturday night in a double header game B & H Enterprises 7 9 10924Becker's /
to get the most hits for the Senators
i I the Hornets downed the Dollar for dollar
attraction. These shouldbe -
; Drugs 4 12 10918
: with Bobby Ferreira smash- :, well worth your time to get out Jets, 6-0. Rowe struck out I Iligh Team, 3-Games from any value com
PETE COOPER} BILL SCARBOROUGH ing a double. Windle Higginboth
i walked 5 in the
Ito. The first game gets underwayat posting Morris & Payne 2814 parison standpoint,
am, Mikey Townsend, Ricky McDonald I I
1962 Low Pro 1962 Low Amateur | victory. t
and Ladd Gordon hit safe- Hadden Lanes 2772 you just can't buy a
& I The Hornets collected 7 I No. 2 2678 better boat than a
i Cooper wag IS under parr Scarborough was even par ly for the Senators. I A real race for the pennant has :, hits off the pitching of Bill High, Ind., 3GamesJ. G & Clinkerbuilt..
for the 72-hole tourney and for the tourney. He will not Rocky Daugherty and Billy I bank and Gary Lovequist I .
developed in Little League base- Taylor 610 35 models to select
', won by 13 strokes Kneeling be back for this )ear's eventas Stewart got the two Hornet hits. ball. The Chem-Cell Cubs, took I( included doubles by J. Lynn 593 r- from in outboardsin-
: i is Emery Lee, of Moultrie, he was since transferred ton and Tommy Corbett. I ,
Score by innings: over first place this week by de- I I J. McKendree 590 aI boards and inboard-
: Gal who finished in a 4-way from the Jacksonville Naval feating the KAC Redlegs, and Rowe was so effective High, Team Game '}
I outboards. See themat
tie. .for third place.. I I Air Station. Hornets 000 000 0 2 3 three teams are tied for second .I a Jet reached third base Morris & Payne 1015Hadden e l
I Senators 205 '63x 16 8 0 place. The Hornets, Senators and the ball game I Lanes 972 our showrooms.Sportsman's .

A Classified Ad For Quick Results! C. Holton, Leeper and Burton; Redlegs are tied with the Jets and Tommy Corbett and Billy I No. 2 938
, Lry:!: Pikula and McDonald. Braves, tied for last place. art collected two hits ( High, Ind. Game Wharf
I ft lead the Hornets at bat C. Green 245
Bud Holt reports from the David Bowers, Charles I J. Beckett 234
I I Ocean Pier that fishing is pickingup I and Terry Rowe hitting ; K. Skidmore 222 .
-. -'. ..... ,&f.'-"'V1" '" ,".-. .'IiI1"!""! ., :..., I after few days of bad wea- t once each. I Bowlers HOOT OF ATLANTIC AYE.
'''',, \ a High Scratch :
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says I Score by innings: I R. Hadden 192515K. Next To Marine
muddy, but trout, pompano, and Hornets 022 110 t ti Skidmore 200-512.Beckett
OJ I Phone 261-3137 Fernandina Beach Fla.
flounder beginning to bite 211-510 ,
are : Jets 000 000 0 J

+ t rLEcrLEr ., good> again jn&'J tjjg early morning. I I Rowe and Burton; aaaA't.I I J. LjJi w, .189-509 ..- .... ..
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r You kncv ;Budis open about five t f Lo\equist and Cover. I <
7. R R' o'clock in the a.m., waiting for I '
I you fishermen and he has plentyof

? MOTOR- 'J : fishing live will bait be on real hand.good He this predicts week 1 Solomon Pitches FERNANDINA BEACH 0

I STALL : during Fiesta time.
i Cubs Into First
GET A > I: The Hardee's team of the loo**
TUNE-UP Women's League will play the Place In League
Flagettes of Jacksonville tonightat I BEACHES" ,
the City Park. These two
c teams played exhibitions last Ste\e, Solomon pitched i Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business MenGeorge's -
Chem-Cell Cubs into first
Only year which were fine games. To- .
night they will take up where in the Little League -'
will be by tossing a two-hitter
: they left off. Game time / FLORIDA'SFIRST Suburban
t.,. seven-thirty. the Redlegs for his team ,
6-2. Solomon struck out

.f t: The annual Fiesta Golf Toiu1- walked Ronnie 6. McDonald was Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Propane Gas Co.

i nament got underway today I
: ; six (Thursday) and will be played ting star of the game 2 N. FRONT ST. I EXCELLENT SERVING ALLYOUR
any IN
I II I Cubs with 2 doubles in s ; 18-HOLE NEEDS
through Sunday. Some outstanding
Machine Work
.I cylinder car to the platter. LI GAS AND
try golfers have entered the tour. II LINKSat
eight nament, including last ;ear'swinner Welding, Braxing
88 any final inning when the
I 8 cylinder car Pete Cooper. If you en- ed four to Marine Repairs South. 7th St.
wrap: up
it will be fine time '
joy golf, a Phone 261.3661
.t ft'f, Parts extra if needed i contenders.for you to watch some of these tory.Solomon and Jimmy. : Special Shrimp! Service Trawlers To T I D E S

,. i hit safely for the Cubs T. H. KING I
.. I I ft the hitting of McDonald. I All Work Guaranteed -
II I Other activities in the sportingfield Ricky Jones and Mika ; Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
: : WE DO ALL THIS. taking place during this the two Redleg hits. : Monday Thru Saturday JETTIES PHOTO SHOP
I Fiesta weekend, will be bowling Score by innings: I Phone Day 261-3711 Add 30 Minutes For Roll Processing
'I each day at Hadden's Bowling Cubs000 204 6 I Night 26J-5338' Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing
Lanes on South Eighth St. and Redlegs' 001 100 2 Kodak Film
1 0 Clean( and adjust 0 Check call and : the big Outboard Races which Solomon and Gass; L. I; HIGH LOW Photo Supplies
will be held Sunday afternoon at and R. Jones. BE WISE.I .Movie-Colored &
t spark plugs condenser the Center Street dock. : Regular
June 7
& -ft w Friday, Weddings
1 Clean and 0 Potts Fish Camp on Lofton Senior League I "Porcelainize" 7:58 a.m. 2:21 a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only
Check generator Creek had a fine fishing report 8:26 p.m. 2:13: p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St.
set. points this week as bream and bass are
; and voltage the outstanding catches. Laton StandingsTIIRU LASTS OR 4 TIMES Saturday, June 8 Phone 261.4 586
Set regulator. Albritton brought in two 2- LONGER THAN 8:35: a.m. 3:01: a.m.
l timing pound black bass, Herb Potts, ( JUNE 3) ORDINARY WAX JOB 9:01: p.m. 2:50: p.m. G. E. (GLENN)
; Betty Potts, Ricky Potts and Jim Stags
; 0 Adjust carburetor & Check battery i iI Swearingen caught SQ mixed Redbirds LASSERRE MOTOR Sunday, June 9
I bream, 3-three pound black bass
Li -f'-tj : :-",- _. ___,"" ,".""...',., .., :" .. . :. .. ::1, ;;..;. ,: and 25 large blue bream. Ethel Falcons'Pirates : i CO. 9:13: a.m. 3:41: a.m. KITCHENS
; 9:43: p.m. 3:29: p.m.
Beck and Barbara Nightingale
PITCHING ElectricalContractor I
j firtfOnt NEW TREADS caught 20 mixed bream. Bert Alvarez, Stags S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 Monday, June 10
French and Richard Groover
B. Johnson: Falcons 9:54 a.m. 4:21 a.m.
i APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES brought in 25 mixed bream. Ron- Miller, Stags 10:18 p.m. 4:11 p.m. 24.HOUR SERVICE
A nie French and on 25 mixed Oliver, Redbirds
1\ WHITEWALLS-ANY Going Fishing? Phones
bream. Bobby McClelland yoU TOP TEX L'ATTERMiller Tuesday, June 11
mixed bream, and Anderson Hunt 261-5194 or 261-4379
Narrow or Wide Design, Stags 10:39: a.m. 5:04: a.m.
and Benny Lee Jones, 25 bream Pikula, Falcons Visit Us For. : .
Tubeless or Tube-type 4 for catfish. f 11:03 p.m. 4:57 p.m. Porter Cr
; and 10 Fox, Falcons : Complete Line Of Lovcquist
& Beryl Rice, R'birds : Fishing Tackle Wednesday, June 12 General Contractors
Our Ma titadi, identified by Medallion and shop mark: art ; The Nassau County Sheriffs B. Johnson, Falcons
GUARANTEED 4' 9 Water Patrol met Monday nightat M. Rice, Redbirds I i Rods e Reels 11:29 'a.m. 5:50: a.m. SPECIALTIES -
1. J.rau! dtfeU U workm ukl aad material duria lift of treat 49Plus Porter's Fish Camp with members Franklin, Falcons j 1 Outdoor Camping 11:54 p.m. 5:51 pf.m. WOODWORKING
2.Aniiut uirqul rail hasarda (ucept rnalnb! puictam) eaooaa. I PLASTIC SURFACINGCUSTOM
tern to everyday putenxtr ear use for 1:moath. of the losing team on the recent Burgess, Falcons Equipment Thursday, June :3 BUILT CABINETS
at MpUcemeaU glee M adjiutaeat.ronte4 oa trod wear ui >bawd M lilt D rise eurrtat ticket drive having to treat Weisner, Pirates KITCHEN AND BATH
the winners to steak dinner.The Gihleo 6:42 aim
t n 'fin tax and 4 trade-In tires* 12:26: C:52
losers had to eat beans. Sheriff Starratt, Pirates p.m. : p.m. Complete I t Showroom
Yoi ngblood was on the losing RUNS, BATTED .IX SUPPLY
FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK: I 1 Tides CwuvttyGeodetic: For Color Coordination
team and most all of the members Miller, Stags 112 Atlantic Are %61. j82 Coast a Surve
attended to watch the Sher- Conner, Stags ,; Phone 261-3068
iff eat beans he fooled everyone Gilileo, Pirates
and brought) his own steak. M. Rice, Redlegs : t
We might add that Gene Lasserre Cover, Pirates r .
can really prepare steaks. B. Johnson, Faleons FUN IN THE SUN ,

fires ton BEACH SUPPLY a *
It seems Jhe Falcons, of the r. AT FERNANDINA BEACH ::1f: .
Senior League, have a jinx on MORE
Tom Michael and his tough Stag FISHING BOATING SWIMMING /
118 Atlantic i team. The Stags have lost two :
Avenue Phone 261-4482
I games had this the season honpr each and the time.Falcons ON PAGE 8 j GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN"* I

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Page Fasht'ews-LeaderE 'Fernandina! Beach; Florida! Thursday June 6, 1968Lynda l L -- -- -. -

Mattson Is Winner : \( ? It's j2PJi\ 1fIe GiPiSIYMK. "

Is I. KIDS 1\M\ Itfl

Jimmy Ewing Runnerup

c4f1'k2 WEEK AT s t.. : ct 1 + N WJwC tAISQ!

