Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00028
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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! ,.. Since lea Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession. The Florida News. The East FlorWian. The Peninsula.: The ternanaina" courier, -me Island City, FenuuM'na ooserver Fernandina Express, The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror, The Nassau County Star, The News, The reman dma Record,
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i ,Iusl/famllin i it I 1 I PETAURAN1S MOTELS K' ?-?'q V :, ? "f/ 1 CityElection Tuesday

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Voters will go to the polls ; are contesting in each of the two Group Two is E. J. Smith. lie is Deadline for application for

here Tuesday to decide on two I! groups. I' opposed by Hilton L Kitchens. I absentee ballots is 5 p.m. today

T City Commissioners, one in II However, both races are Incumbent commissioner in I and deadline for receiving t.c:
t strongly contested and a large I Group Three is E. J. Johnson, I absentee ballots is 5 p.m. IonI -
.. : Group Two and one in Group turnout is expected for the election I Jr. He is opposed by Herb White. day.A

Parking meters on again, Three. II I which will be held in Commission I In this issue each of the. candidates total of 2,515'Men au-
off again, Finnegan wonderif Relatively little time will be I chambers at the City I has had inserted an ad.I I qualified to vote in the election
I, i anyone is concerned with what spent in the voting machine I Hall. I I vertisement in behalf l of his 9an- Polls will open at 7 a.m. and
little insignificant John Q. Taxpayer booths as only two candidates Incumbent commissioner in didacy. I.close at 7 p.m.
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,I fedcrX'teels'on the subject.

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t I The many flags displayed in ; Commissioners Take Action

'\ i'' Fernandina Beach on the Fourth .. .
: I of ,July dispersed some of the :
leaN that Americanism is on .

I ,I the .wane. Of course, the Jay. .. .
I tees had the business area be.

decked as on every holiday and. .. ,
a great sight it makes. Top display ,' ,,
To Restore
I however, was surely one on Parking Meters

KortK Sixth Street where Mrs. ,, <.. .
Betty Dressier and her children

J had. a )Jiuge 8 x 12 flag strung&

above the front yard. Turned .. After a lengthy discussion last The Merchants Association, on tion of Commissioner Ben Sorensen -and a unanimous vote.

out\ that the flag has quite a i ihistory j I night the City Commission voted whose motion the meters were a second by L. L Bohannonand I First to speak in protect <.i i 'tI
I II' BOB CARTER, center, looks at his blackened motor and seared boat which were dam1
too. It was secured ''to restore parking meters in the removed, had forwarded a letter the unanimous vote of the time limit for parking was 'f lJ
I in the fire at Dick Gordon's Automotive Service last week. Right is Jimmy Grai
her1' grandfather, Capt. Steve aged I
i downtown area. I jto the Commission asking that J Commissioners in attendance. E.J. Steger. Others who spoke
I' Cha.dwick, just after Arizona I i, Yes, fire captain who battled the blaze 'along ,with other city firemen in the early The action was taken following cne-hour time limit signs for Smith was not present at the testing time: limit signs or 111/-tot-'
became the 48th state. Many !!; morning hours. Left is Topsy Smith, an employee at Gordon's. The fire, which reportedly protests by a number of parking be ,placed in the block I'time of the voting. I restoring the meters were Fr m.

I % .11" remember Capt. Chadwickjas' 1 1I ;i started in the paint department, was 8'0 intense it melted windshields and steering (I merchants in the 200 block on in question. j Last night the restoring action Mitchell, Dan Griffin, Bert Maxwell .
a""prominent operator of a ,I wheels on a number of boats along with damage to the hulls and to a number of vehicles Atlantic Avenue that a time limit I The removal action was taken was taken with Sorensen makingthe Jimmy Ham, Herb Wiuu

I fleet of. tug boats here when the !I in the garage. I be instituted in that area. I at the April 24 meeting on mo- motion, Bohannon seconding i There was some discussion a.>
hatbdf 'was buzzing with aetivi. ---
I I to whether the city was actuu
1 ty. Mrs. Dressier also 'set up her j jI in good faith since
they Jud
own heritage of patriotism dur-j i iI Growth Of City ommunity Chest- Beard is SpeakerAt agreed to a six-month trial I'l'iod -
I I ing World War II when she |I' Commission Reaffirms Stand Jnited Fund Director! I without meters and otKi I ...

served as an instructor in the I Promotes Reroutim To Meet July 18 I i thought the Merchants. Conmu-
Air Corps. II Regular MeetingOf :: sion should be given time1,)
state reasons for their .'
I My concern over the wane of Directors of the CommunitjJhestUnited 'I However, the requt;
; Of Garbage Trucks Fund of Nassau ClubJim matter was {pn-h-
wis further dis. I
Americanism I ed through and .
i Sorensen's
I Jounty will meet Thursday, July 1110i
pelled on other occasions during ; ;Construction ofiR 95 i lion contained the stioulat:on,
the holiday period. I found out :Ag i I Citing that the City of Fer .8 at 7:30 p.m. in the confer. Beard gave a run-down that City Manager Data! Oai-

that Ben Sorensen, city commissioner nandina Beach has not been rerouted nce room at Container Corporation un past and present activity of I chel take the necessary steps ;<.
and former mayor, not for garbage collection of America.At the Fernandina Beach Public have the meters back in pLu
only ,provided the new flagpole Meeting Wednesday in regular since 1961, City Manager David this meeting the Budget Works Department as he ad. and operating next Monday a.m.
m front of the courthouse but I monthly session, the Board of Gatchel announced this week md Admissions Committee, dressed fellow Rotarians Wed- !I In other business Gatchel
aild b'ad' It installed. Sure makes Caldwell Gives I County Commissioners reaffirmed '; Ira Hall ListsSchedule that certain changes will be im /neaded by Dr. W. D. Rodeffer, nesday at the regular weekly I that arrangements it imported >"'
handsome and patriotic addi.tlolt plemented. anti submit their'recommenda- luncheon.
l stand the
a ther: against the con irrigation system at the goh!!
\ to the ancient structure. Add struction of Interstate Route 95 Gatchel pointed out that tht dons for the coming year in the Beard public works director, I course were progiesimg :)at -
also a stirring address about In-j: Kiwanians View through Nassau County. i i i Of Fees many new homes constructed h. total amount of $17,606.12.Ira i listed the Florida Marine Wel. factorily.

I dependence Day by Thos. G. ; The move came after Com-1 i i the past two years makes the rerouting Hall, campaign fund chair come Station, the new city marina Gatchel reported that W m. ii.
Shave, Jr., local barrister, at theo Of Weekly's RoleBY missioner. N. Galphin cited : For Boat Licenses of the sanitation trucks man, will also' report on plans ball park lighting, golf Bowers, Inc., had submitted a
regular meeting last Wednesday I the recent program concerning a necessity in older to provide for the upcoming drive. course irrigation, paving of the price of $26,148.16 for install,!,.:
; i of the Rotary Club.-In the Roto. TOMMY HALL IR 95 on the television show. faster and more adequate. ser golf course: parking lot, certain the equipment as it is sccuuc"
I' breeze, official club news-letter Ray Caldwell, Fernandina i Compass 12, in ,which State Tax: Collector Ira Hall announced vice. city streets and the area adJacent by the city from individual bid.
edited so ably by George Fox, this week that forms Winner Of Lions the marina and ders.
Beach News-Leader Editor was I Road Board member Ralph Pow In line with the decision Jim to as recent ,
Tom was credited with bringingout I : are now available at his office I
of Lake City reportedly said i l'esent project. Bowers had also submitted
the featured speaker at the ers I! Beard, Director of Public Works, ut a
a number of salient point : that most of the opposition in' for the registration of boats. The speaker also facts alternate cost plus bid of IL 1 uUly .
I Monday night9etjng. of KiwanU said that Affective July 15 the Scholarship .Guest gave
; in the Consjitujton( thaj, ,haye a.1dart 'andSfrasrpreSeatJ to the .Florida .had come remBissau: ,i,Jhejrecent legislaiure"put pleasure following routes schedule will and figures in connection with I over $24,000 'but... it MS s mau-U
direct bearing on conditions t Program Chairman Rudy'but that since,' Jhng'! had been'I'. boats on'a fee sche'dftle similar become effective most' of.the. endeaOII' along fry Sorensen and seconded t>y
club> by :
$ Fox quoted Shave as commending York. Caldwell's talk centered!! heard lately he' presumed i .the i } to automobiles s and 'Gov. Far- At Regular MeetingMiss with plans for other area im Bohannon that the straight con-
both the national and Residences now receiving gar
the' opposition had waned. i I. ris Bryant okayed the bill Tues.. provements.In tract be approved.
I4 local effort in the "Let Freedom around weekly newspapers, : day. bage service on Mondays and
Ring" move. service they render and the pur. !:I Galphin said that such was I II wwwwww, Thursdays will be changed to Carol Schuett, one of the the absence of President Material for the irrigation Iu3:
pose which they serve in the i I not the case and other Commissioners Tuesdays and Fridays. (Residences outstanding seniors at Fernan- Hugh Stone, Jr., immediate past been contracted at $27,818 to
At time Tax
home community. i! concurred that both Gov. press County in Forest Hills and Egans dma Beach High School during president Frank Hawks conducted three separate firms, bringing
Collector Ira Hall notified the
I' took a boat ride along the I Tracing the origin and early Farris Bryant and Powers be Meadows sections will retain the past year and the winner of the meeting. the total to $53,906.16. It ua,
News-Leader that decals for
waterfront last week and could beginnings of newspapers he contacted by letter to reaffirmthe their same collection days, Mon the Lions Club scholarship Carl Blumenshein, Contains noted that this is a considerate
arrived and
boats had not
I alnjosf} visualize the lofty masts j said, "they really had their origin Board's negative stand on days and Thursdays). was the guest of that club Tues Corporation of America execu saving over the original low bid
that boat should wait
and ,billowing sails of merchant I I in medieval times, when the IR 95. I owners day night. tive, was the guest of Bob Phin- of $61,000 for the entire pio-
until arrive before Residences receiving
they bujing now gar.
ships that once made this a I town crier was the disseminatorof Thfc Board held S and Miss Schuett was properly recognized ney. Bill Hunt of Jackson, Miss., ject.
Jic bage service on Tuesdays
Work the
bustling and famous'port The of the com.I I I of his father Hugh on system is cx-
the happenings ..heir regular six- Fridays will be changed to Mondays and acclaimed by the was guest ,
wide of areas that were I I I ptcted to begin in the near future
expanse top-notch editorsof
I munity.I Many II I dub for her achievementSpeaker Hunt, and Sam David of Atlanta,
once filled with docks and where our times, at the helm of the nonths reorgan- I' Registration periods are for i and Thursdays. Ga., was a guestWeotherford with potaible! completion by
'zational meeting 12 months and the registration Wednesday and Friday routes for the evening was Sept. 1.
now there are only rotting piltn.g ;i: "big dailies", got their grass Sfl.
makes one wonder if the i:, roots training with the weekly ind Jim Thomas certificates will expire June 30 will be uncnanged. Ray Caldwell, who spoke to the Col. Walter Preiten, director
finest natural deep water bar.'I The day-to-day in. u. .vas named as of each year.Continued. The public's cooperation in the club on the strong. need for bet- At jf Civil Defense for Nas.ajJounty

bor in Florida might not once tidents newspapers.in the lives of the individual : : hairman of the ( on Page Three) changed schedule will be appre- ter leadership in all branches of Convention Of County appeared before the
again become a busy port. What I'I citizens, are important oard He ciated, said the city officials. the government today. Commission and requested that
would it take? Rail and truck aspects of the week's news the ; > suc- Mrs. Jerome Byrnes Caldwell cited that it was Judges In Miami .he city donate the surplus fire
facilities are here to transport!I i marriages births the social eeds H a r ry from clubs such as the Lions County Judge and Mrs. J. E .ruck they own to his agcn< v.He .
carga by land either for export-1 i'happenings I the accomplishments I 5ooleW.N. Gal I To Be Guest Soloist Trio Plead Guilty that leaders were fostered. (Gene) Weatherford left yester- stated that he would in turn

ing' ,6rimportaing. It's only min- I' and attainments of youth phin was named At 1 1st Presbyterian Speaking also as editor of the day for Miami to attend a 3-day present the truck to the Yuiecolunteer

utearam the docks to open ,: and adult alike make up the record Jim Thomas vice chairman. I Breaking Entering I Ii News-Leader, Caldwell gave a convention of the Florida Comity / fire department.After .
water. Who will revive the possibility : which is published with Renamed to county posts were, Mrs. Jerome Byrnes of Washington brief background of weekly Judge's Association.The considerable discussion
of a free port? each edition. A review of the Thos. J. Shave, Jr., attorney for i D. C., daughter of local newspapers and the functions conclave is being held in jf the possible use of the truck
r past issues will reveal the life the Board, Mercury Kavouklis, I residents', Mr. and Mrs. E. C. i Of Island BarTwo they are supposed to fulfill. I the Deauville Hotel at Miami at a sub-station for the South
J Regardless of whether Fernanduu and accomplishments of the peo- county prosecutor, Thomas G. I Kenyon will render special Following the regular meeting,] Beach. Fletcher Avenue area, Preston'",

Beach should or should not : (Continued On Page Two) Hall, county service officer, and i music at the First Presbyterian I Negroes, Edde Chambers President Ben Clarke conducteda Joseph and Suzanne who havt request was granted on motion
havf Approved the proposed natural' -!.I A. L. Scus&ell, road superintend I Church Sunday, July 14th, at I and Kenneth Jenkins of Tam board meeting. been visiting relatives there, by Bohannon, seconded by Soi-
gas system, the city certainly" i Becket Elected To 'Ithe morning service. I plead guilty in County Judge j New pianist for the club is i will return with their parent; ensen, and unanimous vote.
ent.Chuck's pa (Continued on Page Three
"made the news on a nationwide Mrs. Ruth Conner. Sunday.
I TV, of Fernandina Mrs. Byrnes, affectionatelyknown J. E. (Gene) Weatherford'scourt
basis in the matter. Boys State House Beach, was awarded a contract I as Claire, is soloist at Tuesday to charges of I 1- -

"Gotcrnment In Gas", a public I Of Representatives in the amount of $3,541 to sup the Riverside Presbyterian breaking and entering with intent .I -
information service of the Am- S F > 4zn.
I ply equipment for the county'scivil Church in Hyattsville, Maryland.Rev. to commit a felony. I I
trican: Gas Association, devoted The American Legion Boys defense radio network. William Baker will preach, Chambers is 25 and Jenkins, a '
one entire news letter to the 1! State Legislature held its first Col Walter Preston, civil defense in the absence of Rev. John Dozier -,I former local resident is 23. S 5'S
local referendum and the out.
come. Included were geographical I session in Tallahassee today. director, attended the I who is on vacation. Fast action by City PoliceS

and physical: characteristic Steve Beckett, sponsored by meeting and concurred with the I The following Sunday Mr. I Bobby Moore and Nick Smith 5- 1' S ,, 5 '5"S
p the Theodore II. Hernandez Post Board in the awarding of the Underwood of Underwood Jew.o resulted in the apprehension of 'SS 57
of this city and a history of the S
I proposed'system.: A number oft 54, has been elected a member contract. I elers,' Jacksonville, will be the:I the pair at the Island Bar, a :5 ', ; t' S
local citizens were mentioned ''of the House of Representatives._. (Continued on Page Three) lay preacher.. Negro establishment on North 5', > '55.'
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Third Street, after they receive i
frequently in the article, including 'I
I ed a tip that the two were in
Commissioner E. J. Johnson,
Jr., who was cited for raising :, the building.
opposition to 'the system and $T Weatherford, following the tj'i.

Ben- Sorensen, mayor at the time guilty pleas bound the two men

Ihe' opposition arose, for his I over to Circuit Court. Bond was ,", ($ ,' -
strong-'stand in behalf of the set at $2,000 each. S 5' t

jifr6jcct S } Noted also was the opposition I 4 5' "SI

by the Junior Chamber S S S v S X ;'
bf Commerce with Don Roberta 54,, Heavy Seas Force i :

mentioned as heading& up the op. : ,. :

position for that group. Included Manson. To QuitMiami41. 4
aUq; vtrc: reproductions of the
ads run, in the News.Leader both

for and against the system. L. L. Y. Run I t ,, ,
.Boha mon was noted for his radio ; S. ,

campaign in behalf of the sy. Jack Manson, skipper of the 1

$\ePa, a City Commissioner as iIiliIIITIlE 40-foot Allied GX out of }Miami I
-als Sorcnsen. State Senator
I J was >0'
was forced to abandon his tryto
.Harry Stratton and Representative .
1 break the speed run from Miami
'Claude Wingate were mentioned
to New York due to heavy
prominently for their part L
seas earlier in the week.
I j j in promoting a referendum on '
the matter and the system's sub. Manson gave up the run approximately --
sequent defeat., 60 miles off Fer-1
nandina Beach, pulling into the _

Did you catch the big plug for SOUTHERN TRAIL, plush yacht .of the Bernard Castro; family,. WiS.the. subject I Marina shortly} after midnight
where he remained until morning -
.&U1eli&, .Island in the July 7 -issue cf considerable local interest during a visit here last week to the new City Marina. when he returned to Miami j
of the All-Florida Magazine. Mrs. Teresa Castro, whose husband heads the 'Castro Convertible Furniture Co., will be : ENJOYING THE INCOMPARABLE DEEP I SEA FISHING off Fernandina Beach .>Pd
TereSa did terrific The Allied GX is the camera !
Holloway a remembered locally)) for her hospitality to local and visiting dignitaries during the dedication for relaxing a bit after the recent strenuous session in Tallahassee, was Nassau's legislative
in her article "Island of Des. boat used filming the J. F.j,
tiny", in which she delved as far j I of the Florida Marine Welcome Station With Mrs Castro was her talented and I:i Kennedy movie, P.T. 109. delegation as they went out with Skipper Lonnie Freeman for a try at the king

,back as May of 1562: to tell of famous daughter, Bernadette, Mr.( and Mrs.( John A. McDonald of Radio WSM in Nashville t Manson will try the run again I mackerel. Left to right, Ed Conner, Rayonier employee of Callahan, Mrs. Stratton,

much of the rich history of Tenn., Mr.( and Mrs. John L. Callan of Fort Lauderdale and Miss Connie Wilkin, ,,'henfeather permits. State Senator Harry Stratton, Mrs. Conner, Mrs. Wingate and State RepresentativeClaude

lia Island. The article ,,' Ame-j' secretary to Bernadette. Mrs. Doyle Conner joined the group here to enjoy a part of the I Wingate. Lonnie took them where the finny denizen were and .they brought in

(Continued Oo Pit Six) cruise up the Intracostal Waterway to }'ftw York Patronize Oar AdTertiseri fire beauties ranging up to 15 pounds .,
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Page1 Two N'ews-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 11, 1963 -. f '-f active! date In i sm'U'. cr !'aticn' .:: t LlTTlRSTQ: i.i
al Guard. ; k .
Know Your Florida Laws NOTIFY CLUBS, ETC. Notify .
FERHANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER I and .arrange, suspension 'of'j.! (Continued treat Page: Ont)) THE EDITOR

511 ASU STIEET PHONES S6S& 3U7 TheMm dues, pro rata,:refund. ,: pie who make up .the commun, -
.. ezw' tjarti Aa A PuWfc Smice By SAFE DEPOSIT BOX -. Rent : ity. July 10, lD63;,

A John K. Perry Newspaper ; .(outer one for your important documents. 1: The speaker comp'rmented.Xi.. I Mr. Ray Caldwell,
1 : THE FLORfDA BAR etc. \\ uians as 'being a most actiVjg : Editor,

t Ray ;!dwell. Editor tJNATtONAl Manus BY PAUL WARWICK M i i ABSENTEE BALLOTS You ,. organization in our community, Fernandina Beach, Jfero. Leader--
f The Statewide Organization of Lawyers Judges f j And speaking of civic dubs gen- t *.*..
l i i cannot vote in any primary or '
b. d Sponsored by Nissan County Bar Association eralljr, he said, "it is from these Dear Ray *
'.a : election in Florida unless you .
With all due respect to the '
Some think the
i If f\ EDITORIAL,, city's commercial interests, thin :, have registered to vote, so if you that the community leaders. people Jayeees
involved inn the Hospital
rA S I column is firmly of the opinion : TO THE MEN i your home, make arrangements are 21 or older, be sure V register come. ate '
c8TI3Nf.oa.o I ABOUT for of The Rev. Nelson tfoyerr! r' 'minister witch-hunt and to stop this, vre
that the biggest bargains, year TO ENTER payments of taxes, mortgage with the Supervisor Reg. .
voted to
;. in- and out, offered by THE ARMED FORCES OF THE I payments insurance- premiums, istration ia your county. If you of Memorial MstWist at IfondaY'imeeting
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION the Fernandina year Beach are public li- UNITED STATES: I repairs, etc. A* to other real estate I are under 21 but will become eft I Church, was inducted into the submit to 1&11he"folldwfagj!' LeN
brary.In The best wishes of your countrymen you may own, arrange fori gible to vote while ia the service cr&b- by Thomas G. Hall. ter to the Editor.. ,
M Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office I i Ben Thorton Ki- 1 Dear Editor
go with you as you prepare same payment and also for rent you may also ,make application a :
Fernandina Beach, Florida, as second class mail matter. order to reach such a conclusion to assume one of the highest 'collections lease obligations, termination register with= the Supervisor, and wanlaa made up his attendant : The Jaycees have( been iwn
Subscription Rates: : one must be a lover of I I J obligations of citizenship. ar renewal, etc. you will be duly registered: when and had as his guest, Bruce'1 tioned as being .among the acusprt *-

$4 a year $2.25 6 months $1-25 3 Months books any sort of books i I Your military service may, of t i MORTGAGE AND LAND CON- you l'eac121.. (Tie voting officer K lk fY. Also making ufr their i kr the, recent he.$pit=\t|
$4.50 a year out of county and I readily plead guilty to I course, take you far from home ', TRAnS Arrange with lender ,' of your unit in, the service will attendance were tester LewftQen* problem and at this lime Here
such an addiction. From childhood I and perhaps to other lands. While for deferment ev reduction of j i I assist you in obtaining absentee of .the Defend Club father of i by categorically deny any involvement .

