Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
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System ID: UF00079912:00026
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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 (ernanoma Courier, me Island City FernaiM'na Onsener Fernandina Express. The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror The Nassau County Star. The News. The Fernandina Record
Fernandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader. The Outlook The Florida-Ceorgia News. The Fernandina News The Buccaneer. '

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daY, $," .or so the poem went. But I. -."' I 1 l I Meeting last night in regular

not so in this area of Florida. .. bimonthly session, the City Com-
The' month began unseasonably t Clarke Installed i i mission awarded bids for furnish Rotary Installs

bot with August-like tempera- < ti' ing materials necessary to irrigation -
tures in the mid-90's and unusual ..,., tI of the Fernandina Beach
\\j hot nights. And now comes I Wi.aLj I As New Prexy golf Course. Hugh Stone Jr.

thunder, lightning and record Ii i Successful bidders were Russell ,

rainfall for the waning days. Even t' I Of Lions Club Daniel Irrigation Co., of Gaines- As New President
waterspouts were spotted off. L =::: ville, who will furnish asbestos :

shore but they continued on a : rrit j The Lions Club held their an- pipe and fittings at a cost of $15-I i ii,; BY PAUL WARWICK

Southerly direction. Jim Beard nual Installation of Officers and 680, P.V.C. pipe and fittings at a

spotted the spouts Sunday after [ Ladies Night on Tuesday at Ten cost of $1,421 and valves and controllers !| Hugh Stone, Jr., l local businessman -
that the NEWEST ADDITION TO THE FERNANDINA BEACH tis, Alvin Hickox, Glenn Green, Jimmy Grates, City Fin- '. :'I
noon, noting first was at a cost of $6,860. took
FIRE DEPARTMENT is this sleek white Director Sanders Fire Chief Lofton I Acres, with Ben Clarke being inducted .1 :|' up leadership of the
about a mile offshore. The secondwas snow pumper. ance Clayton Hoyt Crane Supply Co., of Jacksonville 'Fernandina! Beach Rotary CJub
first spotted about 1% miles In background is the larger No. 1 fire truck which was and City Manager: David Gatchel. Not present for picture Following as president.a dinner, the Lions I': will furnish galvanized pipe ; yesterday as president, succeed- t

South of Bud Holt's fishing pier. added in I960. Left to right are Firemen Herbert Dougwas Fireman Bill Dopson. and fittings at a cost of $1.07-t,02. !I I ing Frank Hawks.

Here's hoping the weather is better i i i Wallace Equipment Co. will furnish ,j .
for the Fourth for our usual '' motor and :I : ,'.''.'''.' "
a pump, starter .. a'
large number of visitors to the I C. Lamar Perdue at a cost of 278388. "
Installation Sah i
beach. Legion day NightTheodore Total amount of the contracts 'ilJ"

4 I Passes I awarded is $27,81890, Negotia 1a,
| Sunday; i ; tions are underway with a separ-
The "Make Freedom
'ReallyRing" t.
H. Hernandez Post 541 I ate firm to make the installationof
movement which is sweep -..-,. of the American Legion will hold the
ing the nation for this Fourth of f73-- their annual Installation of Officers .' Funeral Tuesday r ;yS sysem.

will be here theWoman's :< t The expenditure is a part of
July promoted by at Ten Acres on Saturday i }. sn'rfi the issue that included the welcomes >: 'YJ,
Club and the Junior night beginning at 7 i I!, Funeral service for Clarence .
p.m. j
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3 station marina ball
city I '
Chamber of Cemmerce. At 1 I I :
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p.m. s ss Legionnaires, their wives and I Lamar Perdue, prominent localbusiness park lighting and beach improve ..
there will be '
simultaneously a .
invited guests will enjoy a dinner : man, was held Tuesday ment.
ringing of the bells in most citiesof and later in the evening there will '; in Memorial Methodist Church.
the nation. Here it has been arranged / \ : Two ordinances were passed,.one
be dancing; both round and square. I The Rev. Nelson P. Moyer, pastor
for the bells at the Metho regarding tax on cigarettes and
Commander Albert Hirth officiated the 11 o'clock
announced ;I at (
dist and Presbytetian Churches that officers to be installed service, with Masonic Rites con- 5 1 one regarding a service charge on
to ring. At the same time Jaycee ; ? garbage and trash collection. Both
are T. W. Tilman, Commander I ducted at graveside in Bosque
President John Tester will read are carried as legal advertisements -
Melvin F.
\ Dougherty, Bello Cemetery.
Iii in this issue.A .
the Declaration of Independenceover ; 54 a' S
i iw First Vice Commander; Carson A. Mr. Perdue passed away Syn-]
resolution author-
Radio Station IV-PAP, Of McKendree, Second Vice Com- i day morning in Humphreys Memorial -
course, as on all holidays, the Jay- y mander Lawrence B. Shank, Ad- Hospital. izing the borrowing of $11,200for
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tees will point up the patriotic jutant; J. C. Stalnaker, Finance | Born in Alamo, Ga. in 1913, he the purchase of the city's new
effort with the erection of Old Officer; Howard G. Wrench, Chap- :j I would have celebrated his 50th 750 gallon fire truck. The full
t f purchase price was $15,881.56 but
Glory at most of the lain; Kasley Thomas, Historian; birthday on July 4. He moved to
I'i the balance had already been in-I 1 I HU,1I.
houses in town. F. STONE, JK.
John T. Ferreira, Service Officer; Fernandina Beach in 1956 from
\ eluded in this year's budget.
Lloyd Uffelman, Sgt. at Arms; Kingsland, Ga. where he still
> Other
,: > BEN CLARKE I II I' J. E. (Gene) Weatherford was officers inducted atthe
Don't forget the Kiwanians' an. f \\ and Executive Committeemen, Leo owned and operated one of his i ''
}: &' I f I I named by the Commission to the weekly at Seaside Inn
nual fireworks display at City :May and Thomas A. Kaney. '!j I.I two public accounting firms. He i''!'and their guests enjoyed dancing Housing Authority. He succeeds were Ken Forehand. secretary,
Ball Park on the Fourth of July. _.. .. Installing officer will be Mrs. served as mayor of Kingsland for i, to the music of Maxie and His Rev. John Jones, Methodist min- and Emerson Fizer, treasurer
This outstanding contribution to1: Margueritte E. Norman, Fifth four years. {I Sharps, local dance band. I i
UAKGUEKITTE E. NORMAN UALl'II A. JOHNSON ister who has been transferred to for the 1WJ3-64 club
the-'old traditions of Independenceis District Commander of the Am- + He was a members of Memorial I (Continued On Page Two) I Venice, Florida. year are Charlie Peacock, Newt
well received by erican Legion.Commander. Methodist Church,, a memberof '
youngsters Roberts, John
The Commission authorized the Duffy and E. J.
and adults alike and represents 1 Battle Friday E Is DeadlineTo Norman is imme- the Acia Lodge 452 of Savan- Smith.
'Firemen purchase of three used air con-
a major effort by the diate Past Commander of Volusia nah, Ga., Morocco, Temple of I Wingtite ReviewsI
units for Hawks
Register Qualify use at the City popular'resident of the
Kiwanis. i Women's American Legion Post Jacksonville, and was president
i Flames Claiming For General Election i r No. 289 Daytona Beach, where she :J Ji of the Fernandina Beach Shrine I Recreation Center. The, units were community, leaves next month,to
offered for sale
Legislative Acts by ,an Atlanta assume new duties with Rayonn>
I Com '' ? ,of FernandinaBeachY'ul ;;
i served, two as Yost Club, treasurer
years ) 5
I, fur ,one, really appreciatethese Fernandina Bejtch.! voters 'are served 5 firm and were inspe"tt'q.bI. Citl .jt1.Incorporated! Wa htegt n stif..
Vice of Commerce
mander SM' !has as, Chamber
two fine efforts but I still Two Homes Here reminded that j>' j pjn. JNndayi Is : .. : Finance Director Ciytoa San< : Guests at the meeting
i Commander arid Child Welfare member of both state and were
i> For Kiwanis
like to remember the days when!, the deadline for registering to : ers and J. D. Daugherty ol the .Red Nelson P.. ,loyer,
of ,
; Chairman. She is the Director national societies of public accountants -: new -w.
the Fourth was a "real" holidayand vote in the City General Electionon Florida Public. Utilities Co ? or of Memorial Methodist
I Fire claimed another home and'' the All Girl Color Guard of Post and member of American r i Church,
seemed td have 16. The of horsesin
Independence July question riding
I" BY TOMMY HALL John Powell, Knoxville
Savannahand Tenn.,
289 of girls 12 to in
composed Legion
contents here today when the' posts
more meaning than it does today. .,! I This is also the deadline for of At she is Fernandina Beach. i Kiwanians had as their speakeron certain areas of the city again Rotarian, and Ray CaldwelL
'two-bedroom frame home of Mr. age. present ,
The days when community pica candidates to qualify for the of- : Monday night, Claude Wingate, came up and after considerable
Commander of the Yol- chairman of the City
apd Mrs. Louis N. Johnson, Sr. serving as He was
nics were commonplace, bands fice of City Commissioner in : Representative for Nassau Coun-I discussion was tabled for further
I played and marched, orators reel,! at O'Neal was completely de-! Group 2 and Group 3. usia Executive Committee, Am- Planning and Advisory Board and ty in the State Legislature. He study. Armed Man Robs
The Paul Hanson home erican Legion, composed of 12 was a candidate for commissionerin
called the great names: of WashIngton Candidates to date are Hilton was introduced by program chair-I' Disposition of the 1942 fire
Madison, Monroe, Jefferson -]I at 1725 Broome St. was consumed I I| L. Kitchens and E. J. Smith in (Continued on Page Five) the upcoming City General l man, Bert Maxwell. truck, rendered surplus by the

I Adams, Franklin and the like by fire on June 15 ,and was a : Group Two and E. J.. Johnson, Election.He purchase of the new tanker, was Driver Making
is survived by his widow, Wingate gave a resume of some
and politicians made hay while total loss, together with contents, '' Jr., and Herb White in Group Funeral Mass Held of the business 'I' discussed at length and also tabled
Rus- more important
W. Perdue two sons,
from the conflagraion which Mary ;
they course had we captive still say audiences.we 'celebrate Of startd from a gas hose. |.I Three. Here Wednesday For : sell G. and Kenneth L., both of which transpired in the 1963 session for number further of study.A offers. have been Delivery TuesdayRoy

( the Fourth and it's still a national alone Mrs.when Johnston the ,blaze 61, started who was this I:' Five Points GrocerySets Rev. Fr. Halligan I i j' Mr.Fernandina and Mrs.Beach Clarence; his F.parents Perdue, how, the giving increase statistics in the tax showing load I made for the truck but the discussion
but something vital seems I I dealt with whether it Brace, driver for the Sun-
/ holiday 1 1I met by the legislators and I
Grand brothers was
two ,
of Kingsland
burned about the ;
morning, was Funeral Mass for Rev. Father
to be missing and the nation is could still be utilized to advantagehere. ny-South Dist. Co., was robbed
the in-
both of explained why levies
the poorer for it. Let's call back arms and legs and her hair was I t Of G.E. AppliancesIn I Patrick J. Halligan, 63, was held ter G. and Felton Perdue, sisters creased. were Tuesday about 4 p.m. while making -

the old pride, the sense of faithin badly burned. She was admitted'i I at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St.Michael's Jacksonville; and two Commissioner E. J. Johnson. a delivery at Evan's: Rendezvous -
Memorial : a page advertisement in this Mrs. Ray Fiveash of Fernandina He pointed out that the increase
the nation and its destiny. to Humphreys Hospital Catholic Church. Inter-i Jr., suggested that the possibilitjof colored establishment at
issue Tollie Courson'at Five Five in cigarette tax was one which
and under sedation at time ( on
press :ment followed in Bosque Bello an auxiliary station at the intersection American Beach.
could not make statement. Points Grocery and Hardware, I I almost suggested itself as a means
so a i
Oemetery. ,
"Going home" to the Great Mrs. A. D. Melogy, the John- : announces the Grand Opening of : of adding additional revenue, and of Fletcher Avenue and Brace told Deputy Colvin Smith,
Northwest are the Frank Hawks son'a daughter who lives near her the new General Electric depart-j f Father Halligan, who was Woman's Club To at the same time tending to discourage (Continued On Page Two) investigating officer, that two

and 'Fcrnandina Beach will be the parents at O'Neal, said her mother ment. ( Priest for St. Michael's Parish smokers from paying the .vhite men, in what he thought

I poorer for their going. Frank is made the statement to her that The Grand Opening, set for from 1935 until 1952, died June increased price for their doom. Directors Of CC-UF was a 1963 Ford, pulled up behindhis

being promoted by Rayonier Incorporated she lit a match in the kitchen but June 27 through July 13, will fea- 120 in Jamez Springs, New Mexico. Sponsor "RingingOf I He was accompanied by Mrs. To Hear truck while he was inside Citing

and I'm sure it is well (Continued On Page Two) ture G. E. appliances and other Pallbearers were Tom O'Hagan, i (Continued On Page Two) Proposed merchandise for the delivery.ne .
I deserved but many here will lament outstanding bargains in the store. David O'Hagan, Louis Ferreira, Bells" July 4 Budget For 1964A of the men enetred the truck
Robert Ferreira, Willie Miller and and stuck fun in Brace's
a face
have I
I their departure. They ,
Door prizes will be given each Trail To Employ
News Leader Will
Thomas his
meeting of the demanding
I established themselves as vital Community money.
day of the grand opening and
and contributing factors toward I Close July 4th; To drawing for a handsome stereo I Mrs. Otis Arnold, president of Both Ferrys For Chest-United Fund board of directors Brace gave his billfold to.the
of this communityand I July 2 the General Federation of Woman's is set for Thursday, July 11, man who jumped from the truck
the betterment i Reception
will be held on the final day. See July 4th TrafficBoth
I Publish Clubs is urging all club-
Wednesday at 7:30 in the conferenceroom and sped in the
it is my firm belief and hope i ad on Page 9 for complete details. Methodist p.m. away waitingcardriven )
To Honor freedom ring on
to make
Wash. will be I I women of Container Corporation of by his companion.
Port Angeles,
that' The Fernandina Beach News I tails. Fourth of "As the bellsring" ferry vessels, the Black- '
thericher for: the associations and Leader will join other businesses Pastor And FamilyThe 'I the let it be symbol of the beard and the Buccaneer, will be America.The Herman Bowen local pilot, accompanied -
gained here. The lament a the St. River meeting is for a hearing on by Smith, assisted in
experiences in closing for July 4th, in ob I. Golf Association of l life which above all others in service on John's
for the Hawks, however, will servance of the holiday. Women's Society of Christian I way Crossing of the Buccaneer Trail, the recommendations of the Bud. the search by air from hit plane
lessen the welcome for To Meet TonightBob Service of Memorial Methoi has proved the most prosperous get and Admissions Committee. but no trace of the vehicle its
in no way The regular weekly edition will !'I''I'I I the most satisfactory and in on Thursday, July 4, and Sunday, or
hi* juccessor, John F. Hooper, I I I be published on Wednesday, July' Young, president, announced I dist Church will: honor the. new the most respectful of July 7. A standby basis will be Also reporting will be Ira Hall, xcupants was found. Brace was
(See pictures and story in this 3, affording management and I today that the Fernandina pastor, Rev. Nelson P. Meyer, and human particular dignity.All employed on July 5 and 6. campaign fund chairman, on pro- :jnable to furnish a tag number
I j family, at a reception in the Parish { gress to date. hat could be used by Sheriff
issue staff a long holiday weekend. Beach Men's Golf Association will I church bells, chimes and "A total of 296 standard auto-
I I It is requested that all news, : meet at 7:30 tonight at SeasideInn. ; Hall on Tuesday evening, carillon bells will ring for four mobiles can be handled each hour Any charitable organization foungblood's office.

At least they didn't raise the ads, pictures, etc. for the July -I. July 2, at 8 o'clock. I j minutes at 2 o'clock Thursday, when both ferrys are in service, wishing to participate in the CC- Smith was assisted in the investigation

tax on the Lucifers to light your i issue, be in the office early for I Ii Young emphasized that the entire A cordial invitation is extended"j I July 4th, in our city, in observ- and the holiday schedule should UF Fund Drive may contact Dr by Deputy Emory

more expensive fags. Get set for i this publication. Pictures MUST I I membership is urged to attend the pastors of the other churches i I ale of the "Bell Ringing" pro- be sufficient to handle the heavy W. D. Rodeffer, chairman of the A'alker. State Trooper Bb Hew-

the hike in cigarettes in the next be in no later than Monday, earl- i I and that prospective mem- of the city, and their congrega- clamation. This is being spon- traffic," Joe Scofield, Trail man- Budget and Admissions Commit ird assisted the deputies in the

I few days. Three cents will be the icr if possible. bers will be welcome. gations, to attend. I sored by the Woman's Club of ager, stated. tee. search Tuesday.

minimum rise in price and the Fernandina Beach.

i j machines try Guess Bull some Durham will of probably the and die-hards the go like to 35c.will for !' Two local Youths/ Named To Boys' State I, merce The Junior will and the have Chamber Kiwanis the flags of Club Com-displayed is- Rayonier Announces Change In PersonnelThe I

I a few days as a token of defiance. having its annual fireworks display -
Remember the Golden Grain Two high school boys from Fer I at the ball park at 7:30 p.m. appointment of John F. *

fcrand> of Hoover's depression nandina Beach have been chosen !i Let freedom ring on the Fourthof Hooper to be Assistant Resident

days. I never did get to where I l to attend the 1963 session of Florida July as a reminder of our Manager of the Fernandina division

could roll one that didn't resemblea Boys State, sponsored by the I j great heritage. of Rayonier Incorporatedhas p4.4 ,
wet noodle much less with the E. 4' ;4 ;
been announced by George F ; S *
Florida American Legion, Commander ;
celebrated one hand technique. Break-In At Elm Scofield, General Manager of Cel- ,
t There U one bright spot in the Albert Hirth of Theodore i lulose Manufacturing for the f i.77;

tax hike The city coffers will i'w I H. Hernandez; Post No. 54 here St. Rec. Center Company. Hooper has been Assistant lY I
i >;e enriched by about $30,000 an- 3a > .3v announced today. I Nets Thief $42.35A Manager of Rayonier'sport 1

nualll.i Named to participate in this an- Angeles, Washington milL *.. ;' i
i if if a nual workshop in the organization break-in at the colored recreation Hooper will replace Frank C. J/

II George Smathers, Florida's able a N and operation. of state government -I center last night netted : Hawks, who will be transferredto ;

, U. $. Senator, has been mentionedas I Stephen Lane Bec the burglar $42.35, all in small the Port Angeles division and i: _

a possibility for the Supreme u 1'H' : kett, son of are Mr. and Mrs. KennethL. : change with the exception of a I will head up the operating department ,._ yr
this ,4 p! ,
formally would be
bilLActording there.
Court single $5
Beckett, 130 North 9th Street ; : I
about the epitome of the hopes of to Police Chief J. P. :
and Thomas William Oliver 3rd : He joined Rayonier In 1941 at 4
any lawyer but just at the moment son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. I I Parker, entrance to the buildingwas the Olympic Research division in

I I see little for George to gainin Oliver, Jr., of Amelia City. I gained by breaking a window. Shelton, Washington. As a research 'J
stature by such a move. Few I: The robbery was discovered at 8 chemist he was active in >
Senators have had a better reception sY Beckett was born in Charleston, I a.m. this morning when Frank the development of the manufact-
,, in the nation's capital W. Viu, moving here in 1955. director
ouutand.1 Owens, opened the build :wing: process for the Company's
than has Smathers and he has He has established an : Jesup, Georgia milL In 1952 he

grown U a stature achieved by ing scholastic and athletic recordat Ii ing.Parker stated he was interrogating i was named as the Jesup mill' ,

few In his field. With the many Fernandina Beach High School a suspect when interviewed -] first Technical Superintendent and

recent controversial rulings by and has been named president of I this morning, but no arrest I later served as Pulp Mill nPer

(Continued on Fife Two) I Thomu William Other 3rd Stephen Lane Beckett (Continued Oa Page Two) had bees made. i (Continued on Page Five) JOHN F. HOOPER FRANK HAWKS .

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Page Two '?\. "Beach: : ;: 1S63.FERNANDINA I MARINA Resident's ,,''FatlierDies |betel, e' htme.;i 1tht.. 1 ui
LOG McKendree Relates'ReSVdluulioh .
j I Firemen ia"ftlf"
F started and were only abler escape -
/ r.;.i.a'u.3 : i I IL i ,i Jo .
._ In Ocala After with the clothes tney. .'were *
I BEACH .. Wtr.aemhl ,. t At r1gthy,1Uhess I I (Continued from fage One) wearing. .

''J T \ '.II I was unable to determine that The hose from the.gas truck
511 A OHEET: PHONES 3C86 I $687A Funeral for James. Denfcam, happed as she was knoclea: to broke loose from the nozzliil(.
I Iny
NotioirC inter BureGU Me b ST. of Wi'dwood!' father of G. 0. ,
: i -. I (trm the floor. gas was befog ptnnpcd into the
.i." John" : n. Perry Newspaper Ih Denham. of tnta'tit)", was held Walter Murray and Erbr turner HauOltank, spraying the .borne

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last Friday t 3 tLm. in Winter
,I. D with which caused the fire tt>.
\ The Nassau County Farm Bureau of Blae1 the gas
rock first
Itar .1. I were
Caldwell Editor and ManatrrNATIONAL : Garden Cemefery.ilr. .
an I ....." t riot for its regular member- to arrive *t the scene, having flash! through the home in a mat
Some PeoPlef nsi4.on'(" like cats.: --.a.-. ship nee:in? on Jane 14, at the Daahasi! passed away June heard -something.had happened ter of mfcwte Firemen worked: t in.

o /:'J.( a -- EDITORIAL On the otijerYttb} .cats just -.c; ---=-- Masonic Hall in Hill ard. 19 in an Ocaa'hospital! after a at "Lows'' The toe: department vain to save the engulfed home.

: I don't like s 4n}e'jpeqple' i A covered dish cupper was lengthy illness.In I received the alarm at 7:45 The service truck was also de-

: t3> DJ1f *122t!' : I Over the
o'il"o: conductor of ,thisoiotafl&n has seen : were as follows with past the business session with President! Is survived by six other children, arrival and could not.be saved. i The property losses incurred in
: '1' many things to both sides i name John Mrs. Lutha of Winter the deg
suptyrt of the beat the owners address Page presiding.The Kil'gore : Mrs. Johnson's exact condition two ires have not been ,
of the argument I still love cats : ; Garden, Mrs. Raymond Newnanof I term.ned. '
hIgh of the meetingwas : known
point was
ABC PAID CIRCULATIONPublishd the owner and length of boat not at Pless time.
and differ widely with those Lube, Maine, Mrs. Roy Mott
Iftf the of the Scholarship
J tyyy '6 Ju slay and entered at the Post Office who listed in that sequence: report of Haachuca Albert R. Dawling, driver! of
persons contend that the or- Awards Committee and the warding Arizona W. 0. Den-
Billie, Savannah Ga. Mike: ,
Fernandina Beach Florida as second class mail matter. d-iutry cat is a selfish, egoto'stic : Love, 14 feet.3tarlina of two scholarships instead of ram, Archer, J. H. Denham, Jr., .. the Jacksonville gas truck which Just Ramblin'I

animal with no other interests : I has been plannd. Lake Charles, La, and Vernon was servicing the Hanson homeat I
,. than his or her own. j Forest Valley, N. Y., Dunham, U. S. Air Force, Abilene, the time the fire started tljcre, ( From Page Qpe! )
Subscription Rates: Fred Hasting, 37 feet. Those wiring the scholarshipswere the .Supreme Court and the at.
Texas several grandchildren and was severely burned according
Our own male cat who for no'' ; to
Sea Middle IndM Miss Joyce .Goct1 'ead of '
Dusty, River, tendant los of presftfe it MtotiW
$4 a year $125 6 months $1.25 3 Months cne great-grandchild. reports. He was taken to Hum
good is called "Chuckie
reason of Hilliard ) I
G. Huersman, 45 feet. Yoke and Leo Mctntosh be my feeling that he could best
S450 a out of county i is a case in point. Chuckie is an 1 phreys. Memorial tfospital fw.
p year Jefflena Ft. Lauderdale, H. R. Both of these young people ; serve his party and the nation 'to
altered male. My sweet wife still' Quinn, 22 feet I plan l on entering F.S.U. at Nell Hewitt Cited to emergency treatment and moved i better advantage in other fields., :

: protests when I say the altration, I Helen B., Homerville, Ga., B. E. : Tallahassee in the fall. For Academic Work I he a is Jacksonville hospital where i .