In Jax Golf TournamentLynda ... ,
I WINNDIXIE ,, f-,,; .:- '." ...". -,.' ..

Mattson, long.hitting I Lynda's victory brought her a In the boys' division, Fernan- I, 0 D STOP ti 5 pr .y FOR EVERY DIME YOU SPEND at ti, IP,td.DIXIE

daughter of l local pro Ed Mattson, I large, handsome trophy and a. dina Beach' outstanding contribution Quantity Rights Reserved
walked off with top honors in the i 1 blazer that will bear a shoulder 1 to junior golf since Tommy i; Prices Good Thru Jane 8th
Girls' Division of the Jacksonville: : patch telling of her victory Her' Shave, III, was capturing hon- J '
Juniors Golf Championship this nearest opponent was Tammy ors a few years back, was the vie- WINN COPYRIGHT-DIXIE STORE f-J t INC r, \." ,. -.yy

week. Bowman five shots back. ; tim of a heartbreaking finish > ..
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Young's ContinuesTo Offshore Fishing on Jimmy the final Ewing hole. was .leading I k

Steve Melynk of Brunswick, Ga., i
join into the final hole of the %
Lead In Softball Club
Sets ,
Program tourney at Hyde Park, and need- .Y
id only a tie to pull at!.the win.

Pennant ContestYoung's Meeting June 11 that Both guard boys the were 18th in green the Melynk traps 44/ 5 TO POUND WHOLE s ,

blasted out near the hole for ane.putt
Crab Plant captured ,The regular meeting of the while! Jimmy's explosIon 3 ,
two more victories in softball play Fernandina Beach Offshore Fish-1 I shot was too 'strong and .he 9iI! I C
during the past week and at the ing Club will be held Tuesday, I :.tree-putted from 25 feet. :
present time-hold a comfortable ; June 11, at 8:00: pm. at Herb Melynk also nosed out Ewing v I U + '
lead in the pennant drive. The I White's Outboard Sales on South 'ast year in the Jacksonville Ama ; 4 # ? if
Crabbers defeated the Countyteam 8th St. All members, prospective eur Golf ,Association event for a ati
C-l, and won over Porter's i members and visitors. are urged to I runnerup honors. Ewing lost the i& L Wiii
84. Chem-Cell handed KAC a 10. attend. natch on the first extra hole after : S'S &
4 loss and KAC defeated the i I The club now has over 70C(! they were tied at the end ofI *I r .4kS\
County team, 82. tires on hand with which to build I he regular play. .I T *
Gene Powers tossed both vlc I the artificial reef but sand, gravel -
who fullback
Ewing, played on
tories for Young's, allowing the old bricks and concrete arc .
he University of Georgia's freshman J Z: Y
County boys eight hits. Butlerwas i needed. If you have any of these
football team last Fall, baa
the leading: hitter for the I materials to donate please call
County with 2 hits, while Carl Herri White, E. B.Philips, or any. )lecided to, concentrate on golf and
I member of the varsity
Jones and Wayne Dotson led the of the other members. will be a ,
Crab team with 2 hits each. Jim. :inks team next year. IT
The civic organizations of Fer- '.
5; y ;
my Roland, Bill Cox, Billy Roland I nandina Beach are reminded thi His outstanding performance as 9 AGR14UlTUREi
and Tucker also hit safelyfor \ local football star won him a
is a project that will help the entire .
Young's.In community and the' help of cholarship at Georgia. ,F, ew

the second game Friday everyone is needed, CommodoreE.
night, Chem-Cell defeated KAC, B. Philips said today. Trounce -.
104. Smith did the pitching for Important committee .chairmer Stags BII'
the winners and did not allow BRA
will be appointed at the meetingAn ,
KAC but C hits while Chem-Cell :111'1Y/1
interesting and informative Pirates 12-2 InAction .'
banged out 9, including a home .
program on Offshore Fishing me .
run by Smith. thods will be presented and al' ,
Morris had 2 hits along with fishermen and prospective fisher- Friday FULL CUT ,BONELESS ROUND
Smith to lead Chem-Celil at the
plate, with Lee, Gordon, Babb, 'fan can profit from this pro
gram.Burbank. ff The Stags found the Pirates an
Carden- .and Bennett- -sharing- -_ .in- asy target last Friday afternoon z JUMBO SIZE WESTERN VINE RIPE Steak LB 88f.
the hitting. John Smith led KACwith
1 is they won the ball game, 12-2. t: G
three hits with Meeks, Hull Leads Jets Bill Miller and ;Mike Conner

and Lyons sharing in the hitting. >hared the mound :duty for the i= .ry SI LOIN
Monday night KAC bounced Stags and did not allow the Pi-
back to defeat the County team. With Three Hits To ates but 2 hits although Alan FOR ,
8-2, behind the four-hit pitching(
over, pitching for the Pirates, LB,
of John Smith and J. C
Lyons. : Down Redlegs 5-3 Md( not allow the Stags but three
festers led KAC with 2 hits 'case blows. I I
apiece, with Parriah: Lyons, Shep-
paid an.I) Holly getting hits for T>e Rotary Jets handed the KACfodlegs Hank Bailey, Mike Conner and
collected the three hitsor
KAC. Blackwood, Green, George a 5-3 Little League de Thornton
and La Blanc got the hits for the I 'eat as Billy Burbank led the wag; the Stags while Van Sea.ra"e3 -.*1 FANCY. FRESH FLA. SWEET BANTAM Steal
and Bubba"Williams got
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County. I I or the winners with tHree hits ii j < LB.
the two Pirate hits.
Porter's Fi h Camp( made a determined -I hree trips to the plate. .. .
bid to VP4< '-Young's The Redlegs outhit the Jets 9.; Score by Innings: ,

Monday night, but* 8-run' rally I but could not score any runs afte- Pirates 110 00' 229 I : Corn 1 O. 49" EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND / .!-
213 12 12 3 3Cover .
I naking three in the fourth. Th Stags. *- -
in the third gave Young's the I t ;EARS '
game, 8-1. Porter's had jumpedout lets scored three in the first am' and Gilileo; Miller, Con f ,:: ;; IC 89
in front 3-0 on Brewer's home I'' idded two more in the third fo ler and Conner, Johnson. I ,.: t>1 B ee. S at8 PKG4 A-$1'

run in the third, but could not he victory over the leagueleaders. \4., ... ., ,. ;: ,
hold the lead. j Morris Tosses 80i &'..} ,-": ::"", ;' '\,'.+""".,, J if,,..1.' .".' "' 'o---t"." .\'.._...,.....,.....f"rY"_' .'. '-: T.. .:: '< ". '_l .rw;: 1. CHUCK. .
Gene Powers, Bill Cox and Jim Besides Burbank's three hit: '
Horn led Young's in hitting 'ete Peters, Lloyd Uffelmar i "
with 2 hits apiece with Smith lohn.} Cover and Eddie Justice col Senator) Win Over '1

Jones, Jimmy Roland getting hit ected hits for the Jets. Si6rE berries 3 16 oz., $1.Roast..LB.49f.

fur the winners. Knight and Rowland I II Mark Haddock and Mike Sap' Vlethotlist Braves CUPS ,
I led Porter's team with f ed the Redlegs in hitting wit'
hits with Duncan, Hickox, Freeman while Robert God I
wo hits apiece BONELESS (ALL MEAT)
Simons and Brewer getting vm, Lee Key, Lee Godwin, Da\i Mark Morris tossed a, neat 2- MORTON FROZEN' CHOCOLATE. BANANA NEAPOLITAN,'. LEMON, COCONUT BEEF"J : ;
hits for the loser?. Brewer's hit '\ey and Phil Alday hit safel: litter as the Kiwanis Senators '
was a home run.LEAGUE or the Redlegs. 'efeated the Methodist Braves, Cream Pies 2F89 Stew' .LB.69f.

: STANDINGS Gary Lotequist did the pitch W), in Little League action :

Youngs 1 40( ng for the Jets while Lee K(' \ie day night. Morris struck out ,. ...' .
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KAC 3 3 ive and walked five in collectinghe /. --z--r; : -; .
\as on the mound for the Red (r ).
Box Plant 1 1ChemCelt struck out si win. ; J I : -
1 1 nd C$ Lovequist : Stewart Pikkula led the Sena- : ,;,r < : :

County 1I'urtcr's 2 Score Key by one.innings; ors at bat with four-for-four I C'HOIC'E( ; Ec tk /r.. : ShOR1IhIN 41 .Wr0L. j ,
L.'L mlll'
0 :3 vith Windle Higginbotham belt-
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'edlejs; 000 300 3 9 i -) ;>>
out two double Paul Sch- \ E1't F
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OOx 5 7 (CI' : '
Jcnes antz, Mark Morris. and Mikey SUPERBRAND- : : ,, Y-UNSA TURA TED ASTOR :
L. Key and Lovequis
Falcons Win 6-3 ; 'ownsend hit for the. win '1 r. ,'ANI I
I' safely
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nd J. Oner.Hardee's.. I vI" l'r' r ._ ..
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Over Pirates With ters.Carl Harris and William Mitbell ,l ce vj': t S.hortflnlng : :

I I SplitsDoubleheader : got the two hits made off .... pu. .. -.II" .. .., .
I he pitching of Morris. f" t .::) :
Starratt! On MoundBob : Score by innings: } r.1 r. 1 I II .
Wit 401 210 8 9. 1 \ e ;
: enators :' ,1 :
Y'kIr HALF ;: I ;
Johnson tossed a 3-hitte haves 000 000 0 2 3 -. ,/r.llfit, ,. .? 1 <"to}, 3-LB. CANSAVE I.
for the Falcons as thy doune Morris and Pikula; Skipper and t "-: : GALLON \ !
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baseball action Johnson struc'out ;::;::; f; : J U .I'I
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one and walked onl/ four ir softball team split i kmglas.Mixed el/ 4 J) 1. .\ '

winning while bi 3. mound opponent oubleheader last Wednesday Doubles 1"ll! ; THRIFTY MAID lii'-1 POLY-UNSATURATED Save .ft' i'i i
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Starratt, struck. ..out five ant :?ht in two fine women's soft :

walked one. all games; In the opener, liar DV II. n, ELLIS JR. IceMilk :II 391 IB. ,
Price Poole l led the Falcon 10 'te's, defeated Meyers, G.2,. bust I : n Crisco CAN 681 ; ;
hit attack with three Juts in thre- > the nightcap to the hustlingcore's WEEK OF, 6. .63 Si.\ (9'i sco E I
trips to the plate while DicU ( team; 53. Total I : i: ,,f Limit one with $5'.00 4f
and Mike PiVula Ann Herrington, Deasy Mat food .
Fox cam : "V order. "
"earn Standings W L Pins Vi' : > 4Eb
through with two hits, Johnson 'tx and .Eloise Mint on led th :! .4-1 :: .
Franklin and B. John on colleted Tardee team with two hits' apiect ladden Lanes '15}; 4H 12611teddy <: ::JlQ..1 .. bE'lt S, _' "- "-4Y/ ''' I I
Kilowatt 12 8 12017 .
hits to share;la the Falcoi nth Henderson and Dot Davie I. :
hitting. : .' )min ; through w\th single fo .and lary &Kay's Williams Inc.,10 10' 12210 :i SAVE 20
Starratt led the Pirate hitter te. winners.L 9i3 10': 12192 8 Ct, 1 ;
Gill, Linda Evans and Vir Mayonnaise QT. 39x Buns Rolls 2 1.9f. :
with 2 hits with Johnny Weisne inia Brewer collected the hit rood Fair 7 13 11761 or Pkgs, i
getting the other Pirate hit. I.A.C. 6' 14 i I .
Score by innings: .>r Mejer; team.: 12030i i I SAVE 11< EACH BLUE or WHITE ARROW". SAVE 14* LIMIT 1 l'' WITH FOOD ORDER. HUDSON TOILET Ir I !
Falcons 010 113 0 6 10 In the second game of th Hifh Team. 3-Games ;i

