Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
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 20, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00025
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession. The Florida News. The East Floridian The Peninsula The i-ernancana Courier ine Island Gty. Ferflai !na UOserver. Fernandina Express, The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror The Nassau County Star. The News, The Fernandma Record.
I Femandina News.Record Nassau County Leader The Outlook The Florida-Georgia News The Fernandina News, The Buccaneer.
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! jusl Rami/in : j' : fj'' ; ; :\ :;" ,v :,: ;,' I I I'Chamber Discusses: !Perdue Seeking j ]Week's Fort Clinch VisitorsAt IE. J. Smith Seeks-

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"'' ,'' '. Fiesta And Golf I City Commission j, !Stand At 6,356A i j Reelection To Post

I 2 Tourney For 1964 Group Two Seat i Recorded; total at of Fort 6,356isitors Clinch! State was 'j On City Commission

1 Park for the week ending June 16.

After hearing favorable reports C. Lamar Perdue has qualifeidfor ]There weie 3,933 day visitors, 2- ', E. J. Smith, incumbent City
on the financial aspect of the Group Two seat on the 273 campers and 150 guests at !'i Commissioner in Group Two, has
.icj ';: the recently staged Golden Crown City Commission of Fernandina Jetty Lodge. qualified for reelection to his
: Fiesta and the $5,000 InvitationalGolf Beach. His formal announcement Visitors Sunday only totalled present post, subject to the city
I refuse to dignify recent F \ Tournament, directors of the follows: 1,469. general elccion on July 16.
noxious actions by the Chamber of Commerce engagedin "I am a candidate for City
Court by putting any I a discussion of both events for S. S
into print, no matter how 1961. City CommissionPost ,
th ..2to, me they have It was generally agreed that : Si

Many ,of the biggest issues of both events were desirable for 3 SoughtBy i ,
day would have been no next year. Dan Daugherty urged S _
than minor incidents and that committees be named now
have often withered on the for the Fiesta so that suggestionsfor Herb WhiteHerb "

except{ for the sensational improvements CIuld be incorporated i :: ___
I reporting being engaged in before they are for. White, local businessman,
by the press, TV and ,i gotten. '_ has qualified and will campaignfor
don't believe in shoving my R. B. Bailey moved that additional _
the Group 3 seat on the City
j into the sand as does the funds for the Fiesta be se i. Commission. : 'p' $'. ;
when trouble arises, neither cured. He suggested that the .
, believe, as in the Henny County Commission be approach. White's official announcement
, fable, that the sky is falling ed and asked for the same type follows:
t because something i is dropped funds that go annually to the "I moved to Nassau County 5' '5 _
I my head. 1 fair which is held in Callahan. with my parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ::,,, _24'
j'j'I lie Sousa and his wife, Mollie, as he receives H. White, Sr., in 1942 and grad. .
I ok ok I (Continued on Page Six) : ':
of, 71. Charlie is just one of many that the uated from the Fernandina Beach
Farris Bryant will!! doubtless
and "persuaded" to accept the benefits. High School. I receded my degreein
I long ida's remembered outstanding as governors.one of R. B. Donaldson, district manager of the Rev. Nelson Moyer Business Administration at

course, the outstanding I to right, Mike Wolpert, S. S. field represen I Georgia Military College. L
be of dubious 'Commission, Group 2, subject to
one Memorial
tion may New
tinction in most quarters. _ .X..L .X..L _X 1. : the Primary July 16th. _

I' ning in 19CO on a: platform Charlie Sousa, born Domingo "I have lived in Fernandina Smith, who is currently a. rv-
I pledged no new taxes, Bryant Island : Sousa in Olhao, Portugal, 71 Methodist Pastor Beach seven years, moving here S ing a second term as Mayor and
I, done the about-face of the years ago was richer this week from Kingsland, Georgia where I chairman of the Commission, is
tury and with the help of an i by virtue of one Social Security ; The Rev. Nelson P. Moyer, : j served as Mayor of that city for \ I freight and passenger agent for
ly "generous" legislature. Commission : check. formerly, pastor of Trinity Me-(1 four years. I am a member of the the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
; who feel that they were Although Charlie had been eli- thodist Church in Jacksonville, i' Board of Directors and Treasurerof here. He has been with SAL for
over-taxed apparently will Stratton. gible for benefits for a numberof has been appointed pastor of Me- the local Chamber of Commerce 38 years.
that "they ain't wen nothing : which will beI years he, like many others, had morial Methodist Church, replacing | Chairman of the City (Continued on Page Four)
after reading today's accounts i |(; members of the 'I never notified the Social Security Rev. John L. Jones, who with: Planning and Advisory Board, [
all the new ways dreamed up will be vested Administration or filed a claim. I his family, is now serving a : President of the Fernandina
separate the Florida i i I for such develop.'I' (Continued on Page Two) pastorate Venice-Nokomis.. ; Beach Shrine Club, Royal Arch Miss Pikula SpeaksOn
from the few excess shekels j jI I County and Fer. Rev. Moyer and his wife, Margery 'i Masons, member of the First
may nave accumulated. Of I ] deem necessary '' are the parents of three'children ;Methodist Church, married and Enphysema At
Northeast Floridians can Safety Program have two sons.
'j program. Nelson III, who is in ;,
that their opinion of : !! patterned af "As a Public Accountant I have
gay his junior at Florida State
i is Changed much over the at St.Augustine ( year been, successful in business and Kiwanis
Being InitiatedAt I University, Sharon, who enter j j I Meeting
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picture. His image has long I historical and rec i her senior year in high school, I'
at a low ebb due to his I| 1 I and clear slums, on and Ruth, in the 7th grade. BY TOMMY HALL

ignoring of any and '1 from anticipated: American BeachAlthough I In addition to his pastorate at William F. Collins Miss Jamina Pikula, R. N. whois
pertaining to this area. and preserved
Methodis. Rev. has
Trinity Moyer
II ( employed by Rayonier Inc.,
& & I the question of who served as pastor at Callahan and was the principal speaker at the
Anyone in their sixties who can administer the necessary City, and served the Methodist -Dies i Monday At "I reside at' 1911 Beech Street Kiwanis meeting on Monday at
not as. familiar with Social funds is still in doubt, a water church as a missionary to I with my wife, Betty, and my two' Seaside Inn. Stan Tarlton, pro
curity as they might be, may Budget safety program is being instituted Alaska for six years. Nassauville j( Home daughers, Jamie and Nancy gram chairman, introduced Miss
pf the of I at American Beach resort in Alaska '1 1I '*1 am a member of the First Pikula
take note case a t The six years were I II who told Kiwanians of
Sousa who this week received $17,606 for Negroes on the lower East t the crucial years that preceded I II I, Baptist Church, the Kiwanis 'Club, the physical condition caused by
first S. S. benefit. CJarlie, Coast of Amelia Island. i the coming of statehood for the 1, William Furraan Collins, real ,Commander of the Local U. S. emphysema. She explained i in de1 .
had never filed for such j, 1 The question has arisen over ':'territory. Rev. Moyer has many estate .dealer and veteran of i iW |, Coast Guard Auxiliary, which tail .and in everyday parlance how
searched I of directors at a "''of his, orl< .:Wars I and II, died unexpectedly -i helped organize, Fernandina i
and was virtually the WQrding of a bill recently rj) color slides and memories i, I maladies of the lungs effect the
by Iht Social efurijJ AfJ1! J S"'submitted-by\ the Nassau l gisla-t- experiences, and is quick to tell,J a J W* ,)pme in !Nassau-. ,, Beach Offshore Fishing' Clubwhich '; rj alth of an individual.
ttation SQ Tbrjr could) bejm f : Rodeffef'.f'chaimalft tive delegation and passed by r.that; the local Methodist church I i' yill Monday. ir. i also helped arga'riize'i : \' The speaker pointed out, "that
payments. Check your status i ,. conducted dis- I| both the House of Representatives helped wih his support during the I'f. Funeral was held today at 1:30 i I Past Commodore of the Fernan- the disease of emphysema has
be mi sing I i o-E the partici :' I in Estes-Krauss! Funeral; dina Beach Boat Club, and the,,
now, you may and Senate. Alaskan venture, for which: he p.m. : been on the increase, and that
checks did Charlie.// and their requests; I, Home in Jacksonville, with Rev., Nassau County Men and. Boys !"
as feels deeply grateful. ,
Section One of the bill reads as j (Continued On Page Two)
year. 1 Daniel Wade, of Spring Health Club. \ |,
I' I follows j He grew up in Jacksonville ; pastor
meeting were : Hill "I operate own business at
Baptist Church, officiating. my
I Four
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The Fernandina Beach Glyn Waas, i "The county commissioners ofany ; Burial was in Greenlawn Ceme. (Continued On Page Two) Mrs. Valero Named
Club has had plans drawn I I _____ I
\ )', Emerson Fizer county in the state having a *
for the beautification of Mrs. Jona.i population of not less than seventeen Rotarians Hear tery.Mr.. Collins was born in South ; I State Chairman
boat house so that it will a'j secretary, Ira {; thousand ((17,000)) and not Carolina and had lived in Jacksonville .Jimmy( Harrell 1 In VFW AuxiliaryMrs.

in with the beauty of the of the upcoming more than nineteen thousand ((19,. a number of years before ,
t Marine Welcome Station and Ray Caldwell. 000)), according to the latest official Talk On Operation I Ii moving to Nassauville. He was a Wins In Hilda Valero was appoint.
marina. 'The plans Trip
new city I groups that will decennial census, are authorized 'Bap ist. I ed State Community Service
for attractive brick veneer, a ,, to contribute from the chairman for the Veterans Of
the funds raised by ,I gen- Of Bank Survivors include his widow,
roof. plus refurbishing of the eral funds of the 1 Eye I Foreign Wars
, : are the Girl county a sum not i Mrs.. Margaret Collins; a son, Rambler Contest Department of
terior to include kitchen : to exceed three thousand dollars j I Florida Ladies
Red Cross, Boy : ifulius E. Collins ,of Atlanta, Ga.; Auxiliary at the
and rest rooms. The : Army, Nassau ) ($3,000.00)) to the life saving and i, BY PAUL WARWICK a granddaughter, Miss Patricia I''V.F.W.! State Encampment held
location, adjacent to the : I Health Associa water safety programs of the I Growing importance of the Elizabeth Collins of Jacksonville;; I' A Las Vegas "Dream Holida7"for : in Miami Beach June 14-16, and
and boat launching ramp, I' Home Society of American Red Cross or other recognized !I North Florida Eye Bank, in JaCk- two sisters, Mrs. Alice Hartley; two has been won by Jimmy I| was installed with the department
make the tlub even more Y.MC.A. and the agency when such pro. sonville, and the work it is doing,, and Mrs. George W. Lloyd of[ 1\Harrell, owner of Harrell's Auto ,; officers for the ensuing year.
than in the past. II Society. |i (Continued on page 3)) featured the talk'given yesterdayto Jacksonville; a brother, Julius nationwide Service, and Rambler for dealer Rambler, in a ;I Mrs. Valero has been active in
'* plant manager Fernandina Beach Rotarians bv Collins of Waycross, Ga., and S'I dealers American the Veterans Of Foreign Wars
sponsored by
Joe Suriano, dockmaster at j < Paper Bag Co., is Howard Armstrong, a resident of eral nieces and nephews. I Sales Ladies Auxiliary since 1946 and
t I no'): city marina, came in ,: I' the *Community Rayonier Again Arlington, a suburb of the more Pallbearers were Sidney Ashley Motor Corporation. :I has served as district no. 6 president
1 few orchids in the current for the cur I southerly city.Armstrong Joel Brown, Herbert Norton, i: Mr. and Mrs. Harrell left Wed. Jacksonville area; president ,
Gondolier, a magazine devoted Reaches 1 Million I who heads up the Harold Reese, Burnell Young- :nesday by plane for Miami to ; of the local post Ladies Auxiliary;
f boating and fishng: interests eye bank and eye-glass activities I blood and Dolan Strickland. spend four days and three nights ;j i i district chief-of-Staff; community j jI
South Florida. Ronnie I of the Jacksonville Lions Club, at the new $18,000,000 Tropicana i service chairman; Amerieanwrn
docM aster at the famous I Co. Safe Man Hours was introduced to the local Rotary !I MYF To ConductCar Hotel. Activities will include fash- 'chairman and several othe-f 5di.
CO Marina in Fort Lauderdale, I $555,301 Club by James Fortuna, also of ; on shows, sight-seeing, cruising' trict and department office
cently completed a trip on I ,I It was announced Monday by Jacksonville, who, in turn, was Wash Saturday on one of he man-made wonders I She is active in youth activities
I Intracoastal Waterway; and Job 1'B. L Rauschert, Resident Man- I introduced by Hugh Stone. I : of the world Lake Mead programs in the Auxiliary ax wellas

this to say about his I i well.known Jack. i' ager of the Fernandina Division, The Jacksonville eye bank, operated -I The Junior High Dept. of the golfing and swimming. I in other organizat oB.. Her
here. "Suriano knocks hmself: I Rayonier Incorporated, that the in cooperation with the j Methodist Youth Fellowship will I American Motors' executiveswill present appointment calls for the
the transient boatman. If who is now local division employees achieved University of Florida in Gainesville 'I conduct a car wash Saturday i'i be on hand to act at hosts. {i visiting of all the Ladies Auxiliaries -
I here with his I
can't drum up transportaion I I' South Fletcher| the coveted 1,000,000 man.hours has enjoyed remarkable success 'I June 23, at the Fire Station. | Harrell won the all-expense trip I I to the V.F.W. throughout
pary he will carry you without a lost time injury Sun. during its first year of ex Cars will be serviced from 9) for two by selling the greatest'j' the State of Florida.
week awarded
your piggyback. His efforts are a 1 day. istence, said Armstrong. It has I' a.m. until 5 p.m. for $1.00 each. numbr of cars in his dealer clas- She is presently visiting her
ing Fernandina Beach more to complete ex- ;i This is the second time in the linked itself with other such institutions I For white-sidewalk, the chargewill sification during the threemonthsales i family in Opa Locka, and will
conscious by the day. It soon and School some j I last three years that the Fernan. throughout the nation I! be $1.25. contract i return home this week.
be.,4 favorite stopping spot." High. dina Division has reached the 1,. and, in its first seven months, I ---- --- -----
000,000 safe man hour goal. provided organic material for 721
by Stroud also in !
comments the Florida Waterway job to considerable calls for a new re Rauschert, in a letter to all employees eye! transplantations. I Prince Of Peace Lutheran Church Holds First Service
Station, Fort Clinch State suite and their families, congratulated "When a person wills his eyes
and the Palace Saloon, oldest arts items. them on this fine ach. to the bank," said the speaker,
the state, all of which he ievement and reminded them of "the eyes must be removed within
add to making a layover here this year's slogan, "A DISABILITY four hours and the transplant-
interesting. FREE 63". (Continued on Page Six) I I

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over- Comments the highly are still successful coming Principals On Two Aggravated AssaultTo

tatlonal Golf Tourney and

hospitality golfers who accorded participated.the near Not Cases Bound OverCounty Circuit CourtA

least of the events enjoyed by
i i.Panb was the fine fish Judge J. E. (Gene) number of witnesses to the
I prepared and dished up by Weatherford heard separate hearings ,:incident were called upon for
City of Fernandina Beach. on Friday and Monday in I testimony in the preliminary
irolfers from the year two aggravated assault cases and I hearing. Date for the trial has ,,
were looking forward to this : bound both principals over to Cir not been set. Albin Thompson is
ture and no doubt those cuit Court. attorney for the defense.On .
next ,year will have no trouble On Friday Weatherford heard I Monday afternoon Weather- ';> .
membering this enjoyable get the case of James Shuman, charged ford also heard preliminary in-j t
geOl r.and the fittin' eatin. with aggravated assault on vestigation! into the alleged ag-j REV. DOXALD R. HIMMELMAN, pastor, at far right, is shown with the congregation .
Ken Blackwelder, whom he allegedly gravated assault by James Hughes i who attended the first worship service of the new church Sunday.Last .
With the advent of a new slashed in an altercation on : against Woodrow Peeples. I Ii i
tronic brain in our company in the night! of June 1. i 1 During the hearing, also conducted : Sunday morning, the
form of a highly complex Testimony in the hearing, conducted by Shave, testimony point-1 j. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Church in America, was on band sermon topic tto* Sunday will be,
puter, I can't help but think by Assistant State Ator. ,; ed to Hughes forcing Peeples at i iI >' worshipped for the first time and to bring greetings from the directors : "R.s.V.P. to God/1 The ,Mic- w
the' forms that some would ney Thos. J. Shave, Jr., alleged' gun point to accompany him to a'!' cordially invited to attend. .? .
it u..believe are the result of that Shuman had driven near wooded area on the South end of'!'. a congregation of ninety-one persons of mission congregations.An A nursery will Mill be provided .
lution. If man, as they say, Blackwelder in the beach recreation the island. iI j ji gathered for the service. Be. organ was transported to the'building for pr -KhooI age children do,- I
for the service.
his start on the ocean floor C. Leary area and pointed a rifle at i Hughes acted as his own counj : cause of the large turnout, the i ing: the werthip hear. Soft&y I
two-cell creature think how j I sel at the hearing. service had to be held in the Teen < Musing in the congregation School, for all ages, will begin on' !
he has had to come to reach the highest him.When Blackwelder, according to'.j I I At no time during the hearing Club room at the Recreation Cen. was Mrs. Sue Himmelman, wife '|I Sunday, July 21. .? I i iI
of becoming who is : of the pastor, who gave birth to a Information regarding tfce .development I l
intimate : the testimony, attempted to wrest was any reason given for the in. ter instead of the Conference I'
more than punched out holes e for making J the weapon from Shuman blows j rident. Trial date has not been Room as planned.Dr. < son, John Edward Himmelman, I of this eMfregiffon '
affjce machine cards. I Leary. Patrick I I were struck and Blackwelder was I',. set as yet. Hughes bond remained W. Baxter Weant, regional last Thursday evening. j can be, had by Ufeg the Luther -

.. (Continued: c: tail.->!3)- ) I I uvete1f: sliced won tit ci eit.|I sto0. 1 director; ) for. the. Board.. cj Aaerl. Service will continue each Sua- ptll'iOnaie. :616S.. .

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't i Marine Reservists '- Page Two. Xewg.Leader, Fernanaina 'Beach :Flotla a TnuMQ'af June,20,1963
TheNotion I ; I
In Puerto Rico
1. .
j The nationaleconomy 'needs "People whoa Y they teUtonly j "Life can be pretty grim when

!+ ,511 ASU STREET PHONES 8681!? S681 Counter For Summer TrainingTwo 1 both production and distributionfor little white lies must .**be color i you reach 8ft especially i if
1I efficient operation; adverts-: blind." Kenny Bennett, Green- there's a motorcycle cop behind
: 10,. A John II. Perry Newspaper) BY PAUL W.RWICIFerRap.d'na \ j Fersaoduu Beach men are< I 'IY' i M the cheapest means af obtaining castle (lad.) Putnam County you." Frieda J. Monger, Dul-
attending summer training with.! rA maximum distribution. Graphic. uth ((Minn.) Publicity.
Marine Attack Squadron 142 at i _. .. ..
Ear CIdtil. Editor awl BUrntNATIONAL I p -- -- ------ ---- -- -
II I II Beach members cf Roosevelt Roads in Puerto Rco: + I
I the congregation are now greet Mar:ne Reserve Major David S. i .-
o loq EDITORIAL I Wg the Rev Nelson P. Moyer as. Thomas Jn, veteran of almost fO i

4 ( S CGTlaN' their pastor of the Memorial Methodist : years with the Marine Corps, is: :
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Church the
/it- and at same
wf u a pilot and also serves as main !
tr: + JR lime, bidding fareueU to the Rev tea&nce officer.: He is respofeibl) I Boats docking at the new City
I 451 I II II John L. Jones who now is kavinj: I for upkeep on the Douglas "Skyr r Marina during the past two week; :

ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I I for another, parish.To i hawk" jet attack bombers whicl were as follows, with the name< .
I I wttot people, unthinking, I will be used in the maneu't'u.I I I of the boat, the owners address,
fubllsbe. every'Thursday and entered at th "' Post Office this twin announcement mean3' Private First Class Don Caldwell : the owner and length of boat' J4L1

Fenundina Bach, }Florida as second class mail matter. I I I noth'ug more than a simple< recently graduated frou : lifted in that sequence: t
change in pastorate. To tie Revs. I I Farm Island, i is also pari'eipat I H. K. Brooks, Gainesville, IL K.
Jones and Moyer, dedicated as of Brooks, 26 feet
in the
ing maneuvers as a part
Subscription Rates: tb*y are to service in the church lib summer training. Doanatal, Anderson S. C., JaclRa&iiff. ,
$4 a year $2.25 (C j months $1.25 3 Months the significance: may b? the same. 2G feet.

: $450 a year out of county It's a transfer from one ccngreration i Correction Sea Caddy H. Torn River, N. :

._ { to another, say most persons : J., J. Clayton 45 feet
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The names of four little bailer ffi .. 'f
I It i is just that simple unles: I inas were omitted as members of; : Don Douglas, 47 feet

CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS you happen to have been, as this I i the east of "Hansel and Gretel", The Tease, Ft. Lauderdale, Johi
writer was a Methodist preacher 'the ballet performance presents : Rod;, 52 feet.
> Magna Mar, Palm Beach, Frank
a son some 5d years ago the Junior students of the
COUNTY COMMISSION a.m. 2nd Wednesday. after lit ) by
Feiman, 74 feet.
New Year's Day the Fourth or: :'
Julanne School of he Dance oi
I Commission Ciu&iber FL1667C, Ft. Lauderdale, Marion -
: July ted even Christmas palled !I June 1, as published last week.
CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30: p.m. Cit); into insipid insignificance when Also taking part in the performance Yacht Rentals, 30 feet.

