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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 13, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I } West Palm Beach Golfer Is Low Pro







: In $5000 Invitational Tournament



' A PORTION OF THE LARGE GALLERY that followed the exciting battle between Pros Jimmy McCoy of West

Palm Beach and R* L. Miller of Waycross, Ga., in the fir al round of the 5,000 Invitational Golf Tournament; are

shown at the 18th green where McCoy put the match on ice with a 5-iron second shot to within inches of the cup for See Story and Pictures In Sports Section of This Issue

a birdie three and the $1,000 first prize. 1



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VOLUME 105 NUMBER 39 .. FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 12 PAGES THIS .ISSUE. lOc PER COPY
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/usl/famJIII1. ?, iCongratulations I o Record Crowd At Beach For Fiesta Beauty CH Pageant- I




i I The 19G3 Golden Crown Fiesta,

4 staged last weekend, provided en-
I i Commission ",,C s tertainment and excitement for
Names'
e
City to what most everyone termed the
k largest number ever to attend a

to the Chamber 4@ & funcion at the beach recreation
of Commerce for the highly
successful $5000 Invitational Golf New Manager Makes { area.Highlight: of the Fiesta was
Tournament and the Golden Crown <. the annual beauty pageant with
Fiesta which had Fernandina 12 lovelies from Northeast Flor-

Beach bursting at the seams last y ida and Southeast Georgia com-

weekend. These are the type promotions AL k I Garbage Tax Permissive s jw i' fA peting for the title of Miss Gol
that bring favorable publicity den Crown Fiesta

; to our city and insure future ... The coveted crown was captured
growth and progress. It is hoped A1 -1iV by Miss Jane Browning of
that advance planning will insure At last night's City Commission The City Commission last night Jacksonville, who captivated the
that both events will be bigger J4 meeting, David M. Gatchel approved an Ordinance to amend judges with her million-dollar\
and better in 19G4. Glyn Waas, of Sanford, Florida, was named as'' the existing ordinance on a service smile, beauty and personality.
Bob Young and their tourney com t city manager. : charge for garbage collection.In Runnerup was Miss Patricia
mittee and Tom Tilman, Fiesta 3 3V 1-! Clayton Sanders, city finance moving to seek approval of Boatright of Alma, Ga., and third
director, did yeoman work and director, has been serving as acting I the amendment, Commissioner E. x s1 e r, was ;Miss Kathleen Pitzke of
deserve the plaudits of all as do s city manager since the resig- J. Johnson, Jr., made the state- I< u i fa j Jacksom'ille.Master .

all those who assisted in both en- .... .'. nation of Russell Nahm in late ment: "Under the revised ordi- of ceremonies was Jim
.' deavors. {" '. 1062. i( nance, this service is available to I Colley of Radio Station W-PAP.
6 ;i Gatchel, 38 years old, attended anyone who desires to use it, County Judge J. E. (Gene) Weatherfoid -
1;. !1 Seminole High School in Sanford. j though no one is required to do crowned the
City police on duty at the beach 1 new queen
recreation area Sunday will no ... .. ,,.. j He achieved a B.S. in Business''' so. It is to be hoped that this and gave trophies to the other
s Administration from Stetson Uni : modification will eliminate the inequities winners.
doubt attest that the largest crowd ,
% : versity where his major was Ac I which developed with individuals _,
Winner of the Miss Congeniality
for single day was on hand : g ; -
any '
j counting. He also attended Cl.i 11- being charged for a service ,.
t for the beauty pageant and band ..:,;..{.i trophy was Miss Pam Harrison
t concert of the Golden Crown :. son College where his major was : they have no need for, or rv of Homerville. She was
I .. I Mechanical Engineering. !' other such problems which aroseas
Fiesta. I would like to commend t: chosen by her fellow beauty con
He served in the U. S. Air a result of the ordinance adopted testants.On .
the officers for their skillful R
handling of the huge flow of r ; Corps from 1942 through 1047 : in its original form." Thursday evening, the Ama-
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traffic' in that as well as :.e and attained the rank of Captain. Johnson's motion was secondedby WEARING THE CROWN of "Little Miss Golden Crown teur Extravaganza, one of th? annual
[ area ,
county officers for a safe weekendon He was in the Air Force Reserve Commissioner Ben Sorensen Fiesta," i h Kim: Barnhardt, center, two-'ear-old daughterof top features of the Fiesta,
from 1947 through 1949 and in I; and the vote was unanimous. staged at the Recreation
highways that were cloggrdwith I Mrs. Mary Ellen Barnhardt, who captured the title was
the National Guard until 1054 Considerable local
controversyhad ;i Center under the direction of W.
motorists. If this % from the 18 little dolls entered in the competition First
with the same rank. arisen over the so-called gaib-
H. Melton and Mike Fiala.
any.criterion of future tramc congestion i is Townsend left
runnerup Cindy four-year-old daughter
(Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two)
would PITY THE POOR JUDGES who had to choose between The amateur numbers totalled
at the beach I of Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Townsend At right is 2nd
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.I suggest that a survey be made this trio of lovelies for the titlist for Miss Golden Crown four-year-old Donna Holland ,23, ranging from soft shoe tap,
with an eye to increased parking I Fiesta of 1963. Winner was Miss Jane Browning of Jack Herb White Qualifies and runnerup Mrs. ,Burnell Holland. daughter of Mr. I piano solos and modern jazz to
American Legion In that '
area. sonville. Runnerup was Miss Patricia Boatright of Alma, Photo
i by Tom Davis
For City Commission 4n
I -- was ag& group.
Ga., and third was Miss Kathleen Pitzke of Jacksonville, < i I -- -- -

Paul Ulsh, local coin collector A huge crowd attended the pageant, Which wasJfeld in CQmmaod.tMmesflying Race In Group 3 I June 28 ,,- .1,with \ re
,J._ .. Local ResidefltAggravated | Deadline --' i J
,andXwlcw< president of therDuccan '
,
Ihe leach" recreation area on Atlantic Avenue? :' rith. a and d f\l'\ .'W-- '.
long
: t eer Coin Club, gained national \t __ \ Photo bit Tom Davis of Flag Latest Commission candidate to qualify for j> To,, Register For .' tine, first and Denice Heafner sec
recognition last week when he < !4a f City' post, subject '
was the subject of a feature article I I 1 to the city election on July 16 is Faces July 16 ElectionCity ond, with a piano solo.

in Coin World, news media of : County Commission Hears Plea For "If you have a flag fly it proudly .: Herb White. i I II I Manager Clayton Sanders:! I. (Continued On Page 2))

the numismatists. The article told i, on the Fourteenth," is the appeal -.I White said, following qualifying, Assault ChargesJames i t I today reminded voters that unless I
,; )hasL.EauL.has proved .that'anyone made to all homes and busi- that he will make his formal l : they have registered at City Shuman Hearing
can-start and build up a coin collection Safety Program At American Beach nesses by Albert Hirth, com- announcement in next week's issue Hall by 5 p.m. Friday, June 28,
i l without buying coins. It'I'! mander of Theodore H. Hernandez of the News-Leader. I Hughes, 31-year-old Fern 1963, they will not be eligible to

j went onto say that Paul has either )I II The Nassau County Commission, of the American Beach safety I' Post No. 54 of The American i White is seeking the seat in andina before County Beach resident Judge J., will E. (appear Gene) :i vote in the City General Electionto Set For Friday
found (by searching through coins) Legion here.Commander. Group 3 and will incumbent be held
I meeting Wednesday in regular situation. oppose : Weatherford 2 Tuesday, July 16, 19G3.
at
I eyery itfjn in his collection or Hirth adds, "If : E. J. Johnson, Jr,. i I p. m. Monday This date is also the deadlinefor
trade with I IMother monthly session, heard a plea I Sheriff H. J. Youngblood was I you II I June 17, on a charge of aggra- Morning 1 0 A.M.
secured through a from James Bryant, principal of | contacted to determine if this' don't own a flag, try to get one vated assult against Woodrow candidates to qualify! for the ,

collector. lie was also I Bryant Academy at Yulee, that program could come under his to 'make this Flag Day the big- Ricky Gentry Cited j Peeples, 49.Hughes office of City Commissioner. i I
cited for the. recent local observance I The case of James Shuman,
gest mass display of the nation'scolors
a safety be instituted j jurisdiction. He. reported that i
program has been released
,of National Coin Week in Fernandina For Heroic Service on Dr. W. D. Rodeffer I charged with aggravated assult,
as soon as possible at American' there is a definite need for a safe- ever seen i $100 bond from custody of Sheriff
I with a display in the Florida Beach, colored recreation area ty program in that area and that I j Beach." ( i In Near Tragedy I H; J. Youngblood, pending the To Head CC-UF ; has been set for a hearing Friday
Bank Congrats, Paul, at 10
National ( 1 morning a. m. in the chambers
I for Negroes on the lower end of if no other agency could be secured He explains that the display of preliminary investigation. Assistant -
I rarely. : even find enough to swap I of County Judge J. E. (Gene)
Amelia Island's Atlantic Beach. he would the Budget Committee
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luxuries, assume re- the flag serves two important Ricky Gentry, son of Mrs., State Atorney Thos. J.
for today's "necessary" ;Weatherford.
I Bryant cited that a bill .1 sponsibility.It : Kathleen Gentry, was cited this Shave, Jr., will conduct the inves .
I much less for other coins.) 1 purposes. i Dr. W. D. Rodeffer has been Shuman is charged with slashing
I presented by Senator Harry Stratton was pointed out that the 1 1 week for heroic service in averting tigation.
j i .and Rep. Claude Wingate has ; Nassau County Recreation Commission "First," he says, "it offers a a near tragedy at the beach i appointed chairman of the'Budget. .: Ken Blackwelder during an
ever' wonder what happened to i iI been passed to provide up to a i can furnish a portion of simple means for the adult pop- last Friday. Hughes is charged with pickingup and Admissions Committee of the altercation in the beach recreation
I the good old reliable dollar watch $3000 expenditure by the County the equipment for life I ulation to set an example of pa- Peeples at the end of the Nassau County Community Chest-I; area on Saturday night, June 1.i .
necessary
I : Ricky was credited with going Monday day shift at Container
not too triotic concern for children and !i United Fund. i i Blackwelder was treated a t
that was so popular many Commission for water safety in saving !,'I I .
t years ago. I noted recently that i iI Nassau County II Commission chairman Harry ,,i youth. We can't expect young ; to 'the' rescue of Helen Hazeltonof Corp. and forcibly transporting' This committee will meet soon Humphreys Memorial Hospital
still I people to be concerned about St. Mary's, Ga., when she called him to a home here, where he obtained to discuss the and for severe cuts on the cheat.
I the same watch can be procured I The bill was! worded that the Poole said that a meeting will be very for and her 1 I Ii I I budget admitting I
\, but'for about ?6 or $7. Today : funds must be administered by arranged with representatives of their responsibilities to the nation -I help bringing a .22 pistol. of agencies to the Chest for Both men are local residents. No
you almost pay as much tax on : the American Red Cross or other I the Red Cross, the Recreation if adults don't even show i ashore I I II i He allegedly threatened Peeplesand :the coming drive this fall Their reason has been stated by either

I the watch as it previously coat : approved similar agency.. This''1, Commission the Sheriff's Depart enough interest to display the I Miss Hazelton, who reportedly : forced him to reenter the car recommendation on the budget man for the incident.
: Federal tax is 65 cents and state 'I wording, plus the fact that the' ment and Bryant to work out the I I flag. I has a lung ailment, apparently and accompany him to a secluded and admitting of agencies will be I II I Assistant State Attorney Thos.

tax ,(In many states) is: as highas I allocation is for all Nassau County safety program to the best ad-I "Second, streets on which the : lost her breath while swimming spot on the South end of the island I presented to the Board of Directors J. Shave, Jr will conduct the

\ 26 cents.Lutheran. ,j jt I I has temporarily stymied Bry- |I'I vantage of all concerned. |flag I flies before every home or : in the surf and would have drowned not far from the Nassau I II I of the Chest, for adoption in''I state's interrogation of the par-

I ant's efforts for, immediate relief (Continued on page 2)) j; (Continued On Page 2)) I! if help had not been available. ;I River toll bridge plaza. I I June 1963. ticipants and witnesses.
I Sheriff's Oher members of this committee Investigating officers City
Witnesses 1 were
-- i i toldrthe
After bringing her to shore,R
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BoardPurchases v ',$ office that had the follows J. D. Daugh- Police Vernon Guest and Joe
t I ';-' $i'. and administered i Hughes gun are as :
i ; Ricky Chip Oxley -
t ,[I \ ; ; I I artificial respiration until : on Peeples and was apparently i erty, Gj.; H. Waas, Jr., Emerson Leeper 'and Sheriff's Deputy John
I (Continued On Page 2)) I Fizer, and Reed Lewellen. Bodine.
Fireman Herbert arrived
PropertyFor Douglas i
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i New Church tI ) I restored to full consciousness. VTI.

] Summer ProgramFor ..4'
Donald R. Himmelman 1;:
Rev:
announced this week that the ; \\I t& Youngsters I
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Board American Missions: of To
Begin Monday
tKe ulK&an Church in Americais

purchasing a 2.75 acre site for r All boys age 7 and up who are LiRJ1 T/: I
I church construction, located im t. interested in minor league base- ;

( mediately to the East of the lice ball, are invited to be at the high 1 ,Q
; reason Center, at the corner of school on Monday, June 17, at 9 a Mfr; ,. S Sk

I Alantic AY.. and Jean LaFitte a.m. for the summer program.A .
I Blvd. The property extends: for i iI program for girls age seven }

300 feet along Atlantic Ave. and older, will be held in the af
I No target date has been set for ternoon. j y trig
construction but the Board of I I '
t American Missions records: show r I
f that a congregation i is usually s' } Alertness Nets II

I worshipping in their new church p aP //1 Orville Saunders I Ii I i k.Y
within Iwo years of the church'sformal
I
organization. 5 Silver DollarsOrville.

The new Lutheran church, named -
I Prince of Peace, will hold its Saunders was pleasantly
I first. worship service Sunday surprised this week when an
Conference Rooma out-of-town motorist stopped at
in the
morning, the Recreation Center, at 11 his service station and asked for ....'./...,
an oil check. As he pulled up theear's ; f..1..Af .
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ajtPastor Himmelman mission developer hood he noticed the fan belt ,.,...: :
of this congregation, will was worn out and promptly called .,;1."JJaJ.t
as his sermon theme "Char the motorist's attention to it, of-
use acteristics of the Church." The fering to replace the belt.

community is cordially invited to A FINE ARRAY OF TALENT was presented in the Amateur Extravaganza, an annual The motorist turned out to bea I "SURPRISE" GUESTS in Fernandina Beach during the Golden Crown Fiesta was this

attend. event of the Golden Crown Fiesta last Thursday night at the Municipal Audi. rubber company's representative family from New Martin\'iUe, \\'est Virginia. The 11: L. Johnson's and their daughter,

There will be no nursery at the torium. Talent was judged by age groups and winners were, from left, Denise Heaf- called the "Mystery Man", Kaye were relieved to find that their "apprehension" by Police Chief J. n. Parker wag

first service but plans are underway ner, 2nd place in group 1 for a piano solo; Sally Johnson, 1st place in group, for a ,I who presented Saunders th five only a phase of a Lions Club overture to visiting family here during Fiesta weekend

to children provide in accommodations the fu- song and dance; Linda White, 2 nd place in group 2 for a modern ballet; Mark and Silver silver dollars Dollar and Award a "Mystery Certificate"for Car I The Johnsons were feted at the Seaside Motel with free accomodations and meals were
near
for the I Mason Bean, 1st place in group 2 for their modern jazz number; Judy Hahn, 2nd outstanding service to oustlomers. free at the Golden Sands Pavilion and the Seaside Inn during their stay here. Left to

tQre.Sunday School classes will be I place in group 3 for her "Gigi" ballet number; and Barbara Becton, 1st place, group I: I right, the Johnson family, Chief Parker, and Lions Jimmy Harrell and Bobby Adams.

rin on July 21 at 9:45: a.a. This I 3, a ballet Center front are David and Gary Bean, who received honorable mention j I The award reads: ,J Harrell and Adams, along with Johnny Hutchins, made up the committee in i> charge of

fahoot 1-i' ,op en to aU tgti. I {for their tap number, group 1.. .___._ -Pho to ty Tcta own.,j (Continued oa Fags'Two) the. project. T. -
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Pag Two": .** .'News-Leader, Fernandina -Beach, Florida Thursday, June 13, 1963 .LETTERS TO -- -. -
-I Patrick Presented Award 1
Leciry Eagle I Rayonier Gets $350,1 1 OZ-Woodpulp '
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FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS.LEADER i 1. At Nassau District Court of Honor THE EDITOR Orders In Foreign Aid 11 lndla '
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511 ASH STREET: PHONES: 36S6 3687 TheNotion i 141 North Fifteenth St. ,.., .. :,

:.. A John K. Perry Newspaper : Fernacdina Beach, Fla.

:.. lUr Oldttell Editor anj ?\l\1uu. I Counter t.:;):1fl; ;:.".:.,,:).:.:.::.: ..:.."...:....... highest Patrick rank R. Leary in Scouting received, the the Editor, June 10, 1963 a sightseeing train in Fernandina $350,107 Foreign worth ai financed of woodpsip orders be-for t
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: : tA' BY PAUL WARWICK Eagle Award, at the Nassau Dis- Fernandina Beach Xews-Leader Beach. The Commission was re- i jag sold in India has been placed

ot ''NATIONAL EDITORIALtg .. "rict Court of Honor on Tuesday, With all the Fiesa activities, sposive to the suggestion and with tto? Ravenier Inc. plant at

; ? ( During the fun,, cenfasion and .'" :June 11. one gets the impression that the okayed the drawing up of the Femandiaa. Beach, Fta., accordingto

j..rJ"oClA1'O HAJcTlN excitement of the Gcld Crown 8 ... The Eag'e! Award and Mover'sPin city is going i "all out" to make the necessary legal papers ot'such a the Agency far IntenuBenal l .
"franchise for their considera'ion.Commissioner .
: 'T Fipst there wen a minimum cf was presented by Thos. J. beach attractive to visitors. That'swhy Development /

_. ': ARC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION lulls-but srch lulls as did come Shave:; Jr., who cited; the very I was appalled to find there Join TUiakos Purchase by a firm in IJi; i a

alon" undoubted! were filled with !ow percentage of Bov Scout is no decent drin ing fountain at suggested securing an additionalseusritator made under provisions of the U.
Published and entered at the Post Office '
Thursday .
: ::: every : ood ronvmation --. fct use' in lifesav'nat *
and
__ Fefrundiaa Beach. Honda as second class mail raatttr. a heap cfreminieene" who are able to achieve the Eale our public! beach. S. development loan program
Subscription Rates: : s. \ dt Award Shave added that he: considered Surely, our city officials will the beach or o'her.earn genres: which emphasizes prownement

.:::: $4 t year $2.25 6 month tin 3 Month ', As i is well known fo sports wri- 4.4 the award equivalent to put this oa their agenda of much pointing out that one identical emerentes from American pflfors. thus
tiTS, of the wih only resuscKatormight
I j one bed soots any the attainment of a Doctors decree needed than two-thirds of.AIIinanced
S4.50 a year out of county : improvements. keening more
vhere to frau a food reDiniict>'W'e of the Arts.B. Joan Bean lead to an avoidable tm;:- commodity expenditures -
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..'. ..i-: ...} .; .,.. #' | -u< n as tho"e rho patte'or e'olreri'd here!, L. Rauseliert assisted in the 1 His moye'wlS seconded and unanimously within the United States
-1L::: am Flag. the mesentation: by giving the Commendation A distinctive color emblem on
your 11 Fermndina Beach City Commissionage approved and Sanders
; I from the Chief Scout maeriak! shipped informs the neo-
$5-AOO Invitational Tournament instructed h
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to
.-':. I was born on June 14th, 1777. !1 One of the belt! stories this year Executive of Boy: Scouts of America. resuscitator was at the cost emir of approximately "* p'e of the foreign country that

....: : He also commented on his "tax" and a very few had refused the goods are provided throughthe
I am more than just cloth shaped into a design.I -as cantnred bv Geor e Fox, jw n- $300.Sandera .
Association! with Patrick in com- to The amendment U. S. air program.
;: am the refuge of the World's oppressed people. u13r bonifaee of the Keystone Ho- pay. requested the Commis-
: ) i' oleting a portion of the merit makes the service tharee permissie -'t
... tet. George, real'v is cwt'conductor
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I am the silent sentinel of Freedom. ': of yho{ bad ire piogram. but if it is not paid no arb- sion to change the present basis .
b.jetkeounv f
J : The Couit of Honor closed of assessing hou ehold personal Local Resident
was collection will be
I the emblem of the sovereign nation on it age or trash
.;; am greatest trot by wi3rpyWs'friend{ Skip with an address by the Rev. Dr, available to those not paying. Nor property. His proposal that the
earth. ,i Alexander. the'fjH&ran rro' who i is 4 (Continued from One)
Anthony A.- Buchcik, Dean of will any other agency be permfr- present 20% basis of improvements Page
': I am the inspiration for which American Patriots gave ; now placing entaf StPetersburjr.: Teachers College of the University ted to institute a service of this used for assessing b'e reduced forcing him to accompany aim...

: their }lives and fortunes.I "I i Back i ia lOS.((1f7when Skip was of San Carlos, Cebu City, type without he proper procedure. to 10% and this approved When notified of the incident, ,
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i among the c9-Intry's! too money < Philippines, who is visiting at St.Iiehael's by the Commission. the Sheriff's office secured the

have led your sons into battle from Valley Forge to ''winners-- ., he .was:!. .entered in the wCounty < ) Church. Rev. Dr. Bu Those who refuse the service Commissioner L. L Bohannon services of Herman Bowen, local
the of Korea.I ruA chaaipjonship played that cited will be faced with the burden of aircraft owner who pilMe _Deputy -
bloody ridges ehcik the need for leader discussed traffic problem that '
year at the Sci9to. Country Club, in the world This proeily disposing of their own in the recreation John Bodine over the] .and
ship today. often arise
walk in silence with each of your Honored Dead. to Columbus. 0. That was the CommissionContinued garbage and trash. cen-
year in search of The vehiclewas
the car.
leadership was not to be with ter area and askd for a study ofthe ,
beneath the silent White
their final resting place before Skip's career on the fairways The disposition of a surplus spotted in the wooded area
'selfish motive but with love for situation to
; promote a -
Grasses, row upon row.I was seriously} interrupted by ( from Page One) God and fellow man. He also: 1942 fire truck was discussed and solution. possible and other officers were notified.
have flown Peace and \Var Strife and Prosperity bad injuries he received in an air- the matter was tabled for future
through
mentioned that the Hughes ami allegedly -
Peoples were
Scouting
Boy : that children
his ; He cited desiringto
Diane rasb-\"hj ,he hurr In plea, Bryant cited the discussion after several possibilities -
and amidst it all I have been respected.My was :- J coming out of the woods
organization provided superb
North sidewalk
injr home for a,J rfef visit beforea number of drownings that bate are explored. CommissionerJobnson cross over to the

Red Stripes symbolize the blood spilled in trip abroad he:was,to make with occurred in' that area in the .past training towards this leadership. noted! that it has been on Atlantic Avenue in that when they of two were sheriff's spotted patrol by occupants cars-

!leading American olfers.i few years. j Other awards were presentedas under discussion for some time area are faced with heavy traffic.
defense of this glorious nation. i and Hugheswas
city squad
ear.
one
i Commission Jim Thomas follows: that station Public Works Director Jim Beard
i At Scioto, Skp) ,,approached i gave an auxiliary was
My White Stripes signify i the burning tears shed by a i'fntIemano had a 10-year the Commission a report on'a recent Rank of Second Class Scout toI I'needed in the area at the innrt'on 'Said' that he would make such a without a gun at the time

by Americans who lost their sons. oil tow headed boy in tow. The trip to Washington in' connection -;, Donnie Brownlee, Buddy Lee, and of Sadler Road and South Fletcher survey and.report his findings to but Deputy Emory Walker said
that brief SMIth located a pistol -
)1hu Field is indicative of God's heaven under i youngster wanted autographs of with the Mills Creek Watershed -! Hyyde Peterson. Avenue. the Commission. a
in the woods.
tree
which I fly. i i the pros and Skip gave his own, Project and told of meeting Rank of First Class Scout to Such an auxiliary. station would Joe Suriano asked that the City near a neither
then helped the lad get signatures with Congressman D. R. Billy Harvey, Kenny King, Jack lower insurance rates consider- i cheek the low areas on han Circle Reportedly Hughes norPeeples'has

.. Mv Stars clustered together, ymfy 50 States as i!I flora other celebrities around the (Billy) Matthews and other governmental -I Ryals, and Joseph Smith. ably, it was pointed out by Acting -j I with .an eye to relieving a made a ftatemnct incident as

one, for God and Country. I Scioto clubhouse. Obviously hippedon agencies in connection Merit Badges to Ben Dickens, City Manager Clayton Sanders i j( drainage problem. to a reason. for the
,
"Old (;101')'" is my nickname, and proudly I wave on golf, the kid was delighted. with the proposed drainage Don Lancaster and Frank Fiala. to a News-Leader reporter. j I Kasley Thomas, Commodore of : -

high. Timeas it has a habit of doing, In other business the Commission Troop 213 was presented the ince it now requires from at least (I the Fernandina Beach Boat Club, Alertness Nets

V went on. awarded a contract to Cordon trophies for advancement and at- 7 to 10 minuts for the city truck (j presented the Commission with a ""

Honor me, respect me, defend me with your lives and All of a sudden it got to be 1960 Automotive Service to provide tendance.. The opening ceremonywas to reach the Southernmost city sketch of their proposed renovation (Continued from Pajre-0ne

your fortunes. : when Skip was attending a ban- an International pickup for the given by Troop 171 and the boundaries on South Fletcher. of their. club house once it is ''Orville Saunders has been

Never let enemies tear me down from lofty quet in New York where he and use of A. L Scussell, county road closing ceremony by Troop 191. The Commission discussed air placed adjacent to the city ma. awarded five silver dollais for
my my
superintendent. Gordon's bid'a8 The next Court of Honor i is conditions units for the muni- belts
,
other prominent golfers were to rina.The alertness in spotting worn !
position, Jest I never return. receive awards for their achieve- $2,003, minus 597.53 for a trads- scheduled for September 16 at cipal auditorium after Sanders revealed Commission okayed the appointment and for service renderedin, repac-

Keep aliVht the fires of patriotism, strive earnestlyfor i ments from tee to green. in vehicle, for an outlay of $1405- 7:30 in the Junior High auditor- that used units are avail I, of David Gatchel l of ing them with new Gates Ulta."

the spirit of democracy. ;i>I! Among those honored, besides .47 for the pickup. ium. able from an Atlanta source. He Sanford as new city manager and The Rubber Company is con

Worship Eternal God and keep His commandments ];I I Skip, was Jack Nicklaus, a blond Metal Products, a division of was instructed to check further following the meeting he was ducting a mystery car campaignand

and I shall remain the bulwark of and free- giant from Ohio State who had Armco Steel Co., was awarded a and secure a definite proposal for presented to those in attendance.See contests, with awards up to
peace j I
dom for all mankind. won the National Amateur the contract to furnish 126 feet of 48 FiestaContinued consideration by the Commission.The ( accompanying story). fifty dollars, between June 25 and

year before at; Broadmoor, in Colorado inch steel culvert at 12.14 a foot Commission discussed a f October 25.
I and 96 feet of 60-inch ( from Page One) Thomas W. Tilman ----
I am your Flag. Springs. lie was burning up i steel culvert j proposal from Trade At Home -_- M

Thomas E. Wicks, Sr. the courses among the simon at 16.70 a foot. Ages 11 to 15 Mark Mason I regarding franchise to operate f I t Ii

---- -,-- .' ,-- pures. Albert Hirth, commander of Bean, modern jazz, first; Linda !! ----- -- 4 _
\ --
!1 Skip went up to Nieklaus and American Legion Post 54, appeared White, modern ballet second. 'I staged a street dance for the teenagers

started to introduce himself. But and asked the consideration of Age 16 and up Barbara Bee- at the beach recreation area BE CAREFUL

I WANTTOBE1\/\//V//\\ ], / the big blond stopned him. the Commission in a plan! to erecta ton, ballet, first. ; Judy Hahn,I with a spontaneous response from tJI1 WITH FIRE.
permanent marked to the dance, second.
"I know you Mr. Alexander, war the many youngsters in attend-
1/)1 said Nicklaus. "You are the one dead of this county.It Judges were Mrs. Bob Talton YOU CAN'T'BUY

who helped me, as a 10-year-old was agreed to determine if and Bob Springer.! ance.Maxie and the Sharps played : BACK ;iStart

o et .autographs at Scioto back in the commission; can legally assistin Others who participated and for the dance. .