Pirates 001\ 000. 2 3 3' ight the young Moore's tear .:and &: Williams Inc 2529 Detergent GIANT 48-: Tissue 4 ROLL PKG. 39,: :I I II
Johnson and Fox; ,Starratt tn. efeated Hirdee's, 5-3, with Sir Tadden Lanes 2518 .
Gilleo. ton aid King leading the wa eddy Kilowatt 2392
ith two hits apiece for Moore'a I Pine Breeze Medium I J mji ,r I, \
'. Guest, J, Fowlet, S. Franklii High, Ind. 3-Games ::::: I IE
LITTLE LEAGUE Tamilton and Srarboro hared j'i ihe lenry Ellis 724 M Free Htf Green i
STANDINGS hitting by Moore's., roger Hadden C6frchie S 50 Free Vrt Green StampsWITH Stamps i

Deasy Mattox was the leadin- \ Smith 646 \II THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF it t i l lI

(THRU JUNE 4) fitter for Hardee's with two hits Five CAM ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN
ith Townsend, Ann Herringtor High, Team Game I I Hawaiian Punch Chocolate Cake '
Cubs 5 J f
and; &: Williams Inc. 900 i
'loise Minton, Henderson, Beth 'I
Senators 5 '
sadden Lanes 8)2 COOO THRU JUNE ITU COOO THRU JUMC : 'ecton and Cary Alvarez collect 2' 6 9
Hoinets 5 ; i'00t'FaIr 803 DOZ. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ANY WINN-DIXIE
Redlegs' 5 \v bits for the loser I' 32 j
Braves 3 Cary Alvarez did the pitchin* High, Ind. Game I ,

Jets 3 ( I both games for Uard e's, witJ lenry Ellis 26AVrchie
TOP TEX n.\TTEIS 'enderson catching, while Gue I Smith 216 'f '
(May 31) id the pitching for Moore's will I handy Brewer 240 I I -r... cY1 NL u.+ i

Mark Ricky Haddock Jones, Redlegs, Redlegs .SO.50' "heibert. Knight catching.C. and. Cathy Dopso' High Scratch Howlers I 50 Free 3MT Green Stinis M Free 2W Green Stamps 50 Free #*/* Green Stamps


Carl Harris, Braves ..47M. opening game.MORE Eleanor Flint! 183 474 : [ 1 r 0-C1. PACKAGE ONE 4-oz. TIN ONE IOO-CT BOTTLE

Crumpler, Braves ,4S' Velma Gloria Hadden Hodge 133-383 149 415 Dixie Horn Tea Bags Fisck ors Hack Pepper Bayer Aspirin J i
L. Godwin, Redlegs .44 "
S. Pikula, Senators ..42TL Gents '
Redlegs .
.42 Henry Ellis 217-571 33 31 (
McDonald, Cubs .40 ON PAGE 9 Cecil Hodge 189-563;' t 0 _il-i--i-_ _
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Edge Braves Pirates Defeat ",- New-teaaer, Fernandina- Beach,.Florida Thursday, June 6, 1963 Paje- Kin- ..
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11-8 With Max Redbirds 9-8 In FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK ,


:Hord On MoundThe Senior League PlayIn O TAIL REMOVE 7t, SCALES HEW MWTH INTO FLESH S/GE5 Off

t i twit KAf / Pate ovr
Chera-Cell Cubs came-from- Senior League play Monday 6avESL
behind to defeat the Methodist I afternoon the Pirates defeatedthe .. 'rF'x0.!h4., r M.>d.o GSi y;w,}!?.. g Nr J ,... ': x.k .x : AND
m. >iifr.R:3aa .k. ]:4S'' ; ..
Braves, 11-8, in Little League action Redbirds, 9-8, in a real close a.'! L4 L J 0. 4\\; ;1 1 --- ..
last Friday afternoon. The 1 game. The Redbirds put on a spir- *> ..
Braves jumped off to an early ited rally in the last frame but I

7.2 lead, but the Cubs shut the I failed to overcome the Pirate r : 4 ( ; w II I I ,. > REMOVAL
door on the Brave scoring at that ,' lead. II' i ; r.4yr.Y t to' !r, flOW OF TAIL.WASft .

point, then went on to score 9 Beryl Rice the hitting hero i a I0MLi
was !
more runs and win the game. I' for the winners with four-for- I TO CLEAN :: ; ;L'
Max Hord did the pitching for four, with Mike Rice coming :
[the Cubs, settling down after the 'through with two hits. Bubba i
'second inning' and not allowing t Williams and Ricky Oliver shared AND COOK :
I the Braves a hit or run after that. [ in the Redbird hitting : I ;
llord{ struck out seven and walk-
[ A FiSH ?
Larry Gilileo and John Weisnerled BCur RaouA
led six. 'I
the Pirates with two hits each, a vENr
Al Talbird and Clinton Brown with Alan Cover John Williamsand I : UNDER RaNN/NG r b. b CUT ALONG II
''did the pitching for the Braves I Warren Cargal collecting 1'4WATEQROL FISH BELLY LiA'E
W struck out three and walked -: IN CORN MEA wr
I hits for the winners. '0 SEVERE XFAD
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Score by innings: fPPER
, Fletcher Shurley led the Cub I Pirates 260 000 1 9 7 2 70 7AST lNSwF ,

with a single and double Redbirds 240 000 2 8 812 -
titters Steve Solomon hit a double Gilileo, Cover and Cover, Gili Y i FRY FISH
Gass a single for leo; Harris and Barry Rice. '' IN $KKLfT'
the Cubs. '- CONTAINING A80bT'r

Carlton Geiger, Mike Douglasand The American Cancer Sociely'sConquer hrr /4 INCH OF HOT'OOKWG GREASE'TURN '
Mark 'Grumpier collected the Uterine Cancer program WHEN BROWt- ;.,..y

three Brave hits. combines research, professionaland r,' a .Hi TIME ASCOT 10 MINUTES
Score by innings: .:
education and service
public c ,
Braves 161 000 837: I to patients in an effort to save t FLORIDA GAME AW FRESH WAT K f/Srf' COMMISSION
(Cubs 024 05x 11 4 4 I the who die of : SHERIFF YOt NGBLOOD washes down the "beans", as pictured here with membersof .. j,
14,000 -
women now --- --- --
Talbird, Brown and Douglas his Nassau Water Patrol dinner -, -
; the disease each year. Support, the County at a Monday night at Porter's, climaxinga I -- ----- ---- --- --
|llord and Gass. American Cancer Society's pro- ticket sales contest. His team, the losers, ate beans while whiners enjoyed delicious

grams of research education and steaks. (It was reported that: not to be outdone, "Cap" carried his pwn steak.) Apparently 55' 4 ; S.Gx

[L' Trade At Home f service.Shiell's '! enjoying the dinner, regardless of menu, were, standing, from left, Youngblood,
- Bob Carter, Roy Jackson, James Lee, Strawberry Batchelor, Topsy Smith and Gene

Lasserre. Back of table, Leroy McKee, John Thirsk, Bob Steffens, Johnny Bodine, y \
Conway Davis. Sr.. Porter Barnard and Conway Davis, Jr. Front row, W. A. Schu- L
rene, Buster Moore, Colvin Smith and Clark Brookins. If
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Swap ShopIN ------ --- J. .L. ,
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Gets"Bean" !" I,

FLo m.\ 1973 million to 2.6 million. This growth >: .. .. .
16 NORTH 4th ST. I i Menu At .
by will be of national importance in i i \ : I I
Claude J. Yates that it will make Florida one of .::,
NEXT WESTERN UNION Vice President and General Manager the most politically powerful : Patrol's Dinner Ar 4r'"/E"k b t ,, .

Southern Bell & : .
. Telephone states in the nation.
Telegraph Co. : Naturally, we anticipate a sim- :I .{.x .
COIPLETE'LINE OF Jacksonville, Florida ilar growth in the telephone busi- BY CURT GORDON 4: \\ .
was a case of the "Sheriff r
The growth of Florida is a ness. As of January 1963, Southern eats the beans", at the
DOZIER & GAY PAINTS Bell operated a total of 1- I k
twentieth century phenomenon. In 'Nassau County Sheriff's Water tellum
1900, there were a half-million 562,000 telephones in Florida, a Patrol meeting at Porter's last
"HEST FOR THE SOUTH" i in Florida today there | one million increase over 1953. By
people ,
i ;, Monday night. The reason, Sher- ,
is in of 51 million. And 1973, Southern Bell will have 2- s.-..
Brushes Rollers Filler SandpaperAnd excess I iff Youngblood was on the losing
I 800,000 telephones in the state. Suburban
the amazing thing about Florida'sgrowth i
team in the recent sale of tickets
All Painting Needs! \I is that the bulk of it has i There are interesting trends in when the club was giving
II awaya
;, occurred in little more than a de these figures in that we expectthe boat and motor. The members
cade. We have gained more pop- number of households with were divided into two teams with .
Propane we
ulation in the last 12% years than telephone service to increase 9$ I the team selling the most tickets + G4 .
New and Used Furniture Dishes we did in the preceding 130 years to a total of over 80f/ ; the per- being treated to steaks by the .