I Commission Chambers I II compared to the Annual. Methodist were, Julie Las rre, Carrolton Mast Cleveland OhCarrolton ,
Mfg.: Co,. 45 feet
the !
Conference especially Cindy O'Steen, Lisa Owens and .
I HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday' 10 ara. Hospital Ding : day oa which the appointment I, Patsy Britton. I Mystic, Philadelphia, Penna.. RGlendenn'ng .
RQOntSCHOOL Alfred Hitchcock I 61 feet.
were read. an*
all his breed could net stir 1 up] I II Mary Elizabeth III,, Gainesville,
2nd 9:30
BOARD 1st Wednesday after Monday a.n
such Herb White fA. E. Matlo, 54
Superintendent's Office suspense. I I t Cindy Elaine, Pompano, F. B
I When, by educated guessesMother i iI
.:.... : Ott 36 feetDonado
PVTV&CECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30: p.m. Ji,
brother and I sat
ray I II Continued from One)
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I I : Providence, R. I.. .
High Cafetutium II III around the kouse, waiting for a
..<._. I ulo, 40 feet.
I P-'rA MEETING _. Ut Thursday 8 p.m. Jr. High: Cafetorium 'phonecall from Dad. suspense I 122 South 8th Street, as HerlWhite's Herb 1; Paxaca II, Anchor Bay,. Michfgan .
Outboard Sales and
I really mounted. i i {' E. F. Stephens 32 feet.
KIVAXiS-) CLUB Each Monday 6:45: p.m. Seaside Inn I Were we going to remain among White's Pant! and Body Shop.', 1. :: Adios, Gulfport, MSS: M. B LOO.KINGAHEAD g
i iDininJ friends in Savannah am qualified to be your city commissioner
our Slvana,
2nd 3:30 Hospital Irby, 38 feet
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Tuesday : p.m. because I in tow
: Room or Brunswick for another year am Genie, Greenwich, Conn., C. M
I I or were we going to pack up bag; with more people from all parts Chester. 9& feet. TO NEW FRONTIERSAS

JAYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge I ILJO'S"CLUB and baggage, and remove ourselves ,: of our community and know you',I Sea Witch, Savannah, ,
needs better than opponent"If I
I to some other town One, my I
Eaeh ': T Inn ,
Tuesday: p.m.Seaside I wish to do the following
perhaps, which we had never seer I'I elected, Little Karen Trenton, N. J.,,
ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday :. Noon. Luncheon Seaside and where, maybe, we no I Ione .- -, 37 feet. .
: J\: at all? : commissioners; Stephens 47, Stockton, Calif.,, : IN THIS PROGRESS. FORESIGHT IN ANTICIPATING THE OPPORTUNITIESTHAT

.. i. .11CITY Mother, being: an older hand: al : ((1)) Do away with the Garbage j I Stephens; Marina, 47 feet. LIE AHEAD, THROUGH THE JUDICIOUS HANDLING OF FAMILY'

PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday. City Commission the game, tried to keep us trafr Tax wh:ch was put on to help pay I Edna Mae>>, Little Silver, N. J.,, FUNDS, WILL PROVE RICHLY REWARDING TO YOU AND ESPECIALLYTO
ChambersWOMAN'S qui!. She could not disguise her I for the Florida Marine Welconu. E. G. Waters, 54 feet.

own anxiety but succeeded ir Station. I Miss Glaxton: Savannah, Ga.,, YOUR CHILDREN.
CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg. making it nice instead of irritating. ((2)) See that the money belonging R. H. Bowen, 19 feet.
SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District G p.m. 2nd Fridaj tor's; wife could make or break a I Beach does not build the State Town. 29 feet. 41 fa HERE. START YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY AND SAVE SYSTEIATICdLLI' -

,:a Seaside ton, pastor's tenure of office and : anoher beautiful? Tee Pee e Alecia, Seagate Harbor, M. 1 P. ) !

MMERCHANTS I think, now, she was most important All other Welcome Stations art I Bishop, 31 feet.
ASSN. each :rd Thursday. Noon Luncheon at Conference time. I owned by the State of Florida,, I Pilgrim II. Ft. Myers, George

Seaside* Inn ; .vM .t _I Annual conferences of the Methodist i but our commissioner voted 1 to I Sanders, 9T feet. I Fernandina Foderall

: church, in those days, build this concrete structure, encased I Jerry My, Brunswick, Ga., BllPhvler : .
t !A311ER OF 2d MondayLuncheon 12:15
: -
eo > were held in the Fall about I w.h: expensive tinted glass: 25 feet.
..: --. S'easide I. n'. halfway between Thanksgivin}! in usable river space instead ol Minion, Alexandria', Va., M. B. Savings And Loan Association

IgCC\N'EER COIN CLUB 8 p.m. 2nd Monday each month and Christmas. Apparently they : on dry land which would have ally, 48 feet. I
now have been shifted to the Summer I saved an estimated 50 to 75 thousand Rebel II, Summerville, Ga.,,

GEN. DU\CAN'L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Moa months. No matter, the suspense I dollars. Instead of the useless : Bobby Lee Cook, 35 feet. J ------ ..

Z day! each month 8 p.m. TV. Room' at R Recreation Center can well be the same. building it is now, it should Kent III, Georgetown, S. C.,, :
.. I W* wish ,every good thing, 1 oi I II have included a nice restaurant Ken Lyle, 41 feet. .

: SSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MACONS '2nd and. I (,course, to the Rev. Jones as he ; and other needed facilities. The I Seasong, Clearwater, John'aYfor1 A
4th Thursdays 3 p.m. Masonic 'Temple, I moves on to his new charge: i ir Mar ne Welcome Station was t te 50 feet. I
r Veniee-Nokomis, on Florida$ have been built in combinationwith I: Christie, Jacksonville, Vincnel
AMELIA LODGE NO 47 & .A.M. 2nd and 4th I Need A Good Sales ?:
Tuesdays West Coast '- and we join in tlordial' < the Marina at an estimated I Lewis, 22 feet. an
: 8 pX. Masonic: Temple i 'X : welcome to the Rev. Mot I 266; thousand dollars and has ended i II Leona Aiken, S. C., E. A. Williams j

MCRN.VNDJNA- ) TEMPLE" 7, PYTHIAN': SISTERS .- 2nd and 4tl er. who cornea to us from Trinit ; up coaling considerably more. : 21 feet
/ I Church in Jacksonville. .The State of Florida is; leceivicj! Piper, Atlantic Highland, N'I
: Mondays I : of month at 8 Masonic: Tfcraple, .
p.m. : Some day, if we get the chance,"" almoat all the benefits at the expense J,. George Kerr Jr., 44 feet. ... .

1 C1IAPIER 53, ORDER EASTERXVST.\R: and,' 3rd Tuesdays 'wSMwAPf 'ask Rev. Moyer anc .L. of Feinand'na Beach. As I Drifter, St. 'Crois" Virgin(, Islands -. | Good salesmen areso.lsar; L.fd come -by.that. +anydr='- "'
= Masonic T fI1plt' :- -' "*, his family if the old feeling of the situation stands, the Welcome i Mr. Caitwell, 4$ feet,( : ,

: conference suspense is justas it [Station, should be the "Feinan- i Miss Louise! Jacksonville, Mr. I II retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's to

s'i>EBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 )'1.ti l. Recre,Hon Centel used to be.Charlie. dina Beach Welcome Sation", instead I Smith, 22 feet. lamp .
LfI nle' .. of the Florida :Marine Welcome I Mokey, Dcltaville, Va., Ben' :
: rub when he needed to sell merchandise.
I Station. I Dorset, 23 feet. I II more help
IUBISCUS GARDEN CLUB Xrd Monday. of month' at o' p.m. SousaI I ((3)) Do my best to see that the I La Barque, Islarmarder, Fla., :

.. .' I voted in the Bond issue I C'. II. Whiltock, 45 feet.
\IJAC NOLI. A GARDEN, ) CLUB 3rd Monday of' :.'month. at 8 P.M I ( from Page One) : for money improvemens in the Beacli. Valkyue II, Cape Cod, Mass., I'I'I It would also be nice if the lamp produced a sales
ROSE ICCLE'1st Monday' .___.__...:. ,U...... 8 P.M I Here to present Charlie with I Area is used for its intended pur-. .I J. Scaibrough, 31 feet.; R. Hend-I
.. .. .. t Our beach brings visitors I Vagabond II, Miami,
.i ," his initial: payment was R. B ose. 31 feet.GA3377H man who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make

FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 4th Friday: r-T .. ,...- 3 P. l I Donaldson district manager oitbe .I : into our City than any ol : rickson, Brunswick: Ga., Neal i
> ,
", t'. I Jacksonville Social Security the other attractions. The 45(1: I I
all the calls who could
J.. I issue ; Gale, 21 feet.Perdue necessary, sec every customer,
.Jl there thousand dollar bead was
MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday y. 8 P.M offic('. He pointed} out that
** ... .. I ;..9AZALIU : are many who are eligible but I to be used for the Marina and.
GARDEN: CLUB 2nd Tuesday ..,8' : : P31 f have never filed and added thais Welcome Station, additional SeekingContinued i every day.
at the City Ball Park, improvements
1. : 220 Lighthouse Circle office is slowly but surely locat'ng hghs
': 4-" i' 1STITCII : most of these. I at the Golf Course and+ ( from huge! One) "

.. .A.BIT CLUB'-' lit and 3rd Monday::....:_._._.._ 7:30 Pal i Also here for the presentation ; turner developmen of the Beach with my past experience in city It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't
: was Mike Wolpert, field repre- area. "Florida's First and Finest joveroment I feel I am qualified

sentatue, who had made the con I Beach", as billboards along the .' for this position, and will truly make mistakes, who always told the correct sales story,
highway advertise was to have 1 ashare
fact with Sousa and arranged : present the citizens of Fernan-

his benefits of the bond money and as d.na Beach to the best of my who found interested customers on 'short notice and
has not had of this ,
r.. I Sou a'i'if; Mollie, was alsoat yet any money ibility. '
t the presentation in Count:: !. spent to beautify it. : "You have an opportunity to'' sold merchandise. ., ,
Jude J. E. (Gene) Weatherford's ((4)) See that the serious Sewerage '). makea choice for the- betterment
M '
N A SUPER MARKET I umbers in the court house. She I and Drainage problems and of I of our community, and I sincerely I. i 1 j 'I ,.. 1
laughed, that she was not yet old Forest Hills, Egans Meadows and inhe
I eioiiRh for benefits but that she+ other sections of Fernandina solicit coming your primary vote support I If the merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman ,

w would be around in 1965 whenCe "I Beach are worked out. Our Commissioner C. Lamar Perdue"'Miss I

.IN YOUR HOME b eomes eligible! at C!. has voted money for who could go right into the home, right into the living
; Sousa, who operated his: own the Florda: Marine Welcome Station j jI j

-.. been>ihrimp inactive boat here since'for the years craft vas has I I i and for no these money more was made immediate available ,,' Pikula SpeaksContinued room and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of

Q ruputr reeked in February. II? says; I problems. f fI ( From Page One) his merchandise.
.. A definite should be worked .
goal *
that he picks up an occasional job i
.. aw >n shrimp nets but that he is get- I I out so that the people of the I here is no treatment for it other
affected locations. know when han some physicians have been
tin: a little far advanced in years jI
i : able to drain the lungs and give And that salesman would work at low That
.. to go out with the boats. I hey; can expect City help. is slow a wage.
.. In a voce that is still heavy ((5) Relieve the downtown park. iome relief. The disease

.. i with( Portuguese ancestry, Charlie : ng situation which has long been :,irking: and evidences clearly of toiresence seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would
said that he emigrated tQ this a problem for the merchants. Re.. only becomes

.. ... country in 1909 landmg as so moving the parking meters has mau moking.est after Doctors twenty have good years evince of- never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, al
; nanv did in New York harbor to increased this problem due to the Ii '
a raft official entry proceedings. i lack of cooperation. d that it is produced by long what his wanted him
just employer to
: He lived in Provmcetown, Mass,, The City can help the merchants I )ears of smoking and at the preset ways say say.
until 191 when he came to Fer- by getting permission. to clear ; rate of increase in the disease,

I 1'999J undina Beach, where he has lived some of the large vacant lots I the teen-age population who reart ,I'

ainu.I lowntown and providing free offhe I to smoking according toiresent ,Impossible Even Aladdin's genie couldn't produce Ith'at
it toreach
I Possessed of a rare good bum street parking for employees i ii trends, could cause .
Iw MT as shown in the accompanying i and customers. These parking I Ii epidemic: proportions twen i sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman
p hoto, Charlie said that the i meters are paid for and are an- ty years hence? j I f fI

: monthly check will come in mighty I: lually bringing iu over Id thou. t tI Miss Pikula pointed out that ,I comes only in air castles and newspapers. .
l utndy since his enforced semi: re- I land dollars, as a direct action of smoking, '.
t d : t pment. I "Getting back to the Garbage the celia hairs in the lungs become .

csj2 Collect on tax. My opponent vhoroted ; paralysed, thus dsa.b1inthem :
i Read back. There is there that
normal nothing
Too Late To for the original Garbage : to perform their newspaper .
GENERAL. ELECTRIC tax tried to side step the issue athe unction in sweeping out impuri- .
M : DUALITY HOMES by John J. last City Commission meeting ; tiel in the lung thus precipitat- advertising can't do for a retail store. (It is the super

Construction Co., Jacksonville : by making the Tax Voluntary irnt the accumulation: of fluid,
Eynon I IODe.
7334343. FRAME It may be Voluntary, but ifrou which, she said, is sometimes of amudlike salesman, the dream salesman, the perfect salesman.

M CHEST FREEZER I! BLOCK BRICK. No money don't pay the tax, then your I consistency.

w M down on your lot. Ten and 12 Garbage; will not be picked up, As expressed by several Ki. All that is needed to put him to work is call a representative := :
hen the City sends the Health I ...
)"eu financing. Italy completed ; 11'I'anianSy Miss Pikula's talk wasaost
: a Fast freeze anywhere Counter.balanced h !; includes 2 inchrall. tank inspector; out to forte you to have 1 informative and expertly of this newspaper at 261-3686. =

: in food compartment opens from inside and pump septic tanktile ; jour garbage picked up or pay the slivered in non-technical terms -

bath hardwood floors.: Also i xnalties. I .
: E Upto 410 Ibs of or out : "To Iloa't that all of her listeners couldDbtain t .
sum platform 10
home remodeling additions: up my I .
: food storage, No exterior moling I' complete plumbing. Three to 7 believe any large bond ii'suei I a dear p:cture of how thiiillnw ', Covering. The Fernandina Beach Trading Area .
: years, bank rates. ORVILLE should be passed until you.i damages the human body. :, 'If
Pf Vff BKMBtCI t he Citizen, have chance toroice I
Fletcher a '
WAHLIX, 510 North '
M rep. I Mrs. Stan Tarlton was a guest'' ,
: Fernandina Beach, phone your opinion."If I
:I Tbtxeist .;..u foodii'Gexnl Eterfc] 261-5027. tIe elected I will keep you informed : of her husband. President Bryan : FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER :
M lauschert had his Chares -
of everything going on sohat i, as guest ,; ,
you will have a tighter re'gaa : Murphy of the New York Of1ice i I

; Five Points Grocery & Hardware GIVE FORESTS A BREAK.CLEAR > Your City Government I am of Rayonier Inc. ,
I: I qualified to help run the City in Newly appointed City Manager .: PHONE 261-3686 or 2613687I : 4
A '
FIREBREAK I. more business like way and Iin David Gatthel former member of -' '- ,..
---FIVE POINTS PRONE 201-5205 l\\ BEFORE BURNING! t Business.available" at all times for City guest.1 Sanford Kiwanis Club was a I'I'the '; '.. -

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-News-Leader, Fernan'dina Beach, Florida Thursday June 20, "1963 Page Three III Marine PFC Hayes ,- .-. -. ,

't.l Of Milliard Hears -

'. FuneralVVednesday TheGarden Address .
.{\J ] Kennedy
1./. :; f.:. t San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) .
y i",. i In Callahan For Basket Marine Private First Class Carper -. 1

< :!n',-!"( I D. Hayes, son of Mr, and .

: t Mrs. D. H. Petrel BY JANE SCOFIELD i Mrs. M. Hayes of Hilliard, Fla., 4e '

dh I was among the Marine Corps and
I Navy Personnel who attended the
I, Funeral for Mrs. Roberta P(- I The wild coral honeysuckle was but even with added pectin it is I address given June 6 by President L
er, tree, 80, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday I being used attractively in the temperamental about jelling. I John F. Kennedy during his 1
in the Callahan section of Atlanta that visited There is lovely of
Baptist we a clump
I II visit to the Marine Corps Recruit
I : Church, with Rev. Willard Brown, !J recently. Up and down the street I Christopher Lilies in bloom at Depot, San Diego, Calif.
II pastor, officiating. Burial was in :i the mail and newspaper boxes the edge of the Rutishauser I y
: nr Jones Cemetery. were twined this bright flowered driveway on the corner of Atlantic I Following honors, the Presi-

I I Mrs. Petree, who lived in Calla I vine. The plant's habit of growth, Avenue and 16th Street. It is dent observed recruits in different '
\ of from the
I han, died Monday at home following attractive foliage and dainty colorful one of the crinum lilies which Ii stages training '
a lingering illness. She I blossoms make it well suit- grow so well in this section. It is time they arrive at receiving bar- jc

'4x F was the widow of Rev. D. H. Pe ed for the purpose. It is not near- a refined delicate member of this I racks for their initial indoctrination S1

I tree. ly so rampant in its growth as clan, cup shaped in form, with i to final inspection before

: c8 s I She was born in Germantown, the more common Japanese honeysuckle gray stamens. Most local people graduation.
i- C. and had lived in Callahan: which at times becomes a are familiar with the story that The Commander-m-Chiefs! interest -

,IN. 50 years. She was a member real nuisance. This red honey- it was given by a sea captain to I centered on physical fit
I I of the Callahan Baptist Church suckle is loved by humming- I Mrs. Christopher of Jacksonville I II ness and the 29 individual hurd

and was a graduate of the Female birds, which is a good enough I who shared it with friends until I les that make up the conditioning,
I II II College in High Point, N. C. reason to have it in our gardens. it is well distributed in northeast confidence, and endurance courses. Banking as we practice it means thatwe
Those of you who follow the I Florida. We see so many of the i
I ;, Survivors include three daughters are constantly learning and putting into use
Mrs. H. D. Irvin and Mrs Garden Basket column have no rather unattractive crinums, the "We'll say one thing about the
> :" ; [ Constance Ellis, both of Calla doubt noticed that we like to find I result of hit or miss crossing, that good old depression days. You the latest principals of modern banking. But
i kith and kin of the fail to realize that the leaves raked."
the plants we we group could get your -
han, and Mrs. Bliss White of NevI I we will be too modern to serve
I never our com
York; two sons, Ernest and Crew write about, particularly the wild- contains some outstanding beau- Louis Nelson Bowman, King City

y r.a I Petree, both of Callahan; one sister lings, with the idea that the men- I ties. However, the price listingsof I (Mo.) Tri-County News. munity in the same old way with integrity ;'. ..
affluent rela- bulb fanciers i -
Mrs. Etta Gowan of Leaks tion of the more tropical create and
ville, N. C.; one brother, Brand : tives helps us' appreciate the immediate respect for quite a few',I responsibility
Y members. In search-i varieties. The crinums thrive
I e I Crews of High Point, N. C.; 12 lesser family so I
ing for information about the well here, whereas the beautiful
granddaughters, seven grandsons,
nine great-grandsons and nine coral honeysuckle were greatly hardy lilies of the north do not, ,
i surprised to find it a vining that We should learn to use them
I great-graddaughters. relative of a shrub we had plan-I I jto better advantage. Incidentally, / I i
I ned to mention our common they are not true lilies but members -i e LORIDA NationC11! Bank
elderberry, whose white blossomsare I I of the amaryllis family. We
Safety ProgramContinued
I .5 think of r M Ct II MM!w IM HOIl.l Now
and beautiful would
I so fresh over I I' more our common at Fern an I na Beach
our entire island at the present I' varieties if we gave a little atten-
( from Page One) time. It adds much to our summer I tion to their placement, culture, 27 JULY 13 1
HOIN THE CITY OF NICE the French Riviera aJ
on !! Our milk and wine '
conducted within the landscape. In years gone by we and grooming. H>*4_ ot.y OUOBr ..u..ct Ca.r0..r1011
I during their recent European tour are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil county.grams "are have been served wine made from i i f i lilies are quite handsome when I II at

I Hall. The Halls arrived in New York last week and againat The question is just what ia i is ,: the elderberry blossom (not the I II' the faded flowers are removed Five Points
fruit) and known as elder-blo\y each day. Many of the crinums :
home in Amelia City after their extended vacation recognized agency for this purpose I' I
since: it has been dcterminccthat wine. We have read that the blossoms bloom over a long season. One of Grocery & Hardware
that ,took them to England Holland, Belgium West Ger- and daintiest of the !
I are often dipped in batter the loveliest -------------- I
this is not a typical function; 1 11 11I ..-...
(nay, Switzerland, Austria, Monaco, Italy and France of the Red Cross and fried to form a fritter. The crinums is the variety Cecil I -- - -

They. reported that they particular enjoyed an excursion At a special meeing of the I I wild the fruit elderberry is considered jelly made quite good from,I color.Houd/shel, a delicate pink in ....i 0...... ... .00.r0.0 001 OOPOr.....OH1 .

I cruise down the Rhine Kher. The picture was snapped by County Commission Wednesday .-..---- '---

one of Nice's roving photographers. other morning interested with representatives, it was ol CORRECTIONThe i H1 H1NOW Announcing a

I -. .__ __ ,_ __ ..._ h. __ noted that Commission groups Attorney jACP Provides Aid !

Thos. J. Shave, Jr., had an oral names of several student I

I II t .. opinion from State Attorney Gen of Fcrnandina Beach Junior lug I To Farmers For I II GREAT NEW TIRE !
eral Richard Ervin that the only; School who were named to th
: WANT TO BE y\y\ ./\1\/ such available agency was the I Honor Roll, were inadvertently I

I VII Red Cross but that he would study; omitted from the list published Conservation Work

: /'j.t X .... the matter further and render an in the June 13 issue of the New: I P
: opinion in the next few days. Leader. Conservation work cost money.

At the meeting was R. B. They were: Ted Green, 5tl That's why we have an ACP,
; the first Grade A and B Stew Mikkelsen Office
I Bracewell, Direcor of average Myrtle County I
\'\\.J'\ aid water safety division of the art Pikula, 6th grade, A average Manager, ASCS., said today. She :
; / V// Duval County chapter of the Red and Ted Anderson, 8th grade, pointed out that being convinced 1 -
I /l.A 1.' t y ; Cross. He said that the Red Cross A average. about the benefits of conserva- ,

cannot accept money for or con tion is no enough, and expressedthe

I :. Z" __ WHEN IT'S duct such a program and that NOTICEA belief that many farmers still j

I they deal primarily with trainingof may not understand that they can I II
: '! -:-=.==. -..--=
- obtain in gettingthe
: '. = : :, volunteers. reorganization meeting oJ program help
, ::: ::- -:-:==. \
I I '-=-.. '- -- -- ill',' ,!I II HOT' Bracewell said, however, that Hobein Lodge No. 1C4, Knights I needed conservation job doneon I

I' I I .':':- .-. I""I'II J the Red Cross would be glad to of Pythias, will be held tonight, their farms. I
'f-.-h n' -II..
<< .g .,,1 assist in whatever ,way they can. Thursday, at 8 p.m. in the Ma "Just drive around the coun- i n.t
I :C' .= tl III He was accompanied to the meet sonic Temple.All try," the office manager declared ,

I MI GET A ing by Mrs. Jonathan Hill, who Knights are urged to attend "and you can easily spot the i ,tl I
j1w 1 heads up the local Red Cross of farms where conservation farm :
fice. ing is being practiced.: In. many .
the meeting cases, you would also find that I 6.
I l ..Others atUndicff,
.. .
Ramblin'Continued Conservation
-= :' were members of the Nassau Rec- Just the Agricultural I
\ Commission James Stev- Program is cooperating with the I II
i reation NOW WITH
( from Page One) I farmer in carrying out the con- ; .
chairman Pete Schuiling,
ens, ,
I ,
ROOMA1R I servation the land.
CONDITIONER practice on
: Bob Stover and Dean Blanken- Due to the unusual activity
T ship; Sheriff H. J. Youngbloodand promoted by graduation, the Fiesta For farmers who may not fully GOODYEARFITS
Curtis Telfair. I I understand just how ACP works,
Golf Tour
t and the Invitational
Raymond Loewy styling and compact Carrier engineering James Bryant, Negro principal ney, I am mighty tardy in con Miss Mikkelsen, explained that
produce the superb new Sceptre Room Weathermaker. of Bryant Academy at Yulee and gratulating Miss Kathleen Har- I the program's purpose is to encourage I

Inches slimmer-just 14* front to back, two-speed cooling the spokesman for the group dee for the outstanding and award I the establishment of soil, !