A public library, stocked| you are away, questions may arise ; principal payments, if necessary. ., ballots.) Kiwaniaa Reed! Lewellen and i in this dispute
with books of all ages' alwayshas j I with regard to your real o* personal -I!The Soidim' aad Sailors" Civil : CERTIFICATES Obtain Shaw PeamU of the Ocala K1PwanLs !! The Feii&oad&t; .Beach Jaycees

been a haven to me when it property insurance, bank i Relief Act may protect you a- ,, three certified copies of your max-',, Club I j I hope this reaches you in time
Cozvbo)'s and Engines iy Irwin CaplanI was available.For i'' accounts, and similar matters. ItI i! gainst foreclosure. riage certificate and your child- Bryan. Rauschert, recently ?*.. for tie July .Hth issue.

the past 15 years, my immediate -I I will ease your mind and that of j r t LEASES Arrange to cancel ren's birth certificates, and take turned from the Atlantic City Thank you,

family has depended on : your family if you give consideration -i j or sublet leases on business or with you into the service one cer- Convention of Kiwanis. International I
I the New York Public Library he represented the Robert L. Gingles
I to- these problem rws- and i residence Provide fey getting'' tified copy of each of those cer where
I and others in the suburbs of i i make the necessary arrangements ) premise* hack when you return tifiea.tet. for allotment purposes. club, presided athe; meeting) Officer,
that city. Since retirement, how- ,,: for the proper management of 'U you give proper notice the Put the remaining certified copies'''He reminded the membership of I Fernandina Beach. Jaycees
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ever, 'we all have come back ,to i, your affairs until you return. 1! Soldiers' and Sailor,* Civil Relief in a safe place readily accessibleto Ladies Night: to be held czj the
our native South and Fernandina.I t I To assist you, the check list on fAct save you from further lia- your family,* for their possibleuse evening of July 22nd. I Try A Classified

\ High among the pleasures we I the following pages has been prepared -i, j under lease. inv filing claims with the Veterans I ,I ----
\ \ \ have found here has been the library I I[ based upon the experience! LIST OF ASSETS Prepare ,, .Admin&tratjen and the. So Ceuat.i Gets Race Truck Jf aeTALLAHASSEE > '-

i I entered from the 10th of others who have entered the 'a complete inventory of _everything clay; 'S Security ..Admmiatration- :Ifyouhave State' 16
Tuesday ,
St. side of the Masonic Templeon i i armed forces and upon the, laws, ,': you own and,: where.'it'-may ; ; been, married; ,'b'efqr?, :Comptroller'; Jtay E. Green said July .
Atlantic Ave. It has servedus I lof the United States and of, the ,: be found Place' list ia1: your safe obtain 'and'.put..iiu such,sate pl.a.c: f''today theck* 'for $7, 0$. are being Is

well I: State of Florida. While not all-: ''deposit; boxer other safe, place.I i ii. j jj twot- certified, eopies'of, eiprr.d'i. ; Wailedto-; 'ehcK o| the. 67 Election ,Ddy
0I Quiet, restful and amply filled -,i'I I inclusive, this, check list tries ,)fo !I MARITAL HISTORY 'Pre; YOFce. 'dectee,. ec of you?<'ffirmerwife's c coafcti?!,'.. JtH$' thefinal, payment i
i. *
'with books, it both affords!I f[I suggest different ,matters whit"' i j I -! 'o'eath, .certificate: : ',;.. ,,frwu'.the :raee track tax lund,for' .

you books. to take home with you 'I II i I need your, attention' now. ., Pmarital complete history,statement including of: your the :, r 1. /., they. current fiscal period. VOTE FOR AND ELECT

I and offers a lovely, subdued atmosphere ;'I! Check list of things you should'i of former spouses if any,' ': bere's _BO, "off-season" "il) The comptroller said the payment "
i names ,
i in, its reading room. consider doing BOW. Some miy :1 I the dates and places of any* pre; newspaper reading. Thee newspaper bring's'the total received Hilton L,. Kitchens .
I The only wonder is why it IS so 'j i|. not be applicable to )"00. Your vious marriages and ,of any divorces .! habit i? constant .through: ''this fiscal by. each county from
i quiet why more people are' decisions as to those that are,applicable I and the dates and pjaces) the year. The same number ( the race track tax fund to $206- CITY COMMISSIONER

I cot milling about to take advantage -'! should, of course, be bas. ,,: of the deaths of any former spous. newspapers are bought throughthe BOO, the highest in the history GROUP 2 .

of the reading opportunities'it ed upon your own special circum : es. Place statement m' your safe, .summer as through the ..winter t-of the day.. Each county last year ,! D..i-f l",. Rv Vi1'n" to. Kit.h40nc
provides. : stances. I deposit box or other safe place ) ,, faU'9r spring .1!received L $201,000.
A library, to be useful and enjoyable t] '
(This information may essential '
doesn't need all itsj I If you want someone to act for], to establish the, rights of .

shelves stacked with lurid best-, you while you are away (such as your dependents to certain bene. j
sellers, with shrieking dust-jackets -] in the sale of your automobile,.: fits.) ;
T'r At Your favorite Store
and four.letter words. The i, your home, or other assets), eX-I' BONDS AND STOCKS As *
TO Fernandina Beach library is modern
; ecute of and
power attorney record to bonds, interest and: maturity
enough; here you can find I it in the office' of the Clerk j' dates should be checked and arrangements i
mast of the up-to-date volumes I of the Circuit Court in your county -: I made for collection. 'I 's :
that have real value between I (Be sure the instrument is [ Ask.Forlt.
i' As to stocks dividend. collection. I .
thier covers. I Ij' for unlimited .
carefully drawn, sheuld be arranged and. power of .
i And there are many books, to I powers have sometimes been I attorney_executed in case of sale f fI

I GIlA EXTI Ajeeoty IOTOON rot tHIS son or IMNG.* j' many people, which should be I abused) during absence. '. .
re-read. Books by Dickens; I WILL Prepare or revise AUTOMOBILE' .TITLE AND I ,
7b Troytfon Sohhf$trY?c. Thackery, Scott and many others i your will (if you 18 or older). INSURANCE -Be sure'own. -1
I which you HAD to read in school- {i JOB SECURITY The" law '
1 I da 's, therefore did not appre* I i provides certain re-employment ship and insurance records are : HILL DAIRY
Driver error caused more than 80% of 1961 casualties I available and in the riamfr ',of, the
i ciate. With a different, more rights. While it is not legally necessary I '
will ?.. .
It"your :_car' 's R
: proper person. _
I mature outlook, can read in order to those
you preserve '
not be used for b'usiness'purposes, 1 1I 'i, ""ONLY "
; '
.- ._- i them again and enjoy them to I rights, to notify your employer will probably be\entitled ;Ito)a
--- ----
--- you
; the utmost. < that you are leaving your job to I Xutomobfle r ::A, '3* .? FERNANDINA BEACH
We started out speaking of 'enter the armed forces, .it will reduced .premium. I I y. +
t title certificate tshouldi be signedif
1. ," .. bargains. 'The monthly rate for 'j avoid misunderstandings if you I sale U contemplated.!, r For Home Delivery Call 2613198Fernandina
___-"'":" : f" membership in the Fernandina!I will write a letter to your em- I .,..
'. _' f. j YOUR ADDRESS Leave, Beach ,
: library is 25 cents one quar.- ployer containing a statement like !
-' r .,.. tei of a dollar. You can't beat his: "I am leaving my position to i with some friend, besides, your : *
that for any form of amusementand i enter the armed forces. It is my,j wife, complete data as to yourself j4 I' ? tl* TASTE THE DtFFERENCEnI 1
... incidentally, it is ,the same i'understanding that the law pro. : where you are, how you may : .c
MAN. Did These rate{ that was charged when the: [vides reemplol11ent'rights for : be reached, and keep that person TASTE THE FRESHNESS
t ( informed of changes while
1 cV library was founded back in i'persons who leave positions to I 1 you I Ii .

Save Me Money!I M t,, \Eaf 1891..'. We!Stor11'1 will talk fnturl'more",cSIumnsj about',I enter military that- y service.u' not resign" It is from suggested -i i i for are him away.ta It reach may you be in_ :necessaryi an eJ1er-j : Direct From Farmer To YOU!,

ask that'you be gency.
Right now, we only have space'to I: your job I
tell about the privilege many.I given military leave during the I CHANGE OF ADDRESS CARD \ { *
( ,people NOW are enjoying and/period of your service. Also: check ''- File with post' office.' ; Have :' \ TASTE THE RICHNESS .
unfortunately, what so many are {I regarding your emplo"er. mployI : mail forwarded to you or some
. missing. I ee-union statusr reinstatement, responsible person "who. will' ,, act I; : Move Up To Quality Use Permfurh"

Mrs. Edith Flood, librarian, is!,i etc CHECKING AND SAVINGS.!' for NOTIFY you DRAFT BOARD _j: Jersey Milk 1 .

sr V r SsP k: .a been dedicated associated booklover with the and library has''I I ACCOUNTS Open a ,checking I Ii I If you are' registered with Selective I PLASTIC CAtTT 4 ...

\i or saving account in a. local bank !I; Service and you are called to' .
1 she says "almost all my life"We !i I I ......... .'
& fc3s and consider ,making it a. joint --- -- ------- -------- -
<*-6< Hr first met it through one of | .
.... Right; now, (fait year" canc.lltcf checks moVe the best her associates, Katherine i iI' I''account with your wife, mother. ., I : : : ,
: town Not only do fNY list oil income fox d.cfutHoni but I' Davis., or father. : 1"', .
your they CREDIT RESOURCES Arrange : : : 4 :
prev.de the finest kind of evidence for Int.rna1ltVlAUllult In case. Mrs. Flood, incidentally, started !, for family to obtain creditor p; I} : :: tI' : ;

: Nou're wise to poy every bill by check You're wise, too, when you to school in Fernandina in : loans in emergencies. ;x ; ; ; : :
/ -chKk on the bank that has everything, when "comet to a complete! the very same building that now I! INCOME TAX Pay your : : : i :
; financial service houses the library. It used to b<*:. Federal income tax to date if you :: 1. : .
.' a schoolhouse before it was .
If there is tax liability outstanding -
I'taken over by the Masons who, j
and if 'your : f
I unpaid'and ; '
.tl. fi--.t .4. : 1. 1
! : r I Mrs. Flood says, are now amongits ability to pay it fs affected by : ,1". ,1o'' ....J'. '
j most active supporters. ,i your entering the service, ,advise "t r:.+.t.' .". ,
{ The library was first introduc-: !. the Director of Internal Revenue ..-: .'
r LORlDA Nations Bank j ed to us by Don Caldwell, son of i. of your district and submit a financial *I I. ..

i '. this newspaper's editor. ., statement to him. Arrangeto .
.uW. .wrr. rrw rww uuo.w uaw Gerry I I
file income tax return while, :
: at Fernandina leach Sheffield also has written interestingly i ? L './
'I for are not excused -I,
I i your are away you.
about it in the past.I' from filing such returns __
There are. more things we.I
many .
1 A A nWSa uou."" oir0l,' Me41Ce .' and"declaration \et,estimated tax' ..
f.OPY4..TY11rlf i will want to tell you about this .... ./.. .
t Fernandina solely because you are in Ue ser- .

t S '.' Ye But meanwhile, begin to enjoy j i vice.MONEY OWL\G TO YOUn-ti JL? + 1 a

.. it if you have not already for ., ,,1
k' ,
Send statements arrange { : s: :a k'7 K'v' t 4 ,c
1 I done so.We're !,,'collections or sale of accounts re-f "
ceivable. 'I '

for payment of outstanding r..Y 4 v
I bills and loans by reduced installments _-v--i : ,1siso.wrr ,
if necessary. The Soldiers''
I and Sailors' Civil Relief Act give

Little/ I!you certain protections against, .
A /
Smoky [t I 1 j judgments entered while you are..L I .
( in the service. This often makes ;t
I I possible the suspension of ,pay- !
II '
'menu on debts incurred before enlitering 1 ,,, ; e ,:'.
.. t I the service, beyond"your I .J"
BUT STILL [i ability to pay until after your discharge "t ,.
i I from the service. It does.
; fymir 700,Club Coups
[: not cancel debt.INSTALLMENT. 'f

!:[- On automobiles, appliances,

Open For Business [!!:i'.furniture Sailors' Civil, etc.,Relief the Soldiers'Act protects and Hie kanfest part, about parking a Corvair is .finding a nickel ;

., you against repossession. by com- f.""

;: panics financing purchase, excejxt That may be a slight overstatement, but such }aantithe rear.'Why the rear!.It. gw Corvaic extra traction ..

: WITH THATGasoHw [;: through court proceedings under Hess comes easily when yo 'rea. Corn r owneron any road surface. It. ; provides;, nearly flat floor tor

: 'i., certain be conditions able to and hence to scale you And :you can, usually back it up=as easily as.yoa more useable interior ?p ace. Best of all, i it produces '
I :; may arrange -
: : down monthly payments if necesi can bade up a Corvair Yo 'J\\ find your- Jf steering sa light, so responsive, you

i, sary. self doing that occasionally, if only to lfl! wonder wjiy; no other Americau-mada

i" Good GuN And Oil I I LIFE INSURANCE Go over adjust the brakes-they're 5Ju1jtU1( car thought of it :'

|I policies to be sore beneficiaries That all there &to it, d tkat'sa Corvair'Ongine is also air cooled*, we- z

I .. : are correct Arrange for premium example of how ikfightfully easy CorvairLi might add*,"hich'mran! there's no antifreeze

payments. to drive and maintain, or water foryou to ';
owns r ad 1 SURGICAL 1
J And Our Usual Ant ServiceCordon's : SICKNESS, DISABILITY But srnce we began.by talkie 'afeoat' All that pleagore+ from something
: INSURANCE Consider 'whether driving k ts Stiek'with that awkife. A practical l al s aake&you think Corvair/

: to continue or cancel policies.If large factor m the fun of driving, : t1 ymqa aJR9IIC American cars. Which'JiHllCeWMIOIMK it

you decide to cancel request CorP. fe the la Uaa of. '.its .i ; MR t agpiioing; keauae i it. ieagtn bl I ;;
.. : both a pro rata return of premium

1 t and right to resume when covered you return c K HIS TnT DHLOK CHEfflOLn; CHEVT IT,. CORfflg AKD.V CORYUTE
i If family is to be T
! : 'arrange for reduced premium payments ':' ni i vm :i ) 4 jr Mm i i u M ,,f n |. | > m. ,4.- ,

Automotive Service .r.+le.