Books Shoes Clothes I I In 1950, Florida was the 20th cent of extension telephones to i losers. The losers ate the beans. '
homes with telephone service Ii : wantumFREE
largest state in the nation.;Today, I Members of the winning team i4I
I should increase from 34 tf to ',
we rank ninth, and many peoplepredict
47 (. There is a growing movement in the sale of tickets were, Straw-
i we will be in the top five I
"Come I In And Browse Around" in a few short years. I to a second telephone line berry Batchelor, Curtis Smith, I.,1 GAS
in the home for ,
i I Bob Carter James ,
Impressive facts, yes! But theyare Lee, Gene
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completely overshadowed by The continued industrialization I Lasserre, Dick Gordon, Roy Jackson ,
the anticipated growth in the ;, of Florida will tax our ingenuity and Joe Barnard. The losing' SERVICE INSTALLATION ',
FORMERLY ON SOUTH 8th ST. : in providing all types of modernbusir.ess
next 10 years. We anticipate that I team members included John Bo-
NEXT TO ASKINS LAUNDROMAT .. by 1973, Florida will have a pop- i I communications. New dine, Sheriff Youngblood, Leroy :
and fexible! communications
ulation of 8.2 million an:} that more 'I McKee, Dick Schurene, Conwa7:
services will be and
households will increase from 1.7 required weI Davis FOR HOME BEYOND
r .._- I will be prepared to meet these I Jr., Clark Brookins, Bob 9
L;'_ : irfereasing demands. \ Steffens: Porter Barnard, Buster .. .

'I' job Southern in the next Bell's ten most]important'I'' Moore After and the Colvin steaks Smith.and beans!i'' GAS MAINS : '

ri-I NERVES JUST NERVES j think and plan President Bob Carter called the ." '"."

I the future, for we invest millions meeting the to club order will to discuss undertake.projects I Don't send smoke signals just pick up your phone 'X: ;*.
i| of dollars annually based on our I '

Many have been told ")'our trouble is nerves, just nerves that's all!" Nerves are too ': faith in the future. ings Signs and to be the erected purchase at boat of diving land and call 261-3661. Ask for your FREE Suburban ":*:.;;" :' '"

important to the body to be dismissed so easily I The expected growth }jn the next equipment were the main topics .
'ten years will not be without'' discussed. II Propane gas service installation TODAY.OFFER *:f
Nerves make possible all movements, nerves transmit all sensation to the brain. : problems problems which must I ..' ,4 .
Nerves make possible night, smell, taste, and hearing. Nerves maintain balance and be faced by all responsible Florid- Gene Lasserre was praised for
keep the body temperature it 98.6 degrees. Nerves control blood pressure, stomach ians. Our educational facilities his work in putting up street IS FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY ,
action, blood flow, speech and breathing. Nerves make it possible to swallow. In fact, : will be taxed to the limit, and if signs for the recent Fish Fry _
all functions taking place in the body are under control and co-orciicaiion of the : ( and for cooking the delicious
we expect to continue to be a '
nenous sjstera. steaks.
1 leader in the space age with sub- .

HowWell Do Your Nerves Work? business sequent ,space we must age contracts plan now and to'':i "A budget seems to function F Fi Suburban SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS CO.

The diseases mentioned below are only a few which are caused by provide the necessary higher i edu-i i like a corset. You push in the I 7 S. 7th Street Phone 261-3661
research facilities. Industry 'i*I bulge one place only to have it I
vertebrae in the spinal column slipping slightly and causing nerve cation and is becoming more complex- :: pop out in another." S. E. Me-

pressure. i keel, Ovid (N. Y.) Gazette and''
and schools must )
daily, our provide -
1. Slight pressure on nerves at this point may cause headaches the technically trained young j I! Independent- J .
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insomnia in the dizziness emotional disorders to meet these i -- -- -
epilepsy, pain neck or people necessary -
new and demanding requirements. r--; : :: ---j-i-:; :

Florida has a diversified econ-
2. A slight slipping of a vertebrae causing pressure on nerves in this and is rapidly becoming a
part of the spine can be the cause of throat trouble, bursitis, painin major industrial state. This is of .....

the shoulders and arms, and thyroid disturbances. great the importance state must as provide the economyof some I RAMBLERTHE BEST OF BOTH I I1

3. The arrowhead marked number three locates the part of the spine 80,000 jobs a year just to maintain -

wherein pressure on nerves will often cause pain between the the expansion pace of the
shoulder blades, muscular aches of the arms and shoulders hay late 1950's.

fever, allergic conditions and bronchitis. Providing municipal services for

4. Nerve pressure at this point causes chest pains functional heart a this increasing population will require -
additional taxation. Business {-
disease, asthma, difficult breathing and other lung trouble.
and industry in Florida must'

5. Stomach and liver troubles, enlargement of the spleen, and a score be prepared to share this increased 1Fi

of other troubles frequently are caused by vertebrae slipping and tax bill.Increasing. !

causing nerve pressure in this part of the spine, sometimes so light 7 urbanization will ,
as to remain unnoticed by others except the trained Chiropractor place great demands on our municipal -i'
i transportation systems j _
G, liere we find the cause of many gall bladder problems, disturbancesof Housing must be provided' the ;i _
the upper bowels and shingles. 8 face of decreasing available land. I
These are only a few of the
7. Kidney problems, skin disease and arthritis are often caused by many things which must be faced ,; f

i nerve pressure in the-spinal openings at this point. for Florida 1973. Opportunity

8. Correction of such troubles as lumbago, low back ache, sacro iliac, will be unlimited. Growth should I
slipped l disc, follow chiropractic adjustments at this point. t 'create additional demands and .t
: business should expand but it .: ....-.. .. j .--
9. Why have constipation, rectal troubles, sciatica, when chiropractic Ii : will only increase and grow if the I' : /. {
adjustment at this part of the spine may remove the cause! Study this chart carefully '! leaders of today's business, indus- -', ,; 1.71

s erve at one cr try and state government plan for '. . ;
"u 10. A dttt slippage of OM or both pelvic bones will likewise pro-more /TC points may i 11973 today!! ,

duce sciatica together with many disturbances of the bladder, and be the exact cause of jour.
t .
reproductive organs and cramps in legs particular condiuun.Kingslond VACATION

Hear the shout
: tL
H+ "School is out," ..
i Ringing! lewd and clear. / 1 t 1a

Pedaling bikes, -
ChiropracticClinic Taking hikes, I -
i Vacation time is here. ,i .c,
wI ;

i : ? Overwhelm Acrobats, the town.' t tI Double-Safety Brakes I Ceramic-Armored Exhaust'System I Superior -

; Climbing trees, Performance i Curved Glass.Side Windows a More Service-Free RAMBLER RoRlf"ft
"Associated with Owen Chiropractic :
'" Bruising knees, .. \f.r' Ir Deep-Dip Rustproofing I Self-Adjusting Brakes I Advanced Unit (9 ,
Jacksonville- r
Clinic of
r I Acting like a clown.: : .-. Construction a Famous Rambler Economy...and many, many more! Winner of Motor TrendAward"i: i i

4 .x Hours )Ion., Wed.. FrL ,.t:! ::!-sr Jacks and Jills '
,r I Climbing hills, ; Good reasons why more than 2,000,000 owners have switched to Rambler ,i(

131 Kings St. Phone 723-5611 Bedlam in the air. f t ,
l KINGSLAND. GEORGIA Mom and Dad ;'. 1\ AUTO SERVIC 8th And Jasmine

Devoutly glad _. ; ;.. I HARRELIS Fernandina Beach, Fla. i

|; DR. C. It CROCKER DR. T. A. OWES It comes but once a-year. .
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Page Ten News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 6, 19G3 News From ... --- -- -.--.-- --. .- i iiIioliii ji i j
I HEALTH'TOPIC ': 'HappyBitthday :

f The Rec Center

'B'fl) I 'C(
0 0R 1 !
: Judge J, E. (Gene) Weatherford ;;
Fiesta Activities in Auditor. Jr. Life Saving CClass in the A Service of Vtmr Doctor of Medicine.
Your Local Medical! 5oc etc amt the I Don't Forget Your Birth Month Is j I
ium all day. T: j Pool 9:30.11:30 a.m. Flood Medical Association ,
I Atlantic Avenue Playground' Home Demonstration Club in CHANGING DISEASE I
supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m"l the Conference Room at 10:00: THEORIES I Time To Renew Your Driver's License :

I I"I YOUNGER Hugh Sides, Inst. Demoniacal, humoral, astrological I -" It
Teen Club in Gante Room 7:15 a.m.Ballet Class (Beginners) in the observational, and experimental {
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P-m Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne : these are five i I .
wltkUtfmA t tt rtPORCUPI Adult Ballroom 'Dance Class i in Owens, Inst stages of man's approach ,
I the Conference Room-at 8:00 p.m. through. the ages .to the problem
$189500 Men and Boys' Health Club in Ballet Class (Intermediates) in of disease I AUTO AIRCONDITIONERSRECHARGED ,j
the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Jul Primeval men believed that '
the Health Club Room, day and
anne Owens, Inst. the terrifying signs and symptoms ,.
.. I ,My' father-in-law has to live jvening. Ballet Class (Advanced) in the of disease were caused by I
with us. I like the old cuss but I FRIDAY JUNE 7th demons. And he attempted to
wish he would stop interi erring Adult Ceramics ,in Ceramics Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne drive the demons responsibleout i ALL MAKES AND MODELS
Owens, Ind.Atlantic of the body by one way or I
with kids. How a.ra.-12:00
us and our can 1 II Room 9:30 : noon, Mar
I tell him off ? Avenue Playground,
tactfully ha Puletti, Inst. I The ancient Greeks believed !
M. N., Oklahoma City Sub-Teen Club 1 in the Game supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., that the world and universe I Agency For CLARDY Air-Conditioners1; .
i Swell question. It points up the loom at 7:15 p.m.Terpsichorean tha Puletti, Inst. were composed of four basic !
Ito common and unnecessary J Clup Dance in Senior Citizens Club in the forces: earth, fire, water and I o'YE
IASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY 7:00 air. Similarly, Hippocrates, I SPECIALIZE IN --
Cold War Between the Gen Auditorium 9:30 p.m., 1:00 a.m. Conference Room at : p.m.
w erations. The solution takes some Men and Boys' Health Cub in Teen Club in Game Room at "Father of tdicine," argued 0 Tune-Up _
there fouf humors fluids
-- --- i enlightened strategy, but you can :he Health Club Room, day and 7:15 p.m. in the were human body: blood or I I 0 Wheel Alignment
i do it. Help your fat her-in-law !veninr. Adult Ballroom Dance Class in phlegm black bile and yellow e Automatic Transmission Repairs
Jrf understand his changed role in SATURDAY, JUNE 8th the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m.: bile. Blood letting, a standard ,. 't

life changes.that Foryour accompanies information all life.all Fiesta Activities all day. Men and Boys' Health Club in I treatment humors prevailed to remove for centuries excess, I Ie'en REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANY
Teen Club in the Game Room the Health Club Room, day andevening. : into the 20th century.
life is all change moment!
N OW : ,' j every it 7:30 p.m. I During the Middle Ages, diseases Your Local Oldsmobile Dealer
Help him ue he's no longer the j .
I Men Health Club in
eFASTER sometimes
I the You and Boys' PUBLIC. SWIMMING.Monday : I were attributed I 232 South 8th Street Phone 261-3122
father of family. are!
| and I to the movements of
he Health Club Room, day 2:15 4:45
Sunday : : I
.... Your arrival moved him to an jvemng. ,: heavenly bodies and it was I -
other place in the family circle I p.m believed the position of the Ij I ----
SERVICE AND Help him see that: when he now MONDAY, JUNE 10th Monday Sat. 7:15.9:45. p.m. j stars governed health, sickness I
I makes king-size sounds, he's us- Children's Art Class in the Cer- Friday night is Family Night and death. -
throne! His role imics Room at 3:30: p.m., Faith I All children must be accompaniedby 1 The observational theory of I Ij'

