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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: July 4, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Since 1858 Absorbed by Purchase Merger' or Succession! The Florida News The East Floridian, The Peninsula The ternancuna Courier, Tile Island City FeraaiWna Observer Fernandina Express. The Fernandrna News The Florida Mirror The Nassau County Star The News, The Fernandina Record. ,
Fernandina News-Record. Nassau County Leader The Outlook The Florida-Georgia News The Fernandina News The >Buccaneer,
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I i VOLUME 105 NUMBER 42 i.i FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORID}I -. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963 10 PAGES; THIS ISSUE lOc PER COPY
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1 Sheriff- Youngblood I
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/usl/famJlm I II Urges Safe Fourth I 'sJ

Sheriff H. J. Youngblood ask- I
I ed that his best wishesfor a

happy Independence Day weekend -
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be extended and urged

J 1J '. that safety rules be observed. I $$ .
Citing that roads will becru'dtd
J .*YV'Srt.. ;with vacationers and

QD t. fun seekers and that predic- .

tions are for a record numberof
A; soon as this issue hits the y IS'iS i? fatal accidents he asked

streets many are sure to charge that safe
'' rY driving speeds be ob
that we don't carry all the news I : r w served.
and the'tharges will be correct. He also I
r urged that boaters
But 'we do try to carry all the ri,9 ajyk I and swimmers exercise the

news .we can secure that is same caution in water activi.
worthy of appearing in print. It ties. I t, .
i it that aY
my opinion a great I \ ; \ \
amount of the rumblings from I!

within the hospital's inner sanctum : Firemen Control I

.that evolved into the open i

1 meeting at that establishment's night Surf Motel Blaze i 1 1I I ,'
! conference room Tuesday '
1 stem from petty grievances that iw, r P i'i'c: :

1 refuse to dignify. I see no needto Early I
Monday
hang out such soiled wash for !w :4t S

the public to view. In cases I

where charges are substantiated I The Surf Motel on South Fletcher ;,
and witnesses provided full Ave. suffered approximately -
coverage will be given. Far too I $10,000 damage early Mon\ ;< $ ?

much significance is being given day morning, according to Eh'07
FIRST ANNUAL PASS for the 1963-64: season at Fort Clinch State Park ;4p ;
today by the press TV and was }purchased I Right, owner, when fire broke :
j radio to incidents that are not by Mrs. Louis Ferreira Monday morning. Park Superintendent Gil Becker is I cut in the linen room on the k

in the best interest of the most 11 11I shown affixing the pass to the windshield of the, Ferreira car. The one-year l passes North wing J ; t

I people. cost 2.25 and permit entrance at any time without. further charge. Last year 470 The City Fire Dept. received

i 1 6 & persons purchased the passes. the call 'at 7:40 a.m. after the i
Not merely the fact that I --- -- ---- -- smoldering blaze was discoveredby

received a citation from the American Annual Kiwanis Lyn Haddock, local laundry 5'i
Historical Kiwanians Hear agent.
i Legion for service to that Societyis
i group prompted me to enjoy I Fireworks DisplaySet Fireman Jimmy Graves, offi-
Saturday night's installation of I FundsTo cer-in-charge, was on the first ',axYihr
Seeking Thursday Night Rev. On
officers. Associations with this i Moyer fire truck out and stated the

group is always enjoyable and ,i The gala fireworks display, ; blaze was under control within
. it is' a pleasure to note the high Spur ResearchPointing 4 Christian HeritageBY !i twenty minutes; however, an r 1 i;
presented annually on July by aNEW
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I esteem in which this post and I hour-and-a-half was required to
the Kiwanis Club of Fernandina
retiring Commander;: I the premises. Both fire
especially I secure
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out that this is Beach, will be held as usual TOMMY HALL
, Albert Birth is held by state and I If one engines were in attendance, with LEGION COMMANDER I T. W. TILMAN presents outgoing Commander Albert
of the most historically significant Thursday evening at 8 at : Kiwanis for
national officers. Add to this p.m. speaker Monday I a full complement of regular Hirth, left with a token of the Legion's esteem and appreciation of his efforts. Seat.
areas in the United States City Ball Park. : Rev. Nelson
f the. fact, Jhat I heard one of the and that this heritage should be The display provides a fitting i, evening recently was arrived minister of Moyer Memorial firemen, and eight volunteers. !! ed is C. Lamar Cannon of Jacksonville, Department Vice Commander.-Pnoto by Tom Davis
most stirring addresses on Americanism '' According to Graves the fire *
I preserved and promoted for both ; climax for the July 4th holiday, Methodist Church. The *
it has been my privilege ths: and future generations, the introduced by Tom i was limited to the linen room
I to entertain both residents and speaker was I
to hear in some time. The I and attic. The electric Installs
i L. Clinch Historical Society '' S. I wiring Legion
Duncan visitors. Digby, and told of his life in
I address: was all too brief and I I suffered extensive damage, with .
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is assistance from
seeking Jacksonville, tracing his school
through Mr. firth I urged; the local businesses; and, individuals and his eventual assign- bmoke damage also to the roomson
I I )ears i T. W. Tilman As
I speaker: Department Adjutant for research and restoration. | Vanzant Funeral' ment as a minister of the Me- the North wing Qf the estab-
A. Johnson of Pinellas

I I and Par Ralph*,address to return a combined here in the meetingof fall of Dr.history Charles at the Arnade University, professor of ;, Held Saturday At thodist Citing church the in fact that our city.moral, .1 YY .x a New CommanderWith

South Florida visitor Christian concepts had their be-
and was a recent 'I To I
I local civic groups possibly lishment.NationalMiss
assemblies at the local schools. here and addressed the Historical : ginning in the constitution which S ;6t impressive ceremonies,
i Socety.: He pointed out' 5 Points Baptist was established by the original j the Theodore H. Hernandez Post
t I. I that there are many historical thirteen colonies, he said, "there j 1: t 54 of the American Legion installed
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1'1 Here for a couple of nightsthe papers concerning Amelia Island is a need to re-interpret the I new officers for the commg .
first of the week was Teresa stored in the National Ar- Funeral for Mrs. Mahaley Van- principal by which our founding; year Saturday night. The
d Castro, who many will remember I. chives at Washington. zant, 77, was ,held last Satur father lived and to re-examine I FHA Convention I 4 __ installation was held in the

I for her unselfish contribu-I Arradg said that these papers :' day at 2 p.m. at the Five Points.I recent holdings of our Supreme "I t _1t- Kraft Athletic. Club home at Ten

tion of the facilities of could be microfj'uied ata cost Baptist Church with Rev J. W. Court, particularly the recent Miss Marjorie Rauschert,, Acres with a large number of
1 1I I jacht as headquarters for the' of approximately $1,000 and 1 Keen officiating. Burial followed one relating to the prayers I daughter Df Mr. and Mrs. B. LRru Legionnaires, their wives and

, activities involved with i the dedica'tlon 1.that b-sL 4auU*. anslu&- .th D1.j. in Sand Ford Cemetery' atKfng8''Ferry" -+, which ..heretoforehave.sTbeen_ .. j'e- sShert, hyaa' been chosen as a it guests in attendance. ,, ....- "Ii '.
of the wefwntf4la1jJjirMlJanuary" freechgrge, ". 4. .cited, in schools. I delegate to the national convention The forty-fourth Installation
: With Teresa: along / *has "offd"o+ "A. Mrs. Vaijzafht) passed -axtav+ in I "We beJet in the ultimate of the Future Homemakers I of officers of the local post be
j There been> jO'
with other guests, was her an a local hopital.on June 27.|;; 1 value of, the individuals. If we lof America, which will be held gan with a stirring advance of
$300:> from one who prefers to
\ daughter Bernadette, who is fast remain ; if funds can \ She is survived by four daughters j allow anyone to threaten our : in Kansas City, Missouri, on the colors by Colonel Walter J.

making a name in the entertainment be raised anonymous to 'match that amount i Mrs, Ava Vonnah of Tampa Christian heritage we are per- July 8 through 11. Preston and Commander Thomas
world as a talented singer. and is Mrs. Amy Acosta, Mrs, mating the undermining of our The 33 delegates and eight L. Becton.
the
Society now attempting -
Recently on the Tonight show to secure the additional $500 Laurie Vonnah and Mrs. May- i way of life" he continued. "As advisors representing the stateof The invocation was given' by
with Johnnie Carson she was i belle Joyner, all of Fernandina i Jong as you support the church Florida, will assemble at Legionnaire Howard Wrench.
through public subscription.
the subject of an observation by Beach; a sister, Mrs. Maggie I of your choice, make your homea Tallahassee July 7 and ride to I Commander Albert Birth 'led
Walter Winchell that she had Corporate memberships in the' \IVingate of Fernand'na Beach; I place where your religion can Kansas City aboard a chartered the gathering in the Preamble
turned down several offers from Historical Society arc availablein eight grandchildre and two : flourish and give it all that you VISITING LEGIONNAIRES at the local installation of to the Constitution of the American -

Broadway showmen to return to the amounts of $10.00, $25.00 great-grandchildren. J have, America will prosper." bus.The theme of the convention I II officers Saturday night were, seated left to right, Ralph Legion and asked for a

the University of Florida and} and $1.00 with the first designated Ben Thorton of the Druid is, "Your Home A Key to A. Johnson, Department Adjutant; Margueritte E. Nor- few seconds of silent reverencefor

{drab1ete her studies. Winchell as regular, the second contributing Hills Kiwanis Club made up his the Future." The delegates will' man, Fifth District Commander; C. Lamar Cannon, Northern departed members. .

quipped that probably the education and the latter as a pa- i Beer Possession attendance, as did Bill Rankin be addressed by many prominent -, Area Department 'Vice Commander. Standing, left Hirth delivered a brief welcome

was needed to count all tion.The I of the Lancaster, Penna. Club, personalities, including Mrs. I to right, Raul Reyes, Department of Membership chair address and introduced
the miljions) she will inherit some recent excavation at the Nets and Edgar Forio of the Downtown (Continued on Page Five) man Robert D. Jordon, Department Judge Advocate local distinguished guests.
day. I found her to be a warm, site of Old Fort San Carlos by Youngsters Atlanta Kiwanis Club. ; ; He also presented C. Lamar
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friendly young lady with much a Florida State University class The Jacksonville Beach Kiwanis Frank Reyes, Department chairman; Cannon,. Northern Area Vj.e

of, .her mother's graciousness. I in archaeology has stimulated 90-Day Sentences : Club was represented at : Regular Garbage and Reggie Haney, Department of Aeronautics chairman. Commander who in turn presented

Next week, along with pictures considerable interest in the his. the meeting by the following: Collection Will Be -Photo- -by- --Tim--Davis- I! visiting distinguwjwd
which'Vere:, too late for this I torical significance of a number I I-Joe Gill Jim McGann. Walter : Legionnaires here for the in
week, I have a few sidelights on of sites here.Bryan County Judge J. E. (Gene show) '!I (Continued on Page Four) I Made On July 4 j jI Miss Selph NamedRepresentative i Methodist Vacation stallation.
I eatherford continued to I
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the Castro's visit here. Also I that drinking or possession of Jim Beard, Director of Public At ; Church School Set Following the introduction a
bere were the John McDonalds I j dinner of barbecued ribs and
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of Jljidto\ Station AVSM in l\ash-I RauschertAt with beer by severaly youngsters in his will court be as dealt he Lions Committees I Works garbage collection announced will today be made that : 1963 Girls State i July 8 Thru 12 I chicken with all the trimmingswas

vuler .) hn's infectioiiii: personalIty'Votf served cafeteria style.
friends here meted out two stiff sentences ; as usual on July Fourth. I Miss Sue Selph daughter of I Vacation Church School at Me-
lots of ,
him 48th After the delicious dinner
1 Kiwanis{ last week. S Named For YearBen He said that although it is a' : ,
(Continued on Page Four) Igiven I holiday for all city offices, the Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Selph, and {; morial Methodist church begins 1 (Continued on Page Four)
Two local youngsters were Monday, July 8 and continuesto
Clarke, newly installed Girl Stater by the -
sponsored
unusual amount of pickup at ,i
International MeetBryan individual sentences of 90lays July 12, from 9 to 11:30 each ,
Weathcrford NamedTo president of the Lions Club, this of the District
makes
I each for having beer in I his season year it American Legion Auxiliary, was J! morning. It is open to children Meeting,
assumed new post Tuesday imperative for the to '
crews of 108 delegates elected to'
Housing Authority their possession. one from Kindergarten through Junior BSA Cancelled
L. Rauschert, president !I night and as his first officialact work. ,
Beach Kiwanis !' They were apprehended by named his committees for the House of Representatives in I III ages.
Fernandina
.J.,.&. (Gene) Weatherford has I of the Deputy Sheriff John Bodine in Tallahassee last week. The theme of this year's schoolis Tom Lannon, District Chairman .
Club is attending the 4Sih I< the coming year. 1 I
been named as a commit:: ionvr I annual Convention of Kiwanis the beach recreation area. Those named are:. Ted Steger Attends The Senate and House were i "Friends Around the World." I announced today the regular

on the ]Housing Authority of International: in Atlantic City,: Attendance John Tiliakos, Journalism Workshop : organized on the campus of 1 At the close of the school on meeting of the Nassau District -
I Florida State University and there will be picnic in Boy Scouts of America,
the City of Fernandina Beach t-) New Jersey, June 30-July 4. : Nassau Community Doug Decker and Max Wesley. Friday a
fill the unexpired term of Rev. More than 16,000 Kiwanians I' Constitution and By-Laws At University of Fla. : held a 3-day legislative session the city park for all those that would not be held Friday nightas
Fund
who has been tians-. Chest-United at the capitoL have attended the classes. scheduled.
John Jonea, Garcia and
and their families from the Un- Col. E. V. George who .
Ted Steger, will be edi-
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hired to the Methodist Church : ited States, Canada, Mexico: and To Meet July 18A Lovesce. or of the Fernandina Beach ; -

at Venice, Fla. the Bahamas: are gathered in theCity Ladies Night Doug Decker, High School annual "The Pir- I
i The appointment was: made at \ of the Boardwalk for the meeting of the board of di- I T. W. Tilman and Jimmy Har- ite" next school is attendng '
year -
last week's meeting of the City four and a half day event. Con-1 I Lectors of the Nassau County I' rell. : a workshop in Gainesville rr
I Commission. The post: i is non- mention sessions are being heldin ; Community Chest-United Fund Finance and Budget Ma; .his week. R
political and carries no com pen- I Atlantic City's ConventionHall has been slated for Thursday, I Wesley and Clayton Sanders. The workshop is an annual':
July 18 at 7:30: p.m. in the con. i W. H. Melton,
sation.: the largest of its type in' Minstrel function of the School of Journalism .
i Other members of the Author- I the world. Merle H. Tucker, : !erence room of Container Ralph Kear and T. W. Tilman. at the University of

;O'' icy are H. S. Luke, chairman Gallup New Mexico radio station1uwncr I Corporation of America. I' Citizenship John McClaneand Honda and is attended by high

Kay Caldwell, vice chairman, G. I and president of Kiwanis I John Williams is president Frank Mayer. school editors from all over the
f II. Waas: Jr., and A. B Max- International, is: presiding. I for the current year and Ira I Community Betterment Ray state.
) elL John Barnes is: executive Principal speakers, in addi- Hall is chairman of the 1964 I CaldwelL
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t director. (Continued on Page Three) und campaign. I (Continued on Page Four) r
Ray Seville Named
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i : : Chuck Flenniken announced -
today that Ray Beville has

been named as treasurer of that
group.; :
i Seville will fill out the unex-

L a ,air f t pired term of the recently deceased !
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Post Office and Florida Xation- LIONS PRESIDENT rNEV BEN CLARKE is shown receiving the gavel from outgoing .
3.1 Bank will be closed for busi-
.LARGEST SHIP >EVER TO MAKE PORT HERE is the half with an extra 100 feet added in the midsection to ness Thursday, July 4, in observance : President John Tiliakos at installation ceremonies last week. Left to right, Bobby
create extra hold for The ship belongs to theCentral t Tilman second vice president Mike Fiala, secretary; George
Island which loaded 2270: tons of Rayonier pulp an cargo. : of the national holiday. Adams, treasurer; T. W. ;
"Green
Gulf Steamship Corporation of New Orleans and I Also closed Thursday, and Lovesee third: vice president; Clarke; Fred Morrow of Jacksonville, installing officer;
'Tor'transport to Bombay, India, last week. As shown the her is Oscar E. Geiger of Mobile Ala. Harbormaster : McKendree first vice president; Ralph Hear
captain Friday, will be the News Leader, I i Tiliakos; Max Wesley, director; Carson ,
.:5Q foot ship dwarfed the huge Rayonier dock. The George T Davis, who piloted the ship in and out I riving; management and staff ft 'II director; .Dtoig, Decker, Tail Twister; and Clayton Sanders, Lion Tamer.

f4$ reen Island" I U a former Liberty Ship that was cut 'in. of port, said that "she handled like a yacht,' j long holiday weekend. "*, w PNATQ IY T. Hi KINO