I; .. Atlantic Avenue At The Beach I t; piration ACECheck date, proper policies coverage fer CJT-, WOODWARD- MOTOR COMPANY. .,

1 r 1 cancel and address. Get rebate if. you Seut It. II Street, Phone 261-363, .. ,- : __

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l swamp mallows with the large 6' News-Leader,"Fernandina Beach' 'Florida Thursday July 11 1963 Three l
,. Page j
.. pink flowers and leaves scarcely CommissionContinued MARINA LOG f .
lobed at all which is found in
from Massachusetts to ( from Page One) tion for registering is made.-- I
TheGarden swamps Charles A. Swain Ira Hall
Florida. Another native mallow Of 'each registration the state
A from
delegation Yulee, with -
that is important in hybridizingis i Jimmy Stevens and Walter / (Continued from Page One) gets $2.50 from each registration j
the brilliant crimson one, H.i Elected Kiwanis costing that much or mote
I Johnson
as spokesman attendedthe
Basket Counties get the balance of the
coccineus, seen in our swamps. and I./A- The classes and fees, as announced i
meeting on requestwere ;
income from the fees with schools
i Hybridizing has been done extensively by Hall, are as follows:
ti -- --- .. BY JANE SCOFIELD i in New Jersey and in volunteer given fire$500 department.for the Yulee The N International Head Class ''1 All boats less than receiving two-thirds and the gen-
I -- -W. 12 feet 150.: eral fund one-third.
The Calitornia'ones ,
California. -
is earmarked _
Several weeks ago we mentioned many beautiful flowers. Cottonis I known as the Henderson Hybrids, the money purchase of a fire for truck.Stevens use. in --=!!!: ----...... 3a..- Chicago, Illinois, July 4, 1963 'Class -12: feet or more and I I It has been estimated that and the
i I thrive well for us in Florida. as chairman of the Charles A. Swain, Cape May, less than 2*' feet in length, $3.50. state will receive $400,000
that we planned to listen to a a member of this family. the counties $750,000 annually
One buy them by name New Jersey businessman Class -16 feet or more and
may Recreation was
l lecture on mallows while attending Members of the mallow County Commission,
from California Boats docking at the new City elected president of Kiwanis International less than 26 feet in length, $10 from the new registration fees.
p nursery compan- also approached the Board
the Garden Club Short con
Courseat easily recognized because the I .
Marina during the past week .Additional information: is available
ies'at cost of about $2.00 I the
at ;
i a per cerning the releasing of funds organization's48th
the University of Florida, and stamens of the flowers .50.Class
many are were as follows, with the at the office of the Tax
plant, and they come in values for life and water name: annual'conTention in Atlantic 4 26 feet or more and I
tills did. The lecturer | guard safetY'programs :
we was massed together in a tube sur-
I Professor Samuel E. McFadden, rounding the pistil. You will no I of red, rose, and pink, and in at American Beach and of the boat, the owner, his address City, according: to Bryan less than 40 feet in length, $30-) Collector.
and length of boat listed in
Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural tice that cotton, okra, altheas,I creamy white and variegatedpink other county areas. that Rauschert, president of the Kiwanis .50.Class "If you are too busy to take an
and white. sequence: Club of Fernandina 5 40 feet or more and
Experiment Stations, who hollyhocks our native mallows Although the past legislature Beach.As interest in government, feel that
brought flowers of various types, hibiscus, and even the yellow.I Until the recent series of cold passed a bill whereby $3000 I Arlthea, Poughkeepsie,. N. Y., head of Kiwanis International .less than 65 feet in length, $50- getting mixed up with politics is
and also illustrated his lecture I flowered, long rooted weed winters prevented the growing should be' spent for such purposes James Kesley, 28 feet. Swain will be official .50.Class. bad for your business or beneath
with slides. He had a gift for I known as teaweed all have this :I of the Chinese hibiscus, out of the wording of the bill Drumbeat, McRightsville Bch., spokesman for some 262,000 Ki- 6 65 feet or more your dignity, then at least take
eaJh bl us, too a small cutting distinctive central tube carrying j II I doors did in has had the Board temporarily S. C., A. B. Dusenbury 40 feet. wanians in more than 5200 clubsin and less than 110 feet in length, time for one thing Teach
we formerly we
of one of the hardy : both the pistil and the many I| stymied. Colleen, Daytona Beach, J. L the United States, Canada, $60.50. your children to count in rubles."
nial hibiscus hybrids in peren-j stamen. I I North Florida have not been Chairman Poole assured Stev- Perry, 65 feet. Mexico, the Bahamas, and Western Class 7 110 feet or more in Sidney Yuda'n, WashingtonD.

cess of rooting in a ferto-pot: From the standpoint of flowers very much interested in the per ens that as soon as a written Kim Marie, Toronto, Ontario, Europe. He succeeds New length, $75.50.Dealer ( C.) Roll Call. '

filled with a rooting medium of the part of this family we are I ennial hybrids. Now a project of opinion from the attorney gen. Canada, R. Pinkers, 38 feet. Mexico broadcaster, Merle H. Classification, $10.50.
perlite and peat and the pot encased interested i in is the genus hibis hybridization of these perennial eral is received the matter will Tamure, Dunedin, Bill Rueger, Tucker, who has held the presidency Fractional registration fees:

i in a plastic bag fastened cus. Here in Florida a hibiscusto types is under way at Gainesville be resolved. 39 feet. during the year immediately Any boat or vessel registeredfor I
around' the stem of cutting. We is naturally the exotic Tax Collector Ira Hall appeared Merrily II, New Rochelle, N. preceding. the first time after January
were to wait until we saw roots tender us Chinese hibiscus in all its under the auspices of Florida before the Board and reported {., John Keinans, 31 feet J Swain, a Kiwanian for thirty-, 30 shall be 'charged for such registration -I

appearing, then remove the plastic beautiful varieties of color and I Seed Foundation Florida. Inc., University work- on the 1962 tax roll, stating I Lura J., Dover, Delaware, five years, is a former bank executive one half the annual I,
and set the little plant potandaH form. Actually the hibiscus gen of They are I that of the total figure of $891.- losn and Laura Brady, 33 feet. and owner and operatorof registration rate. The fractional

where we wished it to i I us contains not only the tender'I forms ing to particularly obtain_outstanding_ suited garden to our 429 over 99% has been collected.I Sea Horse, Waycross, Ga., unknown a chain of variety stores in rates do not apply to boats and I :
vessels subject to registration
{ owe tropical: shrubs and tree forms; I climate. The hybridizers work Ben Sorensen was cited by the 18 feet. Cape May. He is a member of 'the I II1kJmstrong
The word "mallow" u a rather I'but annuals, an example of for substance and width of petals Board for his gift of the new' Ronie Joe, Brunswick, Ga.-, E. the Board of Governors of the prior to time such applica-l

t confusing term, for it not which are okra (Hibiscus escul-Ji for ability to hold flowers flagpole in front of the court.] H. :Knight, 16 feet. Burdette. Tomlin Memorial Hospital j
house Sorensen furnished both Millerd Gle, Savannah, Ga., Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh
wily is the commonly used f name entus) and the roselle from until late in the, day, and a director of the Cape May
ojf a very large family of plants, which jelly is made; Hardy j!j for open size and good growth habitsof the pole and had it installed. i Mildred Gle, 16 feet. Chamber of Commerce, a past Pennsylvania. Swain is I j
the scientific name of which is shrubs, such as the althea or plants. At present there are The Commission delayed actionon GA 100LB, Jesup, Ga., JamesG. president of the city's Board of married.. The couple have two

Malvaceae, but it I Ifs also the Rose Sharon; and finally herbaceous three varieties ready for the the closing of Clinch Drive Night, 22 feet. Education, a past chairman of;. grown sons.
cpmmon name for quite a few in- perennials, which group market: Flare, which is cerisein even though no opposition to the Kitty, Lyons, Ga., Bill Durden, the South Jersey Council of the: Other'' new officers and trustees

dividtwj and very different member includes our wild mallows. i color; Plush, a tall deep red proposed closing was present. 211.:?Act. .Boy Scouts of America, and a I "-are: Edward B. Moylan, Jr. :: .
tpf this diversified family.I A common name for hibiscus I which lives up to its name; and On Tuesday night the Board Pixie, Pompano Beach, A. E. deacon and member of the Advisory of Miami, President-Elect; MelR. :

ll 'i is'a wonderful family of is rose mallow, which is probably i iI Plume, a red with a white sta met in special session to hear Staley, 30 feetFurthermore Board of the Cape Island I 'Osborne; East York, Ontario
plants, furnishing food, clothing, I why we call these native perennial I I men. We were told that the only the proposed budgets of the various Manalapan, L. T. Baptist Church. He holds the an officials. No action Moore, 53 feet. Key of of Club .International j International Vice-
frpng. fibers, medicine, and hibiscus mallows. Theyare way to obtain plants of these county Honor Key Georgia,
taken the Miss Millie, Orange Park, E. for Presidents Edward C. Keefe, FLOORSA
species of hibiscus in the would be to ask one's local nurseryman was on proposals at outstanding Service ;.
to try to obtain plant that time.planted W. Nelson, 16 feet. rendered f to that, organization. Oklahoma City, OUahoma, International -
herbaceous perennial
group. Hi-Lawng, Macon Ga., R. A.
-- from the Florida Seed Foundation Key Club .is a high'school I Treasurer; Marshall vinyl floor to fi
COOPER'StAUNDRY: Much work has been done in hybridizing
: Boers, Jr., 17 feet.nO"Ctte !
several of these species Inc.These inside in January and I boys' service organization sponsored E. Jetty, St. Marys, taste
Manhasset Bay, Fred every
February. by Kiwanis. ia, 'James M. pennsYlvan.1 ''t
and very desirable garden are trpe, perennials.
W. Nogia, 48 feet. and
: These hibiscus requirea Swain has served as president Town, West Virginia, budget
forms have been obtained, flow They die to the ground in November hardy Harriett, Waycross, Ga., E. L.
Olsen Provo, Utah, (re-elected),
ers highly valued in many partsof because of change in light rich moist soil rememberthe Dell, Jr., 32 feet. of the Kiwanis Club of Cape
the country. These improved due to the shortening days, not conditions under which they May, as lieutenant governor and James W. Putnam, Hi-Noon,
Fever II, Jacksonville Beach, Porter &
: Coin Operated hardy hibiscus are known and waiting to be killed back by the grow in the wild and give them M. E. Warren, 30 feet governor of the New Jersey Kiwanis ., Emporia, Kansas, Claude L. Ryder LovequistColor
plenty of water. A good feeding District, and as member Brewer, Maine and PhillipV.
often listed in catalogues as cold; they come up again in Sunburn IV, Detroit, Mich., G. a
I is five applications and chairman of several Kiwanis Stout, Hilltop Columbus, Center8th
: Mrs. Doris Howard Mallow Marvels, Giant-flowering March. Care must be taken to program per A. Burns, 34 feet.LadyLouis .
r Marsh-mallows and sometimes'I put out young plants of rooted year( of 8-8-8, amount of each Jacksonville, R. district and International com Ohio, International Trustees. St. At Five Points
Manager Blazing Star. Some catalogues cuttings not later than early feeding the equivalent of two Dixon unknown. mittees.He I I The 1964 convention will be Phone 261-3068
I hundred feet. is graduate of held in Los Angeles, California.:
pounds a Carnegie
Hfh & Beech Sh. include also their scientific name July in order to establish a good per square Maha, Jacksonville, Ross Em-
of Hibiscus moscheutos hybrids. root system before the winter Nematodes like them, but adequate 23 feet.Angelique.
i.L This Hibiscus moscheutos is the period of dormancy. Seed are water and fertilizer seemsto
Sanford H. C. Hutchinson I
..._ ,_ -- solve that problem.
I 41 feet.
I They begin to bloom in June WHITE ELEPHANT
Caribee, Jacksonville, unknown,
and put on three or four cyclesof
I MR. and VOTER bloom during the season. 40 feet.
i MRS. Their blossoms are eight or Scorpio II, Ft. Myers, J. H.
Milton 25 feet.
inches of
more across some
\' Sea Hawk, Rye, N. Y., A. B.
: them being the size of dinner
In election
any campaign, comments plates. Chisolm, 36 feet.

t : are made .which sometimes become This is the second year that Sally H. V., Chattanooga,
Tenn., E. 0. E. Hays, 60 feet.
: misleading. When a candidate makes we ng have of these been watching hibiscus a mallows plant- Bahaman Westport, Conn., R.

: VERY POSITIVE STATEMENTS as along the side of the Harper Shepard, 30 feet. - '
Allied G Miami Manson 40
: to what hq.VILL do, look carefully- and garden Alachua on the Streets.corner We of have 18th: feet. We're Heading For Marker, and must make room for new furn-

; h e has only ONE VOTE on theCommfssion not talked with Mrs. Harper but iture. Check our many white elephants large and small; all new
have been told that she started
1,I 4 ,. < t tJ: .,<".2l:& with one plant and by division is CommissionersContinued furniture but odds and e"ds.and one. of a kind. All must go dur

gradually getting an entire ( from Page One) this clearance. .
ing big
: candidate have -
I Any must objectives- hedge of them. Her plants are

r I mine have been and 'continue to be, definitely of the native H. coc- City Manager Gatchel pointedout Leave your Pocketbook at Home-we don't need cash, we just
cineus stock but whether an act that the cost of such a sub
YOUR WELFARE, and that of OUR ual plant of it or a cross, we station would run around $35,000and must have the room.
II S don't know. We have seen others that $13,000 annually wouldbe
COMMUNITY. The records bear thisTfllt. like it in town at various needed for additional firemenas Maple Triple Dresser and Mirror,Reg. 'U9.95 NOW, $65.00
Ji" well -- -----
brought from as $2500 upkeep.It
times from plants
.,:;; 1"i...
Double DreSser and $99.95 NOW $55.00
also Mirt.or'Reg.
Georgia, and they are t was also pointed out
; mass planting we saw at a by Fire Chief Hoyt Lofton thatit -
\ Maple Full Size Bookcase Bed Reg 'SJ.95 NOW $2.00
filling station one summer. The would require upward of $2000to
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Re-Elect. E.4J. Johnson Jr. hybrid flowers on display in put the truck in top shape. Maple Corner Desk Reg. 39.95: NOV $25.00
Gainesville also the California
The Commission moved to --- -- ---
i .. hybrids are an improvement on purchase air conditioning units Hibriten French Pro. Bedroom' in Open Stock (

I these. from an Atlanta firm for installation Choice of White and Cold or fruit\\.oo finish 25- c OFF

On July 16 in the two city auditor 3 pc Bedroom Suite, ehatioal or smoke grey Ueg. $129.95 NOW $65.00
"Maybe it's nothing to worry iums. The units, one 25-ton and _

J As Your City Commissioner about if the kids have trouble two 15-tons, are being securedat Mahogany A'ightl'able '. Reg., b39:93, : NOW $20.00
with the of history. The
I a cost of $2500 with an additional ..
people who make it seem to $500 for transporting here. Dresser with Mirror Reg. $49.93 : "J'f w $27.0
Group 3 1 have quite a lot of trouble, too.'
Paid for by E. J. Johnson. Jr. W. H. Plourd, Fullerton (Neb). A figure of $13,253 was re.j ONE LOT OF ODD BEDS f2PRICE
ported by Gatchel as the -
r ___ Nance County Journal. an air conditioning contractorhas I End Tables-Coffee 'Tables-Step Tables Values to $24.95 NOW $7.95 each -
\\1 furnished as the cost of installing i
the necessary equipment I Mahogany T. V. Tables Reg. $19.95 NOW $9OCT;

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lantic Avenue auditorium.E. Table Lamps Values to $16.95 NOW $4.50

1 J. Johnson, Jr., moved the Picture with Light Reg. $15.95 NOW $].QQ
1I purchase of the units but no action !
I fis expected in the near future I Mirror with Wood Frame by Stanley 31&43K Reg. $:11.95 NOW $15.00
1i on an installation contract. -
7 Drawer Desk with Plastic Reg.
Bohannon seconded and the vote Top (59.95; NOW $29.95

i was unanimous. Hide-away-Bed with Full Size Mattress and Foam Cushions OQ-

The Commission approved the Reg. $249.95French NOW $98. : .

I I they payment will of absorb$1,339.44 of as the the recent cost I I Provo Sofa with Foam Cushions Reg. $189.95 _NOW 128.00 j '

; $5000 Invitational Golf Tourneyand I ;3 S Piece Sectional with Built in Tables Reg. $299.95 NOW 199.00
'i. Prices Slashed On 227.86 for the Fiesta. j -
The payment is deducted from 2 Piece Plastic Sectional Reg. 7995. NOW $38.00 ,
I I the advertising appropriation the : -=
City makes to the Chamber of Berkline Early American Sofa Reg. $189.95; Na1$120.00

; Gas Ranges Water Heaters I Commerce each year. It was Early American Loge Seat with Solid Foam Seat and Back
-:- pointed out that the cost of the $159.91) _NOW $99.00Heg. =
tourney was less than half of : -
', last year and that the 1964 tourney Early American Swivel Rockers Values to $99.95; NQ 48.00-

Save Now On THIS Bargain Special! should reach the brcalc-even, 94- inch- Early American Sofa with Foam Cushions- in Scat :'

figure. :I and Hack Reg. $199.95 NOW $138.00-
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George Lovesee, local
$ approached the Commissionand surveyor : Danish 2 pc. Sofa Bed Suite .Reg. $149.95 NOW $90.00 1
USED RANGES M wgg USED WATER HEATERSPlus said that the Fernandina Development $6'.95. V =
I Corporation is seeking Lounge Chair and Ottoman Iie;. NOW $35.00

v to disband and wish the City Florida Room Sofa Lounge Reg. $49.95 NOW $28.00 :
Plus to accept certain streets in the : -
area West of the Gecrgia.Fer- Mahogany Drop Leaf Table Reg. $79.95 NOW $35,00:

Cylinder Installation Cylinder Installation nandina Bleach subdivision just I .
9 Piece Danbh \\alnut Dining Room Suite by Stanley
North of the Atlantic Avenue, I
NOW $3 19.95
Reg. $449.95Vainut
1. North Fletcher Avenue interact .
tion. I \ Drop Leaf Table Reg. $79.95; NOW$40.OOTl
Beard suggested that before action -I 5 Piece Limed Oak Dinette Reg. $139.95 NOW $69.95: r|

? EASY TERMS : chance was to taken check the over city the have area.i a II I I Buffet with Fniitwood finish Reg. $129.95 NOW--$65.OO''.

RANGESTO Bookcase-Hutch Reg. $59.95 NQW $20.00
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L-P GAS L" '
? DELIVERY ; G 3 Piece Dropleaf Dinette with' plastic top Reg. $69.9; N6W$44.00'r


i' ; \. BUILT-INS OR FREE STANDING ..yr.t. / Values to $U.95' "NOW$1.00- _-each

Walnut Bookcase-Room Divider Reg. $19.95 NOW 9.95

I' i Good Housekeeping Gas Co.MSSIM Folding aluminum Porch Glider Re;. $=x.95 NOW $15.00( ::

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& Page Four I\T griltad. r, .F/ 1't1 angina Biach.. Florida -- Thursday, Jui>r 1VWSCS 3 Mrs MuilisHostess -.. ;
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To Edna Davis

!! Hairs Rev. Moyer And Fttmiy, i Meets Helen At Hayes Home Circle Circle MondayThe napythrd

Ii[ 1 And:Miss Pat HolHs At Reception i' Of Mrs. Ike ShiverThe : Edna Methodist Davis Church Circle of met Memorial let- From (

'I the home of Mrs. F. F. Mullis, I
r Helen Circle of the '
: Rev. Nelson :Boyer, new 'pastor ., and )Ira., Moyer, 'Nelson Moyer,I' First Baptist Hayes Church met July I Monday afternoon. Judge J. E, (Gene) Weatherford

I \ of Memorial Methodist, HI, Misses Sharon and Ruth 'I i> at 9:30 a.m. at the home of The meeting was opened with "
Church, Mrs. Moyer and Miss Meyer, Miss Hollis, Mrs. B. F, I. Mrs. Ike Shiver. prayer by the chairman, Mrs. w. Don't Forget, Your Birth Month Is
Pat Hcfllis, new educational di.,j IWckens, WSCS president, Eld. Mrs. L C. Sapp, assisted by : ; ?r isr. W. Stewart, Jr. She then welcomed ,i
i rector were honored at a *e.;ridge Partin and Bert Maxwell Mrs. L A. Jones gave the devo rc the 14 members present I Time To; Renew Your Driver's License
caption Tuesday evening, July' 2, f' An attractive arrangement of The Spiritual Life Program I:
in Parish Hall, by the Women's pink chrysanthemums, flanked tion.The program, entitled, "Lead: was given by Mrs. T, W. Brown i

Society of Christian Service. with candelabra holding lighted ership Training," encouraged: entitled- "Fortification." .,
i Receiving guests wero. Rev.: pink, tapers formed the centerpiece members to be trained leaders The Missionary Education Pro- .

for the refreshment table .and showed the leadership opportunities ..: t. t"lz gram, "Today in Pakistan," was I I
in the Woman's Mis- given by Mrs. R. B. Lockwood. i
: CARD OF THANKS After a short business
sionary Union. The program was mee-t-// '
We wish to thank our friend' served with punch. presented by Mrs. Shiver, Mrs. ing it was announced that I' Now. < '

and loved ones for the floweret .Pouring were Mrs. Q. A, W. G. Carmen, Mrs. C. P. Rutis- WSCS will hold a meeting in the I .
food and sympathy, at the departing : Dyal,. Mrs. (L T. Butler and I hauser, Mrs. Hilton Kitchens, Parish Hall on Monday, July 22, .... ,
of our dear mother, Ma.,I Mrs.. J. B. Thompson. I and Mrs. Alene Lotspeich.Mrs. at 10 a.m. A Coke party will 'i 1 .. 1

hale) Vanzant. Approximtely. 250 guests E. P. Faehko presided precede the meeting. Hostesseswill 1 '
be members of the :
r Myrtle
r Our?sincere appreciation goes called during the appointed ever the business meeting. The > Burgess Circle. FASTER SERVICE AND

I to Rev. J. W. Keen, the doctors .hours. circle voted to send five dollars
Previous to the meeting delicious -
and! "'nurses at Humphreys Mentor-! Mrs. H..S. Luke was in chargeof ; to the Rachel Sims' Goodwill k : ,
ial Hospital for their patience' and the refreshments prepared by. Center, New Orleans, La, for 4 by the hostess. were REASONABLE PRICES
: kindness when it was most needed. i members of all the circles. the scholarship fund. ';
The service rendered by Mrs.Oxley .I The Community Missions pro- A }IVf' r'4 b 3 The August meeting will be .... : ... .