; OOOL\ 1930.;) I've never forgotten how nice such a project and Hirth was delighted the crowd were Cathy Later in the evening the Golden 4 A FOREST!

)'OVerI! to me when some of the told that he will be informed cf Crisp, Mary Olivia Patrick, Mar I Crown Fiesta Ball was staged at ---- '
their findings.The ; tha Ilelea McPherson, Julie Lee, ,
other pros, one in particu'ar. turn- the municipal auditorium with a
jl'\tJ Commission named Ji>l/ CUff Fox, Ma'ry Drew Bean Lau- Now Is The Time To
/11 A 1V : ed me down rather abruptly, |,,large crowd in attendance. r Kids get a head start OAt,
Jack Nkklaus$, as almost ev..rr- 10 as date for opening bids for ren Lowe, Betsy Philips, Sarah t I During the ball tbe beauty growing with "jumpingjuvenile"
Remodel up
NIII'H' ; ..4e Ji one,knows, is now burning: up the additional equipment for the. Civil Poole, Gary Bean, SaUy White, queens were presented individually or Repair life insurance. Protects .

= j"S WHEN IT'SHOT courses' as a professional and i is Defense emergency radio system. Mary Julia Brewton, David Buk- .f for the benefit of the judges! now,builds cash values.

--- .It''II'I, far and away the top money winner Also hard was a request: that a hart, all in the 10 and under and they then promenaded with Coverage jumps five-fold at

=- J 1'1 of 19(13( with $57/515 in the road be opened up through the group.In I their escorts around the dance 36 age 21, at same low premium.

-- -=-_ = =- : 1! i ? till so"far, But he still remembers area between a point on Ssdler the 11 to 15 group were floor.. Let its tell you more.

: 7. :. I.il 1 Skip's little act of kindness IS Road midway between Five ,Poins! Gerry Franklin, Judy Alday, :, Sunday afternoon the Fiesta Months
[:. ." I and South Fletcher Avenue and Janie Stouffer Vickie Beckkham
d' I''' years ago.There a boat races staged by the Fernan- To Pay WOOTENInsurance
.. -, 1 GET A is a sequel. Last monthin point on Amejia Road just West Brenda Leeper, Bunny Puletti. dina Beach Boat Club, began at .

: : '- -" 'I) Memphis, Skip, for his first of the golf course. The proposalwas : Jennie Peterson Lavoyne Shiver, 1:00 and were attended by a large I I Agency
: I:' 'Gr. tabled for Fernandina Lumber
further
time, saw Nicklaus take a swingat investigation Mllie Beckhsm, Linda White, crowd.
-.:."--, '- =:-::= .,., a golf ball. It was: a hole-in- and discussion.The Susan Fizer, .Jan Dickens, Diane (See picture and account of & Supply CALL KLLEV SHANK
= : : <8 Board authorized the micro Bean. 'South 3rd ,St. 1'lrne 26I-3MI 261.5503DON'T
!!:r E-d! :f! the race on sports page.) .
one.Skip, who visited his wife filming of an old plat book, deem. 1/J< and up Carolyn McGee. At 2:45 the Fernandina Beach

.. Kitty's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. ed in danger of complete deterio- Another: h'yhly successful fea- High School Dance Band gave a -. .. __h'1 -
T. Reade. at Seymour Point, dur- ration. turn of the Fiesta was the_ 4-day concert at the beach recreationarea '. :\_- _, .. ...\ ,. ; .1; t tJ\\ N.oJi .

ROOM AIR CONDITIONER 'ng: the Fiesta, said he was coming -- ---- bowling tourney staged by Hadden as a prelude to the beauty i

... 'back a week earlier to future New Lanes. pagant. They also furnished ,
.
Fiestas so he could get in some City Manager Winner was Glenn Pierre. eround music for the batk-I'
: Raymond Loewy styling and compact Carrier engineering bowler who
... .9Gd fishing. ranking Jacksonville the contestants across the MISS _
produce the superb new Sceptre Room Weathermaker.Inches Skip's own 19-year-old!) son, (Continued from Page One) had a near perfect scoie. (Sec I which was prepared for the event '

slimmer-just 14" front to back, two-speed cool- Buddy, incider.ta'ly, is now shooting He served as a City Commissioner story on snorts page). it the east terminus of Atlantic ,- .
holes of golf in the mid- On Friday the Little League Avenue.
:. ing and dehumidifying nine of Sanford from 195/5 to. 'irefloneADSOfi;
super-silent, fully adjustable air-
Golden Crown
!to's. Ten years from now-who cooperated in the The Fiesta committee of flay _
: flow, new Fram Permactem-treated filter that filters dust, knows tAmerican 1959 and was mayor in 1957. Fiesta with two game, one at 5 Caldwell, Pan Dautrherty, Heed

While mayor he received a Good in. the.___ _senior_ ___ division and -
: dirt and pollen from the air. Four 1-HP models including Government Award n roo---m n Lewellen, Burns Bailey and Jack
from the
one at 7:30 in ,the junior division.See Woodward, asked that the anore-
: a 115-volt, 7'am model. Legion State Junior Chamber of Com
: !-it 19J;J- ( results in sports section). riation of the Chamber of Commerce -
: From 'OIY terms Sets Regular MeetingFor merce. Saturday morning the crack sponsors of the Fiesta, be
In 1959 be'as elected to the
L B. Reese & Co. Monday Night Seminole County Commission and School Boy Patrol of Jacksonvi'leBeach the extended to allI'bo assisted.
Plumbing Heating served until his treated spectators in Chamber President Chuck Flenni- _
Theodore H. Hernandez Post 54 : appointment by downtown area to a sample of the ken echoed their request and the

: "We Service Everything We Sell"I 1 of the American Legion has slatI (: expired the governor term to of complete the Clerk the of "the' precision marching and maneuvers following is a partial list of those

I its regu'ar! monthly meeting i!Circuit CourtFollowing that has won them national who played major parts in the Pages9&Oii
1101 SO. 8th STREET 1'IIONE 261.1S92ElryACkissificd for Monday nighty June 17. publicity. highly successful events:
th election of full
This is the last,.meeting under ,' a Four of the boys were on unicycles !' Tom Tilman for his work as director

I the direction of I retiring Corai ::term clerk he was asscc'ated' and their ability created : ; W. H. Melton and Mike I ,.. -.-- .. ." '... ._- : ,
.
-- -- -- .
with the Central Florida Quick! : .-.11" .1'. .
those who show .: --- -- ""'- _
i mander Albert Hirth and a large: ; quite a stir among Fiats for the amateur ; Roger -- -- -- -
Freeze and Storage Co.. Inc.
turnout is urgt> Ad Quick Results and
For | new officers \\W he held on June co-owner manager. Followingsale Following the patrol were the ing: tourney: the Little i1
of the business he became ;
boWl-I.
... '129. ":. I beauty contestants, who gave the Pete Schuiling, president,
assistant controller with
,---1: ___ i Chase
of the
.---- -
preview
r specators a pageant staging Fiesta games on _
and Company of Sanford,
an
accounting
and auditing firm.., on ladies Sunday were afernoon.transported The on evening: Mrs.the Claire sidewalk Belcher art showon for ,
More recently he has been in young promoting ::
the city's newest fire truck and Saturday; John McOane, Bob 1
ri Tallahassee during the current were taken on a tour cf the city Talton, Doug Decker and W. H,
REVIVALCalvary session of the Legislature as .theadministrative
I fi aide to Sen. Mack by Fireman Bill Dopson. Melton for staging turtle rac s,
Saurday afternoon at 1:30 the Harry Poole for handling the
N. Cleveland, Jr., of Seminole .
Lions Club staged a highly successful Little Miss Fiesta pageant; the
County and was also aide to the
: Seminole delegation. series of turtle races in Jaycees, Bill Leuschner, chairman -

the beach recreation area. for the Teen Age Dance
Gatchel and his wife Patrciaare
Church
I Baptist establishing residence here Nine races were run with Dr. Saturday night; Carson McKen-
John McClane, Bob Talton and dree for the Grand Fiesta Ball
and he will assume his duties on Doug Decker handling the entries 'Saturday night; the Fernandina ...... .1
Monday, June 17.American .
'. JAMES C. BYRD PASTOR and utilizing a public address Beach Boat Club for the Fiesta
system to keep the large numberof Boat Races; Jonathan Hill and
spectators informed of the the FBHS dane band for providing
Brand
II Legion 3-T
/ sponsoring merchants and the results music at the beauty pageant; new Nylon .

I ,; of each race. Jim Colley for his work as page-
HEAR : (Continued from Page One) Final winners were the turtles ant emcee; Lions George her, TIRES withGoodear's

; businesses are one way of presnt- 'sponsored by Feruandina Electric Doug Decker,, Bob Talton Jim- TUFSYNS

STEVE MONTGOMERY i jag visibl evidence of national Service, The Saiv&ar Restaurantand my Harrell And Bobby Adams for .
: : unity. New York Laundry in that help on various Fiesta events; great economy tire, the Nylon All-Weather "41"

: ; "Although June 14, 1963, will order. W. E. BarWr for providing the

(Missionary To Brazil) be the fourth anniversar7 of the Following! the turtle races was stage for thfr beauty pageant; Gil

50-star flag, it is still entirely the Little Miss Golden Crown Becker and the State Park Service *

proper and correct to display a Fiesta pageant at the municipal for assistance in decorating .8 11 13
JUNE 17-23-7:30 1 P.M.
.'. 43 or 49-star flag." Commander auditorium with Harry Poole as stage; Oxley Florist for furnishing I
Hirth stated. "Xo American flagis master of ceremonies. flowers and crown for beauty

I every obsolete as Jong as it L Little Kim Barohard. two-year- pageant; Mr*. Eloise- Kear for

in serviceable condition old daughter of Mrs. Mary Ellen securing escorts, and Mrs. J. E. 6.70il5 7.50114,6.7015 730114,6.70115
,
Earnhardt the title from (Gene) Weatherford for assisting Tub.Jypt fc!.ckTubeie&s BUckwaS. "'|,Wh iltufceless. _
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT captured win. Plus tax and Pius tax and your Plus tax and your
I the J8 winsome little beanies entered with beauty contestants preceding your. recappable recappabloUf. recappabte Ue.
MALICIOUS in the competition. First run- the pageant; the Golden Sands : ,

was Cindy Townsend, {- Pavilion and he Blue Seas Restaurant -

Calvary Baptist Church ; WOODS year-old nerup daughter of Mr. and fr ..asmtalferith the : FREE MOUNTING J

I" Mrs.[ Fred Townsend.. Little Donna pageant; all the judges who senr.ed '

'BURNERS Holland, age 4, daughter oMr.. at the various contests; and LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY
Holland, was J. E. (Gene) Weatherford''! ,
TUILV and Mrs. Buroell ., Judge _
I LEFT OX BAILEY ROAD AT DRIVE-IN THEATRE
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i ROB US ALL! 2nd runnerop. I for securing the beauty contest-'I SouU1 $tk Street. ., "fhbne 261-3819 1
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Junior High School'Graduates 1 105 News-Leader Fernandina Beach. Florida Thursday, June 13, 1963 Page_Three

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I Students In Exercises Held June 4 1..5 : I '+


I
The Fernandina Beach Junior ; Johnson, Margie Johnson, Virginia
High-Elementary School held its i Jones. Larry Keller, Paula Kor-

r i3 graduation exercise on Tuesday, nau, George Lee, Sandra Lee, Floyd -
I
Ff June 4, at 10:30. | Lee Floyd Lewis, Sheryl Lit I .. f
r 1 1v i The Rev. John Dozier, pastor of tIes, Susan Logue, J. D. Matlin, Sti
I the First Presbyterian Church, Margie McClellan, Linda McGuirt, i
y' :j I gave the invocation and benedic- Wendell Melton, Harry Lee Mills, R"'i t et+ :

tion. Emerson and Dorothy Pickett.
jLL Fizer, principal, presented -
i diplomas to the following i Bill Pocher, Wesley Poole, Ja iI

students: I mes Purgason, Carl Rich, Kathy I tlf
,I R John Paul Allen, Cathy Allison, Rowe, Jack Ryals, Nolen Sauls, %
Barbara Alverson, Ted Andersen, Rolen Sauls, Don Scandiliato, John

A MAJORITY CROWD OF Mike Armstrong, Gail Ashe, Dia- Scarboro, Van Seagraves, Willie w i I,
REVELERS hobnobbed with i "royalty" at the annual "
ne Bean, Jon Belcher, Steve Seville I Sheffield, Kathy Smith, Robert
Grand Fiesta Ball last Saturday evening, as one of the lovely young ladies pictured Dale Blocker, Carol Booth, I Smith, Hang Soo Hoo, Ralph Sta-
above with their escorts, was chosen "Miss Golden Crown Fiesta" at the annual I Annette Bowers, Granville Bur- I ratt, Janice Sweatt, Barbara Tho-

beauty pageant Sunday which climaxed the big 4-day festivities.Photo by Tom Davis gess, Lorraine Byrd, Bruce Byrd, mpson, Donna Thompson, Robert

.. I Connie Cargal, Susan Carman, I IE. Thornton, Lois Thrift, Rosco
i1 Steve Carver, Joel Cason, Wanda i j Thrift, Mary Tiner, Jo Tyson Julius -
I Christian, Wayne Combs, Pam 1 Urmanec Barbara Vaughn, sr rNr

.. ... .. I'Crane, and Patty Cres.I \ Debbie Vittorie, Raymond Vonnah
: ) j I Thomas Crews, Cecelia Davis,I Leon Wahlin, David Walters, Joe

Diane Dockery, Lucile DuBoise, Weatherford, Ronnie Weaver, John b
I I Jerry Dudley, Cherri Edenfield, I Williams, Judith Williams, Gregory

4 / !x ss ( Jean Entzminger, Frank Fiala, Willis and Roger Welters.

yx I )Emma Lee Fiege, Steve Freeman,
\1 x Louise Gandy, Mary Jane Gaskin, THE STORM

Jackie Gibbs, Larry Gilileo, Brenda -
The
grey dawn looks down S
43 RS : I ; Graves, Phylis Hagan, Chipper angrily
.1 Hall, Anthony Hammond, Celeste
Upon a stormy sea;
Hardee, Susan Hardee, Margaret
And
scudding clouds the day en- .
Harper, Elaine Harvey and Treska shroudIn f

j Hatton. eerie mystery.The .to:
.
''P" Linda Hendrix, Velma Howell,
r Itt. Gail Hunter, Helen Jacobs, Pat- green waves toss uneasily.The .
\0" ... '. ricia Johns, David Johnson, Gladys heavens wear a scowl. A NEW FEATURE OF THE FIESTA and one of the best attended and most popular

L : - The moon, in fear, is hiding. was the Sidewalk Art Show that was held at the Recreation Center on Saturday. Although

:; Yf'fJONE The wind a ghoulish howl.A most of the crowd was inside viewi ng the Little Miss Golden Crown Fiesta

i : ; '''w ''h ,; r. ''' ;' ; # ; English Golfing crashing roll of thunder.A pageant at the time the picture was made, a steady stream o f onlookers visited the

]lashing hail of rain. show throughout the day and admired the excellent paintings that were on exhibit
OF THE MOST ENTHUSIASTICALLY
RECEIVED features of the Golden The. storm-clouds grew obscure bv local artists. Here Mrs. Frank Hawks and Mrs Ed Jones view the artistry. Mrs
Crown Fiesta were the turtle races staged at the beach afternoon Veteran SpeaksAt
on Saturday by
the day Claire Belcher, with hand on painting, coordinated the Fiesta feature
members of the Lions Club. John McClane, right, co-chairman of the event with W. II
Photo Tom Davis
And darkness again. by
comes _
___ ____ __ .
Melton is u
shown watching one of the races as Cob Taltcn, left, gives the commen- Lions MeetingWilfred u

tary on the the pubh'c address system. Kneeling in left foreground, with back to cam- Amid the gloom, great gouts of : Counties Due $6,000
era, was Doug Decker, who also assisted with the event. spume Georgia Fishermen Brought Into Port .
---.. Reid, 78 year-old former Leap high into the air. Race Track Funds
.. English golfing great who adopted The sea-bouys moan beneath the

Clancy Glud! Tells I I I Presbyterian Church A this country many years ago, foam. Here After Rescue By Coast GuardAfter Tallahassee State Comptroller
was guest speaker at the regular The seabirds flee in fear. Ray E. ireui said today that

Slates Day Camp weekly meeting of the Lions Club spending the night about Dr. Joseph M. Jackson and hisI I checks for $GOOO from the race
Kiwcinians Need I June 17 Thru 21 Capitol Letter Tusday night at the Seaside Inn. The fishing fleet, in quick retreat, and track tax fund arc being mailedto
Hides in sheltered ten miles out from the jetties hereon I I son, Larry, 18, the son of a I II
Reid, who was one of the out- a cove; Wednesday of last week, the Dr. Terry of Homerville, Ga. i iI each of the 67 counties.
For Leaders I The First Presbyterian Churcti BY JERRY MOCK standing players of his native It's anchors cast, it's cables fast, 23-foot outboard motorpoweredSea I i I They reported that trouble developed The comptroller said the total
It's
shroudlines interwove.The .
Today I announces plans for the Day I Tallahassee As those who country when he was only 15, has Fair of Folkston, Ga., was :I in both motors of the new received by each county to date

I I Camp to be held at Tenacres, beginning I have been watching the legislature been rated as one of the top an. boisterous voices of the towed into the local harbor by the i I for the current fiscal year from
f, I 1IY TOMMY HALL I Monday, June 17 and this session well know, the alysts and teachers of the game storm Coast Guard. boat.A distress signal was picked the race track tax fund is $199,*

I It Clancy Glud, training director I I continuing through Friday, June I worm has turned. I for over 50 years. Rise to a keening shriek; Aboard the distressed craft was up by a tugboat agent in May- I 000, or $6,500 more than each

t for Kayonier Inc., former Navy I 21. This is no slur upon our solons, The diminutive Reid, who was And, in our fear, we seem to hearA port late Wednesday afternoon : county received for the same per
I I personnel officer now retired, Those attending will meet at but merely a statement of fact. presented to the club by program pilot's trumpet speak. and he notified the Coast Guard. iod last year.
was introduced to the Kiwanis I I the church at 8:40 a.m., at which 'Here is an editorial by Emmett I chairman Ben Clarke, delighted It Ain't Hay. However, the Sea Fair was not There will be one more dis
II' Club on Monday night by Stan time transportation will be furnished Within the bay, the coming day
I 1 Peter, Jr., in the Leesburg Daily the Lions with many stories of i At The Price of discovered until a Coast Guard tribution of the race track tax .
.
Tarlton, chairman. I to Tenacres. They will be Reveals a doleful scene;
program Commercial the his vast experiences in most all plane spotted it Thursday morn. fund June 80"SEE.
on lowly
I Glud spoke on the need today I' brought back to the church at which worm, the golf playing countries of the !IA striken ship in fearful grip TomatoesIf ing.
deserves
i for men who have the ability to 11:45: a.m. I undoubtedly a I' world. Of forces wild, obscene.
l better fate: think Fortunately the weather was
lead others. you they grow em i
All children
4 ,
through
Leaders", aid the speaker, I 12, are invited ages to attend. Bible i" "Senator J. A. (Tar) Boyd and I The speaker told of the pleasures Amid the blast, her toweling big where you come from, you i favorable and the disabled craft C. B.'Pete'
I: "have to be able to take it and to study, recreation and handicraftare I'Rep. C. Welborn Daniel of Lake he had derived at his chosen profession mast should see the tomato trio George''' and its occupants came through .
dish It' out". I planned for the kindergarten 'County, have been the targets of !|I and of the many fine assoc- 1! Falls crashing to the deck. Melvin Wildes picked in his gar I the incident in good shape.
a good deal of kidding by legislative .: iations he has enjoyed. He also I Her valiant crew, at once, falls to, den at 227 South 4th St. Monday. I INGRAM"FOR
f lie cited several illustrations and junior departments. I
I primary i colleagues over their "earth- I gave a number of helpful tips to t To cut away the wreck. Growing on a single stem, the':
| Tift Youth Choir
Parents
I during World War II, when men I' are requested to call i the golfers in the club. I
i ii ]i worm bill. Florida earthwormshave three weighed three pounds and
f i with a natural ability to lead I the church secretary at 261.3837' I The minutes he broken
I to : been stricken with a strange A question and answer period I pass that ain't hay at the price of tomatoes To Sing SundayAt
were able to accomplish remark-1 i register their children by Fri- I mast, Real Estate-
I
of late and that lasted for more than 30 min-
malady an $11,000 appropriation now and for a long time
, able feats of bravery and courage -i' day, June 14. Please state whether evidence of theLions' i It's yardarm swing free First BaptistThe
mute Life
is utes Insurance
, to finance a study was past.
;: many of whom went heherald- :: your child will attend swimming I in the and Sweeps the debris, and seamen J S
f ,ed for their gallantry. "The mark | lessons at the Recreation Center!i of what ails them. interest speaker I I' three, i But if anybody knows how, sixty-voice youth Choir of : Retirement Income

which distinguishes men of r'atness" ;, as plans include transportation I "Well, it does make a funny !I i his comments. I Into the raging sea. this gentleman farmer should as ]|I the First Baptist Church of Tift, : Health & AccidentHospitalization
Nevertheless, some of the Reid is the guest of Golf Pro Georgia, who are in the area fora
'he said, "is humility, for the activity. gag. I he farmed in Georgia until he I
jokesters may be unaware that Ed Mattson and participated in the Our townsfolk, all, are fishermen, Choir Retreat, will sing at the
quoting John Ruskin. The qualities j The Day Camp staff i includes, I II I j was 21 years old, then moving!I
human life know it probably $5,000 Invitational Golf Tourna- And fishermen bold. 11:00 service at the First Baptist Major Medical
as we are :
: which are of importance in I II Mrs Eber B. Philips, director; i i I here in 1924 he showed the city
I the men whom NASA selects as Emerson Fizer, consultant; Mrs. wouldn't be possible withoutthe ment last weekend. I I The savage storm they view with folks how it's done. Church on June 16. I Disability Monthly Income
Astronauts are the following Leonard Long and Mrs. Ben lowly earthworms. Says the A report was heard from John., scorn. Leon Montgomery is the direc-

prerequisits: Gentleness, Frugality Clarke, transportation; Mrs. E. i'Britannica': the earthworm McClane and W. H. Melton on I I They brave the winter's cold. 1941 He and bought plants his a present spot 70 home x 100.in tor of the choir. :I L, L. BOHANNON

and Humility. C. Burgess, Jr., books and mater- !burrows improve the aeration of the turtle race staged by the The ruthless the Wildes' A lunch will lye by
I I sea, their enemy, Certainly garden isj picnic given ,
I INSURANCEPhone
ials the soil, permit drainage of sur Lions as a feature of the Fiesta.
L. U. Lewellen, father of Reed ; Mrs A. E. Taplin, refreshments
of the Churchfor
They, daily, do defy. well known hereabouts as he has the Young People
Leellenas a guest Kiwanian ; Lt. Col. Eber Philips, recreation face waters, prevent water-log Ray Caldwell, speaking on be t i ta 261- 269
I of the choir members immed-
Can such men stand, safe on the crop coming on each season I
I making up his attendance.In ; Mrs. R. N. Alday and I ging, and facilitate' the down- half of the Fiesta committee of the land, the year. i iately following the service.
the absence of club presi- Mrs. Albert Schrantz, handicraft; growth of plant roots. The worms Chamber of Commerce, praisedthe I And watch a seaman die? -- _-
II d<;ilt ,Bryan Rauschert, President- Mrs. R. S. Adler and Miss Pat i also sweeten the soil chemically, Lions for the many key positions -I
.t Elect. Bill Webb presided. Stores, kindergarten; Mrs. Clifford I to the vast benefit of all plant they filled during the Fiesta It shall not be. The cruel sea
I j\\ .' Mclnnis and Rodger: Wil- life. and for the success of each in It's victims shall not keep, FOR EVERY GIFT OCCASION

i f "Roberts Attends liams, primary dept.; Mrs. John "Should anybody ask you, the which they participated.Mike While strong men live and dareto
n Dozier and Miss Judy Williams, earthworm is a terrestial oligo- Fiala reported to Presi- giveDefiance '
l .:National Conference Junior dept chaet,' and ranges in length from I dent John Tiliakos that plans are to the deep.A IT BULOVA
one inch to a jumbo species in : complete for the annual installa
' Jn I Cleveland, Ohio sonnel Administration, in Clevel- South America that attains six j tion of officers at Ten Acres the shrimper lay along the mole,

II v Newt. Roberts has been attend"Jjig and, Ohio.RoLerh. feet. While the Florida Legisla- latter part of the monh. Beyond the breakers' reach. :
I ture consists of only two species, With whoop and shout, it's crew
a 3-day National Conference is a director of the THE GIFT-QUALITY WATCH
rush out
II Pork Choppers and Lamb Choppers -
of the American Society for Per- Jacksonville Society. Tabernacle Baptist
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J ::. the earthworm can claim! And race along the beach. .?
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, 4il 1 nearly 2,000 species. Yes, Virginia Slates Bible School They launch a lifeboat in the '.
i the earthworms do have a
sex life of sorts, and lay eggs Beginning MondayVacation Unship surf the; long-stemmed Senator Deigned ".
l II oars. With dignified simplicity :
HEADACHESA in cocoons. The earthworm is a Bible School at Tabernacle Unmindful, they, of lightning's Shock- esu A
I food for 17 Adjustable I Q
ant
: staple some primitive jewels. ,
I Baptist Church begins Mon play expansion !:;r : r,,, ,
I; peoples, such as the Maoris, and day, June 17 and continues t Or breakers' booming roars. band.Stainless' steel ;' 12 t' f r y p ';tI
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nutritive for hum- tact 135.75 ; ,
[ them extreme I
headache is not a disease; it is a symptom. It reflectsa I through June 28. Classes will beheld I :'fd A, e ,
disturbed Mate within the bOO}. This may be precipitated bj |I the extreme nuntriti for human daily from 9 to 12 noon and I With might and main they stroke
a number of factors; fatigue, worr)., -improper eating, digestive diet,'because of their richnessin all age children are invited to in vain BudgetTerms
disturbances, OUT work, high blood pressure nervous tension. I pro-vitamin D. participate. To reach the wreck's debris.