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Pale I Two 1ews.Leader: Fernanda: Beach: Florida! Thursday, July: 4, 1963 f removing any exemption on mot. total mileage traveled' where less specifically! exempted. This' ty of two psllars and fifty rents
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f State Tax i or vehicles purchased for exclusive used by common carriers in interstnte meant that retail dealers .who for the period of delinquency occurring .
I : I I : rental; two per cent tax and Grclg, commerce. cannot show the tax has FeVm in the first three months
FERNAND1NA BEACH NEWS-LEADER
Summary IssuedCornmissiou on self-propelled 'or power'drawn i Motor trucks' area pay the 7e paid to a registered wholesale' of the license year, and an additional "
511 ASH STREET PHOXES :$86 3687 TheNotion farm equipment used exclusively : tax on gasoline.,and diesel fuel :dealer are requird to accrue the two dollars and fifty cents
A John H. Pfrry Newspaper I by a farmer, and three per Cent ,i School books twfd:: ) in Junior : tax at retailer's cost and pay it for each additional three month

1lav. CJld'tie1t. Editor inJNATIONAL llaaaarktA9 I Counter By I on other machinery; equipment colleges and institutions of higher directly to the state. |period, or fraction, of delinquency -
l I I II and i ; olil: learning were brought under Interstate sales of these items thereafter.The .
I BY PAUL WARWlfrv 'I The present exemption to the tax.
by Florida wholesalers for extended the
: ( EDITORIAL Tallahassee Summary of I redistribution legislature
.1 NT t changes made by the 1563 Legislature farmers on seeds, feeds, fertilizers : A three per cent tax, subject or retail sales h :period to file application for a
i I r r o :' ( HASJC6TI3N I Like him or not and don't in expanding the 3 per and insecticides continues to prorathm based on nUeage: on other states are not taxable to refund from 18 months to three
J R j ask me! Harry S. Truman crat sales! and use tax and ether unchangc-d. all vehicles and parts thereof Florida under this provis'on.:
: used that middle! //Huta "5'" because revenue sources was announced The tax limitations on indus- ;used in Florida by interstate Deliveries must be by interstate years from the date the paymentis

ABC AUniTED MID CIRCTLATION 'I it didn't mean ,anything today by J. Ed Straughn, direc- trial machines, equipment, parts common carriers, and subject to : common carrier, the U. S. mailsor made into the state treasury.--
Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office I: at all. Let's let the estimable tor of the Florida Revenue Comrassion. and accessories' was raised from a $5,000 limitation, was approved by the instate de&1ff7', who --

Fernandioa Beach Florida u second class mail matttr. ; Truman take his expensive! The tax changes became 41,000 to $SOOO on each single It applies to airlines, rail must provide proof of delivery DO AWAY withGARIUGE
Subscription Rates: ;hattan walk every morning lb.n-I effective July 1. :1: transaction roads and trucking concerns. AH'' outside this state. TAX

$t t fear $125 G montha S1.25 3 Months now on and let's us- ,conduct : Straughn said there have been I,i A three per cent tax was imposed other purchases, however, are Retail store operators face a
$4.50 a year oat of county I things closer at, home. misconceptions relative to the I' on gasoline and other fuels fully taxable stiffer penalty if they are delinquent VOTE RIGHT
I --, -- --- ------ I If you have a grain ef curiosity application of sales and use tax sold in Florida for use by aero-i i A five per cent tax was placed in obtaining l:censes. ELECT
!. in :your systems, rOll will .on repairs to tangible personal nautical devices and ra'lroack: at the 'wholesale level on all The Revenue Commission is authorized -
1 YOU CAN HELP MAKE THIS COME TRUE I: Have wondered about these Fer- property. A tax was applied to The tax shall be prorated based fishing, hunting camping, swimming to collect in addition to HERB 1 WHITE I

aaMina Beach residents. And labor performed in the repairs, on... mileage traveled in Florida and diving equipment, un the amount of tax due, a penal
?1 what their in'tiais! mean. Tra- installation and maintenance of'' --- ---- -- --- -- --- ----

I 1| man's didn't mean anything 'tangible personal property, not --- -

: these mean something. real property, he explained.Repairmendealers .
I ft II We've all heard about GeorgeS. are required
I'I I Fox. We all know George* by the amended law to collect
I. ;but how about the"S.." Well and remit tax on the total sell- ,

'I trfl you. It stands for Stenrt.I ing pnee, which now includes
t Feel better! both parts and labor. j i
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Walk! on down the street from
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i the Keystone Hotel to the Post, with transient rentals was changed :

f Office and whom do you find to include duplex apartments.,
Apartments containing three or
6 iOj Bill Melton, our postmaster. ,
units covered ,
BU's name, Lord "love him, is more family were
I William Holmes Melton, and he previously. i i i
r wT. !|swears by it. Lord love him I The period of tax coverage '
r was extended from 6 to 12 I Prices Slashed On
.9 aain. Farther on, there is John i, ':
% at'
r 1! months for a tenant staying
Eldridge Partin, who never :gives!
anyone hotel, motel, apartment j
i lamself full billing. Just EldJjiMgre.
more house, rooming house, tourist or j
Fernandina needs
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folks like Eldridge. I trailer camp. I j' Gas Ranges .:. Water Heaters

J. ri : I Few people around this area limitations Straughn provided.said there One were states two,i

41.t i I will admit they are not quite !II that any person who, on the effective I

j t t I dose buddies buddies with J. C." I Ij date of the act, shall StAVe Now On THIS Bargain pecHaD a
(j Bennett They call him "J. C. have resided continuously for six'

V'a h I Bat how many of these admirers :, months at any one place shall I
( know that Bennett's initials
be deemed to qualify for the exemption
t!i stand for Jesse Columbus? i in the act, so : $
., set forth USED RANGES 9S USED WATER HEATERSPlus
t I (h .Atlantic Avenue, also, is I II long as that person shall continue -
7 the firm of Lewellen's. The gen-1 I
i. I to reside at the same
jiai:' proprietor generally, is caUI place. : Plus

led I "Lew". Thats not his name The other limitation providesthat -
I at all. He is Reed Thomas Lewi i' shall be imposed on'
1 no tax Cylinder Installation Cylinder Installation
t ellen initials "R. T. I rooms provided guests where :
; Everybody knows Bill Hardee, I there is no consideration involved ,
|over at the hardware store. But ; between the guest and the :

I I how many know he really is Ira public lodging establishment. tow\ DOWN PAYMENTS LARGE SELECTION OF
William Hardee? Give a man In the area of admissions, the
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A Vacation That Would Benefit All I his dignity and plenty of patronage ,' law was expanded to include

f With tit July Fourth holiday weekend in the .offing I We can! go farther than that. {viewing or participating in all ;,, EASY TERMS ( .
sport orj
types of amusement R A N G E S
i and the prediction 0 f a record number of deaths on the 1 I Summon justice! Here we have recreation, show, game or ex '

I highways it seems a flood time to suggest a vacation for'I Judge Gene Weatherford. How hibition, including green fees L-P GAS DELIVERY "
an undeserving person. j many know his full' name? It is clubs 1
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Yes, you read it right, an undeserving person be-:! nothing more nor less than .Judge i ii providing recreational facilities. AND SERVCE, t TO CHOOSE FROM

I cause we are referring to .All:. HIGHWAY DEATH. I[Joseph Eugene Weatherford -: such facilities shall include, but
iwmenclatural mouthful than
Yea don't have to provide money for this vacation, i if '! lJ a tire dare not deny. : not be limited to golf and, boating tennis, BUILT INS OR FREE STANDING

f just COMMON[ SENSE, which is something that all of u* I' Tha clerk of the court, D. 0. :' swimming, -yachting '
facilities.
have but do not always use when we get behind! the wheels ;,OxJt.y, is by no means a ditto -i Civic, fraternal and religious j'

of our cats :: he is Dean Owens Oxley, and let ; clubs and organizations are excluded 'I i Good Housekeeping Gas COo

A All the accident preventing: do's and dcn'ts boil down i ItO man forget it. I from this provision.On .
I' to the attainment of safe driving habits: through the simple j!1 And my genial boss, RayjCaMxiein ': or after December 20, 1963, :
I Nice enough If you will be imposed on admissions ]25.5146
application of commcn sense. the tax Phone 225.5146 Yulec FloridaGIANT
aught in his middle : ,
pet a pinch, of all athletic events ofhigh YULEE, FLA.
; Ii all l.l.of us drive safely we can stop the slaughter en, i I, naire is Franklin'\ schools, junior colleges andother

I II our roadways by sending Mr. Highway Death on a long :i, institutions of higher edu-
l vacation from his proverbial grim reaper role. '1 The American public spends :i r tion. Elementary, junior high -- -- ------- -- ------ -
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.1 Won't you hlp? vx schools, deaf and blind

its daily newspapers. ___ I j jJ 1 institutions I.. ... '

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J jj A three per FAB
: mL \ r tax will be charged en races and
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current tax imposed was exflud- ,
ed from the base price against ',
which the sales tax is now ap 32 oz. can
Tomato Juice $1 '
plied. 4 For
The amendment to the law
mi CAR SHOPPING MINUS provides for a tax on the rental
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rental of motion picture
film where an adm's ion is Tomatoes SC
the film. 16 0%. can 'V J
charged for viewing

srss, i MONEY WORRIES (' The sales tax was removed LIMIT TWO WITH $3.00:> FOOD ORDER
from the cost of funerals, but -- --
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funeral directors to pay tax on
j all tangible personal propertyused

I jI : You can leave all money worries behind services.in connection with their Coffee ,10 0%. 99c '

when you shop for a car .by leaving M Changes in the law regarding LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
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rental price of motor vehicles; 12 0%.
field/1 f compare values right and left, checkall
LIMIT ONE WITH $3.00 FOOD ORDER I
"deals," to get the best value. Whereveror I Pfc Ronald JohnsonIn -- -

Armed Display In CHINA TOWN. Pkg. '[ WALDORF- Assorted
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or whatever you buy, you can finance your Long Grain

purchase at the lowest possible cost, on the Germany For JFK KIM IK ,
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most convenient terms, right here. : Army PFC Ronald W. Johnson, LIMIT( TWO
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in to get all the facts and figures about our ,, artillery and engineer equipmentin
honor of President John F. 32 Oz. Drink

.-.. auto loans! You'll be glad you did! Kennedy's visit in Hanau, Germany ,i
June 25. Peaches 3lbs. 29c :

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Auxiliary l "'2T Miss Edens Weds Gerald PurvisuIJ I To Be Bride of David Pickett News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 4, 1963 Page Three

I Installs OfficersIn
I burgh, Pa., spent Friday here as at the University hospital at I
I Ceremony June 25 I The engagement and approaching the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Gainesville. Mr. Lofton's illness i[ Bryan Rauschert

marriage of Miss Joy Glenn t\ R. Pikula. Mr. and Mrs. Evans is due to a previous accident He :
The American Legion Auxil Beville to David Shiell Pickett is Continued from One
i I 'and family formerly resided: in is reported improving nicely. (I ( Page ) _
iary, Theodore H. Hernandez announced this week by her par- u. : this city and are leaving this tion to President Tucker, are
Post 54, held its installation cere-'- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beville. month for San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Mary Tripode of Lodi, I The Honorable Dean Rusk, U. S.

mony on June 25, at the American -,) The bridegroom-elect's parentsare > where they will reside., Mrs. I I New Jersey, left Monday after a I Secretary of State; Max Freedman -
Legion HalL Mr. and Mrs. George Cecil Y:: Evans and -children are visiting I three weeks' visit with her brother 1 I syndicated Washington

The installation was held by I II Pickett, Sr. in Jacksonville for several week James Scordo, of 8th St. I columnist; Ward L Quaal, Executive -

I the district officers as follows: ', 1 Mr. Pickett graduated from with her mother, Mrs. B. B. Mrs Tripodo will go on to AUb-1 I Vice-Presidcnt and Gen-

:I Installation officer, Ora Buckley; Fernandina Beach High School in Brown. urndale to visit her other. eral Manager of WGN, Inc.,
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J Secretary, Teresa Haddock; Chap- 1962 and is now Airman 2c with ., ;. er, George Scordo. Chicago; and the leaders of Ki-
lain, Bertha Roueham; Sargeant- the U. S. Air Force stationed at Friends of Mrs. Lee Young- Mr. and Mrs. Kasley Thomas I I wanis' two sponsored youth organizations -
at-Arms, Adel Zcitlou; Historian, Eglin Field, Fort Walton Beach. blood will be sorry to hear of last II. Pettus Randall
in Tallahassee.
I spent weekend I
Katherine Hirth. I : The wedding will be solemnized her confinement MlSt. Lukes i III i president of Key Club Inter-
The officers taking the oath j hospital in Jacksonville. national, the high school service
afternoon
26
Friday July at
for the coming year are: President Linda and Cndy Thomas are organization for boys and JamesS.
six o'clock at Memorial Methodist \ Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hamilton
Mignon Fink; 1st Vice- Mathews, president of CircleK
I 1'rtb.dcnt, Edna Weimer; 2nd' Church. A reception will follow spent several days last week with i in Milton visiting their grand- International, the college

Vice-President, Pearl Jones; Sec. at the home of the bride, 113 relatives in Chipley and Vernon. mother this week. men's* service group.

j ictary, Dolly Kaney; Treasurer, South 16th Street. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Saucer and,I Mrs. Harold W. Dork and children I An afternoon ladies event featured -

Ltta: Mae Lambright; Historian, r/'V No invitations are being sent children, Kather.ne and Stuart, '! Debbie and Jerre, will arrive I a fashion show, "The
Eloise- Gill; 1st. Sargeant-at- but all friends of the couple are of Ocala, spent last weekend with Sunday for a visit with her I I World We Live In," with Jacquelyn
I Arm, Christine Clark; Assistant 1' .% 4 'k mother Mrs. James R. Jeanne Mayer, Miss Am-
4''p +f ,ti J h, invited. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. D.' L.ynn. I :
I Sargeant-at-Arms, Mable Stal- 4, I Lohman. They were accompaniedby I: erica,' and a court of Miss Amer
naker. I 0.: -- Peggy Futch, Sybil Wrench ica state contest winners.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Price, also
social hour in1 I and Mrs. M. M. Orton have returned
A followed the
cf Ocala. Highlights include an inspira-
,
% b ja home after week
stallation. a spent tonal: musical "In Memoriara"
a..y.y; '.4 y P PERSONALS Mrs. Sadie Sheffield returned' in Franklin, N. C., visitng Mrs.Orton's .
program on Sunday evening,
home Friday after two weeks in brother and sister-in-law,I
Morning Coke '/s JNhL I June 30 at the Convention Hall;
( N ,. 'plfgZr. Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L M. Crowder. !
t b a musical evening with Fred War
Party Compliments I Miss Sue Thompson has returned Mrs. B. T. McNally returnedto Laurence Wood and Mrs. Mary Peggy is the granddaughter of j ing and his Pennsylvanians on
home after spendingsome her home in Orlando Farwell. I Mrs. Orton and grandniece of
Monday
I Wednesday, July 3 and a
Miss Jo Ann Owens ; spe-
time in California with after spending several days here Mr. Crowder. While in Franklin I
cial patriotic feature, "The Pageant -
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Williams
her sister. Sue left I they visited points of
in
to her
Monday i visiting brother-in-law and many I "
Miss JoAnn Owens of the Flag, presented by
bride-elect have recently returned!
attend classes at the Michael-I sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Pik- terest. |
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cadets from the Pen acola Florida
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of August 17, was honored witha from extended to Texas i iI r
an trip i
angelo Hair Styling Academy. j ula and brother and sister in-
Coke party in the home of Mrs. I and were in Dallas for the Presbyterian -, Mr. and Mrs. Hojt Lofton. had I; Naval Air Station who por-
law, Dr. and Mrs. Jas. B. Stew-1 I I
Charles Grant, Saturday, June 29. : Miss Pam Hall I, former resident -| Men's Convention. Mr. as their guests, last weekend, i hay, in costume, the history of

Miss Owens along with her Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pun'is is visiting with her uncle, art I Williams is a ruling elder in the ; Mrs. Lofton's mother, Mrs. J. M. : the American flag and the flags

I mother, Mrs. W. C. Owens, greeted Young Hall, and family. Pam Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Johnson First Presbyterian Church in Gore, her sister, Mrs. Joyce i i that preceded it from the time
the 25 guests between the A beautiful double ring cere- and sweetheart tulle bows held arrived last week. and daughter, Miss Kay i Fernandina Beach. Glausier, and Mrs. Irene Curies, I.' of Columbus to the AmericanRevolut"on

hours of 10 and 12 noon. mony Saturday afternoon, June with white satin ribbons. Johnson, left Thursday for Los I all of Camilla, Ga. on Thursday, July 4.