I and the staff of Oxley "I l doesn't make much difference ject for this month is to make on the 12th in Parish Hall. Mrs. ,.r- : :

l JJorfiHry will always be li !dry} : which side our bread is cancer pads and hospital shirts. 1.. K. Nolan will be hostess. .,' Vv7'. ,,.. for. : .;
remembered. buttered on because we eat both At the close of the meetingthe ., ,>. V i.'fAll :
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(Signed) Amy Acosta, Mayklle. I I r aides,,anyway." ,- E. M, Rems. hostess served delicious refreshments Mrs. Thad Lee, Jr. \ .

,.' Joyner and Lourie, Vonnob.Y" __ btirK; ,Vista, .(Calif.), Press. to the eleven mem- Honored By WMSAt #4ffI'&l(5flW1Yf :
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I / July Meeting
Methodist Circle 4 r : ; :
; Mrs. Thad Lee, Jr., presidentof /efrIItVJ' fwila.lirm ,
Meets At Home the Woman's Missionary So- : .
I Of Mrs. BrackettMrs. AND MRS DePOREST HALL, JR. -iety of the First Baptist Church, : ; .. :: .. \. .. ." :
delightfully'entert ined ata .
was : f. 1 "\ : "", f (lllll. '. ,, ',. -
Ann Brackett was hos- Miss Nelda Sue Nunez,' daugh*1 Slue silk organza with matching surprise "cherub" shpwer following : .; lfY'J!'r.> \ -' :

: OF' THE:, .WAY" tess to the Ella Hardee Circleof I ter of Mr. arid Mrs. Claude Waco f.pe" The fitted bodice was enhanced ; the July meeting .. ; : .
Memorial Methodist Churchon Nunez became the bride of Da.: wih tiny ruffles of ,silk Mrs. Lee was presented a gift : : ':
I Tuesday at 10 A.M. Mrs. Forest Ezra Hall, ,Jr. on. Saturday .,-'' tulle and the bouffant skirt was from each circle, in a decorated 4nnarmcenuif i :

: RESPONSIBLE! GROUPS Brackett, assisted by her daughter June 20, in St. Michael's "poised over .an, underskirt of doll carriage, as Brahm's Lullaby .
Mrs. Joe Roop of Owensboro, Catholic Church. tulle ruffles. Her hat was a pillbox was played on the piano. Styles And types Of -
I j Kentucky, served delicious refreshments Father William P. O'Keeffe of pink satin and silk tulle For the program, Mrs. Eve .
: INFERNANDiNA rosebud as the group gath- performed the marriage rites at edged with pink'satin .. .. .
I I counselor and Miss Ida Ruth
ten o'clock, a.m. overlaid with a hairline veil. She -
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f BEACH I ered.Mrs.. II. J. Bailey, chairman, The bridegroom is the son of, wore pink satin slippers and 3 Hall Intermediate Girl Auxil- LSO.I HANDLE A FINE LINE OP :
I opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Ann Hall and the late Mr. corsage of pink carnations. ary member, gave interesting} .
:I. I She then welcomed 11 membersand Hall of Jacksonville. Chris Hall served as best man and informative talks on their ENGRAVED '
: _. FEEL ABOUT THE two visitors, Mrs. B. F. Dickens The church was beautifully for his brother. recent trip to the 50th anniversary
I Woman's Society of Chris. decorated with baskets of yellow Given in marriage by her G.A. Convention in Memphis LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS

'I tian Service president, and Mrs. chrysanthemums and white glad- father, the petite bride wa! ) Tenn.
; lilY Roop. iodus interspersed with baby- never lovelier than in her wedding The Selma Kindig Circle with ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY :

COMMISSION The Spiritual Life programwas I breath. Urns of caladium and gown of lustrous white sat Mrs. Edgar Haddock, program I !.

? given by Mrs. T. L. Davis,I I coleus completeed the setting in poised over "I do" taffeta hairman jn charge, gave the .

and Mrs. Paul C. Burns present Mrs. Gloria Bradley presenteda The fitted bodice featured longtapered Royal Service program on City ''I' See Samples At .

r V ; ;fed the Missionary Education. I II .1 program of nuptial music as sleeves ending: in lily Missions.
= The treasurer's report was made : the guests assembled. Miss Carolyn points ,at the wrist, closed! with Mrs. Lee presided over a short I
The soloist and I tiny self-covered buttons, ,and a and members t
I by Mrs. W. F. Beugnet. I McGee was sang Business) meeting I I
'. "! :w ,' group reported a total of thirty- t the Catholic rendition of "Tha rounded neckline embroidered in were dismissed with prayer by I

FERNANDINA BEACH .CHAMBER 'OF COMMERCE I four visits. Lord's Prayer." ,seed pearls. The voluminous skirt Mrs. E. R. Bounds. ;
'' ,' V _' The August meeting, will bern The bride had as her maid of was poised over layers of taf ]rcman d imtlrachNeUl5.Ica cr
-1, ... June 18 1963
I'oj the home of Mrs. T. H. Cools- honor and only attendant, her feta ruffles and extended to a CARD OF THANKS 261-3686 '
MF Clayton 1 Sanders by. sister, Miss Claudine Nunez. She chapel train from the deep pleatsat i PHONES -- 261-0687 ;
City Hall Building back waistline. Her waltz We wish to express our heartfelt -
f of '
Fernandina Beach', Florida ; :. wore a floor length gown sky ,
thanks and sincere
length veil of silk illusion, worn I apprecia-
: DMT Mr. Sanders: r : :, covering her face, was attachedto : ion for all courtesies and sympaJietic j We Represent One of .the Largest and Best .

: ,On behalf ef the Fernandina Beach Chamber of Commerce, a crown of white satin ('oyer-I expressions extended by !

I would like to take this opportunity to 'express our sincere PERSONALSMiss' ed with lily-of-the-valley and our many friends during our re-t Engraving,'Firms. In: The United States :
thanks and appreciation the C.ityg nerous co-operation \vhite satin rosebuds. Her bouquet ?ent bereavement j ,
: toward the success .f the 19G3 Be'ach. \. Fiesta and 1963 Golf was of white rosebuds and j (signed) The C. Lamar i .

Tournament. ,: j Friends of Hoyt Lofton will be Scarlett' Hamm of Aransas tuberoses held with white satin Perdue Family .\ t I
Please express :our 1h&b..to each branch- of the City's glad to hear that he is home from Pass, Texas arrived last streamers extending to a floor{ ,
personnel for their outstanding assistance in wry phase of Gaines neck for month's visit with Newspaper advertising is print-

th.is) .We years feel events that, their too numerpuj efforts did.to rlore"'mention towards them_ the all success of ville.University Mr. Lofton Hospital reported in ,improving her grandparents a Mr. and Mrs.: length.Mrs. Nunez chose for her >d salesmanship! ;news ,of,that products.brings -to. ii It Pays:to Trade At Home !
:Consumer .
i Frank Hamm, of Amelia City. dress of <
satisfactorily. wedding, .
n daughter's ; a .. .
our program than any other ope thing and that our communitycan .. ,. '
be proud to have this:'fine group'working, for the better- I Miss Margie Brewton, daughterof Friends of Mrs. Lee Young- champagne lace worn with beige ,
f accessories and a corsage of .
ment of our city t '
Cecil' blood will to hear she has
Dr. and Mrs. Brewton, regret ,
Please let us know if we can.,*vtr be' if any service to you. will be at Florida State Univer- been moved from St. Lukes Hos- white carnations. MISS TtiSSB !

I Very *m' rely,' sity in Tallahassee attending a pital to St. Vincents Hospitalfor Mrs. Hall, mother of the bridegroom I II I
C.. L FlenhiUnt ; -"', Music Camp for five weeks. an emergency operation. chose a becoming dress 1 i
PreahhM'. ... of pink chiffon: over taffeta, I
..,' ''%1 I Mr. and Mrs. Bob White hadas Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph worn with white accessories and
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their guests for two weeks, Wood will be pleased to know white carnation corsage.

r: :. ,* :* 4 Mary and Lucile Carter of Lakeland their grandson, Richard Allen Immediately following theceremony I
.t ; 1. Ca.Miss Norton, son of Lt. and Mrs. Jer- the' bride's parents i I
:'> : \ : : sell Norton of Norfolk, Va., has entertained with a reception at ; J

TilE AMERICAN LEGIONJuaY.18,1063 ", "'<.: Haroline Murray of Way- been discharged from Norfolk their home at 410 South 5th I el I
4' ". : i.. cross, Ga., is spending two weeksas General Hospital after .undergoing .
%. i.fCity the guest of Julia McKendreeat last Friday and is c. I
: of Fernandina Beach ., ", 4.. A:...'.. .j 0) ... Pinecrest. surgery satisfactorily. The bride's table was covered
.a improving -
ATTN CommissionersCity i I *>! trl. with handsome white cloth and
City \ }Tr ," ,' a I
Hall .:V-V'J, .: -: l* /T. r Friends of Mrs Don Lancasterwill centered with a three tier wed DURING OUR 85TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
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204 Ash Street (- -Pr.;.'.".;-r*. '. be glad to hear that she is Mrs. W. G. Howard of lIar. ding cake topped with a minia-I -..

: Fernandina Beach, Florida. :. '. .t ..'..' 's.'' .. home and doing nicely after suffering Ian, Ky. is here for a visit of ture bride and bridegroom. Red I JULY 11: TO AUGUSt"; 8-ONLY: .
Gentlemen: with i i -
a broken leg when she fell four weeks with her brother-in- and yellow roses were used

During the past three years!!, it has been my honor to serve in her home. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. mimosa fern to enhance the table "" '

as Commander of Theodore II Hernandez Post 54 during which Jack Drury. appointments. A Crucifix was encircled I .
time we have been blessed with, ait 'outstanding program of Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Brewton and with lace fern. I Entire Stock 4' Special 1 Group .
achievement. It i ii: the purpose of, this i letter to acknowledge the four of their children, Chip, Bill, John and Duff Cover left Wednesday Mrs.. Rachel Davis, aunt of the j ,
I important part that you played ia ,making our programs pos. Mary Julia, and Glenn, spent their for Waldo where they bride, and Mrs. Joe B. Hand I IiUnt. r .
sible. I two weeks' vacation touring Geor Wi1.rv v i3it.iW ti Mr. and Mrs. ,?f,. the .bridegroom, served Suits 1 % ,: : jJ.1i Suits .
lam deeply grateful to'jwrfer !<)W' t6n#rib UoR have ,, The Brewtons: ited many I I 33 :
you' I gia. Il{ t4l ht tt J t1.I tP4f14th .;#1 f'" .e- I "j' .. .
I made*and the unselfish cooperation you have given me and the interesting sites on their trip. f- 1 ( ipm t-, )verraR1 Sport Coats ,3 : 1i2S Off '
PosCln our endeavors. WithQttt'1OUr'valuable 8uppot.t1 am I &r t with' pink lace dolt, complimented .
certain that the achievements of the :Post would have been I Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper left Sun Betty Jo and Stanley, spent sev: a with pink rosebuds: and i -- .. "
greatly curtailed. .. day to visit friends and relatives i encircling thej
Again let me extend tojypu+ my sincere thanks and appreciation I while a guest at the Denmark, S. Dallas mimosa bowl. Miss Mary Painter .' ,
for your valuable support during, .the past three years. C. Country Club. Mrs. Cooper re- .I is attending Rutherford Metro punch punch.Mrs. Special Group-Ladies '

Sincerely yours ,, turned home with Mr. and Mrs. politan School of Business, poured. Olen Dixon served wedding 3 Pre Summer
Albert Hirttt, lost Commander T. L. Cannon, who were visiting cookies and assisted the Shoes $1' .05 3.00'
." Theodore H. Hernandez Poet 54 with the Quattlebaum family here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson, and Miss Star Parvin Dress Trousers
and son, Royden of Danville, Ga,: guests i|
"% f.. and Mrs. Carl Quattlebaumhad the bride's book.
Mr. kept
; 4 :. ei and Mrs. H. D. Wilson, Jr. o And
,.. St. Groups
: the their wedding trip to
their over For
..A. "J as 20
Hazelhurst, Ga., last wee ? Off
H .. ]-f' : ", Fourth of July weekend his sis- Augustine and Silver Springs,'
with her sisters, Mrs. Lois Reeq
i I ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. T, and Miss Robbie Lee Thompson.. Mrs. Hall chose a dress of blue ] Ladies Shoes $2.85

FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL L. Cannon, and son, Lee, of Black- embroidered satin with white
... I ville, S. C. and another sister and I Friends of Mrs. Betty Walk.. accessories and a white carnation Assorted Brands
21.June' 1563 t family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Minor I er will regret to hear she is con*, corsage.
City Commission ... and daughters, Donna and Janis Memorial Upon their return they will be 2 Pr. For $3.50 Short Sleeve Pastel
fined to
City of Femandina Beach < and son, Raymond, of Miami. Humphreys at home at 8136 Reid Ave., Jack.
Fernandina Beach, Florida' HospitalMr. sonville. I Shirts

Dear Sirs: Mrs Frank Springle and child Out of town guests were, Mr. Special Group Jarman Kingston ;.
and Mrs. R. E. 'Townsendhave
On behalf of the Faculty, the StUdent"'l ody and myself, I wish ren, Rhonda and Joe, returned to as their guest this week, and Mrs. J. C. Mock, Ester JO'i Eurpt
to express our sincere thanks tp you,the members ef the City Miami Wednesday, after spendingthe their son, Ken Townsend, and James and Terry Blackshear, 1| Mens' Shoes $5.85 Knits 2Q/9 Off
week with Mrs. Springle'smother
Commission, for the many services*and kindnesses rendered to his Ga.; Mrs. Rachel Davis, Way- .
the Fernandiaa Beach High. School;during. the past school year. Mrs. D. A. Partin. Eloise daughter, Beth. cross, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Olen 1 Italian And French Styles 2 Pr.i1.Ml' j
Again may I say 'Thanks"Sincerely Partin returned home with her Capt. and Mrs. Bob Reid, and Dixon, Barbara and Dwayne I

: sister for a week's vacation. I sons Brett and Gregg of Richards Palm Harbor; Mr. and Mrs. Joe'I

Raymond M. CoughPrincipal Mrs. James Steels and childrenof I I Gebaur Air Force Base. B. Hand, Gregory and Phillip, Complete Stock Entire StaLBermuda
I ,- : -,:" Belmont, N. C. are visiting Missouri, arrived Monday tc Mr. and Mrs. Max Shanks, Michael : !
.. .. this week with her mother, Mrs. spend two weeks with hu mother Curtis, Miles, Matthew and 1 Shorts Straw MatsOOff
1 .**, *v.j, f J. R. Hardee. Mrs. Lois Reid, and aunt, Sissie, Miss Josephine Catter, ..
: -.tf I Miss Robbie Lee Thompson. Join Mrs. E. J. Whitney, Mrs. F. H. j i \

Mrs. Jennings Skipper and children ing the family this weekend will Green, Miss Star Parvin, Miss j 14off

appr. ci are spending several weeks I be Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cusick of Janie Johnson, Joe Rakes, all of I : 1
Commission Utters this nature for it is I _
We, the with her Mr. and Mrs. H.I Brandon.Mr. Jacksonville; Miss Betty Burns,
not too often we are recognize} in this respect as much as is parents Valdosta, Ga.; and :Miss Ellen j;
done for the interest of our ,citizens and the welfare of our V. Burgess.Mr. i and Mrs. David G. Lemacksof Burdett, Tenn. I ,
community. r Haddockand Decatur, Ga. spent the weekend II I
and Mrs. Gary
: We the Commission also appreciate constructive criticism and '
Mark, spent the 4th of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. PARTIH'S
vretome suggestions and rtcommtniatiop* for the i k
wr City July weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lemaeks, on Stanley Drive. Stork ClubMr. i : .
E. J. Smith, Roscoe Markham in Brewton,
Mayor-Commissioner. bama.J. Danny Metogy, former resident and Mrs. Marshall E Sidesof .,

.. D. Daugherty returned Sun- is home for the summer visitinghis Jacksonville are belatedly an- AND CLOTHING

day night from a short visit with parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. louncinj the birth of a daughter, hop it ,SJ-jOES ;
anda Melojy. Allison Lynn, on May 29 at Baptist : .
his father in Kilgore Texas,
iSIith6nrail Memorial Hospital Mrs Side / ,. n..r \ 'ESTABLISIIED. 188 .'! I Iv'
Vote For E. July 16 sister in Miami, Oklahoma.Mrs. '"
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j Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Haddock, Is the former Miss Della Ruth j : i4
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.. Jack Drury and Mr. and and children, Dawn and Brenda, Wildes of this city. : .t :' .... AVENUE. I1
Mrs Ronald Drury and baby of Pennington, Ala., visited with > 2614241.v
for bj E. J. South daughter, Lisa, returned home Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones and Shop the newspaper ads -' 1 |?* "kJJwite : <:" ;

Sunday after spending several daughter, Patsy, over the holiday before you buy and keep the <- .. : ', ', >:{', :. .. ,'

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i,1(: Reports FriM WtsiUltiM : i l't' ;;'i'national peculiar-life.Identification In recognition with t 'S J rw ww 'p i Niws-Leackr, Fernandina Beach, FloricU Thursday, July 11,196& Page Fa.sultants j

of this renewed patriotism the nutrition, and companionship .Dcone : 1
wat'as .
By Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews_ I House recently passed Senate and a4raiAistnttn. One l city, young husband lit --
I Resolution 25, favor- man in much yon "domestic 48 is. the victinr of \
APPROPRIATION BILL in& observance of July 4th of position went right back to work! plug strokes. Frr Uo years his I Just ; : I
I year by the ringing of bells j wife rigidly refused to place him :
Possibly the most important Fn the United States. It WHO'S THE MONSTER? in a nursing home. A moatk ago ; Easy ,
r bin to be considered:by the Con- my earnest hope that people I When my father died 10 years sie l had to move into a small : I
t grew, during each session since everywhere ia this land will ring ago, my mother went to live with I apartment and was forced to as it looks -
World War II, is the Defense t
I 5t' t as a reminder of the liber my sister. My mother always liked ,1! move her husband to a. hone. lit .4
I Appropriation Bill This yeas'. yr we ,enjoy. my sister best, but this has just four weeks he became a thou 1
bill is no exception. Though the: f' I have been honored with in 5, yyM nothing to do with my problem. l sand times happier and brighter, OB TV! : I
reeond highest appropriation in Early this sister got a r n. longer "uolaled' by old-hat;
to participate in two year my t
f peacetime story: this year's I fndupendtnce Day programs in divorce and went out to work, and ,I scruplesi It took her two years to .; I,
is, nevertheless,, rwA
I appropriation Y Ls |I DistrIct, one at Interlachen had to bring mother to me. My I fight dean her Modelattitude.. I, \
$1.25 billion less
approximately the morning of the 4th of mother is 78and has had two!j I She took thosetwo jtaw I
than last year's nearly $2
I and another sponsored by heart attacks. She needs morecare from her hnsbandfc best
billion under the original budget !f away
,than' I give, and cant ,
Gainesville Kiwanis Club to %Y yr: can we
estimates. Under the skillful J! welfare h this fail? 11011 want
held at Florida Field Stad- afford any kind of'nurse.. She :
I : I on the evening of the 4th. I would be better off in a nursing j a list of recommended nursing
G forward to these patriotic I home or institution, but my neigh-I I homes in your state, send a letter
I and DESPITE THE HEAVY FOURTH OF JULY traffic bora- get shocked when i this. I
, with great pleasure say addressed to- this ealoxinl '
renewed thanks and appre- the only wreck of mueh consequence involved this They say she is my responsibility I I L P INT .

rtMI I' I '! to a Divine Providence Anglia which rammed into the side of a larger car like marriage for better or worse NEED IIELP ON A PROBLEM I I "

,_ 'I the blessings of this wonder South Fletcher. The Anglia, with three young ladies in sickness or in health. They ? Write to Helen Alpert, *
1 6 management of Secretary I*i land. Also, while in the Diai Georgia as passengers, struck the larger car as it \\ make me feel like a monster or I National Senior Center, Lehigh No'mixing or stirring 'K
9' Namara, we may hope for i i trict over the 4th of July week making turn into a driveway on the East side of something, Am I? Acres, Florida, or in care of Doesn't drip or spatter: like orD31"1 '* '
ther reductions in the I'll speak at the Dedication street. The Old Kid, Buffalo, N. Y. I paints B
Anglia was headed North.. As_.noted by this newspaper. Dries in minute '
1 t The House,presentation made by before Ii Ceremony for our new East Pal. windshield one of the passengers suffered head Old Kid, tell your neighbors te Write today for the free list H Oem up with soap and water .