One of the mrst common forms of chronic headache is that I "The earthworm is, in fine, 'I Mrs. Curtis Bryson, principal, No.open boat can stay afloat c : a ,
known a* "migraine or irL" headache These headaches hate. I man's best friend, an honor that I announces Preparation Day will I In such an angry sea.

;j caused untold suffering 'unjustifiably has gone to the ,I be held Saturday, June 15, with A blinding glare of lightning'sflare RfCitta 23 23 Q
v Under chiropractic rare relief has been secured for migraineand +1 dogs, which are not known as useful I' a parade to follow. jewels' self windintwiterprool'shocY*, f Q
other chronic hadache sufferers quickly" and efficiently.This creatures except in Alabamaand resistant, unbreakable ; .
is because chiropractic methods to the rod the 'I Reveals a tragedy. miinsprini.stainless .
cause; racial situations.
go Mississippi
\ I steel case. ,, ,. ,
W. E. Hurlbert To A mighty wave becomes their H,1
nervous )I\tfm. Nerve irritation causes spasm rf certain blood I I "To confuse the untaphor fur- -- '*-' $4U5ROBISON ; I
tevls in the brain. This in turn causes congestion of blood i i grave,
I Ihr, Senator Boyd and Representative Speak Monday At
which creates the typical! headache sjniptoms: pain on one or In dire catastrophe. y
j bulk sides of the head, nausea, disturbed vision, and that our Daniel have not gone to : Pistol Club Meet
all let donn feeling '!the dogs; they are repaying !I Another dawn, another day.
: man's debt to the earthworm's j jI I I The chapel bells are tolling; See our Complete Bulova selection from $24.75
l' Why not find out today if you an4 a chiropractic( case? I The Fernandina Beach Rifle
contribution to all life. Besides, I II and Pistol Club will hold its reg- And leaden waves of bitter grief DADDYS DAY!

I what would fishing be without ular meeting Friday at 8:00 p.m. Upon our hearts are rolling.

them?" in the Conference Room at Container CO.Jt
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Corp.A Nor, yet again, to die, "
Trade At HomeTry film will be shown entitled, Are dear to Him who rules the *
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.. J, Eda Stertz Circle Ella Plans Hardee Supper Circle For Miss Crosby Bride of Dennis Davis I II PERSONAL' S Gets Ensign Wings of Gold Now Open

Has June Program I New Iberia La. (FHTNC) -
.. Pastor and FamilyThe ?7k Miss Sally Stevenson of Fort Mr. Brunson is on business. The' Navy Ensign Thomas H. Ask. ;

On Royal Service I Myers was the guest of Bill Webb family is visiting. Mrs. Brunson's ins, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H.

t regular meeting of the Ella and his parents last weekend. : parents Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Livingston Askins, Sr., was designated a COOPER'SLAUNDRY
J The Eda Stern Circle of the in Atlanta, Ga., and her and
Hardee Circle of Memorial Methodist Naval Aviator received hi*
i .... First Baptist Church met in the Buddy Dial of Albany Ga. is brother and sister this week. They
1 Church was held June 11 at
home of Mrs. S. H. visiting friends on the beach. I
Swearingen
will also visit Mr. Brunson's
:10:00: a.m at the home of the hostess : par-
Monday for is business and pro- 1 ents. Mrs. Brunson will be re-
Mrs. Gordon Butler with 13 Ted Hitchcock arrived home
gram meeting. membered friends in Fernan- .
by w.
members LaGrange
College
May
presentDelicious from on
Mrs E. J. Smith chairman presided. refreshments! were ser- 29 and will be working at Rayo- dina as the former Miss Agnes"Sister" 14th & Beech Street
4
ved prior to the business meeting. 4 94 4i nier through the summer. Livingston.

t Mrs. D. P.. Spainhour read the I The meeting began with a pray-
./ Prayer Calendar for the day, and I er by Mrs. Howard Hanna, chair- Pam Gibson left for Jackson- Ministerial AllianceTo

i scripture was read from :Epl.ei | man. She then greeted all members I i 9 ville to join her parents, after
i clans 6:11. k and surged their active participation spending two months with the Dick Conduct Services

Mrs. John Klarer bad chargeof during the new fiscal year. Gordon family. ; At Ft. Clinch Park New On Ponl

the program using as her topic The Spiritual Life Chairman,J Monica Lancaster and Carol i At a recent meeH'ng of the
1 "What does the Royal Service Mrs. Tom Davis, gave a reading -
I Gough left June 12 for Melborne. Florida Board .
I of Parks and His
Mean to ,US", and telling the history "How To Draw Upon That Higher They will be there for two weeks I toric Memorials in' Tallahassee -L-

I. of Royal Service. Power" from The Norman Power of Vincint Posi- visiting Carol's grandparents, Mr. ,i permission was granted the Fer, I.UCI'EHouse

Those assisting her on the program I tive Thinking by and Mrs. J. K. Booker. nandina Beach Ministerial Alliance -
Peale and "Just For Today" by
Mrs. S. H. I I to conduct
were, Swearingen Dale Carnegie. Bill Webb came home from An worship services
"Hovr to Keep the Heart I near the camping area of Fort
I The Missionary Education drew Junior College June 6. He'I
Warm in Summer." Mrs. E. J. Clinch State Park. Paint
I Chairman, Mrs. Paul Burns spoke will leave July 7 for six week'ssummer
I i. Smith gave the chief aims of on the mission field in Pakistan.It I course at college. Services will begin next Sunday -
|/ WMU in 1928 and '29, comparedwith I was brought out that the Methodist +;rA .c June 16, at 8:00: a.m., near:
> the aims of 1962 and 1963. Church has missionaries in I Juleene Weaver of Waycross the parking lot and between the I symbolic Wings of Gold, April 26, Incredibly durableso

Community Missions for the East Pakistan but none in West Ga., was the guest last weekendof I camping area and the concession! : at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station easy fo use:

\' month of June making cancer Pakistan. There are only three X. Gail and Shirley McKendreeat I stand. I New Iberia, La.
: 'benefits
pads and shirts. ray machines in the entire countryof $ .i 9' tl4 yV i .li'p,* r r qur Vy r their home on N. 19th St. Members of the Ministerial Alliance .I The designation followed an 18- I Now the spectacuIar

The members were dismissed Pakistan and tuberculosis is Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bailey, of will be in charge of the ser- month training program m whichhe of "Lucite" for the outside of

,I with prayer by Mrs. J. A. Lee, very prevelant with 'as many as T- Lawerenceville Ga., former residents vics on a rotating basis. Duringthe I learned to ,fly propellordrivenand your home! Flows on effort
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to meet next month in the home one out of three people in some !' of Fernandina were here month of June the following jet aircraft. The final phaseat I lessly,forms a tough,durable,

; of Mrs. D. R. Spainhour.The sections having T. B. Eighty- even I MR. AND MRS. DENNIS LEON DAVIS I for the weekend visiting friends. Ministers will be in charge of tht i New Iberia included techniquesof plastic shield that resists cracking

hostess served delicious percent'of the population are illit- services. flying under adverse weather : chalking fading and dirt!

iced cokes and cookies during the erate. However, so much has been I In a beautiful candlelight, cere- veil of silk illusion was caught I Jimmy Fox after' graduatingfrom I I June 16 Rev. Ran Humphries; I'I'I conditions and basic anti-subma- Rich, flat finish hides surface

social hour.Philips'. done in a short time that there fa i mony Saturday evening June 4, to a cap of satin stars showered Chipola Jr. College, returned ,: June 23 Rev. J. W. Keen; and marine warfare missions. I imperfections. Dries in ihin
great hope for vast improvementin I in the First Baptist Church Miss with pearl teardrops. She carrieda home for the summer on June 6. June 30 Rev. John Dozier. I II He completed his training by '
the immediate future. Vera Annette Crosby 'became the white Bible topped with a cascade Jimmy will work at Rayonier un- I qualifying with eight landings a- 'i sites Clean up with soap and
Efforts than
Entertain were begun more
The chairman asked for volunteers bride of Dennis Leon Davis. of white feathered carnationsand til September when he will enrollat conduct servicesfor board the aircraft carrier USS water.

Orchid Society At for several circle jobs. Mrs. The Rev. James T.. .Dunnam, satin ribbons centered with a the University of Georgia.; a year the ago to who visit Lexington in the Gulf of Mexico.
and Mrs. performed the double ring many campers NEW DU
Burns, Mrs. Mathews pastor white purple throated orchid. PONT
Cookout Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jameson this area each summer. Carl Gn-1
Meeting o'clock
rites 7:30
Brackett offered their help. at : before a Her only ornament was a single
will spend the weekend in Tampa len, former director of Fort Donald Willis nAggressive HOUSE
The treasurers report given by large assemblage of friends and strand of pearls.
I Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. B. Philips the outgoing treasurer, Mrs. J. J. relatives. where Mr. Jameson will attend a'' Clinch, has done much to make i USS I In LUCITE PAINT
For her daughter's wedding, these services I II
.. entertained the Jacksonville Orchid class reunion. They will stay with possible.
bal.
Hamilton, showed a June 11 The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Crosby wore a lovely beige tlAWfUL CQLQKS AND ttiTtRMlXEt
Society at their home in ; relativies. I Gil Becker, the present direc NATO Mine Exercise
of $52.44.Discussions Mrs. Thomas Y. I
Mr.
Crosbyand
ance and ,with
eyelet dress complemented a
Amelia on Sunday June 2. tor, has been very interested and
i about two missionary the bridegroom's parents are purple orchid. She wore a beige I :Marcia Townsend returned to
The assembled at 3 helpful in locating area on the I USS Aggressive (FHTNC) -i:
group I families who are helped by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis. hat and bone accessories.Mrs. Georgia Southern College for a .
park grounds.If
oVJqck for the final meeting of ; the Ella Hardee circle, were tab) William Donald Willis shipfit- !
Yt'ar. Mrs. Ike Shiver organist rend- Davis mother of the summer course after being home this type of worship service !
the
ed until the July meeting. ter fireman apprentice USN, son '
ered of nuptial musicas several days with her parents.
a program bridegroom chose a becoming I is a success here they will be begun
Following the meeting a steak I It was announced that a covered the guests assembled. Miss pink lace dress, worn with match- in other State Parks in Flor- of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Willis I
was prepared and the I I Dish Supper honoring Rev. JohnL. Lauree Myers of Waycross was
supper Lucy Dyal was soloist and rend ing hat and bone accessories. Her ida. of 312 North 14th Street is a :
group enjoyed an outdoor party Jones and his family who are I ered "Whither Thou Goest" and the guest of Sharon Hall last I
also purple orchid' member of the minesweeper
'' corsage was a I I crew ocean
beside the lake. About forty five leaving for another pastorate "I Love You Truly." She softly week. When Lauree returned to I
enjoyed the affair. 'I would be held June 12, at 6:30. I "The Lord's Prayer" as the Immediately following; the .ceremony Waycross Sharon accompanied her Ensign D. V. Sloan USS Aggressive a unit
sang
Lovely arrangements and plantsof I'I The meeting was ended with the benediction.A a reception was held in the for a return visit. j To Attend SchoolAt of the Atlantic Fleet Mine Forces LUCITE

cattleya vanda and phalanopis :: benidiction repeated by all mem-I Social Hall of the church. !I which recently participated in House Pain*
background of banked McFarland is home from
used mag- Mrs. Leon Jones cut the handsome Jimmy NAS
orchids were at vantage bers. Glynco
t I i i nolia leaves and native Jr. College to spend the NATO minesweeping exercises. !
points in the home. greenery three-tier wedding cake. Chipola I : t Jfrsa +f
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wade of I I Jimmy Ewing came home May with white floor baskets of white served by Miss Brenda Beard and summer with his parents Mr. I USS Southerland (FHTNC) The Aggressive normally oper-

Jacksonville were co-hosts with 29 for the summer. He attends the glads an.d chrysanthemums, pro- Miss Muriel Nickelson. Miss and Mrs. H. J. McFarland. Navy Ensign Deward V. Sloan Jr. ats out ot'.Charleston. S. C. r

II I *.CoL and Mrs. Philips. I University of Georgia. vided a beautiful setting for the Kathy Walters and Miss Jerri I Dean Oxley who attended La- : son of Mrs. Stella M. Sloan recently -
: wedding Branched candelabra
party. Robinson nresided at the_ punch reported to the Naval Air ,
-0 n Grange.College this is home I
holding lighted Cathedral : year Technical Training Center at the
for the summer. Dean will work Nassau Building
tapers cast a soft glow over the bowl.Miss
Naval Air Station, Glynco, Ga., to
r setting. Rachel Mattox kept the at Container during the week and i!
attend Air Controlman School. Wibe7
bride's book. lifeguard at Little Talbiid Island ,
Miss Julia McKendree was the as Naval Air Technical Training & Supply Co.
For their wedding trip to the on weekends.Mr. I
LOW ON f fCASH..W bride's maid of honor and only Smoky Mountains, Mrs. Davis Center Glynco is a large Navy I WANT
attendant. She handsome facility consisting of 131
wore a and Mrs. C. W. Tuten left I training
wore a three piece summer suit 1129 S. 8th St. Ph. 261.36.18DuPont
.- street length frock of mint green their children, Larry Richard Jam'6and I officer courses and seven enlisted I
of and white seersucker,
brocade, featuring a boat neckline green Donna, with Mrs. Tuten's ; schools. Graduates of the various !
and cap sleeves with bell- with, a white sleeveless blouse I mother Mrs. E. H. Junck of 723 training programs are assigned : Paints
and the orchid from her bridal
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\ ; shape skirt. She wore a pillboxhat bouquet. She wore white accessor I North Fletcher Ave. while they duties in naval aviation units. i ... j ._
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ies. .
: with a circular veil caught with I Jekyll Island. .
matching brocade ribbons. She Upon their departure, the ,

wore white slippers and carrieda couple was showered with rice Bobby Fussell returned home 'i l
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bouquet of pink feathered car- from miniature rice bags presented May 31 from Georgia Southern to

nations. I to each guest spend the summer with his par. I
Bill Crosby, brother of the Upon their return the couple I ents and work at Rayonier. /AjcrH; Hold On To
k and Frizzled by the Heat ? bride, served as best man. Ushers I will be with their parents until I i iI I I

were Melvin Davis and Vinnis I Pvt. Davis leaves June 24 .to report Janell Page of Alma Ga., and s

Pipkin. for duty at Ludendorff Kas- CClinton Headly of Albany, Ga., I

r Given in marriage by her father erne, Kornwestheem Germany for spent the weekend with Janice Your Hat !

MkI the bride was radiant in her an 11-month assignment.Out Sentell.
wedding gown of white silk organza -I or'town guests were, Mrs. I IFive
Paul Hanson left June 12 for
and re-embroidered lace. I Ruth Mattox, Miss Jimmie Jane
J Chipola Jr. College, where he will
The fitted lace bodice was en- Mattox, Miss Louise Mattox,
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hancd with a rounded neckline of : Miss Rachel Mattox, Mrs. take a summer course. Paul came

l lace scallops and long tapered lie E. Harden, :Miss Sharon char-I home June 3 for a short visit

sleeves ending in lily points over I den, Miss Karen Harden, with his parents.

the wrists. The bouffant floor : Folkston Ga., Mrs. Vera LiCousi I Russell Harvey returned home t Points Grocery

length skirt of silk organza pois- : and daughter Karen, of Jacksonville May 29 from LaGrange College.
You don't need cash for I
I ed over rustling "I do" taffeta, :Mrs. Irene Wright of West I Russell lives in Amelia City.
fell in soft folds from the princess Palm Beach, Mrs. W. J. Crosby i I I
waistline. Her elbow length and Mrs. W. H. Flood of Yulee. I I Tom Bailey, a former residentof /

''r comfort Get. __ __ ____ _--n-_._ -- ---'- summer.Fernandina Tom, is attends in town Catawba for the I' t- And Hardware


Annie. Brown Circle Helen Hayes Circle College.Mr. I

Meets I Monday With Meets In JuneWith and Mrs. Lynn Haddock I

Mrs. spent Sunday with,Mrs. Haddock's
Bond SappThe :
Mrs. Fred ;
brirant mother,, ':Irs..)Mar phal Knowlei; HAS BEEN NAMED.

I The Annie Brown Circle of Helen Hayes Circle of the .I and family in'.Green Cove-Sprinis.1 / I i ..: .,<. .

Memorial Methodist Church met First Baptist Church met at the Mr. and Mrs. Warren II. How

June 11 at the home of Mrs. Fred home of :Mrs. G. E. Sapp on June ard and sonard and son

Bond, with ten members present 11. The devotion was given by

The president Mrs. Bond, welcomed Mrs. Roy Key. I ard and son Paul of Fort Worth,

Central Air Conditioning members and called for the The program "What Is Royal Texas were the guests of Mr. I GENERAL ELECTRICDEALER
secretary and treasurer's reports. Service," was presented by the and Mrs. Charles W Howard for 0

The Spiritual ,Life program was, program chairman Mrs. Ike the past week.
"Looking for the .Perfect Church", Shiver assisted by Mrs. Jack I

NO MONEY DOWN36 given by Mrs. Ferris Jones. I Hamriek, Mrs. E. P. Fachko, Mrs.I Mrs. James McGahee her niece her sons Patricia
Terry
"The Art of Traveling" was Key Mrs. J. C. Bennett Jr., and Sonny and
McGahee, all of Waycross,
TO PAY selected by Miss Lyn Hitchcockas Mrs. Leroy McKee.
MONTHS
the Missionary ducation pro- The circle chairman, Mrs. Fach-I. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Solomon and FOR THIS AREA
I son, Jimmy of Jacksonville, were
the business
ko, presided over
gram. ,
Low First Cost It was! reported.JK there were four meeting. A special offering will guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noah AND THE
recently.
visits made. The duties of the circle be taken at the July meeting for Solomon

Low Operating Cost for the new,year were reviewed the Christian Education Fund. Mrs. Donald Morrison and her

Combined Cooling and Heating System. ;.f, Everyone was urged to attend I daughters Linda, Donna Kay BARGAINS ARE TREMENDOUSBEFORE
The meeting was'closed with the the monthly meeting of the WMS and Kendra of Kenilworth, 111.,

Quiet Operation circle benediction.' at the church. are visiting her parents Mr. and I

Guards Your Family's Health It was announced that Mrs. E. Mrs. T. Howard Kelly at Kel's
Mrs. R. B. Lockwood S. Wilson and Miss Ida Ruth Hall Isle. Donna will remain with her YOU BUY Compare Our Prices Ont
6 Reduces Nervous Tension will be leaving June 19 for the grandparents until July 15.
$ Hostess Monday To Southern Baptist G. A. Conven
You And Eat Normally
Helps Sleep : tion in Memphis, Tenn. i Dan Morse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Air Conditioners e Freezers
Edna Davis CircleThe
I Cleans The Air Ypu Breathe The circle members welcomed Jack Morse of Atlanta, Georgia,

Mrs. W. R. Gass as a visitor. I was commissioned an Ensign in
Edna Davis Circle
met at
H refreshments United States Navy on May Electric .
served
hostess the Ranges
M"rI.e_ the home of Mrs. R. B. Lockwood, The t Refrigerators
at the close of the meeting. 119 at the Officers Training
afternoon at 3:30.
l i Mad ky AwMn'.tww.tt s,..> Monday School in Newsport News, Conn.;)
Mrs. W. W. Stewart Jr. chairman I Televisions
Machines t
UliiU U Ididtatlel H .fi 4 Air I After a visit home with his par Washing
welcomed the ten
membersand Miss
IKTCI IUT1U I UUIt J. .., C..411111\11I" uW.tw Xs.tlnLPGAS in ents and brother, John, Ensign i
one visitor, Mrs. B. F. Dick yBirthday I
ens, WJ3.C.S. president. Celebrates I Morse left for Norfolk, Virginia : e Dishwashers e Stereos
be will be stationed.
: where I II
The meeting opened with .
prayer At Campout Party
and Mrs. L. K. Nolan gave the I Mrs. Ernest Valero left this I I And A Full Line of Small Appliances
devotional on "Receipe for a Little Miss Cindy Justice cele- i, week for Miami to visit family Jd I
I Hanpy New Year. brated her 10th birthday on June friends accompanying Mrs. Valero I j I

DELIVERYAND The Missionary Education was 7, with an overnight camping on the trip were Mrs. James 11.1{ ALL THE ABOVE ITEMS NOW IN STOCK

given by Mrs. Lockwood on, "Pak. party at Fort Clinch. Her parents, 'Lee and her niece, Sarah Louise I II
A istan." Mrs. J. P. Justice were .
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i 22551461 SERVICE officers to serve for the coming The guests enjoyed a spaghetti I and Mrs. M. W. Brunson

YULEE, FLA. year and rminded members of I supper Friday evening, followed and their three sons, Mark, Michael WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING
the covered dish supper at the with party refreshments. The I and Doug of Buernos Aires, \

church Wednesday at 6:30 for Rev.: large cake was frosted in pale i Argentina, South America, arrived J -

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GAS !Jones and family. I'pink with big roses and "Happy i in the states on June 1, where :,! '"'',
: There were nineteen visits made.I Birthday Cindy" encircled with

I July meeting is to be at the home I 10 lighted candles. ; FIVE POINTS GROCERY AND HARDWAREAT
& APPLIANCE CO. i lof Mrs. F. F. Mullis. Enjoying the occasion were, Olivia Patrick Mary Julia Brew-
J White Jenny Alverson, Ann.Robu. II III
Debbie Suriano, Sally ,i ton
FLORIDA Jimmy Gordon, son of Mr. and Jamie White Julie Lee Jane and : Pam Kittrell Cynthia and Kathy I FIVE POINTS PHONE 261.5205 I

I _... YULEE, I Mrs. Dick Gordon, has returned Betsy Philips, Sylvia Pendleton,I Piper Janice Tiner, Lucy Libby ,- !

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The VA To Increase *I: Awards Livestock and Poultry-
11I Rayonier I
d ..; ?V '( Teams, and was selected as one

of the delegates to represent the

L Garden Basket Dependent Benefits Blountstown Youth' chaptr at tee State PFA For-
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I vt estry Camp last summer. He has

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To write weekly of garden subjects ese hibiscus which has not been All children and dependent parents Daytona Reach, Fla Randy i 19 3.6t

j is to be keenly aware of the able to take the rigorous winters t of deceased veterans will receive Shelton a 15-year-old sophomore :
of and roadside an increase of about 10 per- in the Blountstown High School,
garden
timing of late years. To us it is typicalof St. Peter's Plans
plants to accomplUh a succession the sweet relaxed mornings of cent in their monthly: dependency was presented the third RayonierFPA

of year round bloom or decorative 'I early summer. As a'child w? learned ?n .. and indemnity compensation pay Forestry Scholarship from Bible School To
ments as the result of a law enacted the Rayonier Fouwlation by Ernest .
value. i to associate it with the summer
4 y'v by the 88th Congress and Begin June 1 18
Wy P. Davis Resident ManaO'er
a.'I ,
: table.. It is.
. This is the season of the althea; morning, breakfast
signed by the the
President, Vet-,
Rajonier Southeast Timber Division
" that reliable relative of the more morning freshness personified. We 1 I St. Peter's Episcopal Church
d 4 z : erans Administration announced Fernandina Bench, for his '
but tender Chin. have been gathering collection #
flamboyant more ; a r.r e. 1+. today. will conduct a Vacation Bible
: of altheas during the last several I outstanding accomplishments in i Sch*l beginning Tuesday, June
'. The increased payments will be Forestry. ;I
by the slow but thoroughly : ( t
years I :x .a ;.i : ; t : .c i 118 at 9:30: a.n.
satisfactory method of ,'rooting i automatic, and will be included in I The $500 Scholarship will enable '
EXPERTAUTO any cuttings we can l latch onto. I' r .. ;:. +,. .J121 the July checks mailed to reach ; Randy to attend college} after I i'I' The theme for the two-week
school is "Walking with God.
beneficiaries about Auguct 1 I
We don't keep them labeled so we graduation from high schoolin i I '
I ; 1963, Thomas G. Hall, Nassau 1965. He is the son of Mr. 1 I Classes are being organized for
surprise
are always anticipating a
PICTURED IN THEIR BALLET NUMBER "A Wonderful Guy" from "SOUTH P A. :
when the plant puts on buds for County Service Officer, explained. and Mrs. E. G. Shelton. I pre-school youngsters, beginning
,
CIFIC" are these students of the Bean School. From left to right, I
: There is no need to write the
BODY the first time. They come in many During his two years in Voca !i at three years of age, and for
Jan Dickens Sherrie Thomas Carole Debbie Rogers Vickie' Beckham Susan :. 'I
shades and variations from pure Cough, VA.A I tional Agriculture, he has clanted school children through the 6th
I white through pink and lavenderto f Fizer and Brenda Leeper. Their, costumes, with long Tutu skirt, were of pale blue I child,' now J receiving $70 per I 5,000 pine seedlings and 500 cedar ,1!!

f AND rose red and blush! purple plus satin and net trimmed with royal blue sequins. Registration for fall classes in ballet i month, will receive, $77 per month I trees, harvested 11 fence posts, cut grade.