: CALENDAR OF i LOCAL EVENTS ih dressmaking terms, took the : Kennedy 19 feet. The speaker for the evening, still confned. ii I

.. "hem" out of the rascal ; Timbo Ft. Lauderdale, W. H. Eddie ilcKend'ee, was presentedby At Florida State I, !Ir. and Mrs. Hanson and their i 1 Trade! At

COUNTY f COaiMISSION10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Mondaj, Before the alteration, however, : Kennerean 32 feet. program chairman, Gordon B. ,i I,1 _infant_daughter, Dorothy, Eliza- Home'k'J
'- ---- -
Neil Allan Hewitt has been I
'_ I and afterward, Chuckie has been Punky, Ormond Beach, Fla., P. Ellis licKendree explained in detail '
; Commission Chambers
consistently affectionate. Turn I F. Anderson, 28 feet. I and with charts, the reevaluation commended by Dean J. Paul Reynolds

CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. Citj I i your back for a moment and he I Cegery, Cherry Point, N. C., :' program that is presently of Florida State University, II' .
I i for his! excellent academic achievement
: Commission Chambers : Is' up in your arms, or on your W. 0. Poet event, 28 feet. being worked on by the Tax Asses f

I shoulders, purring like the very ,', Possum, Edgortown Mass., D. : sor's office 'and pleaded for the during the past trimes- I r 1h
H SPJTAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital Din I: devil and begging to be petted or i R. Centhoney, 40 feet. i understands and cooperation of ter.In I

i i ing Room .1 I caressed. He never seems to get ;! Lady 'B. Good, Ft. Lauderdale, the group in ,his attempt to carryout I I a letter to Neil Dean' Reynolds -I

SCHOOL BOARD 1st Wedneday after 2nd Monday 9:30 a.m.1 I'enough attention.But Joseph Sigona, 37 feet. I the plan.. A quesion and answer '. says, "t consider a 3.25 or OYAZPKII

Superintendent' Office I I that's not the funny part.I t I Mar Oue Lady, Jacksonville, A. I period folIovedthi, h was better average'a significant achievement I

:I i Here it is: I M. Overgoord, 24 feet. informative and interesting. particularly during ,the I

P-T-EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 3:30 p.m. Jr. I In Mt Kisco, N. Y., where the Leona, Aikens, S. C., E.' A. Williams Several new members were welcomed transition to trimester opera'/I,

: High Cafe tori urn aforementioned Chuckie lived I 27 feet. at this time. I want you to know that I am
I Port Mansfield Texas, I proud of I hope that will
most of his life, he was most Viking, ;o.u. you
-.'A.MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m..- Jr. High- Cafetorium I i I I sn'ckety: about his diet. lIe would per- :I E. B. Orr, 40 feet J.Hosts McIntosh for the and evening Mrs. were James T. : continue seriously your academic d but 65 Q00 000 of them '

KI W ANts CLUB Each Monday 6:45 p.m. Seaside Inn ,: eat one standard brand of cat II i I I of Hilliard. j efforts and encourage you to do
Guynn feel if wish !a : build dou1le track
'I food and so. Please free, you a '
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd 3:30 Hospital nothing else just as : Clarke installed ll Yulee ladies will hostesses
Tuesday : p.m. if the owners of the food were serve as I Ito discuss with, me any plans for ''
Dining Room for the next meeting. your future i shall be most happy railroad that spans our
: paying him: for testimonials. I
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JA'XCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge Come Fernandina! He not only I to talk with you. L nation, coast to coast
: Neil is the of Mr. and Mrs.
I' eats anything; he eats every- Clarke and other officers were r.I I Roberts Attends. son
LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 Seaside Inn I John Joyce and is married to the
p.m thing! installed by Fred Morrow, prprn;r.I I i Church Convention ,I
I former Miss Margie ,
inent Jacksonville Lion. Serving -
ItpTAUY; CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon! Seaside II considerably My own appetite since my has sweet improved wife with Clarke will be Carsop :SIc I: In Dallas, Texas Tilman.daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. T. W.
I ,
Kendree, first vice president;,I
I and I landed among the eight i

| PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commission flags but you got to watch Thomas Tilman, second vice president Presbyterian Newton Roberts Men's Convention attended the of Patronize' Our Advertisers (_ rrsruwONLY
'I that cat! ; George Lovesee, third .vice i i
Chambers president; Mik Fiala, secretary ; the Presbyterian Church U. S. on I
The other morning wandering ; June 21 22 and 23rd in Dallas, I .
\\InfAN'S: CLUB 1st WeJneilday'orl1an's Club Bldg. I around a local grocery, I spotted Bobby Adams, treasurer; Pur.,I Texas. I I
Decker Tail Twister Clayton.. ;
; ; {I
BOY' .SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday i! a Georgia cantaloupe. I grabbedit I Sanders, Lion Tamer. The convention was held in the "SEE ,C. B.'Pete' ,
because I knew the old Texas Dallas Memorial Auditorium with I .
Directors named ndy
>,.eaiide InnMERCHANT'S II I! variety! had a sort of medicinal: were 1'I

i I Anderson, Max Wesley and ,Ralph.: approximately 8,000 members in ; but many dollars, deposited I
taste couldn't take. I
'ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon -I i i took the we melon home.quite Rear. !I attendance. I INGRAM"FOR I q. regularly at this bank, can help ..
Seaside Inn Honored 25 Year Charter '"-t-
When I went in the front door, I Monarchs were John R. Hutchins,t'j I you build securfyvgrtd have pJ .'

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3d Monday( Luncheon 12:15 : I saw Chuckie gave me a sly look, Peter L Pappas and Walter J'\ USE FERNANDINA Real Estate the other good things you want, j !

: Seaside Inn I kind of sniffing. i I McCall\ ; 20 Year Monarch, W. .IL BEACH'S Money to better Life Insurance .-

The cat subsided, for the nonce. !; Melton; 15 Year Monarchs, Cecil} FERNANDINA-n EA cn .

BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m. 2nd Monday each month I, Then, later, all unknowing my I Brew ton, E. V. Garcia and Harry,, instead of Advertising'for Retirement Income r ,

GEN. DUNCAN L CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd .Monday I lovely wife cut the cantaloupe, Poole; 10 Year Monarchs, J. Clay- the State of Florida.. Health &, AccidentHospitalization
releasing all its grand odors to ton Sanders and Lopis D. Lowe.
each month 8 TV Room Recreation Center. Example (Florida 1\fa"in"
at :
p.m. I 'tFLCRD
,, the hundred attend-
universe at large. One percent Na.ti@uud B9MI
Welcome Station i 1 Major Medical
CHAPT. ROYAL ARCH !t The ance tabs went to George Love- I
NASSAU NO 49 MASONS 2nd and cat went crazy.
: 4th Thursdays 8 p.m Masonic Temple I Chuckie had three helpings be- see, 14 years; Clayton Sanders, with YOUR MONEY). ,Disability Monthly Income I ''C'JlIA'"I''hfl'9'' at F fuUnll Beach
fl ittl
fore he slowed down. 10 year: Mike Fiala 7 years; '
AMELIA LODGE NU 47 --- F. & A.M. '- 2nd. and 4th Tuesdays I'Il j My wife and I, cat lovers also Ralph Kear, 6 years; Carson } e- VOf S RIGHT! ; L L BOHANNON 1..1.ti ., ,

: 8 p.m. -r* Masonic Temple L once had a cat named Maria who. Kendree 4 years; John Tiliakos, ELECT I -"-. ., .
Mi" '* '
INSURANCE CM.U4. JU--VS.! k SV*AHa '()ji
PYTIII."X 'SISTt.hS'r.- loved 'l leltjjce more than ,anyjhmjfelse. 3 years; Max Wesley, Qous Deck r .
RNA TEMPLE : 4th "
F : 'DIVA 7, and 2 H E R'S''W HtT'E I Phone .
er and Ben Clarke, years 261-52G9 I o. --- O a4.i,1- .. .
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Mondays of month at 8 Masonic Temple -y .
: p.m. Recognition was also given -r
We'also interested in > t. : '
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are any ......
Andy Anderson and Jimmy Har- _..
CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. other quirks about cats but : - -----r----
yell for 100 attendance since .
Masonic Temple ; i i must admit, yet, that a cat named % l "
: I joining the club in October. ,
oncep presented us with a ,---- -'0.-

srEl1SQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M... .- Recreation Centet batch of kittens. I' 'When power counts your car's performance! This kind of confidence .
,.. .
i Lounge' ;:. i City BuysContinued :: . has made Standard/he South's favorite family! : : .
IHBIXCUS[. GARDEN CLUB = Srd Monday. of month I1t 0. pm.. Two Local,!! I II !.,-f_:. STANDARD STANDS OUT of gasolines for three e eration.Crown E&ra,\ .. ..y.'It ; .r h.-

( From Page One) crown, Economy Crown-all three offer long'running E, '. oI ..
\ GARDEN: CLUB 3rd )Monday of month at 8 P.tl.
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'- ( Sadler Road should! be considered .: highway driving, safety so 'often.depen.tls, on mileage, dependable performance, top \ :rt. 2

HOSE\ } CIRCLE ht Monday __.._._" ,], *,.f :,, 8 P.MOUNDEt1S the Student Council for 10G3-64.! i before disposition of the truck is : '7:: . $'ourcar'sswiftresponse..yourtlbilitytopass power at the price. So-stop at Standardfor.t"
Oliver is the of Mr. and
son I, made. I: .:: r quickly. ith a Standard gasoline in your tank, famous-quality gasolines and for wide. wake s
GARDES' LMAGNOLIA PJtr' Mrs. T. W. Jr. of Ameia! .
? ; CLUB 4th Friday. 3 Oliver, 1 Fire Chief Hojt Lofton said
City He was born in Brunswick that the need for an aux liary I you know the power's there when you need it. service to keep jour, car'running better Itytger. \ .n !...r

GARDEN. CLUB 4th Tuesday 8 Pit Ga.,. moving here in 1946. I station was recognized but that You 'can keep your mind x>n the road, not on. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) ; __w_ .

He also has established an enviable -j
i he did not se much a possibility in
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AZALEA. GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday --:77r.- 8 Pit : record in high school. Hewas the near future. He cited that a --

2iO'Lighthouse Circle president of the junior honor certain amount would have to be I .

society in his sophomore year and to the truck in first:
STITCII-.\-IuT CLUB l.t and 3id Monday. __........ _L_.. 7:30 P.M. was a member of the Florida All- I class spent condition.put
4 Star Marching' Band. He has been
-r o' i City Director of Public WorU !
elected! treasurer of the student Jim Beard said that he had checked -

i i Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results ; council for 1963-64 and will be on Commissioner L. L Boh .
business manaKe'r of the Annual non's suggestion! : that a rrosir.gon :

salt i Atlantic Avenue between the !
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The 1963 Florid Boys State : Recreation Center and 18th Street

1p will be l in Session! from July 7th., bs: explored for the use of chil-

to July 13th., at Tallahassee, '!'dren going to and from the Recreation i I

I Sinus/ Trouble Commander Hirth said. Center.

He pointed out that the Legion Beard said that he recommended II

*ill sponsbr 50 of these Boys a crossing at Atlantic and 9rr

Can Now Be Avoided States this summer, plus Boys Citrona and it was ordered by the I,I k'r 3t t ".

I 1 Nation consisting of two out- '' Commission that the state road j
deparment be requested for a j r r k. Iifl
Standing youths from each of the' )
e Sinus trouble i U prevalent i in this part of the country # .
very States the traffic count at that point. I 1r '
Boys who will study
: Some nf the symptom cf sinus trouble aft, frontal heidachfi, Final to Auchter Com- 9Ttrf11i
I pain about the orbits of the *jn and through the nose.. There operation of the federal government i pament i .
seems t to be a continuous drainage from the nose. The eyes are in much the same manner asl pany for the construction of the : "; ,
affected, and water. the Boys State: delegates participate -i Florida Marine Welcome Station I : t
in and city marina: was made in the ; ,9 .
training in state ; ';
The lack of ability of the body to adapt the tissues of the government 1
I amount of $1,027.50. The ffcute ,
: nose, throat and sinta es to the sudden weather changes: seem I I
tr: be the prr-dLspusing cause. This is due to the lark of control At the 1963 Florida: Boys State I had been held up pending ccirpljtion -I

S of thoM tissues: through the nervous &)'ittm. This: can be readil the Fernandina Beach youths will of some minor items in'thJ J h/lh 0I

> proven b) the condition. You may re:note the symptoms by participate! in the organzation: of : construction. .
: changing to a drier climate rr higher altitude; however this political parties campaigns, elections The Commission passed a resolution '

I docs not remove the cause and .hen yen return to the former and the enactment and enforcement eulogizing C I.lmar'rirJ:"i

: '. climate the symptoms manifest themselves again of their own laws with. due who died Sunday. (See reso'-

Chiropractic adjustments remove the cause of the irccj in a mythical 51st state. lution in this issue). w..if' *.",

I j ordinations very" rapidly and in a short time all symptoms will "Boys State is one of the finest '* 1* ; t y

disappear. youth-trainirg programs sponsored i \ Review P Q j i Y.

i L r. by The American Leg'on i Wingate $..ant!

Commander Hirth declared. "The 1 SYI
youths learn: not only the functions (Continued from Pace: Ooer olWingate

of government but also the
role that must who was also a 'guest1
a good citizen, playto
:..1b JP
at the meeting.
charge his citizenship re-
learn doing David Gatchel new City fkirl
oonsibilit7 They by I
I x 1 ; ager for Fernln d., d.J: N
how a good government depend .fr .d
I upon the active interest of evry who holds nine years perfect!JW-1 sr.f t' ?

II citizen." tendance as a Kiwanian wir; ; '

I On behalf of Theodore H. Her I troduced as a new member of
Fernandina Beach club. Wa1t iit-1
I d nandez Post No. 54, Commander
n y Smith new manager and .
: Hirth e xpre $appreciation to '*
: of Western Auto-Store '
; the folIo p' individuals and in I
S firm for Ifie irv contribution in : nandina, was a guest of Robert '

#>* 'ta making this program possible; P. Ferreira. Visiting Kiwanian It ,t t .
A. S. Allan Jr", W E. Barber were Dr. Ben Daniel of the Vld- .4Yi 1 'r 'Sd ,

Company, L':I* ';t&elannon, E. C. all. Georgia club, and Ray Smithof I it

Burgess, Cecil".B. Bmvton, Dixieland the St Cloud Kiwanis Club.

DIL C. it. CROCKER UK.) T. A. UN ENKingstand Storps; Jjrtm 'T. 'Ferreira C. Club President Bryan Rau- I f STANDARD y,
Flenniken The"Florida Nation chert reminded the members of .Y
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Chiropractic Clinic al Bank Foot a 'Il'ir: Hardee Bros. the upcoming Fireworks display )

I : Co., Land vi4 .Williams i Reed to be held in the Ball Park on I i Y

ff' wfifo P I- July 4th. Members were urged to j ,.' ,
: "A .ociated with Owen Chiropractic Le\\ellen. *>
Hz' R. Teterson. Jr., contact Jim Bush and volunteer i i
: Clinic of Jacksonville"Hours Standard Pappas, HanMUfc: Co., John Til- ; their service! for the firing line at j 1 r I Is

I : Mon., Wed., Fri. 9-12 2-6 iakos, Jack Woodward. ',!''the display. The club has patented

131 hind St.KINGSLAND, GEORGIA Phone 729-5G44() I Trade At Home I' the past this eight fireworks years on display!July! 4lk for H. F. STONE, JR., Agent rtriwndina Beach, Flu l I

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Predicts RESOLUTIONWHEREAS kt I 'News.Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida' Thurslay{ June 27, 1963 Page Threenew

college building in Pensa- CARD OF THANKS ..
15 1 Will PerishIn the Lord in his ola.( Higher education received Horrclls ReturnFrom

Infinite Wisdom has seen fit to 755 less than one-thfrd' 'of what it '"Holiday"In Mrs. Ellen Lee, mother of Mrs.

Traffic remove from our midst on June ,, : ii s sought in new buildings under Earl Keene, w.h'd underwent surgery I
Holiday 23, 1963 our beloved friend and SS the bond program which goes to Las Vegas at Humphreys Memorial

honored citizen, and 1Cw the voters in November. Pressurefor Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Harrell Hospital recently) : is now home
TALLAHASSEE The Flor ?undoubtedly will and doing fine and Mrs. Keene
WHEREAS, C. Lamar Perdue more money have returned from fourdayand
Ida Highway Patrol predicts that I has served with distinction the b>e as great or nearly so in 1965as three night "Dream a would like to thank Dr. Ben Die

15 persons will die in traffic City of Fernandina Beach as '. is was in the'1963 session. the new $18,000,000 Tropicana Holiday"at I!I kens, and all the nurses at the
crashes on the state's streets and member and chairman of the hospital for the. fine. care given
The expected massive glut of Hotel in Las Vegas. 1II | '
highways during the July 4th Planning Advisory Board and as Joungsters''on the labor marketin her mother.
r, Mr. and Mrs. Harrell left Miami *
holiday week-end. member and chairman of the x !: xr the next few years has alarm II by plane on June 19 for the i
The Patrol's prediction is for Board of Adjustments, and ed educators and business leaders Las
Vegas and
the period beginning 6 p.m. July ; F !}t1 rf: J : alike. Pressure foe vocational holiday returned {1
WHEREAS, C. Lamar Perduewas : by plane from Los Angeles. j VOTE RIGHT
3 and lasting through midnight 'V' (' : /,1' schools, provided for in the new
a most loyal citizen and serve ; Harrell
July 7. This year's prediction covers .t,; bond program but only in the won the all-expense trip
ant of this City always ;: : :
a 102 hour period 72 hours S, yet tA'SA r f : :. i planning stage, probably will be I j f r.two. by selling the greatest ELECTHERBWHITE
the best .
consideration to interests 1
longer than the 1962 holiday I j ,.. I I. .., acute. This is expected to be one i number of cars in his dealer classification
of the people of this City, and .. ... ;' :' during the recent three-
when two people died as a resultof .,:.. ..' : :: ti.:... : of the critical areas for youngsters month Rambler sales : I
traffic crashes. WHEREAS the City of Fer- ', : as it is considered by some contest
.y' .
; : .: ; ; :
: :
; :; ;> .: : sponsored by American Motor '
The 1963 prediction is somewhat nandina Beach has lost one of its : now. I j
beloved /! ,. \. y .. .: <'. .1 Sales Corp.American.
lower, however, than the resulting citizens. $.i V. .u.. .. Indications 'exist that forces i I
figures of 1961 when, in NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT -; ';: !.' ;,,: ,:*(' ; :" ': i.k < y,. .:.y.. ::...... ,;r < .: :" : which tugged at each other maybe Motors' executives City Commissioner II
a 102 hour period, 21 highway f1 fl'Pt''.. "" ;:. ,. Were hosts for the holiday.raw .
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RESOLVED BY THE CITY f. ,. \' ,..."w,.(......,'. .. x ,4rj ." ..,' more effective better or I
recorded. .
deaths were COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF J." t >> ,,* 't .. #. *., '. : ganizd next time. The disappointing 1 DO AWAY with the i
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4 of educationin
FERNANDINA BEACH, that we ; higher c
,. ', i materials GARBAGE TAX 1
faster shipped
"There's nothing on the record with sorrow the passing of ." ..' the 1963 legislature has apparently -

take-off than the bus you just this distinguished citizen from our t: : -** **'..... .. -: prompted some prominent -I by water. Finished products, on I 2-GET SEWERAGE & !I
missed." the other hand, would tend to be
midst and extend our heartfelt educators to consider a new '
sympathy to the bereaved family, INSTALLED AT LAST WEEK'S MEETING of the Fernandina Beach Women's Golf united front in presenting the diffused from the industrial site DRAINAGE to Fore -

and that we cause to be inscribed Association were new officers for the coming year, left to right, Mrs. Rudy York, case of the universities to the by various means of transportation I. s t Hills Egans

witholdfashioned upon the records of our proceed tournament chairman; Mrs. S. L. Tarlton, treasurer; Mrs. L. C. Shave, corresponding solons. .including rail, bus and air. Meadows and other
Why mess
ings on a page set aside for that secretary; Mrs. Tom Lannon, president; Mrs. H. \\. Fishier, vice president and Mrs. According to the McDonald report The canal could have unf orseen i sections in FERNA '. I

( paint? purpose our testimonial of his Ed Beach handicap chairman. Not present for picture was Mrs. P. R. Entzminger, 1965 will be too late to begin merit, said Roberts. Cattle now I II II I

high regard as a friend, a citizen, secretary In background is head golf pro Ed Mattson. providing for many young I are shipped_to the. midwest to be DINA BEACH.
Chairman of the Planning Advis- prospective students in time for fed corn before being slaughtered.
New DllPont ory Board and Chairman of the them to get 'a college educationin With barge transportation, corn I 3-Use FERNANDINA ,!

Board of Adjustments. Too Late To ClassifyBY A Florida. might be shipped to Florida to I BEACH'S money to I

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat These things, among many oth feed cattle before they are I better FERNAKDINA I
LUCITED a copy of this resolution ers, may make the laborious 1963 slaughtered here. t..
under the hand of the Mayor- RUSSELL KAY CAPITOLLETTER spending, taxing legislative sesSion Railroads in the midwest have I instead of advertisingfor .

Commissioner and the City Audi Florida has many splendid attractions situation over while he talks to seem 'in retrospect like a been neutral, Roberts said, to the I the State of Flor
tor and Clerk thereof be sent to of varied character and Hoss Cartwright and Chester. picnic. They also might set the waterway; development because of I ida.Example.
Wall Paint the members of his family. has another stage for an .even more acute the business it has brought them.
recently acquired You start dawn the main street ( : (Florida Marine
ADOPTED IN regular sessionof "Six Gun Territory", which vividly tqward the bank and arrive justin BY JERRY MOCK battle between those who wantto In some cases, however, the materials I
the Commission of the hold down spending and those would be in and Welcome Station
City portrays with amazing authenticity shipped
clean time to see a couple of bandits
js easy Fernandina Beach Florida who want to spend.'TALLAHASSEE out: built with i YOUR
City of the thrilling days of rush out with the money box and I TALLAHASSEE As explosive by barge.

*? and quiet I! : this the 26th. day of June, the old west, a story familiar to- then the shooting starts, the sheriff : and volatile as .the 1963 ses- ... ,As an example of the potential, MONEY).