George H. Mahon, Chairman I atka Post Office. when the impact threw her forward. (Another plug crawl back: to 1961. Would they I of the many booklets 'and services
\ the House Defense DISTRICT PROJECTS safety belts). wear clothes dated 1900 or drive available to >ou. ;, Nassau Building"Co. "
; ) 1. I have been advised by the I
ii a I a sporty Mcdel-T car? Tht'y'refitillliin
tions was a
Veterans' AdmiristratSon that a : in the old county poorhouse A U. S. Department of Agriculture .
and the fact that
erly one
s House, by a vote of 410 to has been awarded in the where older persons were study states "Newspapers' & Supply .
I billion of $1.2 million to Wesleyof dumpt'dr"Today! we have first- are the best medium for food advertising 0
voted appropriation for a $47.1 for 1964 is Florida, Inc., of Jacksonville, con'Y'class1' nursing homes and rehabilitation and for marketing information 1129t S. Sth Ph. 2GI-3GIS .

r I tive of the determination of the alterations of two buildings techniques' Your mother I on food. The printed ] ----- .- -_. .
( press to support at all times at our Lake City Veterans'Hospital should take up a new life in sucha word can be read, te-read, clipped I i \'
Trade At Home
\ Nation's defense program. place. She' will get care, proper and filed." I ._ <
1 Office Department ------ --------
t tIt amendment prohibiting use I 2. The Post '% < ,'.
j jI I has advised me that it has accepted 4St 5r
It any funds to pay salaries or I
jt t the bid of Southern Ornamental -
) penses of a study for a !
I I Cast Stone Works, of .
I corps 'group or for 'N t ;r. Cy
peace '
I : t tion of the National Jacksonville, Florida, for construction a VOTE FOR AND ELECT
VOTE RIGHT I Corps was adopted.The of the new Post Officeat

Chairman pointed Crescent City. !1I ; I
,ELECT 3. The Housing and Home Fi ,
other that
I among things and't, Agency has informed me -- .._--_._ .....-,.-
bills which Congress passes I

HERB WHITE important to somebody.Bill The is I that.of Palatka its Workable has received Program approval for ZEST FOR GUESTS? years, my wife and her: pals I Hilton L. KitchensAS
fense Appropriation throughthe I am buying a home in a retiree had no compunction whatever I
Community Improvement
portant to everybody to community. The
I of guest-room requesting my services to
; Group ;3 : body in the United States, elimination and prevention can be for my visiting daughterand .feur them to club s
, to all the peace loving people I slums anti blightOUTSTANDING her children.. Or it can be church groups, luncheons. I i! S Sr

I City Commissioner : the entire world. This is KEY CLUB- my hobby room, I love to paint I I I.I.Eged.1 Now I'm rebelling.
i because this legislation: I BERWe and work on ceramics. A new: ly. Last night I lost my -1
,1DO AWAY with the i than any other, enables the' I had the pleasure this past neighbor advises me t; have my I I a most unusual occurrence for r
I I I ited States to maintain its week of welcoming to Washington family stay in the motel here. It 11': I am nettled by my loss of CITY
;t GARBAGE TAXSEWERAGE I tion of military supremacy Asa Kelley, the OutstandingKey is a modern motel only one mile i trol.i This morning m] wife COMMISSIONERi

! .I the Soviet Union The I Clubber for 1963, from the I away, with swimming pool. Am I j jjl fusesto speak to me. I .
2.-.CET &
I tary: strength of the Palatka High School. Asa has selfish? i Two
I Gentleman, Minneapolis ) : Group ;
, ,
I i
.1 DRAINAGE to more States has reached an all the distinction of being selectedfor Widowed, Cleveland, OhioPut I Good for Let's'aU .
: r, areas of CITY. I high. It 5 is better today than this high honor while still a. a halo on' jour neighbor! I your!
has ever been before. No :Junior in High School. Congratulations all against thoughtless ones ;
She's right! You'll notice that
; ':3-Use FERNANDINA war could be fought today to Asa and the Palatka the best retiree villages and communities : 'think that a role in life is City General Election July 16 :

L I J REACH'S; to out great losses on both Kiwanis Club who sponsored his make it a point to build !i 'thing to eat at breakfast. .,
money but.vithout doubt the trip to Washington! accommodations for visitors. It : *cherished and most .
better I FERNANDINA i Sates is the creates takes the strain off the resi any human is the feeling of
I, instead of advertising ., power in the world today will "Mark my words when they dents. Yesterday I was chatting j I esteem. of self-worth. Being If elected, I pledge to be alert to the needs of the- !
j Our military strength: all get together for the reunionof I with an interior decorator whose i hack-nan for your wife and
for the State of Flor
!I I'necessarily assure peace, but old high school grads, there'll clientele is heavily retiree. He 1 pals has pulverized jour 'I '
I ida. ., sofar as military strength I' be at least one who bounces up states that very few ask for I'j worth, and you're right to greatest number in this city and to work increas
avert and deter war, this to you with: 'I'll bet you don't "guest-rooms." Mrst don't ever''up, a storm! Get yourself I 0 ,
/( ,I Beautify y and Develop ernment has what it takes.' who I am!'" Charles I
1 know want a sofa-bed in the living ; ia something important to .
1J the Reach Area. believe this statement will Crawford, Lawrenceburg (Tenn.) room, to his surprise. They say You can be of great ,as 'I ingly for future prosperity and growth. ,: ;
7 J head with reassurance by I
/ Democrat-Union. that this time of life belongs to j , .5-1 m p rove Downtown n I' who sometimes are in doubt them. They love their kids, love 1 ber of Commerce and, the ,
Parking Situation. carding the !strength of our their visits; but they also love : Executive Clubs that seek Paid for by Hilton L Attcfiena :
i tary establishment POtITICALANNOUNCEMENTS meat for "retired" business ,
You're not
their own comforts! i
| ...... .
4tb' OF RV .
my OJ1g selfish, but sensible! t
I.', (Rides to"he"Polls"{ andi f tt has bees 'most ratifying .
me, as wen as to many GOSSIP AND GIVING t
Absentee Ballots atailable 'Members of the Congress, to I want to use some of my leis-
'i,' f ''by railing 261-4489., or serve the reawakened spirit City General Election uie-time as a volunteer with hospital Summer Meat: SpIdj: : !

[ 201-3386): : ) patriotism which is being July 16, 1963 Grey Ladies or cancer : S
t \ i test throughout our groups, but I find the women to f
I Several evidences of this be rather malicious, more devoted I .
of pride in our government For City to gossip than to giving. Can

: VOTE RIGHT its magnificent institutions Group Two you recommend a group that's RIB STEAKS .. !:: ..' Lb. 79c i iJ
f elude the increased display HILTON L. KITCHENSE. more sincere? -5 .*;r :,.. '.-,.. '. { ,
ELECT : the, flag on Armed Forces J. SMITH Disillusioned, Montgomery, Ala 1, .
Independence Day, Memorial -' Ever body gossips, so relax!! I' .
national j FRESH GROUND : .;!.; I
other holidays "
and ;
< that austerity : .
II ; t For City Commission Don't forget, also,
1 HERB WHITE the staging of community '
( after the These
disappeared war.
,. I focusing parades and attention patriotic on the J.Croup JOHNSON, JR. volunteer groups manage to pro j1u'S HAMBURGER : 3 ib,. $1] :
""M fur hv Hprh While duce a lot more than gossip, too! I
. ificance of historical events HERB WHITE | '
, Recently in Jacksonville, a
-, - --- social agency revealed that if it DELICIOUS ? $ :,;: :
I'I't ? I '"
weren't for these gossipy ( )

, : volunteers, the agency goals CHUCK STEAK <'" .>:\ '- : .;'. Lb. 45c
would never be reached! ,
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i I I, 4" <;0' ,

j DID YOU KNOW? I read LESSON the letter FOR to you from WHOLE LEGS or WHOLE BREASTS

I a man whose wife won't fix his I II ..
I breakfast. I'll tell you what I did. (\Vit"'Ribs) .
I made my own breakfast. a few ,
l t mornings and left such a litter of FRY'ERS :i'f'.l: \ 9eCABBAGE
j '-.u 7 i. S >.I I I" I dishes, pans and smeared,knives, \:604.tJtf'-ittk: Ave. : -; :.,.:". ', .
and forks that believe me, she I .
. fixes breakfast long before I'm
I awake every morning. She never I j I ,
\ said a word and neither did I.

! for Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fielitious But it Sneaky worked great.Brooklyn, N Y. FYNE TEXBleachQt. : Lb.

I Name Unless The Name Is Registered LAUNDRY MAJORAs Scr

I i a retired Army Major I
I suggested to my wife that I do ,
h. S '
I the weekly washing Ia the shopping YELLOW
5c "
Read This Florida Law. ., I center here is a laundromat. ;
I II '
I I enjoy using the machines and
< chatting with the other folks who ONIONS 29C1S'11ITE
I come in. My wife protests 'that I 3 Lbs.
:'It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein to engage tot this isn't man's work and what LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDERS T .. ..,

)business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without and will people think? I have an in- 11 ,.
ventive mind and am working out '
.unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit court of some machine improvements. (I FYNE TASTE 'of

I 4he county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall consist I have a couple of patents on ma '
r I chinery.) How can I cure her? GRAPES 25c
jf filing with the. clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons, Major Dome, Ala. Pink SalmonTall : Lk, ,

stating under oath the name of all those interested in the business enterprise, the Why not take her with you?
Let her enjoy chatting while yon
.extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said.business is sketch out the improvements you HIGH C ,

:carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring have in mind. In one fast five Co
seconds she'll about
say 46 Cans
I :to engage' in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their in- your inventiveness to impress the I49c Drink or 89
whole community forever! 3 Cans for C
jtention to register said fictitious name at least once ar week for four (!) conseco1ie :

weeks income newspaper as defined b); law in the county where said registra- GOLDEN AGE LOVE
80-odd with annuities
:Ujoa is to be made, and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the I'm and a spry investments, and I wantto ( ,.

circuit court except upon receiving proof of such publication. II marry a fifryish widow. My SNOW DRIFT OR FYNE BAKE CHASE AND .. I
J wife passed away less than a SAtfBORNCoffee
/*' I year ago. My one son is furious, I II 1

If* You Are Engaged In Business. Under Any Nome Other f Than I I I he quent.acts I as feel if I'ma this is juvenile none of deLn-his I SHORTENING3Lbs. i .L6. Con 59c: 1I

Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name' Properly AdvertisedAnd business.Elmer She's,a Tuscon real lady., Ariz. I f
r i
Let know the
Registered, See Your Attorney For All Necessary Information so I can me pelt you with weddmg-date orchids! ,_ ,_ !II

: As To What You Should Do. GLORIFIED CHAUFFER 58c FOOD FAIR "I j

.j .. People always talk about young
mothers who spend their lives Coffee 49c !
LI con
chauffeuring their kids to school,' ,,
; FERNANDINA lEACH NEWS-LEADERS; dancing class, piano lessons and LIMIT ONE'YITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
all that. I'm a retired formerly J
: --- ,---- S 5 .. --- ,, feauio* administrator .Jf ..... -.' .',. ." -
large business. For the past two :
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I I l Xiwt-tader, Ftrnandine Beach, Fla. Thursday, July 11, 1963 ti absent of fifteen days, postponing .
I I 1 1I FLORIDA 100 1 YEARS AGO all repairs that are not
bett noted that there is also a absolutely necessary until your

, Just .Ramblin'Continued Fernandina in the Galapagos Islands Published by bringing in troops from Tallahassee return. Lt. Commander Jouette
; in the Pacific.i Maybe reports that while chasing a vessel -
( from Page One) FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CEN- and burning a stairway of
some of you historians or geographers TENNIAL COMMISSION the lighthouse, where a lookoutis to the westward of Cape San
pecially interesting to the Newsleader can fill me in on the 208 Valencia Avenue kept. The Federals then turned alas a day or two ago she threw
staff as the AllFloridais characteristics of this place and Coral Cables 34, Florida their attention against the overboard upward of three hundred -
a sister publication of all if there is a link with this city's Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR salt works on March's Island bales of cotton in order to

other Perry publications in the historical background. University of Florida near the Ocklockonee River from escape from him. It is probable
state. And if you think it doesn'thave COTTON WASHED ASHORE.. which men had probably been that a large portion of this cotton -
\ the circulation just look at People who have cookouts on Significant Florida Events i summoned to defend St. Marks. may be recovered by an early
i {the daily Sunday papers which the beach are cautioned to bury for July 1863 I There the Federals destroyed effort to do so. You will therefore -
carry it as a regular feature. any hot coals they may leave. A .. fifty salt boilers a few buildings see Lt Commander Jouette
The ,Florida Sentinel reports
Daytona Beach News-Journal, 4 or 5 year old stepped in such bushels of and obtain all the information
sixty salt captured
that there in Leon County
l) Land Sun-News Fort Myers coals over the weekend in the in three prisoners, and took six con- possible relative to the precise locality 4 ,
"some three or four companies -
News-Press Fort Pierce News- jetty area and while the burns I traband. : where it was thrown overboard -
I Tribune Gainesville Daily Sun were not extremely serious they I process of organization. Some of .I and then proceed to the
our old, respectful and most influential July 16 Admiral Bailey orders ,
Jacksonville TimesUnion Lake were of a very painful nature.I II their spot (without, however neglecting ( LOUNGE
citizens have put the commander of the U.S.S.
I )land Ledger, Leesburg Daily Such unnecessary incidents can I the ordinary duties of a cruiser -
the role of honor pledged Hendrick Hudson to his
Commercial, Melbourne prepare
I Times be avoided with just a little in case of falling in with any
I to do or die for their country vessel for sea immediately "for
I Miami News Ocala Star I
Banner added consideration. vessel) and pick up as much of it ;
Palm Beach Post Times, Panama and they are not the men to back
as possible. Having performed i
I I City News-Herald, Pensacola I read it somewhere "Ex down: "from anything they under-I CAESAR IN BRITAINThe this duty you will return to this I I ATLANTIC AVENUE AT THE BEACH

News-Journal, Sarasota Herald- perience is something that take. Roman fleet was standingin port" j
\ Tribune, Tallahassee Democrat, that there's small July 15 According to an or-
teaches us a ; The U. S. gunboat Port Royal'
Tampa Tribune and Winter but difference be der issued today by Adjutant-
important The brazen trumpets sounding. learning that there was a quantity ic'2"
Haven Daily News-Chief. Looks tween keeping your chin up and General Hugh Archer at Tallahassee -I The legionnaires, their swordsin of loose cotton hidden in Apalachicola -
like a lot more people know a lot sticking your neck out." the senior member of each hand tonight sent an armed I' + r tip p
more about Amelia Island than militia regiment in Florida will Their bullhide shields were expedition into the city and succeeded -I
heretofore. Should add a few assemble every individual in his
Did you ever wonder why any pounding. in capturing fourteen
extra visitors in the near future. garment as typically Americanas command to the court house of bags.> The Port Royal also found trot

blue jeans are also called his particular county on Saturday Great Caesar paced his galley's twelve; bales of cotton that had }
When Pete Ingram does things August 1, and invite them to Vk
dungarees a word that comes deck i ben washed up on the beach. I I
he makes sure ahead of time that India little organize companies of sixty-four
from darkest ? The I And gazed with scornful eye Th U.S.S. Somerset has returned -
there can be no doubts. When seafaring town of Dhungaree, men each for special militia ser- hordes shore
Upon the savage on to East Pass St. George's
Pete fired the first hole-in-one I; India made a denim-like heavy- vice.A. Who soon would surely die. Sound from St. Marks. The com-
; of his golf career on the Fourthof I duty blue-jean cloth which were Federal expedition, consist of the vessel in his report
July he had a minister right 1 made up for Hindu sailors. Nat ing of five armed boats from the Fresh from his triumph over rnder Bailey at Key West
along with him so that none urally these pants were called steamer Somerset and three from Gaul says that he is convinced that
could question the feat the steamer Stars and Stripes together tsA
Dhungarees. For my part, The haughty Roman came; with his "men drilled as they areo
have always felt they would when an ambulance boat And only Britain barred the way as to be obedient to the bugle
Soon after Gil Hadden pointedout have been just as well left in and a force numbering 130 persons To his immortal fame. call when acting as skirmishers
to us that what is now Long India for all the beauty they has returned today from a (He) can whip the rebels off
Island in the Bahamas was once I add to the human anatomy they 3-day expedition up the St. Mark's This farthest outpost of the 4of the point of St. Marks. But to tNi, 1 A r.
Island in
named Fernandina Exteen Cor- encase. River and to Marsh's world achieve any great result I would

1 Apalachee Bay. The purpose was Would fall within his power like 200 or 300 soldiers; with ( 3
to make "a thorough reconnaissance -
And leave him master of the }them and my own men I could
and, incidentally also to _
march to New Port, capture
AUTO earth up _
inflict such damage upon ene-
tny quantity of cotton perhaps
In this triumphant hour.
my as circumstances. might ,000 bales that come down the I
render feasible. An effort was ti_ qL
The patriarch of Britain's tribes river to St. Marks storm the fort <
made to keep the expedition sec-
Had gathered all his clans. Cut the wires tear up he railroad, ,
ALL MAKES AND MODELS ret but heavy rain "together with They stood arrayed in battle track and throw the guns into the ,1 0

GET YOUR UNIT READY FOR SUMMER NOW! the promptness unfortunate of a picket vigilance station and at dress; river returning to the ships in : :: _
their the Spray"July
Their crude
i spears
Agency For CLARDY Air-Conditioners Port Leon" made this impossible.Shots '
were exchanged and one : hands. ; 17 Captain J. P. Gillis n
0WE Federal was wounded. Believingthat Rude huts and filthy cattle pens of the U. S. steam sloop Ossipee I ,c- + 0,
SPECIALIZE IN there were approximately Were all that they possessedBut in a report to Admiral D. G. Far- -V.
love of home a holy fire ragut commanding the West Gulf' ; '-
in the
TuneUpt 600 troops area : ,
having Burned in each savage breast.A Blockading Squadron says that
Wheel Alignment the Federals withdrew
today he captured the Confeder-
first ascertained however that i
Automatic Transmission
Repairs band of Britain's ate blockade runner William Bag-
the channel was obstructed abouta DANCE TO THE
priests ley in the Gulf of Mexico. She 1 liTHE MEGATONS"NORTHEAST
thousand yards below Port Leon.
REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANYYour Under the circumstances the Un- Was gathered on the shoreIn had on board 700 bales of cotton i MELLOW MUSIC OF
supplication to their gods, and was enroute to Havana from
ion force decided not to attemptany !
Local Oldsmobile Dealer furher operations in that direction Their rescue to implore. Mobile. During the course of this FLORIDA'S FINEST DANCE BAND
232 South 8th Street Phone 261-3122 "beyond thrwoing a few action, Captain Gillis complains, :'
Their mask-like faces lifted the U.S.S. DeSoto came and I
up up
shells at the trains which were Toward the morning skies. "seized clandestinely the oppor- ; FRIDA AND SA TURDA Y NIGHT/
Their voices trembled with their tunity in the darkness to throw on I
fear board a prize master and receive

And fear was in their eyes. the steamer's papers." 9:00 P.M.JIlL

The long-stemmed oars stirred "How come the refrigerator at
Need A Good Salesman? into life. home is never as full as the one in Beautifully Redecorated In A Hawaiian DecorSHE'S

The ships approached the land. the ads?" George J. Melvin I'
The steel-clad legions waited, Claysville (Pa.) Recorder.
now. __ _____ _-.__ _- _-_- -_-__ -_ _-_- __._ -_ _-__-_on ___-_n-_-_ -_
leader's stern command.
,i1 sY "" ..f.... -. ......
Good salesmen
arc Shard to by that :.I
come a .
many Then came, at once upon the air .. ..# .. .. '

retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to A The most skirling unearthly war-cry cry; of the .. ....: .

rub when he needed merchandise. clans
more help to sell For death or victory. .i fl

With one accord they shook

It would also be nice if the lamp produced a sales. their spears ;
: And. with apparent glee .' "..

man who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make As if to greet a treasured \ .
friend ;
: Y

,. all the calls necessary, who could see every customer, They' plunged into the sea. :

They charged toward the Roman I
every day.It ships

I is far as they could go. ',;<0
I i With screaming. curses on their
would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't They lips dared the Roman foe

make mistakes, who always told the correct sales story, The grim-faced Roman soldiers

/l>. ft-
who found interested customers on short notice, and superstitious awe. t ..et -.