'changes in eye zones, and as you tap, modern jazz and acrobatic, may b 2 made by calling 2613182. under the cw- law Hall pointed and sold 23 cords of pulpwood and |i Daily sessions will run from
PAINT REPAIRS and doub-- out. '" >! 9:30: until noon each day except
t know, there are singles I' I sold 841 board fet of lumber. He :
and There
' les. A friend brought us a bouquetof {imentation with plants of this Two children, currently receiving controlled hardwood on 10 acres, Saturdays Sundays. are
& Mon. the Han Theatre : 'in each
Showing Sun. at still several \acaaeies
the double peppermint stripe I family in the past few years, has dependency. and indemnity I pruned 3 acres, thinned 5 acres Pre-schoel I and
1 variety with the idea that we been done and an entire evening's ; corapensation\checks: : amounting and made in improvement on t: /group Junior.- .Primary

\ would use them,for rooting. Each lecture is on the program of the I to $100''knipnlh, will receive 20 acres. Also he is gum farming -
stem bad'so many unopened, buds' Garden Club Short Course at the $110 equally 'divided between 210 faces for turpentine. I There will be a staff meeting

however; that we have kept, most University of Florida which we them under ;{he ,new .law. I His, supervised farming program Monday, June 17, at 9:30 am. in
I of them for ,a Jong \tasting ,bouquet r Wu half Whitney Hall. The Rev. James
plan to attend the latter part of three 'children, receiving $130 I also includes interestin
The flowers last but ,a day j the month. We are looking forwar" per month,, 'will! ,receive $143 per 5 beef cows, along with many ,: EHisor will be Director of the

but many of the buds will continue !! to hearing it and to bringing, the {z month equally, .divided between I improvement projects and supplementary school.
to open in the house. Accordingto information to you in this column.No them. farm jobs. I

authorities, long standing in doubt many of the South If there ate more than three 'Randy has served as a memberof
water for stems that are to be rooted Georgians will smile at our ignorance .1 children, each' additional child, several Chapter Committee; also -I' 1r01mr. HELP SMOKEY

U not recommended, the best of a native shrub which grows w, now receiving" $25 a month, will l he has participated in the PREVENT
: method being to keep the leaves on the edge of swamps in that receive $28 a month. under the I BEAR
SEE USFor fresh by wrapping in wet mossor section shrub have wantedto >r -- -------
a we new law. FOREST FIRES'
paper and the stem ends out of first it I of ) etch : c'
identify since we saw In the case! of dependent parents their present payment $50
water. The althea, however, ii avery than We first with will be increased to $55 each
An Estimate more ten years ago. living together an an- under .- IN THE SOUTH!
i easy subject to root.: We love I saw it from a train window, bloom I nual income of less than $1,000 the new law. I i
the statement about it that it -- .- -- -- -- --- -----
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On ,A ing along with the swam'p sweet -- --- ---- -
.. thrives best in well-drained soil, I bay and looking very much like it, c_. I ,
Small. I Dent which on a ,way justifies our sins in fact so much like the bay that a e 1.Ott'

of omission vith regards to the we took it for a pink variety of JULANNE SCHOOL OF THE DANCE
Or AComplete. I watering chore. As you know, it is that plant We mentioned it to ''I
"'" ; a fairly tall deciduous shrub. I our father who was a student with

,. Paint I We have teen interested in the 'an immense amount of varied information j ANNOUNCES SUMMER CLASSES FOR

.M JoblASSERRE : number of. altheas blooming in who replied that there y i A 1.

,: gardens of South 'ICth, Street, feeling was a pink bay. However, ,our We .i Beginners: Intermediates 0 Advance Ballet
fruitless searchings ia books on
i 0 sure that cuttings have been I'native wild flowers of this area Toe Dance

shared with neighbors and successfully ,! led us to doubt the correctness of A1 .

f MOTOR CO. rooted, to add beauty to his statement. We happened recently -
I new gardens. to make a trip into Georgia Young Robert Waller seizes; Kirk Douglas' wrist and deflects a
r 8th Street Ph. 261-3819 Altheas to the great'm:1lI noticed the bloom- bullet meant to 'kill a Korean tear prisoner in tins; scene fromMetroGoldirnMaer''s
belong pink
and again
I I powerful new drama, "TVie !lark," Cecchetti Method of Classical l
of Much I shrub. We questioned ,
i I family plants. exper- ing an acquaintance afso starring lick Adams, with Enrique Magalona and
-- at our destination and NFhemial&PersoJco-starred. The picture,fdmeil f'anaiiVori;

i for no better name, called it pink 'large!)'on a vartimefreifhter,produced b.)" Hilliam I'erlberg Ballet

I bay. The acquaintance did not and directed b): George Seaton J .
.
I correct the name and even repeated '. .
l it, saying that the pink '

J I was not really a bay (the white Junior High School Too Late To Classify T 'A' Graded System :,

.bay isn't either for that matter, : 'J'' .
1 f magnolia which is on Flor ANTIQUE WHITE PIANO -
being a e :
I 1I ida's conservation list) and not Honor RollFifth French Provincial spinet, with ENROLLMENT OPENS .;

but sort of bench. $275. Phone ,.' /
I It really even a flower, a 2C15382.J20c I '. ', THURSDAY, JUNE' 13 MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM .. :
f lrt 'a mirage or reflection hard ,to ex- Grade-"A" average for '- .... .
,.' plain. More mystified than ever I .rI

i :. (\,wild determined to get_ to_ the_ bottom :I the Vizcarrando year: Mary, Gail Godwin Galphin, ,Wayne Jane ROSEWOOD MELODIAN -. :' ,Foe Details Call 2GL.1287, r 2G1-a1R0= .; .
7
.., ...w<' : of the matter, on road the shoulder return i I Stouffer, Anne Hardee and Mar- 1840's.' Working condition. $200..I, JULANNE OWENSTeacher MRS. GUY PUDLEJY Pianist
found safe
a
trip
I we
t -.' cia Miller. Phone 2C1-5382. J20c
t... i adjacent to a fairly accessibleeno "A" and "B" for the .. .
shrub. and I average -----=-- ---------
,
;imon.. ..
.../.>.. nf the pink
-:- ii- ', *' .: ,' i I Pi'with the fear of snakes plus a I Ii year: Jan Seville, Jill Seville, Judy
:
,
,
.".1 1 ,,', ", .',MJ'. .i guilty feeling that we might be i(! Alday, Marjorie Merrow, Connie For non-stop Vacation Fun working rubber on the road. As result. you get

I f : trespassing on Georgia's Conservation Entzminger, Dwight Key, Bobby more mileage-because 'the load is spread over :
small
t :i flowered Laws stem we of acquired the perplexing a I Hernandez, Bobby Burton, Beth count more surface, reducing the strain on each individual :
t : on Iongrunning'A $
as r i plant It proved' to be older'.than' Long Mike McMonacjle, Johnny point.j\nd'ou get safer,surer stops from .;, :
McClane, Thea Laine McKendree ,
home ,
I we thought but on reaching Want the happiest ATLAS' better traction-plus easier steering, 'j
\ and' a book on native plants we Vickie Nelson, Suszanne Shiver, IAS TIDCC
easily identified it as .a memberof I Susan Stewart, Janice Lewellan, 11 it CO vacation eirThen, less side-slip on turns, real control: Our famous ;

a' the madder: family, making it I Rhonda Crews, Barbara Broadwater keep your mind on theroad, not on your tires! Twin Guarantee is honored by 50,000 ATLAS : :

related to such plants' as ixoras, I I Cliff Fox, Lynn Bryan, Car- And you.will if you'trayel onihe new ATLAS dealers in 50 states and Canada.Come in today! '
gardenias, the tropical coffee men Hogan, SaUl Johnson, 'Jul.I
,
I M \\r shrubs and the: cinchona trees of I anne Owens, Sherian Wilsher, Bob-- Plycron, the tire that J puts up to 25% more STANDARD OIL COMPANY, (KENTUCKY)
\ Y mc
t South ,Ameriea'from whose bark Willis Glenda
4II I Our in by Christian, Mary ___, .,.. ____ __ ,_u_.__.___. ..,__
quinine is acquired. plant Tama Ball, and Fonda Brauda.
L
question, which grows from North
Sixth Grade-"A" for
I average
t
: South Carolina,
goes
Florida to
,
the Linda White
I 1p.A year: Hugh Sto
I h I under common names of Georgia ne, Gail Cook, Janice Giddens, Ed. ,,
Tree its scientificname p R ti
hark or Fever : r
II a being Pinckneya pubens in ward. Hardee, and William Mitchell. ., kv y, .Y
f
honor of General Charles Cotes
s South Caro- 1 !#A" and "B" average, for the ,., rR f r y 1q
9
worth Pickney, a M. ra
V
linian of fame in RevolutionaryDays. ,i, year:. Victoria Beckham, Carolyn,

r p '' .ti The flower is a terminal Crews,' Carol Goagh, Lowell Hall! .
\I 4 + cluster of small tubular brownish 'j Patricia Pendleton, Sherry, Thomas tr ; 1
a rr I Sharon Tinsley" Candace k
flowers interspersed with ;, rte
tI t green which broad leaver of white : Youngblood, Jane Philips, Beth
I M iRay are the i| Stewart, Paul Schrantz, Ronnie
and pink that give apperanceof
I large flowers. These white and : Van Alstyne, Ann Carter, JoAnn
Nelson, Vicky Robas Shiver
Laroyne -
leaf-like structures are actuallY I R wt
pink '
transformed calyx lobes, '! Shan Barta, Benjamin Dick- -

; l I one or two of which are scattered I jens, Mike Jones, Betty Batchelor, qi

on the outer edge of each cluster. Roxanne Childs, Jan Dickens, Mark .
|We were able to satisfy our con- 1 i Hix, Stewart Pikula, Kathy Piper, .'. '<'' ;
Darlene Suriano, Patricia West k
sciencce too by ascertaining that StJ N. t + f, s' Ri
conservationlaw Cecil Ennis, Rowland MacDonald,
we had broken no
\ of a neighboring state unlessit Ralph White, Shirley Vonnoh, Fa- r ftr
ye Thompson, Doris Rowland, Hazel ,
is a law enacted since 1961, at ; S "h 'r' r
Meeks, Tom Hord, Pegfey Fowler -
which time authoritativesource
our
Susan Fizer, Mary Jane Edens: :;
published. i
care-free fashions was ,
!I Tommy Corbett and Irene Ball. '
This seems to us a most inter I II ai r '
I I I Seventh Grade-"A" and "B" w t
e + that give mother break esting shrub, and we would cer y
a I average for the year: Mark Bean, 4' w B a1 w ,( b t
;
.. '! information James Burns, Charles Hahn, Billy
i Taylor, Diane Davis Janice Hollis
I '
who know
our townspeople more
Linda Sapp, Carolyn Breeden, Ch-
tooARROW do and
: about it than we may even
I mone Moore, Martha Partin, David
l tell
:.. have interesting ,legends to
Allison Susan Ann
: Forhand
concerning it. It is said that the
f: bark has been used medicinally.It I McLean, Dene Henderson, Robert 'tJ sk
DECTON ;' I is ever by chance erroneously Johnson, Lee Key, Eddie Libby,

referred to as pink bay? One Geor Tommy Lohman, Marilyn Miller .
Dress Shirtswtih and Jimmy Saunderson.
farm had informal
gia we passed an n
hedge! of the Pinckeya growingin Eighth Grade"A" average for 7 rrti

comfortable short sect'eiLuxury a rather low spot. the year: Kathy Allison, Diane
Bean, Celeste Hardee and Janice

fashion that delights Dad .wash and wear\ Svseatt d ,
3 n
easy-care that pleases Motherl! Wash as you will, w ? 1 rtir "A" and "B" average for the
Arrow Decton, a superb blend of 65% Dacron v l year: Ted Anderson, Cranville ,, ,
and 35% cotton looks Burgess, Wesley Poole. Frank Fi- e ( r / 4l
polyester great without, ..
I ,
ala Connie ,
Cargal Kathy Rowe,
ironing. .. perfect with just touch
a up. ,
Lewis
Floyd Lucile DuBoise, Gail \
Fabulously long wearing, too. Mitoga-tailored Hunter, Harry Mills Barbara Al-

for impeccable fit, "Sanforized Plus" labeledto verson, Johnny Scarboro, Young STANDARD

assure permanent fit and wash-and-wearabiGY t Hall, Emma Lee Fiege, Kenneth

Cool short sleeves for added comfort, choice of y urn :Byrd, Jon Belcher, Joe Weather ,

famous collar styles. .. 111EG N+Elpll j ford, Margie Johnson and Hang

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.r i, Other Styles fromJ$2.99'PA.RTIN'S $ fti TrEcEwos i t i -

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... P Y' HOMECOMING AT BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH was held June 2, when all records
.,. ,
,:. ) ') s ww ../ ,r.c were broken with an attendance of 127 at Sunday School. The day marked the closing -

,t. Ti1 N of a Sunday School Campaign. Rev. Barney Johns, pastor of Sunnyside Baptist

..... : o n r Church in Waycross, Ga., brought the message at the 11 a.m. worship sen ice.
Photo bj T H King
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-.... ....:.. .' Sale Is Hailed : office's intentions on renewing Church of God
., 9: | licenses as soon as he learns whether -
l' : C the new bill becomes law or To Open Revival
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,: : ; is vetoed by the Meanwhile -
governor
:: On Boat LicensesBy .I Monday EveningThe
JOYCE GOODBREAD SHIRLEY BOYETT t he said, no new boat registrations -

Valedictorian Salutatorian \ will be accepted and there Church of God, 4th and

f: 1 1 ..(7 Tax CollectorNassau 'will be no re-registrations. Cedar Sts., will conduct a revival
i
,7 Hall said that under the new beginning Monday, June 17, at

23 Seniors Awarded Diplomas At YuleeThe County Tax CollectorIra law, the annual cost of licenses' 7:30 p.m.
Y! I Hall announced yesterday that would be: Boats less than 12 feet, The evangelist will be Rev

i I no powerboat license' will be sold! $1.50; 12 to 16 feet, $5.50; 16 to James Shope, who will bring the
JIIe' ;x ... .. r annual Commencement ex- Shirley Boyett "A College until final action is taken on a 26 feet. $10.50; 26 to 40 feet $30.
ercises of the Yulee High School I, Education." I I powerboat licensing bill i which 150; 40 to 65 feet, $50.50; 65 tollO messages each e\ening.
THE "HANSEL AND GRETEL BALLET' was delightfully presented by the Junior were held Friday, May 31, in the Joyce Goodbread. "Our. Placein cleared the Legislature Monday feet, $60.50; and in excess of 110 I A cordial invitation is extendedthe

students of the Julanne School of the Dance, at a matinee performance on June 1 at school auditorium, with diplomas Society." I After passage by the Senate and feet, $75.50. publicSO .

the Municipal Auditorium. A scene shows, back row, from left, Debbie Powell, Gladys awarded to 23 seniors by John T.I. Receiving diplomas were: Shirley I House, the bill was sent to the --

Douglass, Vicki Saunderson and Mar)yam MHIsaps. On steps, in front from left, Kim Weisner, Superintendent of Public Lynn Boyett, Emma Patricia governor's office for final action.

Gregory, Nancy Cenek, Bobby Pyron, and the witch, Suzanne Weatherford., (Ad\) Instruction. i i Cady, Rodney Murray Camp, Hall said that under the law
Joyce Goodbread was given the :i Ralph Edgar Crisp, John Lewis now in effect Florida \ SIMPLE
_- Photo by T, H King __ __ _' _. ..J- ..J- J... I Valedictorian Award and Shirley I Day, Jr., Francis David Flood, i I powerboatswith ::
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motors 10
horsepower or
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Bojett the Salutatorian Award. Joyce Lovett Goodbread, William : '
more are required to be registered FLEXIBLEThat's
'x The Junior Ballet students of Francis Flood was presented the Norris Harris! Harry Leroy Johns, 'I I and licensed every two years. He YET SO ..
the Julanne School of the Dance Lions Club Achievement Award. Mary Juanita Johnson, Revere said the deadline for the new ,, '
< ';. .. ; l presented a matinee prformancof Music was provided by the Pearce Jones, Jr., Ernest Leroy !: registration and license is July 1.
Hansel and Gretel Ballet, music combined Yulee School Band. I I Knowles, Sandra Lee Levy, Paula I .. exactly what customers ,
: I According to Hall, the proposed
ay llumperdinelv, The addresses by i Mae Livingston, Joyce Elaine I i
on Saturday, were given I law I say about G.A.C.'s personalized loan :
action the '
s awaiting by
June 1 at the Municipal Auditor the top-ranking Seniors as follows Marcum, Muriel Jean Nickelson, i I governor : ,.
I requires an annual licensing service. You'Ulike it too!
ium. : : Hartford Wayne: Peeples, Frances 1 ,
J I I and registration by July 1 and in-
r Sandra "The Advantages Annette Rigdon, Joseph Phillip
". Ballerinas in their order of appearance Levy the fees for licenses. However
creases -
of a High School Edu- Robinson, Charles Kenneth Smith, I'
I" 1 were, Stepmother, Vicki
Hall said, the fee increase
I
Waas; The Father, Nancy White; I cation." Barney Strickland, Jr., James ,! would be more than offset by the Under our plan, you can get money for almost
Francis Flood "Threats to Louis Taylor, Avery Dale Walt
Hansel, Peggy Galphin Grelel, -
; ; i fact the bill pending action would anything and everything on terms.to suit your
1
y 'R. Cathy Cay Campbell; Mushrooms, Our Society ers. 1j
exempt powerboats from personal
Gladys and Gertrude Douglass; I -'-- j property tax. pocketbook. What's more, the cash you want

K ) Pink Lollipops, Rhonda Harding, Hall said he will announce his can be in your hands almost as'soon as you
k I Betsy Davis and Joni Lee; Sandman i Local Students [tiPIET 1 ask for it!

a't t Fairy, Chrissy Bohannon; i
Angels, Kim Gregory, Nancy t tf Q gotten man." With Father's Day
Each
Cenek, Robin O'Leary, Maryam Win DivisionIn )( coming up the solons felt they loans t9 $600
up
Mill&aps and Bobby Pyron; Dawn should ease in a plug for him.

Fairies, Vicki Sanderson, Fran County Meet Iy BILL P1NNIY Sen. Estes Kefauver introduced -
a'q Watson, Debby Powell; and the a bill to establish a new agency O.A.C.
Witch, Suzanne Weatherford.Also Wasn't it just too wonderful for called "The Office of Consumers." FINANCE
"Pas deDeux" Fernandina Beach swept to victory the ILS Senate to show so much So many consumers are withoutan
presented was a CORPORATION
in both Junior and Senior
by Julie Lee and Cliff concern? .1 office these days, you know
r' Divisions of The Nassau County I Sen. Paul had "truthin
"consumer Douglas
I mean them having a PAYMENTS
FQX. From the Musical Comedy I AMOUNT FOft ,
I-, t Annual Mathematics Meet held at day" like they did last Thursday, lending" bill designed to eli-
{ Dept., numbers presented were, I YOU GET MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS I 12 MONTHS
;!: .. I the Hilliard School on the morning devoting the whole session to con- minate at least some of the lying I
"Chinse Jazz" Linda White
J Y by S 75.00 S 5,06 S 5.1,7 S 7.55
of 15.
:t May in the racket.
: loaning
'. J _. sumers.
"Something For Cat" by Jimmy
Julanne I I Four schools in the County participated Of course this may not become And Sen. Phil Hart presenteda 160.00 S 9.(9 10.79 11.67 16.11
Bush, Gail Galphin,
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"DUEL OF THE TITANS' starring Steve Reeves, will bill for in 1,25.00 24.86 28.35 30.69 1,2.50
Owens, Jr., Cindy Justice, and I I entering three contestants i an annual event. The senators : calling honesty packaging -
be one of the big double features playing Friday and Saturday Sam Millsaps. in each of the six divisions. sometimes, very rarely, of course, I.i which is bound to draw 600.00 31.39 39.31 1,2.66 59.35
at the Ilan Theatre. Sharing the bill will be "Ma I Points were awarded as follows: have to watch political trends. i bitter opposition from retailers. It

and Pa Kettle." Other Swing"dances and included"Tappin'"Roaring20's On The first place-5; second place-1; I II The non-consumers a minority ,' is a rather drastic measure calling 308 Atlantic Avenue
I third place-3; fourth place-2; in this country may demand for a return to the 16 ounce
-- .' -- --" '-. -' .. .- i! Stairs," by Eddie Justice, Jim and fifth place-1. .I the senators dedicate them a day pound. Ftrnandlna Beach,Florida

,. Bush y4 Time"and and Cliff"Soft Fox,Shoe and "Tap Vodvil"in In the Junior High Division, results with oratorical 'hogwash just like It was a great day for all con Telephone 261.3681
had. sumers. One on which the senate
we consumers
I by Bunny Puletti. were as follows: I 1 On our day the senators 1 I heaped high praise on us i instead, Offict Hours Daily >-5; Wednesday t Saturday M 12

IShiell's Swap Shop I The senior students of the Jul- Seventh Grafc Arithmetic'First ered us with oratorical show-I I of a routine day on which the solons ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE
place Diane Davis, Fernan- 1
anne School presented their an- and promises of help for "the for- pile more high taxes on us.
nual Dance Concert on June 5 at dina Beach; Second place a three-I ---- -- .
I I way tie between: Robert Johnson, --
I IN I NEW LOCATION 8 p.m. at the auditorium. I Fernandina Beach, Caroline Breeden 1-
with
The opened a
j program Fernandina Beach and Walker LARGE
I "Mother and Daughter Ballet" by ,_4!: _
16 NORTH 4th ST. I Haddock, Hilliard; Fifth place -
I Julanne and Julanne, Jr.; ,a clas- I Gary Starling, Yulee. I

\ NEXT TO WESTERN UNION sical toe dance, "Dinertissment d' : Eighth Grade ArithmetiCFirst Eggs Dozen 47c

Faust," choreographed to Faust's place Celeste Hardee, Fernan- ,
R I Ballet music to show a ballet dina Beach; Second place Kathy F FROZEN
w Allison, Fernandina Beach Third i
LINE OF ; 1
COMPLETE dancers vocabulary, by Connie
I place Janice Sweat, Fernandina i

DOZIER I & GAY PAINTS"BEST I I Entzminger, Jeanne Entzmingerand Beach; Fourth place Carole John- \ Cubed Steaks ,10 For 89C
Linda White, and the corpade son, Hilliard; Fifth place JoAnn

FOR THE SOUTH" : ballet, Bunny Puletti, Roxie Jones, Yulee. II

Filler Childs, Suzanne Weatherford, Nineth Grade ArithmeticFirst (( ) PLUMROSE
Brushes Rollers Sandpaper
-
Vincent White: Hilliard
Penny Britton, Maria Deonas, place ,
Needs! Second place a three-way tie be- 'Canadian
: And All Painting Brenda Kinser, Beverly Bohannon, tween Sandra Moore, Fernandina Bacon 3 Ibs. 2,39BORDEN

I Donna Kline, Marsha Gregarthy, Beach; Ida Balas, Yulee; Doris

I Janice Tiner, Sally Johnson, Gin- Quarrier, Callahan; Fifth place -

New and Used Furniture Dishes ny Bibb, Julanne Owens, Jr., Sally Jim Corbett, Fernandina Beach.

Books Shoes Clothes White, Lynn Bryan, Kathy TOTALS
Gem Rolls
I I Piper, Julie Lee, LoLri Pyron, Fernandina Beach 27 2 Pkgs. 49c

__ Jamie White, Carolyn Snyder, Hilliard 10 I

"Come In And Browse Around" "Mary Julia Brewton, Frances Callahan Yulee 3 5 i' srAPS-

[u Bradley and Cindy Justice. In the Senior High Division, the 25 FREE

I "Make Believe" from Jerome results were:

I Kern's "Showboat," was a song Algebra I-First place Steve 604 Atlantic Ave.
FORMERLY ON SOUTH 8th ST. WITH PURCHASE OF EACH ITEM ABOVE
i and dance by Roxie Childs. "Gigi", Rich, Fernandina Beach; Second
NEXT TO ASKINS LAUNDROMAT a classical toe ballet, was per- Al Jones, Fernandina Beach; Third .--- _ --- .------- -- ---

'" U .- I formed by Judy Hahn; "Up on Thad Lee, Fernandina Beach; MAXWELL HOUSE FYNE TASTE Assorted Flavors
.T n n .. -- Your Toes," song and dance on Fourth Tommy Wade, Hilliard; I
toe by Bunny Puletti; "Lovely Fifth Mike Allison, Hilliard.

Ballerina," a story ballet by Bar Algebra II-First a twowaytie Coffee 1 lb. Tin 59c Soft Drink 12 4c
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bara Becton'a1; Triste, an between Ted Steger, Fernan .
abstract ballet presented by Judy dina Beach and James Byrd, Fern LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
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Rear and Faith Britton. andina Beach; Third Marjorie I .
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Carolyn McGee, former pupil Rauschert, Fernandina Beach; I FOOD FAIR -

,r1 just returned from appearing in Fourth John Johns, Hilliard; GIANT
the Birmingham Little Theatre, Fifth Sandra Crawford, Hilliard.
sang "I Enjoy Being A Girl" and Plane Gecmetry-First David I Coffee 1 Ib. Tin 4.9c Suds

danced. A traditional classical bal- Stokes, Callahan; Second James'! Super SSc

let from Swan Lake was performed Gardner, Callahan; Third a two- LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER .
\ by Mary Julia Brewton, .
way tie between Kathy Hardee, -- -- -"-- -- -- -

.. Jamie White, Julie .tee' and Sally Fernandina Beach and Joyce Good- HEINZ 14 0%. Bot. j BESSIE LEE 1 lb. pkg. ; FYNE BAKE 4 pkgs.
White. bread Yulee Fifth
; Mike Rylant,

} t and"Never danced, Never by Land"Sally was Johnson.sung TOTALS Fernandina Beach. I CATSUP 18c j j Vanilla Wafers 19c j CAKE MIX $1.00Limit

'Slaughter on 10th Avenue", a Fernandina Beach 27'j One With $5.00 Food Order | LIMIT ONE : Assorted
modern ballet, choreographed to Callahan 9 -. -- ----. ----- --- -- -


t was Richard, Roxie danced Rodger's'Childs by Jeanne, Bunny" masterpiece Entzminger Puletti-,, TOTALS Yulee Hilliard For All Divisions 6 24 Wesson Oil 24 oz. 28e Food irOil 24 oz..25e

j Barbara Becton, Judy Hahn, Faith I
: zt Fernandina Beach 54 H LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER LIMIT OXE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
Britton and Linda White.
Hilliard 16 _. __ __n __ ___
The finale was a Gothic Ballet, Callahan 12
music Claude De Bussy's "Clairde Yulee 74'
1. Lune", by Julanne and all the The Fernandina Pirates, living I Summer Meat Specials Produce Bargains

senior students. up to their nick-names, took home j!
IN FLORIDA Both revues were choreographed both trophies. Cups were awarded j I'
by Julanne. Music was by Mrs. to the school scoring highest in''

DEER IS A NATURAL scenery Guy Dudley was, by school Mrs.pianist Faith, Brit-and Divisions.the Junior Each High contestant and Senior placing High !: SLAAB 0 N Lb. 35c Watermelons Each 59c

Brewed slowly, by a centuries-old natural process, beer is ton Costumes were by Mrs first second or third in his division -
Florida's traditional beverage of moderation-light, spark James Daniels, and programs by received a medal. All others rece- FROZEN
ling, delicious. Mrs Gene Weatherford. ived certificates. The tests were !'
i 29cGEORGIA
And naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry is proud of the mill Miss Gail Hunter and Miss Ginger procured by Mr. Houston Sapp, BAKING HENS Lb.

lions of dollars it contributes to Florida's Florida's Jones presented programs to Coordinator of Instruction, admin-
economy. PEACHES 3 (
guests. istered by Mr. Robert Johnson, LIMIT_ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER mss 29c
,. 5 brewers, 101 beer wholesalers, and 17,000 beer retailers
k Supervising Principal of Callahan
employ more than 68,000 persons with an annual payroll of Important to Floridians, motels School, and Mr. Bill Webb Elemen- CHUCK STEAK 59cSIRLOIN'OR
5155,000,000. Money made in Florida, spent In Florida. In Lb.
$18 mil- V
collectively spend over tary Supervisor for Nassau Count, .
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lion annually for promotion. This i i and scored by the sponsors accompanying j BLACKEYE '
, includes everything from maga- i the teams. j ROUND -

@ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. zine advertisements to picture I All participants reported an enjoyable I, 3JLj.
FLORIDA DIVISION, post cards. These efforts have and profitable experience. STEAK Lb. 88c PEAS 29c

helped to focus national. attentionon j'The awards were paid for by the ...