REASONABLE PRICES is urping rn the your periphery of the family now 3ritton, Instr. one or both parents. disease of had the human its basis body in knowledge gained- 9/ie Jltanoi

'i circle banked with love and arfet.i Atlantic Avenue Playground SWIMMING CLASSES: j' through autopsies during the I i
I i tion. Dr. Maurice E. Linden. ;upervised play, 3:30.5:30 p.mn First Session Swimming Classes 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. iI
I Philadelphia's Director of Mental' [ugh Sides, Inst. begin Monday, June 10th All The great Italian anatomist I I

N I for 'Health, gives us the symbol of Island .Squares Club in' the boys and girls who are registeredfor and gagni pathologist who died, in Giovanni 1771, helped Mor- I II In Magnificent Mountain SettingOld .
I two porcupines: they huddle together ame Room at 7:30 p.m. first session clases are urgedto establish the foundation for
close enough for warmth, Jaycees meet in Conference be on time and not miss classes ,I scientific: medical i : I concepts. I \
i but not too close to prick each from at 7:00 unless The Monday ''
: flJeuflptllg & ){(red p.m. necessary With the. 19th century, experimental .
t'f/ : Qther with their quills. Sound Historical Society in Office .at Wednesday classes will meet with medicine .and pathology !
I I, stuff for porcupines or peo- J:00: p.m the first group taking instruction began in earnest with new
I I pIt! Adults and Teens Ceramic :it 9:15: a.m.; the second at 10:15 I I knowledge of the role of cells,. I
OJ/et/t/infl tfnvitationb I _- .- ;lass in the Ceramics Room &" a.m.; and the third at 11:15. On and bacteria. !
; I I'm applying for an apartment ':30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti .hese days instruction will be r! medical During treatment the past as fifty an years exact, I I

I in a low-income project for the nstr. ?iven in Beginners, Advanced Be- I science is believed to have developed j
and I elderly. When I'm interviewed Men and Boys' Health Club in gingers, Intermediates and Swim more than in all the
I should I look shabby? Usually I he Health. Club Room, day and mers classes. The same schedule ; years in the history of man. Ir
look like a million, because 1 JI 'venin will be followed for the Tuesday-i Even so, the future may maketoday's
{ make clothes from Thursday classes with the following : theories of disease as
I my own rem TUESDAY, JUNE 11 primitive as the humoral r
: iaflarnaceiteflf3All !nants, etc. I'm afraid they'll thin Junior Life Saving Course in exceptions: There will be no1 j, ancient_ Greece seems. theoryof now.
I I'm not as hard up as I reall; 'ool 9:30 11:30 a.m. Intermediate or Swimmer Classes ,: _--- 4 I
I am. I live on $76.00 a month. Ballroom Dance Class (age 113) for the 10:15: or 11:15 hours and
Styles And Types Of Engraving I Mrs. R. M., Miami, Fla ) in the Conference Room at all those registered in Junior Life : I
World Charm wonderful food Ilrid
I Snuggle into jour home-brewed :3flf: p.m.Atlantic. Saving must be at the Pool ready : 12 years; Intermediates, 13 and -gorgeous
4t Schiaparelli and dazzle 'em' Avenue Playground for their class by 10:00: a.m. Jun- 14 years; seniors, 15 and 16 ; Suite movies shuffleboai
I dancing, bridge, bingo, ,
I t You'll be their light eternal! I upervised play, 3:30 5:30 p.m. or Life Saving will meet twoours years. ,!
WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OFf saw this happen. A beautifully ugh[ Sides, Inst. each Tuesday and Thursday. .: Registration is being taken for : Olympic size pool, art lesons, and rock hunting: .
I dressed wrman revealed in the Ceramics Class (9-11)( ) in the JUNIOR OLYMPIC SWIM TEAM the Junior First Aid Course for'
I ., ENGRAVED interview that she made her golf courses -antique and craft shops- nel.
I eramics Room at 2:00 p.m. The Department of Recreation ages 11-14 years. The class will :
LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS clothes or found them in thrift Puletti, Instr.Barbershop )f Fernandina Beach is now ac- i, begin Wednesday, June 12th and' Estate Mountain trails-drives pleasing
fehops. Now everyone in the project Con i
Quartet in the :epting registrations for the Junior will continue each Wednesday and I
ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY I visits her for her attractiveness Room at 8:00 Team for boys :
I erence : p.m. Olympic Swim Friday from 1:00: 3:00 p.ra. in :
..1.1I and ingenuity Recently she Men and Boys' Health Club ir .nd girls. Persons interested may the Conference Room at the Recreation -i Write Harry Tracy, The InnkeeperThe
: was asked to start sewing classes he Health Club Room, day and register by calling 261-5261 and ; Center. I
I i there to prove it's what you pick ;vening. here is no charge for this acti- Manor[ on Charlotte Street in Asheville i
See SampleS At :; not what you pay! To fortify you WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 vity. There are four divisions in I i
I -'. l 1 : here's a true story: a Florida club Atlantic Avenue Playground the Junior Olympics: Midgets, 10 Trade At Home I North Carolina
i \ i of the Business and Professional ,. and
upervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m. years and under Juniors, 11
: Women staged a thrift shop fashion -
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ugh Sides, Inst.
.. u i show to demonstrate' there'sno Jr. First Aid Class in Conference
need to look dowdy at any age loom 1:00.3:00 J
\ income. Their head-to-toe out p.m.
i or Ceramics Class ( 12 and
2ci- ; fits tae each for hat, Salt
, PHONES, 2ci- csc cs7 cost gloves over) in the Ceramics Room at 5c
I handbag. Shoes: $1.50. Dress: $%. Box
::OO p.ra., Martha Puletti, Inst.
Would believe it, the outfitsare
I Sub Teen Club in Game Rooir:
We Represent One of the Largest and Best so smart the gals are wearing it 7:15 p.m. LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
i I them to the office! I've got mineon Adult Ceramics Class in tht -.

1 Engraving Firms In The United States white right waffle now,pique! It's with a a sleeveless red and Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar '
ha Jean Puletti, Instr.
blue cummerbund for $2 from the
1 I II Men and Boys' Health Club in FRE MAR
I'Miami Thrift Shop operated by
the Health Club' Room, day and i/
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I The National Council of Jewish
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: If Pays To Trade At Home Women.I like. your tart talk. You don't the 2vening.Charlotte Auditorium, N at C. 8:00 Boys:: p.m.Choir in I ayonaise Quart 39c .I: l lLUIIT (

coddle us. My 'wife and I have a.1
JL --- problem with our son. He's in I ,
business and often has to take I ONE AVITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER \ 1
trips. His wife likes to go along I _._
-.1 with him. They always send'word I I II

to us to come care for the children
: .1DID when they're away. We sleep on j STANDARD
YOU KNOW ? their porch. It's an enclosed
porch, but even if it were wall. ,
to-wall mink, it wouldn't be as :
comfortable as our own home. I Tomatoes 9c

We're to stay the put.kind Unfortunately of people who, like we I Can 604 Atlantic Ave. k.

,I live only a few blocks from their
porch. What can we do? I
Dismal Couple, Detroit, Mich. LARGE CIRCUS DRINKFAB
1 Next time, tell your son to send '

? For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious discover the children what to it your means house.to uproot lIe'lIl! | Pk4. 25c ORANGE, GRAPE, $11
r r 4 For
One such experience will leave
1 Name Unless The Name Is Registered the porch for a wall-to-wall prac LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER I PINEAPPLE, G-FRUIT ,

t I. f tical nurse, for the children. They .
I t should have thought of this themselves -
I Read This Florida Law.
Ii i ,I' My father lives in a Tetirement' Coffee Lb. 59(1
'hotel and plays cards all the I' Salad I
I n "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage in : time. Isn't this harmful for him? I II LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER[ I DressingFYNE

business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and I; Jack P., Montreal, Canada I Ii
I It's harmful, IF he uses card-
i: t unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit court of i playing as a way of killing time. TASTE

\ the county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall consist It's harmful IF this is the, only Instant I 39LIMIT
I darn thing he can find to do. But r rI qt. C
I of filing: with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons, I it's not harmful please listen Coffee 12 oz. 89c

stating under oath the name of all those interested in the business enterprise, the r carefully if it makes him feelwanted LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
I I. member cf a group
I ,t extent of the interest of each and the fictitious name under which said business is I I. if it gives him ego-strength ---- -- ---- -

I! carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring he can when get he no other wins)way. .(and especially if I Fiesta Meat Specials f' Produce largains .

t 1 to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their intention the tension of competition doesn't

to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four (4) consecutive I castanets.make his corpuscles(Maybe the Jangle tension like is BLUE RIBBON ; JUMBO

weeks in some newspaper as defined by law i in the county where said registra in you: who pays when he loses nut

N ?l tion is to be made, and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the read me Robert deal J.you Havighurst a royal(Chairman flush: I Chuck Roast Lb. 39c CnteIope3For 99C
-: circuit court except upon receiving proof of such publication. I of Human Development, University :
of Chicago) on the dramatic LARGE

t 1-... w 'If You Arc Engaged Business Under Any Name Other Than I and solid"play"talk similarity with. Then Pop between pop so up that"work"with both a. Beef Liver Lb. 39c. Cucumbers 4 For 19c

J Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd I, the of yen values will in clearly living understand that tardI 'i BOSTON : t GEORGIA '

Registered, See Your Attorney For All Necessary Information I of playing! ran give, or cheat him' 39c'
Butts Peaches
-ra LB. 2 Lbs: For 29c
As To What You Should Do. !1 NEED HEiP ON A PROBLEM

i f ? Write to"Helen Alpert, I FRESHLY GROUND BELL
'National Senior Center, Lehigh I Ii :

b bt FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER j,i newspaper.Acres, Florida or in'.care of this I(I Hamburger 3 m 99c Peppers .Fo19c

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FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC Range FURNISHED APT. fir rent. Ph. I I "In case of a nuclear attack, II

WANT AD RATES Priced for quick sale. Air- 261-4320. tic t21 PIOET1 I we have decided to jump under I GIVE FORESTS A BREAK.