1963. day to anyone who has watched and his deputy are on the job :.sion of the Florida Legislature The possi- Roberts said, a man recently discussed -
E. J. SMITH movies television from tod has been from the financial of for the the of eventually
4 and
ladle"Wall Paint is the modern or and by the time the gunsmoke : bility an appropriation possibility Beautify Develop -
way to paint. Eliminates stirring MAYORCOMMISSIONERATTEST dlers to greybearded gramps. has cleared three or four luckless i standpoint, indications' are it was proposed Florida Cross State t putting two or three brick fac- the Beach Area.
arfi1' inning, avoids dripping or : Six Gun Territory takes you individuals lay face down in the 'only a'' prelude of a really 'big Barge Canal may be delayed by tories on the canal when it is'.
DAVID M. GATCHEL : spending session, and possibly the impending, civil rights fightin completed. The man said Florida
spattering on furniture or clothes, from the present-day world of orbiting dust. A look-out stationed on top 5 Improve Downtown
leaves the room ready for use the City Auditor and Clerk. space craft, color televis of the bank building rises up to II taxing session too. the U. S. legislature.At soil contains an ideal brick ingredient Parking Situation.

some-thy. ion, and other comforts and thrillsof take a pot shot at the law but For instance, the 75-25 state- this writing, Gov. Farris and the factories could I
22 lovely decorator the 1960's to the rugged periodof the sheriffs' draw is quicker and I county contribution formula for Bryant is in Washington speak- be productive 'with the available II''

the early 1800's when the West you see the desperado plunge the 'minimum foundation program' ing for Florida waterway water transportation. VOTE RIGHT.
.colors, ready fop uiaNassau head the below. passed this session, will cost an projects Adams however has not limit I
/ was just being opened up. long to street in general. Money for the ,
M The attraction is located.on Your tour of the town takes estimated extra $60 million or so proposed canal reportedly may ed his pitch on the canal to its industrial .1 ELECT

TrooperSil.Ii Silver Springs Boulevard between you to such interesting places as in 19657. be included .in the president's bud potential. He said it also I HERB WHITE
Ocala and Silver Springs. An inviting the 'old meeting ,house, the one Ahd ,the proposed $80 millionor get, which would be the first would bring about recreational ,

i entrance with plenty of room school house, the newspaper so in new junior college and time for such, ,inclusion. improvements with the man-made
parking space leads to the term office, the blacksmith shop, Miss university buildings to be builtin ; lakes, fresh water reservoirs, and I
Opposition to the canal according
r.M inal station of the old Southernand Kitty's ice cream parlor and the the next two years will cost an to'sources.. in Tallahassee, has- aid in flood< Six Gun Railroad, where an Palace saloon where you can hear estimated '$60 million in 1965-7 ,
been the decrease
on althoughsome
engine of ancient vintage huffs the tin-pan piano beating out a to maintain and staff. railroads still it.
and puffs as it awaits passengers lively tune and the shrieking The above two items would oppose'
whose destination is' the famed laughter of the Can-Can girls as amount to $120 million extra Bill 'Roberts, aide to Tom installation I of Officers
town of Six Gun. It snakes into they move among the rough crowdat alone for the next regular'ses- Adams, Florida's secretary of
the typical old-time station a- the battered tables. An argu- sion. There has been little' to indicate state, attended< two meetings.of

round a huge man-made mountainto ment starts and before you know I other increases won't be the Mississippi Valley Assoc., I'' Theodore H. Hernandez Post 54 .
the delight of youngsters and whats happening guns begin toI I demanded. The public school teachers which includes states interestedin I II

oldsters alike, who are waiting blaze and customers dive under for instance, sought an aver the waterway development.Adams I of The American LegionAT
eagerly to board the coaches. the tables.A age $750 a year increase which is an official in the organ.

The journey to Six ,Gun is not visit to Six Gun Territory reportedly would .have' put Flor- ization.

long but it is mighty interesting ,is an experience you will long remember ida among the ,upper level of Roberts, who originally was TEN ACRES .
ONLflN.J :w----=- }vyG I for as your train rumbles along I If you want a day of ex I states in teachers pay, They got' lukewarm to the canal, said he
I over the narrow gage tracks' you I citing ,entertainment. pile the roughly $450, and 'undoubtedly I became enthusiastic about the idea SATURDAY JUNE 29 7 P.M.
74 WA INt pass: Alkali Flats where mute whole family in the car and drive pressure will mount for more upon talking to the midwesterners .! .;. -: _. ..
I evidence of lurking death can be I I to Silver: .Springs.' The kids will next time. 'and seeing"what waterwaysdid \

seen in the form of skeletons at love it and the whole family will. There will be one more university industrially for the Mississippi DINNER AND DANCE
the dried up water' hole an old 'I find it'amusing. You'll be glad you in operation by 1965 (Florida River area.Roberts '
deserted partially burned out'sod- did. Atlantic University) and a claim the railroad op 1.25 PER PERSON
busters cabin, a dilapidated fort, position to the canal is misplaced,

Building During rush hours, keep an abandoned mine, an Indian encampment Last. week end I attended the because it would tend to increase All Legionnaires Are Urged To Attend i

pace with the rest of traffic and further along ,a Spring convention of the Florida that were operating on a lOc, 25c, rather than take away from rail-
if you slow down the circled wagon train prepared for Public Relations Association at 50c and $1.00 basis.I road business. and Bring Their Wives and FriendsMATHER'S
& Supply Co. an attack. Industry would tend to build
rush hour flow, Grand Bahama. never was much of gambler
you may The locomotive whistle shrieksas
and I well along the waterway, he said, with
of fact
Our group assembled at the am aware the
ah accident. Take the old-time station
cause approach -
Ph. 261-3618 you
I 1129 S. 8th Six Gun. The Port of Palm Beach at noon that you can't beata slot machine R --
your pleasure spins at that serves I
town itself gives evidence of, a I I i Thursday and boarded the cruise but I got more than my money's
I DuPont Paints some other time. ship s/s Grand Bahama for the worth for the two bucks I lost as
) better day the ramshackle build
. ings surround the court house and four hour trip to the island. it kept me entertained for, nearlyan Outstanding Bedroom Buy of theYear.

I park. Awaiting your arrival are The ship, built in Denmark and hour.

townsfolks, cowboys, an Indianor rebuilt this year just for the While the Grand Bahamas are Friday and

PACKING CO."FLORIDA'S two, maybe a Can-Can girl I Caribbean service, offered every British, the principal: hotel ,The Saturday Only
, from the Palace saloon and, of I facility for a delightful luxury Grand Bahama is one of the Jack
I course, the busy station master ; cruise, completely airconditionedwith Tar chain and the atmosphere is '

I: FINEST SEAFOODS"CITY who leaves his clicking telegraph spacious, comfortable lounges less British than is the case at Modern 4 PC. Bedroom Suite1I'

DOCKS Pill 261-3137 key to greet the incoming train. I, sun deck, game room, dining Nassau or Jamaica. The hotel
Like most of the natives he wearsa rooms and bars offered us all the sprawls all over several acres
I Of The Week six and understand fun and entertainment we could with 350 rooms, excellent convene I .
Buy why when gun you note you some of the ask for. S tion facilities, International shops' 1 J.II.ttl d"ud for f.*..f M,Jlff *ff A won f oorf taste than nionoy..I i .

rough looking characters who are Luncheon was served on board the world's largest swimmingpool choler oJ bwtfrf ffcmta:
DouUi Dress Wfot Ham
SHRIMP 69c lb. lolling around the station plat- and it was an excellent meal. and many other advantages. I j o ITALIAN WALNUT
form. Billy the Kid, Black Bart, When we reached International Strictly a tourist hotel, it i is SEA aid SAND tat nJ Iwteu BeJ .. Only
perhaps a James boy or two and waters, the game room was open- designed to meet the needs of the I J CHERRY CORDOVAN $a.00 DownSJwp .

FRESH DAILY maybe Paladin, and chances are I ed and the gang had fun losing vacationer. Varied entertainment I .
Matt Dillon will be looking the their money to one-armed bandits is..offered,. ,island. .tours. either'l 1 : $ 9 95 ,M
- -.--- -- -- with a guide or drive it yourself' 9

car. Deep sea fishing, the finestin 1t, '

i the world with every varietyof ;, 1 Re .. .
game fish awaiting your chal ...... (o
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are available for charter or drive- .
it-yourself skiffs, scuba diving is i z I. .
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Suburban Propane by mailing a special order 'I I communities and a limited na-
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1;{ '* you in exchange for the empty one. In this i booming. You see new construction

SERVICE way you always have a reserve cylinder of I everywhere. Harbors are be
gas on hand. ing dredged to accomodate the

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Suburban Propane i is delivered to dollars are being spent on new 'L
Service Comes To You From A [hotel and motel accomodations.
storage on your premises by a regularly scheduled I IJ .
METERED I Subdivision after subdivision -..,. .
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Distribution i Plant Located InFernandina SERVICE registered on a meter, and you are billed] ac I selling at a frantic pace. While .

beach' cordingly. You: pay only for the gas you use : many are purchasing land for oed sew 7o4-f., r .
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after it. ) ,
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i i Page Four tyev8.Uader.Fernandna. Beach, Florida Thursday June, ; 27, 1983 I Miss JohnsfiH Weds Miss Mary Celeste Weity Becomes Bride .- sirs Cforlea L. KeHy of Liberty

Roger CoptiiikiIn S. C., returned home Monday
Joint Feted Methodist Of John G. Reynolds In Maryland Ceremony after a week1 visit v t J1er
Birthday Young Couple Gifls
parents, CoL and Mrs. E. V. Gar-
Party Honors By Parents Monday Fete Marsha Hanson Sylvester, Georgia Ceremony \m\ 16I Dr and Mrs Polton Welty of Mr. Reynolds graduated from I I fia .....,
Hagarstown, Maryland announce ; Fernandina Beach High School .
; 'Geiger Children 1 At Cookout SupperMr. At Shower ThursdayMiss I the marriage of their daughter, } and attended the University of I I Mr. and Mrs.. W. M. Bennett- ,

Mary Celeste, to John G. Rey-i South Florida. He was formerly and two sons, John and Bobby,
( Little Miss W '1d7 Geiger and and Mrs, A. H. Reynolds I Marsha Hanson was hon- I holds, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. I employed by Rayonier Inc. and ; from Jacksonville, wil he' the 1
Master Michael Geiger were the entertained at a supper and dance ored at a miscellaneous showerlast Reynolds of this city. I i is presently serving in the U. S. weekend guest of Mrs. J. J. G.
honorees at a joint birthday party I I I Monday evening honoring their I.I.I Thursday night in the social The wedding was solemnized Army, stationed at Frederick, I Cooper at her beach home.
given Saturday, June ,22, by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and hall of Memorial Methodist 1 June ? in the Methodist Church I
) Md. where he is in the Chemicaland Mr. and Mrs. W. W. llaukin
parents, Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceE. Mrs. Jackie Reynolds. The affair Church. in Rockville JJ<\L The Rev. Crow. : j II
Geiger, at their home on Clinch was held at Tenacres where guests During the early part of the I ell, pastor, officiated. I Biological Lab. j I and son, Rick, of Lancaster, Pa.,
Drive, Wendy celebrated her third enjoyed a charcoal-broiled steak !I are visitingrUh Mr. and Mrs.
The will make their
evening, popular!music was heard The bride graduated from Hood +: couple home I
birthday and Michael! his fifth supper, followed by dancing from a hi-fi, while fun games College Class of 19C3. in Frederick.. i Rudy York.
birthday, ,' ] throughout the evening.Mr. I I .
"" II' were played. ------- -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cooper
Several party, games were and Mrs. Reynolds, who I
I The table of gifts was movedto of Jacksonville were guests
played throughout the afternoon were married in Rockville, Md. on the center of the room, and all last weekend of his mother, Mrs.J. .
b:;..,the honorees And.!Jthe. invited June 2, are spending ten days looked on as Marsha opened the PERSONALS I II J. G. Cooper.
here with his : Iw3
guests. parents.
tilt ,1 j I many useful gifts. Marsha had e:
Party hats and bdlloons were Enjoying the affair with the lost all her personal belongingsin ....
given as favors.Refreshments. honored guests were !Ir. and a fire which destroyed the "',.fIr" t' I Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum and Mrs. Agatha' Stewart of Frost- : COOPER'S' I t

of cake, ice I Mrs. Roy Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Hanson home last week. y. Y., *'to: "/ daughter, Bonnie, have returned proof spent several days last: i
and served i Everett Howard, Mr. and Mrs. .y.. -rz .t' 'Y'''' '": from a 10-day visit with relativesin week with her $sister Mrs. Hel. ,
cream, punch were by Delicious punch and individual ''It'
the, hostess. Bill Dobros ;y, Roger Howard, cake served. 9': Denmark, S. C. They were accompanied -i ena Skipper, and nephew, Tommy. I LAUNDRY
1 )Ir. and Mrs. Jessie Mixon, Mr. squares were tr t\C. home by Mrs. C. L
Enjoying the occasion with the and Mrs. DeWayne Crisp, Mr. Among the guests presentwere G : .1 Kelley of Liberty, S. C., the former I Mrs. Kathleen Gentry was in I
honored guests were Joy Powell, and Mrs. Derrell Jones, Mr. and : Judy Parker, Mary Ann A4A' .: Miss Sandra Garcia. Jacksonville over the weekend to I II Coin Operated '
and Phyllis Cottle Keith Dickens, Sharon Moyer, Judy
Stanley attend the
Mrs. Leon Jones, Mr. and Mrs. I 3-day meeting of the
and Southwell and Sheffield, Sharon Gough, Ginny Visiting with and Mrs. W.
Dwight Fritz Bill Royal, Mr. and Mrs. Richard :, S. Mr. I Florida Institute of Laundering I
Wesley. Markham, Marcia Peacock, Susan .;: B. McGee are their soninlawand 1 I and Cleaning. Mrs. Doris Howard,
Masters, Mr. and Mrs. John L Representatives
Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Al .Mil Bailey, Sherrie Lang, Sue Selph, '> 4l daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J, E. I from the National Institute and I Manager
"Another miracle drug sorely ler. Judi Hitchcock, Rosalie Anderson, Smith, and daughter, Linda, of : national authorities on textiles :
needed is one that would make a Linda Little, Donna Bryce, Lucy I l 'r. Bessemer, Alabama, and their son I spoke at the conclave in the. '! 14th & Beec Sts..

person feel like going to work on CARD OF THANKS Dyal, Elaine Smith, Susan Crisp, : : S and his family, Mr. and Mrs. C. Roosevel Hotel. ]i ,
.Monday morning." Elton W. Judy Hahn, Margie Rauschert, I ri M. MeGee and Spadie, of Birm- --- :;
Matson, Kelster (Minn.) Courier. The Paul Hanson family: would Louise Rauschert, Diane Lewis,1 ingham, Alabama. i i3Das
like to take this means to express -I Gail Vann, Susan Butler, LaVerne
our gratitude to the peopleof Mock, Mary Cleland, Kathy Ry- 4 ., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Odom have

..DO.A WAY withGARIIAGE Fernandina Beach for the many' lant, Sandra Brooks, Ellen Babb, __ I as their guests, her brother, Warren Sal/ 3 Days\;
TAX acts of kindness shown us since II Ann Farr, Lyn Wilson and Bren- I Leininger, his daughter,
our home was burned on June I da Beard. Carol, and son, Mike, of Paines-
VOTE RIGHT .vine, Ohio. They will visit pointsof .. .: .
15th.We interest in Florida ;while .
ELECT are indeed most grateful to on .,
i each of you and are overwhelmed Mrs. Odom HostessTo their trip South. Mr. Leininger isa DIXIELAND 5&10 r
HERB WHITE nephew of Mrs. S. W. Sayler,
by your generosity and concern. June MeetingSt.
Sr. ,. ,. .
Paul E. Hanson and .
family Gerards Group r"'ft'1f''h: '-< '. .P,''' /4tf -eR
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Wedding vows were spoken Out-of-town, Guests ; I
Cottle and
fir and Mrs Ben
Sunday, June 16 in the First R v '
I Members of St Gerard's Chap- Among the out-of-town guests daughter, Debbie, and mother, I
ter of the Episcopal Church Wo- Baptist Church of Sylvester, were Mr. and Mrs. Bechman of Mrs. Eva Morgan, of Sylacauga
men met this month at the homeof Georgia by Miss Alice Kay John- Summerton, South Carolina, Mrs. Alabama, spent last week end 1 id iyy I)
Mrs. Oscar Odom. ston, daughter of the late Dr. and Frances Bishop, Folly Beach, with Mrs. George Peace. I '
I NOW After the business meeting a Mrs. Joe L Johnston of Syhfs- South Carolina; Mrs. Billy Slaughter '
skit was presented by several )I ter, and Roger Malcolm Copeland{ r Mr. and Mrs. Chester Leathers Mrs. Lucile Harger and Miss
FOR AS LITTLE AS YOU CAN members, under the direction of son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert lH. t Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Alys Peace returned to New Orleans I 'S j
Mrs. Louis Lowe. Mrs. Ernest Copeland of Athens, Georgia.!: Hale, Ronni and Mike, Mr. and La. after spending three :

I Davis and daughter, Dianne, were The bride was given in marriage Mrs. Red Simmons,. Danielsville; weeks with their mother, Mrs .;
I $ 5 thanked for making the approp- by Hugh F. Stone Jr. -'of Dr. and Mrs. Bob Payne, Augusta George Peace. I ; II I
1499 Fernandina Beach. She ;? a Mrs. L W. Ward Cairo Mrs.
riate masks used in the skit. wore: ; ', ; Dr. and Mrs. Bailey Dickens .
traditional wedding of white; L W. Ward, Cairo Mrs. Curry .
St. Gerard's will not meet in gown ; children Jan Jack -
four t.
and ,
silk over satin, featuring Powell, Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. :
July and August and regular ; Charles, and Caroline, were in At- .t f/
front and back pleated panels lof I Jimmy Stevens, Yulee Mr. and
will in ;
No down meetings -esume lantic City last week for an Am- ,'I,
( money ) Chantilly lace extending int"chapel a Mrs. L. L. Woltrs, W. M. Brooks, : \ I' : 11''.
erican Medical Association Con .. .
Mrs. AnJohn Allan was a guestat train. The lace bodice was Mrs. R. B. Lockwood, Fernandina I \ .w \ :
the' meeting designed with long sleeves, a high Beach; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. SappJr. vention, "I [.: ..'..> ,,,... ".. <'"';. ...'".... '.' '::,.".l','.. f I B I
Mrs. James Lynn assisted Mrs. neckline bordered in sequins and ., Miss Jan Sapp, Albany; Mr. J. K. Freeman and Thomas G. 8 i ) t I.
AIR CONDITIONERI Odom with refreshments. seed pearls, and tiny covered but and Mrs. Charley Johnson, Mr. Hall, Jr., have enrolled at Jack .ca ,,+1t. ,:;,t" ;- ..' "
: tons to the waistline. The bride and Mrs. George Johnston, Sas- sonville University for the sum- t -:: :- .)...t.. : ', 1 ; .:
Miss Deborah Dunn wore pearls given to her by the ser; Mrs. L W. Ward, Cairo, and mer session. They were both recently :
bridegroom and carried a bou Mrs. Curry Powell, Tallahassee. graduated from Fernandina 1

I I',--- -=--.:--:- Weds Jay KrobalskiIn I quet of white cymbidium orchids. Rehearsal DinnerA Beach High School with the BIG 16x20 PORTRAIT e

The church decorations were rehearsal dinner was given Class of '63 of which J. K. was
June 14 CeremonyMiss
backed with palms and greenery, Saturday night at James Rivers president and Tommy was vice- I I '

i Debcrah Dunn, daughterof and featured arrangements on columns Restaurant by Mr. and Mrs. Al- president. They are roommates at
: rud Dr. and Mrs. Winlock Dunn of and in wedding urns of bert H. Copeland, Athens, parentsof JU, having registered last Friday.

I Jacksonville, formerly of this i white glads, stock, chrysanthemums the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hoover ODIt4fI92OO'
Boston ferns and Scheffaleras. -
city, exchanged wedding vows Five 15-branch candelabra I Tables ,for 45 guests were set have returned to their home in
with Jay Bernard Krobalski of up on the patio surrounding the Tenn. after
: \ : f '.: : 1 : ., Mandarin, on June 14 at the,Lakewood -: holding white tapers and a white ), pool and small arrangements of a week here with her parents,
r, _. ., -. -' .. Presbyterian Church i iJac in satin-covered prayer bench also yellow and white chrysanthemums, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hutchins.I Flu T51NuiltUrFWripplagClarrs: t
sonvilIe. Rev. Charles Benz, were used. j interspersed with ribbon bows, I Photographer Will Be At
-- Cavafier Room Y/tathtrmal pastor, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Allen P. Whitfield of decorated the tables. A three- Charlie Pappas, his daughter, I

I .> Mr. Krobalski is ,the son of Salina, Kansas, attended her sis course dinner was served. Mrs. Mary Canelede, and grand
( cooling at an Air direction as you like it ter maid of honor. Bridesmaidswere bride her attendants all ofVest
I Mrs. Joseph Krobalski of Savan- as The gave daughter, Dessie, : DIXIELAND I I 5&10 .. ,
I : economy price I Low, low sound level nah, Ga. and the late Dr. Krobal- Miss Sandra Copeland of I short white gloves to be worn in Palm Beach, spent last weekend I .
1 Full 9600 BTU power- Two-speed fan Athens, sister of the bridegroom; the wedding and the bridegroomgave with the former's brother, P. L. IMmamenform's
\\ : enough to air condition Temperaturethermostatically ski.Given in marriage by her father Miss Alma Grubbs and Miss Jill I his attendants fitted leather Pappas: at his home at 200G JULY 1-2-3

up to 690 sq. ft. controlled the bride chose as her attend- Cochran, Sylvester, and Mrs. traveling kits. Beech St. Monday Tuesday Wednesday
M ants, Mrs Pauline Leonard of Bruce Jones, sister of the bride. Luncheon
14 slim from front to back Weather-Armor casing
Mrs. Dale Dees spent last: week. NO AGE LIMIT I
Chicago, 111. matron of honor; Gayle Whitfield, the bride's niece, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Betchman enter- II'
r : I end in Camp Gordon, Ga. with
flower and Ricky Jones
Vic- girl
Miss Judy Setley and Miss was .
-TIB. Reese & Co. bridesmaids and Miss I was ring bearer. Organist was J. tained Sunday at noon with a her husband who is stationed : --
toria Gaon --
Plumbing -- -
'f :: F Heating ; and soloist Miss luncheon honoring the bride- there. The occasion was their -------- -
p .. Kathy Huss of Beardstown, 111., W. Bagwell was groom's attendants. The luncheonwas .
Martha Jo Reese of Cordele. The first anniversary.Mr.
junior: bridesmaid. I given at James Rivers Res-
E "We Service We Sell"
Everything Arthur Sweet served as best I program of wedding music included taurant. and Mrs. James Copleyand .