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Fires 205 To Win ,First Place In $5,000 Invitational Golf Tournament I



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>kI I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 13, 1963 Page Seven I
1 192 Golfers, Vie !


l In Pro-Amateur Lynda MattsonIn I
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A one of the most exciting finishes !' :: Lynda Mattson, 18-year-

aM w n .,w N ever witnessed here in a golf old daughter of local golf pro Ed
It match, Jimmy McCoy of West r.. attarm.. is in Fort Myers for the o
M K n a Palm Beach and R. I. Miller of (: I Fourth Annual Howard Johnson's y p

Waycross, Ga., battled right downto Southwest Florida Junior Champ
s a+i r, : the last hole of the 51-hole ionship.

$5,000 Invitational Tournamenthere The tourney is set for today,
last week. cF x; Friday and Saturday at the Fort

I McCoy, leading by one stroke, Myers Country Club with a field
placed a five-iron second shot limited to 250 entrants. Last year

r s ft Air,,, only inches from the pin on the 267 registered for the tourney ..,. \ \
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a M v dogleg 18th hole to clinch his victory :'
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with a birdie three. T Boxers Capture

rbv The big hole in the final round

h was the 465-yard 11th where McCoy SURE TO HAUNT R. L. MILLER, of Waycross, Ga., is

had an eagle three to go two Two Victories In I this heartbreaking putt that rimmed the cup on No. 16

i j up on the match, after makingthe Sunday afternoon. Had Miller's putt dropped the match

hst < turn in even figures. City League Play would have been even going into No. 17 and the outcome
Miller cut his deficit to one ; !
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I might well have been different. Note ball just inches
stroke with a birdie on No. 15 Jt
\ and appeared to be a cinch to even t The Box Plant captured two i from the cup. McCoy, right, ended up winner of the $1,000

.i the match with another birdie on i. :.: victories during the past week of : first prize, and back of Miller is Bert Yancey, fine young.
No. 1C after dropping his ap 4..w:: softball action in the local City : golfer out of Cairo, Ga.
proach shot just five feet from WINNING AMATEUR: HONORS in the $5,000 Invitational League. The Boxers defeated
if if
the hole. 1 Golf Tournament last weekend was Jerry Potter of Porter's Fish Camp 10.7, and the I

He went for the top side of the I Miami, left. Potter, who was only beaten in the tourney County team, 42. Porters defeated < : '
hole with the putt that looked sure : by two of the pros, is shown receiving his handsome ; KAC, 6.5, and Young's : \\l::: :'::, ;, b ,::

v to break downhill into the cup. i trophy from Bob Young, co-chairman of the tourney | downed Chem-Cell, 12-C. << ;''' ,>'. >->

HANDING OUT CHECKS RIGHT AND LEFT after the Just as it appeared the ball would] ,II with Glyn Was Left to right, Potter, Bob Askins, a ; John Smith led the Box Plant 0" : : t'
I drop in, it ran around the rIm I Ii to their victory over Porter's with "t' ; : "
$5000; ) Invitational Golf Tcurnament was local prp Ed member of the tourney committee, Young, and W. H. f .
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i and wound the edge and three base blows including
on on I a '
up "
Mattson. At left is Jimmy McCoy, West Palm Beach, re. Melton, who emceed the awarding of the trophies and ', ,
; the low side. A sigh went up i triple, while Cooper had 2 hits.
ceiving his first award. Right is R. L. Miller i prizes. #
$1,000 place I from Miller's big cheering section Lovett, Morris, Braddock, McKenzie ," v
Waycross, Ga., and his second place check of 500. who envisioned their favorite tie --- -- ---- and Courson collected hits for .
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| ing the match and going ahead to participated in the pro-am event Golf I the Box team. ,
;i cop the $1,000 first money. i j on Thursday and 172 were registered AssociationSets Knight: was the best hitter for

I! On the 17th green it appeared i for the three-day $5,000 In i Porter's with 2 hits, while Brewer

k. ;E'.:' { that Miller might again tie the I vitational. Competition Hickox, Thornton, Mullis, Bailey -

;" I mach but his ten-footer fell away I: The highly successful tourney Thomas and Freeman hit
from he cup at. the last moment. I i points to an even larger field for I 1 1I safely for Porter's.
,: the third annual event in 1964.. I I For Saturday
Both the young McCoy and the Holden belted a home run to
veteran Miller played spectacular I I Tourney chairmen Waas and I I lead the Box Plant over the County : .
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? golf and the large. gallery follow i Young asked that their appreciation -, Cecil Loptien, tourney chairman team, 4.2, while Harrington collected S .V'v
ing the match had more than' be passed on to all who assisted for the Fernandina Beach Men's : 2 hits. Mattox, Lovett and
;.t their money's worth. with the tourney and the I Golf Association, announced today Foster also collected hits for Pore
i I Playing in the foursome also i attendant events.Tourney. that final selection of teams has ter's.

I were fine young golfers Bert I been made for the best ball com I Purdy had 2 hits to lead the I1)Ifizii
jft Yancey of Cairo, Ga., and Bill ResultsLow petition slated for Saturday. I: losers at the plate with Player,

<" Kennedy of Coral Gables. (See Loptien said that a number of Ross and George each gettinghits.

i I accompanying .results for their Professional Scores teams have been juggled due to ;
performances). 205-James C. McCoy, Lake Worth i inability of a number of playersto In Porters win over KAC, Sim- ,
Tied for third place were Fred- 72-64-38-31 (1000.) I participate and the signing up : mons was the big man with the r ) y :

'die Leffingwell of. Miami Beach 207-R. L. Miller, Waycross, Ga., of a number of others to play. I! bat, with 3 bas hits with Brewer,
Y '. f and Tom Macon. of Pompano 72-66-36.33-69 ($500.) I Duncan
and
'Yts I At the moment the field now Knight, Freeman
F zC Beach. Fifth place money went ; 211-Freddie Leffingwell, Miami : stands at sixteen teams of four sharing in the hitting. Meeks
to Don Bisplinghoff of. St. Peters Lakes, 71-70-37-33; Tom Malone players each, a new record for had 2 hits to lead KAC, with Patterson -
burg. : Beach 69-74-37-31 ]local and Mclver getting the
Pompano participation in competition.Each
low amateur honorswas TIED FOR THIRD PLACE in the pro-am event of the
Winning
-68 ($300 each) team has a captain who other hits for the losers.
young Jerry Potter of Miami : 213-Don Bisplinghoff, St. Pet- will play from scratch. Three Nat Smith collected 3 hits including : $5,000 Invitational Golf Tournament here last weekendwere
'r"Y who finished with a 69 on the 12- three local amateurs and Pro R. L. Miller of Way.
ersburg, 68.73.38.34-72 ($150)) other golfers will make up the ] a home run in Young's
final day and a total for the 54 i 214-Emory Lee, Moultrie,. Ga., foursome with each receiving a. 6 win over Chem-Cell.) Jim Roland I cross. Left to right, Sam: Merrow, Miller, Rudy York,
holes of 210. i 7:1-G9.3G-3G-72: ; Dick Cline, LaGrange handicap."A" and Bill Cox had 2 hits apiece : and Andy Anderson. The team was 9 under par for a 63,

Potter was only 4 strokes behind Ga. 70-74-37-33-70 ($100 players will get strokes on with Tucker and Gene I|i good enough to win most pro-ams.
the winner and with the "
f pro ,each) Holes] 2, 5, 8, and 11. : Powers hitting safely once. I
exception of McCoi'ind; Miller j r '215J. C. Goosie, Largo, 72-69-!) : "B" players] will)] get strokes on : Alton Johnson, Terry Babb,

-. lead the rest of the field. | 40-34-74, ($100)) Holes] 1, 3, 7,10,15, and 18. : Jimmy Gordon and VennU: Pipkin :
tt4WENT' .J.' ...: Second Jpwi amateur was BillyA i i ine ...,216 ,Doc-.Green, Wayeross, Ga. ;: "C" players will)] receive their got the four hits for Chem-Cell I
REPEA1"\\'INNERS-IN THL'1 Rt(*a 'bf4irn"annual on 0 ac "sonv3l \vith421T', 6973-39-35-74: ; Bert Yancey, ; strokes on Holes] 4, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14. : off the pitching of Powers. Ii | bc alate &aloon
$5,000 Invitational Golf Tournament was this: and third was Paul DesJardins of Cario, Ga.69.77.35.35-70; Bill ;, 1(5( and 17, i i Strickland and Smith did the J I r
team from Waycross, Ga., who also won last year. Left to Miami with 215. Jack Rountree, ; Kennedy, Coral Gables, 71-60-38- Entry fee for each player is $1 pitching for Chem-Cell.] Lyons '

right, Pete Coleman, Virgil Thomas, Mickey McGowan, popular Lake City golfer, was i 38-76 ($75 each) and prizes will go to winning pitched for KAC, Thornton pitched 'i Florida's Oldest and Most Historic
and Pro Doc Green. The winning foursome posted a sen fourth with a one-over-par 217. i 217-Tommy Lowe III, Macon: teams. for Porter's against KAC.
sational under-par 59 for the event. Bob Larsen, local assistant pro, I Ga, 70-70-41-36-77 ($75)) i The teams, made up of Golf John Smith and Holden] were Fernandina Beach's Favorite Meeting Place
finished in the money with rounds I 219-John Redman, Boca Raton, : Association members, are as pitchers for the Box Plant and For The Finest In Beverages
of 73, 74 and 76, and Norrie 7f.7538.35-73 ($50)Beasley) follows)] : George and Brown shared the

Wright, well-known locally as pro 221-Ballard ] Ridge Manor Tom Shave, Captain; AI Bodine; pitching duties for the County Boiled Shrimp Ham On RyeBarbecue :
--': at Selva Marina was one stroke 7 .73. 0374: Jim Pringe] !, Al Miller! ; Cecil Brewton. team.; :
AUTO CONDITIONERS back to also finish in the money. San Diego and Jacksonville Beach Red Bean, Captain; Gus Lowen- Kosher Sandwiches

Jimmy Ewing, local golfer anda 73.73-37.38-75; Bill I Hoffman, stein; Bob Phinney; Darwin Smith. I
RE-CHARGED member of the University of West Palm Beach, 747039.3874 I Bob Gedeon, Captain; John Greg More Sports Page 8 I I
I Georgia team, was 'low for Fer- :
($50 each) : ory; Perce Entzminger; Jerome
ALL MAKES AND MODELS nandina Beach amateurs with 223-Bob Larsen, Fernandma Spence. i .
I rounds of 74, 78 and 75 for a total
Beach, 73-74-40-36; Larry VV'illige Bill Melton, Captain; Herb
; GET; YOUR UNIT READY FOR SUMMER NOW! 227 and third place in the I
,' Ii Pelham, Ga.,72-76-37-38;; Bailey; Ray Landress; John Bar- ;
For CLARDY Air-Conditioners first flight. Jim Lentz, Bradenton, 76-70-40-37 I niak. OUR :
,, Agency honors in Thurs
Taking top fJ1t
-77 ($25 each) I Sam MerroW, Captain; Cecil '
0VE day's pro-amateur warmup for I 224-Norrie Wright, Atlantic Loptein; Bill)] Miller; Harry Taylor 1 .
I:\ SPECIALIZE IN the 54-hole tourney, was a team I Beach, 737839.3473; Larry Leighton Shave, Captain; Pete .O
I = -- Tune-Up from Waycross, Ga. This was the Bo kin, Tampa, 72- 2-3911-80 Ingram; Gordon Butler; Walter .
second year in a row that Doc Ii .
:-- t Wheel Alignment I ($25 each) Preston. ;
his three ama-
Green, and
pro Championship Flight York Don Roberts
=: t Automatic Transmission Repairs Pete : Rudy Captain;
teurs:!, Mickey McGowan, I II "
Jorry Potter, Miami, 71-70-69- ; Harry Sahlman; Tom Digby.
I Coleman and Virgil Thomas have ; 210. Billy Shelton, Jacksonville, 69!) Bob Talton, Captain; Jim Webber (j #
REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANYYour copped the event. They fired a I .73.71-213; Paul Des Jardins, Miami ; John Pozega; Bill Rodeffer. .
bet
I
I 13-under-par 59, one stroke Jack Rountree,
707372215. Edison Casey, Captain; Archie
Local Oldsmobile Dealer than their 60 effort of last i
ter Lake City, 727273217. David : Smith; Steve Spence; Lester Dur
: 2:12: South 8th Street Phone 261-3122 year.A. l lI Philo, Tallahassee, 69.74.75-218 ham.

I new course record was set when in ': Virgil Thomas, Waycross, 73-74- i i John Scarboro, Captain; Jack ,
the pro-amateur event 72-219. J. Duane Cann, Jackson. Vann; E. V. Garcia; Tom Tillman.I 1
.-.--- I "Boog" Layton of Waycross, !ville 68-77-81-226 Kenneth Hutch- Harry Poole, Captain; D. W.
of
W member of the University Beach, 7374.79 Chuck
ins, Neptune Ringer; Ace Reynolds;
Georgia golf team, fired a nine Jacksonville,
) 226; Chris Kappas, Howard.
under par 63. 747677227. Glynn Waas, Captain; Bill i I 1 ***f
'IT'S/ NEW. In second place was with Norric his I First Flight Childs; John Guest; Emerson PLII( ))1
Wright of Seha Marina Bill T. Robbins, Jacksonville, 79- Fizer. i
team of Jim Lambert, Ken Hut 73-71-224. Wally Mizell, Jackson ,Ray Caldwell, Captain; Carl 1 LV1/i4/ See
Chaff YourFavorite
j chins and Ed Rodgers; Lew ,
I j ville, 777672225. J. P. Ewing Jr Swanson; Lewis Nolan; H. !
:Lilt's pro at NAS, with amateurs Ray Fernandina Beach, 74.78-75-2'.7 Askins. 1.1
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Jim Lynch and Ed Sy- ,
I Kennedy, Dr. Charles Hilljer, Jacksonville, Tom Lannon, Captain;
of Rome,
Olaf Bergwall, I
pro
nay;
-"' 75.j9.76-230. Lambright Jim Clark Don Brown.
; ; I II
I Ga., and Ken Bryant, Jackie Rush jI |
Second Flight Fred Osteen, Captain; Woodrow
DYNATEMPCombination I and Harley Lee. All three teams ,II William T. Smith, Tifton, Ga., .I Stewart; Ham Hamilton; Jeff Y : IItI Gulf

I had 62. others 79.78.75-232. J. K. Francis, Jacksonville I Bowers.,
of
Tiedith a number
63 the team of three local 78.79.77-233. Jim Bob Askins, Captain; Buddy
at was
I Roberts, Jacksonville, 78-79-76 Burgess; Dan Daugherty; Arthur Dealer
Rudy
Gas Heater I amateurs, Sam Mcrrow 233. Jim Lambert, Jacksonville, Renshaw. :
.. .r... I York and Andy Anderson and 807976235.
and Air Conditionerit pro R. L. Miller of Waycross. ; Third Flight
Following the windup of play :
: Sunday afternoon, checks: and'I Donald Ray Thomas, Brunswick, Jets Upset Cubs
the winners Ga., 80-80-74-234. Frank Matey,
handed out to
Heats. Cools. I: prizes in were a ceremony at the club : Jacksonville Beach Jacksonville, 78-83-77-258.79.81: 9-5 As Harris GULF DELUXE CROWN NYLONSwith

house. !J Guy Ru cetta, ,
-79 239. Ken Bryant, Rome, Ga.,
I Making the presentations were !I long-wearing GuIfZex rubber

it uses Gas i members, Glyn of Waas the and tourney Bob committee Young-, ), 788379240.Fourth Flight ; Tosses 2-Hitter gives thousands of extra miles

first and window wall .I co-chairman. Bob Askins, Rudy i iI W.,T. Mahoney, Jacksonville, 83-. | The Rotary Jets upset the Chem- Deeper Wider Tread Cooler Running For
only or I York and Pro Ed Mattson, with I Ii 82-80-245. E. T. Syria!, Jacksonville 'Cell Cubs lasts Thursday night, ,

unit to combine the best featuresof i W. H. Melton acting as emcee.in I Ii Jacksonville, 79-85-81-2t5., 81-84-81-246.J. A. Scarboro 9-5, as Kenny Harris tossed a two- : All Nylon Cord Construction Added Safety
i All the golfers were high hitter for the Jets. Quiet Ride
gas and electricity for utmost their praise of the tourney, the Fifth Flight I Six big runs in the fifth inning ; For Greater Bruise Resistance No-Squeal

I course and the hospitality they Bill Herndon, Brunswick, Ga., ; put the Jets ahead to stay although Double Butyl Liner
efficiency and economy in room were accorded and most said they 80-87-80-247. J. E. Westmoreland, the Cubs battled back to score five FREE INSTALLATION!
I would be back next year. Jacksonville. 84-87-81-251 Mel : .
in the final two innings.
and runs
heating cooling.. ; On Friday evening the golfers Blair, Jacksonville, 83-85-86-25. I
: and their wives were guests of the Sixth Flight Larry Knowles and Harris were
the hitting stars for the Jets with
of Frnandina Beach at a fish Jacksonville 85- I
City Gabe Summers, ,
See it today at fry at the golf course. 87-87-259. W. H. Worthington, I, two hits apiece while Billy Bur- i S. |
R. JR.
bank and Eddie Justice hit safely i MERROW
I On Saturday night they were Jacksonville, 8..90-85-259 (Summers for the winners. (C )
entertained at hospitality hour !
a won play-off on 1st extra I
at the Woman's Club as guests of hole) Bob Page, Jacksonville] &0- Mike Ashe and Max Herd got
the Chamber of Commerce and : 8387260. : the only hits for the Cubs. I DISTRIBUTOR

Suburban Propane Gas Co.. later in the evening they were : 7th Flight Score by innings: e

also guests at the annual Golden Vince Szalai, Jacksonville Beach Jets 010 260 -962 Fernandina Beach, FloridaMcCoy
Crown Fiesta Ball at the municipal 89-79.86-269. E. F. Goggans, Cubs 000 041 523
:" 7 South 7th Street t auditorium. j jA ''Jacksonville, 889489271. S. J. I Harris and Cover; Hord, McDonald

record field of '192 golfers olden Jacksonville, 93-91- 5-272 and GUI, Douglas. :i

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I 1 $ po.rt.s ,SJanf.s ::tn) Sale Saturday; II I r : ,5 4BC Ic i

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There wa ,plenty of activityover 1 Potts ,Fish 1 Camp reports ,are Tallahassee-Florida!
the 1\'ftkend.1\'hieh was 'probably good 'thream;and,black'bass:are will find a one dollar ,increase on ,
more than athletic fan could biting,good.(Bobby '.1reCelland.etu- the new fresh water fishing license : t
JU ?4. hereal big attraction which will be officially on sale
: g-ht 381mixed bream; (IBill' ho lP- ,
tht Annual'CoLf !Tournament h *on :brought in J20 large Saturday, ,June 15, at offices at
'waJ woo by Jimmy Mt Coy. "Thereweie miIedI i all,County Judges: and their authorized
bream; John: :jfiurch, John fBurth, p 5y A $99.95
.k at races .at the City Docks .fr, ,and iRobert !Burch ,caught :25 sub-agents throughout the ; : BIG BOY _
'z'rrf-the A'oung's Softball team State.
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largo mixed: bream and one three-
I>Inyel 'the Seaboard boys of Jacksonville pound black bass. !iBetty fPatU, The one dollar increase on all I '
in a doubleheader that Herb Potts and i iBessie ,Jones caught resident fresh water fishing licenjes ;; BarB.Q Grill
oonli have been a main attraction, d4 large mixed bream and one ,will be set aside ,in a special I
1'ii.auQthtr. weekend. Young's lost; elfish: J. M. :Terry and Moudy fund to be used for improvement t i

tht-'first game, 10-0, than won Terry landed 15 mixed bream. of Florida's fresh water .fishins. No purchase required .
theiteond. 10.ItaYdec's Eddie (Robinson and Guy ;Baiter. The new' licenses are actually : length of ribbon Simply guess the ; It
... .. 1'r 1- 7 caught 20 mixed bream'and 'Betty effective July ''I; however, both at the Fol 9 era coffee '

'. ( Women's StbaI11e-am Potts ,caught fur bass 'weighing the 19C2-1W3: and the new 1963-64 i display. Closest estimate wins a free Sunnyland I Small Government Inspected- }

'flla"t'tI the Brundage Motr 'teamI4at1iurrday about three ,pounds apiece. 'Plenty licensesill be (hooored by ,all Barbecue Grill One winner in each
night and lost a of live bait at ,Potts and fishing ': Wildlife Officers Curing .the E N Winn-Dixie. Winners will be

thriller, 4.2, in ten,inniag*. lEloibe! ;good. period from June 15 to July 1. STAMPS at store. posted Smoked HAMS
Minton, local shortstop belted c Beinnin! July ::1. only} the new ;
1963.64 licenses will be honored,
.home run with :Deasy ilattox on Benny Alvarez, Stag pitcher.
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according to A. D.
Aldrich direc-
'base the.bottom half cf the :
nine- infielder
belted a home run last _
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'th to'tie the score and send it into week, then broke his arm sliding i( Commission. Water Fishi -r SHANK
,extra: innings. Brundage scored into base. Benny 'has hurt the j
2 in the tenth to win. quality of 'Stag play since he has License fees are: LB-
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'* # been out of the lineup. : ,Resident, statewide, annual $3.00 \ HALF .

;Brundage brought a pitcher with # # :: non-resident, statewide, annual D EV $ .... !

them by the name oMIarvRc>',,- Jimmy Ewing ,recently took $8.00; non-resident, statewide, 14 f :
son who is quite an athlete. She second .place in the Jacksonville day continuous fishing $3.25; nonresident .f""

\vvrK in Jacksonville, bat pLjy.s Junior-Golf Tournament and Linda statewide, five-day continuous D Whole or Butt Half ,
foftball with the Orlando Rebels l fishing 225. .
... Jlattson took first place; in the ,
Women team that travel over young ladies division.
most of the United ,,States ,playing ;: for your r REGULAR 49* SUNNYLANDSLICED
# *
so/tball'Robinson plays third base Redlegs: Overcome .for FATHER
'We recently h ard a big argu ,FEAST
for the Orlando team whic'i: will
embark on a weekJong trip 'to :mint about, ,Little ::League baseball, :Senntors 8-4 To wotch Ms light up .u|"and ; ,B 1 2.oz. P
when the of a certain 3-9
manager Just j a C 1
Illinois! via \\r; of Atlanta inext ; hIs lavarite Oil PKG. .
A'k
stated the forthe
team
week She said they 'play ,every big reason ; I sees Beef, Watch the ffiSssa f t: >
Barnes being organized was ito ,
night on the trip and will play "Tie For he gets a that
Top 'Spot
,
1 'r ,
keep the kids off the streets, but hapPY
the Atlanta ;:Tomboys on the way a
,
'the rebuttal .was that it was'more aSn to '. He
,
up and back. Some of you 'faus : ;,
'like Ib ping the managers: off;the In a battle for first place tie /A D ixie \ Quantity '
might remember basketball Rights
.Mary as & : Reserved
streets. Anyway, we don't know wjth the Cubs in Little League, t {knoWS you finest; quoldy beef Prices Good thru June 151h
ctar for ilatclenny a ;:few x. the .
who won the ,argument. the Redlegs overcame the Kiwan- where Ybest aU get -- COFTRIGHT--WINNMIZIESTORES. N& Uu ...
year* back. Most of illardt>e''s -softball bee 'I ,
team will remember her as :The two ,Leagues we really ''is Senators, 8-4, last 'Friday night t V _-l.;;

a swift.throwing scftball ,pitcher. close ifor'the, season. The Cubs;land i\, to gain the spot. .gt )
if VT ,f[Redlegs ;have to play a game Sat- I II i Stewart Pikula blasted his FULL C BON;;SS Stanea'k lB.B'St. ,
urdav ,night to decide the first i sixth horn run of the season to L ..6I"'Lit
,Stewart Pikula belted his I
sev- ,: half championship and we understand ?et the Senators ahead 2oiu ; t,
cnth :home run of the Little 'League RoU ,. .
second ,
the Senior League Stags inning but the 'Senators ,
reason Tuesday afternoon. It :and ''Falcons could have to do i the could not hold the Redlegs and .r
marked the second home run he same thing. 'Real battles all the 'lost the game, 8-4. All I .' : .
.A!'hit .-.... way. I 1 Lee Godwin and Ricky Jones < lB' 1 S
).tar Roast
=. 'r I had two hits apiece to lead the ': FChuck : ALL GRINDS VAC PACKED :,
Redlegs! in hitting with Phil AIr ,
(dace- in awhile we do make a :falcons Score !r day collecting; the other hit by '

miitaU which certainly! is a hard i the winners. FRESH sl Astor Coffee

1 thfli*,for us to do and we usual'y 3 .of ::1 11] i Hits To I I Pikula's only hit for the night '..; EXTRA LEAN ef .s }: t \ ,

get j>>\ut on the carpet about ,it. 'was his home run while Windle
Scrutinies ,we guess at naming a iHigginbotham and Kenny King B.e- -I
':Defeat ,Stags i collected two hits to lead the Senators ,, 't-LB.
pers"'Zic\ or athletic star in this case, ; ... _% "e CAN I
I. in ,hitting. ; :
bat hit week W. E. Smith was V''R' r 4 9
Entarhing the old Softball all over The Ford Falcons smashed out I I Mike Sapp did the pitching for .t ,X.' I SAVE 10 I

S tbt 'e and we hsd to say-John .11 base ,hits to score 8 runs ,and : the Redlegs and Pikula did the ,
< Smith did it. We certainly don't defeat the Stags, 83. Mike Pikula'pitching for the .Senators and : i
want to take base hits away from did ,th<> pitching for the winners each allowed only five hits. SAVE 80 EACH VAC PACKED f
atijtody became if they come a*I,I and did not allow but three 'base I Score by innings: COFFEE Save to
hard to these felow: as they use hits He struck out 12 and walked i iG. nRedlegs -, 102 '02J: -:- 8 ,5 2
to be credited to me I would Senators 020 200 4 5 3 Soft-weve Tissue fo'gers' 59wt 4
take, pop fouls. Another grave Benny Alvarez and Hank Bailey 'Sapp and Jones; Pikula and N

error was crediting fine softball shared the mound ;duty .for the I Ferreira. Limit
ly.to. Pot. .Daviesinstead. .. of' Lou .Stags each striking out four one with 5.00 fOOd.4V
Davies \\hJcn SOC muaiynj+pertu and walking 2 order -Wl
to me that I was in error.''Frankly, Fikula Jed one.the hitting paradefor
we have to do things like'this the Falcons with three hits ti ;;_ 1

sometimes find out if we have with Buigess collecting two along i iHV ..II. B. ,RULIS, JR.

aqy leader with Dickie Fox, Franklin' U.> WHEK ;OF ,,6-11 !I _"-iiii. ., .. .. ""i\

Johnson, 'Weatherfoid and Weley Total t J .. __ I \ I.
Fishing reports were good all Poole shared in the hitting with Team -fitandin \r.1. Pins I

this week. Bud Holt says they '.Franklin.and Fox smashing: ) triples. Hadden Lanes 18!: 5'2 130:> {)o .. : I 'j&
1 'Bailey, Alvarez and Combs gut RdldylKilovatt 16 8 ,,14479 I i1tI! ,
have been: ratchinJ.whitinr; pom ; .
the three Tiits'for the Stags. lvar.u' Land ,& :Williams .Inc. : ram
pane, trout and angle fKh all hit was a home lun. 10''i IZVs 14476 : '
I
dad: long at the Pier Hud also Score .innings: Mary Kay's 10 14 14440 BLUE or WHITE ARROW :

reports that trout are still bitting: mornin but
better early in the ; Stags -.210 000 ,0 3 32 'JK.A.a! 7 17 14482
fishing is good at the r-iettandihe! Pikula and Fox; Alvarez,'Bail- I I jHigh Team, 3-Games I : Detergentl Astor ; I
.
has plenty fishermen.of live bate waitingfor : ey and: Conner. RePth- Kilowatt 2432Haddwi ; t Oil

you !Lanes :2422! ,
,: 1-T' Food Fair 2309!
Mis. Skipper reports good fishing Summer ", high, Jnd. 3-Games I GIANT BOX A e ::11 .I

: from 'Nasjauville.: She says ',Wini Smith G71 24-oz. JAR I 1
bottom(ishinl i has been best lately ""Bowling John. Beckett 657 SAVE H" II ..
with rok fish, shetphead und League (Betty McKendiee .' C50 SAVE t2t II
yellowtails! being the best' ci ,
A .few trout are being aught and iKV ..II. J1. iKLLIS JH. IReddy! Kilowatt 852
1 her latest report was that Jack 'WEEK 'OF '6-3; Hadden Lanes 8C2 f IMPROVED Save 2ft I
ALL
I Stalnaker: had a fine catch .of Total "Food 'Fair 821 PURPOSE Oil"? Save lIt "
flounder I Tuesday afternoon. She Twin -Standing 11'IL, 'Pia High, Ind. Game ::r'Tide. GIANT 11 1
had a group of Railroad men fc*>mHilliard Morris ,& .Paynw Body Shop ,John (Beckett 251 f 0 581' 1 W8SSON24.128 4
having several good catch 14 ,6 13867 Roger iHadden 250 ?
es. A number of ,boats have been Hadden ,Lanes 10.10 :13793 Wini Smith 246 :1ii l i. Limit one with $5.00 '
fishing i at the mouth of the ''river B '& iH (Enterprises 10 10 '13723 High :Scratch 'Bowlers 'I' '' order or more. Y Limit one with $5.00 l

and doing good.,Live and dead'bait Becker's Drugs 6 :14 .13500 i Ladies j' '. J 4, ......41& IV SS n I, 'food order. .,
tackle avil- High (Team, 3-Games Flint -
along with fishing are Eleanor 198-515 j -- tt fIIIIII
able at the ,Camp.Now B *& II Enterprises2814 \.',,1mA.. .:ITrulorA!... .ir...?.-115. -
__ __. ---- ---- ow .
.n L y Yellow
- Elgin Solids .. _
iuauen Lanes :ziii Betty" McKendrk .171-431 ..