E and dehumidifying, super-silent, fully adjustable air- seeking the water safety programfor winning essay she recently submitted i water, woodland, and needed wildlife in'' MOST FAMILY CARS
of conservation practices
American Beach, was out to the Florida Historical !
: flow, new Fram Permachenvtreated filter that filters dust, town and unable to attend. Society. I have just finished the public interest. The program, I

dirt and pollen from the air. Four 1-HP models including Commission Chairman Harry reading the essay and am just as: therefore, has an incentive type I II

a 115-volt, 7/-amp model. Poole said he regretted that the proud of this high school studentas I of approach to the problem it and ALL
r "shares the cost" of sound conservation FAMILY BUDGETS!
i From $149.9a ealY terms wording of the bill had the Com- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. I the
mission stymied as to any W. Hardee, Jr., must be. Kathleen I i measures ..
iate action but that he immed-I I chose the swashbuckling Gregor l farmer would not carry out with-I
[ B. Reese Plumbing & Co. i
Heating ful f the matter can be resolved in McGregor as her subject and i! out such assistance.

the shortest possible time. wove his impact on the histor Funds for this purpose are I
"We Service Everything We Sell" Previously Sheriff H. J. Young- of Fernandina into a very inter authorized by Congress in recognition -I As $ 95
blood had been approached with of the fact that the Na- TUBELESS 6.00x13
I 110 I SO. 8th STREET PHONE 2Gl. 892 the suggestion that, if possible, esting paper.* ft tion's natural resources are vital low blackwall plus tax and.

his office might institute such a not only to the farmers and I
tire off
In "The Rotobieeze", official your carThis -
safey program. ranchers who operate the land i as J .,
when ( organ of the Fernandina Beach the health and well being I
Youngblood stated, approached but also to -
I that he was not desirous Rotary Club, Editor George Fox of each citizen, both now and
: Blood of incorporating such a program has come up with a sound sug in the future. J"
High PressureTu gestion. George wonders why, .
into his department but that ACP practices to promote conservation i
increased since: we play up the Pirate mo- LOOK HER \
he recognized: the need for I I measures are selected FOR'W\SlS'an-dPRIOEl: ::
tif in all local publicity, the city .
; gain an understanding! of high bluod pressure in relation safety in the area in ques- and the auditorium I to meet local as well as national I .
tr the a'nous system, it is necessary to know the meaning tion and would do whatever he recreation center conditions. Each county has a ..
; of "Notxl pressureIt weans simply the pressure of the I could to help, if it was determined are caUed just that "Why! list of the practces: specifications, ,! New TireFits TUB E-TYPE ..
t blood against the nails of the blood vessels There are muscles his agency could administersuch not Buccaneer Recreation and !and cost-share rates approved for Blackwall Whitewall -
in circular arcund th e''l'ssels.. These II Buccaneer Auditorium!" questions I
running a manner muscles funds. local farmers participating in the Size Price Price
are powered l b)' vasomotor nerus which influence the correct Following the special meeting George. And, I too, add "why not"to I Your SizeBudget -
of around the tessds. When these I As he program.In 1
amount pressure muse. Commission the other interested George's suggestion. 6.70x15 '13.357.10x15 '16.35 .
Jles are relaxedctiU will open wider, offering lower resistance i with the puts it, City Recreation Centers' brief, the farmer obtains i
to he constant flow of blood and prs>ure will remain : groups met and continued may be found in most any community ACP cooperation by filing a request -, !' 15.85 '18.85 '
tiuirmal.tun thonr muscles contrrlling the blood vessels ; the discussion. today. with the ASC county committee 7.60x15 17.30 '20.30
tighten, duo to a shortage of nene energy from the brain they i It was determination that, in anticipation for ACP cost-sharing before I
become narrow and blood pressure rise This overworks the of the necessary funds, I carrying out the practice. He NO MONEY DOWN! FREE MOUNTING f 6.00x16 12.70 .

i, heart and various other disorder begin to develop. 'I the Recreation Commission and I I My good friend, Woodrow Wilson receives a definite notice from .

There are many pvople that: were secure abcut their health the Sheriff's Department would I I publisher of the Panama City the committee of the extent to TUBELESS .

that are now 'n the crmdcrj.r immediately institute the safety I I: News-Herald, paid me a welcome' which his request has been ap- I Blackwall. Whitewall Blackwall Whitewall r

\ sure with understanding not trust. program.; visit last weekend. Woodrow was proved. Afer completion of the Size J Price Price' Size Price Price
'"Our practice is built on truth and sincerity t '." Stevens pointed out that the very much impressed with the practice, the farmer certifies this' .
I "If "ilu""Ul' hordes, beggars would ride." Don't just act creating the Recreation Commission j i beauty of Fernandina Beach and by filing the necessary report 6.00x136.50x13 '11,95 14.95 6.70x157.10x15 15.45 '18.45 : '

'wish for health:' I contained wording that j i especially with the local golf form with the county office. His I 12.95 '15.95 '17.50 '20.50 f

one of the functions of that group i II'nks, where he, his son Walton cost-sharing assistance, in the 7.50x14 15.45 '18.45 '
was to operate bathing beaches. I'I and I pursued the capricious pellet form of either cash or a purchase 7.60x15 19.20 22,20
Stevens said that Telfair' Negro for 18 holes. Despite the unusual i order for conservation service or 8.00x14 17.50 '20.50 8.00x15 '21,80 '24.80 :
a .v I deputy who has American Beach I II heat over the weekend, the about half '
mateial, usually covers 19.20 22.20 8.20x15 21.80 24.80 :
of the district he patrols Wilsons enjoyed the course
I as a part two: the cost of the approved practice.
would be in charge of administering so much they scorned the coursesin Under the cash plan, the farmer i
the program as pro Jacksonville, where they were pays the total cost of establishing : All prices plus tax and tire off your car.

I, jected. visiting relatives, and returned the approved practice, and he is I '
S IkS 1'J Stevens said also that life saving again the next day for another later reimbursed for the Govern-I OUR NEW! LI-NEW! ALL-WEATHER I

equipment has been ordered, round. He vowed, on leaving, that ment's share of the cost. Under I .f'
J with with
1 being secured and their last visit here _
life guards are ; I this was not the purchase order plan, the Gov
.; I briefed and observation towers either. ernment's cost share is advanced :
will be constructed The Red :, ft ft to the vendor who supplies the 3-T NYLON TUFSYNGoodyear's 18 MONTH -

Cross is to furnish techncal aid I Jeff Bowers has coined a new farmer' ((1)) a conservation material

M ,, in securing the proper equipment. word for his eaing establishment. such as seed, trees, fertilizer TRIPLE-TEMPERED! super-durable Written Road Hazard ...:
I Four life guards will alternate At least it's the first time I have lime. The vendor who furnishes TRIPLE-TOUCH. synthetic-toughest Guarantee .
I I or
.. Li I duty at the beach, with 120 hours seen it. Out front at the Blue Seas, I the material or service auto Goodyear tires! has ever used in 'r

: &f life saving being offered each Jeff has done away with the word bilk the Government and receives ,; .
wreck. Two will alternate duty for Restaurant and has substituted
payment for the Government'sshare NATION-WIDE ROM HAZARD AND QUALITY GUARANTEE IN WllTlsa-AU New Cood'ur Auto TJrtS .
; DR. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEXKingsland .10 hours Monday through Thurs- instead the new word Dineaurant. of the cost. The farmer Art Guaranteed Notion-Wide:tAgauut normal road haurds-ie blowouts Ubnc:breaks cut-ewert repairable .
a i ky. On Friday two will be on i With the modern trend of sit-ins, the vendor the difference puactnrei.Limited to original owner for number of months specified.2.Against any defects in workaanshiB and I
10 hours apiece for 20 hoursf will have to pays material without limit as to time or mileage. Goodyear tire dealers la the U.S. or Canada will nuke adjustment
Chiropractic Clinic I duty maybe someone between the amount the Government allowance oa new tire based oa original!tread depth remaining and current"CoodrurPnca." e
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life saving. jp next with a Standaraunt pays and the total cost of ,
On Saturdays and Sundays 3 1 ft ft
the material or service used.
Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic ; will be on duty for 30 hours of i Backward, turn backward, 0 Farmers who wish further details

: of Jacksonville" life saving each day. time in thy flight Just one I about ACP are urged to call !,

Hours Mon., Wed., Fri. 9.12 2-6 I hundred years ago George Bout- .I at the ASCS County Office. LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY ;
I In Advertising! America has well, the first Commissioner of i
! 131 Kings St. Phone 729.5644KINGSLAND
I found the key to unlock the re- Internal Revenue, had a staff of :

t GEORGIA I ourcefulness and ingenuity ofour only one clerk and personally Trade At Home -- ...... ... ---- ...629..-.4.SOUTH... ..8TH ST...... _. :,
economy, tad all letters from taxpayers.

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t Four N esl o-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 20,1963 Told r-
Engagement ,
ZIP Code i iI
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Nelda Sue Nunez
'f I
Miss Jean Edens IMrs. To I Ii
Cowley Missionary
Nigeria Will
; Honored Saturday a.art Speed Up

At Bridal Shower j Guest Of Circle Named in Her Honor To Wed Deforest Hall i, Mail Deliveries

Miss Jean Edens I I I
bride-elect of
Mrs. William A. Cowley, Jr., saint thieves. Steal[ is The engagement of Miss Nelda The wrddiag wfll.be' asF event of
June 29, was the inspiration for 'I I ng so pre- Our five-digit ZIP Code is
t a miscellaneous bridal shower I missionary to Nigeria, was the Talent in the country that the! ar Sue Nunez, to DeForest Ezra i Saturday morning, June 29, at ; 32034, Postmaster W, H. Melton'!; 0 .

4 last Saturday afternoon, given at i guest speaker at the June meet- thieves have even formed their i & Hall, Jr., is announced: this week :(St. Michael's Catholc: Church. i announced today

\t the home of Miss Patsy Jones, Co|fag of the Audrey Cowley Circle, II own unions! by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I but Ne aU invhatwns friends and are relatives being sent are j! "Everyone in Fenundina I II L ti
I whick U named in her honor.
hostess was Miss Lynn Sheffield. The meeting was held in the The mission work in Nigeria is Claude Waco Nunez of this city. invited to the ceremony at 10 I Beach, Fh.: will use this: ZIP : '

During the afternoon enjoyed appropriate -II, social hall of the First Baptist I I largely among, and the the pagans Moslems, or, nonbelievers or- Mr. Hall is the son of Mrs o'clock, and the reception to fol- I Code on all their correspondenceto
party were
games I Church and was followed by a Ann Hall and the late DeForest low at the home of the bride, 410 speed mail deliveries and reduce -
followers of Islam is the
and which
prizes were won by Mra. [ "
; the
I covered dish with i .R Hall, of Jacksonville. South Fifth St.PERSONALS. chance of mis-sent mail,
luncheon Mrs.
Chester Lovell and Mrs. Clarence major relgion:' of the country I Postmaster Melton said.
W. T. Miller and Mrs. W. C.
Edens, Sr. Mrs. Cowley showed some of the f
ZIP Code, the Post Office Department's
Owens as co-hostesses.
Miss Edens was presented a prayer beads used by the Moslems
corsage of pnk! Sweetheart roses There were several guests pres. in their five times of prayer each I revolutionary new system -

from her hostesses, and later in ent in addition to the past and day. She showed the group other .: of improved mail dispatch
present members of the circle. 'I and delivery, goes into effect nationally -
items used the g.
the afternoon received a shower interesting by .. ,
the Lee < on July 1.
Among guests was Mrs. : Mrs. .. ,,
of gifts in remembrance of the Nigerian people. Cowley '
r Draper, Jr., former circle chairman ," Jimmy Howard, after an ex- i Postmaster Melton stressed the
occasion. modeled a Nigerian costume givento Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Land were 1
tensive visit here Mon-
who recently moved to Cal 'l\ returned I I importance of all citizens of Fer- ,
Soft' background music was en she and her husband by a ;. l < day to his home in Ludowici, Geor visited last week by Mrs. I.md'ssister :
lahan. church in Lagos, Nigeria, before and family, Mr. and Mrs. nandina Beach, learning this city'sZIP
the hours
joyed during of
party Mr. and Mrs. Nolan D. King gia. I i
Mrs. Cowley, who was introduced Code and using it in their'i
three to five o'clock. their return to the States for fur C., H. Sennelle, daughter Jean,
by the circle chairman, Mrs.J. announce the engagement of their I,i return address on all correspond
lough several years ago. Mrs. Fred Gaines, of South and her mother, Mrs. J. H. Sher
Dainty individual cakes topped C. Mottayaw Jr., began by daughter, Margaret Joyce, to Fletcher Ave., visited Mr., and ence. In answering mail he said, I
with wedding bells were served. thanking the women of the circle The Cowleys now are stationedin I James' Edward Skipper, son of I'I'I I Mrs. J. Y. Lambert in Vera Beach man.Mrs. I. ZIP Codes taken from return addresses '

with iced. drinks and mints. for their prayers and support during Jos, Nigeria, a town of about Mrs. Ethel Obsharsky and the last week. Robert Monson, and her on incoming mail should
Enjoying the affair with Miss the past three years. She told thirty-five or forty thousand people I i late John E. Skipper.The five children, Christopher Step i i be used.

Edens and her hostesses were her the group something: of the 17 where they have establishedthe bride-elect is i a student at Mrs. Laverne Jacobs, and her hen, Joseph, Fredericks, 'and Mar I "The ZIP Code is literally the''!

mother, Mrs. Clarence Edens, Sr., million people in Nigeria most of Baptist Boys High School. Fernandina Beach High School. I five children, Annette, Helen, tin, of Kingston, Ohio, will visit i last word in mail addressing:

Mrs. Emily Howard, Mrs. Carolyn i whom have not heard the Gospel She showed slides of their work, !lr. Skipper is a graduate of Wayne, Reggie, and Mike, spent Mrs. Monson's parents, Mr. and' Melton sa!d. "It should follow the

Schwartz, Mrs. John Porter, Mrs. i message, due to the fact that which were most interesting.Each FBHS, Class of 1962, and is presently last week visiting datives in Mrs R. J., Breslin, next week. II city and state in addresses." II j a =

Ray O'Rourke, Mrs. George Hoffman 'many die malnutrition in infancy year about 500 boys apply serving in the U. S. Air Patterson, Ga. this of the .
I He cited exarapty
and Mrs. Chester Lovell. or early childhood. The average for entrance to tile school, most i Force, stationed at Seymour I Marla Beard left Sunday for a :
life span in Nigeria is only take a written exam in English. I I Johnson AFB, Goldsboro North I Mrs. J. A. Beard of Baldwin, two week's vacation with her i proper use of ZIP Code: \l
: I last weekend with her grandfather, W.. E. Martin! in : W. H. Melton I'
The newspaper U the primary 28 years. From this group, only 30 can be I I Carolina. spent son Postmaster ,.,
medium people can consult for a t Most of the buildings are surrounded selected to be added to the student 'Jim Beard, and his family on Iron City.Georgia., U. S. Fost; Office, ?

, buying decision. I by walls as protection a- |: body, which will evenually Mrs Velma Franklin South Fletcher Ave. Fcrnandina; Beach, Florida, ..,....
-- -- ------- --- number about 180 pupils Among I
I r 1 these boys are representatives of : Hostess Monday Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Henderson i E. J. Smith SeeksContinued 32034 J. ,, $
and Rhonda left The new ZIP Code plan, Mel '
daughter, ,
a great many of the tribes. in the To Baptist Circle Monday after visiting Mrs. Hen- ( from Page One ton said, for the first tim will A SALAD BOWL AM CONDIMENTS -

3 Days9 j/lJit 3 Days\ surrounding territory.Mrs. I I l I derson's mother Mrs. M C. His first service on the Com- permit the Post Office Department are the only items
The Nita
Cowley told of the progress McCollough Circle of I mission was in 1948 when he was I to short-cut repeated ad-
Moore. The three will to Atlanta needed for
ONLY ONLY the First Baptist Church held its go this Jumbo "euke"digplaved
I the school has made and the ; named to fill the unexpired term ; dress reading.
,,. Tennessee, Ohio, and then to
future plans. She suggested sever- : monthly meeting June 17 at the New York where they will boarda of Dr. Ralph Wolff, who had resigned -t I "The address on mail must often ': by J. C. Barber of
al that the in the circle home of Mrs. Velma Franklin.Mrs. : 323 South 3rd St.
ways women I for Mr. to accept a state post. I be read as many as eight or Measuring H
plane Naples, Italy.
.. DIXIELAND 5 & 10ifrILS might help the mission work I I Sybil Haddock, chairman, Henderson will be stationed thereon In that year's general election I I ten times by postal employees, to j inches and weighing 2 Ibs. 2

there. presided over a short business a three year tour of duty. he was chosen to complete the get it to the proper destination," '| ozs., this super-size cucumber
.. v"':1 At the close of the meeting the meeting. The necessary increase three-year term and in 1950 he Melton said. "Each handling I had broken from the vine in the
!< circle presented :Mrs. Cowley with needed to meet the W.M.S. goals Mr. Arthur Lawrence of Berk- was reelected to a thiee-year slows the process of ;mail dispatchand garden of Mr. and Mrs Bailey

a lovely gift of remembrance. was cited and members were eley, Calif. is visiting: his parents, term. I' adds to the opportunity for Barber, J. C.'s parents, and was

: Mr. and Mrs. Cowley and their urged to try and meet these in- Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence of In 1960 he again sought elec- human error. frond just over the fence in a

children, Carol and Karen, will creases. 663 South Fletcher Ave. After tion to the Commission and was "With ZIP Code, a clerk needs neighbor's yard

return to Nigeria on July 3rd. The Community Mission pro- two years as a Lieutenant in the successful.In only to glance at the code to II j ----

ject for June is to make cancer Courier Service of the Army, Lt. his official statement, Smith know immediately to what national -,

Memorial Methodist pad and gowns for cancer patients Lawrence plans to return to California points out "I have always tried to I area, state and post office
the letter is destined and td
: shortly, accompanied by discharge my duties as a Com-
Honors Pastor, FamilyAt Mrs. Franklin presented an interesting his parents, where he will do missioner in a way that would speed it on its way.cutting up to ,. New Open

program on "What is graduate work at the Universityof i best reflect my honest endeavorsin 24 hours off the time between de-
Farewell DinnerThe
Royal Service.. California. He is organist and the best interest of the great posit and delivery." :s'

f I. I Woman's Society of Chris. After the program, delicious choirmaster of All Souls Episcopal est number of the citizens of Fer- Melton said that when ZIP

.. .', tian Service and the official i refreshments were served by the Church in Berkeley.Mr. nandina Beach." Code is in full swing, the United i i COOPER'SLAUNDRY
I !
> mod-
hostess. States will have "the most
board of Memorial Methodist: "I would like to point out the
: \ i: 'z I and Mrs. John Pappas and ern system ef mail distributionand
.. Jl ,, Church held a fellowship supperin which Beachis
.. f C. last progress delivery in existence.", : ,
t. son, of Rockhill, S. spent
,l" the Parrish Hall last WSCS Plans Shower
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and the
\ week with his father, P. L. Pap- currently enjoying
."l" 1"Nil 7 ': day night at 6:30.: Wednes.I' For Hanson FamilyAt pas, and with Mrs. Pappas' father many worthwhile accomplishments Buy with confidence .from your ]I

:. B ;' ) ." J ifT '; B The dinner was in and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. during the periods I have hometown merchant who services 14th &: Beech Street
John L. Jones, and ; Meeting MondayThe
pastor, Burbank, who reside on S. Flet served as your City Commissioner."I what he sells. Read his ads in
1" Mrs. Jones, Nancy, Beverly

< 1 cher Ave. The Pappas' week's vacation your hometown newspaper.
Women's of Christian
Society am asking so
Laurie who have moved ,
.W. and
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ended Saturday when they .
to another church in Service of Memorial Methodist I may assist in the further growthof -
komis. venice-NO-I Church will meet Monday, returned to Rockhill. this city and in the full develop-

: BIG 16x20 PORTRAIT' I June 24, at 10 a.m. in Parish Hall. ment of our resources."I PETERSON CO."FLORIDA'S
The board presented family A miscellaneous shower for the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durshimerand feel that the experiences I ] .
with a portable stereo hi-fi, as a Mrs. Louise Stuart left Sun-
Raul Hanson family will be held have pained on the Commissionand FINEST SEAFOODS"CITY
farewell tgif t. : day for Richmond, Va. where they .
at this time and all members
are as Mayor leaves me in a position -
Approximately 200 membersand to attend. were called because of the deathof DOCKS, .._ ,jPH., 2C1-3137
urged to better determine the pro-
ttty 119 re$ $2 1.00M43YS' friends attended. Mrs. Durshimer's hnd JJrs.Stuart's .
of the important -
per evaluation many
brother, H. L. Chalkley. Of The Week
Mrs. Oliver HostessTo They are expected home this issues with which a Commissioner Buy
Pythian Sisters is faced.

Set Sale Edna Ward Class weekend. I' "I humbly ask your support of :

Plot WHaidllMlWrapplit Be At Harp Rummage At Steak CookoutThe Mr. Joseph M. Pope of Detroit, my campaign and your vote on SHRIMP (vr lb. ;

Photographer Will Friday, SaturdayFernandina Michigan arrived Saturday to July! 16." .