The dining table was overlay 20: ,' in Memorial Methodist I Mrs. Edens chose for her Angeles, Calif where they will I I Lt. Dee Lofton, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Knight

with u linen cloth, and centered I Church, united in marriage Miss daughter's wedding, a beige chose a becoming blue print silk spend a month with Mrs. John- : Mis. Hoyt Lofton, is home from and daughter, Peggy Futch, hadas Management Policy

with a bowl of white gladiolus Jeanne Louise Edens and Gerald linen ensemble complimentedwith dress with blouson bodice and I son's brother-in-law and sister, Ft. Bcnmng, Ga. on a two-week I Ii their guests the week-end,
over
and Ross Purvis. The Rev. Nelson P. gray and olive trim. She pleated skirt. She wore white Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Stevens. (leave. All engagement pictures must
roses.
and Mrs. Eddie Norris and
j Moyer, pastor, performed the wore matching accessories. accessories and the white rose-I I'i I Mr. be in the office of the News:
Mrs. Don Piper, assisted by ceremony at two o'clock. I bud corsage from her Bible. F. Stewart Osborn and son, Don Caldwell, son of Mr. and two sons from Columbus, Ga. I Leader on Friday, for publication -
Mrs G. W. Boles, sister of the Immediately following the While in Fernandina Beach, Mr.
is Out of town Will, of Coconut Grove, were recent Mrs. Ray Caldwell returned I the following week.
The bride the daughter of guests were E. 11.1
I a reception held with Mr
bride served iced Cokes, :small ceremony was I and Mrs. Norris visited
Waters of Alma Ga. R. of Mr. and home Sunday after being in Puerto The management's policy is
cakes and mints. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Edens, II in Parish Hall. Mrs. Helen Solo L. guests Mrs. M. and Mrs. Robert W. Futch.
I Sr. of this city. The bridegroomis mon and Mrs. Evelyn Stinson fin of Hoboken, Ga., Mrs.\ Ina R. Pikula. Rico on a two weeks' Marine that engagement pictures will
The hostess: presented the hon- the son of Mrs. Mary Purvis I served the bride's cake and Miss, Purvis, Vernon Purvis, Mr. and Reserve Training Course. Miss Clara Puletti from Eynon, be limited to a one column engraving

I our i with an appropriate gift and the late Ross R. Purvis of Patsy Jones and Mrs. Sandra I Mrs.\ Johnny Purvis, Susie and '' Mr. and Mrs. George II. White- Pennsylvania, is visiting this unless a larger engraving
I ide returned Sunday to their PFC. Jeannette C. Beard,!
is furnished b/ the subject.
Mershon, Georgia. Hoffman presided at the punch Annie Purvis, and Miss Judy I' home in Brewton, Ala., after a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.I week with her brother Frank
Women Ann Garner, all of Jacksonville,
;I Presbyterian Branched candelabra holding bowl. visit here with Mrs. Whiteside's Beard, is home on a two-week Puletti and family.
Plan Annual Picnic lighted cathedral tapers provided Mrs Janice Lohman kept the and Mrs. Hyman Martin of I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. leave. Jeannette is stationed at I PFC James D. Mock arrived
the background for stately bride's book. Odum, Ga. Courter. Ft. McCellan, Alabama. Mrs. Hoyt Lofton and Mss i by plane from Ft. Polk, La. 'to
I i I At Jackson Home floor baskets holding massive The couple will be at home toj I Brenda Beard visited Sunday I spend twenty days with his .par
Ij arrangements of white chrysanthemums For their wedding trip to St. ,friends at Rt 2, Box 152, Jesup, Mrs. Jas. G. Evans and daughter Friends of Ilojt Lofton will be with Mr. Lofton at the University : ents, Mr. and Mrt. James L.

j, The Women of the First Presbyterian and gladiolia, placed on Simon's Island, Ga., Mrs.\ Purvis1 I Ga. Jane, and son, Ben, of Pitts- sorry to hear of his confinement hospital in Gainesville. Mock 1 and sitter, La\' rne,
Church will hold their each side of the altar. -

annual July picnic meeting at As the guests assembled Mrs. ..... ...,,-
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Mrs. Phillip Jackson's residence: L K. Nolan organist, provideda : the Cellulose
i on Ihe river in Nassauville. The If you took away Rayonier
time :set is Wednesday, July 10th, program of nuptial music.:. The ,
I at 1 p.m. Each member is: to bring traditional wedding marches were

I a covered dish. used. what do you suppose would be left?

I Mrs. Wm. T. Oliver will pre- The bride had as her matronof
honor, Mrs Carolyn Schwartz
sent a brief review of Elton ITVRN THE PAGE AND SEE
I Truxblood's book, "The Companyof who was attired in a street
the Committed." The book is length dress of white embroid-

I helpful in understanding the mis- ued organza over mint green ..?' : "trns rtP. ttiP! ulugrrtrh'r.*fmMiYxuwtmnundliPlir.iEii! I I Ii ''if ':gllpI! I n {
sioij of the Church in witnessing taffeta. She wore a matching *--
for Christ in everyday activities. lower hat and carried a bou- I ""
quet of orange chrysanthemums. j I .. o'j -
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I: Miss Mary Jean Purvis was
I bridesmaid and wore a dress '
Stork Club
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I :I Ii of white embroidered organza I r 11' tiff yi ll r 'It

i II Decent arrivals at Humphreys Ii i iI i over yellow taffeta. I ] I .
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A Randal Edwar.drboin for his brother and ushers were -- i I : .:.:.::... .r..r.......a:r..i.F .iii: cite;... :.:.: II..., .I...,,I n...1.. ........ I I l .1!.,i',,lul y I .. :. .Viii' I :
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Given in "
marriage by her t: I I .I ylryra::: ,- I?i ik .
aA daughter, Sherry Lynette, brother, Clarence J. Edens, Jr.,
, Lori June 4 to Bobbie and Clarence the bride was radiant in her Ila +I-' : ; .Ie '
Lyle, 2213 Florida Ave.A wedding gown of frosty white \i u':1' : i 1 + r _= $$_! g" 1 = i / 5a r

silk tuile and re-embroidered AI-

daughter, Cynthia Charlenc, ,encon lace. The fitted lace bod
born JunY'1 to Charlene and ice, re-cmbroideied in sequins,
Floyd Lohman, 18:) South Fletcher. was enhanced with a scalloped

bateau. neckline, short scalloped

A daughter, Ellen Michele, sleeves: and Empire waistline.The : E::
bum June J 9) to Wand and O'Neal bouffant skirt of ruffled .

\\cit, Rt 2, Hilliard.V tiers of silk tulle featured a ....
front overskirt of tulle edged

son, Robert Dennis, born I with a deep border of scallopedlace
' June 11 to Ola and Robert flyers, forming a circular apron
USD: ) North 14th St. to compliment the tiered ruffles

in back. Her elbow length veil -
. A son, Edward Wimbish! 111,
of silk illusion was caught to aQueen's
born June 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
crown of seed pearls
ward W. Lloyd, Jr., White St.
featuring a single teardrop at f

A daughter, Julie Norman, the forehead point She carried r..
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born June 20 to Martha and John a white Bible topped with a bou- I 1 ..
W.' Williams, Yulec. cuet; of white rosebuds: interspersed ; --- j41i
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A son, Carl David, born June In ACII'S Money to better

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Page Fur "- News-Leader, Feniandiiia Beach, Florida Thursday, July 4, 1963 'I II t "*
,--- Miss Jo Ann Owens To Wed Lions Committee Stevens-Lovett Plans Told

distinguished record of serviceto ceremony of the Legion was used I
InstallsContinued (Continued from Page One)
Legion her country. by Commander Norman and her a:. rI
installing team.Following ParliamentarianCol, E. V,
Installed as new officers were
Garcia.
( from Page One) T. W. Tilman, Commander; Mel-I his acceptance of Sight Conservation Ralph

Commander Albert Hirth recog. vin F. Dougherty, First Commandership of the local post, Hear, Carson McKendree and I
nixed a number who had aided Commander; Carson A. :McKen- Tilman presented Ralph A. John- Bob Talton. _

the Legion materially in the past dree, Second Vice Commander; I son, of Pinellas Park. ,,Johnson Public Relations John Me I
Keceifin citations! were H. W. Lawrence B. Shank, Adjutant; : is state Department Adjutantand Clcne! and Bobby Adams. __

Fishier, local attorney, Bill Alex- J. C. Stalnaker, Finance Officer I Finance Officer. Convention Ray Caldwell

under, manager of radio station Howard G. Wrench, Chaplain; I Johnson gave an inspiring address John Hutthin and Louis Lowe arxrir

W.P AP, and Ray Caldwell, Kasley Thomas, Historian; John on Americanism, with a + Safety Louis Lowe and a\
News.Leader editor. I T. Ferreira, Service Officer; I I number of sidelights on recent *L : Pete Pappas.

Installation of Officers was Uoyd Uffelman, Sgi. at Arms; I, rulings that are of vital. concernto Stag Nights Jimmy Graves, r\ "
made. by Fifth District Commander i, and Executive Committeemen, I II ; the Legion. I-__ __ ( '- < Louis Reese and John Tiliakos.

Marjjueritte E. Norman I I lep May and Thomas A.. Kaney.i f Other honor guests were Robert Bulletin George Lovesee a

of Daytona Beach, who holds a The impressive candlelight i i D. Jordon of Gainesville, and Clayton Sanders. k
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Department Jude Advocate; Education Marvin Connelly.
1 j Frank Reyes: of Jacksonville, Health and Welfare Forrest ak

: Department of Americanish Oz urn.i .
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i Raul : of Gain- Membership Development _

Q eGO\{{ ee I csville. Carson McKendree, Jimmy Har-
'ship chairman; and Reggie rell and Mike Fiala.
\ Haney, Department Chairman of Lions Information Andy
\\\eb\Jdge'' Aeronautics. I[ Anderson and Bobby Adams. *
: I Visitation Bob Talton andT. $ 1i :
The benediction was given b7 ::
1 Po t Chaplain Howard Wrench. r W, Tilman.
I or (inTake The entire group repeated the Induction of New Members rx ,\yU : a
'Carson McKendree and Col E. \J flrpi
Pledge of Alleg'ance: to the Flag': V. Garcia. a\ t, ,.' a:
and Colonel Preston and Commander !
a number of burs large and small, and combine -I : Flowers Dr. Cecil Brewton
Becton retired the colors. ) :
/ them all together Into a single loan. Nothing works fasteror I and Jimmy Graves.
Following of the
adjournment I Civic Louis
better than a G.A.C.;consolidation loan'when the family installation ceremonies, round' e. 1l l 4t t Improvement -
Reese and Andy Anderson. '
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i You'll like.the way we handle everything. Terms to suit I. U rmanec.
Agriculture Frank Mayer.:
I your pocketbook. Hear : T |I Reception John Tiliakos, : \1'I I I I1
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G.A.C. FINANCECORPORATION Proctor, Ish Brant, and Jim Cos- and approaching marriageof .. .-Moulton was graduated and pianist, Mrs. Ruth Conner. The wedding of Miss Elda The bride-elect is the daughter:

tello.The Miss Jo Ann Owens to Mer. from the Red Oak High School Charlotte Stevens to Duane Den. of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Stevensof
Jacksonville Beach group till Monroe Moulton and attended the University of nis Lovett will be solemnized Yulee. Mr Lovett is the son of
is made
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brought with them an alligator ]her Mr. and\ William I Omaha. He is employed in Or. I Sunday afternoon, July 28, at Mr. and Mrs M E. Lovett of a
parents Mrs. -
AMOUNt 'AYMunS roe which was sponsored by theStuart I three o'clock in St. Michael's I Blackshear, Georgia.
I Cary Owens. Mr. Moulton is lando by a pharmaceutical com ( from Page One)
Kiwanis Club which
YOU en and Catholic Church
MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS 12 MONTHS I Immediately following the
1 the of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
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scheduled to be sent to the pany. in January and he gave out with
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Moulton of Red Oak, Iowa. The held 8 lot of for Amelia Island .
Kiwanis International Convention wedding w ll be at a publicity 'I
at the Woman's Club. No invita.
160.00 S 9.9 0.79 11.67
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now being held at Atlantic Miss Owens is a graduate of p.m., August 17, at the First via WSM on his return. On lag tourney staged last weekend tions are being sent but all
25.00 24.16 I 28.35 30.69 2.50 City. But the young gator appeared Fernandina Beach High School r Baptist Church of this city. A this visit he pcked: Exteen Cor- by the Outboard Sport Fishing j I friends of the couple are,'invitedto
600,00 34.39 39.3" 2.66 59.3.5 indisposed for the visit j and Stetson University and is will follow at the bett as his advisor and cut some 'I Club of Jacksonville leads me I the ceremony and reception.
reception
and the club bigwigs feared a : tapes on "pogy" fishing in this : to wonder why competition of
308 Atlantic Avenue plane trip to the International :church. aiea. Mrs. Castro remembered i, this sort is not promoted here. I Miss Stevens is a graduate of
Fernandma Beach High School
Convention might spell the end sided in his absence. : Friends of the couple are invited the Jeff Bowers and especially With the terrific harbor facili- !i :
Ftrnandlnd leach,Florida and is employed with the Florida
of the young gator and turned Kiwanians were reminded to : to attend. David for courtesies extended ties, the new City Marina, and I National Bank at Fernandina
Telephone 261-3681 him loose. be at the Ball Park at G p.m. on in January and the party en. : the nearness of unexcelled fish. !
Beach.
Office Club President Bryan Raus-: 'Thursday, July: 4th, in preparation : I "A dog's life can't be too bad. joyed a meal at the Blue Seas, : ing such a tourney should be a'
Hours; Dan, f-S Wdntday t Sohf Joy ,.1 2
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chert is presently attending the for the 8 o'clock fireworks Somebody else pays his taxes," "Dineaurant" on Monday night. natural here. Mr. Lovett is a graduate of
__!L 1oIV1 CONVINIINT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE International Convention. Reed I display which they will put on W. H. Goldthorpe, Cuba City I ok I Blackshear High School and now

l Lewellen, past president, prej j that night. : (W s.) Tri-County Press. The success! of the annual fishil A Mississippi judge has come I holds fsvvntf. a America position. with Container
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'\ KEUP IT'S A JOB i t Who's the target, the pushy 1 1 : '
CHURCH OK COD OF BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH ; a. 1. I have been looking for part- people er the dancing girls? Miss'Rauschert

, PROPHECYRev. 429 South 6th Street time work to make some money, '' Since yea net defeat at the eastside f'
II. C. Drury, Pastor Rev. John O'Xeil. Pastor I but everywhere I go they ask if try the west side While (Continued Front Page One)

10-00: a.m. Sunday School Sunday Services: | t T t I, know shorthand and tvpin! I you're busy stepping to mike the Stewart Udall, wife of the Seti
t Training Union _____ 7:00 pan. 10:00: AJI. Sunday School i 14 never learned anythink like this. switch', maybe yra too, win be rotary of the Interior, Washington
,. Evening Worship 8.00 11:00: A.M. Morning Worship : 1 Iat I What do you think I should do? taught np in the whirl! D. C, Mrs. Carolyn ,ffwfc
pm Davis 195142 National! FHA 1 1Trusul'ff
" Wed Night Prayer (:30 pm. >......_..___._._ B.T.U. __ ::4 1t i I'M very presentable |
i Meeting __._ 8 p.m. 7'00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service 1, 9 MR, 2 1I I 0. K., Battle Creek, Mich. I DEAR TEACHERAll Dr. Richard, Quincy IGeaiee Florida, Visiting, an
Wednesday: 7-30 pm. Evening Worship ) YOeER You should run, not walk, to I my life I served as a faculty Associate Professor of
I Tuesday: I I the nearest business school or vocational member in a college. I taught Economics University of
C.LYAIYPTlST CHURCH 7:00: p.m. ._..._.... .. VNUntion'I classes. Ton typist and courses in philosophy: and have 119
Seattle W ashinn.
I Rsilev: Road LAST su n.Y OF TilE :t M If wltk UdmA << I sfenoranher are always in de. written several textbooks. Most of ingt&n, .
J. C. BYRD PASTOR MONTH r ; mand! You sound very presentable the books are now out-of-print. ; In a I less serious vein, lh$