, Becker's Drugs .2582 .,Grace Joyce l-t5-U5 d d i
{ ;
High, tlnd. 3.GamtsIR..llIadJen Cents : I 'jf II 11" 4 1
'ww .......
.
i 620 John Beckett O ,L E 0 is M .)/A Green .. .
215-549 uU CXIifl v* viviiiftf. 50 Extra }{ Green Stamps
J. Easton '
C16 'n9 Madden
er 2205tO'L.1rri
I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF K: WITH THIS COUPON AND PIJRJiAi:;; OF
tt
Skidmore
Open1 S8C Flint 181-509
Co THREE CAMS OF FROZEN HI-ACRES ONE 2-L PKC Sa
J High, Team: Game FROZEN
B & II Enterprises 993 Orange Juice Pan-Red i! Shrimp

( .0.0 PE! R'.S Madden Laces: :S3UMqrtis !I Senior LB. 1 0 'GOOD THRU JUNE ISTH i 6000 THHU JUNE ItTH
:; & ,Payne 96 ac., ANY | ;
AT
a L ffPxjE ANY WINN DIXIE
High, 'Ind. Game ,::I 40 r f r d 41 -
LAUNDRY Jl. Jladden '243 < League Standings (Limit 2 Lbs. with 'food order.)
K. Skidmore 233

J, Easton 226 Stags f fi 3

Htb :& Beech Streets tJ Iltfh Scratch. Bowlers Falcons 5 3 .--:.. n --. J J J,71 d rnKSWJTH :
J R. ill-uiilen :22l:>-678 I Redbirds 4 4 50 Extra G, ,t Green a
Skidmore; H 'Pirates 2 7 Stamps. WbAlICK/'l* UlCCUjJidUlp ra .W nee tt am ps .
WITH THIS COUPON AND
B. .PITCHING'B. PURCHASE Oril;t WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
----
J Johnson Falcons 3-0 FOUR NO, 303 CAM THRIFTY MAID I l .
ONE 28-OZ PRO CRACKIN' GOOD OKC CeeMOMV SIZE TUIE
Alvarez, Stags 3 IOliver 1 Green Lima Beans :l 60
Redbird 2-1 ( Big i .Family> Cremes Crest Ttolli Paste
JoyceWATffi 6000 THRU JUKE ISTH
t IB J'fIIRife, Redbirds 2-1 GOOD THRU JUNE ISTHAT COOO THRU JUNC IITH
Miller, Stags AT ANY WINN_ -DIXIE ANY WINN.DIXIE' AT ANY WINN ,
3.2iPikula ai ijjj i'rnr T* Trr iLi jjBjj DIXIE
d ,
DISTILLED IFalcans 2-2 ,43 d ,

BATTING
.
I Pikula, Fakons .500 f' .' '.,:::. f4 -"-'- MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Meet Loof Horn So.sbury; i I
Miller, Stags .4t I ,

'/46AUON (No Deposit) 3St J ;Fox B. Johnson: Falcons, Falcons .4.429!7 "; t' ., Dinners 2AWRTON FOR ,89, ;

Beryl 'Rice falcons .423 i. FRBff!
Burgess, Falcons .3el' PeacheS Bancno, Chocobte, Neapolitan, demon, Coconut
f

5 GALlON ((Deposit Bottle) $' .s0 franklin>like (Rift, ,FAt'Redbirds uns .353.261 i[f Cream Pies 2 FOR J9xPARXEN '!

GiliIeo, {Pirates .:45 _
.
.
Bailey :Stags ..
.2S1 7' Fancy '
LIMEADE or KENDAL (CONCEr TRATD)
'RL'\S.n.\.nBD.IX : ,
r T : HARDEE BROS. Conner, -Stags 10 I .Georgia' I
Cover, Piretes
9 .
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Miller Stags 8 'Reds ,. ; ;,a1I1 i
: Burgess, Falcons t TASTE 0' ..
ATLANTIC AVENUE 7 SEA fROZEN.I'&. I
Gilileo, Pirates
I .. 7 .. .. B-oz. ;
I IJ4f. l JU =.H. ----- Bsh I
6 ,' ----- "" 'P. < Sticks. '
Pikula, Falcons 6 ---1\. -4.'r.r--" M' -. t .. 3 PKCIS it 1'r" i I







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P age lBit)ht L'eWe 't 'Florida : ;',June l3, il.. .k-' _. ..:. -- ; : ,,:"; "' },.- 'g..to: "<. .' -. O ; .. "_ .'_'..: '""'ttt.-. .. a.3.r" 1

7"--d
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} as' [! Fishing Licenses I frE4t YO CAN s r ':



I S p t :sSJanf5 s fln Sale Saturday; jTjJf\ s t : 5 Q,t1lFS0 I,,4 nds

b t tt

I. :BY .cURT :Gpr.DONTheYe 11 i Cost Up$1 l : 'V : \ OEPAtTMFhT ACRt CULTU&E OF n 1 j i

Tallahassee Tlor'"da! i ;
was .pJeuly of Activity Potts Fish Camp reports arc fishermen
o':er the \v exceed \ im.was probably ,good as wream,land,black baS.err will find a one dollar increase on i
awe tkan-at&etk fans eouldA. biting"good.fBobby JleCelland.twfibt the new fresh water fishing license
: which will be officially sale
.'icitdLJhe'realibitf Attraction ivas $mixed: bream .Bill'i' on
; bonlp- i iOp
.
Saturday, June 15, .
at offices oft
tht A11W&1'CMt !rriUfl\amtDt"w ron brought in .20 large mixed
:
w4;: twn bj' .IIi.mIftr Mf throughout the
u'ee JUt"- MM* at Wee City Uoekk:'\ Jr. and ;Robert (Burch caught .2 I ;
'yttrtthe tl'aing's Iwfth&I ieantaytltl large, mixed bream and one.thr e- State A .11
I : fht Sralw.mi lo, ;;s of Jaeky ; The one dollar increase on all j ; ._4 e
",nvilk: !MI t. d aWe hmAtr tJbtt: Pottsllerb : : resident fresh water fishing I Iwsn- t tie ; ; oaro-MwIlI
>old: hu\ c' IK.....n a main attrtttMn .it b4 {tree mind bream and one will he set aside .in a special t I (
\:1 aua.M i Method.: YaUBIttt atfMh. J. M. Terry and Moud fund to be used for improvement ; I
the lH-1 ?ai.f, 10-0, thill won f HVrry J.aad.d.16 mixed bream of Florida's fresh water fishin No purchase required. Simply guess the
rr: 1IeC" 'lid. !-0. Eddie ,Prsbiasurt JKU! Guy .Batber The new licenses are actuall length of ribbon at the Forgers coffee
,J... caught SO mixed bream and''Bettyfitts effective Jufe' :II; however, dioth display. Closest Sunnyland Small ;
; the 12-lWZ: and the new 1963-64 estimate wins a free Government Inspected ;
bus
caught AeJgbioga
four
114ri1 l "Jznen'. softtell team three : license will .be ,honored by .all Barbecue Grill. One winner. in each f.
oiit Plenty
povada p4eee.
prayed' 1 i 11, Biunda:e Motor<< learn bait Potu and i Wildlife Officers .du ri n g the CEN Winn.Dixie, Winners will be '
of live at fishing posted S
:att .vrb .r-dad nijpLt tad "tot a oked'
: .RA'
.good. i, period from June 15 to July 1. at store. .m M' $
'STAMPS
thriller, 4>S, in tea iar iga.tl:KJoeMnton I Besmnin* July 1, orgy the new ; 1
II
*
betted
local ahtnltop a 1963-64 licenses will be honored, /' ,
home run with Daaw Mtttox ant :' Benny Alvarez, Stag pitcher- : according to A. D. Aldrich director r '
.
.balle--in.tl1-e.btttOJD.haIf of Ute nine- iafielder, belted a home run ,last i, Game and Fresh Water Fish e'", ... "
> S SHANK
tli} to tie the score and send it into week, then broke hw arm sliding i Commission. "" -
extra: inninirs. Brundage scored' into hue Benny has hurt the ; ,
; License fees 'LB.
are:
2 in the tenth to win. quality' of *tag flay liMe he has HALF : \\J
Resident, statewide, annual $3.00
;
ft & been out of the lineup. .!!
non-resident, statewide, annual :
Bondage l ,wit a,t_ with t? fcJims : a. D
them far the aame /fl f ibtv tR4 nan >y .Biww: ,recently took $8.00; non-resident, statewide, 14 )
vrbo w quite an atWtte. She MeNad lif* in the Jacksonville day continuous fishing $3.25; nonresident : Whole Butt I
or Half
statewide, five-day con- 45
';' urL in Jsisksonville, but .mss Jwsiar -i'.Lull with Use Orlando Pr n task unit flaw in the tinuous fishing 225.

Draw's team that tcawl over yovag ladies divwion.V for your ; REGULAR 49 SUNNYLAND SLICEDQuanhty : '
of the United State playing 1H ER
neat
I < f

Foftball..ReW ion plays third ,base : i!Redletjs Overcome FE AST for
We rec ntly herd a big arguaiht "
Cur the Orlando ttaai whftfth will o "hen he .B i 12.oz. .
embark WHk_ trip to : atout Little League baseball J Wo tch }ts eyes light W-D Brand' a 39 I
on a : Senators 8-4 To JU ut con
liiaois! via wag; of Atlanta ,aet *riien the manner of a certain, : his favorite o ile : 5O.'oc..on. f PKG. ?
.team stated the big reason for the eef Watch the'f: that real be
wtek. She lAid! thtr lay ever B of real
jg.amea, being organized was tto Tie for Top Spot i( #f'' w hen he get' h tastes that ,
night on tbe trip and will:! play :,ban the kids off the streets but 1 orom o when e.Ve seen 0 happy \
the Atlanta :Toewcys on we nay i beet flavor. Now you reason, tOO He
rtlhe.rehuttalsras.that it was more
II' att4 w.. Setae ef..you ''fanstrliL'ht ;tike.,tf ping the manager off,the In a battle for first place tie l(.,/. : l POppy, end fOogpped at Wln.ntyDt, beef ixie :."., Rights Rt t..d PALL Gcd: thru June :;"
renrelltka I.av a. a'ka+ahat- ... yOU I .
; ; knows finest
tmts. Aio, ne don't know wjth the Cubs in Little League, the -- COFYRIGHT WNN '1111: STORES, 't
I l.all. utor fer Ma4MM a few ; whereofolie. I"iC" un
the the Kiwanis _
Redlegs
UN Uuk.! Meat If tl'tt lre's iGlt'aU who won the argument. : Senators, 8-4 overcame, last Friday night- .<'. end best I' ?"'" -........ It.
:The two Leagues are really .. /E" ,
team will remissfier Mr asa the : \, i .. "
to gain ?pot. .. '
swift-throwing scftfeftll pittl+eer.y. ;toe &r the season. The Cubs and J i 411IIII11I '4
+ ,'- ,iRedlegfi have to play a game Sat i Stewart Pikula blasted }his CUf k LB 8 8 .,. 4 : : ka !
urday night to decide the first ,i sixth home run of the reason to und Ste #
St.+asrt Pikula belted .aw **v- half championship and we under ?et the Senators ahead 2-0 in the I fRLl i
dith. hwne run of the Little League stand the Senior League Stags second inning,: but the Senators ,
tea**** luisday afternoon. It and Falcons could have to do (the I, could not hold the Redlefs and 1 !iy
.
,
t
nuffced the mad too run he ': ,
same thing. Real battles all I the lost the game 84. 2 49 :
.u-hit"' ; with tM hues loaded this way. Lee Godwin and Rieky Jones Roast lB. !If '- .

jean.r had two hits apiece to lead the Chucl< t GRINDS VAC PACKED : r
:Red'egs! in hitting with Phil Al-

Cage to awhtte we 4o make a Fnkons Score I day collecting the other hit by 5. .a Astor Coffee :

nutate which certainly is a hard the winners. .. EXTRA lEAN, fRESH 5 l6. 5189 t \ ;
l Pikula's only! hit for the night 'f" PKG
usual 8.ofi1Hits-T
ihjjl! .for us u do and we y : I r
was his home run while Windle! 'Bee
pet .,$t on the c l'pet about it 'I '
orartime at naming IITH.f'Rfror I iHigginbotham: and Kenny King '1 LB CAN
we 0a .
gu '!Defeat StagsThe collected two hits to lead the Senators \\2r .
stiletto star in this car, in hitting. 1- 49j
1 t in hit week W. E. Smith wa I ,
'utttaMng the old softball all oi' Fold Falcons smashed .out i i.n Mike Saop did the pitching for SAVE 101

I k I 'e and we hid to say bnlllth base hits to score 8 runs and : the Redlegs and Pikula did the .
:! did it.Ce certainly don't ,defeat the Stags, 83. Mike Pikula ;,,.pitching: for the .Senators andeah Bt' .
\ut to tike base hits away from did ,the pittbkig i for the .winners allowed only five hits. SAVE EACH VAC PACKED COFFEE 'Jve d>z ,
t.udy\ Lel'ause if the? come as ),naiad did riot allow bat three blUe | Score by inn JUCj:
it:tid to these ftlows: as they use hit*. He struck out 12 and walked Redl r. 102 'Q' 3 -:- 8 .5 2 Soft-weve Tissue .FoJgers 1 LB. 591
t,> be credited to me I woifld 6. Senators 020 2001 5 3 CAN
take pop fouls. Another grave: Benny Alvarez And Hank Bailey I Sapp and Jones; Pikula anJ .
error wa-i ci'.iitinjr tint *aftb !l jbared the mound "duty Jor the Ferreira. t Lirr t one with< $5 00 food Y t '.

i.lay to Dot Daviuut &d of Uumttdlv _Stags fith striking out four I 2 order or t I'1I're I .
n.l\1iH whkb rile 'whi&eered -and walkWg onr. 'Mixed Doubles AO[[ PKG. 19 (J.
i., me that I wa in rror. Frankly, Pikiii Jd the hitting paradefar '( i iI I ,a
.
we have to do Mu like t tiu i': the Falcon with three hits I ... t i :
mtetirosto fill out if we have DY H. n. HhLIS, JR. : i
with Burgqga collecting two along .. ;
;
:
,
a' t ehtdlr.. with mkfe Fox, ,Franklin, I). WEEK OF ,6-11 I IilIilf 1IIII1I'I.II\
tr JojwtOft, \\' therfl'd and Wesley l ;. Total J I 1 1r
all Poole shared in the hitting with TeamStandings .W.I. Pins I" .
1 1"hing reports were good "
'Mladden Lanes 18S 5's 130RaUyKU : ->('. 'J&
Ewakun .a.od.o.x smashing: triple :
this week. Bud Hoh says they 1 .Bailey: Alvaiei and ,Combs .got | wiatt .16 8 J447S 1' ;LC3 '
I ,
t.tve wen fateiimg-wfciiHig Williams IDI
ptnI
the three hits for the Sta Alvar-- Land & .Inc. "
trout and angle fish all 104 13'% 14476
Kano I ei' hit was a hume run. I '
BLUE
Ju;,: long at the Pier. Hud ale Se.w byAinning: : Mary Kay's 10 14 11440 or WHITE ARROW ALlPURPOSE' J i
!
lepuria that trout art still bitting ,i _'00:) QUO .1-.,,8413-. Food Fair 10 14 141HO1K.AC. D L
Letter early in the more ''t8olcs.210 010.() ._ 3 3 2I'Ikula 7 17 1442 Deter.gent
tithing u good at t. pjet''. e and Fox; Alvarw.TfciU: |I. .thigh Tram, 3-Ganies : Astor Oil : J i i.rx.

Lug! plenty of live IMatt rAS1t ug ey and Conner. Refldy R'tto\latt 2432Haddtn t .'
lot.\ you flsheFfl I. -.. -- -- -- |LanM 2422 I ,
0 :1
Summer Undo 3-fiames I GIANT BOX A :
Mis Skkgg.VNNrts Croat fi.;hitiK High I J 24-oz. JAR I i
.= frem it |iauTlle. Shtay; Wini Smith 671 t '''
t..'ttomJUhhf. has been beat latt- + : John Beckett 657; SAVE 11 t ?
:\ \\ith rt k fish, aheephead ami 1 o League l iBetty McKtndre .ki' 050 U : SAVE 12 I
i
lowtails: balm the beat uuh. I High Team adme : .
.\ few trout are being caught and l II UY :II. .B ,ELLIS, ill !iRtddy' Kilowatt. S52IIada '

Irr latent import ww that JaikMaluaker '\\EKK OF 64 ToUlStantin 1 ''Food,(Fair n Lanes 832 821 ; 5T's81.1::: ALL PURPOSE OIL I
:; had a fine catch ttf ; \\Jid : lll : i
.
flounder Tuesday afternoon. Sit Team ;, W ,L 'Vl& ',I High, Ind. Game Wess0n24.0Z23
had a group of Railroad men fr .
J saving several! good cUb- 14 6 13S67JUdden Roger illadden 250 ( Limit one with $5.00 #
..
tA numbfr of baata have W. Lanes 10 10 13733B Wini Smith 246 ; L mgt one wttn $5 'J;
iishuig at tine DWO* rf tk< river 'l.lH \lEnterprisw 10 10 13753B High Scratch 'Bowlers .. + order or more ... food ode .4t
and doing joi Liv. and dead! 'baitelong ck c' Drug 6.1-& 12500Hifh : Ladies '. ,. ..* WAS S 0 .VElgin
with fukinjr teethe' are ailbl (Ttain, 3-Games Eleanor Flint ,198-515 t .
at the Camp B II E&tefprfe2814 \'elm{Hodge ,157413Betty Yellow I Solids i .. ." ,
I iHalden Lane '2716 [McKendn .171-431 ,
t Backer's Drag* .2582 Grace i tfoyce 145-415 d 7j I it ; dt. tJ{ .. 111 j"f ;; ,' _d

High, dads> ..Gamest Gents O ,L E '-' ,+a. teentan1 S H. 50 Extra M S)C 'Green
0 ,
t t iR.jlladdea. 620 ,John iBetkett 215-549 OJ x ra Stamps .
'} F : ;HP .,
J. Easton ,016JC 'Roger Hadden 52-)-540iLarry W i
Now Open Skulp.we 586 Flint 181-509 THRE CAIAS OF FRUUN H1 (

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News-Leader Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday, June 13, 1963 -" Page Nine

J' Ben Winner Of Prize In Fiesta Boat Pierce Is WinnerOf r A
Perry Top Races ; '','
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Golden Crown Jets Win 13-12 In 11 : : ; ,.: ? ..

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BY CARSON JIcKENDREE I \" : ." ':< .::
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'. iY It was the 10-lap free-for-ail !iI ii I i i Fiesta Bowlingi Battle of Runs ,. : :.:. ': ,: .: ;, ..

". '. and Ben Handle-Bar '. :: -
once again ( I :fi' :
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; "' Hank) Perry of Jacksonville car Glenn Pierce walked off with : With Senators I ". :'- .
.c" ,:. .
ried off the for '
?! :" "i' top prize money !'first place in the Golden Crown +
r. fl. r r y.y ;:, the day at the Fiesta Boat Races, Fiesta Bowling Tourney at Hadden ,. ,.
/ sponsored b] the Fernandina i Lanes last weekend and The Rotary Jets and the Kiwanis . :
,. : was $200 Senators had battle of
To' Beach Chamber of Commerce and richer for his efforts. a
:
i ; a
: the Fernandina Beach Boat Club. The stellar runs Tuesday afternoon when the
n. Jacksonville bowler Jets outlasted the Senators 13-12. ., "''
,, ';U" Jimmy Gordon gave HandleBara had I ,
a near perfect of 693
z score
........ ," _.,. ',..y'!!', ;: "i :: ,;?' ; ; run for his money, taking over with games of 268.211214, play The Senators jumped out in front a.
,
before
y., 4-0. 7-run
a second inning
AI 'r.: {:"n, '*': -- 1st place on the 2nd lap around I! ing from scratch. ;.,
.. ( M and holding this position for a put the Jets ahead Stewart Pik- v x ,
;
d I Second was Billy Joyce of Fern ula put the Senators back in .x
.. ,. good part of the race. Handl Bar : -
r andina Beach who had a score of front in the third when he belted
managed to nose Jimmy out for .,''
.,
.,.. tak the last few laps for 1st place G77, with a 73-pin handicap. I his seventh home run of the sea :, s
.'XI"! >... Bill (Yogi Bear) Gothard Joyce had individual games: of 205- son with the bases loaded to help :

...%; 1 ., .. also money.of J Jacksonville finished in 172-227. He won $40 for his effort. account for a 7-run inning for the
.q ; I
v .... In third Leo Powellof
vi. place was Senators. The bases loaded homer
.
ry
i" : i' n WH 3rd place. liande! -Bar and Jim I
,. ;; .' Jacksonville with a total of 672 marked the second of the season
4 r ., v. driving hydros, while
Abv.o- 3' ; :i w +x .."N p my were
y M and individual of 225-246-
for
r' ) bYr /r. 'af. games Pikula. .
'
P rYri G% .lw i"F'y 'A .w. / Yogi was piloting his family run 3 r
155. His handicap was 46. He won Pikula ld he Senators in hit :':
almost
about. The 100 II P. class was e '.
a rerun from the 75 II.P, 1755. ting with three which includedhis ,,, ?a
\ : ,
: tifi
Fourths K. Skidmore of rw
class with Jeff Luten, Yogi Bear homer, with Eddie Wilds,
Fernandina Beach with a totai Mark Morris and Ladd Gordon l' Ali
S y r x and Jimmy Gordon fighting it ,,, ?
out, neck and neck. Jeff Luten, of 658 and individual games of getting 2 hits apiece. Paul Sch- t 4V ., 7p
203-193-197. His handicap 65.
was
n both rantz Windle Higginbotbam
also of Jacksonville, won
f these classes with Yogi taking Forty-seven bowlers entered the Ricky McDonald and Kenny King

., "" > '? 2nd place and Jimmy Gordon finishing competition. with 28 being fromJaeksonville. had hits for the Senators. ; ,,. ,, ;a. ,.,. ;;
x $' 3rd. The lead changed Billy Burbank led the Jets in

., hands several times during the Roger Hadden, tourney chairman hitting with a triple, double and '
said the tourney was highly .:, t. .
s race, and it was one of the better single in three trips to the plate. 2
Y ,
x ,
successful.
.
; roes of the day. Roger Peden pf John Cover and Eddie Justice had ,' p.A. ek

J r Jacksonvill had a clear cut victory I two hits with Donald Suriano and ," :

in the GO H.P. class. Rogerwas Hits Homer Gary Lovequist hitting safely t, s

running a racing runabout Burgess once for the Jets. UNIVERSITY Qf GEORGIA GOLHNG' MAR "Boog"taytcn

with a 60 H.P. motor, and he far Score by innings: of Waytioss, Ga., set a new course record here

..< out-classed his competitors. Car As Falcons Edge Senators 227 010 12 13 8 last weekend in the prc-am event of the $5OOU Invitational

rol Miller! filled the 2nd place Jets 073 021 13 9 6 Golf Tournament. Layton, left, is being congratulated

THIS STRIKING PHOTO from the upper deck of the Florida Marine Welcome Station slot, with Ray Graham runningin Pirates I By 94Bob Morris Sutton Schrantz and McDonald i, by local pro Ed Mattson for his sparkling round of

shows five of the boats in of the 3id place. Pikula; 63 nine under
one exciting races of the Golden Crown Fiesta to the par
sincere appreciation .
M My Harris Lovequist and Co\er. I ..
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Regatta on Sunday afternoon. A large number cf spectators lined the new city marina judges, Hugh Stone Eddie Me- Johnson tossed his third

docks to witness the spectacular events sponsored and staged by the Fernandina Kndree Amelia City Mayor George : victory of the season last Wednesday I Gass and :Max Hord did the pit ,'1I rlWta 010 090 .! 3 :3

; Beach Boat Club. Photo by Tom Davis Chaplin and flag man Buster afternoon as the Falcons League Standings | thing for the Cubs: with Rowe i, Culw 81x 5 G 4

r Moore, for the smooth way the downed the Pirates, 9-4. I I i doing the tossing for the 1l01'nt.ts.1 j Rowe and Burton; Gas, Hord[

a* I the 12-5 win over Moor 's witha I on had two hits to lead Mooie'h I race was handled. Commodore Granville Burgess belted a homerun Young's* 5 0 Score by innings: and Douglas Ga: :;.