1 Edna Ward Bible Class of I spend the week with his mother, ,
Temple 7, Pythian Memorial Methodist Church held his sister FRESH DAILY
Mrs. Joseph F. Pope, and A Classified
DIXIELAND 5 & 10 1 Sisters, will hold a rummage sale its final social hour of the year Mrs. Donald J. Fales, and Try .
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in the Ingram Building, 702 Atlantic -
at the home of Mrs. T. W. Oliver, family of Los Angeles, who are
Avenue, Friday and Satur- with a steak cook-out and all the her mother. I
JULY 12.3 here visiting
day, June 21 and 22.Lowe. trimmings. BEAT THE HEAT WITH THESE :

Monday TuesdayWednesday After the meal, a social hour Mr. and Mrs. David Martin of .. ,. .. ........ ...,.., .. .
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Circle with selections: Jacksonville spent Sunday with : r : : .,
Bernice was enjoyed piano I'
NO AGE LIMIT by Mrs. L. K. Nolan. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. I I3rs. I : ,Y, ..:.- 1.: '. "" ,:.':1 +'I .
Announces Officers t : 'J'E;) : ; lSJ"
I The game "Password" was L. 0. Carpenter spent last ...Ut"; J : : ':$ : _
Year played throughout the evening by ; r. : .
I For Coming week in Miami with her daughter .... .a rlto
the twenty members present. ,., .
Miss '
Miss Chloe 1
t Carpenter. ; '
The Bernice Lowe Circle of the This the last meeting of t' .; j ;
was :
returned with her : 111 i r'i > '
I Methodist WSCS met at the the year until September. 1 i f.' ." :
mother to spend the weekend ; 1" \ dj
home of Mrs. J. R. Hutchina on her :: ; 'I I ';.
here, and was accompanied by 1"f'

Now. Wednesday morning. father on her return to Miami, ''ULJ\; : > :!
Delicious refreshments were Stork Club where he will spend a few days. ; i f)
served prior to the business I ; '. .< "

meeting. I .:Lamar Perdue is recovering at
Mr. and Mrs. James Marquis :
I Mrs. E. P. Wilson, circle cha'r-:: Humphreys Memorial Hospital i
Triplett of Jacksonville announce
after being hospitalized MOT .
.. man, opened the meetingith the birth of % .son, Marquis ,Jackson pneumonia. His ,condition is satisfactory )..: .
and welcomed the eleven .
prayer II, on Saturday, June 15, at .r
and he expects to be Don't suffer through another night Choose tr
: members present. Baptist Memorial Hospital. Mrs. discharged within the next few this Extra-Quiet General Electric Air Conditioner .
; REASONABLE PRICES Other officers of the circle for Triplett will be remembered as I days. .:: -and sleep in cool,relaxed comfort 1 110position .
.. the new year: are, Mrs. John Bar* the former Miss Liz Roberts, S

niak, co-chairman; Mrs. 31. R. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newt I.!: {r. and Mrs. Richard' Jones! : .+ Thermostat! :

forffleattfiftttty Pikula, secretary; Mrs. Hale I. Roberts of this city. Paternal vJsited$ with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil t Ventilation Control!

H .. Sheffield, treasurer; Mrs. Robert grandparents are Dr. and Mrs.J. Haddock and Mr. and Mrs. Ros- .

.. F. Carson, local church activities; M. Triplett of Cleveland, Tenn. c|>e Markham, in Brewton, Ala- Washable Air Filter '

: Mrs. L L. Hall, Jr., cullery chair- I llama during the weekend. Brenda .. .h a Five Rotator Air Directors! :
$ laved
: ny man; Mrs. T. W. Oliver, Missionary Haddock returned home with i iIt e Two Fan Speeds! -'
t .. Education chairman; Mrs. M. Rev. Nelson MoyerContinued her grandparents for an extended I -

E. Jennings, Upper Room and 'As low
It vbi.tIJMiss 1 as _
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rfirttVia coupon chairman; and Mrs. R. L. r
Dunman and Mrs. R. F. Carson, and is a veteran of World War Laura Sorensen is spend I II 0 $149.95'
I telephone committee. II. He entered the ministry after ing this week at Bill Allen's All YtW Ct011 ;
uaa HU/Hr
the war and Callahan was his I
Star Twirl-O-Rama for majorettes
ssc rg ttpaci7
: and The Spiritual life" program, first appointment I at Camp Universe, situated on w......
"Christ's Holy Way, was given ..
Mrs. Moyer is a native of Indiana Lady Lake near Oxford.
Mrs. Hale Sheffield.
but a Floridian by choice.
Mrs. Oliver presented the Missionary She is a registered nurse. Joe Cottle, son of Mrs. Pearl Living Room HOT n tit

\ :: dJlJ10JICeIJI6JI tfd Education entitled, "De EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANTMiss Cottle, of Five Points, is home on .

cision for Tomorrow," taken from Pat Gaydean Hollis of a' twenty-three day leave from had extra-big cooling: power? 'Choose tail C .' H? ::

the "Methodist Story." Canal Zone. Extri-Quict General EleOric'Air ,; _
I Lawrenceburg, Tenn. is the new the Panama heavy-duty ,
\ All Styles And Types Of EngravingWE i I Members voted to keep Miss Educational Assistant at Memorial Conditioner. p ,'J -
)fr. and Mrs. W. E. Spainhour : 'f '
i Flood of
Jennie Kentucky as
Methodist. She is
i I i their missionary for the coming Middle Tennessee a State graduateof Col- of Lake Park spent last weekend 'jf Ventilates! e Filters! gt|
Mr. and
I here with his parents, '
i year. Another box of clothing will lege and has served as Educational I I'I ; Dehumidifies! ..
ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF Sirs. 0. R. Spainhour.Mrs. :
.. this week to Miss
be shipped
Assistant for two in East
I years I I fe Atttoffifitic Temperature Control!, ::
ENGRAVED I Flood. Tennessee, and as a teacher of Era Zipperer past Grand I .....
I Twenty four visits were reported 1st year children! for two years at Matron, Order of Eastern Star! 'v4itfiW

E LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS for the month.It Murfreesboro, Tenn. of State of Geogia! and her husband j .4IiI..(

was announced that a picture Miss Hollis' duties will include, Talmadge, were the weekend :, "
i ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERYSee had been secured of Rev. developing the leadership for the guests of Mr and Mrs. E. H. Only! $15.00 down UMOITU5YEA Meta/* : "

John L Jones, former pastor, to Church School Educational Program Junck.

be placed in Memory Chapel at ,*advising the minister and 4

the church. : the Commission on Education as Mrs. Sadie Sheffield left Fri I .
Samples At The meeting was closed with to the most practical method of I'day for several days in Jacksonville WRITTEN WARRANTY

the circle benediction.The developing with Mr. and Mrs. Laurence I ( NEMA THIS IS A FACSIMILE 0F THC :
a comprehensive ) :
Tbcie Central Electric con&aoneri
room a j
July meeting will be heldat church school program as relatedto Wood, and other relatives. NCMA SEAL Whea the Kteal I mlU i cmyaonc.earrcpairwmantYI&linstJl11n. i ..

the home of Mrs. M. E. Jen- children, youth and adults. I affixed tax room air conditioner,itsignifies tifactunij defects on the entir wart and an i *a
Mayor and Mrs. E. J. are
that the nameplate BTU/Hr cooling a* -
nings. additional four- ab1c to |
She will work with the Commission yar warranty
'' in Jacksonville today for the i iI paaty is ratified accurate by the National .c'system. ::
er1laubi1la31LathNcuss.tahcr on Education, Official Board
:] 35th annual meeting of the Seaboard tries ManufactBrcrs Association. .,
CARD OF THANKS and Church School staff, in car I Air Line Railroad Freight ....
: PHONES 261-3686 261-3687 rying out plans and programs de I Agents Association. The conclaveis q. wust'as

Our heartfelt thanks to all who veloped by these groups. being held in the Mayflower There is nothing good as" General Electric wr

extended comforting sympathyand Miss Hollis will assume complete *

I We Represent One of the Largest and Best help in our recent sorrow. For direction of youth work, '! Hotel
the beautiful service, floral offerings working directly with Sunday I Miss Joy McKendree and Miss Five oints Grocery And Hardware !

j.. .Engraving Firms In The United States I and other kindnesses we are evening programs, providing the Shirley McKendree sited PalatkaJr. i
I deeply grateful. supervision, and will be respon- College in Palatka yesterday.$ .
f Signed) The family of sible for the MYF programs of Both girls are graduates of I Five Points Phone 261-5205' 5. .Z I

I Birger Knutsen the church school r.B.n.s. ,

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ri.: Iepor'From WaShilt9iOn-- : rr-- I New-Leader, Ferimmliiiu Beach, Florida Thursday June 20. 1963 Page FlvPirents a
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I' CLIP and PASTE on a U.S. Post Card .,__ -- .., .,

By Rep D. R. (Billy) Matthews Urged To Local TeacherReceives For Colored: '* '

Hotfsf Disapproves Extention of I At least once every 3 years a person should check his social security t Sandra Williams .

Mexican Farm Labor program for account, say officials of the Social Security Administration.You Apply For BirthCertificates Grant Hoseo Palmer, Jr. '

I 2 year-per' 4 a. can obtain important information about the earnings that have i To Wed Sunday

Following a spirited debate, the been credited to your account by using the handy coupon. below. Simply I.
House, by a vote of 158 Yeas to EarlyJACKSONVILLE i From NDEA Funds
Mr. and Mrs. W Hims
t i 174 Nayd!, killed a move to extend clip this coupon, paste it firmly on a post card, and mail it to this news of Peroandina Beach Perry annoywei

for 2 legislation auth paper, Attention: Social Security Editor.In I
years The State : MOledgeville Ga. Hugh D. i i the approaching marriage of their
orizing the employment of Mexican filling out the card, be sure to give your account( number and name Board of Health today urged par. !Sides. Fernandina Beach has been J daughter, Sandra Jeyee, to Hdsea

labor: during harvest season. exactly as they appear on your social] security card. ents who have children startingto ,selected to participate in a seven 1, Palmer Jr.. of Milliard. ..
I'd like to explore this problem r school this fall to obtain birth week Summer Language Instituteat | Th wedding will take place at

in depth. I REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF EARNINGS ceri/icates immediately. The Woman's College of Georgia 15 o'clock, Sunday June 21; at the
During World War II, and until I S ___ Everett H. Williams Jr., director t The program will b@ directed First Baptist Church in Fetnia-
IKJx_Mexican workers were admitted of the board's Bureau of Vital by S. C. Mangiafico from June 24 dina.
into the United States for Statistics said "We have the to August 10. I All relatives and friends of the

temporary employment in U. S. ; I MCNtii I DAY 1- I same number of employes the I The Summer Language Insti couple are invited to atttfld tae
Afrjculture under various authorities round and
year right now we're 'lute is a part of a nationwide i wedding, and the reception at the
of which entire
: none were processing about 500 birth certificates : of instruction Recreation Center.Nassau .
program at various
ly Jsatisfactory either to the
If the is
a past
worVers' the, employers or the to Please send me a statement of me amount of earnings recorded in my social security account.I I indication many parents will wait any colleges and universities this SUM-

two goventDttab involved. la 1951 until August to make requestsand mer for the improvement of lan ; Leads All
was guage teaching. Sponsored by the
the Public Law :
Congress approved NAMe {Mss.ML, '"'" since we can handle only so
78, 82nd Congress, which added NGN many a day, any last-minute rushis Language Development Programof
Title V to the Agricultural Act of GIld almost bound to cause incon the National Defense Educa Counties In Stale
Ad&1SI tion Act of 1958 the Institutesare S
1949. This legislation authorizedthe SnEn 1 NUMafI .. ... veniences. ,
negotiation of an agreement also the situation that we had 0-the t "Your child could miss an entire supported by funds from the In Cut
art,p.o U. S. Office of Education in Pulpwood
with the Republic of Mexico ryp. I IZ i con I
establishing with citrus in Florida last winter, <:N'STAT! _". year of school unless a birth tract with host insitutions. Par-
procedures for the ad when certificate is obtained in tim We .
many orange crops were f Fernandina Beach June 18,
ticipants from public schools receive -
mission of Mexican nationals into frozen. Much of the fruit destainedfor s ION YOUI HAM AS can give fast service now but I 1963 According to a report of,
a stipend of $75 a week plus
the United States for YOU USUALLY WIITE n
temporary use as concentrates was har- later during ally rush the service allowances for dependents. the U. S. Forest Service Nassau
employment It also authorizedthe vested fortunately in time and information in .'social record is will be slow." I
Sign your own name only. Under the law, our security : County leads all other counties: in
Department of Labor to un could be used because of avail. confidential aDd anyone who signs someone else's name can be prosealttd. Application for a certified copy i Sides, who teaches at Fernan- the State of Florida in the anlgiint
dertake a recruitment and place- ; able labor. To have denied the must include the full of the rina Beach High, Fernandina I
If four name has been changed from that shown on fOur social security account Debell name Beach of pulpwood cut during 19iwThis
ment function with respect to citrus grower the right to employ cud please copy your name below exactly as it appears on that card. child; the full name of the father is one of the CO teachers amounted to 148,441 raids
such workers, assist workers and j j : I selected to attend the In. itute.
people in face of the catastrophe ; the full maiden name of the and was followed by Marion County
farmers to enter into contracts for..,confronting him would have de- mother; the day, month, year, I There will be 30 tachers of French with 127,875 cords and Taylor!
agricultural employment{ and nied him the right to harvest that and of birth whetherthe and 30 teachers of Spanish at the
I .,.. city county ; County with 121,910 cords.
the of Why it Pays to Check Periodically college this I
guarantee payment summer.
particular crop, with resultant child is male or female; and The total harvest of pulpwxxf
and transportation ,by farmer em. : reduced supplies and higher coststo If you have worked long These benefits will dependon to, a post card, and mail it he child's race. The original birth All activities, formal and informal r I in the Southeast, from Virginia.
ploy ees. Public Law 78 was sche- consumers of citrus products enough under the social security the earnings credited to to this newspaper, Attention: certificate number should be in-I of the seven-week insti- I to Texas was 6 percent greater
duled to expire December 31, 1953 I throughout the country. Therefore, law, you and your dependents your social security account. Social Security Editor. eluded if possible. If the tute are organized as a closely integrated j than, in 1001 and amounted to 58
but was extended subsequentlyfor I for the benefit of the laborer, the can get monthly The Social Security Adminis- Your coupon will, be for- was.! born in another state, the I program, directed toward : percent of all wood used by the
several 2-year periods. The I consumer' and the family farmer, social security insurance ben tration recommends that, for warded to social security's ;certificate must be obtained from the improvement of the par- I nations pulp mills during the
present, expiration date ;is December I cast my vote ,in support of the efits when you retire or if your own protection,you check ret 'rdkeeping headquarters in that state. ticipant's effectiveness as a .

31, 1933.: II. R. 5197 would extention of this legislation. Its you should become disabled. your social security account Baltimore, Md. You will receive I A full photo copy or a wallet- teacher. The objectives of the institute i j year.According to Ernest P. Davis: ,
have extended this authority for ,: rejection, in my opinion, may Monthly benefits can also be about once every 3 years. a confidential statementof i sized card encased in plastic may are to raise the partici ':Resident Manager of I yonwl"aI
an additional 2-years. I I bring about the abandonment, of paid to certain members of Check yours now. Clip the the earnings credited to be obtained. The type wanted pant's competency in all forms of 'Southeast Timber Division, I the
Speaking on behalf of this leg- large crops, and the spiraling of your family when you die. coupon above, paste it firmly your account. should be specified. A fee of one I:' the language and to' improve his F.O.B. mill or loading point value

Is lUorl. I pointed out that we I I I I prices for many vegetables and dollar for each copy or card must effectiveness as a teacher. I' of all wood cut in Nassau County
now need an available supply of fruits unless a superhuman effort accompany the application. Appli I I during 19f amounted to approxi-
labor to take care of the harvesting : made and : ho found cation forms be obtained at
is means can I may before starting the first grade, I' mately $3,000,000. This indudtd
of crops produced by to bring about the recruitment of Mr. Mahlon McKinney of Cross World Food Congress is primarily I ,'Newspapers are the only mt'd-I county health departments but a ,the child have basic immunizations stumpage value to landowners,
farmers of America, & harvesting : domestic laborers willing to ,do City; Mr. Edgar Johnson of Gain a "people to people" meeting. Par- I letter will be adequate if it contains I for diptheria, lockjaw,"cutting, handling and transports'tion
which is necessary to give the 'the:' type of work required for the esville; Messrs. C. W. Scarbr- ticipants have been invitedin I ium offering the magnetic appeal I I III I : all the above information.The I whooping cough smallpox and |; to mill yards or to rail loading .
of this nation food atreasonable'
consumers Furthermore :i harvesting of many crops. ough, T. J. Jennings, Jr., and George their individual capacity andas of classified ads. board also. suggests that polio. i points.
prices. 11
I EQUAL PAY BILL I F. Davis of Green Cove representatives of interested II -- ------- -- ----. --.....-., ...-.. --
that we do not have Mexican"br L L : < ;
ceros" in Florida, but West i!i The louse by a voice vote I Springs; Mr. M. L "Bud" Smith, j specialized agencies and non-gov-I'.. -Wi'.I ,
Indie- laborers without whose passed H. R. 60CO, a bill to pro- I l lof Williston; and Messrs. Frank e ernmental organizations. The aim
hibit discrimination on account of I Hancock and Ham Gordon of of the World Food Congress is to I
lab rwe would not be able to {
harvest our at certain times:i sex in the payment of wages by Palatka. The main project,for our heighten the purpose of the Free- ..
crops ; employers engaged in commerceor District is still the Cross Florida dom from Hunger Campaign, to .
such as winter vegetables, pota I
the of I Canal and hoping discover the in the knowledge
toes, citrus and other fruits. I in production goods Barge we are gaps
cited ,the harvesting of strawberries for commerce. I supported the that we can get some funds for and action, and to point the ,
measure. |construction this year. I direction in which greater efforts I
as an example, where afey.
hours may mean the difference } RIVERS AND HARBORS Military Construction Authorization !!are necessary. The World Food I :
The Subcommittee on Rivers Congress will serve as a rallying
between a spoiled crop anda i i II
cfoj that may be harvested, and and Harbors of the House Committee The House has passed by a voice I point for those committed to take j COMMERCIALP.RINT1N'G.
I on Public Works has ap- I vote H. R. 6500, the Military Construction action and for those in a positionto
.i 'J 'proved my Resolution calling for Authorization Bill. The give leadership and guidance to I

'a study of the West Pass at the I I Bill provides for a total of $l.ti I the world-wide efforts now being '
mouth of the Suwannee River. billion, which is $243 million less undertaken in combating hunger!

-"SEE C. B. o The West Pass is one of two out- I than the Bureau of the Budget and malnutrition. .
: lets of the Suwannee into Suwannee I recommended. The problem is basically agri-
'Pete' Sound. A Survey-Review report -1 Committee Actioi cultural, and as a :Member of the :: "
INGIjAM"FOR of the Pass would cost' an I am pleased to report that the House Committee on Agriculture, I I
I estimated $34,000, and requiretwo House Committee on Agriculture I I I hope that I will be able to make I :
years for completion after I has favorably reported my bill contribution to this great,effort. I : .

; Real Esta funds are "made 'available, 4Under : H. R.' 5930, to extend, for, two I II WORLD MOURNS ,PASSING OF ":> ,. >.;).,. ,,, 110.1't., ;; :' .,. ', It".J -
Life*Insurance? f current Federal authority] the additional years the program per- GOOD AND GODLY POPE JOHN '
.' ,
:! Retirement Income I other Outlet, the East Pass, was I mitting the lease and transfer of XXIII o ; '. .. :"

t' I dredged last year. I, tobacco acreage allotments. Dur- People of the United States as 0':
Health' & Act dent The 50th National Convention of iing I the 19C2 crop year, tobacco well as other civilized nations of

J llospitalinuan | the National, Rivers and Harbors acreage allotments were established the world, after days of anxiety j' '
:Major Medical Congress brought a fine delegation '': for 572,462 farms, and the total I and watchful waiting, are mourning Is A
IncomeL. I jof Florida people to Washington I acreage alloted was 1,235,510 the passing of Pope John ] Specialty With Us. ,
Disability! Monthly I this week. I was very pleased to | acres. During that year, acreage XXIII. Acclaimed by men of al1l i .,.{

1 meet with the delegates from our i i allotments were leased from 20,347 faiths as a good and godly man, I ', _. ;:j, .
8th District, including the Presi- 1 I' farms to 17,148 farms. The total and beloved by millions of those )

; INSURANCE dent o( the National Rivers and acreage leased in 1962 was 28,168 of his own faith as their supreme I Ii
Harbor Congress, Mr. H. H. Buck- I acres which was reduced to 25,571 i spiritual leader, he accomplished |
Phone 261-52C9 of Park. Other 8th 1! through adjustment of yields i
man ) Orange acres more for the cause of world peace'j
District representatives included: 1 as provided in Public Law 87200. j within short of four years i i Check of
a span
supply Letterheads
... _. : your Envelopes Business
I -- ; Thus, the total acreage approved : than many other world leaders'': ,

'\ for transfer in 1962 was about *have in a .etime. He dared to ;
I two percent of the total acreage office and exert his Cards Office Forms
I use his great or any other kind of printing
is good '
AUTO AIRCONDITIONERSRECHARGED i allotted. I feel there a I tremendous influence by calling I III
i favorable action by the Council
chance of 1 together at the Ecumenical
5 House this year, and hope early II in Rome leaders of the Roman I may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.
passage can be obtained. Church well -
Catholic as as representatives
: ALL MAKES AND MODELS I;, This past week, I appeared before I of other branches of the I II .. 0I -...
Armed Services
the House
Christian Church for the purposeof I
: GET YOUR UNIT READY FOR SUMMER NOW! \ I I Committee to testify on a bill to I drawing all closer togetherand

Agency For CLARDY [ provide for shelter development reconciling, if possible, the I I If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start
Air-Conditioners tie rough financing in non-profit ,
have '
differing views which separ I .
i' ;
Y p ; to increasepublif shelinstitutions I
"t )'. i ted them:.pjer the centuries.! t. I
IN on be- \ our presses turning as we keep complete file
WE SPECIALIZE = l iter space; and to Though his task apparently remains a at our
e Tune-Up half of my bill to provide for stock- unfinished with his passing f

piling, storage and distribution of he may have set into motion of
Wheel Automatic Alignment Transmission essential foodstuffs to assure sup- a force for healing many of the I' fingertips all printing produced in our plant.

t Repairs plies to meet emergency civil de- wounds of our troubled world. ,_ .
fense needs in the event of an '! o
To quote the lay leaders of the
; REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANY attact on the United States, National Council of Churches, !

Alto I have appeared before the "Pope John XXIII gave so muchin jl Our printers take pride in their work and you are assured :
i Your Local Oldsmobile Dealer House Interior and Insular Affairs the short span of his holy office .
232 South Sth Street Phone 2G1-3122 I' Committee to give testimony in that he has left as his herit-'
support If my bill to establish a of neat clean and .'-
I age a reawakened spirit of unity I I J.. a accurate job.. .',' :
fund ,
and water conservation ,
land and love that will be felt foreverby ", -
-, '-- -- - to assist the States and Federal men of faith." l' J, ,.
Agencies in meeting present and
future outdoor recreation demands "Any child who gets raised
: and needs of the American people.I strictly by the book is probablya PHONE : .