They looked upon this savage AI a kg ,
sold merchandise.If horde

And doubted what they saw. '

the merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman lalf-naked men with clubs and. '...r. r a ... :..:.. tri /
spears :. a.
who could right into the home right into the living Opposed their armed might. ,' ... '< 1 .
go Could} these be wards of some,-. ., fly

and talk the housewife and tell the of strange god < ... .... Y w
room to story Who on their side would fight .1. ;': ::': '
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his merchandise.And Their leaders saw them hesitate; cc ; ; :i.....:'.....>i." .'. ''.

Divined the reason why; : i \ 1 k.lt4 ) Ue
For in their hearts men feared l .. .; ; .
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that salesman would work at a !low wage. That the gods I' $>::: T' .r

Though not afraid to die. < 'j.\ :; ; ri

seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would .i. I, r < :: ,
Close at his side the honor guard l. r. > to }fi. :
i. .
never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, always The He spoke.sacred They eagles leaped bore. into the ,: '. t. i.J.!. 'f k1'T'1: 1f'i

say just what his employer wanted him to say. And sea battled toward the short. k ,') ( ..,.'..I'y'..::... : .:: I ,

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The eagles were the gods of war :. III. .J"'h ". .. ....;.. ;' : ..:. .'. '; ..l' :
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Impossible Even Aladdin's genie couldn't produce Revered by ancient Rome. < : t .:: ...' : <
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that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman And honor state and home. J-I.:' I f.;..: t.., :.:.;. l .. I. 5( fi\ (" .. :

only in air castles. and C :' : L ;h j..bda\ \ ;
comes newspapers. Then stayed they not for bugle ..gL : : ..
call, ..
Nor Caesar terse command; ,
Read back. There is nothing there that newspaper But cast themselves into the
sea GOT IT I

advertising can't do for a retail store. I It is the super And fought their way to' land. .:

salesman the dream salesman the perfect salesman.All Rome was, then mistress ',of the

that is needed to put him to work is call a representative And Caesar lord of Rome Britain'shuts ;
But there was woe in
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I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 11,1963 Paga Seycn I

/ Sports SlantsBY / Minnesota Twins Sign Bobby Howser Four Tie At 73 ''District Baseball T Gurney'i i

.Phil Howser, who has broughthis *

Charlotte Hornets here for .. ,. .,. For Top Honors
CURT GORDON spring baseball training as one f. : .' <,t'{? l' <': :. :. .. :\-iJ'.: 4.s:_ : : <
j I 1' of the Twins farm for clubs quite of the a numberof Minnesota In Golf Tourney Will Begin Here MondayBY i
Thr Senior Baseball District reaching the landing but when I
rated of NorthCarolina's
years as one .
Tournament will be played at they did the motor j
get going Dads i Four players wound up in a
happiest recent.
the local ball park beginning Porter would not untie the tow I t tie for top honors in the Fourthof CURT GORDON Fifteen boys were selecjgd
ly when his son signed contract
with the Fernan a I The Fernandina Beach All- from the local'teams. to makeupthe
text Monday rope. He said what he was doing July handicap Golf Tourney i
with the Twins. J
Stars will be host for the Northern All-Stars Fw-
dina Beach All-Stan playingthe was too good to let go. Jackson staged by the Fernandina Beach I I to represent
Naval Air Station Senior and Brookins could not be outdone i. Phil, who has a host of friends S Golf Association. District Senior League baseball nandina Beach. One of the 'fif
Leaguers., The winner of this so they promptly cut Porter's here and who constantly pro. abJ I Tournament slated to begin teen is an alternate. The boys I'
game will play Forest View on I tow rope and proceeded in-j,J motes Fernandina Beach as the Firing net 73's and sharingthe here Monday afternoon at five 'I picked were Benny Alvarez,
Tuesday41n the finals with the I to the landing pulling in the first resort for North Caroliniansto T : lead were Pete Ingram, Jack I o'clock. Hank Bailey, Mike Conner &ad
consider when coming to Flor- Vann, Tommy Tilman. and Jim I The opening finds the I Bill Miller o
i\inner ,going to Lake Wales for people they had rescued. I' game the Stags, Gran-
the District Regional. Later the ida, has long had hopes that Ro- Webber Fernandina Beach All-Stars play. I I j ville Burgess, Dickie Fox, Bobj yi
State Tournament will be played Mike Sapp is really having ,I bert Ellis, or "Bobby" as the Next with 74's were Bill Mel ing the Naval Air Station team I i Johnson and Mike Pikula of the
in Orlando. The main topic tremendous second half in the a sports writers call him, wouldone ton, Ray Caldwell and D. W. of Jacksonville at five o'clock, I i Falcons, Steve JBeville! Dwight
row is to get a big crowd out Little League season. He belted :: day play for' the organization Ringer. I with the winner playing- Forest : Morris, Barry Rice, Beryl Rand e e
Monday to watch our team in tW9 home runs in a game last! he has been a part of for so All received prizes of golf I View of Jacksonville for the titleon Mike Rice of the Redlegs,
action because we think we havea Saturday, one with the bases many years. merchandise. Tuesday night. and Alan Cover and Johnny
group that could go all the full, besides pitching the game j Many local baseball fans who E".5 r :3X Cecil Loptien, tourney chair- i Fernandina Beach is picked as Weisner of .the'Pirates. -"
way.Make your plans now to at i and striking out 14 men. He attend the spring training games t man, announces, that the next s''the team to beat in the three- j Tom Midaei and Charlie Tom--
tend the game between Fernan II lowed four hits. al.1 here will remember "Bobby" as YOUNG activity of the Association will I team Tournament and if they linson will serve as managers of
HOWSER right is shown during aisit to
dina and the Naval Air Station i JL JL, JL r the youngster who could outrun I be a mixed two-ball tourney on I carry ou the predictions, the I II the All-Stars. =
I I M 14 j.( spring traning quarters here in 1961. Left is Jack Mo
and- U-everyone you see to be Last week Joe Stubits, man.I any of the players training here, I Sunday, July 21. I team'will travel to Orlando on i iI A large turnout is expected to
{there. I including the fleet Bob Allison, Keon now manager of the Dallas-Fort Worth entry in i! Following the tourney a hole. I Wednesday to play the winner be on hand for the
of the Braves, whiP
was having game
..: .s'rRonnie trouble ager as his regular pitchershad .' now a standout slugger and out. the Pacific Coast League, and center is Joe Fitzgerald, in-one tourney will be staged I of the Central District at three : will get underway at five Mon.
fielder with the Twins. former major league standout catcher and for .
Sapp and Richard Scho- been on the mound all they : now a scout I and there'will be free refresh. o'clock Wednesday afternoon. day afternoon. '
mas attended the Glenn Wilkes could for the week. He was trying ."'j The following article from the the Minnesota Twins. Bobby was getting a few tips on I ments for all participants. II I Looking ahead, a team must '
Basketball school at Stetson in some new boys and they 'Charlotte Observer also appeared the game from the 'old pros'. I win four games for the right togo .
I in the Sporting News. It was to the State Tournament Braves Belt 11
Deland a couple of weeks ago. I I were walking batter after batter. ,
Both boys were picked to an All.I Finally; he put Wyche Bryce on written by Dick Pierce, also well ; "Professional baseball. I[ Senators Score I Ii I later in the month. Winning two
Star team selected for a gameat the mound and he asked Bryce if known here as one of the finest I "The 18-year-old Howser was Solomon Pitches I i J 'games here and two at Orlando Base Hits To
the finish of the{ school alhough"they he thought he could get the ball sports writers to come to Florida | signed to a bonus contract by 18 i of 21 Hits To!!I would qualify the team for the
| were in different across the plate. Bryce promptly i i with baseball clubs, and is i, the Minnesota Twins Saturday- Cubs State Competition.
To 1 12-0 Win
classes. The two should have replied, "I don't even know a fitting tribute to the esteemin I thus renouncing college football Defeat Jets 10-4 1
picked up plenty of good basket. if I can get it "to" the plate.. I I which Phil is held in baseball i! in favor of an immediate start on I r* Blast Braves 1 18-61 I Ingram Fires AceAt :

pall knowledge while there: -tr n .trtr.. .. : circles. !I a pro baseball career. Over KAC Redlegs The Braves belted out 11 base
j ,
T? T? W Roy Jackson and John Thirskof Ii i "One of Mecklenburg County's "Bobby was signed for the The Senators Broke out in a Golf Course hits to score a 10-4 victory over
.9 Last week when the Sheriff'I the Sheriff's Water Patrol 'finest all-round prep athletes of ;! Twins by his father, Phil How Steve Solomon tossed a three- rash of base hits Tuesday night :: in July 4 TourneyC. the Jets. Carlton Geiger, Tommy
Water Patrol was',called out of towed in Mr. Herrington of ,' recent years East's Bobby :u jser, for 26 years general manager hitter and Fletcher 'Shurle I as they pounded out 21 to rack i Skipper, Tommy Freeman and
(heir dinner meeting at Porter's Yulee and three other men from I Howser has made his choice:I,: of Charlotte's Hornets. The telted a home run and..2 singles] up a one-sided 18-6 victory over B., Ingram, local golfer,I Bruce Gregory collected 2 hits
Restaurant for a sea rescue Ore ,nway last week. They were II I ( Hornets, during all those years, '.'t6 lead the Cubs to a 12-0 lacing'' the 'Braves. The' score was tied ,. picked a torrid Fourth of July i i j apiece to lead the Brave hitters
there was a touch of humor after drifting in Amelia river near' the Equipment Committee for have been owned by the Washing. of the KAC Redlegs. Solomon i at 6-6 when the Senators banged; to fire the first hole-in-one of.. with Freeman belting a triple and
the ,fescue had been made., Fort Clinch. George Walls and :, the Little League and Senior ton-Minnesota American League allowed one hit in the first inn : out 13 base hits seven straight his golfing career. Gregory a double. Mike Douglas,
Roy: Jackson and Clark Brookins two sons were also towed in League wants all players to turn club and it was a foregone ing and 2 in the third then shut to score 12 runs in the fifth The ace came on the 17th hole ''Al Talbird and William Mitchell
were in the boat that made the from Beech Creek by Bill Hair, in their uniform after the final conclusion that Bobby would the door on all Redleg hitters as Inning to assure' the win. ': of the Fernandina Beach Golf: shared in the Brave hitting.
while the after motor trouble. game of the season. If' your choose the Twins when he signed. Windle led : Course, with Ingram
but the'
rescue, pulling i I II the Cubs pounded out 10 base !Ir Higginbotham stroking a : Garry Lovequist collected three
rescued boat in, Jackson's motor 6 team plays on the final day, car- "It is thought to be the third r hits off the pitching of Lee Key: Senators at the plate with five S-iron into the cup. hits in three trips to the plate to,
went bad. Porter Barnard returned The Old Timers came out of I: ry some other clothing with you I time in baseball history that a : and Mike Sapp. hits in five trips to the plate. ; He was competing in the!: lead the Jets in hitting with Clint
to the river and: proceeded .I I retirement ta edge Young's softball and leave your uniform with I father has signed his own son : The Cubs took over first place J, Stewart Pikula and Bobby Fer- Fourth of July handicap touiney'I Rich, Billy Buibank and John
to pull Jacksoty and the boat team in a baseball match manager. Managers are requested : to a professional contract. Con. in the second-half title in : reira had three hits in three staged by the Fernandina Beach ; Cover getting hits: for the Jets.
Jackson had rescued, into land I last Friday night, 32. It was a : to turn in all mitts, masks I nie Mack, longtime owner-man-j I! the Little League with the race victory i trips to the plate. Ladd Gordon, Golf Association and tied for top' Burbank's hit was a double. .. '
In 6 j Porter was }having a good I close game all the way with the I' and helmets at the same time. ager of the Philadelphia Athle Mark Morris, Mikey Townsend I honors with a net 73. |I Score by innings: !!T
Orne, ,Jy. letting Jackson and I I American( Legion benefitting I I tics, signed his son Earle, and ,i and Kenny King had two hits Witnessing the hole-in-one Braves 511 120'- 10 !l*
Brookins know that 'newspapermen I from the gate. Tommy Jones : William Sweatt, shark fisherman -' Charlie Gilbert signed his son,i! Ronnie McDonald collected i, apiece with Ricky McDonald and were Burns Bailey, Jimmy Web ;Jets 400 000 .4 $
were waitinj* to see them I collected three-for-three for i' deluxe, brought two more Tookie. ,I[: three hits to share in the hitting 'Paul Schrantz getting one hit: ber, Rev. Don Himmelman and : Skipper Talbird and Douglas-
being"pulled in, too. Jackson and Young's during the ball game. I out of the river last week. The "Young Howser's bonus includ-i :lead with Shurley while' Jimmy ,;: apiece. Gordon, Townsend and Robert Bailey. Lovequist and Cover. _
Peacock, Steve Solomon j'
get, .their, motor going before Mike Pikula, Sr., chairman of over eight feet long, with the j player" limit, a $500 per month | Hord the and Cubs.Larry Gill hit safelyfor William Mitchell led the I .. .
-. other one over nine feet. William t rookie salary, and "other consid I Braves in hitting with three hits :
i I
... I j''is a student at the University of I erations" from the Twins. ,[I Lee Key got two of the Red-I with Mike Douglas getting two DRAG RACINGSUNDAY :

Porter's Restaurant Florida and home for the sum "By other considerations" it i, leg hits with Lee Godwin getting -j base his. Carlton Geiger, Carl .
mer finds shark' fishing a good is probable that Bobby will receive the other Redleg Kit. I Harris and Al Talbird hit safely : JULY 14 :

L. IN OLD TOWN pastime. a guaranteed college education Solomon walked only three I for the Braves. t BUCCANEER DRAG STRIP : :
.. THE at any school of his choice. batters and struck out four I Score by innings! .: I i .
The Little League All-Star "A 5-foot-ll, 175-pounder, ; while Sapp struck out 13 and Braves 201 030 6 7 Gate Opens 10 A.M. Trials 12 Noon Races 3 P.M.
f .-**.< For Family Dining And Get .Togethers I I team has been picked, but we are I Bobby has constantly hit the : walked six. Senators 213 0(12)18( ) 21't SEE THE SPECIAL BIG MATCH RACE ?.. "
: i, purposely waiting until next I headlines with his athletic ability Talbird and Douglas; Morris ]I II
7 F. : week to. list the players becausewe I III' beginning with Little League I Score' by innings: and_ Pikul .' *. j ."Georgia Bo)" '63 Fiberglass Ford has '
Business. Mens' LunchAIRCONDITIONED want to give more attentionto baseball. Cubs 200 '640 12 10 .I jI I I Challenged. The Motoraraa, Plymouth to a 3 out. of 5 Duel
; II' I Redlegs 000 "000 0 3 I I All Classes Will
the Senior League Tournament I "He pitched a Charlotte Little I I Run
I I Solomon and Gass, Douglas Operated Under Management of Nick Smith
i which is being staged here Monday League team into the state finals ; More Sports Page 8 )
For Your fining Pleasure ',. i The Little League in 1957, and in the title game L. Key, Sapp' and Haddock. ,
. TO ment is a""week later Tourna.1 .. ,, ------
GO hit homer <
= -ANY ORDER. --- struck but 12 and a as -" -' '
|i will give them more his team lost to Hen eron. <, .,__ __ : _(tf.
I "He advanced to Pony Leaguein
S I 1958, then to Babe Ruth ball '
: in 1959 and I960. His 1959 Babe
FERNANDINA BEACH Ruth team lost in the area finals :
I at Columbus, Ga., but in 1900\ I

A7 he starred on the club that lost .
JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN r.i Minn.in the national finals at St. Paul,

"In 1961 Bobby moved alongto t #
S BEACHES" Colt League: ball, and that
year, with Howser as its hitting:
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lotte's representative won the
Eastern Region playoffs, and
Ge rge's' FLORIDA'S Suburban lost out in the national finals at
Abiline, Texas.