Women'sSoftball I home run with Carol Russell, I in a 6-1 win over Meyer'a as i Kasle/ Thomas and his helper, and Weatherfoid smashed a I Box Plant 3 1

.. Ann Herrington, Janett Hend- Guest Fowler and Gass collectinghits. Carl Green, handled the starter triple to lead the Falcons at the'I KAC 3 4

eison Carrie Alvarez and June I boat chores and brought the boatsup slate. Price Poole Mike Pikula, ''i: Chem--Cell 1 2 r .

: LeagueHardee's Roland: getting hits. I Virginia Brewer Lad 3 hits to I for some beautiful starts. Ex- Dickie Fox and Johnson hit safelyfor County 1 3Porter's
Lovequist was the 1 4
I Commodore Ray : the Falcons. '
I 'Mary Reynold was the best lead Meyers with Edith Evans: L. 4
... I hitter for Moore's with two hits I Gill and C. Knight getting 2. I work horse of the day, buildingthe ; Alan Co\er was the thorn in the

::.lories in the team local 1 picked women's two Softball vic including a home run. Linda Sig-! Tiner collecting one hit. I cover for the judges stand side of the Falcons as he smashedout ++ .' ,
soda lIe didn'thave Solomon Leads
mon had two hits including a I and selling pop. two base blows including a i
league last week ; Ann Herrington, Lou Davies
play
I to worry about getting lonesome triple, to drive in three of the four 1 l
with Sue Silva
triple getting one and Carrie Alvarez collected two I I
:
wins and loses
'Ioore's one oneIeyer'g stood
Wee" Tuten
"Pee
for .
.. team loses thre. i hit. hits to lead Hardee's to a 7-5 : the Pirate runs.Johnson Cubs In 5-4 N ,.
: by keying Ray posted on struck out 10 and walked I
In Moore's 12-11 win over Die Yen's win over Meyer's. C. Crisp, Taunce
Hardte's defeated of chat-
N Moor's 12.5, i racs with a running line four while Cover struck out
team Janice Fowler Hamilton Smith, Betty Becton, Henderson
in the of doublc-hadr'
opener a four and walked 6.
Win Over HornetsSteve
and King had two hits with shared in the hitting ter.Our
:More Moore's edged Meyrs in the I thanks to City EngineerJim Score by innings: ,
'"* Franklin Sigmon and Gass I hitting I Brewer Edith Evans and Jer-
jiightcap, 12-11. : i Beard, for having the new Falcons 100 151 1 963 r
safely once. L. Gill had 2 nigan led Me/er's; in hitting with Solomon collected three
Action Wednesday night found i launching ready for use at 202 000 0 434
I IMoore's ramp ; Pirates -
? hits to lead Meyer's team in hitting i 2 hits each with C. Knight, LGill
I to I hits in three trips to the plate to ,
edging qI'r's. 6-4. :, race time. It was really put B. Johnson and Fox; Cover and
; with Knight Virginia Brew '! France Cogburn and Eleanor lead the Cubs to a 5 4 victory over
had high
all
: hen losing to Hardee's, 7-5. i use, and one and Gilileco.Beryl.
: er and C. Knight hitting safely. f t Flint hitting safely for the the and the matins the Lions Hornets. The Cubs led '
Deasy Mattox led Hardee's in': Theibert, Scat boro and Hamil-'losers.I ;: praise for ramp early in the only to see the SW89500I
really game
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Hornets rally for three runs in the
.- be pioud of. There is absolute' Rice At
fourth knot the Solomon
ly no charge for Using this rampto to score.
doubled in the fifth to drive in the .
boat and can ki
launch your you
use the marina docks during the Peak As Redbirds winning tally.Fletcher 1 1 1 I

-- daylight hours for leaving your Shurley collected 2 hits II
.
Do Your Brakes boat tied up at absolutely no cost Edge Stags 4-3 and William Gass one, to share in 1 .. :J i' .
The charge is only for overnight the hitting with Solomon for the ,
Grab ?
1 Squeal ? docking. Dockmaster Joe Suriano Cubs while Terry Rowe led the

welcome to all The Forest Hills Redbirds scot Hornets in hitting with 2. Bobby I Ii
Pull to Left tor Right? extends a hearty LASSHUffi rf OYOR COMPANY
: : boaters to use the facilities and ed four runs: in-the third inningto i. Burton got the only other hit madeb u
r. edge the league-leadirg Stags, L 'I
Hornets.
., I'm sur Joe will be glad to lenda / the
w 4-3 in good Senior League ball; -- -
helping hand in any way that a
f >lv "TRIPLE PLAY" he can. All he asks is your coop game last Friday afternoon. Beryl d

eration in helping to derive the Rice tossed his best game of the ,
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?r 1-1, most benefits from the limited fa reason for the Redbirds allowinghe FERNANDINA BEACH } L
SERVICEOFFER hits while
.. cilities available. Stags only two d
's l .triking out 12 and walking 8.

: Bill Miller was the mound op

I 1';.r ..w I .' N Htirdee Women >onent for Rice and he allowed JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROAlNBEACHES11 i t,
l .. Balance mly five hits striking out 7 and ., "


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Hardee's and allowed eight striking out seven and issuing; two I 12:50: a.m. 7:38: a.m.Pl'rtraitll by Appointment Onr/

... ; Plus .;altered hits. She walked only Tree passes. Barry Rice was the'!' 1:29 p.m. 7:58 p.m. Studios At 50t Ash St.
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ORDINARYVAX JOB p.m. : p.m. G. L (GlENKFKITCHENS
.. not included Robinson and Marter Alvarez '.- until the sixth when the Pir- I

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ame back in the final frame to I 2:59 9:3-5 '
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4 for The Methodist[ Braves scored hitting with Mike Rice and Visit Us For
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: GUARANTEED 4 9 Little League action last week. Pirates 000 002 2 4 7 41 Fishing Tackle '

... j 2.1. Ajcainst Ajaiaa defects normal in rouj(IrI1Wip haurds and nutrub repairable dunnj life o( trod.as 4 9 The Hornets scored all three runs Redbirds 010 000 0 1 C 0 t Rods Reels 6:05 a.m. 12:09 a.m. SPECIALTIES -
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I C. Harris, Braves ..483S. .
$j collected hits to share in the
Pilots Senators .478
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L Godwin, Redlegs .448 r

Ttroton i i led-wo the hits.Hornets Terry Rowe in hitting and Rocky with F. Shurley, Cubs .441 y FUN IN THE SUNAT .
BEACH SUPPLY 0 B. Burbank, Jets .437 :
: Daugherty got the other hits for I
; S. Solomon, Cubs' .405 ,
Ma : the Hornets. L Key, Redlegs .387 t FERNANDINA BEACH

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Page Ten -'- News-Leadel', Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 13, 1963 I .. ..-. -- -_. --- -- ....

--- I ) Warns
lJr .Wooseylublk
'l0oo.A.h1.-.blo, : y :
ruing Prayerand .
, At The Churches
Sermon On Threat
11:15 A.M. -- Church School i

i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 11:00 urn. ?..... Morning Worship 5:00: P.)!. Episcopal: Young
Churchmen : Of Diamondbacks
CHURCH 0:15'p.m. MYF Supper '& Programs I;
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tr if !
'Rev. John Dozier, Pastor
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. B. 'F. Woolsey, director of
1:30 Evening Worship
8:30 A.M. p.m. :
429 South 6th Street the Nassau County Health Depart- ;
Services .... if if
Worship ; 11:00 A. M. Rev. John '
O'Neil Pastor ment, warns that the diamondback'rattler
-Sunday School :,:45: A.M. ST. I'ETER'S EPISCOPAL
J -- :Sunday Services strikes in Florida
: more people ;
Youth _._... ,
: Meetings COO P3{ CHURCH 10:00 A.M. Sunday School than any other snake; more
t it if if The Rev. James D. Ellisor, Rector 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship people are bitten during warn

i ..." STY PAUL'S LUTHERAN 7:20 A.M. Holy communion 6:30 p.m.---.. ,,_,..,_ B.T.U. months; ,and eighty-two percent our sQ c ion a
CHURCH 10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist I 7-00( P.M. Men's Prayer Service of those bitten were under the age ,
I Amelia City Near Intersection 11:15 A.M. Church School 'I 7::i0 p.m. Evening Worship i j of forty, according to a survey :
AtA 5:00 P.]!. Episcopal Young i Tuesdsy: II just completed by the State Board :

.. A. F. Cerbhardt, Pastor ChurchmenThis 7:00 p.m. ?_.w Visitation of Health. |
:8:00: a.m. Morning Service ( is the schedule of every if if '* I Hospitals reported two hundred ,
0:00: a.m. Sunday School Sunday with the exception of the CHURCH OF CHRIST I seventy-seven bites during the ,1'

: ifMEMORIAL last Sunday of the month) South Hth Street I year with three deaths, the latter ShopmafeCombination ,

METHODIST I ft if Kenneth 'L, Jones, Minister I' all attributed to the diamondback. I Sleeping Bag

; CHURCH LAST SUNDAY OF THE Sunday: Bible Study 10:00: a.m. 'The diamondback was responsible
r.: John L. Jones, pastor I MONTH Homing Worship 11:00 a.m. 'for seventy-three bites, the cottonmouth .
-10:00: a.m. Sunday School '7:30 A.M. Holy Communion I Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. moccasin forty-six, the,pig- Drill andTrimmer Only
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-- --- -- ---- i my or ground rattler forty-five( ,
r Tuesday: : Singing Practice ._ 7:30 !, ,
p.m. : copperhead! eight, coral seven, and.I I Set 1A88J

.. (Held at various members homes) t unidentified or non-venomou4 nin f 7 E 316 ... .
Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible ,ety-eight Most of the bites occured' Only ... Iw f
Study _....__...__ 7:30 p.m. :from May 'through October -er1 $ J \\ 1'1'' 1 0.1;327

I Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30: a.m. i,one hundred ninety-seven bites. I 8 8 8 .. Filled with 3 lbs. of dacron and nylon fillings. Features
'(Held at various members hbmes) were I reported. -ti j' 75 A Week, .J U/l warm inner lining of Scotch plaid flannel.
Covering hood
Y AlL THE CASH YOU if if i I The symptoms and the gravit t tI APPROVED fe made of water repellent
NORTH '14th STREET I of'the'bites'of the venomous snakq ; A terrific offer! K hedge f trimmer Matures twist- forest green, rugged duck.
I, BAPTIST CHURCH are due to the location of the bite 1 lock I drIll adapter and 7 steel to drll.bits! Features ll M gear-type chuck Bottom and hood are made of vinyl 1 coated cotton fabric.

Rer. Ran Humphreys, Pastor : the 'toxicity of the venom of ute ,
: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School particular species, the amount of
: NEED TO REMODEL 11:00 a.m. ..:..... Morning Worship I'I venom injected and the depth to ,
7:00 p.m. B.TU'i which it.is jnjected. The size of the !
"I 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship I I snakeplays an important part in ; EtIIgjF..AIR'COOL

Y 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services the last two factors as a large
oJ WednesdayChIURCII ':I snake can,deliver mere venom and X
if ,if if i by virture o! Increased length of

a'- OP GOt) fang and ,muscular power, to a I BAR-B- $
Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. I greater depth. t

t t .qr nt v. 'L Marvin Johnson, Pastor i The'vidum should be given first I I t CUSHION
Phone 261- 837 I aid immediately and taken to the 1 I j. y KETTLE I

10:00: a.m. '_ Sunday School ,nearest'hospital for treatment. t tI fti
'11:00 a.m. Morning Service I I I f I Features bold stripe I

./PE. Friday Evening 7:30: p.m. fabric In 4 most
t to
1 1M 1o 7:30 p.m. ._ Evening Service FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. + '; ,popular colors:: ct
J. T. Dunnam Pastor t
,I Prayer meeting Wednesday t 1 l ,RED, BLUE, GREEN
'7:30 'Worship Services: 8:30 A3 t '
p.m. 1 a, and BLACK (
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11:00
if if if r A 'Weekr
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 8:00: PM.; ; .. 'fl.
:\: Nylon Sewn '
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Rev. E. A. Lewis 1'astor Sunday School 9:45 AM.:: t \_ ._ ", throughout.Heavy :! "
-to. .
10:00: a.m. ___ Sunday School l'' Training Union _6:45 P.M.J r '"\ -', "\... ;
11:00 a.m. Worship! Service i Prayer Service Wednesday j -: guage
,1!% wide
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7:30 P.
6:30: p.m_ C. A.Youth Services .- plastic .
binding
: If you hare a substantial equity in your 7:30 pm. 'Evangelistic 'Service if if if 30.10 Only 1(995 .:If

Thursday mid week service PRINCE OF ''PEACE
home, we can, if you prefer, re-finance your 7:30: p.m. LUTIIERANCIIURCII '
Back measures 18"high ;i
present mortgage to .provide the additional if if Donald R. Ilimmelman 'Pastor I j
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FIVE POINTS 'BAPTIST Phone 2G1-5GM: r 1C" Slide control 1 fire bowl -
x 16". Features 9 9 C I adjustmentbuiltin
funds: needed for a major project of 'remodeling CHURCH Sunday School __._'9:45: : a.'m.1 i parallel inter '
J. W. Keen,,Pastor Worship Service __ 11:00 locking firestarter, draft control,'removable ash pit, I

or expansion. Come in and talk it over. 9:45: 'a.m. ....._.. :Sunday School if if if a.lm'l springs. chrome-plated utility shelf and chrome-

; 11:00: ajn. Morning Worship PINE GROVE 'BAPTISTCHURCH I I plated grid.2.50'Down L
I 5:30: p.m. Training Union I =

.':30 p.m. Evening Worship Rev: _A. Z.'Knight, ''Pastor I .. r \r
\ 'FERNANDA FEDERAL SAVINGS Wednesday{ prayer service, '7:3(' Sunday ::School 9:45 a.m. -

t p.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m I
if if if Training Union 7:00 p.m. I
& LOAN ASSOCIATION I ST. PETER CLA fEn'S '
Evening Worship _'8:00: p.m. ;
CHURCH Wed. ''Night Prayer t f

f 202 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2G1-5302 Sunday: Mass __'1st, 3rd, 5th Meeting ..._..._._. ,8 p.m. j l 1 -I
r Sunday 7:30 a.ra. Wednesday: J
Sunday Mass _______ 2nd 4th 7:45 .._.,, Prayer Meeting I I
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'Rev. W. J. 'Holmes, Pastor I Jt : I
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Sunday 7:30 aim l

Sunday Mass ._... _.-...- 1st, Srd
( ,5th 'Sun 'ay, 11:30 a.m.
'Monday, Young People 7 p.m. I FAN

: Daily __ '8 aim ; $
Saturday Convent Chape! r
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6:30 Communion in Convent Only
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: CALVARY if,BAPTIST if if CHURCH Big 17-inch blade 75cA $1599 I ,
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I Il Bailey 'RoadJ. 1 I Two-speed control Week I'

C. BYRD, PASTOR t 360' tilt adjustment

I X Sunday School............... 10 A.M. : Lifetime lubrication
l ; 1 ; Morning Worship ........__ 11 A.M., t ,
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4 'Evening Service w w_......_*7:30.. P.M.)F Strong Whisper mesh quiet operation Features 20"-.balanced fan blades powered b d)

TABERNACLE BAPTIST r safety grille two-speed motor. Push-button swltcNo '
( CHURCH{ 'i radio or TV
interference Compact, durable cabinet 'has attractive//
Amelia Road'Phone % :
P I Rev. Lojd Chambers, Pastor Gt-J.tS'l J 14-E S21 green ,finish, convenient carrying handle.f
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Sunday School __ '10 a.m. I "-
S [ lliorn fng' Worship _..., 11 a.m. i
Evening Worship 7 p.m. r r

x Wednesday Service 7 p.m.
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r.w Two Gallon
. PROPHECY
I Rev. II.'C. Drury, Pastor I '

I I'I 10:00: a.nu Sunday School t ; Gas Can

t i t ..i.c'Y V.v 11:00 7:30: a.m.p.m._Evangelistic Morning Service Service: f7 flle'n r Extra Large, Top Quality] /'I :

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7:30 pm.'Wednesday V.L.B. Young ''
CHAMOIS'
j ;People i ( :

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rC flip cap vent. Features extra capacity for : r r ,1 or stitches.seams
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Bright \vithyellow trim. '
1 ; x 26" size. I

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1 101.269 finished blue body with red cap. _
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83 Years Without a VacationSince /
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'I 1880, Florida phones have gone about their business of bringing people 1 BEACH.

together around the Clock, around the calendar. Because you depend'on it, -iI- 1f .

your telephone never takes a vacation. Over 1,500,000 Southern"Bell phones i il When J
approaching railroad i
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l 'in Florida-all dial-operated-work full time to keep people in touch for any ; tracb, think twice SUPPtY

h; t purpose, day or mht-at so little cost. : and look both ways. Be 1

absolutely sure ,before
Southern. 4 Bell you 'cross-don't take a 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261.4482

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OFFER I ____ ___
WANT AD 'RATES I for low equity in 3 bedroom, 2 HELP :WANTED Seafood Recipes -

.03 per word .75 minimum wall.to-wall bath home with carpeting family, room and, i r DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST


Card of Thanks, Resolutions double carport. No qualifyingor OPPORTUNITY BROILED FLORIDA LOBSTER: IN ANAUTO.

and Similar tfatictafl3 closing .costs. Assume $13,. I WITH FLORIDA'S largest weekly TAILS ...

word 950) loan. See 801 Amejia Dr. premium company, as Sales 6 lobster tails ((5 to 8 ounces .. :"
per -:JLOO minimum
Cal 2GK1686 or phone 201-5307.: tic man-Collector on well established each) "'," ., ,, ;.r'

or 261.36&7or : --- - ---- insurance debit} Good 1/3 cup butter or margarine : $, ... .. .'" ;" ,';'
o \':: \x.. "" '. ;::. < tm
place: ad at office 'POb'ffiRBOAKD all sizes and ,eainings. Apply room 412 % teaspoon salt / \ \: : .\x.'' '' ..:..: ---

511 Ash Street colors, for school projects, "In- 137 E. ,Forsyth, Jax. J13p{ 1/8 'teaspoon white ( :i;;:; ; ".

dow cards etc. NEWS-LEADER, ---- --......... dash paprika pepper "'. @ J '+': : .. T U rtJ] Fie .,. U f1It \
) !i I Q If'To
fill Ash StJOR I CURB GIRLS Apply in per.
SAUCE
son. Freezette, before 4:30: p.m. -1I .t. '
'FOR SALE RENT II tfc. ; &: cup butter or margarine, Give Your Car Longer

1-A: ....-:.:; \\ melted Life and Get Better

I .. 3 tablespoons lemon juice
',ONE KENMORE ,SMALLFURN1SHED COLORED COOK WANTED ;i: wriORS&EJ : ::: I .
VACUUM I cottage, call 'ikI .: ;. Have your dealer split lobster Mileage, Let Our Expert .
Must be 21. Sea
$25 another electric Apply or ,, "
$10. One .Kenmore kitchen. Lone Oaks.. I '
tails. Lay lobster tails flaton
open Mechanics It
side Inn Dining Room, 261.9091; II : Keep
automatic washer, $35. B .Phone 261-50CG. ;tfe ",.:.".. a broiler pan. Brush with melt '
J13p '.' In Perfect Con-
panels Ah\as
heavy maroon drapes, ed butter. Sprinkle with salt, pep- ,
rod $15. 2387 TWO JtOOM furnished '
; S. Fletcher. apartiment ditiun.
and Broil about 4"from
clean EXPERIENCED WAITRESS, per, paprika. ,
Phone 2014027.! J13CFRENCiiPOiiTEE and comfortable. '
wanted. Must be 21. Apply in; heat for 10-15 minutes, according -:
--- -- 310 N.
5th, Mrs. E. S. ..DuBoe.J27c. < An Engine i Tune-Up "
silver person, 'Surf Motel, ,phone 2fil-/ : fAL : ; : to size. :Combine butter :
.... .
miniature ,m. le. ,Si\ montlu 5711. tfc.INSTRUCTIONS ...;;;, : :' : '.: \ EsJ ; and lemon juice to serve with lob. May Be Just What Your '

old. ,AKC. Mrs. Wiren, 2111. .THREE BEDROOM unfurnished w1: : ::''f' :: :: : .LfIFIIp i ; :,::: ster .tails. Serves G. t ,Car Needs ,For ,Fast : [\\

4422. :J13pFiELDiIUPENEDtom.uoAQi house, ,across :from Yulee ,Baptist ...' ,.... :..' t LOBSTER BARBECUE I Starts In The Early
.I : 3 .., !
,Church. rhone '. 3 cooked FLORIDA lobsters

2255270.JISc \;{ SAUCE: t "Mornings.I : ,

Fir St, J.X.. .Cooper, phone I : LAP Service :"
JOB -HECURLTY can be yours by Copt. : % cup chili ,sauce

2CW189.(; -J13c SMALL FURNISHED house. preparing 'now for eomiag Civil IB- 2 tab1espons prepared mustard I O,NLY: .$6.50 GCyLorSCyL

14-FQOT FIBERGLASS boat Water furnished. Infant accept Service exams. Send name, ad. THAT ;TOO MUCH MONEY. AFTERAU.THRE'5 2 tablespoons prepared :horse Plus Parts

with trailer. In good shape. ed. Phone Mrs. ,Lightbody, 2G13384. .dress and phone number.to 'NATIONAL ONLY WEEDS OH .'IT. radish .

J13p \ TRAINING 'SERVICE 1 .teaspoon salt
Only $ OO. 321 S. 3rd phone
JNQ. Box 500 Greenwich, Conn. 2 tablespoons salad oil
2jl( 8jO. J13p ,
COMPLETELY .FURNISHED ,JU25c 11! tablespoon 'lemon juice losserre Motor CO.
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KINGSDERRYHOME beach apartment $(C.0; month 'Have dealer prepare and split '

BRAND NEW 3 ,bedroom year round. 278 S. Fletcher. tic PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I -- lobsters. .(.They ,are already boiled I' '

PUBLIC NOTICE when buy them ;in the mar South, 8th Street Phone 2613819sssm
'you
brick
oak floors. Just outside
: '
BUSINESS Form
I PROPERTY or I TO .BIDDERS : f.orestersOffer ,kets). Place 'split lobsters in -- '-..,..
city: limits. Entire down payment residence, Yu'ee Fla. FrontingU. L'ealed bids wui be received by the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I fi .;!:; trri-:: .., _

only $:lj0.: Less to vtts- Board of County' Commissioners, Nas. IN AND FOR NASSAU ,COUNTY "reaped broiled pan. Spoon ,bar .
S. .17, residence store cabin.
FLORIDA '-- -- n
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Total including sau County, ,Honda It'tl'.e Court: Housein becue sauce over meat in Tails. -
monthly Assistance
payment, FlU hO
Phone 2C1-5480. tIc t'ernanduu Ueach. Florida At 10:00A. :
.,insurance and taxes, $/CO. I Y., July 10. 1MU. on radio equip. IN !RE: ESTATEOF' DAVID LATEN Fill ,body cavity with mashed po-I.

ment for ,Civil Defense Radio Amateur PRINGLE. tatoes. Top with a little ,melted
McCRANIE APARTMENTSONE : I
Deceased,
Civil Emergency Service for Nassau ,
In Planting Pines butter. Place under broiler 3-4 !
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
I
KIN'GSIIERRY TRADE-IN SMALL furnished apart County, 'Florida. This equipment must .
all creditors and all until and '
persons minutes
meet Civil Defense asset or 'potatoes
specifications
IMMEDIATE possession cf three ment, with 'private bath utilities claims
having or demands against
forth in ,Standard Item Specifications browned.
bedroom masonry; home with and washing machine fur M4lNal'CD.HOO and be includedby said estate I I Planting pines! next season ? sauce are {
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You, and of ,
carport., '$250! down, $r>8 per nished. '$8.75 week, tax. For information Civil :Defense on the latest listing !' notified ,and each required you.to present are hereby any A great many Florida farmers LOBSTER. AVOCADO MOUSE' i I

month. Recently redecorated in call W. I. McCran'e' of Certified Radio ,Equipment. 'I claims anti. demands ,which you. or and ,landowners are. Fact is, it's % pound cooked lobster meat

terior. 2G1-4G42. If call 2G1- Complete listing and description of I euiter A you, may bave ugjin:t ,the time to that order 1 tablespoon gelatine
no answer equipment L available from the Clerkof I Estate of DAVID LATEN ,PRINGLE, already place
I 9035, Mrs. Long. tic be Circuit i Court Nassau .County ')"cp..sed. 1..14" of Nassau ,County for new crop pine seedlings. And H cup cold water
Court House, Fernandina .Beach. Florida Florida to the Honorable J. E Weathe water
BUY OF TilE WEEK or the ,Nassau ,County Civil Defense ford County 'Juuge of Nassau. County it's time, ,also to star land pre. % clip :boiling
SMALL FURNISHED house, Director, .Civil Defense Office. ;1 tablespoon lemon juice
paration.
TWO BEDROOM HOME in nice Honda n his office in the County
newly decorated across! street Ferna&lma Beach. Florida ,or by .
avocado
I Courthouse in Fernandina: Nassau County 1 mashed
cup
neighborhood oak ,floorp, ceramic from Keystone Hold. Phone writing the Civil Defense Director, P. Florida within eight months from Land ,preparation or site ,preparation
tile bath Large lot near 0 ttux C72. lernandma: l.each.: Florida the 2C1-4C89. tic 1 Successful bidder will not be requiredto notice. % teaspoon salt
siriobl. House needs work such idle land ready, now, for the
post performance bond but \vtll be Each claim: or ,demand must be in w' ,whipped
paintinjj.! YOU do the work, RENTALS WANTED beach I required to itfluipment to des writing and must state the place of pine seedlings later. Foresters cup heavy cream,

WH furnish the material andS cottages and apartment, 'Fer ignated site in good order and. where residence and post-office address of I recommend that p'anting-site! U .cup mayonnaise
applicable test such equipment on site the claimant and must be sworn to' small
Cut lobster-meat into
you will have a nice home for nandina Beach area. INMAN !I to assure preper operating condition. by the claimant, his agent or his' preparalon be done well ahead of