Sunday School ..........._... 10 A.M. I 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion i and verv inept! You may Lately I re-married, moved to a delegates will have the chanceto
I Morning: Worship ............11 A.M. 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer : e. 4 w., REVIVE OR RELAX THEM? I want t. read our booklet bv Norman suite in a retirement hotel, but we Al! H-rt in "Carnival1 ti
Evening Service .......... 7:30: P.M. and Sermon aw4k. t 1 ; Brokenshire, "20 Ways", I II discovered that life is still rather I'and visit such famous places 3t
I'm the first I I telling about moiey-making hob. the Nelson Art GaUery, the IA
of What
f *r & b 11:15 A.M. Church School president a empty. I need, of course is *
I TABERNACLE \PTIST 5:00 PM. Episcopal! Young 1 1Here's newly-formed ladies church group.I i I bies. A post card request will be to renew my feelings of usefulness eity Memorial, and the Trumatj
niURCii Churchmen ., 1i Lovely women, but they really ,' answered post haste. It's fer free. ': and to recover my contact I Library. ,
Amelia Road! Phone .ACHURCH- Y Y i don't want to do anything except I'I i I with the world of the mind. I fee! Miss Uauschert bas made, out
2i1.31SiRev OF CHRIST hold some meetngs! listen to a I, "SEW" WHAT? |i strangely hesitant about a reentry I standing contributions to the;
( Loyd Chambers: Pastor South 11th Street 'I' .fit Ost wq x ; little talk on something or other, :: When I was a 10-year-old boyi into teaching. I'm not certain FHA chapter at Fernandiw
Sunday School ..._ 10 a.m. Kenneth L Jones, Minister "-"" "" "' ""'"'' -" 'P-niT'iHlt.'JMB tf;' then have tea and leave. I or- I was laid up with pneumonia. To of the proper procedure. Beach High School She has
I Morning Worship _, 11 a.m. Sunday Bible Study 10:00 a version of ever-popular Lobster Newburg developed by i ganized bus tours, sightseeing I,[ amuse me, my mother and three I' served as chapter secretary fort
Evening Worship .._._.._ : ? : a.m. Borden home economists. A fine meatless meal idea-it ex- I Professor, Jamaica, L. I.
is 'eco.
7pm. Morning Worship .... 11:00 ajn. nomical,too! I cursions, boat rides! etc., but they i, sisters taught me to sew. I enjoyed There's no *V per procedure1. two years, earned two degrees:
I Wednesday Service _....._ 7 p.rn. : all it. Now I'm 68 retired I Ii of achievement, attended the
and
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Evening Worship .. 7:00 pm. Lobser. I flopped. Nobody cared to do' Dear Prrfessor. But there are wvrral :
''rFIRST -.J:* *{f Shrimp Newburg in Croustades thin j i And till enjoy sewing and Florida convntion two and
Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30: any ?. How can I revive them em desirable avenues to explore : years
PRKSRYTERIANrnrnrn ; p.m. (Makes S servings) Miss Anna, Indiana broidery. I entered two hand-em You might submit one or mere of i was recently elected to serve as,
I (Held at various members homes) 2 tablespoons butter 1.114 cups homogenized milk Why not try leaving them broidered bedspreads in a county I your books to paoerback publishers Chapter President during 1900..1
Rer. John Dozier, Pastor Wednesday! : Mid-Week Bible 1/2 2 tablespoons teaspoon salt flour 1 egg yolk,well beaten alone? These gals seem to know fair and won two first-place hone' for reprint Paperbacks have ,

8:30: A.M. !1 Study..... ................. .7:20 p.m. 1/8 teaspoon dry mustard 1/2 1 cup cup heavy(one 4-1/2-oz.cream can) what they ,,ant. They prefer the ors. Nobody knew a man embroidered come into their own bringingfine I ;64.Tax I
Worship S'rvtees; ; .11-On) : A. M. I I Thursday: Lades Class 10:30: a.m. Dash pepper cooked jumbo shrimp I mild and unstreiuirus! so settle them. My wife is a very understanding books at cheapest cast to i Collections I
Sunday Srhftol! _____ JHi: ;; A.M (Held at various members homes) 1 Few grains cayenne 1 cup (one 5-or. can) for that. If you must! be an or. 'woman and is proudof readers. Next you might insert a
i Youth Meetings! ._. f:00: P.M. -A- -trtr cooked lobster meat ganizer, work out some pleasant my embroidery. In fact, she Classified Ad in newspapers to '
'v 'frb ST. MICH,VEL'S CATHOLIC Melt butter in top of double boHer, over hot water. Blend in ways for fund-raiding for the often tells people that she's wearing i iI announce that you are starting Increase Over '62
I ST. PATHS UTTHERAN CHURCH flour and seasonings. Slowly stir in milk. Cook over low heat church, such as cake and candy I dresses that I embroidered; classes in philosophy. The hotel
CHURCH Rev. W. J. Holmes, Paster until smooth and thickened. In small bowl, combine beaten ,egg sales, a covered dish lunch, a lit. In my opinion, this is as much a'I management would probably be1 States
Amelia I yolk with cream. Stir into thickened mixture. Continue to cook tie white-elephant .auction? I ISE I hobby as wood-carving or painting I TALLAHASSEE -
City Near intersection Sunday Mass: 2nd, 4th until mixture thickens again. Add shrimp and. lobster meat. Heat, deli g heed to make) a classr oJftavailable Comptroller Ray E. Green said
else. I work
AM Sunday 7:30 a.m. thoroughly over hot, not boiling, water. IOR"SIZE" I'I. or anything on an for its publicity value. !, today June sales and use tax
A. F. GerMiardt. PaMor Sunday Mass! 1st, 3rd Set oven at 375 and preheat. Cut 112-hnch slice from each RECREATIONMy embroidery frame in my den. I Next, you might put a notice of I collections based on May busi
8 00) Morning Service end of an 11-inch long ((2 lb.) loaf of unsliced also do beautiful cross-stitch on classes the betel
: ajn. 5th Sun 9:00 a.m. Sunday School Monday, Young People 7pm. maining loaf into 10 (one-inch thick) slices. With a large dia. pillowcases i and tablecloths, for bulletin board. A retired profes
of 4.63 cent $001
I .,A., t.- .!r Daily ___. 8am. mond-shaped cutter, cut a shape from each slice. With a small ing about Senior) Day Centers in j I I our grandchildren. I don't know sor did all this in a small Florida per month or firs
, MF-MORIM/MTmiODIST sharp knife, hollow out centers of each shape to within 3/8-inch New York City, Albany, N. Y., I I I why I am writing to you, except! astonished 4/2: over the same
__._ Convent city and was to
Saturday Chapel
of the sides and bottom. Place on baking sheet. Bake about 10 Schenectady, Miami i ,. Chicago! and that maybe other men would be \\1-1 year. I
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ninnrn V0: Communion in Convent minutes or until light brown. Remove. Brush shares with ( come an enthusiastic class" The comptroller said total collections
1/3 cup other places. to be :: interested to hear about ,
They
seem a me.
Nelson; P. Mojer, Pastor 6:30 P.M. Young People's, melted butter. Fill these toast cases with above mixture. I" dents rnjrfn from high srhml'l ; for the fiscal year r:
!0:45) a.m. ................ Sunday School Meetintr. -- ---- wonderful idea, like clubhouses I Jimmy, Long Island age up! It certainly recharged i $131,351,073, an inl't'eas of $9,-
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11-00: _... Mornine I his batteries at practically no
a.m. Worship the
ALMA MATER I read, 1'stn: to music, play chess I for your letter!) 644,097, or 5.SO: per cent over .
C:15: p.m. MYF Supper & Pro NORTH 14h! STREET Alma Mater, fare thee well; I ti'PIET1Q,, I and checkers, enjoy lunches together charge previous fscalCollections: .

prams BAPTIST CHURCH For time moves on with rapid fix tovs, work on hobbies, WRONG NUMBER I HONEY are $3,048,927, or
7:30: p.m. Evening' Worship I Rev Ran Humphreys. Pastor pace, tf -Ji or just talk. Why isn't there sucha My husband I can't agree how BUTTON UPI -? 1.56 per cent below the estimateof
r I lot of women'sclubs. fiscal 1962-
-r 9:45 am. Sunday School I Our fond illusions to dispel, 11 center in our town? Who s' rts to paint our rooms. He also argued belong to a $194,400,000 for
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship Our dearest daydreams to erase. them? I think they're staffed by with the interior decorator. I love people, love going; I (63, the comptroller said.
CHURCHThe I but have failing I just would' take
out estimated it
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7:00: p.m. _._ B.T.U. I volunteers. Are they? We are re-doing our old house. I I
Rev. James I). Ellisor, Rector 1/BILtPlNNIY !can't keep a secret. I forget what'ssupposed I an increase: of eight per cent
8:00: p.m. __ Evening Worship We cannot keep our youth alway. J. L, Idaho I want a modern touch. What colors
7''M::\ ) A.M. Holy communion to be secret and whatI the base of 10GO-G1 to
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7:20 Mid-Week Services The world is waiting. We must Cuban exile revolutionary and drapes are best? at over year
10-00: \) A.M. Choral Eucharist p.m. I. I wish you had included the actual Ii can tell, so just'blab: everything. meet our needs," Green '!:lid
J. Louisville .
go. leaders said whoever suspectedit Opal Ky.Don't
11-15 AM. Church School WednesdayCHURCH of that In women's clubs this is prob. .dm _
name your town, so I I a "We failed to come through >
I Life calls We must write write to
to us. obey. was one of their boats chased ( to me,
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young I direct immediately to lem. What can I do about it? hug the peak period beginningwith
Time will not stay it's onward by Castro naval militia better can you 'Dorothy Draper!) ,
ChurchmenThis OP GOt Not At the Moment, !
I Talking January
flow. spec again. the proper agencies. Day Centersare I
( i is the !schedule of every Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. I I Golden Syracuse, NY
They would have confirmed I operated, staffed and subsi At the Age Club I attend !
Sunday with the exception of the Re Y. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor 0, may we keep within our one of their craft chasing Cas-1 I dized In several different ways.: some pushy new people have I'm glad you recognize your : Now Is The Time To
I last Sunday of the month) Phone 261.3S07 I !' problem, Have you tried just listening I
hearts tro naval militia. \ Some have a paid professional director taken over. They now end all
10:00: a.m. L...,.-.Sunday School which assisted volnnteers.,i with and ? I Remodel or Repair
The happiness now we In fact they did admit that a by ( meetings dancing even ;
11:00 a.m. ___ Morning Service. share; canoe reported seen in pursuitof Some meet in a church by donation .I I'bring their own stupid music. It's j I
VOTE for the PEOPLE YPE. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. The joy that friendship. still a Castro destroyer 'a few of the congregation. Someare ''disgusting. Before they barged in, NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM i
7:30 pm. ._ .._ Evening Service imparts; days ago was one of theirs.. I supported by city or county I used to sit at the east side of II j Write to Helen Alpert, i 36
I of FERNANDINA Prayer meeting Wednesday The love bestowed upon us here. They said the boat. fleeing funds earmarked for the purposeby I, the room and all the women would ;, National Senior Center, Lehigh r'i I
I 7:30 p.m. I I Alma Mater, fare thee well. Castro's gunboat probably rep the enlightened! Some are the I come over to chat Now they hop j Acrs, Florida, or in care of this : MonthsTo
VOTE RIGHT '* I We go to meet our destiny; resented the U. S. Central l Intelligence creation of the local housing au. all over the dance floor. I try to newspaper. i i
ELECT I PINE GROVE BAPTIST : But, in our hearts shall ever Agency. thority. Perhaps I've sketched out I catch their eye but they avoid me. 'I II Write today for the free list of sr w Pay iI
I I CHURCH dwell .1 They avowed they understood some directives for }ou. If this is sit all alone and feel like a wall i the many booklets and services I I
HERB WHITE Rtf. A. Z. Knight, Pastor Beloved memories of tbee. the CIA is making per'odic in- I too inadequate, please write back! flower. What can I do to make availabl to you.Newspapers Fernandina Lumber I
; Sunday School ,..._ 9:45 a.m. Herbert Luke 'filerations of Cuba. : I'd be delighted to help you and them ashamed of themselves? I I & Supply
I Morning Worship .._ 11 a.m That could be the McCoy. The 1 your wife launch a good nay Center I am 73. deliver: mo.re ready- South 3rd St. Phone I

__ __ ._ _h_ ___ i 11:00 a.m. __...._. Morning Service FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CIA is reported working, on a with the proper officials! Wallflower. Albany, N. Y. I to-buy. prospects. :: .
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i W.MB IQ-00 am. __ Sunday School I The CIA" has been assigned to I Ii .,.... <<.." ... '.0-;' ". .,f'I
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7:30 p.m. Wednesday. V.LB. Young lj:00) ) am. W Off 11'' Service i learn 6y ground observation the i "- ; !
People f::30 p.m. C. A. Yonth Services i I exact number of medium and ? : ," t Go "Fourth"for these '

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I Coin Operated FIVE POINTS CHURCH: BAPTIST ootrtr 7:30 p.m.-fr they ain't.ANNOUNCEMENTS. / fourth 01 July j

II J. W. Keen Pastor ST. PETER r.rA VEn's 4

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Mrs. Doris:: Howard, 11:00: a.m. ___ Morning Worship Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th POLITICAL

Manager 5:30 p.m. _._ Training Union Sunday 7:30 a.m. r- "
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Rev J. T. Dunnam Pastor July 16, 1963 Ye! I Atlantic
Worship Services: 8:30: A.M.
CUSTOM 11:00 A.M. For, City Commission t Bailey's At Seventh
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HILTON I.. KITCHENS
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Prayer Service Wednesday E. J. SMITH

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i PORTER & LOVEQUISTCOLOR Donald Phone It' Himmelman 2G1-5G34, Pastor HERB WHITE t >' 'Nationally Advertised ; Shorts and Blouses .

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Riling: a word of appreciation to the American Legion:

after(to.the receiving Legion a citation during and the a past:gift years.for meritorious The' presenta service Come In and See Our Complete Line of :

lion was made at th? annual installation of officers by

Lamar retiring Cannon Commander, Department Albeit Vice Hirth,Commander left. Seated, of Jack-is C. G.E. APPLIANCES Large and Small A SUPER MARKET :

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cation of 147 tons of liming materials ; 1 tt
Conservation Rises on 147 acres of farmland .. t
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On County Farms grasses .for soil improvement e ellitsil .
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,'ment water of conservation and Nassau wildlife county's and resources develop.soil, vegetative protection cover for and soil((5))or the watershed establishment .. e e CHINCH BUGS AWAY!I 1 1 I REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES w : '

of 44 of temporary
took a big step forward in 1962 summer and acres winter cover I Clear ep bOwl- 1 __
according to an announcementmade the and I Batches and sickly To Just Write Your
today by Myrtle Mikkel- crops for improving soil I Nothing Buy e

sen, ,ASCS Conservation County Office Manager. protecting farmland from eros e I I areas.y in killilt lawns 1 1 Nome and Address On Blank and '''I e
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were carried out on 51 farms and County Office Manager Ie 1 Clinch hiS. 1 Drop I In Box If' 99 -
ranches in the county participated also pointed out that a signif i- 1 1 t
in the ACP during the 3- cant factor in the success of the i.. 1 W.T.
'year period I960, 1'JGl, and 19G2. 1962 conservation effort was the 1 DAILY DOOR PRIZES .
fact that 22 farms and ranches "
Miss Mikkelsen announcedthat j
in the county carried out conservation -Ie ;
the participating farmers I practices under the .
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and ranchers earned a total of MoJelCB232 I
19G2 ACP that had not participated e 1 C .
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under the 19G2 ACP Program the three previous years. |- 'Beautiful G.E. II I i
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the actual cost of installing the I now 1 1 r .
conservation measures. The farmers I underway, contains essentially t e 1 Easy as watering your lawn! Stereo Console .
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the remainder of the|I as the 19C2 program did. Funds:
cost which included labor, equipment for cost-share assistance are ; every .den hose lawn 1 In Traditional Mahogany 4-Speed Automatic CHEST FREElfR
and materials. This co t.\ limited but all farmers and e : 1 ._ :
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: investment in the public interestto as an 1''lems on their land are urged to' ..., armyworms, sod ;( + 1 $154 95 0 Fast freeze anywhere 0 Counter-balanced lid e

help insure the wise use and i! contact the ASCS county office e webworms. ., tool! ; I or 0 in food compartment opens from inside _
adequate protection of these vital for complete details on the pro. ; .. or out
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Some ,of the major conserva share assistance will be carefully 1 e .. food storage. 0 No exterior sweating t
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I .. r Fernandina Beach, Florida 'Thursday, July 4, 1963 -" Page Seven
. .r S 1 or Mike Conner HurlsNoHitter Golf Association -.. .