Shiell' Swap Shop I have been promoting this type first addition." Lee R. Flem- 261-3686 1: .
: of legislation since coming to Congress ing, Zion-Benton (III) News. .
I because I think it would
I mean a great deal to the cause of or r: :
f LOCATION : recraatufi end conservation in BE 261-3687 '
Florida and throughout the Nation.
: 16 NORTH 4th ST. I World Fcod Congress t3 r I WITH FIRE. .. .
I was highly honored this past \ :
NEXT TO WESTERN UNION week to be a representative of the

r United States Congress in the proceedings .1\ BUY BACK I .
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I r1e Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 20, 1963 : I

1}.4, 9 I rA .c z a e I II )I'PIIEY( +ttJi HARDEE BROS. CO. ; .1.1i

I I lyllilNNNIY Have a sale? Normally we don't we do try to keep our regular all the time prices : I i

II sociation The American figures Automobile that about As-53 competitive. However, we have several good reasons for having one now. We want I

L million Americans will ."jam thehighways" you to see the inside of our store since we remodeled it been doing it for several ''I

I figure that this summer.I means about 17- months now and it is complete except the floor. Also we have added new items, !

666,000 drivers. Or, more accur- especially a new complete sporting goods department. And we found we have some I

you ately and if your I and going 17,665,998 too, it keerazy means, excess items we'd like to move for room for other merchandise. And we were afraid

damfulls.A you didn't know we carried some of these i items in stock at real good prices all the
few simple safety tips may
help, so HI offer some. time. We do have so much that doesn't show.

Take it easy. Cruise along at So we are happy to announce this sale from Friday June 21 thru Saturday June I
70 or 75 at least 6' 4" behind the
car ahead. Stay out of the 1001 I 29. We want our customers to use their regular charge account. I If you don't have

/ y. mph trucks.lane. That's for big trailer one here we can open one with very little trouble.

tffj1q I y Have seat belts for each mem- Many items are on sale which are not listed. Check the whole store for the specials.So .

fefe ber of the family and see they please take advantage of this general sale it may be a long time again before
BOY SCOUT TROOP 213 received the Advancement and Attendance trophies at the use 'em. In case your wife brings
recent Nassau County, BSA, Court of Honor. Pictured front row, from left, Kenny her mother along have wide tape another one. Thank you. Harry Poole, Mgr.
King, Jack Austin, Hydie Peterson, Walter Sturges, and Billy Bob Harvey. Back row, for covering source of driving ad-
from left, Al Bennett, Buddy Lee, Scott Austin, Joey Hyals, Jack Ryals, Robert Bed* vice And and- well one good I don't straight have to jacket.tell
ford, Joe Smith, Stanley King, Bobby Ferreira (head just showing) and-PHOTO Frank BYT.Fiala.H. KING you to use both. HARDEE BROS. t0. ,SALE
The most important safety advice .
: ;o- for all drivers concerns the
I FLORIDA 1 100 YEARS AGOJune I be organize and elect officers. : time of their trip. It could save S
Then "everyone should hold himself I your life, mine and probably several JUNE 21 29
ready to respond upon the other people.! -
.18 Admiral Bailey has requisition number shall volunteer shortest notice to any emergency I I Only I can advise vacationers
ordered Lieutenant George E. "there will be no necessity the: most dangerous driving per-
Welch, commander of the Amanda I I I that may arrive I decisin Johnson Floor Buffer ( 37.50 list 44.95)) $25.00
for others to be conscripted or' The Federal schooner Beaure- I iod. And I must wait for a reg. .
which was lost during the by someone else.
hurricane at East Pass, St. Geo- I drafted. The patriotism of her gard has been assigned to the i| That someone is my wife. We're Dishwasher Kelvinator Portable ( 149.95)) $75.00
rge's Sound, last month "to return citizens and her soldiers has earn- East Gulf Blockading Squadron :| planning a two weeks trip but she reg. .
North by the first public conveyance I ed for Florida the confidence and hasn't decided where to or when.
for blockade! duty in the area
and report to the Navy De admiration of her sister States. I 'I But with me at the wheel and her Gas Hot Water Heater Round 40 gal. ( 120.00)) $80.00
partment." Bailey had considered No requisitions have been made north of Cape Canaveral and off driving vocally y'all best, wait 'Ul reg. .
doing "the same with Lieutenant I upon the State durng: the war Mosquito Inlet. I f give the dates of the
I can you
David Cate, commanding thesteamer which has not been responded toby June 24 Governor. Milton. in most dangerous fortni't in Floridy. Refrigerator, Hotpoint 2 Door, 14 i ft, No Frost (reg. 419.95)) $299.95with
Hendrick Hudson, not i more gallant men than have answer to an inquiry about tne .
only on account of his inefficiency been required. It cannot there military requisition, says "the 1 trade
on the occasion of the Aman- fore be presumed that the call ,i brave men of Florida need onlyto Chamber Discusses : Washers Portable Electric ( 39.95)) $25.00G.E.
da's disaster, but also on accountof now made upon Floridians for the I be informed that their serviceare reg. .
the general disorganization of defense (sic) of their own fam- required to defend the State, (Continued from Page One)

his from own vessel my embarrassment when he relievedme by : ies ilies and and property property of and absent the famil-sold- and tempt to of repel invasion and punish by the any enemy at-, The report Bob on the golf, cochairman tourney I V Vacuum Type with 29.95 GE Floor Washer Dryer free $69.95
made by Young I
applying The U.for S. leave schooner of absence.James"S. for iers,the who achievements are contending of the nobly Lib- to The insure troops the, after requisite king musteredin number. was along with with Glyn their Waas.committee The two of, I Siegler Oil Home Heaters 72,500 BTU (reg. 269.50)) $199.50

Chambers, after a seven-hour erty and Independence of the when called into action will be I
chase, today captured the British Confederate States, will not be entitled to pay and subsistence Rudy York, Ed Mattson, Bob ,
Askins and J. E. Weatherford 50,000 BTU (reg. 209,50)) $139.50 Others at 25% Off
blockade running schooner Re- promptly and generously responded only for such time as they may
cited for the successful tour-

bekah about lotte Harbor.thirty with a miles cargo west of of whiskey Char suit June to.this" 23 -morning The U.captured S. bark Pur-in be President The on duty U. or S., under by gunboat his the direction.order Tahoma of"the today were ney Also and cited their were fine work.Ray Caldwell, Porter Cable Electric Saw 6 3-4" (reg. 87.50)) $62.50

Tom Tilman,
The U. S. S. Tahoma captured Florida waters the Confederate captured a Confederate flat- director Fiesta chairman and committee, membersR. 7" ( 89.00)) 65.00 81-4"] ( 119.50)) 80.00
British blockade runner Harriet I sloop Kate from. Nassau with an boat, laden with sugar and molasses B. Bailey, Reed Lewellen, Dan reg. reg. .
assorted cargo.A in a bayou near the Mana-
near Tahoma Anclote chased Keys the today British and block-the I I letter appearing today in the tee l iver. The crew, consisting of Daugherty and successful Jack Woodwardfor eventPresident Free metal case with each saw while they last

ade destroyed runner her Mary at Jane Clearwater.ashore and I; Capain Florida Tallahassee William Sentinel would D.suggests be Bloxham"a person that of !' The three vessel and men,is is escaped without being to name ordered the woods.or into papers that the he highly will Chuck name Flenniken a 1964 Fiesta said Ski! Jig Saw (reg. 29.95)) $20.95 (reg. 34.95)) $25.95 ,
geon June of 21 the-U.S.S.The Assistant Somerset Sur-recommends -, excellently one of the vacancies well qualified"in the to Houseof 'fill Tampa.June 25 An auction in Tallahassee -committee also asked in members the near of future.the tourney He- Toro Lawn Mowers $15.00 off self propelled mower $1 0.00 off others
into for
that the date
: ship put committee to pick a
of the Confederate -

"recruit Key West their so health that the The crew state can of I Representatives says Congress., is "a Bloxham patriotic, the citizen letter -,'[:"a, likely ironer today,Negro nurse will girl and offer, good seamstress for washer sale-, next A number year's event.of other groups, suchas I I Kord Window Fan (reg. 37.50, list 46.95)) $29.95 Other fans 20% off
vitiated that such j
a their respite blood is is requisite.so j identified of the with country all the, and best he interests remained -- aged fine horses 19 years.and a Also good, a buggy.pair"of nandina the Lions Beach, Jaycees Boat and Club the were Fer- j Lawn Carts (reg. 11.95)) $8.95 Toastmasters ,(reg. 21.95)) $15.95

June 22 The U. S. steam tug i, in the military service as cited for their outstanding assistance -I j
Marigold is ordered from the his health would possible I The U.S.S. Sagamore reportsthe with the Fiesta. i i
long as capture of the I Wheelbarrows ( to 13.95)) $9.95. ( 9.95) X6.95awn
Philadelphia Navy Yard to Key permit. He is qualified by education ; British blockade-run-I I John Tester suggested that the : reg. reg.
West for duty with the East Gulf I' and natural ability to represent nng beautification '
discuss possible
Blockading Squadron. The Courier I ,our county ably and well in Crystal'River, with?, cargo .of cot- Chamber of certain areas of the I [ Sprinklers Wave, ( 7.98)) $3.95
is also sailing from New'Y rk :: the Legislature.; ton hind turpentine. city and especially the entranceto reg. .' \ .
to Key,West. I The editor of the Florida Sen- Governor Milton announces [ the city.from the Iptracoastal '
that he will not appoint commissions Lawn Disston'Metal ( 4.25)) $2.95 Bamboo $1.00
Governor John Milton announces -I tinel asks the "free men of Flor. raise the companies need- Waterway right on into the down- reg. ;
that he has: received a requisition ida" to respond to Governor Mil- to town area.Guest .

Florida soldiers for 1,500 for the additional defenseof !i I ton's. military"The requisition call without is hesitation simply! ed that to has fulfill been the set 1,500 for man Florida.quota at Seaside at the Monday Inn was noon Col.meet-Wal- Shovels, round or square (reg 2.50)) 1.95 Ladies Garden (reg 2.95)) 1.45
"men in all volunteer ing
Further, he
mustered the State.into The the troops Confedcrae are to be I I a to call age on or you position without by the reference Chief elect companies their says own have off'cers.? the Whena rightto ter Preston. All Scotts Lawn Products, including BONUS all Vi price
will State, to
service for six monhs and remain Magistrate of our arm

on will duty number In Florida.no less Companies than I i and defending organize your for homes the purpose from invasion of- themselves sufficient together number will to elect associate form their a Rotarians Hear Aluminum Ladders 5 ft. (reg. 15.00)) $11.95 6 ft. (to 19.95)) $13.95

64, men, and no more than 125 your slaves from deportation company, they (Continued from Page One)
and may elect their own officers.As ;. and your crops and property own officers, report to commissions the Governor Johnson Waxes Etc. 1 10% off our better than regular chain price
soon as organization is: com- I'' from destruction." Leon County's and receive their ing operation must be performed ,
the members will return quota is 100 men and the Sentinel from the Adjutant General of the within 48 hours."
"to pleted,their respective homes and thinks that "she can easily State." I I The cornea, the transparent Plastic Dinnerware, final close out, ((2-3 off) 1-3 of regular price
avocations, subject to be called into -il furnish twice that number." A June 28 Armed boats from covering in the fore part of the
,active service only as emer public meeting should be held on the U.S.S. Fort ,Henry captured eye, is utilized in these opera-
Goods New & Wilson H & B Etc.
gencies may require to repel attempted Saturday, July 4, "and people the schooner Anna Maria in Stein-' tions, Armstrong explained. Over Sporting Complete Department, ,
invasions of the enemy." I' from all points of the County hatchee River today with cargo of 90 per cent of such transplantshave
Governor Milton__says_ _that_ if the i should. attend. The purpose will cotton. been successful, he said.I Regularly priced at team price, plus specials for sale.
-- --------- -- --- the first working
n Armstrong. said !_ .! All Reels 20 off Shells 20 off
eye bank was set up in hew I j Fishing % Shotgun %
OM fit A ttHM of reports by this newspaper ud the Print Advertising Association on the advantages of print..media.Don't York City in 1944 and is one of

"! i .?.t fy ida those eye with bank which now the is working.North Flor- Flashlights, Ray 0 Vac (reg. 1.38)) 79c with 2 batteries

pt 4 > eye-bank Armstrong work, who as is a civic active project in the, Batteries, Ray 0 Vac (reg. 20c) 14c
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I will sell the property situatedin
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-". Tom Lannon Team |! I News-Leader: ; Fernandina Beach, Florida-1 Thursday,'June 20, 1963 Page Seven 1,I

Sports SlantsBY i Wins Best Ball I I! FLORIDA- 'WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK I II ;

Golf i / oW YOUR I II 1

: The team of Tom Lannon, captain I SHAP .COULDN'T BE CAGKXrt'I7114OROA I I
"' The Box Plant team handed' hand for a fine report. Petti says I Ed Jones, Jim Clark and II 1SH1N6 TACKLE- WHICH 1$ \ /
Young's Inc., its first softball I flounder, whiting and mackerelare Don Brown walked off with top I I DEFINITELY HOT TRUE fiSHES 5 5TKOLLIN6
loss of the season last Friday being caught and that fishing honors Saturday in the best ball I I I 1
night as John Smith set the Crab will be better this week at the ;, tourney of the Fernandina Beach
sluggers down without a hit. The Pier because of the East wind. Golf Association.The :
I no-hitter' by Smith was the first I foursome had a net score r r ,
of the season and he added to his The KAC Redlegs won the of 64 in the handicap event, two : : : I e OTC
I 1 4 \ CASTING FO1!
laurels by smacking a triple. first half Championship in Little strokes better than their nearest i'
: League play by defeating the I competitors. I fi1r, SHAD W THE

Softball play in the Men's League Chem-Ceil Cubs, 8-0, in the play. I Tied for second place were the : ;i ( ( t Et SrJoNNSRIVER
is really interesting as the loft game Saturday night. ; teams of Tom Shave, captain, Al j''I << k 4 e, IS A VERY
players are beginning to belt # I Bodine, Al Miller and Cecil Brew. i !I I r i I r ( 14 f a..l PP D1AR
some long base hits as well as I The baseball world was sad I ton and Bill Melton, captain, 'rlil ( 4 4'ff SPORT
playing some fine defensive ball. dened this week when Ben Ger- I Herb Bailey and John Barniak. t ,(./ al
Alton Johnson and John L Smith I aghty, manager of the Jacksonville Sixty-three players played in i I ,try i 5' 55I
hit home runs for Chem-Cell; I Suns, died of a heart attack. the tourney according to Cecil :
Hammond belted one for the I We had met Geraghty and talked Loptien, chairman. He pointed out ,l i
State Road team; Hull hit one for that this is a new record for local
: with him number of athle'tie'gettogethers
KAC; and J, D. Holden, Billy Roland on a participation. ; 1 -
and Knight shared in the but we can't say f j I
we knew him personally. He The next activity of the Association tt/J&S FOR q0
hitting spotlight by getting three 'struck us as a fine fellow, naturally is set for July 4 with an 1 SHAP ARE SPOONS
hits in three trips to the plate.
.. I and his death is a great lossto : 18-hole full handicap tourney SPINNERS $MSS-
0.David Rodeffer* and* Granville I baseball, especially, in Jack I slated. Medal play will prevail (Nt.NTTACILE AVE A6E NEI6HT 3L8S G-OW'I'

Burgess hit home runs in Senior sonville. Our comment about Ger.: and players are urged to make up { 1 TO JO LBS9A 600P FOOP f/SRSE66S
aghty is that he never got his their own foursome. CALLED 'Ml* ARE A DSLICACY 9
League play last week and Mike '
Douglas and Billy Burbank belted chance to manage a Major League .; On July 21a mixed two-ball ; I A' ijRjcAw MALE SHAD IIJE CALLED 118VC/ I will be held and another
team a job that tourney 'ROES9 MIGRATE FROM
homers in Little League action. FEMALES
he could have handled much bet- best ball tourney will be staged I I II I
Burbank's was with the bases : HA D THE OCEAN UP THE 5T JOIHI RIV! .
I ter than many who are having : in September.
I their chance now. Other teams competing Satur-
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I day and their scores are as follows
The Stags won the first half
title in Senior League play as 1 I Potts Fish Camp on Lofton I : FLOF PA SAME AND FRESH WAT ( FISH COMMISSION
: 67 Glyn Waas, captain, Bill ;
Creek had a shorter fishing report ..
the Redbirds defeated the Falcons I -- ---- -
Childs John Guest and Emerson I ,
'I this week than ,
they usually -- ------ ----- -- ------ -
Monday afternoon. This knocked i
have because of the rainy week Fizer; Bob Gedeon, captain Perce '
with the Falcons the Stags out which of a possible would have tie end. E. J. Hickox and W. R. Per- Entrminger: Bill Royal and Jer- Storratt Pitches Home Runs Order' while Talbird Willie also Mitchell had two and hits Clinton apiece
| ry caught 4 bass and 10 mixed ome Spence. :
caused a playoff. ]I l i 68 John Scarboro, captain, I Brown had singles.
bream. and
Perry Wingate Roy
The Redleg* parents* *gave the Crews brought in 15 mixed bream. : John Baxter, E. V. Garcia and ; Pirates To 4-1 Of Day As Braves Billy Burbank belted a home
Hugh Adkins and Jim Gough Tom Tilman. :, run with the bases loaded for the
first-half winning KA.C boys a :
I ;, 69 C. W. Barker, captain, : ; Jets in a vain effort to his
caught 20 large mixed bream. Bill give :
Center hamburger on Wednesday fry at the Recreation afternoon. Thompson landed 15 large mixed Archie Smith, Steve Spence and : ]; Upset Over StagsRalph Trounce Jets 13-8 team the victory, but could not
Lester Durham Harry Poole, : i i put them ahead. Burbank also hada
bream. Ramos French and family ; I
We, keeping for a Lit I
tIe League were when score we sensed caught 20 mixed bream and Herb captain, D. W. Ringer, Ace Reynolds - the aroma game of those Salisbury Potts brought in one 2-pound and Chuck Howard. i' :' I to a 4-1 upset victory over Rotary Jets, 13-8, as Mike : through with two hits for the
steaks, which prompted us to walk black bass. Potts says fishinghas 70 Rod Bean, captain, Gus 1: ,I the Stags last Tuesday afternoon. Douglas blasted a home run and only hits made by the Jets.
slowly by where all of the cook. been good on outgoing tideson Lowenstein, Bob Phinney and i : j ;Starratt walked only four and double to' lead the Braves to the Clinton Brown did the pitchingfor
Ing end eating was taking placeto half-low to low water and on Darwin Smith; Sam Merrow, captain I' :: I struck out three in pitching the victory. Tommy Skipper and Al the Braves and allowed the
see .if they could detect the ap-1;I half-high to high tides. He want- Cecil Loptien, Bill Miller' 1 1 'iI ;victory. I Jets four hits while John Cover
pea ranee of a hungry scorekeep- ed to point this out to you fisher- and Harry Taylor; Leighton i ii I' Johnny Weisner was the hitting had two hits for the losers. Bobby I and Gary Lovequist shared the
men so you will have good luck. I,i Shave, captain, Pete Ingram, Gor / mound duty for the Jets and allowed
er. They dd: and that Salisbury I Preston i !star for the Pirates with two Thornton also hit safely for..
: don Butler and Walter ; I
steak in the middle of the roll :i the seven hits.
I York, captain, Don Roberts, )hits including a double and home
I i Rudy I
with onion, tomato, mustard, letice -! We overheard a conversation the Sahlman and Tom Digby.1! i 'run. He drove in three of the ] Mike Conner did the pitchingfor I Score by innings:
and onion, really :, other day when a certain Harry Braves 246 001 13 7 0
more was person 71 Ray Caldwell, captain, i i j four Pirate runs. Gilileo and the Stags and allowed five :
We could remind that stated that a successful man is Jets050. 011 8 4 0
good. you Carl Swanson, Lewis Nolan and :: |, the Redlegs defeated the Cubs one who earns more than his wife i' j! I )hits. i I I Brown, Harris Douglas and
''' Askins. Score by innings
H. M. :
8-0, for the first half title. j can spend and a successful woman : 1 1 Douglas; J. Cover, Lovequist andD.
73 Fred Osteen, captain, Bob i Billy Miller had a single and Stags 001 000 0 -.1 5 2 '
:_. 4 i is one who finds such a man. I[ Breslin, Ham Hamilton and Jeff I, : |triple in three trips to the plateto Pirates 102 300 x 4 4 3'' Covet and J. Cover.
Bud.Holt was not at the Pier I i Bowers. j j''I ; 1 share hitting honors for the Conner and Johnson; Starratt i
this week when we checked to'' Johnny Weisner came through j i I I 74 Bob Talton, captain, Jim i. I Stags with Robert Johnson who and Cover. Try A Classified
Sce)A QW fishing was, but his first for the Pirates last week, belting ,I Webber, John Gregory and John i I I, --- -- -, - -- -- -- --
.assistant, Jack Pettit, was on a home run and double and driving Pozega; Bob Askins, captain,! I
-v--' in three runs. His hitting has Buddy Burgess, Dan,' Daugherty I

r I helped the Pirates off to a good ;' and Arthur Renshaw., i IIONAL OFFER .ENDS JUNE 28ON.L
: I
start in the second half"of} the 1 I

, use e Ii I season. I I "There are three things the Ii }
i i average .man believes himself capable J I'

iI Bill Miller is continuing to lead ( of doing superbly well: Sing.|I
I the Senior League in hitting witha I ing tenor; managing a baseball i
.. .471 average while Carl Harris team; and making driver license 1'f'
leads the Little League with a I'rules.", W.; B. Coley, Jr,"' HOW TO GET THIS FAMOUS MAKE 1
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I The Tune meeting of.. the Ferr I! I tki FRESH # u: ', r

Thru Jane ISRedegs 8, 4 I, r.andiha Beach was l Held Women's at the Golf Seastd Associatjon :I.I League Hay I C 0 R 91