$50 down, $52.50 month. REALTY CO. 8':>9 Edge\\ood No installation will be involved in this attorney or it will be void according time though actual planting of pieces and set aside. Soften gelatine -
I I bid. At least a one.year guarantee will to law. in cold 'water 'for '5 minutes.
Ave. S., Jax. Phone of the seedlings is done in late November -
3884001.tfc. be required on the major items First publication on June 13. 1961Eloise ,
and stir until
PAUL C. BURNS : radio equipment involved in this bid. mount or on through winter into I. Add boiling water
I'I The County ,reserves the right to As Administratrix of the Estate ot February. dissolved. Add lemon juice, mash;
Builder of Kin Homes
! sbt'rry TWO BEDROOM apartment, newly waive,information la any bid; to reject DAVID LATEN PRINtJLE.: Dece.sed ed avocado, onion, and salt. .Stir
319 S. 8th St. Phone! 2G14GOGtered any and all bids with or without cause; Dated June 12th A.D. 1963. Seedlings don't do well when
--- ---- - decorated. Adults only. I and/or to accept the bid that in its J. ,E. We ltherford, County Judge planted in heavy underbrush. in lobster. Mix whipped cream and
: CIIlIIUAJlUA PUPPIES, regis. Smith Apts., 130fl Atlantic Ave. judgment will be for the best interests Earl Brown, Atty. mayonnaise and fold into gelatin;

,. Phone 2CM341 or 2<51518T. Phone. 2GM835.. .. : .._ tfcNICETROOM i,I i, site 'preparation is necessary.
--- until firm. Unmold on" salad
( tfc I I Commissioners, Nassau County Flor PUBLIC NOTICEIV
with private bath, ] ida. this Utii day of June A. D. IIHBs However, if the planting site is I greens and serve with additional

f HOUSE TRAILER with 2 roomsnttnrh11. private entrance, half block I Harry Poole. Chairman TilE COLNTY: JUDI E'$ COURT covered with heavy grass or brush mayonnaise. Serves 6.
,li-urJ f.Cour.1),Catiumssionesr LV AND FOIl NASSAU COUNTY,
(
Terms arranged. Ph. trom :Post Office. Phone 2fil- Nassau County. Florida2t I discing ,may be required. A

4341. tic ",13. 20 LORIU.flle No. heavy "rough or scrub oak or
2f.U! 2U: tfc "The nice thing about diive-in
----- -- ----------- ---I IN RE: ESTATE OF palmetto will require the use ofa :
FOR REACH..RENTALS, call ,2G14f Laura Relic: Jeffreys movies is that you know where [ ..NGiowla1 Bank
BUY A HOMESITE the ,PUBLIC NOTICE Deceased dozer, or drum }JlIpp'r. ,
n. Nas-j I 42, W. I. MeCranie.Vill be your wife's shoes are when you
sau River 1Dutiful the beach NOTICE .Tor.inunas I NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Ask your farm forester to visit go home." -5...--,_..O.ADNA. -
and dry lots at Nassauville ;glad 'to show anyone The City Commissioners ,of 'the .City all creditors and all persons having your proposed site. lie can make c! Fernandina Beach
and tic claims or demands against said estate
apts cottages. jcf lernandim Beach. Florida will
Others with waterfront privil, -- receive ee lqd .l ds far lUejluraujhujfio You, ar.J each of you, are hereby i helpful suggestions as to how to
well 'TL24S6:: feet of notified and required to presesnt any proceed. Oftentimes, it may be
.rfl. Small down payment LOVELY VACATION ocean ( uiie deep pump what extent preparation for a aJ
cement asbestos pipe, 1.2UO feet of gal claims and demands which you. or I 'burn ((2)) chop. _. .... __
advisable: to ((1)) tIf ,0< 11I1'0'oo' .
AOICI <<
Ternw 'to unit 'Illwm} rantij1l' front downstairs apartmentwith vanized pipe, 10.2W feet of P. V. C. either of you. may have against. the particular reforestation site h -'-hQN

Ellis., POpular 5-2G01, Jackson fenced in yard. Sleeps 10 pipe and ruscellaneous valves and estate ofLAURA BELLE JEI" FREYS 'I nnd ((3)) rechop before the field necessary, and what variety of

viii!. ",. ; '!Jtfc to'::12 ipeople. ,Phone 2GL3174.tfc fittings located in at the the City Municipal of I'ernjndma loU; Course lie late of Nassau County, Florida to the I bed is finally ready. pine may le ,planted for the most
I lion. J. E. Weatherford, County Judge t I Its wise to start preparation '
ach. Honda i Specifications i aitJ details profitable return. Your ,forester
I .. .. .
of Nassau County. County Courthouse since 'the
LARGE SHADED ,LOTS at Ame.lia -- inerroi are on me ui me v u; ilgu, I months before planting, can also help in the advance ordering -
in Eernandina Ie: ch Nassau County.
1100 X J43. .$lotdown, ;$10 \PARTMENT ,newly) decorated !' Fernandina.lUds shalibe Reach: returnable Florida on or before I Florida vuthiit six months from the- toil after discing needs time to of seedlings from the Try Classified! Ad For Quick Results.Jhsf'sforme
Cth St. at 111 date of the first publication of this down rain-
$20. 309 S. Apply settle, to be packed by
month. Call Huuurd Ham ,
per 8:00 P. M on June %ti. liiffl! aid the notice nursery.

mend, 2GU721: 'tfc$5J1)OWN S. 5th St. tic City Commission reserves the ,right to Each claim or demand must be in fall.. and' crenerallv stabilise.l; ''for ..--
reject any orjll bids and,to accept writing and must state the place 011 better survival or"the pine, seedlings
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UNFURNISliED house the bid which in the opinion of said
SMALL
residence and post-office address of the
$ >0 MONTH, buys City Commission is iff the best interestof I after planting. ,
Call claimant and must be sworn to by the "
'Franklin St.
still new ,masonry throe ,bed. for rent. t310 said ,City of Fenundina Beach claimant, his agent,'or his attorney or 1 In clearing off scrub oak by Amerjca. !
2TI1f'or'further'inCormation.1 $
213 l. Honda it will become void according to law '
room home in nice comhtitwi. J. 'clayton ,Sanders Each creditor shall deliver sufficient whatever method two "trips over .

ff- t- tic1 I Acting. City Auditor, and 'Ckrk eapies of his claim to enable the Coun are usually required and a (>-
beaeh, FloridaIT
THREE J1EDROOM I, .1U ..baths.beautiful UPPER 'hECK APIS. Completely -i City of teriundma ,6.13 ty representative:Judge to mail one to each personal I week or 2-month period in ;between -

lot near high school furnished including TV-I ,Dated June, A. D. 1SC3Lwira ; is desirable.

$16.000ilh $350 down, $C3.50 tff PUBLIC NOTICE ,Relic: Jeffreys Uolcombe Call farm forester 'Frank Hill
Phone 2fil-3118./ l As Executrix of the Last Will
month. I 1 1I at 'EIXM1 for advife as to >
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'IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT,. 'QURT1JjumtuL and Te.1aR.en pf ." :" '
fr 1rh THREE BEDROOM house, Five clltCUrr ;IN AND.:>'oic "' "'Est4ta.of. '" ". : :l -.r1-- -- ----- ; u. 1

STILL NEW MASONRY three I Points. Call 2(51.5121.( tie NASSAU CUUNTY. pummA.IV I .1 <.. t lio Jpffrevs. Deceased. PUBLIC NOTICE It
I tllANCCKV.NO First published on: June 13 19(3.l
bedroom home $450 down only 2CKCOMMERCE 6-13 20, 21. 74 NOTICE OF AUCTION 1 _'

$55 month including. tax and in- TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs LOAN COMPANY. a --- -I I will sell to ,the ,highest and best

surance. furnish]. All electric kitchen. corp..formerly* MAC PUBLIC NOTICE bidder for cash, one 1953 Ford 4-door,
CKLD1T CO., Inc serial U4AU153408.. far storage
Phone 2G1-C2C9: 2G1-3230.'tfc
or Plaintiff. NOTICE TO CREDITORS due. on Monday, June 24 at 12 noon, -
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AT YULEE, masonry three bedroom vs FLORIDA STATUTES'IN I at 221 South Fletcher 'Ave.Howard '- _
home reasonable down TWO BEDROOM unfurnished '! MMIE LEE OLIVER* dbhlRLLY "THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY Hammond. ________..J4 4 r
3t '645. 13, !OI _
house. : OLIVER. JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY, FLORID 'a
payment and monthly payments. Defendants. \, IV PROBATE. I $ t/ '- '
-ft -* NOnCE OF SUIT In re: Estate *fFREDERICF. I PUBLIC .NOTICENOTICE '
"TWO ROOM furnished apartment 5/1 ATE OF FLORID GAINES, SR. Deeeastd > I '
John T. ,rmeir&. -Son COUNTY OF NASSAU I TO CR' DITOI.S _._ e' '
SOS Atlantic Ave. Phone 2fiU371 >i5r To tHIHLEY OLIVER. Residence To AU Creditors and Persons HaviBg I'LORID.STATUTES '
JI. ..SAHLMAN Unknown: Claims or Demands Against Said Estate : IV THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY

; -FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC- ,nan -e PHONE 2G1321FURNISHED"APT. You are Hereby notified that a suit I : of I,IDa JUDGE, W ,PROnAtE.NASSAU COLNTY.: tLOR- '- -
_. has been filed against >ou. Shirley You and each >ou are hereby '
Priced 'for quick sale. Air- -- -- Ouv.r. 'in ttte above ,entitled cause; notified: and required to nresent any In re: Estate ,of ,I
for rent. 'Ph. and that you are hereby required to claims and demands which you. or %v. non FRANKLIN DferatH _
Queen vacuum, attachments. 212North have I. To AU Creditors and Prrsoat Hivla
tfc file your ansuer with the Clerk of either of YOU. may against the
2CM320.
,14th. tie I this Court, and to serve a copy there. estate ,of Frederic F. Caines: Sr.. deceased Claims or Demands Against 'Said Estate
upon the Plaintiff, or Plaintiff's attorney. late ,of said County. to the I :
MATCHED SET Diamond and I whose name and address is: County Judge of ,Nassau County Flnr-;I I You and each of you are hereby
ROBLRT: E. HUCKER. 400 Law Exc ida. at his office in the court ,house notified I and required! t> present any
: \\(' din" band new. Priced .to MISCELLANEOUSPAINTING' 1.lnte Building JacksunviLi. 2. tt said County at ,Fernandina Reach. I claims and demands which you. or ''c-. ::. ....
sell See Bertie at Florida Florida Florida. withii/ six calendar months either cf you, may have against the -:;: -- ..,, 4qeee' CVTIAM CONVUmM.1Olds
not later than July 15. A. D.. 1963. from the time of the first publicationof !'estate of W. Icb Franklin deceased. <
i n%pk. tfcBEVCH INSIDE ANDOUT. If you fail to do so. ,Decree Pro Corf- ,this notice Two copies of each late at 'said 'Co\mty.to"the County -
fesso Hill be entered against you for claim or demand shall be in writing I Judge of Nassau County Florida at
f HOMES12G7 ( Paperhanging.: Low pri the relief demanded in the ,ComplaintThe and shall state the place of residence his office in the court house of said
ces. ,Day or nijrM. Start at once. nature oi said su& being Ins and past office address ct the tlum- County at I-ernandufe Reach FlorIda -
S. Flrlrhfr .\re. Foreclosure t>l Mortgage on The following ant, and shall be sworn to by lie within ax calendar months Iran
,. Phone 2G1-5135.: J20p described property situated in claimant, his agent, rr attorney and I the time of the first publication '()l
Three bedroom, kitchen, livinjr notice Two : of each claimer
Nassau County, Florida to-wit: accompanied by a filing fee of one this cop es
; room and dining area. $G2.50 VELMA'S KIDDIE NURSERY North >"a of Lot 5. Block IK of Fern. rtatlir: and such claim or demand net I demand shall be in writing,. and fever is taking America by storm

monthly. By (hour, day or week. 102 S. andina According to ,the plat thereof so filed,Elizabeth shall A.be Caines\oid shall office state the address place cf of.the residence claimant and, and here's one of the m.flulifihil .
I post
.. according to the current public records -
1'r r IQth St Phone 2G1-5932. J27c of Nassau County .Florida. A% executrix of the Last Will and tad shall be sworn to by the claim- if est reasons why: The captivating
Testament of Frederic F. daises, ,arIt, his agent, or attorney and accompanied -
: S. Fletcher.Aye. 1 Davenport
; ..::10CO F-85 Cutlass!
\VANITY BEAUTY SHOP 2 Lounging Chairs 1 platform rocker Sr. deceased by a filing fee of one dollar
I Pour bedrooms, living room, kitchen Thos J Shave. Jr. and such claim cr demand not so filed
,1 TV chairU
4 and dining area. Florida Thrifty permanent wave, J&95. ;Throw rugs Attorney For ,Executrix shall be void. StnationatV.8adionand quicksilver
Distinctive service budget f first publication 7une 6. 1963. Velma Graham FranklinAs ->
: room. Stove, refrigerator and 3 TaUes. .2 end. 1 coffee *t 68. l3.20.27 administratrix of the Estate agility both+figure in this bueket-seat
Telephone 201-4685 ( 1 Motorola TV
freezer. Gas heat. prices. or of W. Rob Franklin deceased beauty's record-breaking popularity.
1 radio '0
appointment tic first publication May 30. 1963. n
: ;,; # 2 Tables J flu '
PUBLIC NOTICE Aibm Co, Thorrpson Jr
7 Chain 'Ii So the
", 6G7 S. ,Neither HOMF MADE POUND cakes, 1 Speed Queen wash. mach Attorney for Administratrix. I why not join nearly 1,700
\ 1 Singer mach. INVITATION TO BID 4t 530. U 13. 20 buyers a day who prove that 'goby
TWP ;STaltY duplex two bed. layer and birthday cakes, pies. sewing ---
: rooms 2 bedrooms 'down. All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. 1 PhUco refrigerator Sealed bids will be received in the t I it the going;thing! You may lose
up 1 Casirange. Kelraatortervfce office cf the Florida Park Service at PUBLIC NOTICE
t> '2GU332. tIc $11 : for 4, silverware 311 .State Office i&jiMiaf. daises and Gfj ;heart but you'll *cover
2173& S. Fletcher 1 *emee for 4. dikes :t utensils Adams Streets. Tallahassee. Florida. N.tice Is kerebjr ,zJven that the ..uariersigned. 1hin.1flu C'f '63's biggest'thrills!
: I/If
IF 'YOU HAVE a drinking -prob.- ,2 Was uolU 3 p.m. IE-2.T, June 20. ISO .for pursuant to the "Fictitvns
CORNER LOT -.. 3.. bedrooms 1 dresser I vanity the following work at Fort Clinch ; Name Statute". Chapter No. 209S3. .
kitchen and dining area, Living >m, write Alcoholic* Annnrmons. 1 Chiffonier State Park. at ,Fernarxiina Beach. Laws of Florida 1941. as amended bY' is rut lAID LiMIT ROAD AUAS-
Box 338. city EL-T.-7700 I' 5 lamps. 4 table, 1 floor Florida in Nassau County: ," Chapter No. 26760. Laws of florida ,,1 ,,, ftm a fttf Oils DM/*** wlult ..,,1,baSil
; room, :Florida room, utility WITNESS my hand pd the sell of State Project No. 22ttMM-2* (entrance Hal being Section 8 509. Florida
room and two-car garage. said Court at iFernandirrj I'-each. Flor- station and office). ':'Statutes. will register with the Clerk
J FLOOR SANDING .iiu! refmishing. ida.<< this 12th day of Juae A..1). Utt. .Plans -and specifications for thisproject of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau
tr r .Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson Ueals) / D. .O. .OxleyD : .' iinayibe .secured J>y writing to County. Florida. upon receipt of proof
: 125 South 17th St. / 0 OXLEY Florida Park Services 311 State Of. .f publication cf this notice the fictitious .
\ Two bedrooms living dining Phone 2GMG03. tfc19SAFETY3 Clerk of the Circuit Court I I fire Building. lathes and Adam1 I name, towtt: .
room, I
Nassau County Fernandina ;I Streets. Tallahassee. Florida. No. plan COOPER'S LAUNDRY
room and kitchen. Lot 151 ., ieach. Florida.4t i deposit will be required. ,I Under which we are ,engaged in -iTHLIEJ IQMETrHKS LTTM" MOOT DINING M OUKKttllEI,KE ,TOM OUUMCiilE dtUUTT,OUUli _e

S z 140. Its ..- ..,............ 6.13.20. 27. 74 The Florida Park Services reserves !I business at 201 South 14th 'Street In
the right to reject any and all bids the City of Fernandma Reach Florida.That .
'I tr arid to.act'fPt.Ute.bid in.the best interest I I the parties Interested in said 232 ,South' Phone
: :Pete Jngnun, Ealwnun of the State .f Tlonda. business enterprise, are as 10110.*.:
Florida Park Service diaries 11. Cooper or Luella Kathar. ; Reynolds Motor Co
L. L. Bohanwn Broker 0 ir rrorida TIINIeA13I&. .by .Walt.r .A. .C"1weIJ. II I ine Cooper, his wife Solo Owners as 8th Street 26JJJ12a
n .-tUi St. :i'luuu 261.5269h& ; .Director I .an&titile iby tIM tUUreties. ,

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Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 13, 1963 I

Too Late To ClassifyBY / I IAs CUSTOM

News From -
RUSSELL KAY ]
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Ilan TheatrePhone Ii The Rec we approach another "Flag I;man endeavor never before i'I Y MADE

sCenter Day" it might be well for all of : known 'i era. n.i
2G1-4849 D. W. Roberts, Mr.SATURDAY I us to stop and consider what our I That, Hitler was informed, was /JWIJ .. ., F RAM E
I BY SANDY flag really means or should mean why our flag is never dipped to
AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30
Finish Fiber Glass Wire
I to us. I 9 Acrylic Lacquer 9 ,
but only in
any man reverence top
ONE COMPLETE SHOW i; THURSDAY, JUNE 13 tha Puletti, Inst. I This story has been told before I God. I: 28x18 (with hangers) ONLY $3,80

Jr. Life-Saving Class in the Sub-Teen Club in the Game I but it always bears repeating. I Alone, it stands in splendor as i

Friday & Saturday Pool 10:00: 12:00 a.m. Room at 7:15 U m. The great stadium in Berlin: the first flag in human history dedicated PORTER & LOVEQUISTCOLOR ..
i Home Demonstration Club in Jr. First Aid Class in Conference j was filled to capacity. One hun to personal and religious CENTER8th >W

"MA AND PA KETTLE"ALSO i the Conference ROOm at 10:00 Room 1:00 3:00: p.m. and I dred five thousand intently interested freedom of mankind. It is no mere Street At Five Points Phone 261.3068
Fernandina Beach Rifle
i I spectators had gathered to holiday emblem but the solemn national .
i a.m.Ballet Class (Beginners) in the Pistol Club in the Conference witness the opening of the. Olym- emblem of two hundred .-----
Room, 8:00
Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julanne! p.m. pic games. i million people who pledge allegi-:
; in |
Men and Boys' Health Club
"DUEL OF THE TITANS"STEVE Owens, Inst. Young people from all over the ance to the Republic for whichit
-_ I the Health Club Room, day and
Ballet Class (Intermediates) in evening. world were there, each concerned stands. t i AIR CONDITIONING/ / / =
(HERCULES) REEVES I the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Jul- with bringing honor and glory to' Love of country is an elemental >
--- --- -'- I anne Owens, Inst. SATURDAY JUNE 15th their native land. They were virtue like mother loor love of j

Sunday & Monday : Ballet Class (Advanced) in the Adult Swim Class 10:00: 11:00: gathered in groups around their'nation's home. Those who live under the NEEDED !
i Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne j flag, waiting to take Stars and Stripes are loyal to it
a.m.
"THE HOOK"KIRK I Owens, Inst. their place in line for the grand
Cotillion Club Dance in Audi-I opening march. !j I i as they are loyal to truth, justice,'
Senior Citizens Club in the .
I torium at 9:00 p.m. and courage, keenly alive to tie .
DOUGLAS Conference Room Adolpf Hitler held the center
at 7:00
p.m. Teen Club in the Game Roomat I : of American citizenship ;
responsibilities -
Teen Club in Game Room at 7:30 spot in the great stadium, where
-ALSO- p.m. with his aides with all pomp and and proud of its glorious cI
; 7:15 p.m. Men and Boys' Health Club in I i
,
would officially review "
"COME FLY WITH ME"DOLORES 'I ,Adult Ballroom Dance Class in the Health Club Room, day and i ceremony the parade. privilege. !
evening. I Any who live under it and are
the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. The grand parade into the
| not loyal are traitors to those
HART HUGH O'BRIEN I Men and Boys' Heaith Club in SUNDAY, JUNE 16th stadium began. In alphabeticalorder '
who love freedom, liberty, and :
: the Health Club Room and by country the O r
day country
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Lutheran Church Meeting in i justice for all regardless of race, ao
ONE COMPLETE SHOW EACH NIGHT evening. the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. marchers proceeded and as each color or creed, for so under God
I reached the center, the color
t was this emblem conceived and
FRIDAY, JUNE nth
BEGINS 7:30 MONDAY. JUNE 17th guard turned to face the Great dedicated. i 10
in Ceramics Hitler and dipped their colors ,to ii
I AdltCeratpic
Children's Art Class in the Cer- him.\.\.... i, i 10
Room 9:30 a.m.-12:00 noon, MarT i -,
I amics Ropm at 3:30 p.m... Faith I II Toward the end of the I I Sp ; Iq
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Britton;Instr. I II .. i ,
I I sion, the American I 30 so
delegation \
Island Squares Club ,Jn the I .. ; ..
I 1 reached the reviewing stand. In- I 4 o\
Game Room at 7:30 j
J-i p.m. 'stead of turning and dipping their!: LITTLE'I
: Jaycees meet in Conference FROM ,o 1o
% colors other I
as every delegation : ,
Room at 7:00 p.m. | .
had done before them, the flag
: 1ahotter
Cotillion Club Board Meeting in ISPARKSGIANT -
bearer meld "Old Glory" even M
the Office at 8:00 p.m. I
higher ignoring the dictator.
t Adults and Teens Ceramics "
Ceramics Room at Hitler was furious. lIe con
Class in the
sidered it an insult and protested. FORESTi it gets hotter hotter. Yes
; 7:30 p.m., :Martha Jean Puletti, i
I Instr. His! protest brought prompt reply FIRES GROW! this: summer is going to be a real scorcher.
Club in He was informed that our
Men and Health
I Boys'
A spark,from brush Don't let another hot Choose
and flag was not the emblem of any stray a day pass. an
I the Health Club Room, day
I
ruler or potentate but the true fire leaps into a tract of
Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel) I evening. emblem of the auhority of a free woods. First it smolders, electric; air conditioner today. Right herein

Will Bring Peak PerformNow! Your Life May Ie- Alignment and Balance. TUESDAY, JUNE 18th people who believe that all men then it bursts into flames, Fernandina Beach you'll find the electric -
ance Hack To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt Ac- You'll Drive More Safely! I are created equal.It consuming everything in
air conditioner that's for needs
,
in perfect your
Junior Life Saving Course
tor. tion of Your Brakes. its
___._ u_ ._ __.. __ __ _-_ __ Pool 10:30: 12:00 noon. had never been flaunted for path. Finally there are .
i the glory of any single man be only the charred remains, and you'll get terms to fit your budget.See
Ballroom Dance Class ( 11-
age he King, Potentate or Dictator.It of a once beautiful and pro-
COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARS f 3:30 13)) in the. Conference Room at was born of the struggle for ductive Southern forest. If your favorite appliance dealer today ::

p.m.Ceramics freedom. It is the emblem of you must burn brush... -.,
in the
j Class ((0-11))
f our Constitution, our heritage, take every precaution.And
Ceramics Room at 2:00: p.m. Mar- '
-
STANDARD Harreli's Auto Service"YOUR tha Barbershop Puletti, Instr.Quartet in the Con representing stands for all the Americans.It dignity of the SPARK stay until IS OUT.the LAST Florida P blc; :

individual and the inalienable
ference Room at 8:00 .." REMEMBER: I IUtilities
.rights with which we are endowed ,
+
Men and Boys' Health Club in s.cI EVERT TIME
RAMBLER DEALER"PHONE I' the Health Club Room, day and I by our Creator. It rep- '' ARRESTy i I
I 'resents the honor, glory and ac 't't; : FIRE STRIKES Company:
261-4117 8TH AND JASMINE STREETS. ,I evening !complishments of our people who i .. \,,',L, IOU GET BURNED!
I WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th I have reached the heights of hu- I

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I Junior First Aid Class in the :. 1-.--: 7- .. ._., ..i'u- __ .... __._ .! _-.. it._ _'._ __n _-. r. "- ___ __ .'6_ y.NL.m.: A. j -IF.\ ; .< '(
Conference Room 1:00 3:00: p.m.


Now At Your Favorite Store o I' 2:00 over:Ceramics)p.m.in ,the Martha Class Ceramics(Puletti age Room,12 Inst.and at '

tl
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,w, Sub Adult 7:15 Teen p.m.Ceramics Club in Class Game in Roomat the (f f/lffJ fJ @ }@fJUf! 4

rT nAsk For I' Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar

tha Jean Puletti, Instr.
Men and Boys' Health Club in

the Health Club Room, day and
"THE TASTE WILL TELL" I evening. I YOUR FORD DEALER !

i THURSDAY, JUNE 20th

HOLLY HILL DAIRY"ONLY Junior Life Saving Course in We're selling trucks at the fastest pace in history, and we ''t. '

INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING the Ballet Pool Class 10:00: (Beginners 12:00: noon.) in the aim to keep i it up! There's real savings i if you come in now!

Auditorium at 2:30 p.m. Julanne

,ria+ FERNANDINA BEACH" Owens, Inst. t. ,
Ballet Class (Intermediate) in '
For Home Delivery Call 261-3198 the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m. Jul- I New Ford Pickup-ruggedly built like

anne Owens, Inst. the big trucks with new riding comfort!
Fernandina Beach .
Ballet Class (Advanced) in the SAVE TODAY-GET OUR
Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Factory suggested retailprice FAST ACTION SPECIAL!
"-"
TASTE THE DIFFERENCE. '
i Owens, Inst. for Ford F-100 6-foot
Styleside Pickup with 223
Teen Club in Game Room 7:15 ,.
a. Six, turn signals and all
TASTE THE FRESHNESS. }. standard equipment. Destination
: p.m.Adult Y
Ballroom Dance Class in charges and state and
the Conference Room at 8:00: p.m. I ; ;5 +; < r/, local taxes,if any,are extra.
Direct From Farmer To YOU! Men and Boys' Health Cub in I

the Health Club Room, day and!

TASTE THE RICHNESS evening.


Move Up To Quality Use Permium I GIVE FORESTS A BREAK. ,

PLASTIC-CARTON Jersey Milk I CLEAR A FIREBREAK j

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NOW GET OUR
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.. FAST ACTION SPECIAL!
-) -, ,>.''/ price for Ford Econoline Van .!
with driver's seat, 144 Sir,
9. ,y ', turn signals and all standardequipment.
'/ y Destination =
i / charges and state and local J
,, taxes if any are extra.
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