1101 SO. 8th STREET PHONE 261-4892 man and ushers were Tom Holt "Through the Years" and"The I i Other Parties daughters, and her three sons,

\ and Charles Brown, and as junior Wedding Prayer." I Miss Johnston was inspirationfor of Detroit, Michigan, were house

i groomsman, Bill Turner. The bride's attendants were a number of parties in Sylvester guests of Mrs. Copley's sister,
-----1 The bride chose for her wedging dressed identically in seafoam '
before the wedding. Mrs. Helena Skipper, for several
I I i a floor )jlength sheath dress green sheaths of taffeta with bell- Mrs. T. B. Sutton Mrs. H. L I days rcently. Mr. Copley was
: I of pearl-embroidered ivory peau shaped organza overskirts. Side Simpson and Mrs. Brown Wilder
lion Theatre de sole, styled with a scooped I bows at the waistline accented I II were hostesses at a Cola party enthusiastic about the new Ma-
neckline and circular chapel train. I the design of the dresses, and the i. for Miss Johnston recently at the rine Welcome Station, as, for a ic.h

-.. Phone 261-4819 C. E. Beach, !Mjjr. | Her fingertip veil a.of, ivory I attendants wore matching green I, Sutton home. Mrs. Brown Wilder number of years he has driven,
illusion and lace re-embroidered shoes and of the
headpieces same led the' group in some enjoyable : cars from Michigan to Miami and
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 | with pearl She carried a cascade -I material, forming a flat bow with % games appropriate for the occas other resort cities while the owners k

\ ;:; NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 bouquet of .orchids, and My- short circular veils. They ,carried : ion. Another party was given by i SALE t
South 1 yacht or plane.
j \, .ONE COMPLETE SHOW of-the-valley. nosegays of white rosebuds and i[ Mrs. Reid fMu1Gs find; 31rs. '+Wendell came, % '
I The matron of .hpnor wore a chrysanthemums. The flower girl I Giddens at-the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louise Reese
I sheath dress of emerald green was dressed like the other attend I George Riner.' Several games last ,
several days in Miami
: Friday & Saturday chiffon and a circular hat with were played and Miss Johnston spent
ants.Albert I week. They made the trip to en-
STARTING AT 2:40 MATINEES 7:10 NIGHTS I nose-length veil. She carried a H. Copeland was his received a number of useful gifts. N
nosegay of yellow daisies and son's best man. Usher-groomsmen 1 t The hostess presented the honoree ter their son, Steve, j in summer

:: "Burn Witch Burn" rosebuds.The were Billy Slaughter and Glen'r with a corsage. school and camp at Miami Military famous
other attendants wore id- Dillard, Athens; Billy and Hugh I I Academy, and enjoy pointsof r

I : WITH JANET BLAIR entically made dresses in muted Betchman of Summerton, South I interest in South Florida. t SWEET MVSICI
= leaf green, light green and pastel Carolina, and Harry Bishop of I 1 1943 GraduatesHold y.
: 0 green. Their bouquets were the Folly Beach, South Carolina. II
: STARTING AT 4:10 AND 9:10 same as the honor attendant. Mrs. Hugh F. Stone Jr., motherof BRA
Mr. and Mrs. Krobalski will the bride, wore a sleeveless im I Reunion Pythian Sisters

"Gunfight At 0. K, Corral"BURT make their home at 11910 Hood ported silk print sheath designedwith Set Rummage Sale
> Landing Road, Mandarin. :
draped bodice and bow. at Surf Restaurant i ; tG
LANCASTER KIRK DOUGLAS the waistline. She wore a starched Friday, Saturday
I' : Shower For Hanson chiffon hat in pale turquoise nd 9X AY. !< aa
IN TECHNICOLOR I BY CURT GORDON Fernandina Temple 7, Pythian .,
white orchid. The mother o&the
Family Held MondayAt Sisters will hold a rummage saleat a r'r'
: bridegroom wore a soft pink linen I! The graduating classes of 1943
Building, located
W.S.C.S. MeetingA sheath, veiled hat and pU of Fernandina Beach High School 'I I Friday
: at 702 Atlantic Avenue, on
THE DRIVE-N SUNDAY throated orchid le-1 !
corsage. | and St. Joseph's Academy held and Saturday, June 28th and
t J shower for the Paul Hanson A reception followed the Ceremony their 20-year reunion last Saturday -I 29th.
: & family, whose home was lost by and lovely arrangements of night at the Surf Restaurant
\ Sunday Monday fire recently, was held during the white flowers and candles were Members present at the reunionwere THE MODERN ATLETE ,
\ : .. STARTING 2:10 MATINEE 7:40 NIGHTS"Who's regular meeting of the W.S.C.S. used. & I Betty Waas Davis, Hydie 1 ,
! of Memorial Methodist Church Assisting in serving and entertaining Peterson, Marguerite Haddock The polf buggy is my chariot.I ci&: ; 4s::
: Got The Action? last Monday at 10 o'clock in Par- were Mrs. W. E. Crumbs, i Franklin George Gerbing, Claire I I shall not walk. 1 fl4O; wrar _
II ish Hall. Mrs. Z. 0. Marhall of Sasser IMrs. I Wilkes Middleton, .Jr., David .Hk-i!I It jiggleth me o'er the divots.
I : LANA TURNER DEAN MARTIN Mrs. J. F. Michael was in Eunice Carter and Mrs. G; C. :'key Jimmy Stewart, Malcolm I 1: It leadeth me beside the brush- a'a .
charge of the worship Sapp Jr, Albany Miss Marilyn Claude Haddock Elizabeth \
IN TECHNICOLOR program ; Pierce, 1 heaps
!1 : uTh Work of The National Coun- Sawyer, Miss Judy Dupriest, Miss I i Butler Gordon, Sam Merrow,r: Where my ball hath disappeared. 7 f '!uiI1 t jt

o cil of Churches. She was assisted Jacque Cochran, Miss Sue Monk i ,' Fred Davis, Mary Bassetta Stress, It causetb my teeth to clatter !
; = AT 4:15s MATINEE 9:15 NIGHTS( by Mrs. E. E. Jones and Miss Miss Ann Jeffords and Miss Jan Thelma Cone Green, Anna Tilia-:t. wife music.
I Lucy Drat Mrs. Michael closed Sapp. IOn : :. kos Deonas, and Naomi Jones I wakfitb me to sit comfortablyWhile 1. .

i "It Happened At The World's Fak"EI.C1S with reading, "'he purpose' of the I the bride's table athreebranch ]:','i Pell. I II I Ii I taking my exercise.It \ ;
I candelabrum held an'I
W.S.C.S. Guests for the evening were restoreth my dignity ,
: PRESLEY JOAN O'BRIEN Mrs. B. F.. Dickens, president,I epergnette arrangement of white j 1 I I i husbands end wives of the class In the presence of mine adver-
I IN TECHNICOLOR presided over*
session with by santhemums. Swags of smllax'' Mrs. It of shanks t
opened prayer Bennett Bennett was a t soothes the pain my If
I Mrs. L. K. N9tasy A Circle Mem were caught with white grapes. teacher for most of the class I and dices. : r SPOIT SIITCNID f II
SATURDAY AT THE DRIVEN ber's Prayer for A New Year." : The bride was graduated from I I members. 't Though my feet be ,as flat as pan A CUPS F01e

jt was announced} Vacation' Sylvester High School and attended Naomi Jones Pell was the class cakes, 1 I
: "The Interns"WITH Bible School would .be held beginning Valdosta State College.!I member traveling the farthest f i I shall fear no corns or blisters;

, July 8 and continuing She was graduated in June from distance to attend the affair, coming II i For thou art with me I
: CUFF ROBERTSON through July 12. the University: of Georgia where I I from Omaha: Nebraska. Th7 cushions and thy sunshade, J

: (Who Plays President Kennedy In Members, were dismissed with she was a member of Alpha II' I' they comfort me. ..
;f"M'; Boat 109") the benediction. i6' meet again in Delta Pi. I "His thoughts were slow, his And, e'en though I know

I :_ -Also- July tt }lr. Copeland was graduatedfrom I I words were few and never formed That my posterior resemble an A. S. Allan's
:.t Athens High School and to glisten; but he was a joy to elephant In retreat, i

l "You can tell the caliber of a completed his education at Presbyterian all his friends you should bave I am determined to amuse myselfIn .
"Three Stooges In Orbit"L wan by' the 'jvj>$ fhoots off his College, Clinton, South heard him listen." Gerald K. some way; ; : .

mouth." M.:",; lilonaghan, van Carolina Mr. Copeland is a mem Young, BlaVesborg (la.) Excel And I cannot watch T V fomer. Atlantic Avenue :

{ L I (la.) Observe.del ber of Kappa Alpha fraternity. sior. Herbert Luke r

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--- ', Ceitsour Pennsylvania! t Ihank Ne Leader "
-r 'a- Fernandinu Beach Florida
June 27
Thursday Fag 'i1\a
LOhd Retires t Legion installationContinued God, brother and myself escaped
unhurt through all the fighting
; t$ which was the hardest I ever schooner 'Ai ") and a small sloop I July 13 According to a Con the devil take the hind nbSto If
( From Page One) My is both' loaded with cotton. There federate report, early this morning the people refuse to take \the'Tie-
1 From Trail Company nearly all
May American Legion Post in Volusia gone. Brew;aboard I
was no either ship three '
Our regiment numbers 54 officers!' I launches appeared in 'I cessary steps to enable tibem'tdsaid
County. ti + :- and men, and brigade only 140'. and they were captured then bjr the St. Mark's River opposite old ,I'the reguWlfdrces in the 'state to
Position Here i Mrs. Norman spent three and men. I'll give you & list of the i I means of poleing, towing, and I Port Leon and were hailed fey I I repel invasion and defend ,their
III one half- years in the United killed and wounded of com 1 i i sailing, the Federal vessels and I II picket from Captains Scott and ,'homes and families from destruction -
I States Army, She served with my I the two prizes arrived back at I Griffin's companies. They claimed i I. and the 'Lbrd
Joe Scofield, manager of the [ the Special Services and USO pany. All Captains of the Fifth I' Punta Gorda '_ ...
at dark. .
At daylight, I 1 "
they were fishermen, but refusedto have on them. .
Buccaneer Trail, announces the : Personnel Grant Illinois } Florida except Bryan and one i mercy
: at Camp d r ____ other July 9, they were under way come in and report, so the | The reports coming into Florida
were either k.lled wounded
early retirement of Louis Londe : e or -. I
and later served 19 months in
and arrived back
again at 2 that II ''
of the Fernandina Beach office. the South Pacific area with the : ... I, on July 2. He lists 6 killed and I'' afternoon.t Southern pickets opened fire on :''according' state papers, 'oi \he
I [twenty-six wounded from his them. The fire was returned and 'battle fought a few days ago at
< His retirement was effective as U. S. Corps of Engineers.She July 11 ,;The U. S. schooner I after a few minutes! the "fisher- 'I Gettysburg,
I of May 1. Scofield stated that is member of the Na Cbmpany. Some of the wounded I' -t : PtnnsllvmiaJ' are
I a Annie today the whaleboat men" withdrew. The Confederates iso (
both the Trail management and. tional WAG Vet Association and x were taken prisoner. .taptured i {I I "quite cheering. It teRoliedthat
Alice out of Havana bound report that one of their men some fifteen or twenty thou.
the Tallahassee Revenue Division I July 10 The commander of
past president of the New Orleans .L .f Y .X. I I for Tampa. In describing incident struck ball but sand of killed
i 1 the was bj a spent : the enemy were ,
had accepted his retirement decision 4x the U. S. bark Restless at Charlotte
No. 25. While President
Chapter 1: the commander of the An- it inflicted no serious damage. I wounded or. misting, and that the
with regret. she made the first U. N. flag now iI l Harbor makes the following !
I nie reports: "Upon my reaching Federal casualties are not known, I army of 'tHe late General HoOker,
Londe has been with the Trail report on the expedition Peace !
on display at the International up "
a ,yk '!I the Northwest Channel lighthouse, but presumed "to be serious. "The finest army on the phtwwas
since 1953 first Toll Collector Creek I July 6-9. Learning from
Trade Mart in New Orleans.
: I was boarded by the keeper who 1 litrally* shorn of its officers.
The the
July editor of
I I two refugees that !I -
I, then promoted to Toll Ser She is a member of the Halifax two vessels
reported a suspicious boat with in number hating
I Florida Sentinel some eighty
that if
geant on July 1, 1951, and to Business and Professional Wo loaded with cotton were off Cape warns .
gr' six men in her, having been seen there Is not a stepped I been killed or wounded. .
cashier in 1958. men's Club. She is employed as a i I' Haze attempting to run out, an up programof
in behind
and he
I Key, volunteering in Florida this According to l letter published
D; C. Robison, who joined the Secretary in the Better Business expedition: was sent up Peace feared
staff In May, 1957, has been pro. Division of the Daytona Beach I( Creek to Punta Gorda where it an attack on the light- State will likely face grave: con- I today in the Tallahassee paper,
house after dark. I anchored and
moted to Toll Collector III with I Chamber of Commerce where she a v j anchored. On July 7, the Rosalie sequences. "We can't force the the public meeting held July 4,

the fating of Toll Captain and has worked for several years. .-NMllE.1N( .y-- .._ --_. ._,.- tender for the Restless, was \ sent my boat, and also the _keeper's people- to organize," ''according to I did not have satisfactory malts. ,
; of Cash. I found about five miles fully manned and armed, and i the editor '"we have endeavoredto I "Two papers were presented
the responsibilities the for address MARTIN the
Also on program an AND LAMA TURNER'in a scene from"Who's up found the above-mentioned boat. "
ier. His present promotion, to the A. Johnson Department i creek where she had grounded I i persuade them to do so, and If for signature, according this
is Ralph The '
Got Action One of the bijf double feature
highest position next to facility ; Adjutant and Finance I I When the tide came in she was July 12 The official military our appeals are to go unheeded, : report, "the one for cavafir'ythe -
manager, was recommended by attractions playing Sunday. and. Monday. the Han able to proceed again and the two report on the fighting near Jackson we can't help it. But one thing is ;( other for infantry service -
Officer. Theatre. Vessels moved 'I Mississippi cites "a party of certain, if the enemy comes, as the former receiving 17 .t tjie. tatter -
and accredited S.
Joe Scofield by j Johnson is a native of Virginiaand I slowly upstream' j 1
D Draper of the Revenue Pro. Command. until nightfall, and then1) anchor I skirmishers of the ht, 3rd, and come he will sooner or later and 7 names." The letter writer
Division in Tallahassee.J. a past Department ed. At 6 o'clock the 4th Florida, 47th Georgia, and I I finds the country In its present signing himself "A Volantwr,"
I following
jects '
er of Virginia. i i.Col. i I Cobb's, Battery who took the enemy's I'state of non-organization: there advises "all good men to Volunteer l -
H. Duncan has been employ. lIe served three ((3)) years in \ Schuiling ; Personals iI I morning, July 8, two cutters moved ,
flank and 200 will be sic croakers and faultfndersi :
captured Prisoners ,
I a perfect stampeed ( ) (
ed to fill the vacanty! resulting Marine S to Horse Creek
United States where
I the Corps ;i Secretary Of KAC up they and colors of the 28th 41st of the and Ir ally
of wanted
from the retirement of Londe. lie combat in I!( I I I some tallest sort skedad- i I not ,) e i)(
duty found
extensive two
t and saw i Confederate vessls, the and 53rd ,Illinois regiments." dling for himself and those to militia Butyl.11.
will be primarily responsible for I the Southwest Pacific where he For Unexpired Term ., and Mrs James Bu Darneleof 1-- -- _. ; every man.. subject --
-- -- -
relief collector i I Quantico, Va. spent several
office duty and was twice wounded. After repeated -
surgery for relief of his II I Pete Schuiling,. veteran ,member days last week as guests- of' Mr.

II battle wounds, he has rendered of Kraft Athlet'c: Club who i and Mrs. Jeff Bowers. Mrs. Dar-

RayonierContinued distinguished service to The American hag served .as an. .officer or,director nele is Mrs. Bowers' sister. '
.' I since the club's organizationin Sgt. James J. Bowers spent last

( from Page One) I was Legion.He a .consultant on writIng 1959, until the 1962 election' weekend with his parents Mr. \'GOOD THING WE SAW THESE_

intendent there. He has held his 1 the 1943 GI Bill of Rights; was elected by a majority vote at and Mrs. Jeff Bowers. He had as I

present position at the Port Angeles personal representative of the Na- a recent meeting to complete the his guest, Miss Lana McCranie ofColumbus

mill since 1959. !I tional Commander in Europe in unexpired term of secretary. Ga.
Hooper is a graduate of the first' Schuiling d-d: not choose to run Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Triplett
with the Legion's '
connection |
University of Maine and holds a I for office in 1962 so th t'he from Cleveland, Tennessee have

Master's degree in Chemistry \ has post served war Pilgrimage as chairman of Peace.and as lIe a 1I |i might devote more time to other' been house guests of Mr. and Mrs. :BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THE

from Washington State Univer committee member on numerous pressing activit'es.: When the office Newton Roberts on Atlantic Ave-
city He is married and has one I of secretary became vacant nue. Dr. Triplett is the ministerof
Post, Departmentand
committees on
son. levels. recently he accepted the post at the Cleveland Broad Street
Hawks joined: Rayonier t in 1939: National the urgency of the membership. Methodist Church.FLORIDA "

at various the production Shelton positions departments division.ini the technicaland lIe there held I tional As a Legion staff service member he to rendered the of the Nation.Na-immeasurable -\ 5,419 Visit Fort t I!I NEWS-LEADER THIS WEEK!

prior to being transferred to Fer I' al Americanism Committee, Boys During Week With -

nandina Beach in 1958. He is a State, Boys Nation and American I
graduate of the 'University of t legion: Baseball. He has traveled 2,387 Camping 1 100 Years AgoPublished I
of the 50 states, in
in one
r Washington and holds a degreein every and in Gil Becker, superintendent at by ,
Chemical Engineering. ,I all our possessions nations. He more also : Fort Clinch State Park, reported FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL I -

Both men w.ll: take over their than 30 foreign aide to National I this week that 5,419 visitors were COMMISSION ,
new duties about August 1. j as Charles L. I registered at the park last week. 208 Valencia Avenue,
Commander -
I mile member Of this number,2,387 were camp- Coral Gables 34, Florida
in his 30,000( !
C C. Lamar Perdue ship tour throughout the United ers.This Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, A. 1t ...
t brings to a total, 158,200 University of Florida J -

(Continued from Page:! One) States. Johnson is a memberof visitors for the fiscal year. There COTTON WASHED ASHORE,.. e
c Adjutant :
Beach and Mrs. C. .,G. Russell of i Pinellas Park Post 104. were 1,045 registered at the park Significant Florida Events
last Sunday.A for July, 1863 I

Kingsland.Active pallbearers were J. T. Other honor guests will be C. group of 60 will arrive today, July 1-: A Federal naval report :

Bowers, Ira W. Hall, E. E. Dyal, Lamar Cannon Commander of Jacksonville RobertD. I Thursday, from Columbia Countyfor I issued today shows.the U. S'I i
Deputy Vice ; is. Potomska blockade duty at :
Odell Dee and two-day visit at Jetty Lodge.
Wesley! Arnold, a f S
Department + .
Paulk TilI Jordon of Gainpsville, Fernandina and the U. S., steamers i
Barlow Sr.
N. A. ,
Judge Advocate; Frank and Norwich in the
I E. B. Hale
: ler of Kingsland, and C. C. Smithof Yulec CheerleadersSet
Reyes of Jacksonville, Departmentof St. John's River. j

St. Marys. Americanism chairman, and Chicken SupperTo July 3 Boats from tJ U.S.S. .
pallbearers were
Honorary _
of Gainesville: Department the
of the Masonic Order Raul Reyes Fort Henry today captured i
i members Membership chair Boost FundsThe Confederate boat Emma
sloop :
and Shrinera : ,, ti
"' : m
man. near Sea Horse Key. She: was i j;
Yulee Hornets Cheerleaders
All Legionnaires are urged to bound to Havana from St. Marks'
Lee Roy Durden attend and bring their wives and of 19G3 are sponsoring a Chicken 1 with thirteen barrels of tar
June (
Friday evening,
Supper on
List invited guests. July 4 There is an auction in'
On 28, in the Yulee School cafeteria. !
Tallahassee at 11:00 this: morningand

At Louisburg i College I I Trade/ At Home fered A delicious for $1.00vlth dinner take will out be O-I a "fine, large" young buggy ,

Lee Roy Durden, son of Mr. and | ders at $1.25. and family horse, will be sold I
Mrs. L. R. Dunlen 804 North for cash. I II
14th Street, made the Honorable SEWFRAGti and The public is invited to attend I A meeting held in Tallahassee 1\t\ *
p.F/T j rfK.f d
Mention List for work done dur and urged to get their tcket: now I today examined how Leon County -' __ ; ': 1 ,
from one of the cheerleaders, !
the semester at Loui I could raise its quota of men.
ing spr ng :
TIONS IN GIItNANpIV4tUEAC : Kathleen Cardell, Marie Cle- it "not'a '
bun College, according to a report The newspaper reported .
released by Dean John B. }{ ments, Linda ,Crist, Kay Ethridge, I failure, though it did not come t 1 f vNewsLeader
Elaine Garrett, Beth Groover,
York.A up to the importance of the oc :
Linda Groover, Alice Hagins and
I True it quite
student must attain a grade casion. was respect
ELECT Muffet Stevenson. able in of numbers, though !
point average between 3.0 and 3.5 I point
HERB WHITE not large as it should have :
or a "B" average in order to be as
', Classifieds Off far less enthusiastic ,
eligible: for this list. Pay been and -- .
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I r '. and believed, however, that the The
meeting may eventuate in some., //s

good." The men organizing the :,
I meeting, according to the paper, j .
did not do the kind of job they i ii I

i should nor did those who _trjed to i,
DID YOU KNOW ? explain the purpose of the meet- i\ r

ing do a satisfactory job, many I<
; leaving the meeting "quite as.,

II"lip I much attended..in "the dark, as before they :I I' .YOUR SHOPPING \

/ July 6 Admiral Bailey in-

IT IS UNLAWFUL. forms Washington that "the vig- .
? ilence and activity of his squadron -

is attested by the fact that i
out of fifty-two vessels which'

For-Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious have left Havana since the firstof I I II I 1"t j"r !:
for the of run- "
April purpose ; '
i I .
the blockade, but have I -
ning .
Name Unless The Name U Registered : .
succeeded, and the rest have been i: :

brought into this port (Key ,. .

1VestL" of' ..J. 1 j/ .
; The U.S.S. DeSoto today captured ,
Read This Florida Law. '" '
the Confederate schooner I '
In newspapers the news of better ard.
Lady Maria, enroute from St. I :
I Marks to Havana with a 104 bales i

.-''It shall be unlawful* for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage in of cotton. '1 products and services is as important There's much significance in this :

I 7 The Quincy Dispatch
July i iI
Business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and I and the Tallahassee Floridian and ; to today's modern family as that of for local advertisers. For only in the

unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit court of I Journal have endorsed R. B. Hilton i "

I as a candidate for Congress, current events or features concerning can people of all and .
-the. county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall consist I Second Congressional District I i newspaper age

-tf filing: with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed b). all interested persons, I i The been Floridian industrious says and that useful"he, and has !I home and family, food and fashion, income groups find the information .

"stating. under t oath the name of all thoe interested in the business enterprise, the I I we can see no good reason why I hobbies and health.
II, and
inspiration so for good
:: ;tent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is I he should not be continued in a ,1 i necessary

:carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring I; creditably.position! which he has filled so j;!I For newspapers are the medium. by citizenship and for the enjoyment of ::

:to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their intention I. Improvement The Trustees Board of ,the in an Internal effort Which most people shop t No other "a better way of life. .. '

: to register said fictitious name at (least once a week for four ((4)) consecutive I to prevent speculators from buying I
medium supplies the and de- And because newspopoin
i up swamp and overflowed variety thejr
weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the county where said regislra- .
lands suitable for salt making, ; .
". lion is to be made, and said registration shall: toot be accepted by the clerk of the I is with-drawing from sale all such tall of advertising by which one may' friendship and regular'??dershfp, .

Circuit court except receiving proof of such publication." i public lands "lying within two I
upon \ miles of the coast or marsh. The I II compare prices and benefits and newspaper advertisers are provided '

i I Trustees say: "It is desirable in

If You Are Engaged In. Business, Under Any Name Other Than ii I I this should great not crisis be precluded that the or people hind choose the comforts and. conveniences (: the most productive meJ iurn.of! com .