Cubs 7 5 Inn Tuesday at 12 ho6nvitn the it
Hornets '5' '.C j I Led Godwin struck out 14 Cubs j .
( following in attendance: Mrs. -
Braves 5 G.: Cecil J.optien, Mrs. 11. E. Williams as the KAC Redlegs trounced the '
; I; Cabs, 8-0, itt the playoff game j
Senators 5 7 : its .
Mrs. S. L. Tarlton, Mss iL t
for the first half
Jets 5. 7 championship I
'Katherne' Whitney Mr. Robert '
TOP TEN TIERS 1 t| Bryce, Mrs. H!, W. l Ffsnfer, MU.I :, last Saturday night. {I 'c0 '
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(ThrlJ Jane 15) 10
Cart Harrh, Braces ,, ,509)) I Mr, R. J. .BresHn, jffs. W. X; ,, b/it thop hits durinjc the contest;; ears 491'
Ricky Jones: Rt'dlers .' '.487 Clnld t- Mrs. fhomaa J, Share, :I and walked 6"nly four in pitching'the : Qudntity I Righfs Reserved 2 doz.6' .9, I
[ victory. Steve olomon
was :
Stewart Pikula, Sell. 79 Jr.'Mrl Glyndon W.aasj; Jr., 5frs.; i r
I the motrid opponent for Godwin: ., Prices Good Thru June 22nd f
t. Share llerrin
Billy Burbank, Jets .111 C. Mrs T. C. ?, !
Lee Godwm, Redlegs .432 !i Mrs. !ltd f Ydrli,. Jibs Mari* :I and he did not allow but five hits, COPYRIGHT- WINN DIXIE STORES. INC. -un :' ':
Fletcher Shirley, Cubs .411 i f I cone, :1lsiynda[| | 3latt 6n anti i: walked ten arid"struck out nne. V.D BRAND CHUCK :1\\
jlatts6h.t [The Cuba were charged with fivei : t .' .
Steve Solomon, Cubs ?'h8 ; Mr* ,Ed., Ray 'Caldwell oq n -- -- -!
Lee Key, Redlegs ,3fi8; and; Eaj Mattson ,werif guestl. i i i i, errors: I j I "
lark Haddock, r.edlegs .3\3: the 19 63-41 of/kws were In-1 i Lee Oo
Ronnie McDonald, Cubs .326 stalled aft Mrs.by Tom.Pro Lannoii Ed. Mattson.; president They; I[I! five Mike Redfe Sapp> hits and with Lee! .Ricky Key getting'the' Jones, astWD 49 5 TO 20 IBS. r. i

other base bI!
Jfrs.( H. W. Fishier vice presU i ,,
Pirates Blast t 10 dent; Mrs. S. L. Tarlton,'tt !Ut-'1 A tripfe by t,'m pqss\ was I'
er; 3frs. p: R., 'Efittt iu ;ef, secf?.1|I| the best hit for ( -dubs. with BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND : .. ,.
Base Hifs To Win fart; )fr$. Rudy .Ywk, t6urnamehf j i'Soloraon'f and Ro hfe 1 McDonald ,
'' getting the other 41b 7 hits. i!I ,
chairman. ; 3frs; Ed. Bedch, handicap :
chairman and Mrs. L GJ I Scbre' by Inning: ;:' f I : V. '
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base hits to wrap up their second .m. at the Seaside,-----Y------Inn< I, :' y I W-D BRAND LEA N BONELESS BEEF w
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straight Senior Leajrue victory as ;'it.l
they downed the Redbird, 94.'. the} pitching duties .for: .tke .Pi-i SenKJn I'i II I! I ;
Alan Cover and Johnny Wtis- rates with Cover striking; out ft; ; a C
ner smashed out three hits apjece: and, Gjlileo 2. Barry, Rice wend i : 69
to lead the Pirates, with Bobby the distance for the Redbird's+ I League StandingsTHri 3tew LB. '
Stover getting two hits, Ralph and alloyed 1Q hits 'chile. strikingout {If p\ I
Starratt and Boyette with one hit .and "walking} ( 9. \ J? 1.r: I
apiece. ; Score bj innings: ( Pirates f f\. ,t 2 0 W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN GROUNDBeef ... ,
Mite Rice collected/ two-hits for PJra'te 320'O 2'w 9 10 3.. Falcons 2 0
the Redbirds with Beryl Rice Retting R'edLifdi 004" (WO 0 4 3 5': RedbirdS 0 2 .
the other Redbird hit. Cover, Gilileo and Gilileo, Cov-i i Stags ,0 2 LB. U..SDA. Grade' "A" Frozen .
Alan Cover and Gilileo shared'!' er; Barry Mice and ;Morris. .1 I( TOP Tfe' t TIERS I II 5 $189

_. -'!.= --- .------::, -. .;.;.:..;. Miller, Stags .471 1
Pikufa Falcons .469 .

FISHING BAIT! i Weinser, Pirates .393 TURKEYS
Burgess, Falcons .393 ;'J:
Fox, Falcons. .387 _
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LIVE SHRIMP $2 Per 100 1 ., Beryl .Rice; Redbirds .379! as r a
Mike Rice, Redbirds .375
I i Cover Pirates .333 W-D Brand Turkeys are
DEAD SHRIMP3Lbs.Sl.00 1 Gilileo, Pirates .314 ,..,. D especially raised to produce -
Seville, Redbirds .290 I,, }o broader, meatier
get more I
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I Conner, Stags 10 ..: and more juicy dark meat. 1
FISH CAMPOLD I Cover, Pirates 10 Unconditionally guaran Ib. t
M. Rice, Redbirds 10 -1 0 \: teed.
TOWN J PII.26f-3939 We'sner, Pirates 10 i \ 'I
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y.. i Morris & Payne 1004 ; 1 J f In ?! E :.(. .,i: j .u1" ',J If' il, j ,.,..,. 4 >' ) Limit one with. $5.00 '" J
frJA'LL) r Hadden Becker's Lanes Drugs 980 941 50 Exira >,,0. r Green Stamps : 50 Extra pA( PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFAny C.: 9A+ tr
.. high I, WITH THIS 4". t', (
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'-- Scratch Rowers
High I
I[ C. Hodge 231-588 A T ANY WINN S8 d
: S. Bohannon 211560R.

Hadden 190-539 : _.
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Yo nIl LoveLUCITE@Wall I i 1'f.- )'d 'rpE'CJ"A-.:- -.- ,' ,iibury t 8;:.j: mDiJII-1 :\'if.'eJ. ,I .

Mixed ubles I II PLAIN or SELF-RISING i i :BEST: ] ,ti" BLUE or WHITE ARROW 8 '

Paint I BY WEEK H. R. Qt${q,.lS 6.18. JR.Total I'! /47 Pillsbury Flour k' :;1 !r! Detergent ,\ I:

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Mary 16 16874 (II limit'1 .with $5.00 { ,.; GIANT BOX .
Lucille Ball,star of the popular TV"L tcJ'Showrecently] had Land Kay'sI't': :: 1 H2 14977 rder or more. 4 hJ 1"t" '
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.y '.1 SAVE 11'
the interiors of her homes in Beverly Hills and Palm Springs ; Food : 19 16417 SAVE 20< t.J .
: K.A.C. 16385

painted with "Luc.te" Wall Paint., I high Team("..3j thes .;; 1' J //i
Lucy knows painting with "'Lucite"iey means: less botherno Hadden Lanes :- ::'\ 2495 r,; -
/ >NEW BLUE Save 21t'
K.A.C. 2457 -- S STANDARD RED RIPE I % : .
stirring or thinning needed.4tLucitc".doesn't drip or spatter Mary Kay's 2l34: 1 l

like: ordinary paints-spreads easily l with brush or rollerdriesin High, Ind. 3-Games t $ 303 ,: Cheer GIANT 581 ,
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minutes. And plain soap and water cleans: rollers, brushes, Stella Doland 633 .. .

hands: and spilled spots! r Betty Wini Smith McKendree: 661 655 : f SAVE 3Kr EACH ; limit 1 with $5.00 food .,17" -

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font 'lotto" $7.45 High, Team Game + > iI'lit.
Hew Dil Wall Paint '
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Hadden Lanes 818 I v'" ......, .. :: ,,, .1
22 Decorator Colors ready to use K.A.C. 803 : F
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Mary Kay's 845 .-; _.. I" I fl. (II J !
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Fir machI! MibiUiifteiii' f"end: Isff l! s $ High, Ind. Game 50 Extra lJ.w.-Gfeen Slimps- 51 Extra .w.:Green Slifflps Fa 1. }/"Green Stamps'

"DUCO" SATIN SHEEN ENAMEL .. ______ Belt] Becton 242 ONE 40-oz. JAR DEEP/SOUTH /ONE: pac; Two FKCS. FROZEN RICH S

LOW LUSTER, WASHABLE. COLORS $3 OS Betty High McKendree Scratch Howlers 240 I Peanit l Biller Fdx Dellii Fa0IiNZa Pie Ck>.col

QT. Se1M1 St hIM Betty McKendree 169-448 :I; AT ANt' WIN>>;DIXIE., -- AT ANY_ WINN-DIXIE __ Jet ANY W lNN-DIXIE
EPAMEL( Stella Doland 14G-407 __
Eleanor Flint 155 402 ___
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And I I --- Super, Bfie Dianas Iryin's Bar-B-Qaa
Supply Co, I Its ...... ....-- j rc Oysters

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Js.Leader E
Thursday, June 2J( 1963 :.. Page Nine .
f ,I I

.Shipper, Douglas Women's -- i iI

: :Belt Homers As Softball LeagueHardee's

Braves Top Redlegs Softball team of the
I' Women's: City League walked off I
Tommy Skipper and Mike Ddug- with two victories Wednesday
'l 1aS).belted home runs to lead the ; night as they defeated Meyer's
Method.st Braves to a 7-1 victory : in the opener, 9-8, then won over
fiver the KAC Redlegs while Tom- : Moore's in the nightcap, 9-6.
TOy"Freeman smashed out ,three i Taunce Smith did the pitchingfor m rCJUBILEE
hitstn three trips to the plate to I the winners in the opening
share in the 11-hit attack on the I I game and Carrie Alvarez tossed
Redlegs.A I I the second game.

A Talbird was on the mound I Deasy Mattox Smith and Bet-
for'the Braves and did not allow ty Becton collected two hits apieceto
theiRedlegs but four scattered lead Hardee's hitting in the OF SENSATIONAL SAVINGS AT
hits all singles. He struck out il opener with June Roland, Annis Tjttone
six: and walked only three. Moore, and Audrey Mullis shar-
Skipper and Douglas got another ing in the hitting.A. .

hit apiece along with Carl Knight, C. Knight, J. Gass,
Harris who had two hits and Carl
Edith Evans and Virginia Brewer
toiiTCeiger who had for the
one had hits to lead with
two Meyer's I
Braves.. Linda Evans, Cathy Dopson, Elea- WITH THIS COUPON
nick; Jones collected two hits
Flint and Frances Cogburn
foe the Redlegs with Dwight Key I getting hits. I ,
and Mike Sapp getting the other
In Hardee's victory over
,two .Redleg hits. Mattox led the hit parade I $ I, IOC3Y6
Score by innings
: -
with four hits with Lou Davies, I II
Braves 203 002 7 11 1
June Roland and Carol Russell;
Redleg r000 010 1 44 '
getting two hits apiece. Taunce I
lI Talbird ddock. and Douglas; Sapp and Smith and Carrie Alvarez had one KETTLE 7/\ I 1.

hit each. Ii
Guest and Hamilton led the h I 3,0!50l0
-,, Senior Moore's team in hitting with C 33475c
three hits apiece with Linda Sig-
uiea9arc Standings mon, Scarboro and Sue Silva get- _\ i \ Adustable
y FIRST HALF ting two hits. Fowler, Mary Rey- '
Sta>;s G 3 nolds and Franklin collected one Week I" I II Car Top Carrier
Redbirds 5 4 I I I !
: hit each to share} in the hitting.
Falcons 5 4 ,

Pirates- 2 7: Redlegs Defeat I Ii !I $1195

i Lions Hornets 9-6 j Only 1995 : $399

::; NQW Open t.
I The Redlegs smashed out seven Fits all cars including compacts.

base hits to defeat the Lions Hor Fastens to rain
Slide control fire bowl adjustment built-in j securely gutter.
Insulated chest remains cold to
t' : :''COOPER'SLAUNDRY i nets 9.6, last Tuesday night. up Strong steel bars with baked
fire .
I Ricky Jones led the Redlegs in starter, draft control, removable ash pit,
I I four days with one filling of Ice '
enamel I finish
1e i hitting with two hits while Robert chrome-plated utility shelf and chrome- ,.

: I Godwin, Mark Haddock, Lee plated grid .
4 t I Godwin, Dwight! Key, and Lee \.
I Key shared in the Redleg hlttmg.j

-1.- I:4Hi: ;& Beech Street I David Bowers, Tony Vizcarrondo .-
Tommy Corbett, Charles Hol- r
I jton and Billy Stewart collected I
the Hornet hits. Ii WITH
Robert Godwin was the winning -I riil.tII1II4
I pitcher with Charles Holton I II

getting the loss. .
I Score by 'innings: AIICAR WASH
Redlegs 324 000 9 7 4
your I I Hornets 001 221 6 5 4 H I
-', 4 house R. Godwin and Haddock; Hoi :
..d ton and Burton. Purpose BRUSH ,
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'r home Cubs Win 8-6
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.t .0; Over SenatorsThe N i
If something happens i
to you, there can be money
t to http' pay off the mortgage Cubs and Senators battled i 14't.517 Only
,u i with low cost mortgage re. 'away last Monday afternoon }before i
$ 9 9 111ao
'demotion life insurance. the Cubs came up with 21 '
iLcave your family a home, runs in the fourth to win 21 75c 15
,**ot A debt. See us now,. 86.Fletcher. I
game A Week -. 77C
\ { I Shurley and Larry i iI \
rtWOOTEN I Larry Gill led the Cubs in hitting I II Roller Skates
I#with two hits each, with William I
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.t' CALL ELLEN SHANK !- Stewart Pikula led the Sena I bar construction. two-speed motor. Push-button switch. hose to make car washing a snap. Ideal forAdjust '
J ors with two hits with Mark Morris 9 8 J I
261-5503: I, Bobby Ferreira and Kenny I from 814" $4 f: I Compact, durable cabinet ha attractivegreen other home cleaning jobs, too. Red plastic
-- King getting hits for the Sena- top, black plastic I bristles 7-inch aluminumr I
tors. to 10% Leather finish convenient carrying handle. handle. I

Score by innings: straps and ankle pad.CAR. t
,Cubs 330 200 8 5 3 :: <
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Senators 321 000 6 5 2
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Epilepsy is usually characterized =
by some type of seizure or I I Molded Rubber Floor Mats
Convulsion which is related to P11inN1L! 3.1.133 //j/
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control can be obtained in half I CARWASH 15 i/ oz. Bottle I: ; full contour
of all patients and another 30 I
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s.t I of the seizures with proper I Washes,waxes, cleans If I ;: most American' customer...

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; 1 available auti-convulsant drugs now I ar.... easy operation. Givesyourcarabright Can be mounted $1.99:
tL that are safe and non-
..a,. .. habit forming which may be on door, fender or I' Heavy-duty molded rubber with nonskiddesign

If. -\....... people prescribed with by epilepsy a physician.can Most lead as-new shine.Handy -, I body. Adjustable $295 j I I)
normal plastic bottle with I
. .SPECIAllOW? PRICE school), participate lives: they in can sports attend and spill-proof cap. locking head. !,i I Choice of red, blue, green, black or
games, and get and hold a job. colorama I
on famous Should someone nearby havean f \ I
t I: epileptic seizure keep calm. 9 SSKill g K Kf&S Si &S&=Kf,SefSI S tf SS_ ; L____________ ____
Pittsburgh He usually isn't suffering or in
danger. Help him to a safe
place but do not restrain his
: SUN.PROOf movements. Loosen tight cloth.. .')
r ing and turn him on his side.
as y
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I I object between his teeth and do I These And Many Man More Terrific Bargains Now On Sale
fOR LIMITED TIME ONLY! not give him anything to drink. ,
, Stand by until the patient has II ,
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activities. I
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: PER GALLON frightening experience to those I I'iho ,-
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dition. Some authorities estimate
n FIVE POINTS that 1 is 100 persons
-suffer from seizures of varying
;;-; O trHARDWARE A:GROCERY AND degree, which would mean almost -
2,000,000 individuals in
' the United States. If someone
_, Five Points vin your family has epilepsy be ;i
cure he sees a doctor according
:. ,'t' Phone 261.5205 to schedule. The anti-coavulsant .
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Page Ten: '- Ne\' -Leader, Ternandlna; ,Beach, Florida:" Thursday. June 20, 1963 !t 1 Tenienees These include not only 1 ..

-- - -- tI ; a house for easy livability but

Adult Ballroom Dance Class in I (. (lots more important) a shopping : -

News From Auditorium. at 8:00: pantMen tI I center nursing service should bt all1te tt1oott :
and Boys' Health Club in
they need it, a nearby hospital or;
the Health Club Room, day and medical clinic, sports and '
recreajitions ; Historic .
Ret j Florida's Oldest 'and Most
The Center eVfntnr. .5 and, most especially for i

FRIDAY, JUNE 21 I '} y j 1.ut retired teachers activities Fernandina n nch's Meeting Place i
f favorite
Adult Ceramics in Ceramics : familiar, and beloved in rcuic,
BY SANDY DeSANDRO Room 9:30 a.m.-12:00 noon, Mar. t For The Fint \ In Beverages
f 1 literature, lectures culture. Some I II i
THURSDAY, JUNE 20th( the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Jnl. tha Pnletti Inst. I I. o |I sunshine paradises are satellite : '. ,
Jr. Life-Saving Clan in the I I anne I I Owens, Inst. Sub-Teen Club in the GenieS 1 4&1 P .. communities feeding on the fringe j Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye I

Pool 10:00: 12:00() a.m. I Ballet Class (Advanced) in th<, Room at 7:15 pm. t : SAi benefits of the nearest ,city. With- ( Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue

Ballet Class (Beginners) in the' Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julannej Jr. Firt Aid Course In Conference .. out transportation jour teachers I,

Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julanne j i Owens, Inst. Room 9:30: a.m. -12:00 noon. f i ;x I i might be marooned!Equally vital: ...
Owens. Inst. Teen Club in Game Room al t:; Men and Boys' Health Club in i ''is. it a warm and friendly community .. u

Ballet Class (Intermediates) in 7:15 p.rn.THERE'S I the Health Club Room, day and ''NOTHING, TO DO? nothing. You tell him off! in a warm climate? Other ..,

... evenine.SATURDAY. ORGANIZE! Mary W., St. Petersburg, Fla. wise they can get a frostbite on ; ., -.. ------ <-.4
JUNE 22 of their suntan! For these I ,
I live in a small town wherethere's I Steady both of you. Why dees i top
Adult Swim Class 10:00.11:30 alone and there oth
( are f
nothing to do. The young I he pocket the tip? This i is not un- I reasons
S NO NEED a.m.Teen folk have regular dances and entertainment I I common. It demonstrates his wore ers) your friends should person- ;': FOREIGN JOBS
Club in the Game Roomat
1 ally inspectan area
1i=s> but we older folks ry over money fear and a des- Foreign employment offers and women r choice: of 19 countries -
7:30 themselves. The most I men I
p.m. reputable -
TO SETTLE FOR A Men and Boys' Health Club in have been put on the shelf. How I I peration you should help him with. 1; retiree communities : free transportation special tax benefits bonuses
: How ? Sit down and talk to each urgethis life in
ran we pet some attention? liberal vacations And a most u'niqut""Iy of guv-
BACK-YARD VACATION the Health Club Room, day and Please answer soon. I other like a couple of Dutch un- i! ernment careers: or with American companies their lub idiarI

L evening. A. R., Ohio des Talk monev. Talk exactly I I ies. Over half a million Americans work and lire exceptionallywell I
SUNDAY, JUNE 16th 1 what it costs to live and eatn and NEED HELP ON A PROBlem outside the U.S.A. Yen can earn up to $1,600 per month
Okay I'm repKin I
U your vacation plans need financing call on usWe'll Lutheran Church Meeting in Roll pronto ; how much can safely be spent to Write to Helen Alpert, paid in U. S. currency. For cdmplete information send $2 to '
the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. yourself off the shelf, dust V within budget I'll I ? Fcrelgn Projects, P. 0. Box 1913 Beverly Hills, Calif.
arrange a custom-tailored loan based on full MONDAY, JUNE 17th off some friends and pet busy. stay your National Senior Center, LehighAcres I
het ycU never did thTs! Do it now! I CALIFORNIA I I JOBS
consideration of your personal holiday preferences. : Children's Art Class in the Cer j To get !-methloi done, DO SOTP- That's for both of to Florida, or in care of this
my tip ; you
amics ':Room at 3:30 pint, Faith I thing Dive info your community.Call Thousands of new job openings now in Scuthern California in
Britton. Instr. I on your town Fbrary, community : take! newspaper. all fields. Permanent job security. Send $2 for job information
YYhaVs more, under our plan you get Island Squares Club in the groups, citv hall ch rrh. i Write today for the free Est? of I names and addresses to California Jobs, P. O,,Box 1914, Beverly

thesa added advantages:a simplified, Genie Room at 7:30 Proclaim that a Golden Ae Cloh. I I am a widow in my own darn ; the many booklets and services lI.iUs. Calif
streamlined transaction...complete p.m. Fabulous Fossils or whatever 1!home and fed up with all' this :
service. .. con Jaycees meet in Conference I and I available to you. __ _
flexibility. prompt name you pick. needs activities a lawn upkeep housekeeping. --n .., -- VV V "t'
Rooni'at 8:00 ;
: : p.m.
venient terms, can move into a nearby Golden
Adults and Teens Ceramics I meetineplace. Even the tiniest linrary -
where outdoor --
I Age apartment
Class in the Ceramics Room at I has a professional ninelinp. with the rent.
j maintenance comes
Martha Jean Puletti Do von how there's a nationwidepublic
7:30 .p.m., commilte for Winnie, St. Louis, Mo.
library services
Instr., Men and Boys' Health Club in to the awl furnishing; free Sell the darn place, Winnie! -

the'' Health Club Room, day and programs, b okh. films? Thev :
evening! even furnish ceiling projectorsfor I want to move into a retire DID YOU KNOW ?

TUESDAY Y. JUNE 25th the disabled! Do you know ment hotel. I'm a young 70, enjoy
Junior Life Saving Course in that churches deploring their i golf, walking, good conversations -
loans up fa $600 Pool 10:00.12:00: noon. neglect of you actively want you? I good food and comfort AmI

Ballroom Dance Class (age 11- :1110 you know that the big nat'onal' !: making ,the V right decision! ..
i clubs eagerly seek chanter clubs ; Please do not name or in-
my I '
O.A.C. FINANCE I 3:30 13) in p.m.Ceramics the. Conference Room at II III of retirees? Do you know that itials. Thank you. i! Df' 6S UNLA WFUL M M a .
the Elks established national
a A Friend, Clearwater, Fla.I 11t.
CORPORAriONAMOUNT I Class ((9.11)) in the I
politY to make their facilities
Ceramics Room at 2:00 p.m. Martha I Yep, ,it's the right decision if
available to seniors for meeting
PAYMENTS FOX Puletti, Instr.Barbershop land in the right hotel. In
You en MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS U MONTHS Quartet the .Con rooms? Do you know you can you this column I constantly urge people For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business: Under A Fietitio'js -
start senior center and *
S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5x47 S 7.55 ference Room at 8-00: p.m.. a program to appreciate that they are /* !