Queen vacuum, attachments. 212 i. the office wastebasket Nobodyhas CLEAR A FIREBREAK
415 per word ."5 minimum North 14th. tie rf fp& been able to hit it in 20

: ;card of Thanks: Resolutions MISCELLANEOUS )( years." W. Ct Cplburn, Blackstone BEFORE\ BURNING!

and Similar Notices MATCHED SET Diamond and (Va.) Courier.Record.

.03 per word $1.00 minimum wedding sell See band Bertie, new.at Priced Florida to $25. REWARD No QUESTIONS lyBIllPINNIY I I __ u .- ._-

Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687 Bank. tfc. for return of white gold (( ; Sen. Richard Russell, the gen

.. or place ad at office Bulova wrist watch, extreme tleman from Gawga, says Cuba is I II
BEAUTIFUL BASSETT hound sentimental value, and man'semerald PEAL &IP I
to be rather expensive
511 Ash Street proving a
1 ring, oat in beach dressing
puppies. AKC registered.: Ph. for the Soviets to enjoy
ESTATE tLrr D luxury
rooms by Alan Cover. Were
201-4361. JGc
it is costing them about $1
his late fathers. Call Mrs. Cover,
t Fk and million a day to support Castro.
FOR SALE 36 VOLUME Wagnalls 261.4657 or 2614325.

Encyclonedia. $20. 502 Broomeor !!'

I call 1 2G1-3727. JGp VELMA'S KIDDIE NURSERY The Russians must be gettingit 777////////t

FIELD RIPENED tomatoes. 401 ; I By hour, day or week. 102 S. wholesale. It's costing us at

Fir St., J. W. Cooper, phone BY OWNER MAKE OFFERfor 10th St Phone 261-5932. J27c least twice as much to protect A Consolidation Loan

,?J.3189.. J6c low equity in 3 bedroom, 2 Castro from his enemies.

bath home with family room, FOUND PAIR PRESCRIP- Solves The Problem I -

," .USED COLDSPOT -" sett de- wall-to-wall carpeting, and TION glasses at City Jail Park, President Kennedy is said to

y :'frosting. In excellent 'condition. double carport. No 'qualifyingor : graduation night Identify at have paid to a friend who turned It's the practical, common sense way to handle an
$45. Phone 2G1-5832 or see at closing costs. Assume $13- Buccaneer Bakery. JGc( -U-
stoolie arid quoted him whisperinghe accumulation of old! bills. Everything works out so
201 S. 15th. JGc
950 loan. See 801 Amelia Dr.
.J _*._________ .- BEAUTY SHOP can not act in Laos because he much better when you have just one monthly! pay.
or phone 201-5307. tic VANITY "-
*JltEDOT FIBERGLASS boat -.-. _. Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95. is not'acting! in Cuba. ment to make-and one place to pay.YOU'LL .

with trailer. n. good shape. $,808 EQUITY FOR $100 Take Distinctive service, budget How, asked the president, could I

Only $300. 321"S. 3rd. phone up payments owner transfer prices. Telephone 201-4686 for he. explain acting in Laos when
201-4870. Jl3p red. Must sell three bedroom, appointment. tic : he is not acting in Cuba? LIKE OUR
i |; 'Copr. LAF Service
one-and-a-half bath home. C20 ...:.-....:-:.;-..:'. I : :
USED REFRIGERATOR $35. South 15th. Phone 2615051. tfc hOME MADE POUND cakes: fl-Rt Well we can try to explain not
fyllaway bro mattress $10. --- SAID THE HOUSE WOULD fftY FOR Loons up @ to $600
i layer and, birthday cakes pies. acting in Laos because he ain't ,

I Twin Hollywood beds, springsand BEACH HOMES All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. ITSELF/ HOW COME THE BAV1K SENT acting in Cuba by acting on tv. ,

mattress, $25. See at 2400 1267 S. Fletcher Ave. 2615332. tic But he is becoming a real ham at
) ;. P. .4-S: Fletcher. tfc Three bedrooms, kitchen, living that as his drop in rating shows.
iF YOU HAVE a drinking problem
room and dining area. $G2.50: p'
KIXGSRERKY HOME write Alcoholic A nonv. 0 R 0 RAT I ION
I monthly. Congress has approved an appropriation -
.. mous. Box 338, city. EL-6-7700 --I
BRAND NEW 3 bedroom Ar PUBLIC NOTICENotice Too Late of more than $800 AMOUNT PAYMENTS. FOR
brick, oak floors. Just outside 1060 S. Fletcher Ave. I YOU en
refinish- millions for use in the treatmentof 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTHS
city! limits. Entire down pay I. Four bedrooms, living room, kit. irg. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. is. hereby pursuant given to the that'Fictitious the undersigned To ClassifyBY mental illness. What better S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5.47 S 7.5

m nt onl: $350. Less to vets.. chen and dining area. Florida Phone 261-4G09. tIe Name( Statute". Chapter No. 20053, place to start such a program 160.00 S 9.9 1 0.79 11.67 16.11
. -Total monthly payment, includ room. Stove, refrigerator and Laws of Florida 1941. as amended bv ?
I Chapter No. 26760. Laws of Florida than in congress 25.00 24.86 28.35 30.69 .2.50
Tnt insurance and taxes $GO.
Gas heat
freezer. mi! being Section 65.09. Florida RUSSELL KAYA
I i..: 'I 'If r HELP WANTEDCURB Statutes, will register with the Clerk: I "Even though they may not be 600.00 34.39 39.3"42.66 59.35
..,. I of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau recent article in Business
361 S. Fletcher Ave.
MvlNGSBERRY TRADE-IN I County. Florida. upon receipt of proa able to return him, the Russiansare
,, IMMEDIATE possession of three Two story duplex 4 bedrooms of publication of this notice the fictitious Week tells a vivid story of the trying to get a volunteer to 308 Atlantic Avenue

bedroom masonry home with down, two bedrooms upstairs. GIRLS Apply In per name COOPER'S, to-wit:LAUNDRY tremendous development program land on the moon. Really, that'sone Fernandina leach, Florida
carport. $250 down, $58 per Completely furnished, $95 son. Freezette, before 4:30: pm.: Under which we are engaged in way at Cape' Canaveral. of the big inducement for
month. Recently redecorated in. monthly. tfc. business at 201 South 14th Street in Cape Canaveral is the most glam candidates." Telephone 261-3681
the City of Fernandina lleach. Florida the prospective
terior. ',I' ,' I -& I That the parties interested in said orous name in the space age gaz. Kenny Bennett, Greencastle (Ind.) Oflki Hours: Pony '.S; Wednesday & Saturday ,.1%
I 125 South 17th St. COLORED COOK WANTED business enterprise. are as folio AS: ette. It is destined to become County Graphic.
I 21. call Sea Charles M. Cooper or Luella Katharine even more famed as the world'sfirst Putnam ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVIltf
bedrooms din Must be Apply or
Two ,
BUY OF TilE WEEK I living room, Cooper his wife. Sole Owners as -1 1i
TWO\ BEDROOM I HOME in nice ing room and kitchen. Lot 154x side Inn Dining Room, 261.9091. an estate by the entireties. spaceport.

, .neighborhood, oak floors, ceramic 140. J13p 4t 5-23. 30. 6-6. 13 i With man noworbiting the laborers to technicians will be i r ---- -
file bath. Large lot near -tr earth hour after hour and the needed and they must have someplace

". "school. House needs work such Pete Inpram, Salesman EXPERIENCED WAITRESS PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE problems of space travel being I to live, will need food,

L I.. Hohannrn Broker wanted. Must be 21. Apply in FOR BIDS conquered by man and science, : furniture and countless
YOU do the work homes
as! painting. of Commissionersof ,
I The Board County
,. WE furnish the material and 13 N. 4th St. Phone 261-5269 person, Surf Motel, phone 2C1- Nassau County Florida, invite the famed missile test center is other items so it appears that

-- --,----- 5711. tie bids for furnishing the following: rapidly into breakneck ,
expanding a new will continue at a -
you will have a nice! home for Round corrugated metal culvert. 12 growth LOW ON

$50 down, $52.50 month. FOR RENTS CLERK FOR CLOTHING store. gauge, asphalt coated as follows; position, a spaceport. pace and all Florida will
,I 126 feet (3 42 ft. lines). 43 inches Although the Cape will continueto benefit.
3 days a week. List experience, in diameter. ,
,.a ..* PAUL C. BURNS references. Write Box A, 96 feet ((3 32 ft. lines), 60 inchesin test rockets, its future lies as I Keep your eye on Cape Canaveral f \,-
IALL FURNISHED house, age diameter. take-off for routine and Brevard Countyfor
a point space Cocoa
Builder of Klngsberry Homes News Leader. tie Price to be F. 0. B. sites Nassau I
do Job
I "'319"f;. 8th St. Phone 261-3fiOf newly decorated, across street -- _. County Florida.Complete ., ,., travel. A manned space flight to \ its spaceship is coming in.
from Keystone Hotel. Phone ----- f fad
--- description ana specinca the moon will be the first departure
261.4689. tfc tions of product offered must accompany .- CSH..O
and from then on nobody '
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, regis I SITUATION each and every bid. '

..-tmd. Phone 261-4341 or 201518f FIVE ROOM, furnished apart. Hid should be filed with 'D. 0. Ox.. knows. '
WANTED ley. Clerk. Hoard County Commission.ers.
for modern
\ difficult
It is not
). tfe ment. See any time. 432 N. 3rd Room 10 County Courthouse, Fer \)
nandina Beach Florida, not later youngsters to vision flying to
Phone 251-4945. JGp /
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE on I1/ RELIABLE COLORED GIRL I than 10:00: o'clock A. M. June 12th Mar, Venus or Saturn, but for I I
1963 at which time same will be con..
acres. Third house on right oft RENTALS \V WANTED beach wants regular day work, domes. sidered. oldsters like myself, whose me- ,

Bailey Rd. $250 equity, $45 mo. cottages and apartments, Fer tic. Ph. 261-4814. JGp The Board all reserves bids. the right to reject mory goes back to the stagecoach j frizzled by the Hear ?
I any or
tfcFOJ5 nandina Beach area. IN IAN Dated this 30th.. day of May. 1961 and the horsecar, "ihe thought is BE'Contact

REALTY CO. 859 Edgewood COLORED GIRL wants work, Harry Poole Chairman. so fantastic it is hard to accept ITo j ,

SALE LEASE OR RENTjrocery Ave. S., Jax Phone 2834001.tfc: also ironing at home. Sherian Board Nassau County County.Commissioners Florida. meet the needs of the new t o t "..

,! { store with beer license! Delaney. Phone 2G1-4733. JGp Attest: space age a whole new array of I I >
station with living D. 0. Oxley. Clerk. needed I
mire is
J quart ground equipmtnt more -
2t 5-30. CCPUBLIC I .
>fs, corner U. S. 17 and 200.\ TWO BEDROOM apartment, newly COLORED GIRl. wants day workor massive: and more responsive us I I; ; !I '

Phone 225-5210. JGc I decorated. Adults only regular housekeeping job. NOTICE .1.construction i is 'already underway i| I ij
------ Smith Apts., 130G Atlantic Ave 39 is
411 No. 5th. Phone 261-422(5.( and, the moonshot complex I !