I '- Machine Shop i ) GOLF COURSE Propane Gas Co. American"Last year Legion Howser Junior played baseball w ..(i :.
and this spring hit .401 as +exsl3
2 N, FRONT ST. Jill EXCELLENT SERVING ALL his East High team advanced to
18-HOLE YOUR NEEDS IN the state 4-A semi-finals against: -
Machine Work LINKSTIDES LP GAS AND Rocky Mount

I Welding, Brazing GAS APPLIANCE "As a football halfback the

.." ""Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St. speedy Howser played thre
Phone 261.3661 years with East High, making
Special Service" All-County his junior and senior )
TOTAL PERFORMANCE IS MORE THAN JUST GOING POSER IH STAYIHC (abowX If t the splendid bf'taf aid accdtrabM 4ts)!aytd m the Pun M
Shrimp Trawlers years. He was a Shrine Bowl POSER!If s thi pnvn tfunbdfy monntid bri 500|mtta(miks*Daytona Pwfcrmanci Tnilt! If J ft*futl i UVMJJ dtrnmtratad M fir Mobil foflamy ftu!
.-T: Al1 Work Guaranteed T. H. KING selection last December, and led I
,Open the historic game's ground-gain-: i
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (
at JETTIESAdd PHOTO SHOPRoll ers with 67 yards on 14 carries.
Monday Thru Saturday "His football prowess led to i,
Phone Day 2(1-3711 30 Minutest Fer Processing numerous college offers, with FIREBALL ROBERTS WINS
Night :cisssaBE Developing & Printing
Fern&ndint Harbor Kodak Film serious consideration going toN I
C. State and Tulane before j i
HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored his decision to make the pro ]i
WISE. & Regular baseball plunge. Firecracker 400
Friday, July 12 Weddings "He will be sent to the Twins' ; Daytona
"Porcelainize"LASTS 6:17: a.m Portraits by Appointment Only Wytheville club in the all-rookie (:
12:09: p.m. 6:34 p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. Appalachian League, where he

3 OH 4 TIMES Saturday, July 13 Phone 261-4586 will Red Norwood.be under ex-Hornet pitcher II In A Fastback 1963 FORD1FORD

'LONGER THAN 12:30 a.m. 7:12: a.m. "Disregarding my parental interest :
FREE ESTIMATENO and looking at Bobby
1:08: p.m. p.m. purely from a baseball prospect

I ., LASSERRE M MOTOR Sunday, July 14 OBLIGATION standpoint baseball instinct, I think, he's he's fast Jot, good and WITH ITS BUILT IN DURABILITY WON FOUR OUT OF THE

CO. 1:29 a.m. 8:10 a.m. Chain Link Cr' he plays hard," said his, dad. :

r 2:12 p.m. 8:44 p.m. "I signed him myself becauseI FIRST FIVE PLACES AT THIS RACE LAST FEBRUARY IN THE DAYTONA -
S. 8th St. 1'h. 261-3819 Monday, July 15 Redwood Fences didn't want to put that kind of I

2:34: a.m. 9:09: a.m. Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE scouts.pressure I on honestly any of think our (that Twins he) I' 500 FORD WON ALL FIVE OF THE FIRST FIVE PLACES

? 3:18: p.m. 9:51: p.m. '261. 157 has a chance to be a fine base. :
Going Tuesday, July 16 ANY TIME ball player, but I'm equally interested I "'"
in him going to college I
Visit Us For 3:42: a.m. 10:09: a.m. IB the off-season and preparing NO OTHER CAR HAS EVER :
Complete Line Of 4:24: p.m. 10:54: p.m. Porter Lovequist for a post-baseball career."
"% General Contractors "It's.also. obvious that one of {r. .'
Fishing Tackle: Yednesday, July 17
'" SPECIALTIES Phil's dreams is that Bobby playa :
"t Rods Reels 4:48: a.m. 11:08 a.m. season for the Hornets as he

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EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, July 18 KITCHEN AND B.TIIRDIODELl "And if he does," grinned Phil,I
5:52: a.m. G "he'll never hear a word of advice .,

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Page: Eight T;: e Leader, Fernandina Beech, Florida Thursday, July i9G8 n.. .._... ___...-_ .. : :!: '". .. -. ..:. __ ., _, J ,....U.,
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To Win .-". rn;. !I, For July 14tli HawaIIan IT) ( :: :'

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Hornets, 9-8, to pick up their' I Ii i'ed to an event Sunday that is( I : ,W0d rs, ::

first Little! League victory of II I expected to draw spectators, SALE BRAND SALE .
the season. The Senators were I II I i from a wide area. it errr Ia lwr..1 & 1.1 j
enjoying an 8-1 ,lead until the : II I The virtually unbeatable Mot--. { u. S. GOVUNMIN GRADED '."
Hornets scored 7 rlns.hi. the ; orama Plymouth of Brunswick,
fifth to knot the sC5>re.,The Senators :I I Ca., has been challenged to a Quantity RigHt Reserved
went on to win by scoring1a < : Prices Good Thru Jufy 13th W'.1i z,
la duel by the brand new "Georjria WeD BRAND CHUCK .. l'
in the last of the fifth. ; WINN' .
Ford of St
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Boy" ,
Eddie Wilds led the Senators : BY WILLIE MATTSOX I Simon's Island. { O D S 0 p ISM IT
in hitting with 2 hits with Paul '! :
: Ten ladies I The duel will be a tnree out
Scnrantz, Windle Ifigginbotham, played Tuesday RoastB.49 ,
of five affair with the winner
MTcey!( Tovnsend "khd Kenny : Ladies'( Day). Finishing first! t 4
King. sharing in "th{ ":hi\ting. 1| were Mrs H. E. Williams, Lynda | retaining superiority in this '
theubest Mattson ana Mrs. Ed. Mattson.I
Terry Rowe was hitter area.Other
Coming in second were Mrs. races will be run for all
for the Hornets with 3 hits '
Harry Poole Mrs. William Sweat classes and a large field is expected -, W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND .
with Steve, Hendrix, Cecil Ben- ;, .
and Mrs Curt Gordbn. Other to compete. |
neU ,and Rocky Daughertv getting r
2 hits apiece for the :oserg. I golfers were Mrs. L. C. Shave, Trial begins at noon and races A \\ S \ I
Score Mrs. Robert Bryce, Mrs. Andrew i will be run at 3 p.m. I A
innings ,
by) :
Allan and Mrs. Rudy York. Nick Smith who is promotingthe
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Hornets 001. 070 8 ,
Mrs. event, has also slated big o
Senators 102 510 9 CJ I Pete Waldron, formerly I :
I of Fernandina Beach, and her All Stock Drag event for August 4 11
Morris[ and Pikula C. Holton I I
; two children, along with her I 11, when he will have $700 in' I
and[Burton. friend BIrs.. Bill Moore and her i' prize m riey. I. f! Q W-D BRAND LEAN BONELESS BEEF
two children all from Chattanooga I 4--

: Senior L League i beach. spent Mr.[ Waldron several days joined at them the)' _Hornets Sting I I I

for the Fourth. I 9 Slew 69 1 !
I Pete Ingram scored an ace on Braves With 12-2 LB. ,

Z Standings the 17th hole while playing inj i ,
the Men's Golf Association tour-
'. THRU JULY 5 nament. Congratulations, Pete. Victory Wednesday yJ
:Falcons 4 2'' Id I Florida, Grode "A" Dr.fr Dr. +. j
Stags 3 3"Efabirds around the t
R dbirds Down The Hornets buzzed
3 3 Little League park last Wednesday .I LB.
Pirates 2 4 Small StewingHENS.
and scored a 12-2 victory!
w B.tTTI r. Falcons 6-4 In over the Braves. However the '
Top'' Ten Braves outhit the Hornets, 6-3. I :' j; PKG, '

-Miller, Stags .468 The Braves took an early lead I { }

JEifcula, Falcons ..388Btfrgess Senior League Play 1 in the game but their pitching .. .
Falcons .383 fell apart in the fourth and the I 19SWIFT'S t r .. fi, ;'''.,,\,, "".,-e:, ,,'
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Tox, Falcons .347 The Redbirds came from behind Hornets scored their 12 runs in i .. LB.
to edge the Falcons, 6.4, in I
Qhr. Pirates .324 the final three innings. Brave
M.. Rice Redbirds .323 an important Senior League pitchers walked 20 Hornet bat I \ FRESH LARGE S. C. FREESTONEPeaches..5 .n."J '

iTeville Redbirds .320,.baseball game last Wednesday' ters during the game. I '
'By). Rice ..316Xranklin afternoon. Beryl Rice opened oni! ,Steve Hendrix, Tony Vizear- PREMIUM BONELESS 185 491. {' !
: Falcons ..298WeUner the mound for the Redbirds and rondo and Bobby Burton got the!i $P 98
Pirates .275 tossed the first six innings to three hits made by the Hornets Canned Ham 4 LB CAN 2. 1
.:. RUNS-BATTED'-IX% strike out 12 and walk 6. ;, while Carl Harris led the Braves | FRESH THOMPSON WHITE SEEDLESS ..
Fox, Falcons '* 14 Ricky Oliver tossed the final' with three hits. Bruce Gregory' SWIFT'S PREMIUM .. *
inning, striking out 3 and walking : hits ,and Tommy j' 2 LBS.491.
BcviJle, Redbirds ,:" 13 collected two Grapes.
2. ; ;
Wieners 49 .
M. Rice, Redbirds 13Hiller '! Freeman' one. 1 LB. PKG. ,
Stags 12 Mike Pikula opened on the Score by innings; .
Burgess, Falcons '11xikula mound for' the Falcons and Hornets 000 525 12 :3 U. S. No. 1 NEW WHITE ":

-Conner,, Falcons Stags 10 11 giving struck out way 8.to, walking Bobby Johnson 10 before in :1 I Braves Rowe and- 101 Burton 000; -Douglas 26, Piriebreeze Medium Fresh Flo. Grade '"A"EGGS 'i H j Potatoes 1 0 3 91.
the seventh The Redbirds B
lover, Pirates 10 Cooper, Malone, Bryce and Skipper :::
the ;game with 2 runs in the '
.:Weisner, Pirates PITCHING 10 eighth. ;: Douglas. d
Mike Rice, Steve Beville, Beryl I i i
A Alvarez Johnson, Stags, Falcons 3 5 1"Oliver 1 Rice, Dwight: Morris and Mark Pirates Break J fj_" l.j: _., : ___
Bean got the five Redbird hits.
Redbirds 4 2 I
.ikula, Falcons 4 3 Jerry Franklin smashed out No ,Hit Streak BuiB6wTofngsll3 i SAVE 20* PILLSBURY'S BEST Limit 1 1 with_ $5.00 order or more.
: three hits to lead the Falcons h. -
2Per Stags 4 4 .while Granyille Burgess had ,2 I,
Pace, Redbirds 2 2M | '
4iauy.. -hits; pavid Rodeffer, Dickie Fox i4v ; $1 FIour.b5'39'
+M and Mike McDonald shared m "
Trade At Home the Falcons eight hit attack. I '
Score by innings: The Stags, belted the Pirates,: DOZ.
Redbirds 11-3, in Little League action ; SAVE
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Falcons 000 030 10 4 8'' last Friday afternoon. The Pirates -
Now Is The Time To ii I i, Beryl Rice, Oliver and Barry Ii broke their hitless streak|' :f Juice.18 2 5 ,j
: Remodel Repair Rice; Pikula, Johnson and For. I after two innings when Alan I} 46-OL CAN
; or d 'I'
Cover smashed a double. The;: rt r )! rl d Jt I. .1

: CityBowling !I I II victims Pirates had of previously three no-hit been ball the 50 Extra#?'/"Green Stamps SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise

fw games.Hank Bailey, Billy Miller and I FOUR No. 303 CANS THRIFTY MAID t
3 Months !i League I Steve Carver smashed out 2 hits Green Lima sans QT 3 9l

To PayFernamlina apiece to lead the Stags tenhitI
attack with Bobby Thornton,!
i Total Mike Conner,1* Robert Johnson I 21 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE &VE J 10* EACH KRAFT yjt I
: Lumber i I Team Standings WL Pins 1 I l 1. d
I and J. P. Allen sharing in the j I
& Supply ,, Morris & Payne Body Shop. hitting. i
Sonth: 3rd St. Phne 261-3641 23 13 25121B --
Larry Gilileo, Alan Cover and I Mayonnaise u
& II. Enterprises Roger Wolters got the three hits I r Q tIf(
-. .. .. 19 17 25079;) '
-- -- -- made the Pirates.
Hadden Lanes 17 19 25023 by a+a.. reen Stamps' .
Score by innings: 4 >
See Becker's Drugs 13 23 24487 i WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ..- ; .
020 314 1 11 10
Stags -
.. High Team, 3-Games ;i 14-oz. :: '
Pirates 012 000 0 3 3I I ONE L
"HI NEIGHBOR"WITH I Morris & Payne 2894' l I'; :
Conner, Alvarez, Bailey and Hoi Shot l Bug
JIM 1 WATSON\ B &: H Enterprises 2807' Johnson; Gili'.Jo, Cover, Cover, .
Iladdcn Lanes 2714High
: : and on July 17 Ind. 3-Games :' Gillleo.: AT ANY WINN-DIXIE \ ;. ;\ '

J, Easton 699 ; 22 da .
Special GuestGORDON C. Hodge 640 Redbirds .HoldStags : ,

ELLIS ''C. "Green' 612 "

High Team Game DOLE SLICEDPineapple ., i .L;.,S, ..
Na>sau CountyAgricultural Morris & Payne 1037 To 3 Hits 1. f ?
Becker's Drugs $67'' $ .
Agent I
B & II Enterprises; 949 : 3cans 1. YOUR CHOICE I mmt I I
At 6 -.'45 :A.M. l lush' Ind. Game I For 9-3 Victory

.ox II. Wilson 262 !

Powerful J. Easton 243 Winton Harris and Ricky Oli, BLUE or WHITE ARROW ALL GRIND ASTOR ,
: C. Hodge 243 ,ver shared the pitching duties FROZEN FOOD
Channel 12 High Scratch' BowlersC I for the Redbirds and set the!; ,

WFGATVJacksonville Hodge 226-589 Stags down with ,three hits, to !! MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey DetergentGiant Coffee
J. Easton 2115S'SII. win the game, 93. The Redbirds

Wilson 235-529 shut the Stags out until the i 6 $1.
a i y y Pot Pies For
C. Green 193-510Shiell's final inning when the losers :
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pushed across all three of their ,;

runs. MORTON. CREAM 1 Lb r Can ,
: Steve Beville arid Richard SAVE 111DETERGENT ; I
Williams led the Redbirds in Pies 2FAMILV79' SAVE 10; '
hitting with 2 hits apiece with *

Swap Shop i Mike Rice, Mason Bean and liar-a ,
petting hits for the, winners. MISS MUFFET FROZEN Save_ 1 13* MAXWELL HOUSE
Billy Miller[ J. P. Allen and;, tB.S Save 10 4

: 16 ,MOIitH() 4th f :ST. Robert made Johnson by the got Stags.the three'hits j j Berries 3 p'KG i 1. Fab GI ANT BOX 58, Coffee CAN I 59, ,! r'r.

Score by innings: j KENDALL 3 .
;; '*COMPLETE: LINE OPD021BR Redbirds obi 1M Stags 000 000 3 3 3;, 6-0%
: L 7' emS $1- or Jnqf e, food order
f or more
& ,GAY FAINTS ; Harris Oliver and Mason .
Bean; )Miller Bailey: and Conner.j r

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: OR SEMI,.G"LOss I ST NDitGS I I'I'Tifuu w Extra M rib a a a -51 Ex a Z.W._ "Green Stam": ,

ONE 28-01. CRACKIN* GOOD 6st LARD sur Born ONI rut. HANSON FRoj j

$3.15 $395 i Cubs Braves 6 5 2 2 I i Big 60 Family Creates ilia S H/er Raism Tea Cake M

I I I Jets 2 61 1 23 24 25 dd

:.: Brushes Rollers Filler Sandp(wAnd f Senators BATTING. 1 51 w

All Painting Needs! d ,
Top 10 I w. ) rIYY
Pikula, Senators .435 a t a + een 51 fidnfl
'j\J' Cubs ? Steps
Shurley, .434
Harris .429
: New gncT Used Furniture -- Dishes = Solomon, Cubs .423 Two r FitozcN PATIO ONZ 2 ERR.+AN REDI r (Roza -Two r Ki a iROZZi j

: ,Books Shoes Clothes Sapp, Redlegs .421 arc lnrMa RnCOOO s r ri w r.
i Burbank, Jets .418

: "Corne\ln And Browse Around" R L Godwin Jones: ,Redlegs Redlegs y .406.409 AT ANY WINN DIXI!,. .... AT ANY WINN.DIXIt ,.> d 2S T ROOOTNRUJULYIrTN2d'

-- C'Row*; Hbrhers -- .293
R. McDonald Cubs .300

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" i News-.Leader/. Fernandina Beach", ., Florida. Thursday, duly 11, 1963 -- Page Nine
; Young's Retaliates Cubs News From ; -"- <

Adults and Teens Ceramics' League boys desiring to -
With 4-3 Victory Softball Defeat Braves 31The 1 The Rec CenterBY r' Class in the Ceramics Room at SPORTS SLANTSBY the shirt the he has been using do
7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, during program can
Instr. CURT GORDONMrs. so, otberwi$g /all shirts and -uniforms
Over Box Plant Linda Evans Cubs defeated the Braves, l i
mustse. turned in the
Men and Boys' Health Club in from the
Skipper reports
in fine Little SANDY DeSANDRO
home 3.1 League
run to give a game '
I end of the
'A- the Health Club Room, day and Nassauville that programm.Just
softball tea a 5-4 last Friday afternoon. The Cubs Fishing Camp ....
Z softball evened THURSDAY JULY 11th. the .Health Club Room and evening. --
Young's team Moore's team in scored a run in the first and add. 1 day croal&r, sheephead and yellow '
the score with the Box Plant I double-header last ed another in the fifth and sixth Junior Olympics in the Pool I evening. I TUESDAY, JULY 16th. tail have been biting good all I I a quick reminder for the
Monday night when they smash.I night. Evan's hit while the Braves scored in the 1:00.2:00: P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst.i Fernandina Beach Rifle and Junior Olympics in the Pool week. Jody Little Charles Ben ',; Fernandina football pli4yc.E .
ed out nine; base blows to down the winning in fifth. i I Ballet Class (Beginners) in the I I Pistol,) Club in the Conference 1:00-2:00 P.1.1., Allen Kirk, Inst. nett, Jr. and Danny Wilder I E[ Practice begins: on Monday\ ,
tie Box Plant team, 43. Gene She collected runs Auditorium at 2:30 p.m. Julanne Room at 8:00 P.M. Ceramics Class ((9.11)) in the caught over 100 in two days of I I Apgust 19. We will have information -
a Curve-bailer Max Hord, did the
Powers, Young's pitching star,I Meyer's in hitting Owens, Inst. SATURDAY, JULY 13th. Ceramics Room at 2:00 p.m. Mar fishing. "Skippy" Skipper and: concerning physical
for Cubs and
the struck
I Set: the Box Plant team down I Carol Knight and hi Home'j pitching Ballet Class (Intermediate) in : Adult; Swim Class 10:00.11:30 tha Puletti, Instr. Lynette Skipper have been landing examinations in a later column.
out 7 Braves three
With just six scattered hits ting hits for the hits. He walked allowing six. only I the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Jul Men and Boys' Health Club in plenty of croaker Mr. Ruis II' if if *
while striking out six. He walked anne Owens Inst. a.m.Teen Club in the Game Roomat the Health Club Room, day and and Mr. Gregory caught 40 !
nine. Linda Sigmoa led Steve Solomon smashed a dou I Ballet Class (Advanced) in the 7:30 p.m. evening. croaker on Tuesday and 71 last; Jimmy Roland Star shortstop
ling with three ble and single to lead the Cubs in for Young's softball team, sajd
Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne The from Hil-:I
John; Smith, Box Plant pitcher getting two. Men and Boys' Health Club in WEDNESDAY, JULY 17th. Saturday. Taylors he wanted to remind me that the
hitting with Ronnie McDonald,
I Owens, Inst.
who tossed a no-hitter against the Health ClubRoom, day and Junior Olympics in the Pool liard have been having good I Box Plant's
and Theibert victory over Young/s
William Gass and Hord
getting: Senior Citizens Club in the also. Mrs. has I i
luck Skipper
Young's last time the two teams I evening. 1:00-2:00 P.M., Allen Kirk Inst. earlier in the
Moore's team. season was a
met, wasn't as effective this time 1 hits for the Cubs. Conference Room at 7:00 P.M. SUNDAY, JULY 14th. Ceramics Class (age 12 and plenty of bait, tackle and fishing ,I "fluke".
93 he was pounded for nine base In the nightcap Mike Douglas hit a double for Teen Club in Game Room 7:15 Lutheran Church Meeting in over) in the Ceramics Room at supplies for 'everyone. ,
hits. Smith struck out two and. feated Meyer's, 7.2, the Braves with Carlton Geiger p.m.Men the Conference Room at 11:00 a.m. 2:00: p.m., Martha Puletti, Inst I' -It' *
Walked three. Alvarez pitching and William Mitchell getting and Boys' Health Chb in MONDAY JULY 15th. Sub Teen Club in Game Roomat Coach Benneer Carl Jones Young's manager
victory. June singles for the Brave hits. the Health Club Room, day and 7:15 p.m.. Wayne sayshis i departed this week for two
Junior in the Pool
Carl Jones, of'oung's Olympics
manager Minor Ail-Star will be
Smith: led evening. game weeks j I of 'life with the National
Score by innings: Adult Ceramics Class in the camp
team, smashed out two 1:00.2:00: P.M., Allen Kirk, InstChildren's :
'tingles for the winners and with two hits and each Cubs 100 011 3 5 FRIDAY, JULY 12th. Art Class in the Ceramics Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar. played at the Little League Parkon Guard.
Jimmy Horn collected three Lou Davies Braves 000 010 1 3 Adult Ceramics in Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Faith tha Jean Puletti, Instr. July 31 at one o'clock. Tickets
tingles to lead the winners at geting hits.and Hord and Gass; Skipper and Room 9:30 a.m.-12:00 noon, Mar Britton. Instr. Men and Boys' Health Club in will cost fifty cents with the "The new Wage-Hour law is a
L. Gill
I the plate. Perry also had two Douglas. tha Puletti Inst. Island Squares Club in the the Health Club Room, day and money going toward expenses of I spectacular addition to the jungle
in hitting
I Eits for Young's with Bill Cox each Meyer's with A. Knight Jr. First Aid Course in Conference Game Room at 7:30 p.m. evening. the Little League All-Star of the Minor team. I of regulatory red tape that is
and Billy Roland getting hits and M. Tiner geting "This is the season when heavy Room 9:00: a.m.-12:00 noon. Jaycees meet in 'Conference THURSDAY JULY 18th. Benner says any I slowly choking progress in e.eryt "
for Young's. fogs give cars the creeps." Sub-Teen Club in the Game Room at 8:00 p.m. Teen Club in Game Room at field from railroads to rockets.
:: Smith was the leading hitter Bert Masterson, Hartsdale (N. Room at 7:15 p,m. Cotillion Club Board Meetingin 7:15 p.m. the Health Club Room, day and t- Will and Edna Long, Hebron

for the Box Plant with two hits Trade At Y.) Masterson Press. Men and Boys' Health Club in the Office at 8:00 P.M._. Men and Boys' Health Club in evening. -(Neb.-) Journal-Register.-- -- --

With den, Johnny Cary Braddock Morris, J.and D. 1101-1':' ...................I..................... ......................'.....00$05008:

Jlattox collecting: hits for I
:.Box Plant. j I. 8

Box'dock v Smith, team who then singled had a Mattox run walked in to the singled score to first give Brad inn-and'i the,'!j' I I I Iing Last 3 Days Oft The r GRAND OPENING :

Kater scored on an error to add ;I
Another run in the second. I I e -

.III Young's knotted the score with I 8
single tally in the fourth and '
.another in the fifth. Cox tripled'i I
1 rand Horn singled to account for !I'I I!' I !
jhe run in the fourth, then sing. .
Jell by Perry, Billy Roland and |I J ,
'Carl Jones sent the tying run .' 0I
Across in the fifth. V /.!,l1'i.f
The Box Plant went out in I "
;Uront with a run on Morris' hit I .