160.00 S 9,49<< 10.79 11.67 16.11 Men and Boys' Health Club in I. structure bv from(among free hundreds brochures) prepared the individuals: each a unique per- Name Unless The Name Is Registered V -

I the Health Club Room, day and I sen and personality and no one
A25.00 24.86 28.35 I 30.69 .2.50 Richmond, Va. Dept. of Recreation "
evening is a carbon-copy of another. Each
600.00 34.39 39.3 2.66 59.35 I and Public Parks? Do you
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26th person has the Cod-given privilege -
know that orgaazations: specifically r I
Ceramics Class (age 12 andover to seek what best suits HIM. Read This Florida Law. .
308 Atlantic Avenue devoted to the oHer personare .
) in the Ceramics Room at This is why the usual blanket-advice
pleading for your interest, to
rnondna! Mach,Florida 2:00 p.m., Martha Puletti, Inst. ge medical care, better hospitalization handed out to' everybody is
Sub Teen Club in Game Roomat so ridiculous! Even from their
Telephone 2613681Offict 7:15 p.m. insurance, better housing brochures you've probably discovered "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined{ herein, to engage in
kwer-cost: drugs, spectacles, dentistrv -
Hours Dolly >_-S; Widntidty I Saturday M2 Adult Ceramics Class in the vacation trips? If you wanta that not all retirement hotelsare business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and
Room 7:30 Martha alike either. Not all are
Ceramics at p.m., populated
ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE fistful of organization names unless said fictitious shall be with the clerk of the circuit court of
Jean Puletti, Instr. by the active and alert. I name registered
and write
addresses me, son.
-- -. .- Men and Boys' Health Club in I Finally: do you know that Cty have seen some residents so apathetic the county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall consistof
the Health Club Room, day and that they bulge only at
evening. Hall needs your vote? You'vemore meal-time. Facilities vary greatly filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons,
important than think!
:r I THURSDAY, JUNE 27 So saddle up and gallon you You may too. My advice: inquire care stating under oath the name'of all those interested in the. business .enterprise, the
Junior Life Saving Course in fully. Ask all questions pertient '
G I the Pool 10:00.12:00: noon. I not riding know with it,you but,! a'hol" pcsse is '!I to )ou. Get every detail. Visit, if extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which. said business is
Ballet Class (Beginners) in the I; you can. Check in for a try-<"ut.
t.l Auditorium at 2:30: p.m. Julanne (I II II I j j Don't plank down any hefty sum; carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto :

Owens, Inst. I I'm a retired military man, attractive :I in advance. One retiree calls her engage in business under a fictitious name shall have ;advertised his or their intention

Ballet Class (Intermediate) in bachelor in a new home: hotel "God's waiting room"'(She e
; :i to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four (.1)i) con::ecu-
the Auditorium at 8:30: p.m. Jul filled with art treasures I col. :'moving out.) Sympathetic managements -

anne Owens, Inst. lected. Now I feel" impelled to :;' will gladly cooperate Live weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in Ihe county where. said registration ::

n.I Ballet Class (Advanced) in the move elsewhere; all these nosy I i i with you! ___ .i ii i is to: be made, and said registration shall not accepted byte clerk of the
t Julanne
Auditorium at 430 .
.. p.m.. neighbors are bent on marrying : 1 1I
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LOOK ; such1
Owens InstSenior me off. Ypnr advice: please. If circuit court except upon receiving proof of pubs cation.I w.

Citizens Club in the you print.this, please do not men-I I BEFORE YOU LEAVE! R'
I retired i ii
My friends are two
Conference Room at 7:00 p.m. tion the name of the city. I came |' .

Teen Club in Game Room 7:15 here for peace and all I get is an ,I i teachers. They and want to to leave I If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than
and Frizzled by the Heat ? p.m.Adult noyance. their apartment move a
Ballroom Dance Class in warm climate. Any suggestions: ?
the Conference Room at 8:00 p.m. I How Major F., Florida? Pauline L. Sherman, Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly.'Advertiscd
lucky can you get Enjoy

the Men Health and Boys'Club Room Health, day Chb, and in I it! barrelful of suggestions New York,CityA but And Registered, See Your ,Attorney For All l Necessary....., Information I

HjiJ evening. I I'll try to be brief Their first
l 'J I Ii II i.. TAKE A TIP ,, step is to find the right commun As To V/hat You Should Do. V
I I, What happened to my hus-1:: ity. The sun doesn't shine on

_! : Parents Warned Of :: band? He's become a tightwadnow '. everything alike. They should ask: '

that we're retired. I'm sd ; "Does this community know I exist V $
:j I Ii Ij I ashamed I caught him steal-; ? What does it do for me?" FBtNANMNA BEACH NEWS-LEADED
Broken Seals
On ing the tip when we had coffee I Housing is net only shelter but I i

j with friends in the drugstore. P.S. ,' a way' of life! Does the- commune'ty

You don't need cash for i Baby Food Jars Wasn't the first tme.! I'm sayingil provide---_resources. _-- and -con---- --- ----

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i The State Board of Health today 1 1I ..

comfort Get. I warned parents to be careful I ....
in buying any: baby foods \\hich: i i' t S a
may have been opened in stores I Fa

by customers, thus making the a .
food Table: to contamination. l
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Dr. B. F. W obey, Director of J
rant Nassau County Health Department ; '-1

j said a survey by the American ..
Academy of Pediatrics has ;f j t It

} i revealed that some people open )

'.. I baby food in stores, taste it, replace 1.n ,
I the top and leave the jar on

Air the sk$,
Central Conditioning a
: I "Th sk'jesult can. be contaminated 2
: ,,jajf and a health menace," he *
'. :. sa:
NO MONEY DOWN- ed Uo types of tops which indicate '"u1 t'e t
i immediately whether a jarhas fVe :,
'been' opened. .
l I 'One type Of top has a depreSsed -

,Spot in the middle, showingHhat. ;: G.

.vacuum is still in the jar. __, A i v. -nV i+. yr V1.cbpnr.NM %I. o;.., I
\f\ Low First Cost I i
'It the/..i pot is raised in a hump t
0 Low Operating Cost it ink'fates: the vacuum has been 1.4 ; \r SS .aw 4 ( ,
t : los 4i d'lhe contents may be con.I .
o Combined Cooling and Heating System "
: ta 1h:' The other type Is in 9 t$

\: S Quiet Operation : at'cep.. with three parallel w ,
I l r' ijaninR! continuously
t across
: Guards Your Family's Health rr ; t
th" topand! rim. If one of these ,.
f o Reduces Nervous tension : has een opened, the lines of the d %J U

r r,IpaQ top will not match thosefetfie f
0 Helps You Sleep And Eat Normally i rim."Another. n

O Cleans The Air You Breathe way of determining to r

whether vacuum is present Is by

I rea""I. I listening for the characteristicwhishing (
sound when the container ., .
e T Mcdt by America's Fwimtsl Sp.<- I is opened. If the sound is II

lelitli la titUtnhol Heating Air i absent, vacuum Is lost. 4 a,

Iona,IUTIU a flWI; .. .t:_ Ct"cfitu111o! tad Wriw tooting I 'Baby foods should be kept covered /

in the refrigerator after .a
: opening and not tepl at room s

temperatures or elevated temperature ,
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Bryfltit Acdemy
,- 4J pit wofdi;..1, mlninrcm! .SMALL FURNISHED cottage, I
CURB GIRLS Apply lit
Card 6f Ttiink*, Kesolution* efecfrlc kitcfien. Lone Oaks. .
Phone 261-5066.. tfc son. Freezette, before 4:30 pm.tfc.. On June '4, 1963, marked the
aid Similar Notice I
end of the school term for studenk .

j .. ... A3 pet word -- 'tod minimum TWO BEDROOM lower fur. At 1:00 P.M. special assembly 1QFRAME

i: till l 261-3686 or 261-3687 nished apartment, oceanside. 12Q EXPERIENCED WAITRESS 'was held in the cafetor-

d$ or place ad at office South Fletcher. $50 week wanted. Most be 21. Apply in :. 5E1 turn At this titn th'e Principaland 0 Acrylic Lacquer Finish 0 Fiber Glass Wire
Surf Motel 261- .
.. 511 Ash Street Phone 2613138. tlc : 5711.person, phone tie ,. Faculty: .made their closing 28x48 (with horigers) ONLY $3.80
I remarks to the student body

t,' BUSINESS PROPERTY or KITCHEN HELP wi i1t d. Apply Mrs. Owens, visiting teacher PORTER & LQVEQUIST

residence Yulee Fla. Fronting
II Blue! Seas Restaurant tic. for this area, presented certificates -
FOR SALE U. S. 17, residence, store, cabin. I.. of attendance to all students COLOR CENTER8th
Apply 278 S. Fletcher. tic -i-- "- 4 --t Street At Fire Points Phone 261-30GS
: wit$ !100 per cent partidap .
I ",.t FOUR PIECE STRATFORD sere McCRANIE APARTMENTSONE I Business, j tftion. MrBJue presented the : -- -------- --- --- -- -
lonal sofa, like new, chest of SMALL furnished apart. Opportunities z.':::. ; /aledietorian, Christine Wallace .

drawers, one leather top table, ment with private bath, utih'- I .. ,--- -- -- .. I. with the', '. ,N.C'.T.A.: Award. The

jme plastic upholstered chair, ties and washing machine for-i 1 REAz Phyysical Fjtnejs Awards wereresenfedTt9tne
on e small bOok case. Ph. 261. nished. $8.75 week, tax. For ih-I Profitable dealership available representing ) worthy students ffhe JIllt1l0i

5187. -.1 20<: formation call W. I. McCranie, I established leadirig : b>y each teacpe t., in as much as Mr.
__ I Florida Aluminum Products .
261-4G42. If no answer call 2G1- Slue, Physical! Education Instrucor
KINStER1Y( HOME 9035 Mrs. Long. tie Manufacturer. Prefabricated units had 'tej ed all students,
BRAND NEW 3 bedroom I for the Building Trade aiM '. grades 1-B. O' In Magnificent Mountain Sotting

brick, oak floors. Just outside SMALL I. FURNISHED house, Home Improvement Fields. : Many'.formeijstudents and par

w ; $7 1inti s. Entire down pay. newly decorated, across street I Write P. 0. Box. 15175, Tampa, ...... nts were. present to witness the
.- ...n ent only $350. Less to vets.. Florida for 'details.P.OBLIC : : '
a from Keystone Hotel. 'Phone : ;... ) 1): closing .actjy5tis.!: At 2:10, all

*.*Total' monthly payment, fnclud- 2G1-4C89. tic. ii:.... :l fti honor sjuden: '. and their parents
;;: ;}ig insurance and taxes, $CO NOTICE .".., dpr. LAP SarVr '*g assembledijyiRoom] ) 3 for farewell

:NW,' tr '* NICE ROOM with private bath NOTICE TO BIDDERS 19' remarks tq alj\t honor students.

KINGSBERRY TRADE-IN private entrance, half block Staled bids wiu be received by the (CfkAY irs 'A tEAL.. BUT FIRST "YOU'LL"HAVE Mrs. .Margaret Pleasants, who!
IMMEDIATE posessiOn of thtee from Post Office. Phone 261. Board of County Commissioners, Nassau -
professional leave the coming
County, Florida.at the Court Houe ID MAKE A FEW CHANGES. on
bedroom masonry home with 4341. tIc id Irn Mina lieach. Florida, at 10:M year, gave.;farewell remarks. The
carport. $250 down, $58 per -- A. M. July 10. 1963 on radio equip NUMBER DUE J REMOVE THAT/ final expressions were made by
I THREE LARGE newly fur ment for Civil Defense Radio Amateur
month. Recently redecorated in. Civil Emergency Service for Nassaq Principal, Jams B. Bryant.On .
nished apartments, all electric --- --
terior. County; Florida., This equipment must
kitchens all Call 261. meet Civil Defense specifications June 10, a buffet dinner
set forth in Standard Item Specifications was given for the Bryant Aca. :,
3308 South Third. tfc
a THE -.. Mamial CD.1100 and be includedby JUDGE'S TO CREpITOnS;
:BUY OF WEEK IN THE COUNTY COURTIN .. demy Faculty, and staff, by some
Civil Defense on the latest listing AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
T\V\ BEDROOM HOME in nice FOR'BEACH RENTALS call 2614W2 01. Certified Radio Equipment FLORIDA IV THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I of the parents in Yulee, Fla. The I

neighborhood, oak floors, ceramic W. I. McCranie. Will be Complete listing and description of FILE NO. JUD.C, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA affair was held at the home ofIrs.
equipment is available from the Clerkof
ute bath. Large lot near glad to show anyone the1 beach I the. Circuit Court. Nassa'u County In re: Estate cf McCrimon. Dr. Brown, Den Old World Charm- wonderful food gorgeous BridalS

school House needs work such apt and cottages. tfc Court: ffouae, Fernandma Beach, Flpr- Deceased,. w. BOB FRANKLIV, Deceased.To tist, from the State Department

painting. YOU do the work, tense ida. or Director the Nassau Civil County Defense Civil Office De, To._NOTICE all creditors TO CREDITORS and all persons Claims An tor Creditors Demands and Against Persons Said Hating Estate was special guest at the dinner.I if dancinz, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard,

WE furnish th$ material and LOVELY VACAflbN ocean 'ernaiftttna' Beach. Florida, or by having claims or demands against : The individuals making his an

yon will have a nice home for that downstairs apartment writing the Civil Defense Director P. said estate. ''You and each of you are hereby enjoyable afternoon for Bryant Olympic size pool, art lesons, and rock hunting -near
0. Box 672. iernandina Iieach: Honda. You, and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any I
$50)) down, $5150 month. with fenced: in yafd. Sleeps 10 Successful bidder will not be requitedto notified and required to presen any claims and demands which you or Academy were: Mrs. ,Mitchell [I and craft Kiltmore
ft ft if to 12 people. Phone 2>61-3174. post performance, bond but will be claim and demands which yon, or either of you, may have against the Mrs. McCray, Mrs. McCrimon/I golf courses-antique shops -
required to deliver equipment to des. either of you, may have against theEstate estate; of W. liob Franklin deceased,
PAUL c. BURNS tie ignated site in good order and, where of DAVID LATEN PRINGLE,! latE?: of said County to the County Mrs. Evans, and Mrs. Greene. Estate Mountain trails drives -pleasing rates
Kiri Hornet applicable test such equipment 6n site Deceased late of Nassau! County, Judge of, Nassau County, Florida, at expressions of appreciation were I
Builder of sl>erry newly decorated to assure proper operating condition. Florida to the Honorable J. Weatbe:. his office in the court house of said
3f9 S. gtli s.( Phone 261-3606 APARTMENT, No installation will be involved irr this ford County Judge of Nassau County 1 bounty at rernandir/a: Leach, Fior made by Principal Bryant, and '
$30. 309 S. Gth St. Apply at 111S. >id.. At least a one:year guarantee will Honda, at his office in the County' Ida, within six calendar months from Dr. Brown. Mrs. Pleasants made I Write Hprry Tracy, The Innkeeper
5th St tie b>e required on the major items of Courthouse in Fernandma Nassau Coun: tte: time of the first publication of for
CHIHUAHUA! PUPPIES, rejris- radio equipment involved in this bid. ty Florida. within eight months fron> this notice. Two copies of each clairn expressions of appreciation
tered. Phone 26(1-4341( or 261- The County reserves the right to the date of the first publication of) this or demand shall be in writing and the entire fa ulty. The Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville,
SMALL UNFURNISHED house waive information in any bid; to reject notice. Shall state the" place of residence and Mrs. Annette Bridges, Chairman
5186. tie tot rent 1310 Franklin St. Call any and all bids with or without cause; Each claim or demand must be in I post office address of tne claimant North Carolina
---- and/or to accept the bid that in its and shall be sworn to by the claimant Public RelationsMr.
and must state the of .
writing place .
lloUSH TRAILER with 2 r66m 201-5277 for further information. judgment will be for the best interestsof .residence and post-office address, 6f I his agent or attorney and accompanied James B. Bryant, Principal .
the County of Nassau. by a filing fee of one dollar
tic claimant
the and must 'be to
attached. Terms arranged. Ph. Done order of the Hoard of I sworn .. ..
; by County by the claimant his agent or his and 'such claim or demand not so filed .1 --------- "--
2jl.5( ?34. tic Commissioners, Nassau County, Flor I shalt be void.
attorney or it will beoid according
.. UPPER DECK APIS. Complete. ida. this 12th day of June. A D. 1963. to law. Velma Graham FranklinAs
.s- Harry Poole, Chairman administratrix of the Estateof
BUY A HOMESITE on the Nassau ly including TV Board of Courfty Commissionesr First publication on June 13,. 1963. \V. Bob Franklin deceased .., _

River Beautiful high Phone 261-3118.. tie Nassau County. Florida Eloise Mount ; First publication May 30, 1963. .
As Administratrix of the Estate ot .
2t 6-13.20{J Albht C. Thompson Jr. r::::: ::;;
and dry lots at Nassauville. TWO BEDROOM unfurnished DAVID LATEN PRINGLE. Deceased Attorney for Administratrix Do Your Brakes
Dated June 12th. AD. 1963. 4t 530, 60, 13. 20
d" Qlhers with waterfront privil apartment, 126 South Fletcher. PUBLIC NOTICE J. E. Weatherfurd, County 'Judge S

I ere!. Small dojjrn payment, $85 Monthly year round. Earl Btoun Atty. NOf Grab? Squeal ?
I' I' tfrancfsEIW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH 4t 6-13. 20. .27. 7-4 PUBLIC ICE .
Terms to euit Phone Phone 201-3138. tfc 4LOICIAL. CJKCU1T. IN AND .KKNASSIU I S
,NOTICE TO Pull to Left ?
POpulaf l 5.2'aI!,. Jackson I _. ._'- COUNTY. iLORlDA. PUBLIC: NOTICE FLORIDA STATUTES or Right
: Points. Call 2615421. tee !i 2C66 Lbifr COMPANY a N Tiffi C&tJNtr Jt'Df; ;s COURT JUO<;E, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA -=J
SHADED LOTS at Ame1 corp".formerly MAC re: Estate of MTR1pLn .'
TWO BEDROOM apt upstairs, CREDIT CO., Inc. .
) I tta, 100 X 145. SId down, $10 Plaintiff File No. IREDERIC F. GAINES SR. beceat hfr;
furnished. AH electric kitchen. IN RE ESTATE OF >rd. : -
month. Call Howard Ham vs To All Creditors and Persons Havirig --
per Phone 261-52C9!) or 261-3230. tfc TOMM1E\ LEE OLIVER and I Laura RelIC Jeffreys -
Claims Demands Said Es.
or Against
'J ( u..mond, 2613733. tfiSJJI.L SHIRLEY OLIVER Deceased tale E RVICE
I TWO BEDROOM unfurnished DefenIants. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ycu and each of you are hereby ; '
,. ,1.. ; NEW MASONRY, three house. NOTICE OF SUIT To all creditors and all persons having notified and required to present any I : D
FLORIDA claims
SlATE OF or demands against said estate.
bedroom home, $450( dctan, only COUNTY OF NASSAU You, airJ each of yOu.. 'are hereby either claims of and you 4emands may have which against you, the or II 1. "1 OFFER /

$55 month including tax and in. TWO ROOM funu&ed apartment t To: irflRLEY OLIVER Residence notified and required to presesnt any, estate of Frederic F. buns and demands
Unknown; whch you or
late of said County, to the I
surance.John. You are Hereby notified that a suithas either of you. may. have against the, County Judge of Nassau County FlorIda .. S .
T. Ferreira & Son SAHLMAfc been filed against you Shirley estate ofLAURA at his office n the court house ,i Z'OtbFront. '.
D. F. entitle.d..eaU .
50t1&nlkAve. Phone 2613'571ONBWEEK :) Oliver, in the above BELLE JEFFREYS of said County at Fernandma Reach,I ..
_ 1 _ PhONE 2C1-3221 and that you are hereby required to ate of Nassau County.: Florida to the! Florida, withirf six calendar mont ; i ;
-- file your, answer with the Clerk of Hon. J. E. Weatherford. County Judgeof from the time of the first publication Wh els
Ain: month old FURNISHED APT. for rent. Ph. this Court and to serve a copy. there Nassau County, County Courthouse! of this notice. Two copies cf each All 3 p Ft \
upon the Plaintiff, or Plaintiffs attorney 1, in Fernandma I'.each. Nassau County,I : claim or demand shall be in writing ft Q r--..
Muscovy ducks. Ph. 2Gl-370rt. tfe whose name and address is: Icbte' 1 .
2G1-4320. ROBERT E. HUCKER. 400 Law Exchange Florida, within six months from the: and! shall. state:, the. place_.of.residence ttrJ A""
of the first of -
J20p publication this< ana pun cmce aaaress i/i ire Claimant I
FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM Building, Jacksonvll!*, 2, notice. I and shall be sworn to by the V
Florida Each law ot demand must be in his I f or
claimant. agent. or attorney and
MATCHED SET Diamond and house, all electric, at 1244 not later' than July 15. A. D. 19!) 3. writing and must state ,the place of I accompanied by a filmg fee of one I
yrfdding band, new. Priced to South 5th St. Apply 321 South If you fail to do so. Decree Pro Corf- residence and post.office 'address of the I I; dour and such claim or demand nbt : ::J Anyonly.
fesso wAIl be entered against you for Claimant and mutt{ be sworn to.by the so filed shall be void \ Ameri an
sail. See Bertie* at Florida fith St. on Friday, Saturday: or the relief demanded in the Complaint. claimant his agent. or hi; attorney, or Fliz-.beth. A. Caines: -
Rahk. ** tee Sunday, J26p The nature of said suit being for it will become void according to law I As executrix of the Last Will arid Car I I14eI
.. Foreclosure of Mortgage: on the following Each creditor shall deliver sufficient I Testament of FredeniF.. UoIinu'j
described property situated in
copies of his elaim to enable the Calm- Sr., deceased
BEACH HOMES Nassau County, Flofida to-wit. t.y Judge to majf one to each, personal Thos J, Shave. Jr. I Just Say "Charge it":. ?
Bfcck of r .
MISCELLANEOUSPAINTING North li of Lot 5 146. rn- representative. Attorney For Executrix
1060 S. Fletcher Ave.
andina According to the4plat thereof Dated ,Jane A. D. 13.Latira I I Hrst publication June 6. 1962 Take months to pay
Four bedrooms, living: room, kit according to the current public records _Helle Jeffreys Holcombe 4t 813, '20, 27
I of Nassau County IJond. .:.
chen and dining: area. Florida INSIDE ANb 1 Davenport As Executrix of the. .Lastffll i' !
Stove refrigerator and 2 Lonnjim? Chairs, 1 platformockerTV and, Tettamept !of ,-' '; .*. : -c-- U
room. OUT. Paperhanging. Low prr.C .?. '' ,- ', ./ Estate ii -i-
chair: 'l. v ,
freezer. Gas heat. Day ot night Start at once. 6 Throw rugs Laura hen Jeffreys. l3eaid 1 jjpgTopics"

ft *- ft Phone 2615135. J20p 3 Tables. 2 end. 1 coffee 4t First published on: June 6-!3.13 20.1963.27. 7-4 / kct' I; UV