BOAT VALUE In fODEnN-- IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY. ,Between now and IOCS, tentative -
"tmvn. 1C ft Cartercraft'with painted'beach IN PRO It ATE. date set for the first U. S. a I
Ipmolite motor. Less than 1 freshly Reasonable. References WANTEDWANTED I In re: Estate of manned trip to the moon, the J James Bowers j I

year old. Boat Motor Tilt ment.desired. 2193 S. Fletcher Ave. W. A BOIS()) Creditors FRANKLIN and, Persons Deceased.To Hiving. government will spend one billion, ,, 't 311 Atlantic Ave. | You don't need cash for

Tfciler 1100. Call 201-3733, JCe Claims or Demands Against. Sail Estate seven hundred million dollafs to i. ;t, Phone 261-3382
wj&ward Hammond. tie. TO RENT unfurnished : enlarge and re-equip the Cape. I II "
---- and each of V
You are hereby
----- three bedroom house you 4
I NICE ROOM 1 with private bath, notified and required ta: present any I While a billion or more dollars comfort Get.
"l 5r PONTIAC, two door, radio private entrance, half block with range, in Fernandina claims and demands which you or no longer ,startles the man on the I .

and heater, excellent condition. from Post Office. Phone 21 1- Beach. $100 per month. Write either estate of of you.W. Hob may Franklin have against, deceased the, I I street it is still a tidy sum in any- 5TATEFARMMUTUALiioeoti* ;.Insurillt.c....,

"!':rid $7D5. A buy at' only $450, 4341 tfe I Box 133, Hilliaid, Fla. JCp late of said County to the County ,body's. language and the American I sign Witt:B1QSsdaIBsth _

Phone 2G1-537G. tfc --- ---- --- -.....- -- Judge of Nassau County: Florida. at is footing the bill I
RENTALS 261I his office in the court house: of said taxpayer j
FOR BEACH call County at rernandiIt.1.ea. h, He may grumble and say "why"but
USED LAWN MOWERS. Good 4G42, W. I. :McCranie. Will be i INSTRUCTIONSJOB ida. within six calendar months f.lor. .he i is still proud of the fact
\ selection. Phone 201-4482.: tfe. I I to show the beach the tim of the first publication of ,
glad anyone
I this notice. Two copies of each claimor that the U. S. i is maintaining i its

apts and cottages. ticLOVELY SECURITY can be yours by demand shall be in writing and I leadership and paving the road to Used Cars
MQJJERN COUNTRY HOME and ------ shall state the place of residence and
Brick 3 bedrooms VACATION ocean preparing now for coming Civil post office address of the claimant the stars and beyond.Transformation I
acreage. Service Send ad. and shall be sworn to by the claim.I of the Cape is
downstairs exams. name;
hardwood floors, fireplace, bath apartmentwith ant, his agent, or attorney and accom, !
and ',-1' separate dining room, fenced in yard. Sleeps 10 dress and phone number to NATIONAL panted by a filing fee of one dollar picking up momentum. The government ANDTrucks
TRAINING SERVICE and such claim or demand not so filed has purchased an additional
to' 12 people Phone Central Air Conditioning
1 fence, YA tpproved. Phone 2813393. 261.3174.tic shall be void. for
''IIf'! *_.,* tfcS' INC. Box 50Q Greenwich, Conn. I Valma Graham Franklin 100,800 acres expan-:
JU25c As administratrix of the Estateof sion of the original 15,000 acres I II -
-- --- ---
I' V APARTMENT, newly decorated, j W. Bob Franklin. deceased I Test Center. It extends nearly 40
rooms First publication May 30. 1963.
attached. Terms arr' ngtd. .Ph.I $30. 309 S. 6th St. Apply at 111 PUBLIC NOTICENOTICCE Albin C. Thompson. Jr. miles up the shore and taVes! in NO MONEY DOWN36 -
S. 5th St. tie Attorney for Administratrix. sandy, low lying Merritt Island. I960 FordFairlane
[ 2G1-5234. tie 13, 20 I
4t 5-30. 6-6.
I .- it UNFURNISHED housefor I The Hoard of county Commissioners To give you some idea of what $1095 MONTHS TO PAY !

BUY A HOMESITE on the Nassau invite bus for furnishing the follow. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE this means to the area involvedand .
Franklin St.
River Beautiful hlgu rent. 1310 Call ing equipment: to Florida in general the 1959 Ford 4Dr. .
I 2G1-5277 for further information.tfc. One ((1)) new H ton pickup truck; TO CREDITORS is '
and dry lots at Nassauville. horsepower not less than 133; equipped FLORIDA STATUTES tremendous expansion Galaxie $1295 LowFirs'tCost ''. ,
Others with waterfront privilejjes. with oil filter oil-bath air-cleaner IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY over into neighboring areas. Bre- ,
? I turning signals front and rear bump.ers. JUDE NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR. yard County is growing like mad. 1959 Ford 2Dr. 6 Low Operating Cost
**. | Small down payment, : FURNISHED beater. standard transmission. IDA, IN PROBATE.In :
: :terms to suit. Phone, Francis nE.CIJIAUT IEXTS 6:70 by 13 six (6)) ply tires with spare re: Estate of In 1950 when the first missile ; Cust. 300 $995 Combined Cooling and Heating; System. .
u tire & wheel, standard Cab. Color to FREDERIC F. GAINES, SR. Deceasea. fired from the Cape, thecounty's !
vc. ErMs, Popular 5-2CClM Jackswivill WEEKEND, WEEK OR MONTH II be green. was :
,' Tfc. New, modern suites for up Price f. o. b. Fernandina Beach. To AU Creditors 'and Persons Having property value came to Extra Special 6 Quiet Operation
for trade-in of Claims Demands Said Estate .! it
Florida. less allowance or Against I only 22.7 million. Last year
to G persons. Fine seaview. All- I one 1955 Chevrolet pick-up truck. idem : and it is'' o C Guards Your Family's Health
URGE SHADED LOTS at Amr electric kitchen. Phone 201/; tification No. VH255A 022340. Trade- You and each of you are hereby stood at $435.3 million .

lia, 100 X 145. $10 down. $tOper 5900. t J.c( I II:I Scussel m may be County seen Road by contacting Superintendent A. L. claims notified and and demands required to which present you.any or I I estimated it will reach an astro. : 1958 FordConvertible Reduces Nervous Tension .

month. Call Howard Hammond t I'iniliart. Florida. either of you. may have against the I nomical figtire. I $595Stop 0 Helps You Sleep And Eat Normally
\ 201-3733 tf }FURNISHED, NEWLY Decorat.ed Complete description with specifications estate of Frederic F. liaines, Sr. deceased Last year the payroll was, $15S
,- : downstairs apartment 1G II''I of equipment and accessories at. late of said County, to the million. By 1965 it is expected to : By This Weekendand I Cleans The Air You Breathe
tached thereto. price of truck equipped County Judge of Nassau County, Florida
$:3.0DO\VN, $5G MONTH! buys North 5th. Ideal for business amount of allowance for trade-in at his office in the court hcuse reach $225 million and that's only See
still three bedroom couple. Phone 2614227. tIe I II as well as net price must be shownin of said County at Fernandina Iteach, two years away. What the future I Charles Gene Curt twTtm
new masonry each and every bid. Bid shotld not Florida within six calendar months or '
home in nice condition. include Federal excise or State sales from the time of the first publication holds nobody knows. About A Good User Car .
I ..""*"" UPPER LECK AP1S.: Completely taxes (exemption certificate for same. of this notice. Two copies of each Land prices in the area have I iMrith] ? M.4t by Amtriu'i Fwinost Spic
ft furnished including TV will be furnished) claim qr demand shall be in writing but it has not dettr- I or a 81 tta UHtti U RisUintifll Htallng Air
filed with D. 0. Ox. the of residence skyrocketed I
should be and shall state place
THREE BEDROOM I, lu baths, Phone 261-3118. tIe ley Clerk Board County Commissioners and post office address of the claimant red development Thousands of : NEW FORDTRUCKS I Hem If lUTUt I(Rust .. Cuditio.I.g, .d Wet rYULEE H..tlll'
beautiful lot near high school not later than 10:00 o'clock A.M. and shall be sworn to by the additional employees from day
$10,000 with $350 down, $G3..50 DOWNSTAIRS: APARTMENT: June 12th.. 19C3 at which time same claimant his agent. or attorney and I 0 !
', Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and w ill be considered.The accompanied by a filing fee of one
th. luard reserves the right to reject dollar and such claim or demand not
Calhoun Street across street any.or all bids. so filed shall be void. !
from school. (St. Joseph's Academy Dated this 30th day of May 1963. Elizabeth A. Haines TO BID
NEW MASONRY three Harry Paole. Chairman As executrix of the Last Will and I
Phone 261-4200 261- Sealed bids will be received in Use
) or ItoarcJ County Commissioners. Testament of Frederic F. Jaines. 1959 Ford
bedroom home, $450 down, only tie Nassau County Florida. Sr.. deceased office of the Florida Park Service at DELIVERYIt
$55 month including tax and in. 3800. Attest: Thos J. Shave. Jr. 311 State Office Building. HaInes and ; 1 Ton 6 CyL $995 '
d Clerk. For Executrix Adams Streets. Tallahassee. Florida '
D. O. Oxley. Attorney
+ turance. THREE BEDROOM house, Five %t' WO. M I first publication June .. 1963. until 3 p-m. E. -T., June 20! 1963. for 1959 Ford : ; AND
) the following work at Fort Clinch 1:4j'
Points. Call tie 4t
II I I State Park at Fernandina Reach y2 Ton V-8 $895
AT YULEE. masonry three bed. ----I II PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Florida in Nassau County: : SERVICE
I TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs I PUBLIC NOTICE State Project No. 2260408-2 (entrance 1959 Ford _
home, reasonable down I
room I station and office) :, FLA
.- and monthly payments. I furnished. All electric kitchen. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT NOTICE OF AUCTION Plans and specifications for this! /2! Ton 6 C)'!. $695
rayment Phone 261-5269: or 2613230.: tIc i(I. Richard Dallas, llreea Jr.. 'ho was I win sell to the highest and best project may be secured by writing to
convicted in the Circuit Court of Nassau -
.- Florida Park Services. Sll State Of-
bidder for cask on* IMS Ford 4-door.
John T. Ferreira & Son I TWO BEDROOM' unfurnished f term County thereof.Florida A. D. 1S57.at the of the spring of. serial due. on no.Monday U4A
SOS Atlantic AT Phone house. fense of Jlreaking and Entering with
261-557! it 221 South Fletcher Ave.Howard denosit win be reauired.
intent to commit a Felony and sentenced The Florida Park Services reserves I '
therefor to 5 years probation. the right to reject and an bids CO.
6-6..l3.2O & APPLIANCE CO.
0 JWERBOARD all sizes andS TWO ROOM furnished apartment will apply for clemency to the StateBoard I ad to accept the bid in the best interest -
I J colors, for school projects, window of Pardons. TaDarussee. Florida of the State of Florida. South 8th Street
.... at its next regular meeting. Florida Park,Service (
cards etc. NEWS LEADER, H. F. SAIlL IAN Richard Dallas Ureea Jr. Trade At Home by Walter A." CoIdweO.. Phone 261-3819 YULEEFLORIDA
511 Ash St PHONE 251-2221 (Applicant) .. Director .
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I Page Twelve' News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 6, 1963 I