I ITURU States Falcons Protest Lions Hornets "Old Timers" To
Spqr.ts Slants League Standings As Stags Handicap I ..


i, F atc ns JtIXE.... 28'. 4 0\I Down Pirates 4-2 Tourney July 4 ,i Redbird Victory I Score 4 Off Two : Play "Young'uns'


.: BY CURT (GORDON. ., Stags Pirates '" .2 2. 2'.3Pedbirds i Mike Conner tossed i nohifball The Fernandina Beach Golf I I The Redbirds and Falcons To Edge Cubs 4-3 ;i Friday Night

The Little League and Senior get going ortheir WheatSes are! 0 3BATTI'G t: game but had 2 runs scored I Association will stage a handicap battled away at each other in a' i .
League are about to wm lete gonna be cut off. ':as the Stags defeated the Pir : tourney on Thursday, July I fine Senior League ball game The Lions llornets got only 2 : The "Old Timers" will attemptto
I i I latest 4.Conner struck out 71 4,. It was announced today by with the Redbirds edging the :,
tie| 19C3 season., The two ]leagues # if Top Ten ': I hits while the Cubs smashed out that experience is sujfe
have one more week of action Ruth Harbison, Sherry Robin-- Duller, Stags ..(751Pikuta j I and walked seven in winning I II Cecil Loptien tourney chairman. I Falcons, 8-7. The game is being : 7, but scored 4 runs, with the prove
while his mound opponent, Ralph f fStarratt. J Full handicaps will .lie useda protested by the Falcon management : erior to youth when they takeon
I before the selction\ of ah Ail- san's secretary for the Minnesota Falcons ...22 Cubs getting 3, to give them .a
Star team to represent each lea !largess, Falcons .381 I allowed six hits, struck I gue in the District Tournament to I Twins, is in town for a two. Fox, Falcons .340 'lout 4 and walked 4. I own' foursomes. i! The Redbirds outhit the Falcons Cecil Bennett was the t only night in a baseball game at City,

be staged in Jacksonville, the lat. 1 week vacation. You people who ,like Rice lWbird3 .333 '! Harry :Mills and Hank Bailey The entire membership is 9-8, with Ricky Oliver, Mike Hornet able to 'get a hit off Max Ball Park. Game time is 8 p.ty.
Ur part of July the Little ';Led-_'hAt'nft Irfee'' Ruth 'ih uld get ta' A..Cover" t'irates .333 ,I led the Stags in hitting with two' ulgtfd to participate in the holiday" I Rice" and Steve Adams getting I Ii ii Hord, as the Hornets'scored i I Familiar names on the "'Ol,}.
gate tournament will be played at.. knohlr; especially, if you like Beryl Rice, Redbirds ,3:41Yelaner hits apiece with one of Mills' event. i. two hits apiece. Steve Seville, their four runs in the first inn. Tin1ft'S"art' Jake Buhch, Tom
I Hills while the Senior Lea to talk baseball Btie couldnH : hits David Walters ratty fee is $1 and 'prizes Mark Bean and Hang Soq Hoo
\\'in Pirates being triple. of the
: i .,297Beville ,i I a I inp game. >I Ioor Alvarez, Orjt
wait until Spring framing next,: will go to winners. Players will I collected hits for the Redbirds.
gue Tournament will be played Redbirds .295 and Bill Miller got the other I Ii ( like Ash!:, Ronnie McDonald, Higginbotham, Charlie To'mlktson .
I in the Jacksonville Suns Stadium.J Match"to get back to Fernandina i Franklin, Falocns ,.262 .Stag hits. '.sign up. clubhouse before teeing David Johnson and Granville Fletcher Shurley, Steve Solomon, I
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-: I Beach and since the Twins and '" off. : Burgess led the Falcons in hit- William Peacock Ben Sorensen and otheu
7. ,Bailey, Stags! G2ItUS Billy Boyette scored the two i _Gass, Jimmy who been in
have outstanding
i. Sherry are in the East playing ,' 11.1TTED IX 'I 'ting with 2 hits apiece with and Hord got the seven Cub hits.
Pirates
We understand there is too runs for the ,but none i iI ,
the
I for'the next couple of weeks she I Mike Pikula, Dickie Fox, Jerry baseball here in past years.T"The
much griping about the umpiresin Fox, Falcons 13 I of the Pirates were able to Solve Rotary Jets Down Score by innings:
i i couldn't' ind a. better time to like Riie,' RedbIrd 12 i I the pitching of Conner for base I Franklin and David Rodeffer I Ij Cubs 201 000 3 7 2 "Youj 'uns" will be ntvni-
the Little League and Senior I If come down and enjoy the. Fer nevnte, Redbirds 11'hits. 1 getting hits for the Falcons. Hornets 400 000 4 2 3 hers of R. II. Young's championship
f League as well as ,the Softball i nandina sun, golf course, shimming ,': Pikula, Falcons 11BurFes 1I I I: Senators 8.y6-3 j Oliver and Harris shared the ; Hord and Gass; Hendrix and I softball team, who are
'I and old beach sand. I 'I out to that they can play
League. First, let me point out pure Falcons 10 Score by iniuigs: 1 pitching duties for the Redbirds Holton. prove
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that we don't always take sides ,I She made a hit with us when she : Cover, Pirates 10!! Pir es-000010'I'= ( 0'3'' '- with Bobby Johnson and Bur '' ball just as well as softball '
with the men calling the ball said she' read .the column all the i iI 'I Conner, Stags 10 i[ Stags 000 031 x 4 G 3 :, Billy Burbank and Lloyd Uffkman gess doing the pitching for the i Proceeds will go to the build! :
games because we have seen I I lime. Ruth, we hope your 2 weeks Duller, Staffs; .. 10 :[ Starratt and Gilileo; 'Conner i smashed out 2 hits apiece Falcons. '! and one of the most successful ing fund of the American Legion 1
what could be termed "blind ones", ".here make you come back again IYeisner, Pirates 10 an Johnson. ; 1''I to lead the Jets to a 6-3 victory ,, Score by innings: I meetings! ever held by the Patrol and tM public is urged( to
.the
Senators.
I as soon as the Twins win the pennant over Kiwanis Uf. Falcons 202 030 7 8 4
attend.
but locally, for the most part, I PITCIIISG. I i adjourned.
I fleman and Burbank hit doubles. .
this ,
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these umpiring here I 0 061 010 8
men are Falcons 5
I "year.ft_ .u 'I B. Johnson, Falcons Trounce : JDmi p frer and Larry Khowles ,, .
just trying to be helpful because," 0' ,A lvarei .Stas' 3 1 F i B. Johnson, Burgess and Pi o'r
hit for the Jets.
all of them make something .less: We had some fine news from ;1il1er Stags 4 3 ;I' safe'y I kula; Oliver, Harris and Mason WHO LEADS .
; Paul Schrantz and Stewart Piknla
Ruth as she told' usPhn Hon!
I do than the twenty job. We thousand also know a year that to I ser's son, Robert Ellis, has been Pikula, Falcons 4 3 I Pirates As PikulaPitches I a 'I I had 2 hits apiece i to 1 lead theSenators Bean. I II THE HELD I INBOATNG '

I the try managers to win all are the out ball there games to:with signed! a nice by the baseball Minnesota contract Twins'and and the ants Raying they had better : Shut-.Qut I: Gordon>. smashed In hitting!obt a'while double.Ladd I Water Patrol Makes i i / PLEASURE.. ?],

but somewhere in the has been assigned to the "")'tbe.I -i pet out of there quick. Last I i; core' J>y innings i : '"
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t they mixture can there should be an ele- I ville team in Virginia. Phil is week, that actually happened tome jets 104. 001 6 6 3 i Rescue While At ._ .. ., ,
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General Manager'of the Charlolte Mike Pikula pitched a no-hit, i Senators 012 000 3 5 3 J-f
nient of sportsmanship! specially, as I blasted one off the tee i '
Hornets as 'OU baseball fans I no-run ball game fOr, fhe Falconsas \ 'I Rich gad Cover; Pikula, Schranlz i
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with the young boys being dealt about feet and when Dinner
for fifty we and Meeting
McDohald
to know. they trounced the Pirates, ;,Feneira. i I I .
with It
appears us that eyey- I :
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concerned could take the outcome I # ;
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the ball was in the middle of a BY CURT GORDON -
I Bud Holt is the third of the Senior League '
of whatever happens In says fishing wonderful I \
Littl "ra
big red ant bed. The way those twohave been i I '
stride and forget it when every. : at the Ocean Pier. Trout season' and The Nassau County Sheriff's I !
I I I in the characters \"ere taking off when tossed by Falcon pitchers as .
one !leaves the ball park. Anyway, :are being caught early ( Water Patrol) held its regular
you can't do anything about what morning along with .blues, pompano 1 walked up minded- me of that Bobby Johnson turned the trick : League Standings meeting Monday evening at Y .
because those ants knew
I and mackerel. Ai joke ; a few weeks against thesame
happened yesterday-if we could, flounder ago. I i Porter's Restaurant in Old Twn.Before .
in terrific at I ,
they were danger Pirates. Pikula struck out
landed eighteen and ;
a lot of us would retract a few i i fisherman an THRU JUNE 28 most of the membersi
years and do a ]lot of things dif.fercntl one-half l pound mackerel off the that time. I 8 and walked three in pitching Braves 5 0 i had settled for the dinner meeting tr=vr a x. -
f End of the Pier this week. Bud !the perfect game.
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). I I Cubs 4 2 a rescue call came in that a I II
tr ofr'The pays to tell all of you fishermenthat Mrs. Skipper reports from Nas" r Dickie Fox was the batting I xRedlegs 3 3, fishing boat was long overdue I CINKERBUILT!
", he the Pier at, four sauville that. bottom fishing J ii ;: hero of the game with a single (
Pirates, of the SeniorLca-- opens ,llornets. :L. 3 3. 'from a trip to the Jetties.
gue, have really) been taking it o'clock in the morning so you can continuing to be Rood out her and triple in three trips to the Jets 2 4 1 It took only five minutes to HERE'S WHY .
on the chin after winning their get into those trout, Plenty of way, with the main catches being : plate with David Johnson, Jerry I xStaators 0 5 have the searching operation ..,
first( two .games of the second Hve bait and tackle are available. croaker, sheephead and rock Franklin, David Rodeffer and .' TOP[ TES.Pikula underway as Dr. White, Porter| J More safety-styled engineering More attention
fkh. She has plenty of dead bait Charles Burns getting hits for I detailing :More emphasis on fine furniture finishing '
have lost the last er had
half. t and
They Senators .450 Barnard Roy Jackson ,
: available and invites everyonegout' I More extras as "standard" equipment Less frills <
three and each time they haven't A few months ago we told ;& "to" try their fishing luck. the winners. Harris, Braves ..439ShjuHey their boats on the way. After a more boat Lower maintenance (ask dealers about '- 1
had a hit during the game Something story in the column, about Slim -fr fq Score by innings: ,, 1 Cubs ..434 two; hour search the boat was JBTO) Softer-Quteter Ride at all speeds Premivm "
I like 19 innings without 1 Askins and Jimmy Hutchins h't-: ht._] We imagine: they:. had_ better. tin, the golf ball into an ant bedPorter's 'softball game for you fans in a Falcons' 09' Ix -' 12 -6' 1 P. Jones, .Redlcgs .421 berland Island and Fort Clinch. value in boating 35 ilodels from 16 k' through 28 .
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-- couple of weeks .when the Box Weisner, Sea r,raves and Gili I L. ,Godwin, Redlegs .409 : The boat had developed mechanical to select from 6y ,

: llantand Young's square off leo; Pikula and Fox., Solomon Cubs. .408 trouble and had to be towed I II Complete! Details at: '

again The Box Plant handedYoung's I .._. .__ I' Spp, Redlegs' .387 into Porter's Fish Camp landing; I "
Restaurant I I Rowe, Hornets .362 I Those in distress were Mr. I ;
its only defeat this sea. Wharf
son and are anxious, to show they Ch m-ell Cubs McDonald, Cubs .357 and Mrs. Thomas Hyatt of Red I II I Sportsman's
I IN OLD TOWN when I Springs iv''C. and Mr. and Mrs.I .
the treatment
I THE PERFECT SPOT TO START the can two repeat teams meet again. On the 2-1 ;J'A, whisper is one way to Julius Johnson of St. Paul, N. C.j FOOT OF ATLANTIC; AVENUE -
Jets 'I .
WEEKEND other hand Young's is wanting to Edge make people believe what they After the 'safe rescue action,1 '_ NEXT TO MARINE WELCOME STATION ,.
(DEPENDENCE, prove the first win was a fluke,, olEerwise wouldn't"" .- E. M t president ,Bob arjer did pot j i Phone 261-3131 FERNANDIN HEACII, FLA.
t : Remsburg, Vista (Caif.| .) Press, bring ,further business
o therefore, the stage is set for a In one of the better Little t up any :L .
i BREAKFAST I fine softball clash.. Jphn Smith:1 League games of the season the 1, -" -- -- -- -- - ', -- .',' .. '.. -----. -

for the Box team and Gene Powers ,FChem-Cell Cubs edged past the i iI 'q.P :_ __: :_ .. __ ;' .--.t 1. _
; Served. Early For The' Morning Mill Shift I for Young's should ,p\ove to I I!Rotary Jets, 2.1, last Monday j i

I' or The Early Fisherman' 0I. be worthy pitching opponents.> afternoon. J,
I all four
The Cubs put together
ANY ORDER. TO GO -=: \ I of ther: hits i to score the 2 runs 1] !'
f I. TradaAt. :Home. Rohniel '
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FERNANDINA BEACH A. mon's hit was a double.

The Jets smashed out three ,
hits in the final inning to score

"JEWEL Of FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" their only run of the game.
Billy Burbank and John Cover
4 led the Jet hitters with 2 hits
while Clint Rich belted a
J i.apiece triple. Larry Knowles also hit Sizzling sales action on our new '63 Fords, Fairlanes and Falcons has been crowdingour

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Marine Repairs and !HealerWas !
Tires, Vinyl Trim, One Owner

Special Service TrAwtett To .TIDES Phone 261-3661 ': but The scored Braves 5 runs got to only defeat one the hit "This Car Is Like New Low 11fleaGe $995 NOW $850

Shrimp KAC Redlegs, 5-3. The Redlegs wa
All Work Guaranteed T. H. KING. .i gol 5 hits. : $1895 -NOW $1795

Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 'at JETTIES PHOTO SHOP Lee Godwin did the pitchingfor 1959 Ford Custom: 300 2D
Monday Thru Saturday the Redlegs and struck out
Phone Day 261-3711 Add iO Minutes For Roll Processing 10 Braves \vhile allowing the one 1961 Chevy Biscayne 4D Sedan \'-s, Standard Trans., Radio
Night 261-5333\ Developinu & Printing 'i but he walked five and hit
Fernandina Harbor ._ hit, 6 Cylinder, Automatic Trans. and Heater
Kodak Film '
\ HIGH i LOW Photo Supplies one.like Sapp led the Redlegs" I I Radio and Heater One Owner Was $995 NOW $795

BE WISE llocie-Colored & Regular with 2 hits, including a double -NOW
Friday, July 5 Weddings with Ricky Jones, Robert Godwin,'I Was $1495 $1395 .

"Porcelainize"LASTS G:50 a.m. 1:13 a.m.. Portraits by Appointment Onlj 'leg Steve hitting.Hadden Godwin's sharing in hit the was Red-a 1961 Ford Falcon 4D

7:25: p.m. 1OG p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. double. 'I' :1959' Ford Galaxic 2D Sedan Automatic Trans., Radio,

Phone 261-4586 Mike Douglas got the only hit
:
OR 4 TISI6S1.0GER '
:
Saturda, July 6 and Heater
off Lee Godwin for the Braves. Standard Trans., Middle Size V-8

THAN 7:31 1:5G I Score by innings; j Radio and Heater WSW Tires.
a.m. : a.m. Was+ $129$ NOW $U9S
FREE ESTIMATENO I
ORDINARY 11'AJOn 8:04: p.m. 1::47 p.m. Redlegs 002 100 3 5 3
Braves 400 OU 5 1 2 Was $11> > 95 -NOW $1095

LASSERRE MOTORCO. Sunday, July 7 OBLIGATIONChain L. Godwin and Haddock: ; Tal- ,
bird and Douglas. 1949 Ford 2 Door 6 Cylinder
8:13 a.m. 2:38: a.m. ,
-8:42 p.m. 2:2S: p.m. [ Link I & i! )' 1959 Ford Galaxie 4D Sedan

S. 8lh St. Ph. 261-3819 Monday, July 8 Redwood FencesUp RedlegsSenatorsBattle Automatic{ Trans., Power Steerinir! Total $] 00 As Is I .

8:54 a.m. 3:18 a.m. To 36 Months To PayPHONE Radio and IJeater, WSW Tires
I II Runs GoodTRUCKS
9:21 3:13 2614157ANY i i To 9-9 Tie .
Going Fishing? : p.m. p.m. is I Was $1395 -NOW $1295 ,
Tuesday, July 9 TIME[
and Senators battled ',,
The Redlfgs ,
9:37 4:00 '
Visit Us For a.m. a.m. league tie
to 9-9 Little
Complete Line Of 10:03 p.m. 3:5G: p.m. Porter & bye 4 uist : last Tuesday a afternoon, in a nee 1958 ford Fairlanc 500 Hd'top .

Fishing Tackle Wednesday, July 10 0 General Contractors with afterwards the rains that fell shortly 1; Automatic Trans., Power Steering 59 Ford One Ton Pickup $995

Rods o Reels 10:23: a.m. 4:42 a.m. WOOnWORKIXGPLASTIC'SURFArIXG SPECIALTIES I lib Sapp got the Redlegs off },I' and Brakes, V-8, WSW Tires 59 Ford '/2-Ton Pickup $895One

Outdoor Camping 10:47: p.m. 4:44: PThu'rcdaJuly .m. ''to a good start in the first then Owner and Extra Clean '
EquipmentFIRESTONE CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS he belted a long home run over I 60 Ford /2-Ton Pickup $795

11 l1TCIIEAND BATII I, the centerfield fence to account 1 11 Wos $995 NOW $895 59 Ford Panel $695
11 :14 a.m. 5:28 a.m. RE110DF.LIIGComplete for three runs. David Key and ,

11:36 p.m. 5:36 p.m.TldelCoumSJ. ShowroomFor Ricky Jones had two hits apiece
BEACH SUPPLY Color Coordination '',to lead the Redlegs in hitting

i 112 Atlantic Are 26MU2 Oust & God tic Survey Phone 261-3068 Mark for with the Phil Haddock Redlegs.Alday, getting Lee Key singles and ACTION IS THE BIG ATTRACTION AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SLASSERRE .