:. Your Own, And Have Not Hdd This i Name Properly AdvertisedAnd : ered from one such of means the of absolute manufacturing that make for a full living- standmunfcotion. .- : with customers.Fernandina :.

I necessaries of life salt but .

Registered, See Your Attorney For All Necessary information should each one have the privilege :
of occupying as much Ian4 as is

As To What You Should Do. i[ actually necessary to him according BeachLeader
i to the extent of the salt works, I
I for the manufacturing of this ar

ticle." ,

FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER July 8 The following is an 'I f ''. ;

excerpt of. letter written by PHONES: 261-3686 261-3667 : :
1 Y Captain C. A. Bryan; to l Kii family I _

in Florida after the Battle of i j \



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Page SK News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday, June 27 1963 the practice of naming two and
__ I IJ FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK A Capitol Letter ven four years in advance the

Senate president. Under this me-
why one finds classesin'which no thod, the future president still
blue ribbon is 'given. If several
SIMILAR TO WILDTRACK. must stand election at home for
._ ..... exhibits reach this point of per- Rotund the new term.
... !' The will 7VRKEY
fection, naturally competition
.c s Sen. L K. Edwards of Irvine resembles -
) even then enter your exhibit is in some ways, both

L G i rated not against pour neighbor's INHABITS OPEN Jackie Gleason and the late Lou, POLITICAL
arc/en/ Basket but against one iundred'per cent M t:01lNTtY WITH Costello. S
: perfection.
.. PON05>jMAPSIIfS Edwards' way of staring into
:. .-=a-: Some of best gardeners are ANNOUNCEMENTS
BY JANE SCOFIELD our MOST COMMON space as if he were detached fromit
:- m n !1 not in garden clubs, and the rea- k all matches that of Gleason.In .
son may well bethat they don't ,,; a OHTKtKiSSUMEpRAim the face he looks
like Costello.
This week the G RDE'DASKET flower show. We had to grow j spread their time :toobln' and : A7F City General Election

is full of news, news about beautiful flowers before there 1 have more time for actual gar- '' a awl it f { G145SL4i'DA4 Edwards wears outlandish, July 16, 1963

Slower show to be held in our arose a desire and need to arrange I dening. At any rate flower showsare PINE FLATS OF Claghoru clothes. His favorites
city in the late tty\\ Saturday, them artistically. Arrangementshave ,, seem to be those white, old time
greatly enriched by non-club CENTIAL AND For City Commission
November 23rd. is trV date and itGTJa in ;fi Southern country gentlemen suits
an important place our members. The flower show helps ; HIND TOE SOUTHFLORIDA Group Two
of thObse1,arden; in with vest and huge hat. He is a
prefect homes and our shows, but it i is horticulture the town +i
Club. The exact plac'cLlwhere' is the superbly grown horticultural' pass RBOUr pleasant, outspoken man, some- HILTON L. KITCHENS

t.f.be: held has not yet been chosen entry, be it pot plant or cut specimen and community. I $ BOTTOM OF what a caracature of a jolly, coun- E. J. SMITH

but the thought ofcgjimittee that wins the most admira November, is a long way off. It I! FOOT l M'i\ try politician. .
is not a season when flowers are ; AND FINE% It seemed therefore incongruous -
i that for itiKould
i in"tharge is a %>ty tion. \ For City Commission!
be found within the business at a peak. It is really a challengeto FIN6E the final day of the session,
Growing, showing, and sharing : the gardener to have suitable for Edwards to be scolding the Group Three
section or within walking
are naural desires of the gardener. I at such time. E. J. JOHNSON, JR.
show specimens a dignified Senate. His robust humor .
distance of the business section.It yir
"Come and see", "I wish
you here in Florida even
However, y applied to such a scolding HElm WHITE
will be a comparatively small
could have seen", "I want to :
North Florida garden
we softened the punch but not the
the number of
show as far as arrangements share the beauty of --- -
is concerned but its my- year round, and usually our first message. Edwards said he had no
"Come to my house next week i holds off until mid-De-
real further aspirations, particularlythat
horticulture division can be aslarge I DO AWAY withGARBAGE
as the gardeners of this when my ---s will be at cember. We have browsed through rLORiDA of President of the Senate."I TAX

community will make it. their height" are expressions con- quite a few fall show schedulesand LOOK fOA TRACKS IN jf know of no other club an the
heard from To f!
stantly gardeners. find such horticultural classes world" said Edwards, "where VOTE RIGHT
W'LD' SAN, //Ilr AND MUD you
AS we have repeatedly written, fulfill this need is one of the rea in geraniums, r'
as potted plants: can be elected president and then
horticulture division of the sons that the public is invited to AROUND PONDS AND IffBARE ;. ELECT
the begonias, sultanas, coleus, dracaena have to go out and try to becomea
flower show is open to everybody bring plants to the shows. crotons, cacti, succulants, Af TRACfJ4 S SPOT I'Arlls ANP member." HERB WHITE

UVji community. That means that another reason is that if the I rican violets, etc., and in cut speci- IJAPS" INPRAR000NTRY Edwards referred, of course. to
show has wide of exhibitors chrysanthemums, bleeding ------ -
child who a scope mens:
every man, woman, or
grows plants and flowers for plea- it will attract a wide scopeof heart, gerberas, bulbous and tuberous FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WATEH FISH COMMtSSlCtf
plants, roses, camellia, hibiscus -
sure is not only welcome but urg- viewers. A garden club does I
ed to bring worthy specimens to not put on a show for the sake of I fruited citrus branches. Why do it bit by bit?
There might even be a few annuals -
enter in competition for ribbons. its members but for the entire I
planted late and sprayed Playing Sunday Monday At Han Theatre
I Florida ,
The only members of a commun- community. The club members doa well for bugs. So many flowers Firms Under Our Plan.
ifrT excluded J from competitive I lot of hard work, have a lot of 'I
horticultural exhibits are those fun, but possess a sense of ach have a special
who grow plants and flowers com i imcrciallj. ievement and satisfaction ONLY I in fall. Must File Form r You Can Pay

Growing commerciallymeans when the show is well participatedin We have given notice of a show

growing with the definite II and well attended by membersof I well in advance, for as every gar- On CigarettesApproximately : All Your Bills At Once!
meritorious exhibits
purpose of profit in mind. If an the community, which means dener knows I p
individual grows for pleasure but people outside of the garden don't happen over night but are I
to the result of good planning and 130,000 bUSinesses !- ,:..
finds it desirable
occasionally clubs too. Flower shows aim to
in Florida a ,.a How? Simply by consolidating all!!
tell a plant or two in order to buy stimulate the interest of the com- good culture over a period of are receiving \

new and better plants or seeds, he munity in growing beautiful I time. Pot plants should always II III forms from the State Beverage your outstanding obligations into astngleloan.WhenyouVstrapped" ,

may still enter competitive exhibits -j plants, and to keep the community -I be in the possession of the exhibitor Department that must be com- s.
returned 10 : ,., .
pleted and
flower show. for at least three months by July
in amateur
an introductions
informed of ,
I new
I for cahjt'| the ,
according to Richard B. Keating, $ practical commonsense
before showing. .
Horticulture is the heart of the of easier growing methods and y; 4
Beverage Director. solution. .
other phases of garden ng. Improvements Calling all gardeners to meet Although the form is devised ', ,j jYOU'LL
in plants and garden the challenge of a November
Now Is The Time To methods are being made every show! for cigarette distributors, every LIKE THE WAY WE HANDLE EVERYTHING !
business sales tax
reporting a
Remodel or Repair day.We Speaking. of. a show, .have you will receive the form and is required -
frequently hear, "I'm just).noticed the beautiful dahlias in
I to fill out portions of it
not interested in competition". the garden of Mrs. Charles Littrico and return it to Tallahassee. ... .ih a.nH loans up NJ I to $600

36 That may well be, but would it on Fourth Street between Center Only a few days remain before ., ;

be a satisfaction to you to know I and Ash? the July 1 deadline when every t G.A.C.
till MonthsTo that in the well considered opin I cigarette retailer must inventory'

ion of three judges, based on rigid the t. : ,. .
stock prior to >
his cigarette : (<
Crashes : .
Pay and. Florida .>. ..: t 4 1
training, experience, <
.. required start of the day's business, Keat-' ::i.r; : .x
keen observation, your exhibit; ing said. ...:....>?..:.......... .' AMOUNT PAYMENTS FOR
Fernandina Lumber rated ninety per cent or more him I 130 Lives 1I I On completion of the inventoryor P''Z-: }.':' You GET 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTHS

& Supply perfect That is the message of I before July 10, the law requiresthat """':':.m':"""'" ..... .. S 75.00 S 5.06 S 5.7 S 7.55
South 3rd St. Phne 261-3641 the blue ribbon, ninety per centor I an additional tax of three'
60.00 S 9.9 10.79 11.67 t 6.11
more of perfection. That is In Month Of May cents per package for each pack- Joan O'Brien gets an eyeful of EMs Presley In one of the comedy
age of cigarettes on hand before moments of "It Happened at the World's Fair," new Metro- 25.00 24.86 28.35 30.69 2.50

TALLAHASSEE The Florida the start of business July 1 be CoWifnO/aer attraction In PanariVon and color, filmed 600.00 34.39 39.34 A2.66 59.35
, largely on locations at the Seattle World's Fair. Gary Lockwoodalso
FOREIGN JOBSForeign I Highway Patrol announced today remitted to the State Beverage stars In the song-studded romantic comedy 308 Atlantic Avenue
I that 130 persons were killed Department in Tallahassee.Any .

> employment offers men and women choice of 19 countries i| in traffic crashes during May in business failing to remit I rn0ndna! Beach,Florida
free transportation special tax benefits bonuses 36 of the state's 67 counties. the additional tax due will be subject
liberal vacations And a most unique way of life in gov and the number killedin to penalties provided in Section erage District Office or by writing Pensacola, Marianna, Tallahassee, Telephone 261-3681
The list
ernment careers or with American companies, their subsidiar- 210.14, Florida Statutes, to the State Beverage'DeI Live Oak, Jacksonville, Daytona
million Americans work and live exceptionally each follows: Offkt Hours: Doily f-5; Wednesday I Saturday M2
Over half a which permits the Beverage De- partment, Carlton Building, Talla Beach, Ocala, Winter Park Lakeland .
well outside the U.S.A. You can earn up to $1,600 per month Alachua 4, Brevard 3, Broward rector to issue a warrant directedto hassee. Tampa, Sarasota, Fort My II ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE ,
paid in L. S. currency.' For complete information send $2 to {i 9, Citrus 1, Collier IL Bade 11, I ;
j sheriff to levy upon and District offices are located in ers, West Palm Beach and Miami.
>> P. 0. Box 1945, Beverly Hills, Calif. any
Foreign Projects i Duval 9, Escambia 2, Franklin 1, -
i sell the goods and chattels of de- ----
CALIFORNIA JOBS I Gadsden 1, Gulf 1, Hardee 1,

in Southern California in I Highland 3, Hillsborough 2, Indian linquent persons. being
Thousands of new job openings now Although efforts are
all fields. Permanent job security Send $2 for job information, River 1, Lafayette 1 and made to mail these forms to every \ / I. "

names and addresses to California Jobs, P. 0. Box 1944, Beverly :Lake 2. business in Florida, Keating noted .:..:....:..:..:.: .., :: \ r

Hills Calif.Shiell's. I' Lee 1, Leon 1, Manatee 3, Nassau the possibility that some may

.. -- --- I 1, Okaloosa 1, Okeechobee 1, be overlooked. Anyone failing to : tin; rSr
5 Palm Beach 29, Pasco ; \
Orange receive this form by July 5 should
3, Pinellas 7, Polk 3, Putnam 1, obtain one from the

St. Lucie 3, Santa Rosa 2, Sem- J .

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Swap Shop I Taylor 2 and Volusia 6. 1, .: .n / .!.. \*.

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Fishing LicensesTALLAIASSEE A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine.
Your Local Mc DOZIER & GAY PAINTS Florida Medial Association.

"" Deadline NATURAL TO BE LEFT- .e
"UEST FOR THE SOUTH" I for the 13-C fishing license is HANDED .. I
I' Fishermen are
mid-night: June 30. :
' Left-handedness is definitelyno
I LATEX OR SEMIGLOSSFLAT i;.advised that Wildlife Officers handicap. Some of the most ', .
I will conduct a strict fresh water famous and successful people in :

WALL I fishing license check effective the world have been left-handed. .: :' I;

July 1.Persons. However, it is estimated that .
I k\
; $39 I violating the provisions only dred four persons out of are every lefthanded.It one hun-. r '.. ; :: .

$315GaL of the fishing license law may be .f.
Gall I I fined not less than ten dollars, is just as natural to be left- / ."
dollars handed as itjs to have straightor -
I than three hundred :'
nor more curly hair and freckles or .
":: or imprisoned not to exceed dimples. The motor-function of .:;' \ .,;;. .....
Brushes Rollers Filler '4.
SandpaperAnd '! ninety days.Fishermen. the hands is controlled from the "' '..' "' f. I

All Painting Needs! may obtain theirs brain. The right half of the ; : .:' .
offices brain controls the left side of ,; q :
1963-64 fishing license at the the body and the left side of the "' ; .,io I. I
1 of all County Judges and brain controls the right side.

authorized sub agents Because the left half of the J97
their _. <{ .1 -
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New and Used Furniture Dishes 1! throughout the state. brain predominates, most persons ; ; '> ,11." .
1< License fees are: are right-handed. :' j'7 i
Books Shoes Clothes .
Resident, annual, $3.00; Non- It is no more strange for a :... :. .
resident, annual, $8.00; Nonresident person to be left-handed than it t -
"Come In And Browse Around" 14-day continuous fishing, is for a person to be redheadedor ; :.'.,.' ;
to be born a twin. Unfor- ,
,. $3.25; Non-resident, five-day con- I
-- - ;..' .., tunately, many parents, when ,
l - ..,; tinuous fishing, $2.25. they first detect a lefthandedtrait } / ; .-
-- -- ---- ---- -- in their child, endeavor to ,, :" 'I : '. ',', ;. ...
make him Use his right hand. t < ;c.AV-\ < '(-f'(
I This is a great mistake and can ""f ) \t.ij l'it'
: [
often lead to trouble. Attemptsto .
alter nature's plan of motor :: :. ,

function of the body may result ,. ". ...... .
in nervous disorders and in 1 ." j

some instances mental confu- v .;- _'. :. ..jr
sion.To : .
: '
make it easier for left- _
handed to live in .\
persons a predominantly '
right-handed world '

the Handwriting Foundation of '
Washington D. c., has issueda -- -t

u Q methods booklet for on the left-handers.latest writing One : what are YOU doing this summer ?

Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel can be just as skillful with the ,

Will Bring Peak PerformNow! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance. left hand as others with their

once Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt AcYou'll Drive More' Safely! right booklet hand Whether emphasizes one's interestis the I

tor. ion of Your Brakes. sports or medicine, music or 1 You may not want to go all the way to the North Pole to keep

.. no mechanics deterrent, left-handedness to success. Thereare is cool! this summer.. So like other smart summer stay-a omesP you '..''

COhaPLETL0NESTOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARS -lefties millions*. of successful depend on an Electric Air Conditioner to keep your home cool and : v .

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I Sports Slants/ IFLORIDA WILDLIFE P r SCRAPBOOK PrASr e Johnson Tosses Godwin Strikes Falcons Redbirds.:

BY CURT r, RED fjWHl>2r' 3-0 Falcon Win Out 17 Jets As Battle To 10-10


AND REf Over PiratesBobby Redlegs Win 3-1 Stalemate
Bobby Johnson, Falcon pitcherin bed, with kids all over the high i Friday
Senior League, turned in .
the school
league's first no-hit, no-run game I playground.* .I ArI7d ADJUST BOBBE Q ofrLNE Johnson, Ace pitcher for ,: Lee Godwin struck out 17 as 1 The Falcons and Redbirds bat
last Friday as his team defeatedthe ACCOKDINGTo the Falcons, twirled a no-hit, no- the Redlegs defeated the Jets, 3- tied to a 10-10 stalemate last
Pirates, 3-0, The I "The best thing for you to do," _. f 10 at i5 POUND DEPTH OF W4TE/e/ run, ball game for the Falcons 1, in Little League action last Friday night in Senior League
game went :i advised the physician to the nerv. rTESTM4YOF/CAMEAT READJUST UNTIL last Thursday night baseball action. Both *
ti-0 until the seventh when the \ f/SH ARE LOCATED as the Falcons !Tuesday afternoon. Godwin did I teams came
Falcons I ous salesman "is give up smoke -WITH CANEPOLS defeated the Pirates, 30. 1 not allow the Jets but one hit j up with big sixth innings to knot
to win pushed the across the three i ing, drinking, late hours and rich -. '' SINE 8E SAME SHOULD ATTACH Johnson struck out 10 and ,walked 'while walking eight. The only hit the score. The Falcons came up
funs Johnson's
game. 1
pitching record for the foods "I do not feel," replied the ,--' AS B&SHOT 6'ABOVE five in posting the first no-hit, off Godwin was a triple by John with four tins in the sixth and
stands at five wins and no season losses. { salesman, "that I deserve the best. pots HOOK no-run pitched ball game of the j i Cover in the fifth inning. :, the Redbirds tame back with three
-tr What is your second best selu- Senior League season.It ; Godwin and Mike Sapp led the : in the last half. '
& if I "
tion? HOW LINE ISATTACHED was an outstanding ball game Redlegs in hitting with two hits The Redbirds got only three
We won't have complete details i I if if TO all the way as Ralph Starratt wasa apiece with Phil Alday getting hits during the contest with
until next week but Mike Conner Bud Holt reports that fishing K-II worthy mound opponent for 1 the other Redleg hit. : Steve Seville, Mark Bean and
tossed a no-hitter for the Stags ( has really been fine at the Pier Johnson as he tossed no-run ball Lovequist did the pitching for Hang Soo Hoo getting the three
agains the Pirates on Monday during the past week, with plenty >t r .q for over six innings before the the Jets and allowed only five The Falcons collected seven in:
night. Conner was nicked for one I j of trout, flounder, pompano, drum Falcons scored their three runs in I i hits i while striking out 11. lIe i i eluding a home run by Mike Pi-
run to spoil the no-run part of his and whiting being caught He said j; the seventh to win. Starratt allowed walked six. kola' and triples by Granville
1 GR/cKsrs AUFOa I I
pitching. Ii the only trouble is that rain has PAN/5h' yooo only five hits, struck out Score by innings: I| Burgess and Bobby Johnson. Burgess -
kept many of the fishermen away, I D 5M 1LG aR$ h four and walked five. i j! Redlegs 111 020 3 5 3 also collected a single: with
Bobby Jones, one of Fernau- so he wants to let you know that cti'x Mike Pikula, Jerry Franklin, 'I Jets 000 010 -1 1. 3 Price Poole, Dickie Fox and Char
dina's shark fishermen, landed a !! the fish are out there if you want rn"4fl S -' 4L David Rodeffer, Bobby Johnson!1 L Godwin and Haddock; Love. les Burns hitting safely for the
nine-foot shark last week for1tvha to catch them. and Charles Burns got the five quist and J. Cover. Falcons. '
should be the top shark II X10 Is use hits for the Falcons. Pikula's hit i Score by innings: ,
''catch of the season if there is I It Mrs. Skipper reports from the k.i 1J J Jjc MINNOW, was a double. i i Falcons 420 004 10 7 4
a season. I Nassauville area that sheephead, f'oR f/oox THRU .t PS : .Score by innings: j i Braves EdgeSenators Redbirds 200 503 10 3 5
I rock fish and croaker have been BREAM, P1IKE' D P ERCbf FOR PASS +Ol d&ND Falcons 000 000 3 3 5 2 McDonald, D. Johnson, P. Poole,
\, Jimmy Ewing, University of the main catches during the past fZOvDA a ,scr CAMS Pirates 000 000 0 0 0 4'' 7-6 Burgess and Fox; Oliver and

jGeorgia golfer, shot a 28G last I Week and says that bottom fish. AND FRSStt. WATER. PIS/I COMM/SSlOff. B. Johnson and Fox; Starratt i I Bean.
--- -- 'I
Veek during the Golf Tournament I ing has been the best. "Fishing and Gilileo. The Braves edged the Senators,
/at Waycross. Ewing had rounds I 1 is good off the banks, also." le ... 7-6, in Little League action last I
'of 72-71-C9-74 and had a five.I I I if ifI :..i.:lI I Friday afternoon although the MORE SPORTS
Istroke penalty during hia final ]I I I Potts Fish Camp on Lofton Senior I Senators outhit the Braves, 93.

(Jimmy round. Subtracting would have those finished five with and'I Creek:i hampered says the too fishing much out rain that has I j Terry'Rowe Stars Golfing News Meihodist".Braves League Standings Stewart for he Pikula Senators did and the did pitching not | ON PAGE 8

4 281. I'"way although a few black bass ee allow the Braves but three hits

J, and a few bream have been I As Hornets r Blast BY WILLIE MATTSON Edge Cubs :7-6 THRU JUNE 21 I while striking out nine. He walked !
Too much is their
/ The 194? Fernandina Beach : caught. water !
Eight ladies played in the Low Falcons 3 0 nine and had seven errors
problem, but if the rains subside ;*. I I
graduates reunion last Sat
fishing will again be good.Another Senators i 16-0 I Putts tournament Tuesday, June The Braves edged the Cubs 7-6 Pirates 2 1 committed behind him.
urday night at the Surf Restaurant II I By '125, sponsored by the Fernandina Stags 1 2 Tommy Skipper and Mike USE FERNANDINA
and a number of former Fer- it if if { Beach Women's Golf Association. last Tuesday night although the I Redbirds 0 3 : Douglas shared the pitching duties ,
BEACH'S [ to better
I Cubs outhit the Braves, 64. Money
aandina basketball stars Old Timers baseball '
were on The Lions' Hornets 'blasted the Winners on the front nine with I BATTING for the Braves.
hand such as Fred Davis, Jimmy I game seems to be in the makingas I. Kiwanis Senators,j6-b,5 last Wednesday fourteen putts were Mrs. Tom The Braves took the lead inj I II Top Ten : Carl Harris, AI Talbird and FERNANDINA BEACH
Stewart, Sam Merrow and Claude a game which will bring out afternp! .!1'.rry Rowe, I Lannon and Mrs. Robert Bryce. 'I the game with four runs in the I, Miller, Stags .474 William Mitchell got the three instead of Advertising for
Haddock to name a few. I was a some of the retired baseball play. Hornet lefthander, set the Senators 1 On the back nine Mrs. H. E. Williams third only to see the Cubs come !I Ij I Pikula, Falcons .439 ![Brave hits while Ladd Gordon, the State of Florida.
young fellow when those erg is scheduled on July 5. Tom i i j back to knot the score at the end : Mark.1
guys down with just two hits. He won with fifteen putts. $ Burgess, Falcons .37$ ;, Windle Higginbotham and Example: (Florida Marine
were playing basketball, but I Michael, Jake Bunch, Oris Hig- struck out 14 .and walked five in !' of the third. A run in the seventh Weisner, Pirates .355 Morris led the Senators in hitting Welcome Station, built i 1 t
can remember they had a fine bas. ginbotham, Bully Jones, Ybor Alvarez .posting the. win,. plus blasting a Saturday and Sunday, June 22 'gave the Braves the victory. i i iI '! Cover, Pirates .333 with two hits apiece. Paul with YOUR MONEY.