; 667 S. Fletcher VELMA'S KIDDIE, NURSERY.- 1 1 Motorola radio TV I \\
TWO STORY duplex two bedrooms hour week. 102 S. Z Tables PUBLIC NOTICE I ,
By day or 'I Chairs
up ft, 2 bedrooms ft ft down. 10th St. Plione 261-5931 J27c 1 1 Singer Speed sewing Queen wash.mach.mach. IV JUIICL\L TUB CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT,., FOURTH NASSAU- ;I dl V/iSFront: End ,b \1 VI and 'Repack Front \ i

I Philco refrigerator
t tin S. Fletcher' VANITY BEAUTY SHOP 1 Gas range: Kelvinator CHANCERY. :
Thrifty permanent wave 595. 1 service for 4, silverware 2tU A Struct of Your Doctor of Medicine. ri- S Wheel Bearings \
CORNER LOT. .. 3.. bedrooms
1 service for 4. dishes & utensils IN RE Petition of Gerald Dean Your Local Uriiical Society and the
Distinctive service budget Medical Asvmation.
kitchen and dining! area. Living 2 teas Denslotf and Louise Henderson Drill- :
prices. Telephone 26l-iGSG for 1 dresser 1 vanity low, his wife, for the of au
Florida utility Entry WHAT WE SHOULD EAT
room, : room,
appointment i tfcI 1 Chiffonier Order of Adoption of Robert Michael I ) 23'? )
room and two-car garage. 5 lamps. 4 table 1 HOOT dreen and Donald Ray Green
WITNESS my hand and the seal of Minors. A calorie is a measure of food '
ft ft WILL'OT be responsible for said Court at Fernandufa each. Florida ORDER OF PUBLICATION AM. energy. Carbohydrates art sugars -
"* debts incurred by anyone this 12th diy of June. A. D. 1983 NOTICE OF SUIT j S
South 17th St. any
125 D. 0. OxleyD. starches celluloses and 'a: /
(seals: / '. I 4'a ,;
other than myself. .
*Twobedroonu', Hvinfc room, din. 0 OXLEY _Nathaniel Enoch Green gums. They provide energy. I .
jnjf rv m and kitchen. Lot 154 Bennie F. Acosta, Jr. J27p I Clerk of the Circuit Cmrt. Residence and Address: Unkrfoun Proteins are made up of! simpler I _? I end fOfiOfl bar; / jt
County, Fernandina
... -- I Nassau You are hereby notified that a pitrogen containing substances \
x140.Ptte. adjustment
HOME MADE POUND cakes, I I'each. Florida. petition has been filed in the abdve ':called ammo acids. They pro- i'
27. 7-4 _
.... R layer and birthday cakes, pies. I 4t 6ii,3O. entitled cause and Court wherein the l'v,vide energy and the material 1 for ; hot Included '
seek to adopt and change
'. Intram, Salesman All kinds. Call. Patricia Luke PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE the name of Robert Michael Ureeu growth and repair of tissues. -

.."# ,.,.,L. L Uohannen, Broker 2615332. tfc I and Donald Ray (Ireetl. minors, and One authority said if there were !
__ OF AUCTION you are hereby required to file ydur any one "secret of life", protein
13N1t.. : th !!_.. l'bone26l-52G9 I will sell ta the highest and best written defense. if any. to the petition "tniRhf be considered to be at the MS Vses1effe, NEW TREADS
iF YOU HAVE a drinking problem filed in said suit before the ,
bidder for cash one 1953 Ford 4-door, on or .heart of it. since protein i is the I
11QUE WHITE PIANO write Alcoholic* Annnt serial no. U4AM53408.( : for storage 22nd day of July. A. D., 1963. -hh '*' : essential stuff of which living I I'stissoe "
due. on Monday. June' 24 at 12 noon, the Clerk of said Court, rernandmaBeach j
Provincial with Box 3.18. city. EL-6-7700 1$ made. Hair, nails kin !
French spinet mOUSe
it 221! South Fletcher Ate.Houard .. Florida and serve a cC'pY
bench. $275. Phone 261-5332. Hammond. thereof on petitioner's attorney whose yand muscle u snc consist almost I 't\\\ WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
FLOOR SANDING and fefiaisti--131 6-6.13.20 name and address appears hereon. entirely of protein and water. I '
J20c '
-- This Order shall be published for Fats made of simple material : Narrow Wide -
op 3I or Design,
ing. floor tile1. Paul E. Hanson four consecutne weeks in the Jer- J I

I ROSEWOOD MELODIAN :.:: Pcbnk 261-4609.: tie PUBLIC NOTICE paper nandina published Beach News in Leader Nassau a ne'ots'l, |[ energy_ called ana. fatty are acids.more provide SlOWlY i I Tubelesi! or Tube-type 4 for

1840'a. Working condition. $200. NOTICE Florida utilized. _
Phone 2615382. J20c TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Nassau County. Florida. June 20. 1963 Herein faD not or decree pro cm- While proteins can be a
-. The Western Auto Associate : NOTICE IS HERE15Y (:IVEN. that fesso will be entered against you Ipr ,ftlource of fuel for maintaining I Our Neil Ttndi. idinilfied ly Aftdalkon end thop mark, art
pursuant to Section 9. Chapter IKlA.Laws the relief prayed in till petition. i 1 1 4 9
.} tm tTunE FOR SALE store was transferred June 11,' of lorida, known as the Murphy WITNESS my hand and the seal of A body temperature and .fot hftls.lfrtul3r GUARANTEEb
DOLjBLfe MAPLE bed- lii&S from M urke Urmanec tb Act. the fo otini described landin taid Court at Fernandun heath Nj"? l work fats and carbohy.' \ i.Alti iaj* iettctt i ia orlfli* MJwp... ro Unlj lurinf life of tread. 4 9
=u. : Nassau County, Florida. _ill be of. salt County, Fl 'nda. thw 26th day,of I 41rates are the natural fuel food. 2.A<*iiikt normal road hazards 4eicot KbairaLe| punctum cncouo
'..rt.-.pr1: f and iii ttress. One single Walter D Smith. Mr. SmltK fere4 for sale at public outcry for the June. A. D i 1963. flt .',. 'ituffS. j I tend in everyday ptsMgu car lISt for 12 month
for highest and best cash bid. subject to D. 0 OXLEY Replacements prorated on tread wear tad baaed oa bat price Current
will not be responsible mamtalo
: ple bed-box spring and foam any the right of the Trustees of the later Clerk Circuit Cou t. FZ' an even balance ,at urns 01 adjuetmrsL;

apad, two large upholstered debts incurred by Mr. Urman nat Improvement Fend to reject any Nassau County Florida : the body require carbohydrates '. 7W .- ; Plus tax and 4 trade-in tires
:1in. Ph 261-9775 19 Sooth Jtt4eINSTRUCTIONS aifti *H bids; at the Courthouse begatnrnj (SEAL) fafa and prot inj, plus certain :
at 10:00 o'clock AM. on the Sth I Sf 3 R. F.urnsed ;. (.minerals! vitamins and water.
LQ St J20c day cf July 1963: Outside of munictpalnies B. R I.urnsed iKotrrtioa experts agree that FRFE CAR SAFtTV
t ,*_ 1-- I easement flit road right-ol Attorney for PeUtloners :'from 2,000 to 3. 00 ealonei
.. :200! feet wide will be reserved .
MAkE way p. o nox mIklacclenny.
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from any paten ttro'UgfMeIl mere Florida -.' : : body
low equity ia 2 bedroom, 2: JOB SECURITY tan be by U aft, existing state.Itoad. As to all 4t ''-M, 27, 7-4, '11 each 4IJ-.th home with family room, yours lands title to one-hau of an petroleumand -: body balance! as shown by a con.
i preparing now for coming Civil three-fourtftS of all other mtoef slant weight
wall-to-wall carpeting, sh< Service' exams.. Send nawe, address ala ,sill b? restnetl AU fisslO .1blemateri.a& There are certain foods which
is reserved.
double carport No qualifying and phone number to NATIONAL DESCRIPTION have !been designated "must

or cldsing costs. Assume $13,. TfcAtNlfcfc SEfeVfCfc mock 3 Lot 2 OLD TOWN Ctty of _tint' SMOKETIIAI foods and which if talen daily BEACH SUPPLY

950 Joan. See 8dl Amelia Dr :Ftfrnandina Beach. in adequate amounts, Rite the
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Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday June 20, 1963 I CINDERALLA GOES TO THE Donald Drury n.Dean's ,
BALL Nassau Is
At The Churches I Among List At

Too Late To ClassifyBY POLITICAL TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH OF GOD OF What witch does, sh.see. the wicked 7 Top Counties Florida Southern

Beneath the satin coats
RUSSELL KAY :i CHURCH PROPHECYRev. Of the prancing horses? i Donald Howard Drury is citedon
Amelia Road Phone 261-3137 H. C. Drury, Pastor Only the timorous hearts of mice iln Reforestation J i the dean's! academic honors
BY RUSSELL KAYIn of Secretary of Defense. Few Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor 10:00 sum. Sunday School Beating with fear. I II list at Florida Southern Collegefor
I960 when campaigning for !I men are qualified to tackle it. To City General Election Sunday School 10 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Morning Service Their costly accouterments: of gold t I Seven north and west Florida achieving a "B" plus scholastic
election, Kennedy laid great stress :i do the job well calls for top quality July 16, 1963 Morning Worship ---: 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service and jewels counties led the rest of the state average or better during the
on the need for a powerful 'defense I leadership, courage and abil- Evening Worship 7 p.m. W.M.B. Are only foolish make.believe. I in reforestation during the 1962-' second semester.A .
system. Those who have fol- : ity and a whole hell of a lot of Wednesday Service 7 p.m.FIRST 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young The glittering coachIs 63 tree planting season. I junior. he is the son of Mr,

lowed the administration's effortin just plain "guts". For City Commission h '" -.Ar,.. People only a pumpkin, Santa Rosa County, with 5-1 and Mrs. Ranzy J. Drury of 612
this direction must admit that It calls for battling the vested Group Two PRESBYTERIAN ok Dirty and commonplace, 870,570 seedling trees planted, '! South Fifth St.
the President has come nearer I interests, the Congress, the military CHURCH In her evil
all Florida
I was among coun-
fulfilling that pledge than any of and just about everyone HILTON L. KITCHENS Rev. John Dozier, Pastor
in i
I of
CHURCHRev. ties, according to the Florida Forest ; the largest user pine
the others.In else. C. LAMAR PERDUEE. 8:30 A.M. W. J. Holmes, Pastor The lovely princess, Service. '! the South and has grown steadily
selecting Robert S. McNa- McNamara knows he can't J. SMITH Worship Services; ....11:00: A. 11. Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th I Who rides in this incomparable A close second Taylor I' duing the last 30 years.
mara as Secretary of Defense, please everybody and he doesn't Sunday School &:45: A.M. Sunday _. 7:30 aan. I equipage, County with 5,867,200 seedling I In recent years nearly half the
the President made a wise choice try. His job is to keep America Youth Meetings 6:00: P.M. Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd Is, to this evil one, )
followed with
trees Bay 5,634700 Florida mill
indeed. In of what the crit- and do it ; .1 pulpwood used by
spite strong as effectivelyand *
little kitchen-maid,
11:30 Only grubby i
5th a
For City Commission Sunday, a.m. ; Walton, 4,809,340; Hamilton, has been imported from out of
ics have had to about him
say economically as possible. Group ThreeE. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Monday, Young People 7 p.m. Upon whom one can vent 4,277,544; Jackson, 3,614,750; Nas- state. With new uses for wood
McNamara has done a good job j Our Secretary of Defense is CHURCH Daily 8 a.m. The gall and bitternessOf sau 3,285,500.Of 'I I current
and increasing population
and the it. nation ought to appreciate dedicated to civilian rule. He is J. JOIISOJR.. Amelia City Near Intersection Saturday Convent Chapel one's evil heart. the seedlings planted state-: predictions are that the plantingrate
also a recognized economizer. HERB WHITEIn AU '
6:30 Communion in Convent unless
wide, 93 cent were slash pine. must be stepped up
It is doubtful if any post is Given their way without restraint! A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor 6:30 P.M. Young People's per wood
I What sees the prince! An average 680 pine seedlings we are to face a shortage of
more difficult to hold than that the military would run hog wild. the past they have been so 5:00 a.m. Morning Service Meeting. A glorious vision of loveliness! will fully plant one acre. Total |I, before the fear 2,000.Classifieds .

short-sighted as to spend billionsof 9:00 a.m. Sunday School & Around which, by the alchemy of seedlings planted statewide during -
the taxpayers' money for CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH imagination, the 1962.63 season were 84,- 11 Pay Off
equipment proven. obsolete even MEMORIAL METHODIST Bailey RoadJ. He has drawn the cloak of his 681,885. !

Han TheatrePhone before contracts were let. Some CHURCH C. BYRD, PASTOR own innocence; Since a reforestation programwas
I' admiralsvouldslIR;; be building NeLon P. Mojer, Pastor Sunday School 10 A.M. And, thus, attained his heart's launched in Florida in 1928
battleships if they 'had their way. 9:45: a.m. __" Sunday School Morning Worship 11 A.M.I desire. by the Florida Forest Service
261-4849 D. W. Roberts, Mgr. I The Army is 'jttst""h&$ bad and it 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Evening Service __ 7:30 P.M. nearly one and one-half billion GRAND OPENING
takes a strong bawd lo keep themin 6:15 p.m. MYF Supper & Pro- i Thus do all in others have been planted
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 I ii we see seedlings on
check. I'" grams i That which is in our own hearts.So more than two million acres.
I Congressmen and Senators with 7:30 p.m.....L_ Evening..A.. Worship : Nassau County do we ascribe the motives Most planting is done by private I II i
ONE COMPLETE SHOW their own interest in view, all 3( .r }( For the foibles of our fellows, landowners desiring a profitable fI
have their pet projects, they want ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL I have
ASC Committemen Be they evil or benign, return but many seedlings
Friday Saturday more money for' their districts CHURCH ; Even as it within us. been planted on State and Feder-
and their constitu|,*whether it The Rev. James D. Ellisor, Rector ally owned land. I
STARTING AT 7:40 fits into the overall ,defense> planor 7:30 A.M. Holy communion : Get RecognitionNassau Envoi With 8,000,000 Florida woodlandacres :i JUNE 27. JULY 13
10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist Shall the princess leave her
JOURNEY TO THE SEVENTH PLANETIN not. .-J 1 the defense 11:15: A.M. --Church School dreamingAnd still in need of reforestation at
The competition
ASG Commit- her forsake his trust?
terrific and vested interests 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young County foresters and state nurserymen Five Points
COLOR dollar is ChurchmenThis teemen recently received special Then shall all the world be dreary feel their job has hardly be-
are organ&d to the hilt ( is the schedule of every:recognition for their outstanding And our hearts be dry as dust. Grocery & Hardware
STARTING AT 9 P.M. in seeking then' The, pressure Sunday with the exception of the I contribution to the conservation ef. Herbert Luke gun.The pulp and paper industry is
they put on the Secretary of Defense fort in the during 1962 _____u_ ______ _
last Sunday of the month) county
"THE MAN WHO SHOT is frightful Maybe we are I
overstocked, or the items they Myrtle Mikkelsen, ASCS County
LAST SUNDAY OF TilE Office Manager announces.
make are obsolete, it makes no
MONTH Edwin Dewitt Conner, John
LIBERTY VALANCE"JAMES difference, they want contractsand L.I I
and 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion Guynn, and Harry L. Vanzant:
more contracts, cost plus
STEWART JOHN WAYNE to hell with the taxpayer. 10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer were presented a certificate of !
and Sermon Service from the Florida ASC
IN TECHNICOLOR Without McNamara's strong
11:15 A.M. Church School State Commitee for their contri !
-- for
hand at the helm, competition
The above program will play at the Drive-N Sunday the defense dollar would result in 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young bution to the successful operation '!i
Conservation i
Churchmen of the
chaos, budgets would skyrocketand
Program in the county during i
large of these expendi-
a part
Sunday Monday tures would go down the drain BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 1962. j

STARTING AT 7:40IIPAPA'S with little relation to defense. 429 South 6th Street I In an effort to speed the carry- j -'
When" the three services got Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor ing out of needed conservationwork
DELICATE CONDITION"WITH through chewing their Pentagon Sunday Services: on individual farms and !I Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel
pencils and came up with budget! 10:00 A.M. Sunday School I ranches throughout the Nation, a : Will Bring Peak Perform- Now! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance.
JACKIE GLEASONIN figures they totalled $67 billion, 11:00 A.M. __ Morning Worshi" special effort was made by the j ance Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt Ac- You'll Drive More Safely!
TECHNICOLOR and that was after the militaryhad 6:30: p.m. .._._..._ B.T.U. U. S. Department of Agriculture : tor. lion of Your Brakes.
pared the budget to the bone. 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service : to encourage farmers and ranch- ---- .
STARTING AT 9:15 They absolutely had to have it 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship j ers to participate in the 1962 Ag- j'

ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S and really needed a lot more. Tuesday: 'ricultural Conservation Program. j COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARSHarreI1's
_... Visitation
I McNamara went over and over 7:00 p.m. I The ACP is administered by
"THE BIRDS" I the figures and when he finishedhe the Agricultural Stabilization and
cut the budget by $14 billions. I CHURCH OF CHRIST I Conservation County Committee
IN TECHNICOLOR You could hear the screams in South llth Street i and the local ASC 'Committeemen |
Timbuktu. Congressmen howled Kenneth L. Jones, Minister !receiving the awards played an STANDARDPHONE Auto Service"YOUR
The} Above Program Will Play and bellowed, they had to have i Sunday: Bible Study _.10.00 a.m. important part in encouraging

4t The Drive-In Saturday, June 22 this or that for their area, the Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. I i the county's farmers and ranch : RAMBLER. DEALER"
.. vested interests stormed and tore Evening Worship _? 7:00: p.m. i i ers to carry out needed soil, water, ,
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their hair, but McNamara stood Tuesday: Singing Practice __ 7:30(; woodland, and wildlife conserva- 261-4117 8TH AND JASMINE STREETS:
THE IMPROVED DRIVE-IN p.m. tion practices on their farms and j j
firm.America's, Defenses today are (Held at various members homes) ranches under the ACP Program I' ... (
With Miss Diane Lewis As Manager the best in the nation's history. Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible j -

OPEN I They will stay that way and improve Study _....._._....._ 7:30 p.m. ,' T
WILL SATURDAY, JUNE 22 I if we as independent citizens Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. CHASE &SANBORN .
back our Secretary of (Held at various members homes) J. .
Box Office Opens 7:30Show At 8 P.M. I up
ok' *
Defense and give him the supportand
-- -- encouragement he deserves in NORTH 14th STREET Coffee 59c

AT THE CONCESSIONClark his conscientious effort to pro BAPTIST CHURCH ,, lib 1 can

Burgers ......._.._._._...... .. ._.. ......._._.>........_.. 35c tect taxpayer.both the country and the 9:45 Rev.a.m.'Ran__Humphreys____ Sunday, Pastor School C LIMIT! ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
2 ft Oz. Pure Beef, Pickles, Chips 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship

Hot Dogs (Swift Premium) ?.... ., ..._. 20c I 7:00: p.m. B.T.U.
Now Is The Time To $ FOOD FAIR
8:00 __ Evening Worship
Coke (King Size) Crushed Ice 15c p.m.

Popcorn ....._......._. lOc Assorted Candy lOc Remodel or Repair 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week WednesdayCIIURCII Services '

.Dill Pickle _.,...._. .lOc Cigarettes 30c ok ok 4 Coffee 1 Ib can 49c
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Most Han Theatre Pictures Will Run The Night Before Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. e 4)) LIMIT ONE WITH[ $5.00 FOOD ORDER

Or Th> Night After At The Drive-N. SEE SCHEDULE Months REV L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor '
-b Phone 261-3S07 \ .
AnOV Picture Listed First Will Run First. To Pay 10:00 a.m.- Sunday School jq

Sound And Projection Greatly Improved 11:00 a.m. Morning Service TWIN PETDog
Fernandina Lumber 1 E. Friday Evening 7:30: p.m.I
ADMISSION: Children 6 to 13 25c 7:30 p.m._ -_ Evening Service
I All 14 or Over 60c & Supply
Prayer meeting Wednesday -
South 3rd St. Pbne 261-3641 Food 5c
7:30 p.m. i can
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Rev. E. A. Lewis, Faster I .
10:00 aim. ___ Sunday School Atlantic LIMIT SIX WITH FOOD ORDER
Make Washdays a Pleasure! .i y.. 11:00 a.m. Worship! Service j 604 Ave. J'J

6:30: p.m. C. A.Youth Services I
:) 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service I

No lint filter Q Thursday mid week service GIANT FOOD FAIR 46 01 can
to clean 7:30 p.m.


W. Keen, Pastor Fab Tide 58c
Washer! f aa 9:45: a.m. Sunday School or

I 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship FREMAR No 2V2 can
6:30 _____ Training Union

:30 Vednesday p.m.p.m p.m. _prayer Evening service Worship, 7:3(' I LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER Fruit Cocktail 9 3 For $1'


Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th
Sunday 7:30 ajn. TEA BAGS ] 9c
Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th I goo count Corn 8 For $1
3 New 12lb. capacity! */ Sundav ._ 11:30 a.m.
Rinses extra-clean.in fresh Rev, J. T. Dunnam Pastor I

l running water! Worship Services: 8:30 A.M. GIANT
11:00 A.M. i GOLD MEDAL Plain or Self Rising
} .( Spins clothes driest of all!

s t 3-Ring Agitator action cleans Sunday School 9:45 8:00 A.M.P.11.i Fyne Tex 48c Flour 39c

: Training Union _6:45 P.M.
1'; I clothes inside and out (
Prayer Service Wednesday I


I II I PRINCE OF PEACE Meat Specials Produce.
Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor
ALLOWANCE Phone 261-5634 .*'

..,. Sunday School ...............- 9:45 a. m.! CHUCK STEAK Lb. 49c JUMBO CANTALOUPES Each 29c
': Easy Terms I Worship Service ....... 11:00 a. m.


Rev A. Z. Knight, Pastor

t Ewa wr.wenu v. w WASHER I Morning I Sunday School Worship__9:45 11 a.m.ajn I FRYERS QUARTERS L!6;: 29c FRESH PEAS 3lbs. 29c

1 Training Union 7:00 p.m.
Evening Worship 8:00 p.m.I PIG FEET or t. .

Florida Public Utilities Co. I i Wed.Meeting Night Prayer 8 p.m. BEEF TRIPE 2 Ibs. 25C 1 LEMONS ooz.< 29c.. .

I Wednesday: .J .
745; ..-. ....,..... Prayer Meeting

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