'I Stewart Pikula, Mft.ey Townsend --

FUN I IN THE SUN t J r I i ,got Mark the Morris hits for and'the Ladd Senators Gordon

with Townsend's and Morns' hits MOTOR COMPANY
:::
AT FERNANDINA BEACH I good for 2 bases. i

I Score by innings> :
; FISHING BOATING SWIMMING' + Redlegs 300 015 9 8 3 !
r. : II Senators 003 33Q 9 44Sapp J Sluth. nth Street Phone 261-3819 I

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Page Eight "- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach,. Florida, Thursday, July 4, 1963

I COLONIAL BRAND HEAVY-Quick Frozen

1 News From Cadet Marion ClarkAt SAVE

, The Rec Center ROTC Ft., Summer Benning CampFOT For 4 t HENS CUT-LB.REG. 39* 29 ,1


. I BENNING, GA. (AH- lL'i' 144' t LB,
11Y SANDY DeSANDROThe TNC) Cadet Marion F. ClarkII
22, 'son of Mr., and Mrs. AsaR. [ .
t regularly scheduled swim I FRIDAY, JULY 5th. Clark 205 N. Third St., isI REGULAR 59 SUBER'S SLICED
classes and the Junior Olympics GREEN
scheduled to complete six weeksof "
I Adult Ceramics in Ceramics i
Class will not meet on Thursday I at the Reserve Offi- STAMPS
training
Room 9:30 a.m.-12:00 Martha
July 4th, due to this being i noon
ver Training Corps (ROTC) summer
I Puletti, Ipst. BACON: 39
However, the
a national holiday. camp at Fort Benning, Ga., I LB.
class in Junior Life Savingscheduled I Jr. First Aid Course in Confer. July 26.During. .
.
for this day will meet ence Room 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon. LROo
I Sub Teen Club in the Game the encampment, Cadet
at 9:00: A.M. and the Pool will .
Clark and other future Army .
Room at 7:15
in the afternoon and p.m. -
be
open officers receive intensive infantry STO9S REGULAR 59' CANADIAN STYLE SLICED'ii
.
evening for public swimming I Men and Boys' Health Club ,in
under
field
t Monday, July 8th is the beginning the Health Club Room, day and training super
vision of combat experienced officers
of test week for all I evening.
and non-commissioned of
...bays and girls registered in ficers. BACON, 39i
SATURDAY, JULY 6th. LB.
First Session Swim Classes. AHbpys
? and girls who are in Mon Adult Swim Class 10:00: 11:30 He was a School teacher in at Jackson.Ribault I ii .
Senior High
..day.- Wednesday and Tuesday
BY
&.m.
Beginners and Advanced ville last year. A member of i
-'Thursday Teen Club in the Game Roomat
I Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, '
Beginner Classes are to I REGULAR 49 COPELAND SLICED
be at the Pool at 9:15 A.M., 7:30 p.m.Men Clark was graduated. from Fer I r -
I and Boys' Health Club in nandina Beach High School in

All Monday boys, July and girls 8th registered for testing.in I the Health Club Room, day and 1958 and from Florida State i W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND 12-or. 39 :. i
evening. in 1962. BOLOGNA
Junior University, Tallahassee,
the Tuesday Thursday I PKG i
Life Saving Class will) meet' at SUNDAY, JULY 7th.
9:15 A.M. on these days instead "If you've been thinking of our Steak Le. 88WD .
of the regularly scheduled time. I, Lutheran Church Meeting in days as the Aspirin or even the I
All those registered in Interme : the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. Atomic Age, you're behind the I.
,diate and Swimmers classes will times. Evidence is mounting that i l I BRAND CHUCK K
meet at 9:15 A.M. on Wednesday MONDAY, JULY 8th. we are living in the Age of the ll I i I cS. Quantity Rights ,Reserved Prices Good Thru July 6tb
July 10th for testing. Junior Olympics in the Pool Accountant." Henry S. Mullen, r' wixx.eixinroeu txa-w.reicxr-uu
Registrations for second session 1:00-2:00: : P.M., Allen Kirk; Inst. Lincolnton (N. C.) Times. Roast Le: 49 ";,

swimming classes which Children's Art Class in the Cer -4 .
will begin July 15th, are now amics Room at 3:30: 'p.m., Faith Ceramics Class (age 12 and -
being accepted at the Recreation Britton. Instr. over) in the Ceramics Room at W-D BRAND BONELESS ALL MEAT
Center Office. All interested Island Squares Club in the
Martha Puletti, InstSub
i 2:00: p.m.
persons should call at the officein Game Room at 7:30 p.m. THRIFTY MAID
Teen in Game Roomat
person to file application: and i Jaycees meet in Conference 7:15 'Club Stew u' 6Q
pay thdr advance registration : Room ate 8:00: p.m. p.m.
Adult Ceramics Class in the
fee. I historical Society in the Of. '
Ceramics Room: at 7:30 Mar:
A new Senior Life Saving fice at 8:00: P.M. tha Jean Puletti, Instr.p.m. I ;.i 1 W-D EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND ICE MILK
..Course will be offered beginning I Adults and Teens Ceramics Men and Boys' Health Club in
Tuesday, July ICth. The classes I Class in the Ceramics Room at the Health Club Room, day and k1Jeef 5p189KG
7:30 p.m., Martha. Jean Puletti,
evening.
will meet thereafter 9:30 Instr. '

,12:00 noon on Tuesdays a.m'-I Buccaneer Coin Club in the THURSDAY, JULY 11th. t
Thursdays for a period Auditorium at 7:30 P.M. .
weeks. To be eligible for this I' Men and Boys' Health Club in Junior Olympics in the Pool ALL FLAVORS I
1:00-2:00: : P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst.
course persons must have reach- the Health Club Room, day and
Ballet Class (Beginners) in the :
.ed their sixteenth birthday, be I evening. MORTON FROZEN MEAT HALF GALLON "
''in good health, and must be Auditorium at 2:30 p.m.. Julanne I
TUESDAY, JULY 9th. Owens, Inst.
good, strong swimmers. Persons Dinners 2For891.
I Ballet Class (Intermediate) in I
interested must register at Recreation
I Junior Olympics in the Pool the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Jul
Center.will be No accepted.telephone registrations 1:00-2:00: : P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst. anne Owens, Inst. # MORTON FROZENCr.Pies279x YELLOW SOLIDS Limit 2 with $2.50 food order.
I Ceramics Class ((9-11) in the Ballet Class (Advanced) in the
,THURSDAY, JULY 4th. I Ceramics Room at 2:00 p.m. Martha Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne I I
: Puletti, Instr, Owens, Insti Margarine LB. 1"Cantalopes'5
Junior Life Saving Class in the Mothers Meeting in the Con. i Senior Citizens Club in the
Pool 9:00: am.1200: noon. I feience Room at 7:30: P.M. Conference Room at 7:00 P.M. ..
Teen Club in Game Room at Men and Boys' Health ,Club in Teen Club in Game Room 7:15: '
7:15: p.m. the Health Club Room, day and FORp $1.] .
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Adult Ballroom Dance Class in evening. p.m.Adult Ballroom Dance Class in _. _
, the Auditorium at 8:00: the Conference Room 8:00 ':' .
p.m. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10th. at : p.m. ; :._ k:
I f Men and Boys' Health Club in Men and Boys' Health' Cub' in -- -
:' the !Health Club Room, day and Junior Olympics in the Pool the Health Club Room, day and 50 Extra D /-"Green Stamps

. t,I evening.- 'J ,--.:.... -- -_ 1:00-2:00: _P.M.n,_Allen_' __Kirk_, Inst. evening. p; FRESH GEORGIA REDPeaches Em; WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

FIVE CANS FKOZEN

, :I ... ....... ., ,. ASTOR Hawaiian Punch
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STUTTER, "- .u- 5 LBS, 491' .5.5 ,aoz. 781. : d arc
I ENGINE
I i s"e zi 50 Extra iWGrcen Stamps

JERK FALTER, 'Ji -' ... WITH THIS COUPOH AND PURCHASE OF

l ? MOTOR MAXWELL HOUSE Two PKSI. FROZEN
-i ,ORSTALL U. S. No. 1 WHITE b Rich's Choc eclairsPotatoes

'\; GET A" i. Inst.I Coffee GOOD THRU JULY ?*

'. Jl. TUNE-UP .,.... I .. 1Z AT ANY WINN-tIXIE d

1\1I\ I II SAVE Ocz.49 981 5--- ? ,

II I '. ?. I'i 10 LB. BAG 39? ..t a ,
Limit 1 with $5.00 order or more. a "
1 ., I ., 50 ExtraiWGreen Stamps -
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SAVE 11* EACH POLY-UNSATURATED Limit 1 please. .... Two PKCS. FROZEN PENOBSCQT



I i,'.i I Q any cylinder six carcylinder 11t f 3 I i I I Wesson Oil I iSAVE 'I. 24-oz. Bot. 28 I. 13 SAT Baked GOOD ANY THRU WIN Potatoes JULY}!.DIXIF TH I' d



any eight ,
t 888 car .,, I 12 EACH ALL PURPOSE LimitAstor 1 please. .,:'uf24oz. s l1JJU111J11't
4 : 50 Extra #;/"Green Stamps!
: Parts extra if needed M
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

: Oil.' .. .Bot 251. Two 'Acre.... FROZENWhite Peas

;: \ GOOD THRU JULY *TH
i t rWEDOALLTH1SI. SAVE 9* EACH HEINZ Limit 2 with $5.00 order or more. &V,
I 14 rgffff'
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0 Clean and adjust (3 Check coil and Bot.18SAVE

c( spark plugs condenser i Ketchup. ,*- d '

I 50 ExIra 07'GreenStamps.'

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
Clean and
0 Check generator I .. .
'. set points 11* BLUE OR WHITE ARROW...... *.**.1&: ..r 1 ONE PKG IOOCTDixie
and voltage' : Home Tea Bags


1 Set timing regulator I I Detergent Giant 48 0 S AT GOOOTO'UJULHTH ANY WINN DIXIE


ti' 0 Adjust carburetor .... Check battery I I .

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SAVE 10* EACH.ASTOR, VACUUM PACK Limit 1 please. 7!
I ftO Extra S&C Green Stamps'WITH

EADSe i 1 THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFONI

I ,- APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES I Coffee '-"b. bn 49 20-01. JAR TROPICAL
: I / Strawberry Preserves
\\ : WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE i .
GOOD THItU JYLT ITM
: ; ,I'J. Narrow or Wide Design,
I SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH SALAD ; ., v. \ 16 AT ANY WINN DIXIE d
\ \ Tubeless or Tube-type w
.. ...... . 4 for ;
u.Lu.L "" "
Our New Treads, idenliptd by Medallion end shop mark ore I : : 29
4 9 I DressingREG.
GUARANTEED i w. ; :.
2.1. Artiut Against! defects normal,in road workmanship hazard (except and materials repairable! tartar puacturt lif)of c&coua-treat 4 9 : 50 Eztra 'CreeBSUinps).
wl'td'Cry" puMBter ear use for It months I I! WITH THIS COUPOri AND PURCHASE Of
Replacement on tread war and Used ca Hit pric s currat .
at tint of adjustment I 25 .aSSa 1 One 14-02 BOTTLC
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III., DISHES, CRYSTAL, pictures, TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE

I- lamps. Bargain priced. Shiell's furnished. All electric kitchen. OF HEARING FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO CREDITORS

: WANT AD RATES Swap Shop, 16 North 4th St. II Phone 261-5269 or 2613230. tIc THE CLOSING OF ROADWAY OR FLORIDA STATUTES FLORIDA STATUTES

ALLEY.WAY IX TilE COURT OF THE COUNT\ LV TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY

: .05 per word .75 minimum MODERN LOUNGE chair, ma- ONE THREE room furnished TO You WHOM will take IT MAY notice CONCERN that the :Boardof j JUDGE, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA I JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY. FLOR
IDA, IN PROBATE.In
I I LV PR01UTE.la
hogany desk buffet. See at house. Commissioners of Nassau "
County
: Card of Thanks, Resolution re: Estate of re: Estate of
Shiell's Swap Shop, 16 North # County, upon the Petition of Paul C. i WILLIAM FURMIN COLLINS, De RICHARD R. SELDOMRIDUE, Deceased .
III and Similar Notices Iturns: and Annie P. Hums his wife, .
ceased. ,
t 4th St TWO BEDROOM unfurnished will at 10:00: o'clock A.M. on the 10th I I'
: To All Creditors and Persons Having ceased.
word 1.00 minimum
AZ f
per day of July, 1963 at the County Court
house. I Claims or Demands Against Said Estate To All Creditors and Persons Ilaring
: Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687 WILSON GOLF CLUBS and ir if House, in Fernandina Beach Florida. I : Claims or Demands Against Said Estate
consider and determine whether or
.. or place ad at office bag. two woods, 4 irons, put II. F. SAHLMAN -----1 JA3R not the County will vacate, abandon notified: You and and each required of you to present are hereby any i iou: and each of you are hereby
... Used four :> discontinue and and will 'I ,
ter. times, $5 PHONE 261-3221 close renounce claims and demands which jou. or :notified and required to present any
511 Ash Street and disclaim any right of the the claims and demands which or
Phone 261-5352. nc I either of you, may have against you
3TAiea County and public in and to any landor i I estate of William Furman Collins. Deceased either of you, may have against the
FURNISHED APT. for rent. Ph. interest therein as shown delineated the estate of Richard R. de.
I late of said County to Seldomridge
QUALITY HOMES by John J. on that certain sketch accompanying Florida ceased late of said County to the
2614320. tic : County Judge of .Nassau County.
E FOR SALE Eynon Construction Co., Jack- :: the Petition of the Petitionersto at his office in the court house County Judge of Nassau County, Florida -
sonville 7331343. FRAME ; ;ff1Mi the Board which lands are more : of said County at Fernandina Beach at his office in the court houseof
particularly described as follows: months said County at Fernandina Beach
4 I I \ i Florida, within six calendar
BLOCK BRICK. No money MISCELLANEOUSLOST THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF i fram the time of the first publication Florida, within six calendar months
YULEE 10 ACRES with 875' NEXTARINE STREET LYING BE. of each I from the time of the first publication
I down, on your lot. Ten and 12 of this notice. Two copies
.. TWEEN SIXTH STREET AND I claim or demand shall be iff writing, : of this notice. Two copies of, ,each
frontage on U. S. 17, $10,000. year financing. Fully completed BLUE day bed mattresson I IGTH STREET. AND THAT CERTAIN and shall state the place of residenceand claim or demand shall be in writing.

: 200' next to Hoppy's Barbeque includes 2 inch wall, tank S. Fletcher. Finder call PORTION OF OLIVE post office address of the claim '! and shall state the place of residenceand
.. $3000. 41% with 356' STREET LYING BETWEEN ant, and shall be sworn to by the post office address of the claim-
acres on 2613365. tIc
: : tank tile
and sept SIXTH STREET AND SEVENTH I
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pump claimant his agent, or attorney and ant. and shall be sworn to by the
Road 200, across from colored bath hardwood floors. Also I STREET. IN NASSAU COUNTY. accompanied by a filing fee of one : claimant his agent or attorney and

:: school, $3,500. Terms. RICH. I home additions C. W. HOWARD General Con. FLORIDA. dollar and such claim or demand not : accompanied by a filing fee of one
remodeling
Persons interested may appear and ; dollar and such claim or demand not
filed shall be void.
.. ARD D. BARKER, EV-8-2691,II complete plumbing. Three to 7 tractor, unlimited' experiencein be heard at the time and place spe. so so filed shall be void.
all of Ph. cified. MARGARET T. COLLINS
: Jax. Ju25c I years, bank rates. ORVILLE types buildings.' HOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS As admimstrtrix of the Estate of Maynard L. SeldomridgeAs
2615008. tfc WILLIAM FURMAN COLLINS,', deceased administrator of the Estate
I WAHLIN 540 North Flet. OF NASSAU COUNTY,
:; rep., of Richard R. Seldomridge,

CHEVROLET cheap, or cher, Fernandina Beach, phone VANITY BEAUTY SHOP '%,. ; ;_ FLORIDA.By P. PooleChairman Thomas G. HaH deceased.
/s/ Harry
: trade for truck what have Jr. '
or 261-5027. tfc 7t1 .. Attorney for Administratrix Thos J. Shave. -
.. This week only. Phone Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95. 11 North Fourth St., Attorney for AdministratorFirst
you. ( ATTESTs J. Warren Jackson, Sr.
--- = 4, 1963.
Distinctive. service budget Fernandina I'.each. Florida. publication July
: 261.3395. Ju4c .BEAUTIFULLY KEPT, three 1 I Ex-Officio Clerk. First publication June 27th 1963.4t I! Thos. J. Shave, Jr., Atty.
prices. Telephone 261-4686 for ADOPTED this 5th day of June
6'b > P'Rt 4t 7-4,11, 18, 52
18
bedroom home, near new :, AD. 1963. 6 27, 74. 11. I
-1\0 DOWN PAYMENT three appointment. tfc HOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I .
school. $450 down only $55. a
= bedrooms, one and a half baths. month. HOME MADE POUND cakes i I Copr. LAP Service- FLORIDA. OF NASSAU COUNTY, "Each desk at the Pentagon j 'Out' and the other marked 'Outer.