L'etball team at the Fernandina ,' and Fred Townsend are aj j|I home run with the bases jammed. .and 23, a Poker Hand tournamentwas I Steve Solomon tied the score Beryl Rice, Redbirds .324 Schrantz, Pikula and Kenny King ,
high school few of the stars ready for action., J!!1 It adds 'up as a big day for enjoyed by all golfers. The'}:.for the..tubs': in the sixth to send Mike' Rice, Redbirds ..314I had hits for the Senators. VOTE RIGHT
I'We hope to have more details Rowe because of the outstanding J holes drawn comprizing'the lucky: the, game mto the extra inning)I Fox, Falcons .310 Score by, innings:
Coach Wayne Benner was tell. I next week, with a possible lineupfor pitching(j job a home run and poker hand, were Nos. 28' 10, ., When' he belted.. '81,> home run over Beville, Redbirds .293 Senators 101 310 6 9 7 ELECT
log us about his Minor League!i' the game. three other base hits to give him 116 and, 18V.Winning a sports shirt : the centerfield fence. but the Gilijeo, Pirates .289 Braves 150 lOx 7 3 3 HERB' WHITE
summer program at the high four hits in five trips to the each were Ybor Alvarez, J. L''I Braves pushed across the winning i i RUNS BATTED IN Pikula and McDonald; Skipper,

school and there is about 150 boys i I Mike Sapp belted a lone home I plate. I'!Crooke, Robert Hyslop, Joe Scar- tally in the seventh without getting ; Beville, Redbirds 10 Douglas and__Douglas__ Skipper. ___ __ _
Baking part in the program thisyear. i run for the KAC Redlegs Tues Tony:: Vizcarrondo and Charles boro, J. F. McCrary and A. E. < a base hit ';I Conner, Stags 10 -- ------ d

In fact, it looks like an ant day after/ioqn against the Sena. Holton along with 'Al Bennett Sosgrove, each having four-of-a-l I( Carlton Geiger led the Braves Cover, Pirates 10
i ikind. ,,'in hitting with 2 hits with Tommy 10 FISHING BAIT!
,came I through with two hits Each having a full-house : : Fox, Falcons ... ,
i j apiece wih Steve Hendrix, Rocky :, won one golf ball. They were .' Skipper and Bruce Gregory Miller, Stags 10
Daugherty, and Tommy Corbett 'Archie Hardee, Floyd Busbee, getting the other two Brave hits. > Pikula, Falcons 10
., I getting)a hit apiece. '!I Pete Ingram, L. C. Shave, Ray Solomon had two hits to lead' M. Rice, Redbirds 10 I LIVE SHRIMP $2 Per 1 100
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: got,the only two hits made by :, Laughren, and Ray Beckett. McDonald, Fletcher Shurley, Wil-1;' Burgess, Falcons 9 DEAD SHRIMP3 Lbs. $1.00
Florida's Oldest and Most Historic the Senators Iliam: Gass and Walter Sturges Johnson, Falcons 8
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Fernandina Beach's Favorite Meeting Place Hornets ((11)00) 014 16 13 2 City Summer I Score by innings: II j B. Johnson, Falcons 5-0
I Braves 004 020 1 7 4 4'' Alvarez, 3-1
Senators. 000 000 0 2 4 I -
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Rowe and Burton; McDonald, I Cubs -0131010-G 6 3 I i Miller, Stags 4-3
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gue ball 'park. I WEEK- : or 6.19.63 I jTotal4 '-4

:Team Standings W L Tins. OPEN ALL DAY

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Outdoor 6:05: p.m. WOODWORKING Ladies I KRAFT U. S. GOOD
Thursday, July 4 CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS j Eleanor Flint 191-493 I
KITCHEN AND BATH 1: Betty McKendree 147-437 Mayonaise Qt. 49c ;- ARMOUR'S CANNED
FIRESTONE 6:07: a.m. 12:29: a.m. REMODELINGComplete :Joyce Easton 157-428 : .
., 6:47: p.m. 12:28 p.m. Showroom I I Gents LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER j\ < & i
BEACH SUPPLY Orville Saunders 207-585 Picnic Hams 3 ib. Car i.98 :
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lets: Flshi9hI ,.urney This Weekend '! Free Golf Lessons i}I VHOLIDAY; AHEAD '

Local fishermerlrnf;{ 4 a' ape- craft and 150 anglers are expect. For f
cal\ invitation tbij/4-eek, iq participate ed to take part;'The event is bill. Youngsters |I 'r- .,. ...... \
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in the Secon Annual) Med. ed., as the biggest two-day f ishinrodeo ( i ;I ( \ .-, :( ; 1,_.::.,.1'r.. .. !:,.. .:.l ". .:,h... .'"f':":'" .h.1i:. '. r"A'I.-\\: ',* ,
ifa Ed MatUon, head golf at .I \ -
Light Tackle Tournament of conducted by any outboard pro -
tie Jacksonville Outboard Sport roup in America.J the Fernandina Beach Golf JiJ. I -
All 4th'
will be
.Fishing'. Club. f!ll \' Qfficial starting time is 6:45: Course, announced today that free stores closed! Thursday, July
jThfi invitation Wfm. the form am. Saturday and all boats must self lessons will be conducted 4
of a letter to CoIac .tber Philips be- in the river in front of Monty'> every .Monday throughout the So stock up early' .for the HOLIDAY. : .- 0
of the Feptenoina Beach ; Marina. vunmer for local youngsters A :
Offshore FishinjM ub. The letter Anyone interested may view through 17 years. I 4i' : ,, ;: .
f tbm President Wyft, Davis urged brochure left at News-Leader The first )lessons are set for 1Op
,tbe participation:/ all l local intth'estcd office by Cot Philips or contactthe Monday morning at the golf STORt. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru June" 29 ti ..
fisherm.ra/and contained Jacksonville 'I WINN DIXIE STORES. INC,-. COPYRIGHT( I9C3MtA ..
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'?brochure 4)n t'ri'tlcr h Fishing Club ''at Monty's. .Marina.Mayport. free ... ." .,',,/,<,,:r" ,. :f.t ,"#*'"',: "! *.
: (. The Ipssons for girls will "" "" ...:._:.:::' .:,' ..:::2:.: ......:: ..\. '
Davis said that 1 f is ihlltijn begin at 9 a.m. :and lessons for'' .. ., .. *. '''<' wa ...
to 5 cur chart$ *ioatg for ;, boys will follow at 10 a.m. 2 ,
base who don't wish to bring -1"**,
Parents are urged to coonerae
their own boats. He also notedHat GOLFING NEWS
ind register their youngsters forthe jV* <
the tourney is set for Sat-i 1 le!sons.' : &41rftt Holiday
wday and Sunda;* but! that it ii i : BY FRAX JOHNSON At the conclusion: of the lessons aftfifir5v .
jt! nfx-f ssary ta Uj1 A both days i i Eight members of the Fernan- in August a Junior Tournament ...
&& trophies \riniwded: *sa each i dina Beach Women's Golf Asso- will be staged .; oft
'day. iII. elation participated in the Best ,
:.Last year: 43 boatsith 125 Ball tournament ,Tuesday. i
anglers participated in the inaugural Winners for the front nine were, limmyB j i .,
event and this year 75Men's j jH Shirley Shave (Captain), Fayc f
.... i, Williams Margie Childs, and Geor I I
'i gra Loptein, The back nine win Narrowly Missesi!v
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ners were Thada Bryce (Captain) I
I Nancy Herring, Marge Lannon. Wnycross Win fr
and' Sara Allan |I '* V/
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Softball I Hickory Smoked from (
r League j In the putting' tournament'Thada Vjr ; ,Sunnylond ..
-- Jimmy Ewing, outstanding '
Bryce and Marge Lannoi'I .-
=Younb: Crab Plant, KAC, State I! tied on the front side with J{ Young local golfer, is 'probably *
Road an<4 the Box Plant' won ; putts. Faye Williams was the about. to believe that the IC-year- &:
"Jflftball games during the past ,, winner on the back side with II i ,Id Steve Melnyk of Brunswick! BW .'
-**ek. Young's defeated the Road ;; putts ;la., is his n.emesls\ as far as golf- SHANK ,
tram 8-5, and KAC won over I i Shirley Shave and Thada Bryce ng is concerned. k Ew/< HALF t < II
;Uiem-Cell} 6-2. State Road debated '' tied for low gross with a score of Just recently Melynk won the '< IJfc. r.
Porter's, 54 and the Box35ant ,,89. Jacksonville Junior Tourney from 4k LB. .
outlasted Chem-Cell 13-5)) "Play Days" are being planned immy on the final hole whenimmy t
..*Gene Powers set the Road team for each Tuesday, and we hopf three-putted., Last year 1li 1 l?& b
do\\n with fiv hits and struck out that as many members ,as possible lelynk beat young Ewing in the i ,< ,
J"as Young's won over the Roadt.tatn. will participate in our tournaments .ame tourney after winding up '"
Carl Jones belted a home on these days. Next Tuesday :ven and entering a "sJdd: nI
Tun and 'ngle: to lead the hitters ve will have another Bes': I I leath playoff". ( '
.jL-ith Hilly Roland belting a triple !Ball Touinament. And now just last weekend at W BRAND CHUCK Whole or Butt Half .Pound 431 :
and single and Bryant Tucker hit Since thee are handicap tour he Okefenokee Invitational Tour ., .
i triple and single. Jimmy Roland naments, the player with a higl\ utnent: in Waycross, Ga., Jimmy JL ... ill..
,bad 2 singles with Nat Smith, handicap has as good 'a chance t ji! <::1st.a strong chance to win the -* -
Wayne Dotson, Arthur Renushaw win as. one with a l low handicap ivent when he inadvertently took LB 111 SWJFT PREMIUM ,BONELESS"" :
and Powers ,getting ,hits for the So come on girls lets join the fun! iractice swings in a hazard and a $ 98" .
-winners. time is 9-9:30. vas penalized four strokes. .
Tee-off C H 4 :
*..Purdy, Hammond and Black Melynk won the event with arrdie an am. CAN 1.- '
wood got the five State Road. on the last hole and Ewing W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND J .
'Wta. Hendrix Pitches round up four shots back, just ,i ,
...)KAC won over Chem-CeJl, 6-2, he number he was penalized on ,.' ',
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ai Lyons struck out 7 for KAC. '
Tyoas hit a home run and single 11-0 1 Hornet WinOver vith a catastrophic 10. 'p t, LB AA ? LAND. 0' SUNSHINE .: L'
He had rounds of 72, 69, 72 and:
to lead the hitters with
Citing a home run. Lab'lfanr Parrish Rotary JetsSteve '4 for a total of 287 in the 72- J I 'U .I y Limit \ with .: .. ,
ole event, winding up in a tie .1
-Meeks, Mclver, Sheppard, and
.bpp hit lafel/ for KAC. 4('. Hendrix pitched the Hor. 'or fourth place.
iphnson> Babb and Bennett gclfe teEs ,to -a 11-0 victory over thlotary / Jimmy will be a sophomore at W-D BRAND ;LEAN BONELESS BEEF .. ite', 49 ::
four Cht' 1-CeU hits Jets last Thursday nigh 1's he University of Georgia the u LB f r
-State Roadon over Porter's. he set the Jets down 'with, jus,4; :ext semester and is expected toe '
_5.>1, as Turko tos e4 a 3. itte1 ginvles.! a big:: gun on the golfing team. SL' ,
for' the winners. Purdy and Turkc Terry Rowe and Tommy Cori Other local golfers who parti- LB ft J BUY NOW: .
4|ed the winners qt the plate with et led the Hornets in hittin ', ipated in the amateur touin7 j Before the, 30< per 1 r
.2 hits apiece with .longstreet nth 2 each, with one of CorbetVsvfing me Martin Porter, Bob Harding' Carton. Tax Increase x ra Z, ''Green Stamps'
Hammond and Brown giting( ( hits.tar double. David Bowers an.. ind Jack Pettt.: j Jufy:'1stI WITH THIS ,COUPON. AND PURCHASE OF
the State team. illy Lceper collected the othe 1 W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN GROUND y ,
( "" Simmons! Brewer and Bailer loinet hits. : '.t .; t 'Cigarettes 1 Two 20-oz- BOTTLE OP
:dot the three' porter hits. Wily Burbank and Lloyd Uffel,.; Stags Pick-Up 89 I ):Regular. Kfng. Si/e I; Thrifty Msid Galsup
The Box Plant outlasted the ian pot the two Jet hits. 'p't'':*! 't ; GOOD THRU JUNE SETH ,
.:!hem-Cell. 13-9, by belting ou' Score by innings: 11-2 Victory Over $1. : ; or Filter! Tip AT ANY WINNDIXIELBS. ,,
42 base blows. John Smith and JtIolton lornets .-.:. 253) 100 U 6 JVts t PKG. !I r $039 rr ,
led the parsde with 3 hit' : 000 000 0 2 .' '"J;-, 'L Ctn. JL r
jfriece. Reynolds had two hats! Hendrix and Burton; Burbanl y birds 1 Thursday<< FI
-tilth Cooper, Mattox[ Harringtoi 'larris and J. Cover : JUMBO WESTERNS (Size 27's): I
111d) Lo\-e\t\ sharing in the hitinj : A
The Stags picked up the'r first
.fir the Boy team Gordon, 'John ictory of the second half of the -4.q If1r
son and Pipkin led them-Ct-l ikuln And Rice : eason last Thursday by downinghe CantIoupes 3 FOR '

"yith 2 hits apiece, J. Smith, B1oyal Redbird, 7.2, Billy Miller 0
-* and C Bennett hit safely 'n Pitching Duel vas on the mound for the Stags : ... .
.6nce* for the losers. nd allowed only 2 hits while FRESH GEORGIA RED LARGE $# V \. -.

2r' r Th mile :or Redbird Win triking Beryl out Rice 6 and and walking Winton five.Harris J i! *dKr ......

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The Redbiids defeated the Fa1' :redbirds with, Rice issuing 9 free'asses :
iLeague Standings ons M in a fine Senior: League and strjk'ng out 3. Harris 0 0 9"r
all game. The Falcons collects: 'lid not walk a batter or strike \
: the hits*while the Birds got onl;, nit a batter. I MORTON FROZEN Choc., Banana, Coconut,. Neop9litap! rnon ...
-- THRU JUNE-; 21 ..
'our.Mike Miller and J. P. Allen led the
,raves 4 CCuba Pikitla'and! Barry Ric } v .
; Stags in hitting with two hits r
j 3 1 ookcd in a pitcher's duet Cream FOR 'f M t
J up ach with Mike Conner, Thornton' ties 7y $ l ii
Hornets AP
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2 :! truck out 9 and walked 7, whip Bean
Mike Rice and Mason got I :' .. '
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he two Redbird hits.
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tags 000 005 2 7 71 ,. ,.. ,'. )'\
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C Thru June 21 V'esley' Poole got the five hit! Miller and Conner: Beryl Rice, f/c. ...... .; (( \4
Harris Braves ..47Hurley or the Falcons w'th Steve Be Janis and Barry Rice. :"i- ; '" \ lOKi "
Cubs ..44'p ille and Dwight Morris leading lue tf
:kula, Senators J4J V Redbird with 2 hits apiece ; -" /4'7/ IDIlI I I! YOUB I CHOICE \ + M
Godwin, Redlegs ,.42"4i. !eville driving in three runs for Client-Cell Cubs '.- .f.
Jones. Rfdto .4*. I '
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"Solomon" Cubs .-10 Score b) innings: A tJ1 BLUE or ,WHITE ARROW r II VACUUM PACKED '-'

Jlurbank, Jets .405 alcons 010 020 1 4 f Beat Redlegs 16-1 i t K y .t.y
-f.owe; Hornets .378 ledbird .... 101 022: x fi Astor Coffee
-JjcDonald M. Sapp, M: rs .3CQ PiKuta ;and FOX; Barry Rice The Chem-Cell Cubs belted out : 'l'il Detergent \ 1 .YL :

.. Cubs .33o .ind Morris. '5 hits and scored 16 runs to ( ,rk1j twt
-- ---- 'rounce the KAC Redlegs, 1G-V: 4.1 f
Behind the 2-hit pitching of Max
'lord Hord struck out five in .
RE-OPENING SATURDAY, JUNE 29 costing the win. ': 1.L6. ySOBIraaWf.
j Steve Solomon belted another
jI : : Porter's home run and a double to share in 11. i
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'he hitting spotlight with Ronnie
McDonald and Fletcher Shurley: _5 y /(01 f
OLD TOWN vith 3 hits apiece. William Gass''' IMPROVED Save 21 < *N J MAXWELL HOUSE Save }7( It": ; ,
Collected two with Wesley Doug- j +

: : With tJd Accommodations! 'arrell\3, Jimmy Benner Peacock and, Hord John who HolHs hit, ;(| fi1 } GIANT Coffee 1-Lfa.Bag 491 4/ :

.. 'aMv;] for the Cubs. i i Limit one with $5.00 food : 4y"r, I1 Limit one with $5.00 foodt1 '. ,
-.. Mike Sapp and Phil Alday got :
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LEAVES & DEBRIS t CHIHCH BUGS AWAY! j BIG 23" I F ..t Spiral! Activator .W

::- Takes the hardest work out of 1 Clear up brown 1 1 j SCREEN Stereo ConsoleIn :;_E ; .., ,, WAS Model .!
mowing!Vacuum sweeps your 1 latches and sickly I 04 '"
lawn as it mows. Bag clamps _
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on-off easily;opening expands 1- l I Of,1U di19a111.II'tftttftt Traditional [ Automatic t/lr 1 17111 e
for easy dumping. Lightest killiij 1 Mahogany 4-Speed $ 95
wei.ght. highest powered. / chinch ks>;S. i 1 Record rll"- --- -
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Snap off grass catcher chute. .,
Snap on converter plate and 1 S PY ef. Destroys farmyworms 1 -? .q
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the lawn No tools needed sod : S2webwonns :; 'I'J"; ; I ;, tALL
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i Page Ten N e rs-Lea ex, "Fernandma Beach,' Florida Thursday June 2?., 1963 Local Students "--. -
New Auto Truck Savings And Loan
I'' At The Churches ..'i
7:20 AJL Holy Communion Receiving recognition: for being Trailer License Companies Report
placed on the Dean's List at their j
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH MEMORIAL METHODIST 10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer respective colleges, were several i
and Sermon Fees 1 1The 1t Record Loans .
Up July May
Bailff RoadJ. CHUUCII. local students, according to an*
11:15 A.M. Church School
C. BYRD, PASTOR I Nelson P. Moyer! ,Pastor 5:09 PJ1 Young nouncments received this week. r ut/mm FRAME

Sunday School ............... 10 A.M. 9:4: {> a.m. -_ Sunday School Churchmen Episcopal Honored were Miss Nancy Lei t new, increased schedule of Orlando, Florida Continuing i Lacquer Finish Wire
Morning Worship ............ 11 A.M.I 11:00 a.m. ...... Morning Worship Jones and Neil Allan Hewitt, ''fees for auto, truck and trailer on a path which could lead to a Acrylic d Fiber Glass
Evening Service...... 7:30 P.M.TABERNACLE 6:15 p.m. MYF Supper & Pro- if it Florida State University, Tallahassee : tags will go into effect July 1, I record year in mortgage lending, : 28x48 (with hangers) ONLY $3.80
it ir if grams CHURCH OF CHRIST ; and Clinton Wayne Libby,I i County Tax Collector Ira Hall an- i the 127 savings and loan associa- PORTER &
BAPTIST 7:30 p.m.. Evening Worship South 14th Street West Georgia College at ,Carroll- ; noonced today. tions in Florida reported a record I LOVEQUISTCOLOR ,
Kenneth L. Jones, Minister j i $80,361,000 in loans closed during CENTER '
CHURCH it ftST. ton. Hall said he had received notification I
Sunday Bible Study 10:00 a.m. -
PETER'S : I of the date May. 8th Street Five Points
Amelia Road Phone 2613437 EPISCOPAL Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. effective At Phone 2G1-30G8
In releasing this information,
I set the when
CHURCH as by Legislature
Rer. Loyd Chambers, Pastor Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. NORTH 14th STREET
The Rev James D. Ellisor, Rector I it increased the fees from D. Hussey,
School Practice CHURCH
Sunday 10 a.m. Tuesday: Singing I President of the Florida
7:30 A.M. communion State Motor Vehicle CommissionerArch
Holy .
Morning Worship 11 p.m.I nevI Ran Humphreys Pastor
a.m.1 Savings and Loan'League, reported
10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist Livingston in Tallahassee.The
Held at various members homes]) 9:45 School
Evening Worship 7 p.m. ( : a.m. Sunday that the May total of loans
Wednesday Service ....-... 1 p.m. 11:15 A.M. Church School I Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible 11:00, a.m. Morning Worship first increases felt by tag closed surpassed the previous AUTO AIR-CONDITIONERS
ob.. 500; P.M. Episcopal Young Study ._. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. B.T.U. buyers will be on half-year tags single month high of $79,219,000set t :
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Churchmen : Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. 8:00: p.m.: __.. Evening Worship:I effective July 1, Hall said. ,in April of this year. I
I This is the i
schedule of
CHURCH I Sunday( with the exception of every the (Held at various members homes]) 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services Hall said the new half-year I I Mr. Hussey, reported that daring CHARGED
if Wednesday rate for boat trailers 500 pounds the first five month of 1963, I Ii
Rer. John Dozier, Pastor 1 I
last of the month
I ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC if and under will be $5.50, up from i these thrift and home ownership'!' ALL MAKES AND MODELS
8:30 A.M. CHURCH I the present $3 annual fee. He I institutions have closed record GET YOUR UNIT READY
Services 11 A. M.
; BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Rer. W. J. Holmes, Pastor 4th said citizens with trailers not yet $349,920,000 in loans, of which I
I Cor. and Cedar Sts.
Sunday School -,_. 9:45: A.M. 429 South 6th Street Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th i R L Marvin Pastor tapped can save by buying before $128,125,000 went for the con. Agency For CLARDY Air-Conditioners.
,,___. Youth 6:00 P.M.off
Meetings : : Rev John O'Neil, Pastor Sunday ___ 7:30 a.m. Phone 261.3807 July 1.Under. struction of 9,921 new homes. oWE
Services I Sunday Mass ..., _.,_.... 1st, 3rd I
Sunday : 10:00 a.m. ._ Sunday School the new schedule, a half- Savings were also on the increase SPECIALIZE IN -
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 'year "D" tag for cars 2,500 as the associations reported I .
CHURCII 11:00: A.M. _.. Morning Worship Monday, Young People 7 p.m. YJ E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m., pounds and under will be $6.75 an increase of $39,413,000 in ;! Tune-Up
Amelia City Near Intersection 6:30 p.m. -_ B.T.U. Daily 8 a.m. 1:30 PJU. ._ ?_ Evening Service up from $5.50, Hall said. For a May, which surpassed the total j e Wheel Alignment
AM 7'flO: P.M. Men's Prayer Service I Saturday 'Convent Chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday tag with no letter prefix, 2,501 to savings increase of $36,168,000 Automatic Transmission Repairs
A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor 7:50 p.m. Evening Worship G:30: Communion in Convent 7:30 !! 3.500-pound vehicles, it will be recorded for the same month last I
I 6:30 P.M. Young People's $10.50 from $8. For a "W" tap, ." .
8:00: a.m. Morning Service Tuesday: if | up year. REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANYYour
9:00: a.m. Sunday School 7:00 pjn. Visitation Meeting.6ULF@ FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 3.501 to 4,500 pounds it will be For the>first five months of
Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor $14.25.. UD from 210.50. For a"WW" 1963 savings..have increased $228-; Local Oldsmobile Dealer
10:00 a.m. Sunday School l i gmore' than 4,500 098,000 which has enabled total 232 South 8th Street Phone 261-3122
OUR 11:00 a.m Worship: Service I pounds, it will be $18, up from savings 'to reach a record high of I-
6:30: p.m. C. A. Youth Services $13.Hall $4,040,278,000.> ,
soldas -- -
w j. sad? 1964 tags! will be !
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service
C1 usual between Jan. 1 and Feb.
IrIChAK Thursday mid week service .
20 renewal period but will be '

#V' l\:,' FIVE if POINTS 7:30*p.m.BAPTIST if I good 1965.for 13 Rate months Sthednle-until Marchof How At four Store -

-. CIIURCII He said the 1964 increased rates FavoriteIt.
G J. W. Keen, Pastor
'J will be: For a trailer 500 pounds '
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
1.49 .
and under, $5.92, up from $3; for
11:00 Morning Worship
a.m. I a "D" tag, $14.04, up from $10.50; .
'5:30: p.m. Training Union {for a no-letter prefix tar, $22.17,
:30 Evening Worship
p.m. 1
UD from $15.50; for a "W" tag,
Wednesday prayer service, 7:30if : "THE TASTE WILL TELL"
I &30.29. up from $20.50, and a +
1If pm. "WW" tag, $38.42 up from $25.50. j
if Hall said a "Q" tag for cars
If \ I1r/Ji1/ sell for a half year after July 1
Sunday Mass _.... 1st, 3rd, 5th I I at the same $5.50 rate, which is i I
Sunday 7:30 a.m. j also the present annual rate. For R p10 'w INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVINGFERNANDINA
Sunday Mass _________ 2nd, 4th 1 196.1:, he said, it will be $8.63. BEACH"
See Your Sundav 11:30: .a.m. He also 'reminded that the Leg- ig 4 Y4 k ;, c
if it islature increased the sales tax For Home Delivery Call 261-3198
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH on autos! from 1 to 2 percent, ef.