I Sterling Granted
At The Churches Florida < Custom Made

DISTILLED WATER ,- Doctoral Post At Slip Covers Drapes


CHURCH Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. I I Southern IllinoisWallace GUARANTEED
Rer. John Dozier, Pastor KIT. L Marvin Johnson,'.Pastor William C. Madnnes, President I I WORKMANSHIP

Vi GALLON (No Deposit) 35t 8:30 A.M. 1, Phone 261-3807 ,,! Tampa Electric Company !' Sterling, son of Mrs. : 1 FREE ESTIMATES
10:00 _.. School
: a.m. Sunday
Worship Services _11:00 A. Al. -
; I Maggie Sterling of Fernandina
The Florida Council of 100 has I
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. 11:00 a.m. ,Morning Service Beach in ,
I brought into unified organization and instructor .college I Jerry's Draperies
Youth Meetings 6:00: P.M. /.!'E. Friday Evening 7:30: p.m.1 a I preparatory English at Arkansas
5 GALLON ( Bottle) $1.50 7:30 p.u.-. _. Evening Service the top industrial, financial i j & Slip Covers
Deposit I and business leaders in the State ; Polytechnic .College, has just been' a.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Prayer meeting Wednesday, of Florida. granted a doctoral assistantshipby I JUale cbl-ut41 1120 South 8th St.Ifjc .
CHURCH I 7:30 p.m. : Within the organization we Southern Illinois University at :
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Amelia City' Near Intersection have a unit called the Industry Carbondale. i t ---- --- ---
HARDEE BROS. AU CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Policy and Planning Committee' Sterling, who received both his 1
A. F. Gerbhardt Pastor Bailey RoadJ. I which has broad responsibility for Bachelors and Masters from the
C. BYRD, PASTOR the industrial ; University of Florida, taught for!'
d:00: a.m. Morning Service I promoting development -
Sunday School ._...__ 10 A.M. of Florida in all : the past three at Arkansas I (
j00: a.m. Sunday: School I respects. ears jtalace SaloonFlorida's
Morning Worship 1 This committee has been operating -' Polytechnic College: at Russell-!
MEMORIAL METHODIST Evening Service _._ 7:30: P.M. on an informal basis. How- I villo. Moving to Little Rock this "

CHURCH u ever, it provides a specific group'of school year he not only has been j Oldest and Most Historic
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST active in school functions but has
Council members who by their {,
John L Jones, pastor
CHURCHJ. membership on the Committeehave also been active in theatre work. t Fernandina Beach's Favorite Meeting Place
u:00 a.m. Sunday
W. Keen, Pastor definite responsibilities to He was asked to direct one of the For The Finest In Beverages
.1:00 a.m.-- Morning Worship I
'..15 MYF Supper & Programs- J:45 a.m. .._._.. Sunday School assist the Council, other state I four productions of the Little
p.m. 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship groups and individual communities -: Rock Community Theatre. His Boiled Shrimp Ham On RyeBarbecue
Once use Now Do Pont broad relating to' production, the French play'"Thieves'
you ::30 /Jp.m. Evening Worship odO: p.m.----. 'Training. Union in problems I Kosher Sandwiches
Carnival, was presented
,:30 p.m. Evening Worship industrial development.For i
Wednesday prayer service, 7:3(' instance, this committee: at the new Arkansas Arts Center \
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL instrumental in bringing to in late' April. .
was )
LUCiTE Houser CHURCH P m __ .. __ _ _
r the attention of the Council its I I Active in a number of professional -L -
James Ellisor, Rector
The Rev. D.
take responsibility '
ST. PETER CLAVER'SCHURCH opportunity to :'; organizations, Sterling recently
I 7:30 A.M. Holy communion for the raising of funds for the had an article published in :
you'll never so backto i 10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist Committeeon
Governor's Task Force "The Quarterly Journal ofj;
11:15 A.M. Church School Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd,
Space Era Education. This wasa i Speech," the official publication I
"M 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young Sunday 7:30 a.m. I
wik"painllOnce 2nd 4th natural sequence to the develop- I, of the Speech Association of Am-
Mass ,
ChurchmenThis '
ment of a far-sighted report by ;erica. The article, which discusses:
is the schedule of Sunday 11:30 a.m.T
( every the Higher Education Committeeof drama in the sixteenth
you see how effortlessly new"Lucite"House of the Spanish :
Sunday with the exception wT the Council which was very and seventeenth centuries, resulted ALLTHE CASH YOU
Paint flows on-how it dries in min last Sunday of, the month) PINE GROVE BAPTIST influential in bringing about the from studies at the University

utes-how easy it is to clean up with soap I LAST SUNDAY OF TilE CHURCH final task force study which has 1 of Illinois in I960. i i,

J and water after painting, you'll never go I MONTH Rev A. Z. Knight, Pastor now been completed.The I Sterling will assume his duties I II
back to oil base paints. 7:30 A.M. -;= Holy Communion Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Industry Policy and Plan- I at Southern Illinois this fall. NEED TO REMODEL
j 10.00 A.M. Morning Prayer Morning Worship 11 a.m :
>. And "LuchV is incredibly durable-dries and Sermon ning Committee has as its goals: While teaching freshman speechhe
I Training Union' 7:00 p.m. 1. Cultivation of interest among toward doctorate .
will be working a -
rich finish without the
to a flat temporary 11:15 A.M. Church School
8:00 in the
Evening Worship p.m. all businessmen in Florida i
,, shine of old fashioned paints. Hides surface 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young Wed. Night Prayer promotion of industrial develop-I in speech.

imperfections,resists chalking: crack Churchmen 8
,, > Meeting p.m. ment.
N \.4 lug dirt and fading. Wednesday: 2. The protection of industry John Polk, Jr.

BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:45 NN.. ......_ Prayer Meeting against unfair l legislation and At California i
429 South 6th Street
/Th\\ executive mandates at all govern-
Rer. John O'Neil, Pastor ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC mental levels. Naval Air StationSan

Sunday Services: CHURCH 3. Creation of interest in indus-
School Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) -
10:00: A.M Sunday I Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor trial parks in all areas of the
w s John L. Polk, Jr., -
11:00 A.M. Morning Worshir apprentice
Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th State.
1 6:30 p.m. -.. B.T.U. Sunday '.-..._.. 7:30 a.m. 4. Making personal contacts i USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
'I John L. Polk Sr. of Yulee, has reported -
7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer j
: Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd with executives of industrial
the Naval Air
for duty at
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 5th 11:30 in other areas of the
i Sunday, a.m. prospects
j I Station, North Island, San Diego,
Tuesday: Monday, Young People 7 p.m. :country. \
0 o ab I 7:00 .. Visitation I Calif.
p.m. N. Daily 8 a.m. 5. Developing material coveringthe {
0 Saturday Convent Chapel broad aspects of Florida as a North Island is headquarters for
i '6. CHURCH OF CHRIST 6:30: Communion in Convent desirable location for industry. ready warning anti-submarine and
South i lath Street the efforts of carrier-based jet bomber squad
6:30: P.M. Young People' 6. Coordinating I
LUCITE Kenneth L. Jones, Minister Meeting. the other industry committees of rons of the Pacific Fleet and has

o p Nouse Pain) Sunday: Bible Study _.10:00: a.m. th Florida Council of 100. facilities for aircraft carriers. II. : '
I Morning Worship .... 11:00: a.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 7. Cooperation with the Indus I. : If you hate a substantial-equity l In your
_. "The golfer duffer seldom addresses <*-t
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. trial Division of the Florida Development
a. Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 Rev. E._A._Lewis, Faster School Commission.The the ball properly after 'home, \\e can, if you prefer, re!f finance your
10:00 Sunday I
: a.m. he misses it." Rosalie K. :.

to O' 12 BEAUTIFUL COLORS (Held at various members homes p.m.) 11:00 a.m. Worship! Service of potentials committee of members this strong i is I Frost, Cranston (R. I.) Herald. ;s present mortgage to pnnidethe; additional
6:30 p.m. .... C. A. Youth Services group I
AND INTERMIXES Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible obvious. No doubt there will be I funds needed for major'project of remodeling
Study __......_.._..__ 7:30: p.m. 7:30 p.nu Evangelistic Service areas through which this, I a
Thursday mid week service many
Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30: a.m. committee will be able to lend its: i or expansion. Come in and talk it over
: o $8.55 (Held at various members homes) 7:30 p.m.TABERNACLE support for the betterment oi Now
W W BAPTIST ft Florida. Open

BAPTIST CHURCH 'Tis better to have loved and l
Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor Amelia Road Phone 251-3437 lost than never to have filed a a COOPER'SLAUNDRY FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS

9:45 a.m. Sunday School Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor joint return.",- Robert G. Camp I '
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Sunday School __410 'a.m. Record I '
BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. bell, Lititz (Pa.) -Express 1' & LOAN ASSOCIATION -
7:00 p.m.-- B.T.U Morning Worship 11 a.m.
8:00: pm. __ Evening Worship Evening Worship 7pm. "One argument in defense ol f l lt
1129 South 8th Street
Phone 261-3648
7:30 p.m. Mid-Week. Services Wednesday Service __ 7 p.m. the chewing of tobacco is that i il I 202 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-5502
ob '" '" 14th Or Beech Street
Wednesday never started any forest fires"Terry -
-- - ---- i J. Carlson, Skyesville (Pa.] I
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: Rev H. C. Drury, Pastor -- -- -
something NEW _____ h
10:00 a.m. Sunday School

11:00 a.m. Morning Service
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service a L wirJ I

: in mr LIFE. W.M.B. el
,: .I 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.L.B. Young
I i People
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(8q I" Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor

Worship Services: 8:30: A.M. fLw
't 11:00 A.M.

8:00: P.M. a,
', Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Y.

Training ,Union __.6:45 P.M. : t ,
REFRIGERATOR_ FREEZER Prayer Service __ Wednesday 2-r: -S.I 9Y _______ kr
7:30 P.M. '

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I a candle at both ends will ,
i make it twice as hard to keep his
I wife in the dark. William L.

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foods fire. If you must use And there's more to feel good about. Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel deal
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