1ft Ph. 261-5457. tIc WE WOULD LIKE TO TRADE-IN \ contains two .' N. D. Wilcox, Elysian
'* -& ok layer and birthday cakes, pies. Bys/ Harry P. Poole space agency now

Soo FT. RIVER FRONTAGE. I AT FIVE POINTS two bedroom I All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. OUR TRAILER HOME/ ATTESTs Chairman J Warren Jackson, Sr. business boxes, one marked (Minn.) Enterprise. ,

home, on beautiful corner 2615332. tfc Ex-Officio Clerk ,
Amelia City. '.ot COO Ft. deep 2t 6.27.74
I lot. GOO down ,
I $ $57 a mo. ..
: remodeled two-story frame FLOOR SANDING and refinish. FOREIGN JOBS
I *4T WT PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE
home. Show by appointment ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson.
'NEW, BRICK, three bedroom, PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
OF
APPLICATION
FOR
3 only. Ph. 2G1-5382. tIc I one-and-a-half bath home, with Phone 2614609. tIc 9 TAX DEED Foreign employment offers men and women choice of 19 countries .

--- I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN ORDINANCE NO. 363 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that free transportation special tax benefits bonuses

jSED SOFA BED _: $10, Chest' expansion possibilities, only QUALIFIED YOUNG WIFE ,- FLORIDA AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY ORDINANCE OF TIlE CITY OF Ben Sorensen the holder of the follow liberal- vacations And a most unique way of life in government -
$500 down. }'ERN.SIHS.maClf.. FLORIDA, ing certificates has filed said certificates .
M of drawers $10, antique will care for your children whle! ILE 1\0 RELATING TO TON CldARET- for a tax deed to be issued careers or with American companies, their subsidiaries.

m lamp with glass shade $25. I ok tr tr. you work. Also capable of tu. IN TIE ESTATE OF DAVID LATEN I TES; FI\IV. RATES, PROVIDING thereon. The 'certificate numbers and Over half a million American work and live exceptionallywell

See at 2400 S. Fletcher Ave. FOUR BEDROOM HOME, just toring. Ph. 2615900. tfc PRINULE.Deceased PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION AND. years of issuance, the description of outside the U.S.A. You can earn up to $1,600 per month
off Atlantic Avenue. Fencedin USE OF PROCEEDS; AND OTHERWISE the property. and the names in whichit
send
information $2 to
tIc NOTICE TO CREDITORS' PERTAMNo TO TIlE LEVY was assessed are as follow: paid in U. S. currency. For complete
**- ____ yard just $475 down. REWARD A pair of girls To all creditors and all persons 01 SUCH I\\ Certificate No. 56 Year of Issuance Foreign Projects, P. 0. Box 1915, Beverly Hills, Calif.
brown rimmed having claims or demands against ; BF IT ENACTED lY THE PEOPLE 1961
2lOME IN PIRATE'S COVE for John T. Ferreira & Son prescriptionglasses said estate. #4 JOBS
jQTfTHE CITY OF FERNANDINA Description of Property mock 6 Lots CALIFORNIA
sale by, Three bedrooms lost ,near beach area, You and each of you are herebjH l fEit\.H
owner. 508 Atlantic Ave. Phone 261-5571 : No.1 and 2 Old Town City of Fernan.
Z last month. If' found please call notified and required to present anjH SECTION 1. Art excise or privilegetax dina HeachName Thousands of new job openings now in Southern California in
2 baths, living room, dining CARTERCRAFT tilt 2614602. claims and demands which you, or in addition to all other taxes of in Which assessed: William all fields. Permanent job seturit).. Send $2 for job information,
room, breakfast room, kitchen I 116 FT. either of you. may have against the : kind law Estate
every imposed by is hereby Handley a and addresses to California Jobs. P. 0. Box 1944, Beverly
Estate of DAVID I names
LATEN
trailer 4-cycle Homelite en PRINGLE. {eyed and imposed upon the sale receit Certificate No. 57 Year of Issuance I
built in and
: with oven '
range I DRESS MAKING IN my homeat Deceased late of Nassau County, j I purchase, possession consump'4offthandilng 1961 Hills, Calif..
large Florida room and utility gine. $200 down. Phone 261- Florida, to the Honorable J. E Weathe&
O'Neal. Ph. 2613959.. nc distribution and use of Description of Property Block 7, Lots
: room. Deep well for lawn wat. 3733. tIc ford. County Juage of Nassau Count garettes in the territorial limits of No. 10, 13. 14. Old Town .City of let-
Honda, at his office in the Count the of Fernandina Reach for nandina Beach
.. ering. Central heat. Small equity LOST-CHILD'S.PET- month Courthouse in Fernandina Nassau County -, City '
I
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15 FT. BOAT, trailer, remote cigarettes of standard dimensions as Name in which assessed Mrs... William
and assume FHA mortgage. old BEAGLE ,PUPPY. Tri-color Florida within eight months from i defined by the general law of the Handley I
cables, steering wheel, hard. the date of the first publication of this ytite: in the following amounts: All of said property being in the I ,
: 2661 Gregor McGregor Blvd. brown black and white. Name
ware, canvas cover. $250. Ph. notice. ( J I,Ua) Upon all cigarettes as here City of Fernandufa Reach, County of f Ije nInte aiooitFlorida's .
Phone 2615453. tIc JulSc Prince. Contact Paul Ingle, Each claim or demand must be in in defined three and one.half ((3 4)) Nassau State of Florida.
'! .. --- 261-3084. Phone Collect 7acksonville writing and must state the place of inches long or less four ((4) mills on Unless such certificate or certificates
: residence and post-office address of each cigarette; shall be redeemed according to
KINGS ERRY HOME 1956 PLYMOUTH station wagon, 7682517. REWARD OFFERED. the claimant and must be sworn to I (b) Upon all cigarettes. as here law the property described in such Oldest and Most Historic

RAND NEW 3 bedroom V-8. New paint job, low mile. tfc by the claimant, his agent or his i in defined between three and one-hahf certificate or certificates will be sold I
brick oak floors. Just outside attorney, or it will be void accordingto ((3'5. and six ((6)) inches long, eight to the highest bidder at the court I Fa.'orite
age, good condition. Phone MAY'CONCERNThe law. ((8)) mills on each cigarette; andc house door on the first Monday in Fernandina Beach's Meeting Place
TO WHOM IT
M city limits. Entire down pay- 2614532. Ju4p First publication on June 13, 1963. ( ) Upon all cigarettes, as herein Month of August, 1963 which is the ,
: ment only $350. Less to vets.. -- Western Auto>Associate Eloise Mount defined, six (6) inches long or longer 5th day of August. 1963. For The Finest In Beverages
June As Administratrix of the Estate oi sixteen (16) mills on each cigarette. Dated this 27th day of June. 1963.
store transferred If
.. PIECE STRATFORD was ,
Total including FOUR sectional -
monthly payment, DAVID LATEN PRIMiLE.: Deceased 2. The description of cigarettes contained D. 0 Oxley
"* insurance and taxes, $60. sofa, like new,, chest of 1963 from Maurice Urmanee Dated June 12th. A.D.. 1963.J in sub-section one of. this sec Clerk of Circuit Court of Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye

drawers leather table Walter D. Smith. Jute E. Weatherford. County Judge tion are hereby declared to be stand Nassau County, Florida
ii top ,
if one BarbecueYouCanOwnA
Earl Brown Atty. ard as to dimensions for taxing purposes 4t 627 7-4. 11. 18 Kosher Sandwiches
KINGSBERRY TRADE.IN one plastic upholstered chair, Ju4c 411 6-13, 20, 27, 7-4 as provided in 'this ordinance

IMMEDIATE possession of three one small book case. Ph. 261- I''I and should any cigarette be received PUBLIC NOTICE
purchased possessed, sold offered for
.* bedroom masonry home with 5187. tfcONE INSTRUCTfONSJOB"SECUIfI'tY PUBLIC NOTICE I sale given away or used of a size IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT 10URTII --- -
down other than of standard dimensions the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 1\ AND FOR
carport. $250 -$58 per USED girl's Rollfast bicy. IV TIlE COUNTY JUDG!}'! COURT same shall be taxed at the rate of NASSAU 'COUNty. FLORIDA
: month. Recently redecorated: ,in- can be yours by IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, ciTe cent on each such cigarette. IV CHAVCERY.
terior. te. Good condition. $15. Call preparing now for cojning Civil 1LORIDA 3. Where cigarettes as described in NO. 2666COMMERCE I
2615171. Ju4c File No. subsection 1. (a) above are packedin LOAN COMPANY, a
5 .* Service exams. Send name, ad. I IN RE: ESTATE OF varying quantities of twenty (20) corp..formerly MAC

E DUY OF THE WEEK TABLES -. TABLES coffee, dress and phone number to NATIONAL Laura Relic Jeffreys cigarettes or less, the following rate REDIT r CO.. Inc.

"T\VO BEDROOM I HOME in nice end and occasional. Many to TRAINING SERVICEINC. NOTICE Deceased TO CREDITORS 1 shall(a) govern Packages: containing ten ((10)) VI Plaintiff

.: neighborhood, oak floors, ceramic select from. Shiell's Swap Box 500, Greenwich, Conn. To all creditors and all persons having cigarettes or less require a four.cent TOMMIE LEE OLIVER and
JU25c claims or demands against said estate. ((4c) tax; andb SHIRLEY OLIVER.
tile bath. lot
Large near
I Shop, 16 North 4th St., / You. and each of jou are hereby i I ( ) Packages containing more than Defendants.
school. House needs work such notified and required to presesnt any ten ((10)) but not more than twenty ((20)) NOTICE OF SUIT

las painting. YOU do the work, RUN-A-BOUT boat with con claims and demands w ch you, or I cigarettes require an eight cent ((8c) STATE OF FLORIDA
either of you, may have against the tax. COUNTY OF NASSAUTo
WE furnish the material andwill trols, trailer and 35 horse HELP WANTEDHOME estate ofLAUEA I 4. Where cigarettes, as described in : E-HIRLEY OLIVER Residence

"you have a nice home for motor. Will sell as complete BELLE JEFFREYSlate subsection 1. (bJ) above, are packagedI Unknown:

) down $52.50 month. outfit or separate. Ph. 261-" IE SALESMEN WANTED of Nassau County, Florida to the I varying quantities of twenty ((20)) You are hereby notified that a suit
$60 I Hon. J. E. Weatherford. County Judgeof cigarettes or less the following rates has been filed against you. Shirley
: 4610. tfc: Good commission Full Nassau County, County Courthouse shall govern Oliver in the above entitled cause;

or part time. No experience in Fernandina Leach, Nassau County, (a) Packages containing ten ((10)) and that you are hereby required to
MVNER MUST sacrifice large LOVELY RED BRICK home, will train. Call I Florida within six months from the cigarettes ,or less require an eight. file your answer with the Clerk of
Ocean side! necessary, tax andb this Court, and to serve a copy thereOfupon ,
beach house. city date of the first publication of this cent ((8c) ;
205 S. 19th. Across from Sr. 261-5027 before 10.. a.m. tfc. I notice. ( ) Packages containing more the Plaintiff, or Plaintiffs attorney

..se\vagv, garage. Imnr iiatepossession. High School. Will take a lot, -- ---- Each claim or demand must be in I'than ((10)) but not more than twentyi whose name and address is:
I
MAKE US AN beach for down payment.C. ., KITCHEN help and dishwashers writing and must state the place of i ((20) cigarettes require a sixteen-cent ROBERT E. HUCKER Jacksonville, 400 Law Exchange 2,-
on Building.
residence and post-office address of the (l6c) tax.
OFFER! W. Howard, builder, Ph. \ .. Apply Seaside Inn. tIc claimant and must be sworn to by the |i 5. Where cigarettes, described. in Florida,
:I I his his subsection 1. ( ) above packedin not later than July 15. A. D.. 1963.If .
if
if 261-5008. tfc, claimant agent or attorney or c are I Pro Co*
Decree
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS it will become void according to lau. I varying quantities of twenty ((20)) you fail to do so.
- PAUL C. BURNS fesso will be entered against you for
Each creditor shall deliver sufficient cigarettes or less, the following rales
wanted. Must be 21. Apply in Complaint
demanded the
of his claim to enable the Coun. shall the relief in
"Builder of King btrry Homes copies govern:
FOR RENTTWO I person, Surf Motel, phone 2G1- I ty Judge to mail one to each personal (a) Packages containing ten ((10) The nature of said suit being for
Ofo 261.3606 the fol.
S. 8th St. Phone 5711. tIc representative.Dated cigarettes or less require a sixteen- Foreclosure of Mortgage on
situated in
..A June A. D. 19tt.! cent ((16c) tax; andb lowing described property
Laura Helle Jeffre s HolcombeAs ( ) Packages containing more Nassau County, Florida to-wit:
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, regis- NICELY FURNISHEDrooms KITCHEN HELP wanted. Apply Executrix of the Last Will than ten ((10)) but cot more than twenty North *2 of Lot 5, Block 146. of Fern

itered. Phone 261-4341 or 2G16186. 301 Broome St. Call Blue Seas Restaurant. tIc. and Testament ot f ((20)) cigarettes require a thirty-two andina, According to the plat thereof
tfc Estate of I ((32c) tax.SECTION. I according to. the current public reI -
261-3770 after 5. tIc I .
I cords of Nassau County Honda.i ROOM AIRCONDITIONER
Laura Belle Jeffreys, Deceased 2. The tax levied and imposed
.a.- --.-
ALEXANDRA I' First published on: June 13. 1063. herein shall be collected by the i 1 Davenport
SPy A HOMESITE on the Nassau APTS SITUATION 4t 6-13 20.) 27, 7-4 .I Beverage Department of the tJte in | 2 Lounging Chairs. 1 platform rocker Carrier

River Beautiful llgn MODERN, FURNISHED APT. I the manner prescribed in Chapter %10, I I 6 1 TV Throw chair rugs
Florida Statutes.
)nd dry lots at Nassauville. 337 N. Fletcher. No. 4. Hot WANTED PUBLIC NOTICE I SECTION 3. All funds received by I 3 Tables 2 end 1 coffee '

Others with waterfront privil- water furnished, $60 mo., year the City of Fernandina Reach by virtue I 1 Motorola TVI
LV TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTh I 1 radio
COLORED WOMAN wants part of this ordinance shall be paid into
'tges. Small down payment round. Apply apt 1. Phone 261- JUDICIAL CIRCLIT. NASSAU I a separate fund to be designated I 2 Tables
Francis 3114. tIc time or regular work. Call COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA. ,"cigarette tax fund" v and shall be I 7 Chairs $
Terms to suit Phone tl
261-4226. 411 N. 5th. Ju4p CHANCERY. used and expended only for the purposes 1 Speed Queen wash. mach. For As Little As $14995
Ellis; POpular 5-2661 JacksOl.iiUe. SMALL FURNISHED cottage, 2683 specified in Section 21003 Florida 1 Singer sewing macho
ffc. IN RE: Petition of Gerald Dean Statutes. 1 Philco refrigerator
: electric kitchen. Lone Oaks. PUBLIC NOTICENotice Denslow and Louise Henderson Dens-t SECTION 4. All ordinances or parts 1 Gas range Keivinator
2615066. tIc low, his wife, for the Entry of an t of .ordinances in conflict herewith are 1 service for 4, silverware
LARGE SHADED! LOTS at Ame. Phone is hereby given that the undersigned Order of Adoption of Robert Michael 1 hereby repealed. 1 service for 4, dishes & utensils
pursuant to the "Fictitious ( rcen and Donald Ray Green, SECTION 5. That this ordinance 2 beas
la, 100 X 145. $10 dOn, $10 BUSINESS PROPERTY or Name Statute', Chapter No. 20933. Minors. I shall! take effect immediately upon its 1 dresser, 1 vanity .
month. Call Howard Ham residence Yulee Fla. FrontingU. Laws of Florida 1941 as amended by ORDER OF PLBLICATIOV AND final and .1 Chiffonier
:Jer Chapter No. 26760. Laws of Florida NOTICE OF. SUIT passage MAYOR-COMMISSIONER publication. 5 lamps. 4 table 1 floor L. B. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co.
jpond, 2613733. tfs .. S. 17, residence, store, cabin. 1951. being Section 86509 FlondaLUtutes THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: J. SMITH WITNESS my hand and the seal oi
-'. Apply 278 S. Fletcher. tfc \\il! register with the Clerkof Nathaniel Enoch Green ATTEST: 5. said Court at Fernandura Reach Florida
MATCHED SET Diamond and the Circuit Court in and for Nassau Residence and Address: Unknown M". Oatchel. this 12th day of June A. D, 1963.
McCKANIE APARTMENTS County. Florida, upon receipt of proofof You are hereby notified that a, Da\1 CtmManagerDiiffTof (seals/ D. 0. Oxley "We Service Everything We Sell"HOt
Bedding band, new. Priced toyell. publication of this notice. the fictitious petition has been filed in the above Publication July 4, 1963. D. 0. OXLEY
See Bertie at Florida ONE SMALL furnished apart name, to-wit.: entitled cause and Court wherein the 7.4I Clerk of the Circuit Court, SO. 8th STREET PHONE 261-4892 ,
with bath utilities E.Z PIC UROCERY petitioners seek to adopt and'chang u Nassau County Fernandina
-
tfc. ment private -
:Jank. ,
Under which we are engaged in the names of Robert Michael Green Leach, Florida.
-k and washing machine fur- business at :201! South 14th Street in and Donald Ray Creetf: minors and I PUBLIC NOTICE I.4t 6-13. 20. 27. 7-I -. --
1IEAC1I HOMES nished. $8.75 week, tax. For information the City of Fernandina leach: Florida: you are hereby required to file jour !
That the parties interested in said written defense if any. ta the petition .: ORDINANCE NO. 3 1
1060 S. rietchrr AYe. call W. I. McCranie, business enterprise, are' J'. T. and filed in said suit on or before the22nd ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDI .
2614642. If no answer call 261- Carolyn P. Carter. day of July A. D.. 1963. with I NANCE NO. 358 OF THE CITY OF I
FIr bedrooms living room, kit.ehen tfc it 627. 7-4. 11. 13 the Clerk of said Court Fernandina J I ESDlS..\ IIEACII. FLORIDA.
9035 Mrs. Long. B5: IT ENACTED BY THE PEO-
and dining area. Florida -- Beach. florida. and serve a copy !
thereof on petitioner's attorney whuad; j$ LZDF THE CITY OF FERNAN
t101I1.! Stove, refrigerator Gas SMALL FURNISHED house, PUBLIC NOTICE! name arrd address appears hereon. j: .' BEACH: i iI

at newly decorated across street IV TilE CIRCUIT: COURT, IV AND This Order shall be published fot jEICTION: That Secteh 7, Sub- <
FOR VSS\U COUNTY FLORIDIN" \. four consecutive weeks in the Fer'2soctnn U of the Ordinance lNo( 358 of
: if from Keystone Hotel Phone CIUNCERY CASE NO. 2687. nandina Beach News Leader, a ne1o'Sopaper !the City of rnandina Beach Florida -I _