I Favorite Rer. J. T. Dunnam Pastor fective July 1. ..,:. .. Fernandina Beach
A.M. -
Worship Services: 8:30
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. I *
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Training[ Union -6:45 F.M.
: Dealer : Prayer Service Wednesday,
.. 7:30 P.M. Direct From Farmer To YOU!
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I .T7if f'WjlJ PRINCE OF PEACE I Coin OperatedMrs. *

DELUXE CROWN NYLONSwith Donald Phone R. Himmelman 261.5634, Pastor l''r Doris Manager Howard Move Up To Quality Use Permium

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. i "
f Gulflex rubber ( Jersey Milk i -
long-wearing Worship Service ___ 11:00. a. m. !I' 14th. &. Beech. Sts. I PLASTIC CARTON
,-gives thousands of extra miles if I '
/ Deeper Wider Treads?} Cooler Running For CHURCH l --- _-.
; Rev A. Z. Knight, Pastor
,. All Nylon Cord Construction Added Safety Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Quiet, No-Squeal Ride Morning Worship 11 a.m .
: For Greater Bruise Resistance Training Union 7:00 p.m. '.
: Double Butyl Liner ., < ..': ,1,. ", ,
I Evening Worship 8:00: p.m.
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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 27, 1965 Page EieveS

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1 ,ground or region of residence
I INSTRUCTIONS I from their j
fully developing po-
RATES Fellowship
.05 per word... .75 minimum\ can yours by ALLEYWAYTO For FSU StudyMaxine Maxine. has been employed by I'
FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS preparing now for coming Civil WHOM IT MAY CONCERN::
Card of Thanks RtsoluUftoi Service You will take notice that the Boardof the Florida Department qt Public
Send ad-
bedroom Call exams. name
two apartment. County Commissioners of Nassau Welfare the two
A. Thurston, of 34 South for past years
and Similar Notice 2614227. tfc dress and phone number to NA. County, upon the Petition of Paul C.
13th Street of Indiana and will complete her fjrst l j
graduate year
word $1.00 TIONAL TRAINING SERVICE Rums and Annie P. Hums, his wife, :
W minimumCa
per will at 10:00: o'clock A.M. on the 10th University has been awarded an of professional study this.-month.

261.3686 or 261.3687 ALEXANDER APTS INC. Box 500, Greenwich, Conn day of July 1S63! at the County CourtHouse Opportunity Fellowship for 1963, At the conclusion of her program
MODERN, FURNISHED APT. JU25c Beach. Florida,
or place ad at office consider and determine whether or to complete the degree of Masterof next real, she plans to work in
Fletcher No 4. Hot
511 Ash Street not the County will vacate, abandon, Social Work at Florida State the Souih lij the area of family
water furnished, $60 mo., year discontinue and close, and will re '
round. Apply apt. 1. Phone 261. HELP WANTEDKITCHEN nounce and disclaim any right of the University, the John Hay Whitney serviced.' ,

County and public in and to any landor Foundation announced today. Among tnV award winners this
3114. tfc interest therein as shown delineated
on that certain sketch This the Foundation has are Negroes, Spanish Americans -
FOR SALE -- help and dishwasher accom. year year I
\ : SMALL FURNISHED cottage panying the Petition of the Petitionersto I American Indians Puerto -
wanted.. Apply Seaside Inn. tie the Board which lands are more awarded Fellowships to forty-six ,
electric kitchen. Lone Oaks. Oriental Amereans!
Ricans ,
--- -- particularly: described as follows: ,
USED; BOF A.BEn $15. Chest Phone 251-5006. JLc EXPERIENCEDWAITRESSwanted THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF persons in twenty-four states, and residents of U. S. Territories

of drawers $15. See at 2400S. Must be 21. Apply in .. NEXTARINE STREET LYING BE. Puerto Rico and Guam. These
Fletcher Ave. tie TWO BEDROOM lower fur- person, Surf Motel l, phone 261- IGTH STREET, AND THAT CERTAIN awards are granted to young men

nUhed apartment, oceanside, 126 5711. tic o PORTION OF OLIVP: and women who show superior George QuartermanIn

1954 CHEVROLET pick-up! South Fletcher $50 week STREET LYING BETWEEN promise and who have been pre-

truck. Good condition. Ph, 2fll. Phone 231-3133. tic KITCHEN HELP 'wanted. Apply STREET SIXTH STREET IN NASSAU AND SEVENTH COUNTY. vented by race, cultura.1 1 back- I Fleet Exercises

3131 before 6 Blue Seas Restauranttfc.. FLORIDA. Aboard USS Preble
.. p.m., J27p BUSINESS PROPERTY or -..-..----- Persons interested may appear and
... be heard at the time and
place spe.
WILSON GOLF CLUBS an'd residence, Yulee Fla FrontingU cified. PUBLIC NOTICE USS PREBLE (FHTKC) -

putter used four times. $55 Ph. S. 17; residence, store, cabin. CLASSIFIED BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
278 S Fletcher. tic
Apply ,
2615352. J27P DISPLAY FLORIDA. TAX DEED i class USN of George
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By IiI JIarry P. PooleChairmaD NOTICE IS HEREBY jGIVEN, that
ZTsiNGElTAufoMATIC McCRANIE AP ARTMESTSONt ;; Ben Sorensen the holder of the following Quarterman of 402 South Uth t

: SMALL furnished apart.ment. :: ATTESTs J. Warren Jackson Sr. certificates has filed said certificates I .
ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE C LAY Servic' .., ExOffich Clerk. I for a tax deed to be issued St., is serving aboard the guidedsjle

sews buttons, hooks and eyes, with private bath, utilities ,BUSINESS .-. -: ; ADOPTED this, 5th day. of June. taereon. The certificate numbers and \D frigate USS Treble a Pacific .
and washing machine fur- AD 1963. years of issuance, the description
makes buttonholes, fancy stitching 'JUST WHEN THE BUYER'AGREED. A HOARD OF COTJNTY COMMIT the property and the names in whichit Fleet unit which recently
nished. $8.75 week tax. For Information I
blind stitch. Pick up 8 OPPORTUNITY STOVES OF NASSAU COUNTY was assessed are as follows: participated in the First Fleet exercises -
call W. I McCranie SKUNK ENTERED THE FLORIDA.By Certificate No. 56 Year of Issuance
payments at $8. If interested off he coast of California
1961 "
ftll collect, Jacksonville 359 2G1-4G42. If no answer call 261- Profitable representing1established dealership available BOSS, Nor A LAWVE ...A 4-LEGGED OIEJ'PUBLIC : sHarry Chairman P. Poole Description Property ttlcck 6 Lots during the President's visit June

3387 Will deliver. J27pI1QMEiNPIRATE'SCOV 9035, Mrs. Long.. tfc I lead- ATTEST: /sJ W'rrllt! Jackson. Sr. Nn. I ;.n1 2 Old Town City of rernan'l 67.
I ing Florida Aluminum I'rodudsl3nuCactul"fr. Ex-Officio Clerk dina Beach
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------- -- ---1'" SMALL FURNISHED house Prefabricatedunits --- .-- 2t 6-27, 7-4 Name in Which assessed' : 'William I
for Estate
Handley !
sale by owner. Three bedrooms, I newly) decorated, across street for the Building Trade NOTICEIN PUBLIC PUBLIC NOTICEjNOTICV. I Certificate No. 57 Year:. of Issuance "If your Mtwn wits you '
from Keystone Hotel. Phone NOTICEORDINANCE 1961
2 baths, living room, dining and Home Improvement Fields. Description of Property- Block 7" Lots you should hano reason to

room, breakfast room, kitchen 2G1-4G89. tic. WriteS Wftox: 15175, THE AND COUNTY FOR NASSAU JUDGE'S COUNTY COURTIN NO. SC 2 TO STATUTES CRVDITORSFLORIDA I No, 13. 13. 14. Old Town. City of Fernsndina criticize the other fettow'a." -

with built in range and oven -ROOM- with bath Florida FLORIDA AN ORDINANCE OF TilE CITY OF IN TilE COURT OP TIlE COUNTY I BearhNTT Kenny Dennett Gnmastle (Ind.)
NICE private Tampa
FERNANDLVA REACH, FLORIDA, <> in which assessed. Mrs... William. .
large Florida room and utility private entrance half block RELATING TO TAX ON CKARET JL'm.E, NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR. : Handley Graphic.
well for lawn wat- TES; FIXINU RATES, PROVIDING IDf I All of said property being in the
room. Deep PRINlJLE
from Post Office. Phone 261- PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION' AXD re: Estate of City of Femanditfj Reach: County. of

.. rjng. Central heat Small equity 4341. tic NOTICE Deceased TO CREDITORSTo USE OF PROCEEDS; AND OTHER. WILLIAM FURMAN COLLINS, Deceased. < Nassau State of Florida. I '"The average man live 31 i

and assume1' FHA mortgage. "'oop all creditors and all RISE PERTAVI.VG TO tIlE LEVY Unless such certificate or' certificates he d'd in 1800. f
persons OF SUCH TAX. To AU Creditors and Persons having shall be ,redeemed according to. years longer than
"21 Gregor McGregor Blvd. THREE LARGE newly fur- NOTICE having claims or demands against Claims or Demands Against Said Estate such his taxes
said estate. BE IT ENACTED PY THE PEOPLE law the property described in lIe has to in order to get
Phone 2015453. tIc nished apartments, all electric: Oi1 iRE Cli? OF FLHNANDINA: : certificate or certificates will be sold
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IN TUE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH: You, and each of you are hereby I tEACH: You and each of you are hereby I to the highest bidder at the court paid. -- Edward J. Fronta, Lang-
kitchens all Call 2G1-
-- -- -- private. Jl'PlCUh CIRCUIT IN AVI FUR notified jnd jequired to .
: present
any. SECTION 1. Anexcise or privilegetax notified and required to present any house door on the first Monday in don (N, D.) Republican. \
KINT.SBERRY HOME COUNTY claims and demands which ,
3308 17 South Third. tic you or claims demands
arid which or
1 in addition to oil other taxes of Mor4h cf August, 1063. whIch is the
BRAND NEW '- 3 bedroom -- -- ---- NO.CHANCERY 2665COMMERCE timer Estate of of you DAVID, may LATEN have against the every kind imposed by law is hereby either of you. may have against the I 5th day of August, 1963. .

trick, oak IIOl) s. Just outside FOR BEACh RENTALS, call 261. LOAN COMPANY a Deceased late of Nassau PRINGLE County, ] levied and imposed upon the sale receipt reased.estate of late William of said.Furman.County Collins to Dated this 27th day. of June, 1963.D. .

tity limits. Entire down 4642 W. I. McCranie. Will be corp..formerly MAC Florida to the Honorable J. E Weathe.., purchase, possession, consump County Judge of Nassau County. De'l I' 0.Court Oxley of
payment 1 tion, handling distribution and use cf Clerk of Circuit
CREDIT CO., Inc. ford, County Jucge o( ,Nassau County, ida at his office in the court GET SEWERAGE and
to show the beach > .
glad Nassau Fbrida
in County
only $350. Less to vets anyone Plaintiff, Florida! at his office in the County cigarettes the territorial limits of I.I
I the City of Fernandina Beach for of said County at Fernandina Beach 4t 6-27 7-4, il, 18
Total monthly payment, including apts cottages. vsTOMMIE Courthouse in Fernandina Nassau County Cigarettes of standard dimensions. 1 Florida, within six calendar months
insurance and taxes, $60. LEE OUVER and i Florida within eight months from I defined by the general (law of the as tram (tte time cf the first publication ; TIONS IN FERNANDINA
/ the date of the first publication of ibis I
LOVELY VACATION oceanfront i of this notice. Two copies of each
ctate in the
1 : following amounts:
TT downstairs apartmentwith Defendants. notice.Each. (a) Upon all cigarettes, as here I II. claim or demand shall be.irt. writing. As admirn'strtrix of the' Estate of : BEACH
OF claim or demand must be lit in I and shall state the place of residenceand WILLIAM HJRMAN COLLINS, deceased -
KINGSBERRY, TRADE-IN fenced in 10 MATE OF FLORIDA defined three and one-half ((3'i) . I
yard. Sleeps
writing and must state the place of post office address of the claim :
IncItes long or less, four ((4)) mills on RIGHT
IMMEDIATE: possession! of three to 12 people. Phone 2G1-3174. COUNTY' OF NASSAUTo ResidenceUnknown residence and poetoffice'add.resg cf each cigarette; ant, and shall be sworn to by the Thomas (:. Hall I VOTE

bedroom masonry home with : SHIRLEY OLIVER the claimant and must be sworn to (b) Upon all cigarettes, as herein claimant, his agent, nr attorney and Altirnrv for Administratrix. . : ELECT
tfe : '
by the claimant his agent or ;his defined between three and one-half accompanied by a filing fee of one j,III North Fourth St:,
carport- $250 dqwn, $58 per You are hereby notified that a suit attorney, or it will be void accordingto (3'i) and six ((6)) inches long. eight dollar and such claim or demand not I Fernandina Ceach: Florida. I HERB WHITE
has been filed against you, Shirley '
month. Recently redecorated Interior ,SMALL UNFURNISHED house Oliver in the above entitled cause; law. ((8)) mills on each cigarette: and so fi'ert shall be void I First publication: June 27th, 1963.4t .

fQr rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call; and that you are hereby required to First publication on June 13, 1963. ..(e). Upon cigarettes_ as _herein -_MARHARET-_-_ ____h T. COLLINS_ ____ 6 2T 7-4, 11, 18 -
f tile your answer with the Clerk of Eloise Mount: defined, six ((6)) inches long or longer
'* 2GI-5277 for further information. this Court. and to serve a.copy thereupon -! As Administratrix of the Estate ot sixteen ((16)) mills on each cigarette.

BUY OF THE WEEK tic the Plaintiff. or Plaintiffs attorney DAVID LATEN PRINCLE: Deceased 2. Toe description of cigarettes cv>- I
whose name and address is: Dated June 12U AD.. 1963.J. taIrd sub-section one of ttis sec-i
TWO BEDROOM HOME In nice 400 Law Exchange E. Weatherford, County Judge tion are hereby declared to be m' '. "' ''' J
ROBERT E. : rr- .
DECK AM S. Complete. stal\d-I .JilfUf'1': o UPPER i\ \0 ;
Biulduig, Jacksonville 2. Earl Brown Atty. ard as ta dimensions for taxing ......-", r. I ; _:N" 'h.,1." : neighborhood, oak floors ceramic ly furnished Including TV Florida, 4t 613. 20, 27. 7-1 poses as provided ia this ordinance t.! J

I tile bath. Large lot near Phone $q.3U8 tfc not later than July 15 A. D., 1961 and .should any cigarette_be received. '" .

school. House needs work such If you fail to do so, Decree Pnj Con- PUBLIC NOTICEIN purchased'- possessed sold. offered for I YOUR .. :ue j
-.-,---" fesso will be entered against you for sale, given away or used of a size DOES
"as painting. YOU do the work TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, the relief demanded in the Complaint. ] TUE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT other than of standard: dimensions the .

.--w-- .-AVJ4 furnish the material and I furnished. AH electric kitchen.Phone The nature of said suit being for IN AND FOil NASSAU COUNTY, same shall be taxed at the rate of '
Foreclosure of the fol. otfe cent on each such cigarette. i STUTTER, .1
Mortgage on
YOQ will have a nice home for 261-52G3! or 2G1-3230. tfc ILORIDAFile ENGINE .
;I lowing described property situated in No. 3. Where cigarettes as described in I i 1 --
p $50 down, $52.50 month. Nassau County Florida. to-\ut: RE ESTATE OF subsection 1. (a) above: are packed:
.. TWO BEDROOM unfurnished North >i of Lot 5. Block 146, of Fern- I I IIN Laura: belie Jeffreys in varying quantities cf twenty (20) FALTER, j
house. I andina According to the plat: thereof I II Deceased cigarettes or less, the fallowing rate JERK, LMOTOR
to the current public records I shall govern: :
.. according
I Florida. ( ) Packages containing ten ((10) ?
of Nassau County. :. all creditors and all persons having a ) STALL \
Builder of Kingsbmy Homes cigarettes less four cent OR
or a -
;. TWO ROOM furnished apartment 1 Davenport claims or demands against said estate. require j
319 S. 8th St. Phone 261.3606 2 Lounging Chairs 1 platform rocker (4c) tax; and ,
You, arJ each of you. are hereby
.. -tr 1 TV chair notified and required to presesnt (b) Packages containing more than A. .
any GET
U. F. SAHLMAN 6 Throw rugs claims End demands which or ten (10)) but not more than twenty ((20)) TUNE-UP i
.-. CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES regis- 261.3221 3 Tables. 2 end, 1 coffee either of you may have against you the i I marettes require an eight-cent ((8c)
tered. I'hone 2C1-4341 or 2la PHONE 1 Motorola TV estate ofLAURA tax. I
-- --- 1 radio i If. Where cigarettes, as described in
&i&;. tie FURNISHED APT. for rent. Ph. 2 Tables BELLE JEFFREYS I subsection 1. (Ib) above, are packaged -
7 Chairs late of Nassau County, Florida to the I I in varying quantities cf twenty ((20))
BUY A HOMESITE! on the Nas- 261-4320. tIc 1 Speed Queen wash. mach. Hon J, E. Weatherford County Judgeof cigarettes or less the following rates i Only
1 Singer sewing mach. Nassau County, County Courthouse shall govern:
... sau River Beautiful high! in F'ernandma l'.each. Nassau County. I
1 Philco refrigerator (a) Packages cortaining ten (10)) fl
: and dry l lots at Nassauville.i 1 Has range. Kelvinator Florida within six months from the I cigarettes or less require an eight '.
I MISCELLANEOUS 1 service for 4, silverware date of the first publication of this cent (Sel) tax; and ;
Others with waterfront privileges. 1 fervice for 4, dishes & utensils notice. (b) Packages containing more \
V Small down payment. i 2 IleQS Each claim or demand must be in than ((10)) but m>t more than twenty
1 dresser, 1 vanity writing and must state the place of I I ((20)) cigarettes require a sixteen-cent : .
Terms to suit. Phone Francis COLORED WOMAN WANTS 1 Chiffonier! residence and post-office address cf the I ((16c) tax. 1 r ==-- fl'J

.. Ellis, POpular 5-2GG1 Jackso'l. regular days work or baby it. I 5 lamps. 4 table 1 floor claimant and must be sworn to by the 5. Where cigarettes, as described in : [
WITNESS rny hand and the seal of claimant: his agent. or his attorney, or subsection 1. (c) above. are pat'kertin / .
villf, tfc. ting. 211 N. 10th St. J27p I ,
; it will become void according to law. I
: I said Court at Femandirta reach.: Florida varying quantities of twenty ((20):! ) sixcylinder
this 12th day of June. A. I).. 1963. Each creditor shall deliver sufficient' cigarettes! or less, the following rales 1 any .
: LARGE SHADED LOTS at Am VEL IA'S KIDDIE NURSERY (seals/ D. 0. Oxley copies of his claim to enable the County -! shall govern: p car J JI
D. 0. OXLEY Judge to mail one to each personal ( ) Packages :
By hour, day or week. 102 S. a contiining ten ((10))
lia, 100 X 145. $10 down $10 Clerk of the Circuit Court. representative. I cigarettes or less require a sixteen. I 1I
m per month. Call Howard Hammond 10th St. Phone 2615932. J27c Nassau County, Fernandina Dated June. A. D. 1963. cent ((16c) tax; andb I J any eight j
I Reach: Florida. Laura Relic Jeffreys Holcombe. ( ) Packages containing more 888 cylinder car
: 251-3733.* tf; VANITY BEAUTY SHOP -, 4t 613. 20, 27. 7-4 As Executrix of the Last Will than ten 4l'3)) but rr' more th.n tventv : ,1 SI

Thrifty permanent wave $5.95. and Testament of I ((20)) cigarettes require a thirty-two
Estate of ) tax.SECTION. I Parts extra if needed
; ((32c
FIVE ROOM t UOl1F side porch '
Laura Belle Deceased
Distinctive service budget I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE.OF Jeffreys. 2. The tax levied and im 3
2 large bedrooms one with prices. Telephone 2GI-4G86 for. First published on: June 13. 1963. : posed herein shall be collected by the
AUCTIONI 20 27 7-4
4t 6-13.
: built-in dresser other 4 nicely) tie I Beverage Department (>f the slit-' in
appointment will sell to the highest and best -- the
manner prescribed in Chapter %10.
f/I built-in bunkbeds. Extra storage bidder for cash.! 4ne 1953 Ford 4door. FlwWa Statutes. :

:: cabinets ample closet space. I WILL NOT be responsible for serial no. IHACJS&OS, for storage PUBLIC NOTICE SECTION 3. All funds received by : WEDO ALL THIS.
due. on Monday, June 24 at 12 noon.
the City of Fernandina virtue .
Iieach by -
,- Living room, built-in bookcases any debts incurred by anyone at 224 South Fletcher Ave.Howard LV TilE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTH of this ordinance shall be paid In.
: dining: room, eat-in kitchen. other than myself. Hammond.3t 66.13.20. COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA LN to a separate fund to be designated! ,,

Ie Garage large shady: lot OS x Bennie F. Acosta Jr. J27p CHANCERY. "cigarette tax fund" and shall be
a 2(83 I used and expended only for the purposes 0 Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and
230. Phone 2G1-3480! or contact HOME MADE POUND cakes PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE IN RE: Petition of Gerald Dean sneelfied in Section :!21003 Flor.
: Bohannon J. T. Fer. Den&low and Louise Henderson Dens-I ida Statutes.
I.. L, or condenser
layer and birthday cakes pies. TO CREDITORS low his wife, for the Entry of an SECTION 4. All ordinances or parts spark plugs
: reira & Son. J27c All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. FLORIDA STATUTES Order of Adoption of Robert Michael of ordinances in conflict herewith are
IN TilE COl'RT 'OF TilE COUNTY hereby
and Donald
(; Ray
reen Green
: Diamond 2G1-5332. tic JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY FLOR- Minors. SECTION 5. That this ordinance Clean and
IDA. IN FR011ATE.la ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND shall! take effect imneHiat.ly upon its 0 Check generator
wedding band new. Priced to HAVE re: Estate of NOTICE OF SUIT final passage and publication.MAYORCOMMT'SIONER.
IF YOU a drinking problew -
: sell. See Bertie at Florida I write Alcoholic Anonymous ceased.IREDERIC FVGAt; -'fcs. SR. De- THE Nathaniel TATE Enoch OF FLORIDA Green TO: E. J. SMITH set points and voltage

Bank. tic. Box 338. city. EL-6-7700 To All Creditors and Persons Having Residence and Address: Unknown ATTEST
I Claims or Demands Against Said Es- You that J. Clayton Sanders regulator
are hereby notified a @ Set timing
tate: t City Auditor and Clerk 1
BEACH HOMES petition has been in above
.: .. filtd !he.
FLOOR SANDING; and refinish. You and each w jou, are hereby enuiiea cause ana toun wnerem soc Date of Publication: June 27. 1963. .
: 1060 S. Fletcher Are. l int Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. notified and required to present any petitioners seek to adopt and changethe l IU fi-27 -
claims and demands hich you. or of 0 carburetor Check battery
Robert Michael
names Ureen Adjust
Four bedrooms living room kit- Phone 2614609. tic either of you. may have against the and Donald Ray (Jreert minors, 'and I PUBLIC NOTICE
and estate of Frederic F. Gaines Sr.. deceased _____
: chen dining area. Florida you are hereby required to file your I
inside and late of said County to the ORDIVIVCE Xa 3(1
PAINTING Houses written defense. if any, to the peti.
room. Stove, refrigerator. Gas Judge of Nassau County Florida .
tion in said before the I
filed suit on
.. heat. Out, roofs. Screening, Window I at his office in the court houseof of or ]NO. J58 OF THE CITY OF
22nd day July. A. P.. 1963. with
: cleaning: and janitor service. said County at Fernandina Reach, the Clerk of said Court. Fernandina J IFRNANDIVA REACH. FLORIDA..BE ? ttone NEW TIIADS i:
p -bI. I, Florida within six calendar months uc1. Florida and serve a copy IT ENACTED IJY THE PEOPLE -

307 South 6th St. 2,61-5135 JulSp I from of this the notice.time of Two the first copies publication of each thereof on petitioner's address attorney whose DINA Of KEACH THE : CITY' OF }'ERNAN.I _ APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE I BODIES' OR ON YOUR fWN TIRES

I.: TWO STORY duplex Freshly' QUALIFIED YOUNG WIFE -I claim or demand shaU be in writing. same This and Order shall appears be published hereon.for I E-ECTiaN 1. That Section 1, Subsection :

painted. With now roof, nlynib-\ will care for your children >\hile and shall post office state the address place of of tie residenceand claimant four consecutive weeks in the Fer (} of the Ordinance No. 358 of ,- WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE

; lug and wiring. 7000. work. Also capable of tu and shall be sworn to by the nandina Beach News Leader. a newspaper > the City of Fernandina Beach Florida I S
you published in Nassau County be and the same is hereby amended ; Narrow or Wide Design,
) claimant his agent or attorney and
\e otf :r toring. Ph. 201-5900, tfcREWARD I Florida. I to read as follows: I
accompanied. by a_ Ming fee of one
Herein fan not decree 'To collect or permit to be collected TubelessorTube4ype 'for'
or pro confess 4 ,
:; 667 S. Fletcher dollar and such claim u' demand not
will be entered against you for by any one the garbage front any
A pair of girls
.. TWO STORY duplex two bedroom so filed shall A.be void.: I the rriiff nrayed in said petition.1TNr.ss garbage eaq other thvr by arsons -S irrn at 'anaoitw jOur

: up 2 bedrooms down. brown rimmed prescription As Elizabeth executrix of Caiaes.the Last Will and ray hand and the seal of regularly employed by the Coy of NU idtnlified by J/c&StM cad IWi : I
glasses lost near beach area Testament of Frederic F. (Jaines. said Court at Fernandina I'each Nassau Fernaedina Beach by a special per Trt&dt shop Ut 4 9
mit from the City of FeraafidmaBeach
County. Florida. this 20th day of GUARANTEED :
: Sr.. deceased
last month. If found please call for the .
June. A. a. 1961: except producer
: Tbos I. Shaw. Jr. I. Against defects b work&uuUp sal aaterklt during W of tmA 4'9 .
2173 S. Fletcher 2G1-4G02. Attorney For Executrix ft/ D. 0. OXLEY of garbage and trash by owners I 2. liiinst normal road hazard (except rotinbk practora) tacwap 1.

lilt CORNER LOt -.. 3. ltf rOQM'. First publication June 8. 1963. Clerk Circuit Court of premises provided, that! such owners 1\WJ 1 pWGIft cu 11II tar .% &4ItU, .
: DRESSMAKING IN home 4t 66. 13,20,27 Nassau County. Florida comply with the provisions of thr.Iordinut't ,roraW fa u.4 war aU t.ue4 11I$ '" ..., .
kitchen dining area. Living (SEALS ) and all other governing e1 tiu GI_ "
room Florida at O'Neal, Ph 261-3935. tic / B. R. BurnsetJ ordinances. .
: room, utility i I L Pluutaianditrede.ntfre3'!
PUBLIC NOTICE B. R. ttunued SECTION 2. That Section 14 of the 7*
) room and two-car garage. LOST-CHILD'S PET 5 month Attorney for Petitioners Ordinance Na. 351 of the City of -
I I Notice is hereby given that the uaders P. 0. BOX 163 na&dina Reach be and the Fe"1 '
; old BEAGLE PUPPY. Tri-color I: ned. pursuant to the -J1cti ousI Uacclenny Florida hereby repealed. FREE GAR SAFETY CHECK!

,I .: 123 South 17th St. brown black and white. Name I Name Statute' Chapter No. 20953. i 4t e-20, 27. "-4. 11QDELP SECTION 3. That an ordinances andparts
'''U\\S of Florida Wl, as. amended by of ordinances m conflict herewith .
; Two bedrooms, living room dIn. Prince. Contact Paul Ingle J Chapter No. 26760., Laws of Florida be and the same are hereby

ing mm and kitchen. Lot 154 Phone Collect Jacksonvill i 1951. being Section E65.09. Florida repealed.
t' Statutes will register with the Clerk SECTION 4. That this ordinance
x 140. 7CS2517. REWARD OFFERED, t of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau shall take effect immediately upon

c tfc County. Florida. upon receipt of proofof SMOKE its final passage and publication.MAYORCOMMISSIONER .
_ publication: of this notice, the fictitious Firestone EACH! ; SUPPLY


E L. L Bohanncn Broker
The Western Auto\ Associate Under which we are engaged in 1. Clayton Sanders : Y1 .

I f... 13 N. 4th St. Phone! 261-5259 start was transferred June business ,t *or South 14th. $treet in /&t FOREST FIRES, City Auditor and Cleric 4 .
the City of Fentmdma Iteach. Florida. Date ef First Reading: June IX 1963. .
19G3 from Maurice Urmanee 1'1'1 I That the parties interested in said : Date f>f Sewnd and Final. Readme: 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 :
At Home Walter D. Smith. Ju business enterprise. are J. T. and si IN THE SOOTH! Juo24 Kfil
I Trade Carolyn.. P. Carter.it Date of Publication: June 27. 1963-
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! PagTTwelve Nens-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, June 27, 1963 ( -= tion of the American consumer 4. State, Justice, Commerce, and Approve, and I felt that was the
Reports From Washington which should not be charged to Judiciary Appropriations. The I only way I could register my pro
f the farmer. House has passed the 1964 Ap : test.
From the Health Club Room, day and D. R. Billy) Matthews
N e. xs evening. By Rep. ( 3. Legislative AppropriationsBill. propriations Bill for the Depart I 5. Suspension of Equal-Tima

.,- SATURDAY, JUNE 29th. THE SUPREME COURT'S DE- I II II The House passed by a vote ments of State, Justice, Commerce provisions of the Communication
1. .., Adult Swim Class 10:40.11:301: CISION CONCERNING THE |, .. of 271 to 122 the appropriationsfor the Judiciary, and related i Act for the 1964 Presidential Corn-
..... The Rec Center READING OF THE BIBLE AND ;;sa, the Legislative Branch, providing agencies, in the amount of $1.& 1j I pa gn. The House passed this suspension -?
am.Teen Club in the Game Roomat THE RECITATION OF THE : for $140 million for Fiscal j blhon which $308 million below I provision for legally quak
7:30 LORD'S PRAYER.The r aey Year 1964, an amount which is the Budget estimates. I .voted ified candidates for the Office of
: : : BY SANDY DeSAi1'U1t0TIIiiRCIAY p.m. ;;
Men and Boys' Health Club in I United States Supreme I!' g,x $8.5 million under the Budget es- against this particular Appropriation President and Vice President by

JUNE'. .27th.. Teen Club in Game Room at I the Health Club Room, day and I Court, as you know, by an' 8 to 1 ., zg.F timates. I voted for passage of I Bill, because there were I a vote of 2o3 to 126. I voted for,
in 7:15 evening. x this bilL several items in it which I did not this leg station.
i ii
Junior Life Saving C/ass the) p.m.Adult I I Decision has recently outlawed Wa -
Pool 10:00: am.1200: noon.'Junior Ballroom Dance Class in I SUNDAY, JUNE 30th. i the reading of the Bible and the j $
Olympics in the Pool ,, the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. Lutheran Church Meeting in recitation of the Lord's Prayer as ; .
1:00-2.00: p.m. I Men and Boys' Health Club in the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. part of the exercises of the schoolroom 1 t'' ,

Ballet Class (Beginners) in the the Health Club Room, day and MONDAY, JULY 1st. The Majority based their i 1p t '
Auditorium at 2:30: p.1 Julanne evening. Junior Olympics in the Pool Decision on the premise that these P t. s'

Owens. Inst. .. FRIDAY, JUNE 28th. 1:00-2.00 p.m.Children's exercises violated the First A- 0J" ..s-y '
t. : -- r- .
Ballet Class (Intermediates) in Adult Ceramics in Ceramics Art Class in the Cer- mendment to the Constitution, I 't- ; ;
Auditorium at Jul Room 9:30 a.m-12:00 noon, Martha Room Faith which declares that 'Congress t.-
tie 3j30 p.m. amics at 3:30: p.m., r : I 1fi1d.\\
anne Owens, Inst, .', *'.... I Puletti, Inst Britton. Instr. I' shall make no laws respecting an I II : f : 8
Ballet Class (Advanced) in the I Sub-Teen Club in/ the Game Island Club in the I establishment of religion or pro i" It. :
I Squares hibiting the free exercise thereof I'' is j .
Auditorium at 4:30 p.n?;,'Julannc Room at 7:15 p m.Jr. Came Room at 7:30 I .t
Owens, Inst. ; <'|O First Aid Course in Conference -I! Jaycees meet in p.m.Conference It should be emphasizedthat ..:Ji l'ltii! f r! ,.
Senior Citizens Club.'* in the I Room 9.00 a.m X12:60 noon. the participation in these .. '. I. '...."} .
Room at 7:00 .
p.m. : 'I J ,,,
exercises was voluntary in the of the Atlantic Intracoastal -
Conference Room at 700 p.m. Men and Boys' Health Club inf.j i I| Vey
___,___ 41,1,'----. _'u Adults and Teens Ceramics cases heard before he Court, and Waterway, and an additional $2 I f
Class in the Ceramics Room at there was no element of coercion. I I I' million needed to complete the K'z ..

7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, The Majority Opinion stated: I Waterway to M:ami. I also asked ___ .
Instr. "It is true that religion has I for favorable consideration of our I} i s r E 1T = -: '

HARDEE B.ROS. Men and Boys' Health Club in been closely identified with our I Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. |

the Health Club Room, day and I II history and government," but HOUSE ACTION ON LEGISLATION 1
I evening. that "This is not to say that religion 'i
TUESDAY, JULY 2nd has been so idenified with 1. Area Redevelopment Admin- !' = iw .

:-. SALE ENDS Junior Life Saving Course in our history and government that istration. The House defeated by
the Pool 10.00-12:00: : noon. religious freedom is not likewiseas a close vote of 209 to 204 a bill :
Junior Olympics in the Pool strongly imbedded in our pub- which would have granted an ad-i
SATURDAY JUNE 29 1:00-2.00 p.mCeramics lie and private life." I ditional $455 million spending I II

Class ((9.11)) in the The Majority Opinion stated authority to the Area Redevelop
Ceramics Room at 2:00 p.m. Mar ment Administration and which .n..
that the laws requiring religious I I II
NEW ITEMS ON SALE: tha Puletti, Instr.Barbershop exercises are being conducted in would have exendcd the temporary
I Quartet in the Con I for least two ,,
direct violation of the rights of program at more
Uegular $8.95WATER ference Room at 8:00: p.m. the appellees and petitioners in years. I voted against this increased i ,'
Sale( $6.95 I Men and Boys' Health Club in authorization? because '': ,
HOSE . . the cases heard by the Court. It according z
the Health Club Room and !
; day should be pointed out that the to the testimony that was k
R ,;u1ar $23.00 Sale l 8.95 I i evening. Majority Opinion expressed this presened to the House, only about : ,

G.: E. RADIO I . . $ WEDNESDAY, JULY 3rd. sentiment: 25% of their existing authority }
i' Ceramics Class (age 12 and "Nothing we have said here indicates ''of $394 million had been spent. I

TENNIS Safe 20% OffICE over) in the Ceramics Room at that such study of the also did not feel that there was i.' LOOKING AHEAD .

RACKETS . G: 2:00: p.m., Martha Puletti, Inst.I Bible or of religion, when presented a tremendous amount of overlapping ... ...
I i Sub Teen Club in Game Room of and duplication of other :

CHESTS & JUGS Sale, 20% Off 1:1at: 7:15 p.m. secular objectively program as of part education a, agency. program such as the TO NEW 0l TIE
Adult Ceramics Class in the not be effected consistent Community Facilities Adnnmstra-
TORO 'y': Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Martha may with the First Amendment. But lion, and the Department of
GASOLINE CAN I Jean Puletti, Instr. Health, Education & Welfare. ,
. . the exercises here do not fall into ;
: Men and Boys' Health Club in those categories. They are religious 2. Agricultural: Appropriations EVERY AMERICAN FAMILY, THE STIRRING CHALLENGE TO PARTICIPATEIN
Regular $ fcft q.nrG.E. 'the Health Club Room and Bill. The House has passed, by a'':
Stile' the
exercises required by THE
} t. 'J '
OVEN i evening States in violation of the com- vote of 288 to 79, the 19G4 Appropriations i
; A1YO Club meeting in auditor- mand of the First Amendmentthat for the Departmentof I THAT LIE AHEAD, THROUGH THE JUDICIOUS[ HANDLING OF FA.111LYFUNDS

SOME OF THESE ITEMS STILL HERE: ium at 7:30 p.m. the Government maintain Agriculture and related agen- WILL PROVE RICHLY REWARDING TO YOU AND ESPECIALLYTO

THURSDAY, JULY 4th.I strict neutrality, neither aidingnor cies. The bill provided appropna-1- i YOUR CHILDREN.
Regular $89.50 pi */r I Junior Life Saving Course in opposing religion." tions approximating $6 billion, i

PORTER CABLE SAW .3 a I s e &a.00 ) the Pool 10:00: 12:00 noon. The Court in the Majority Op- which was a reduction of $390 I IS THE HATE OF INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
i Ballet Class (Beginners) in the million from the Budget request. .
Regular SJZ9aFLOOR I *ftr 00 'Auditorium at 2:30: p.m. Julanne inion"The went place on of to religion say: in our It should be emphasized here that r i i 4ftSavings HERE. START YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY AND SAVE SYSTE
.Sne >Z3. one-half of this $G billion :,
POLISHER . Owens, Inst. society is an exalted one, achieved only MATICALLY!
Ballet Class (Intermediate) in tradition of re- should be charged to the American i|
through long
Regular $39.95 f I rtr 00 : the Auditorium at '3:30: P.m. Jul- the home the church farmer, since we give away i
a'e liance on ndana FederGI 0
ELECTRIC WASHERS *d anne Owens, Inst. and the inviolable citadel of the $2'-2 billion worth of food each Fern
I Ballet Class (Advanced) in the individual heart and mind." year to our needy people at home, :;
FANS . . . . . 20 'c Off I Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne the and to our allies abroad to help I
I Mr.[ Justice Stewart was
Owens, Inst. win the Cold War. There are also I And LOCln Association m maP'
SCOTTS . . . . /2 Price i Teen Club in Game Room 7:15: sole dissenter, and I.agree with hundreds>> of millions of dollars j
i him when he said:

MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT LISTED ; pm.Adult Ballroom Dance Class in "Specifically, I cannot agree that are expended for the protec-
that on theserecords we can say
the Conference Room at 8:00 p.m. has
Establishment Clause
that the
HARDEE BROTHERS CO. : Jr. Olympics in the Pool 1:00- "
f necessarily been violated.
2:00 .
: p.m.Men
Justice Stewart goes on to say: .IOTAL PERFORMANCE
I and Boys' Health Club in :
ATLANTIC AVENUE HARRY POOLE, Mgr. 'the Health Club Room, day and "For a compulsory state educa-
tional system so structures a
evening. child's life that if religious exer- I v" :' W'" '.-: ..
cises are held to be an impermissible -

activity in schools, religion I II ) t '' .:. .=.i:ar SA P
is placed at an artificial and ,II
I state-created disadvantage. View-I h
I ed in this light, permission of vE

such exercises for those who want I }, q. },,, ,,
them is necessary if the schools i a a: ,,, fey ,

: are truly to be neutral in the matter ,.- Rs >
I of religion.t And a refusal to > 'V

i I permit religious exercises thus is i :,:<":". : ....!,.",'\ .......'I'... ..-. ,"''.' '''1... .
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of t 1 '
seen, not as the realization ; ,14. -\ .t A '....4. t.
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state neutrality, but rather as' r :: xfii H. n .T IiiIt 11 1.

I the establishment of a religion of : ; .A: :ty<:;;. ... .. N l ...".. .....,, '-:
secularism, or at the least, as government i ..n. t '13' .. ::, --== .;::: : ... ., H"l. : : : : :
support of the beliefs of : S !1'i E

I those who th'rk that religious I '
Y'' Yi
should be conducted only
exercises I ,,, AY.. tr G H
in private." I Yro_ ., ;. .
'. '. L.GUNGEATLANT I introduced during the last >< -0 x.,',,:. < "x "a :x a '
i .. 4
s ( ,
:.x... r t
have r.
session of Congress, and reintroduced r t bk nraaNd.! R r tcn

during this session, a I l 4 .i Q.rr
House{ Resolution (in this instance
H. J. Res. 98)) proposing an amendment j r i .raw .r '
i to the Constitution of ,i iI ..... ', .,,4 u.,, is
t United States permitting the : III
r :R.p 1 2; iJ
{ 7 + t 11i, (f4+.f; t '; a A 1 offering of prayers and the reading I. o ..}I .... --

of the Bible in public schools
r 1 United States. I feel sure
1 9 -, F ? i+ t t) I in the
;d i that if this amendment is passed,
eta 1 s tt ways can be found to satisfy the x' ,' b > { ,

v t r r st, !>,. ic objection of anyone who believes I .. .
p l r, 'in the neutrality of religion insofar ,,
: as the State attitude is con-
I cerned; and yet at the some time, I II I II :-
: the amendment would permit in I
I .
about ,,, y .1
i our schools some concern
>, ,,'. the universal truths of all relig- s ;g rF .

Y .i ,: ;; v ,<,'.d. j ions that talk of man's responsi- tA,,,. ; yY. 4 f, J Na. ti
\ I i;'" t..ii. t bility to his fellow man, and to I a .. ar aw4 -,.

.n1\ < i" ; j his God. Certainly this ethic is .
,' : : ti .,
.' ; the chief demarcation betweenour
+ ) ( i i x
; br philosophy and that of ccmmuniam. !
1 t To say that we get this e. FORD GALAXIE( 500/Xl SPORTS HARDTOP

i i ethic in our homes is to permit a IF YOU KNEW/ WHAT
E t i smugness of attitude that is unconscionable ,

d' : ,, sf I I the many, many when broken we homes think of in : THIS "CAR KILLER" KNOWS...YOUD: BE DRIVING A SOLID, SILENT SUPER TORQUE FORDThis
l i!
< f ,
America. And, further, to insist
,' ;t t t b } that only the religious ethic maybe steel-edged pothole is probably the world's toughest test Look at Ford's astounding record in open competition this

E i I obtained in religious institutions of a cats suspension. We drive into this car killer at 30 mph, year in the grueling Daytona, Riverside, and Atlanta $0% the

1 I i is, in my opinion, to empha locking our brakes as we go so the wheels can't roll! through 1; World 600 at Charlotte, N.C., and in the demanding Pure Oil

s r < size the hostility of the State to the hole as they normally would. The car slams against the far Performance Trials.Only a car with ,total.._ Pence bct

a s religion of a rather benevolent than the attitude.assumption I edge of the hole with such impact that it literally) bounds outIt combination of strength, balance, precision control and road-

: Q S I PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS you added up the cumulative effect of all the 1 jars and 1 jolt clinging suspension-could roll up so many wips.

1 FOR THE Sth DISTRICT your car's suspension system experiences in years of normal Before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, silent! Super

I This Past week I presented I driving,it ouldn't match the impact of one tri p through the hole. Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lately, you can't realty

I testimony before the Committeesof I Yet-a Ford must run this test three times to prove its strength. know what a new Ford is like. Make this i important discovery if
4v.. both the House and the Senate,
..r a.. I on behalf of Public Works of special I How can a Ford take it? Because Ford's front suspension has it's built by Ford,ifs built for peel ormance.totai- !...performance. ,fI

r I interest to the 8th District I extra beef in spindles, springs, suspension arms-in fact, it's

Included in these projects was a about 20 pounds heavier than the front suspension of our

DANCE TO THE request for $1 million to begin principal competitor's car. 1 solid! silent! SUPER TORQUE
MCCATftKIQ" construction of our longsoughtCross ,
"TUP I I We don't expect you to abuse your car the way we do our test FoU YUSTHUyaOlS'
Florida Barge Canal, (
I which has been authorized cars. But,however you drive, you'll welcome the extra strength> KrtMAJUWOOUCTJ, '

NORTHEAST FLORIDA'S FINEST DANCE BAND ;i since 1942, and which has a favorable of a total performance Ford.Ford strength is tested in a thousand @i I F_ R D
Ford's laboratories and
I economic just ication. I ways in proving grounds-and in open IICTOIrt.lAfNfl, ,
... also requested $7,000 to completethe competition in the world's toughest rallies and stock car events.
I survey of the Cedar Key Har-.
.fRIDA'Y AND s Aim AY mm (I bor Channel; money for surveys

,i of the Four Rivers project; $25- Lasserre Motor Company
"1: 000 for a survey of the Waccasas-
Basin for the
River $125,000
sa ;
,.. 9:00 P.M.IIIL Operation and Maintenance of
'J' rfBeautifully the Fernandina Harbor; $32,000for Drive; The Cars With TOTAL Performance Your Ford Dealer's Today l!

Redecorated In A Hawaiian l Decor the of the Operation Oklawaha and River Maintenance Chan South Sth Street. Phone 261-3819

: I eels; $7,500 to complete the IU:.


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