307 South 6th St. 2614689. tfc MOLL1E ANN NOLES published in Nassau County, be and the same is hereby amend- <,
Plaintiff, Florida. 60 |o read as follows: I \i
T\to STORY duplex. Freshly ''To collect or permit to be collectedby I
-.5. Herein fail not or decree pro con-
pointed. With new roof, plumb. NICE ROOM with private bath, KENNETh RAY NOtES fesso will be entered against you for any one the garbage from any I 'I

and wiring. $7,000. private entrance, half block Defendant the relief prayed in said petition. garbage can other than by Dersonsl
hjg from Post Office. Phone 261- NOTICE OF SUIT WITNESS my hand and the seal oi regularly employed by the
I fenandina Beach by a special per- I II
M >t STATE OF FLORIDA said Court at Fernandina Reach Nas I
4341. tfc TO Kenneth Ray Noles sau County, Florida, this 20th day w I 1W from the City of Fernandina
: 667 S. Fletcher Be ch, except for the actual producer I
i
Eastman. Georgia; June A. D. 1963. ? Wheel
TWO STORY duplex two bed- FOR BEACH RENTALS, call 261- You are hereby notified that a suit /s D. 0. OXLEY i j f >of garbage and trash by owners :: Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your

toms: up 2 bedrooms down. 4642, W. I. McCranie. Will be has above been entitled filed cause against: and you that in you the Nassau Clerk Circuit County Court.Florida of premises comply with provided the provisions, that such of owners this : AYill BringPeak PerformNow! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance.

: if if if glad to show anyone the beach are hereby required to file jour answer (SEAL) \ ordinance and. all other governing I'I'I ance Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt AcYou'll Drive More Safely!
with the Clerk of this Court and 'S B. R. ,Burnsed rdmannes" I
: 2173 'S. Fletcher apts and cottages. tfcLOVELY to serve a copy thereof upon the Plain- B. R Ilurnsed \ SECTION 2. That Section li of the tor. tion of Your Brakes.
till Plaintiffs for Petitioners Ordinance No. 358 of the City of Fer. I -
or Attorney
CORNEll LOT.. .. 3.. bedrooms attofIley.hose
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'
VACATION oceanfront name and address is: P 0 Ilox 163Macclenny nandina Reach: be and the same is
Qtchen and dining area. Living downstairs MERCURY N KAVOUKUS Honda hereby repealed.
iom, Florida room utility apartment 10 j P. O Box 462 4t "10. !7, 74. 11 SECTION 3. That an ordinances and COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARSHarrell's
with fenced in yard. Sleeps 24 South 4th Street parts of ordinances in conflict herewith

rUom- and two-car garage. to 12 people. Phone 2613174.I I I Fernandina Beach Florida be and the same are hereby ,I
notlater than July 29. 1963. repealed. 1
tIel,
if I I
SECTION 4 That this ordinance
If you fail to do so. Decree Pro Con-
: 123 South 17th St. fesso will be entered against you for shall take effect immediately upon
SMALL UNFURNISHED house I the relief demanded m Complaint HELP SMOKE; its final passage and publication.MAYORCOMMISSIONER STANDARD Service"YOUR
Tw,, living din. Auto
bedrooms room
for rent 1310 Franklin St Call Th, nature of said $u4 '- being. forDlvort'e.
; E. J. SMITH '
-,.
i ijjjr room and kitchen. Lot 154 BEAR PREVENT .
140. 261-5277 for further information. I Witness my hand and. th. seal of I I IATI'EST. r s I
tIc said Court at Fernandma Beach Nassau -I David M. Oatchel RAMBLER DEALER"PHONE

: June.County 1963. Florida. this' ''21tb. day of I: ,3fc FOREST FIRES I Date City Manager of First Reading June.'12. .1963. -

Pete Ingrain Salesman UPPER LECK APIS. SEAL) -Sj Complete-I s IN THE SOUTH! June 25 19CL-
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: L. I.. Bohannon. Broker I ly furnished .1 oxle"l I.
I Clerk of the Circuit,Court. ( Pate cf Publication July 4; 15d ,
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Page Ten --- News-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 4, 1963l MARINA LOGBoats I r-- Men's s- i i VA Consultant -- -- -.

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To Visit Area
chance for selections, by these AUTO AIRCONDITIONERSRECHARGED

attending. Softball LeagueYoung's Assistant State Service Officer -

About two hundred fifty gar- Joseph ,Crawford will "Be at
% The
/
den clubbers attend the Short Crab Plant softball i' the office of County Service Of- .
Course each June. They are I : team continues to set the pace : licer,.Thomas G, Hall, 11 North ALL MAKES AND MODELS

Garden Basket housed in one of the_ women's in the City Softball circle as 4th Street, on Monday, July 8, GET YOtJR UNIT READY FOR SUMMER NOW!
from 2 to .
2 victories p.m. j
they picked up over
dormitories and eat in the dor- For CLARDY Air-Corfditioners
.. ==31- the past week of action while I!I i Veterans and their dependents Agency
cafeteria. For three days -e. --
!$ i/; BY JANE SCOFIELD mitory I --a.-=.. i the Box Plant team has been I. wishing an appointment with o
these women, ranging in age j I I
---= ;r-- Crawford WE
SPECIALIZE
may arrange one by IN
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from seventy-five on down with i
We are Just back from the eration to' work\ with the Headof the majority in their forties or I ,docking at the new City : idle.Young's won over KAC, '4-2,I tailing, Hall at 2614200.Porter's. 0 Tune-Up :..
Garden Club Short Course held I 'the Women's Activities of the fifties' because family responsibilities -I Marina during the past week and over the State Road team,' t Wheel Alignment
annually at the University of!I Extension, Department at Gainesville i keep many of the younger were as follows, with the name I 10-0. Gene Powers 'was on the I utom Transmission Repairs
of the boat, the owners address, : mound for both victories for the Lyons and McCall and -
Florida. This opportunity is avail in lining up an available I women at home, get a taste of ;
able through the cooperative efforts and This the the owner and length of boat I Crabbers. Mclver usually forms the battery -
interesting program. dormitory life again; tramp I -' I' t
of the Florida Institute for was -nineteenth such course. I halls and hurry to classes A bus II listed in that sequence: J I Chem-Cell defeated Porters in for the KAC ,with Joe Sur- !, REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANY
Continuing University Studies, University professors various is usually available to them for Kern, Kim, Jacksonville, North the other game of a double bill iano and Lee making up the I
Division of General Extension, plant socletiey members, and |i a cross campus activity. They Carolina, G. C. McClure, 27 feet. I Ii last Friday night 9-4. Joe- Sur- I baltery for the Chem-Cell team. I Your Local Oldsmobile Dealer >
and The Florida Federation of talented garden ,club members !have ,a wonderful time and take I i Mary B If Dinner Keys, Florida i iano i did tbe' puckng for the i Turko and Blackwood forms the 1 232 South 8th Street Phone 261-3122
Garden Clubs. Each year a Short put on the program, which assure full advantage of everythingthere Arthur Godfrey, 42 feet. 'I I winners with Thornton being ;; battery for the Road team. .. I
Course Chairman is appointedby a wide range of subjects,I is to do but by the third I Northerner, ,Titusville, Florida; !I charged with the loss. > j __ _
the State Garden Club Fed''something for everybody and a day community life and long un. E. Keller, 42 feet. Porter's bounced back Monday I .
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Sea Roamer, Jacksonville, night to defeat KAC, 7-3, as
Florida, B. G. :Malone, 52 feet., [ Thornton tossed a hitter for !
the Fish i Camp team. Lyons did
Ga. 1006 B Jesup :Georgia.| I II
tbe pitching for the KAC and
James G. Knight 22 fee, |
I nkked for 11 base hits.
was
BILLS 1 \ Sea Bass, Waycross, Georgia,I In ChemCell'3'win over Port
Frank Whitehan, 23 feet.
;! er's Lee led the.' hitters with 2'',:
Sea Lark, vi, Bayport New hits while Bill Royal, Jimmy
BILLS York, U. S. Freemari 55 feet.. 'jl Gordon, Brysoh Terry Babb, I

Monkey, fleltaville, Virginia, Bunch and Bennett had hits for i
:" : ; Ben Dorset, 23 feet ? t the winners. Tom Bailey. led I

BILLS t. Thunderbird junior, Gate Neck,Porter's In hitting with 3 hits
Long Island, New York, .Nowell with Brewer, Thornton and
Orvies, 31 feet. Knight sharing in' the hitting. ,
I
Captain K, Brunswick, Georgia,I Bill Cox, Wayne Dotson'and
ii. Kirchman, 60 feet I Bryant Tucker led Young's to .
Head Wind, Cape St. Mary, i the win over KAC with ,'2 hits I LOUNGE'
Maryland, D. 'H.: Harris 25 feet 1 apiece while Jimmy Roland belted .
\ '11 Carl Jones and 'Pow-
a triple.
Fenny Baxley, Georgia, W. N.
.. shared in Yduiijfc hits
Cromer, Jr., 15 feet. err ATLANTiC AVENUE AT BEACH
I W. E. Smith, Meeks, Gene Mc-
highlander Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Call, Mctver and Holley had the
C. L. Larson Co., 58 : : : I
five KAC hits with Meeks' hit I & iv kttflcTe.rr
IS THERE A I feet.Fish I being good for three bases. .
Hawk Patterson, Geor
I I In Young's win over the Road, 'I t '
gia, J. 0. Echols, 19 feet. !I 1 ( s, +
team, Nat Smith led the hitters
Sea Boot, Miami i, Florida, O.I :
WAY OUT? I E. Corey, 45 feet. I with 2 hits while Jimmy Roland >t, a r I t'S r
1 E. : Southern Trail, Ft. Lauderdale I belted a home run for the game'slongest
B. Castro, 96 feet. blow. Carl Jones, Bill'
I Cox, Wayne Dotson, Bryant

".'.:;.... I Tucker, Tommy Jones, Perry\.
I used muscles begin to tell on and G. Smith collected hits for I

them and they depart as happily I Young. i
as they came, quite weary but Purdy and Longstreet got the'' "1 1 J ,8:

hoping to return again ,and feel- I only hits off the pitching of t S 1 Rvs
ing that the Short Course is avery I I I Powers.

I'LL GET much worthwhile project. Hickox, Brewer and Bailey I
One of the S rfR
most enjoyable and collected 2 hits apiece to lead
inspirational features of the Porters .to the victory over KAC'!'I 1 1i >
Short Course is to see at close i while Freeman, Thornton, Bill i w
: I
A LOAN y ; range and discuss with companions -i Ward, Knight and Rowland hit : e I _
the beautifully planted _
Porter's.
safely for JimmyThornton's __ 1 1Mi
campus. Just at our dormitory
I. hit was. a home run _
"- door was a newly laid out Japanese I blast.

garden complete with stone I W. E. Smith and Mcjver) got V VI Vw { r _
f
bills down? Best lantern arched bridge decora- a
Has a pile-up of unpaid got you tive rocks and restrained plant. the two hits for KAC. ,'

way to get "out from under" fast is to consolidate your ing. Farther on there was a bed Powers\ and Tucker' have been r _

debts and pay them ALL off at once with cash.'on a low- of edged colorful with the foliage vivid and green flowers of as most the battery of the for games Young's this during year. I I

cost improved real estate loan from us. This loan lush a border of parsley as one Jimmy Thornton and Tom Bailey '
could wish for. In an excavated do the pitching and catching for : -
r
off monthly amounts.
can in easy-to-budget
you pay ___
I spot near the building several t I
Meantime credit fs. protected mind freed varieties of bamboo C 4
your your II were planted I'I'II

from worry and care! ." ing..presumably Around to the prevent agriculture wash I "SEE C. B.. \ i- u

I buildings one went from bed to d
bed identifying and admiring I 'Pete' INGRAM'iI
'Fernandina Federal I the plants. One of the most talk- I DANCE TO THE
ed of displays were several large FOR iELLOW MUSIC OF liTHE MEGATONS"NORTHEAST
clumps of deep rose crinum lilies -If
Real Estate
the variety Ellen Bosanquet, FL RIDA'S FINEST DANCE BAND
(You will remember that sever-I Life Insurance
Savings And loon Association al weeks ago we wrote of the I Retirement Income

beauty of many varieties of cri- Health & AccidentHospitalization WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
nums). These really tremendous j 1 ,
202 ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 261-5502 clumps of lilies were placed well
back in the border and in a spot Major Medical
where, little wind reached them, Disability Monthly Income FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT
and their large strapped foliage

of fresh green formed interest-f L L. BOHANNON
OURP ing accents I to the border. These I, 1:00 P.M.JIlL
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ltl handsome beauties are of easy INSURANCEPhone

Ci culture for us here; they like 261-5269 Beautifully Redecorated 1 In* A Hawaiian Decor
our climate. There is another
< Bosanquet variety, Louis Bosan- .
44.TII .
y 'Y",, '< :" ,, quet if we are not mistaken, '
which is pink in color and bloomsa
little later.

G ,.11 This year the plantings a- .
round the campus were of increased -
interest to us because, tL" NEWIBiggest!
Professor'oel R. Like superintendent -
Grounds : l 1
I of brought
.';+0'-"' : :into his lecture to us on rock i !rrrJt$ FRIGIDAIREfreshfood
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and sand gardens some of the
landscape 'problems he had solved :
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on the campus. One problemhad
$ 1EII been a'surplus of large rocks Ayi..:itl : r -t : .

to dispose of and instead of : .:;
hauling them away he had founduse
iIIL1iUI for' them to advantage in a 17: storehouse

- See YourFavorite number of instances where he ". .
could make them look naturalistic 3r1
than : ;:::w It.
rather man placed. '
1 T" Always of interest to gardeners i :;: :; .. I Special for freezer owners!
is the yearly garden forum :i:: :::";: *
conducted by, a panel] of profes ::;::':.;.::;:;i 55% 1 + Frigidaire MiniFreezerrefrigerator .

. Gulf SOTS, at which session the mehi- ;;?\:;:'. -'h is 96% refrigerator,
bers of the audience offer writ. :: ;k: F' 4% freezer-gives you .

ten questions to be answer i !:irn. ....r L+ov w.rrwrm' ) 13.15 cu. ft. for fresh food.
Our question concerned the miserable
r Dealer stink of pumpkin bug :triA: :: '-A--- I Automatic defrosting of \

which stings tomatoes just as > t; i I refrigerator section. \
I'they swell to ripen and causes :d \ '
the white fibrous condition un- :+: &, .' 1 Instant Ice Service with 80cubeIce
der the skin which must be -. 1i i '14 I Server and Ejector.
The entomologist ,,,.;.., t
: 'r DELUXE CROWN NYLONSwith ed away. peel-I -:&-
p GULFS ber of the group said s r. ,/ 1 Flowing Cold meat compartmentTwo ,

long-wearing Gulfflex rubber fairly new product called "revin" -j Gliding shelves bring food out
seems to have authority with
S : gives thousands of extra miles ,. them and can be used on ripen- fron$ twin fruit and Vegetable "
ing fruit with no danger to hu I,, '/1 Hydrators, too.
Deeper, Wider Tread If Cooler Running For mans. If one did not find "sevin" 11 .

market, lindane would do 1 .,,,
Added Safety on the I : I//i IMI rl I /1111 I /.IN
All Nylon Cord Construction I the work also and would be safe -.k I S Liberal
t Quiet, No-Squeal Ride I if care was taken to wash the -
For Greater Bruise Resistance S .
Double Butyl:liner. fruit thoroughly.COOPER'S. : Yodel FCDM.14-63 13.73 eu.ft Trade-In

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d I S FRIGIDAIRE- Allowances

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LAUNDRYCoin '. THE FAMILY REFRIGERATOR easy terms
S. R. MERROW, JR.tJ

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s DISTRIBUTOR Mrs.. Doris\ Howard, :

Fcrnondino Beach, Florida Manager Florida Public Utilities Co.


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