:jingle 4he Jhe-in the winning eighth by eighth Jones runs, but and in a Horn the walk last scored and of Ii I I i at FIVE POINTS GROCERY & HARDWARE! i ie

Score by innings: I _
;fox Plant 110 000 01 3 6''

III Young's- 000 110 02 41)) t BEAT THE HEAT WITH I THESE A SUP R-MARKET :

:Sapp Belts Two I : tLJ.1- .J'J -i3', : :: }{ .l: ; ] ,.J.. ...( .:,..,." ,/......" t:1::: r W.ff=...1 CI

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I :Trounce Jets 1 t\j ., t;>' r'.'<" r'$.:...{.K H\l ;: !
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r* I bt r' <.,:. "; t. ., ,1 t : : : ;>: if Wm THESE FEATURES { I
Mike belted two home .
J Sapp : ; m'lf7 '
runs, one with the bases loaded, \:, ,,: :, :: '. :., t. J : I. .!; )ti;:
{., ... .. ;,. f1)
; *to lead the Redlegs to a one-sided, : : ; S: 1" i.J\ >>:" :t.:; :.nA
, I :l8-3, Little League victory over II BG12tB.APAITYFILTERFLO8! _
, ahe Jets. Besides doing all of the

Jlong hitting for the Redlegs, Sapp : Bedroom HOT? / :
A\vas on the mound for the Red. .
legs and struck out 14 Jets, aljowJJng -I e N Don't suffer through another night! Choose ? t-' 0e
:: four hits while walking only Ii I ''' < this Extra-Quiet General Electric Air Condi* _: WATER SAVER
I three batters. pro.!4 tioner-and sleep in cool t relaxed comfort! .,
I M Ricky Jones collected 2 hits for' ,
.the Redlegs to share in the hit., Ar a 10-position Thermostat! :_.:... Damp Dry Spin 1"99''S
"ting lead with Sapp while Lee Ventilation Control! nJ

They, Steve Hadden, Dwight Key i i -- t Washable Air Filter! \ I Spiral Activator 0e
"and Jimmy Avery had hits for the .
".'winners. t Five Rotator Air Directors! ModelS -

.. Score by innings: I \ !_ Two Fan Speeds! WA504 t (I
Jets 000 030 3 4.Eedlegs
.. 03(10)( ) 41x 18 8 : As low as --Iql- $ 95 :
I Mode!
Sapp and Jones; Rich and
,*Cover. 1 e / $149.95 I 1v.T1 -- wA'i1 i unols M t s 199 C8232 f)

I i Rowe, Hendrix ;I I: : h l __ GENERALHELECTRIC fin

I Head* Hornets To 'i : Living Room HOT? $9.00 A Month With TradeS CHEST FREE7fD :

Need extra-big cooling power? Choose this 8
f 10-6 Win Over Jets : heavy-duty Extra-Quiet General Electric'Air .
i e Conditioner. : < t.nu us".. Fast freeze anywhere 0 Counter-balanced lid 0e

f Terry Rowe batting and Steve in food compartment opens from inside 0e
Ventilates I a Filters I '
'Hendiix pitching led the Hornets Up to Olbs. of Of out ,
fto a 10-6 victory over the Jets e Dehumidifies! _-- >' "' F. '
a food storage. 0 No exterior
JTMonday afternoon. Rowe smash.acd sweating
I e Automatic Temperature Control! 4. _
a home run and three singles ; Performance ;
X .c:t cay::
tin four trips to the plate while -
..Hendrix was setting the Jets MOSQUITO
: !down with! six hits.: I! y.Iv :, ORTHO :
,, Hendrix and Bill Leeper shared i' Only $15.00 down :h
in the hitting spotlight, too, ,: in &
*vvith three hits apiece with one e. -- .. NUMBER: !; Reputation (
M Leepcr's being a triple. Tom. ,
iny Corbett and Cecil Bennett! e f' YEAR WRITTEN WARRANTY FlV-
Uit safely for the Hornets. j G: THIS IS A FACSIMILE OF THE These General Electric room conditioners ': .. : ftuI ,,
NEMA SEAL When the actual sol! .
Clint Rich and Burbank' ainstman ..
carry tone-)ear repair warranty a ( : : r>: in the HOME :
Hcd the Jets: in hitting with 2 I is affixed to a room air conditioner,itsignifies ufacturing defects on the enure unit' and an | NUMBER T r"'v o
, Juts apiece with Larry Knowles t that the nameplate: BTU/Hr/ cooling capacity additional four-year warranty applicable to B OM B 6)
i, is certified the National Electhe .
end Lloyd Uffleman getting the accurate by sealed refrigerant system.There '. 7
other Jet saftics. I meal Manufacturers Association. ,F':, : :J., x v BuyersPreference 0RTHO U

Sets* Score by- innings 300 210: G 6 : is nothing "just as good as" General ElectricGENERALELECTRIC [ z KILLS : =

Dlorncts 620 llx 10 12 aoaut

w Lovequist and Cover; Hendrix t ANNOYING -:
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AM I I i Positive, Patented FLIES, f ::t)

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Above & Below .

r toM Over: Lions Hornets I II : I : qi cii j i i L zu MASONRY PAINT ,. WON'T_ STAIN.* \ GHATS iI :

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I The Rcdlegs scored 3 runs in Beautiful Colon and WKlt;
tlie second and 2 in the third to .I t r PLEASANT ODOR' FATI =8
down the Hornets 5-4, as the I .
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)he third and one in the fourth.I:I ,f h
.1 Lee Key and Steve Hendrix I Itl E
3\vrc the mound opponents and D
uiach pitcher allowed six hits with I: FREE
! *Key striking out five and Hen- I v

2lm biffing three. Ran"g es
. Mike* Sapp and Jimmy Avery I: ; I Beautiful GE Westport t =y
r JJ-ollecte'a two hits apiece to lead I I ; t '' 9I

: Dwight the Redlegs Key! and in Phil hitting.Alday with get- I:' .I II I Priced As Low As : STEREO CONSOLE (As The Grand Prize) :.

I w jing Terry hits Rowe for the led winners.the Hornets ,:I I S : $15995 ,'.* In Traditional!! aho 9 an Y-4 speed Daily{ Door Prizes )'1 ==

Hvith two hits with David Bowers I II Automatic-Record Storage
7ommyi: Corbett, Charles Holton II IIi e ; I 1 : :_

i :JJlornet end Cecil:fitting Bennett, sharing in the I',' I't'' ;, $8.00 PER MONTH "NOTHING T 0 BUY -JUST WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON BLANK ..

M Scoreby innings: tk AND DROP IN I BOX
llornetf 003 100 4 6 : : I a: : Drawing July 1 13 6:30: .p.m. ::
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.Page Ten -* N elvsLeaderFertlandlna' Beach; Florida Thursday, July 11, 1963 i SPORTS AFIELD' Is &fid and where the various stripers tnf 'are usually T found'!ing the simmer. Flute:and;king- f i iI
-1' t I species of fish' may average only I inhabiting: t the rough, inshore fish, mixed* with' assortment !

"What we need more than I[ For every mane Woman and Cites two, or three pounds, spinning I waters during sucha time. 'Spinning I of skates; dogfish. and sea rob. :
I, drive-in supermarkets: restart child in the United States, there Wssissy BY TED RESTING is ideal -The condition of the gear. is somewhat difficult I iDS, are the usaali. catch. 1 1I

anti, movies and ba'nks, are drl,-*- |are roughly two classified ads NW Freshwater: spinning equipment ocean largely governs the type :: to use when the backwash or undertow I!I- The jetty fishermen who ven \;I
in parking places." r-r S. E. Me '''published: in. newspapers, Every Increise In Water u now the accepted tackle j| of tacky, that is' recommended. &, :unusually strong and ture forth upon the wet and haz .
heel, Ovid (N. Y.) Gazette ana-,[year, newspapers run more than i y for bat fishing! in many areas, : Bur.ng; a severe northeast blow, I when it. is necessary, to use a ardous, moss-co\ered rock piles ;
Independent. '!-ft \. '' 300,000,000 classified ad*. according t I Accidents,. Deaths't Salt-Water Fishing Editor of,! are rolling upon' the beach, the i Success, in surf fishing along I I bass from May until' late fall, 1

Water accidents and deaths I I I Sports Afield Magazine. This I Ii I conventional surf tackle is more! the northern Atlantic coast is ;: when 'the northeast storms drive
i I
I .. i gear has become very popular i desirable to use for large-sized usually somewhat uncertain dur- the fish inshore.BILLS .
are increasing in Florida as more S. i
: I
along the salt marshes where
: I : -
Ilan Theatre i and more people build home I,I t I stripers move in with the tide I Ii t
swimming pools and take to ski
: ing and boating, Dr. B. F. Wool-'! BWALTER.. J; PRESTON, JR. !j i to feed at night, and where such i !
i light tackle can be used to advantage -: ,_ .
Phone 2C1-I849 C., E. Beach, .llqr.I Eey, Director of Nassau County I DIRECTOR in chumming. The fa

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT .:30. I Health Department noted today.In The following excerpts.TI :are i| vorite-weight line use in bapfishing .. I
19G1 there 409 drown-
NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 were quoted from Governor Bryiint'sremarks -I with a spinning reel is jBLLS ;:
ings, 91 of these from small
"':'ONE COMPLETE SHOW II boats. In 19C2, there were 442 to the House .Armed*} I I. ten-pound test, which as a general : "

,I ., .. and-Saturday drovmings, 104 of these from Services Committee on June 10;i I' rule Can land any size fish B # .
Friday 1963: I I that inhabits the bays i
small boats.
I One Showing Friday 7:40. Saturday: 2:40 and 7:10 I This year, the State Board of "I am a governor, and as such!,i The surf anglers are some I f YE- ... '

)'MYSTERY SUBMAIt, E" t Health has started tabulating of am my charged state by with the responsibilities Constitution i J of what surf'divided spinning in their still opinion BtL5'I.! '
: some
deaths in home swimming pools pre!
: I' Technicolor for law enforcement safe
public fer the conventional rod and
is 13.
total far
.. and the so
0 Deaths could be cut to almost I ty, public welfare, and public reel, while others are strong advocates
...One Showing Friday 9:12 Saturday 4:12 and 9:12WATARI" 1 zero if a few basic rules are fol I health, and as Commander in ; of spinning equipment! .
lowed. Overcrowding of home Chief, ex officio, of the military i' under average conditions. There I

pools is a common cause of ac-I, forces of the State, with the responsibility -I is a place and time for each
Technicolor John! Wayne I cidM1ts, but so is running on I for repelling invas method of fishing. When the sea
I ion and suppressing insurrec- I
I Sunday and, Monday !! slick surfaces and jumping or i
divingin too-shallow water. continue as a nation.
: Sunday 2:10 and 7:40 One Showing Monday 7:40 II said utmost caution should be "I recognize that you are I "Since'there can be no accurate

"MY SIX LOVES" used with lighting equipmentand I considering civil defense at a prediction of attack pattern,I ,
I power lines.Swimmers time when the public sense. of !weight of attack,. type of burst, '
Debbie Reynolds Cliff RobertsonTechnicolor I should never swim : urgeney has dissipated. Please or other factors involved in possible IS THERE AWAY

I alone, just after eating, when '! do not think me presumptuous nuclear war, it appears !
o tired, when drinking or at night I'but I suggest that the responsi that radiation shelters offer the I

Sunday 4 :21 and 9:21 Monday 9:21 II except in well lighted pools. respective most economical and practical : f '

.. "MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE"Frank Regarding skiing, he said that i means for saving the greatest OUT? y/y/
not only should the boat operator '[ inverse proportion to the public< number of lives. In the event of t .
Sinatra Janet Leigh how where he is going but skiier sense of urgency. When the pub I I attack, I think it can be reasonably 1 1

should avoid exhibitionist acrobatics lie is aroused, leadership toward I predicted that radioactive : I .
civil defense preparedness is not fallout the "" l' ... :
such as skiing close to will cover most of
DR'IYE.N wharfs or other fixed objects. A required. country. We should, therefore, I ..
.. second person in a boat is a valuable "Apathy is the natural stateof concentrate on implementingmeasures ,i
: 12 8:00
Friday-July : p.m. asset to help in case of ace!I the public: .on this subject. For which may save mil!

"BRAMBLE BUSH"} dent.A. the individual civilian the problem lions of people who otherwise

Richard Burton Barbara Rush primary safety rule in boat. I| is so large and so complex might perish.
; Technicolor ing accidents is to stay with the i that he leaves to others a prob. "I can tell you that there area ELL GETALOAN
boat. Trying to swim to shore lem he cannot handle -. or even I great many public buildings
10:00: p.m. may prove fatal. Someone is boundto understand. The one thins of being planned in' Florida' today
"SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS" I come along soon and either tow : which -we can be sure is that if which, if you adopt this program I

t Natalie Wood Warren Beatty the boat in or be able to go for we wait on public concern to.I will be designed and built I :

Technicolor help. I drive us to take proper precautions I to provide adequate shelter. I .
I they will never be takenin point out that we pay for insurance -! _,: I
f time. against casualties that inmost
f SaturdaY-Ju1r.13-8:00 p.m.
Tuesday JulyElection 16 I "I really have only three instances never occur and II
"MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE"and ; !: thoughts to leave with, you. the insurance premium providesno Has pile-up of unpaid bills got you down? Best

it, 10:30 p.m. h Day j I i "First of all, since we are tangible benefit to the'for insur this I way to get "out from under" fast is to consolidate your
ed. But expended
: which money
I considering preparations
:.. "MY SIX LOVES"Sunday I. envision a Communist assault, insurance will produce tangible I debts and pay them ALL off at once: with cash on a low-

; July 14 8:00 p.m. VOTE FOR AND ELECT 1 1I I I we that ought the period to make of maximum our plans preparedness so never benefits comes.even. though. the war cost improved real l estate loan from us. This loan

"MYSTERY SUBMARINE" I I will coincide with the you'can pay off in easy-to-budget monthly amounts.
Hilton L. Kitchens
... ,- and 10:00 p.m. I period of maximum probability. Meantime, your credit is protected, .your mind, freed
; : CITY COMMISSIONER "I see no point in closing our i
I '. r-- I doors and windows to keep out worry care
OUR SNACK BAR FOR A DELICIOUS TREAT j the cold until our intelligence
: :; Pouf Pn,. BV Hilton Tfc Kitchens tells us that the winter is uponus.

J ".,..
\ ---- -- Fernandina Federal
I "We should conclude from the I
information available to you I Coin Operated
gentlemen the time in the future
when confrontation with world
Communism is most likely, and j Mrs. Doris Howard, sAnd Loan Association
Do Your BrakesGrab '
I spread our preparation for civil. I Manager
ian defense over the period be. I
,. Squeal? and then. In this i 14th & Beech Sts.. ,
::Iween now 202 ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 261-5502
L 1 1r Pull to 'Left''o'r Right? I ways, *$. will not move from crisis .. .

to' crisis, but from step to I ---_ .. .- .-. --- ---
---- -
--- '
teD: in our preparation. Our immediate

I l NTRIPLEPLAYU I problem is to take the

first step and to plan the rest.

"Secondly, we should recog- .
1 nLh j Ij nze that civil defense is not n dependable' gasolines era as today's roads and cars. And service- as
and apart
: : something separate convenient as your supermarket!Forpower thatwitc
Mr defense but partof
from military a
., I I that defense. Our victory in awake' service -* fits your car, choose ,from three Standard gaso
I ,,,
.. tit.; .3.OFFERI t V<' ':., Balance the next war, if it comes, will be 1 lines, Dixie's favorites for three generations.

..: : : ..-..'. *,'+ jl I won by not superior manpower technical, STANDARD STANDS OUT Crown Extra,Crown and Economy -Crown---- gaso-
I ability capacity but by-superior superior productive logi-i ., .. .that big, familiar Standard a nickel wasted! Stop in today for long-running

All 3 l tics superior, that is civilian sign in clean red, white, and blue. Every day Standard fuels, wide-awake Standard service.moremotoristsdiscoveritmeansfuelsasmod .

performance. To rely solely on STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
T : fighting men and techniques is
:. for 995Any I \ ,450f to Majrinot repeat line."Finally the. mistake of the

I suggest that the I
; .'. only ., .' ..:. surest way to achieve an adequate -
.. ., .. Car ,- I state of civil defense preparedness .
as indeed the surest
Just Say "Charge it" ,. new !I way to accomplish most public

Take months to pay weights I h I purposes, is to educate the individual
I so that he will know best t '44gx
::. ws j I how to save himself, his family,
) I his communh7 and his nation,
and then to give him the 'necessary
: jI incentives to do so.
) in with the
/AIign I "I am agreement I II
Adjust BrakAt President and Secretary McNa- I
I I mara that a shelter oriented
End' .
I r Front Repack Front I civil defense program is a necessary ,<
I' element in maintaining an t 'YE i r rr
a ': :.
c\ r '!. .A/
Wheel Bearings effective national security post. ..
r '
ure. Any defensive weapons system -' ,t(,
I I which can intercept and .,..."; 1i
; I I destroy missiles or manned air I '
H :t: x
craft, armed with nuclear warheads I. :
Seals must provide parallel pro i
,f' ; Replacement + pt I tection for the civilian population
parts if needed Yy against gamma radiation.
f : and torsion bay a t "For the most part our small. rt

i adjustment ". ,ra er towns, villages, and rural
h ; .- not Included .rt areas are lacking in the resour '
\t : ces to provide adequate fallout t
protection for their populationsand
food resources. This is why
flftiton* NEW TREADSAPPLIED I the proposed legislation H. R.t j g y }b

3516, amending Public Law 920 sCs9
ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES I- is, so important as the basis j I

: 1WHITEWALLSANY\\ SIZE 'I for appropriations to provide i _
.. I Federal financial assistance in !;
Narrow or Wide Design, 'i the development of additional

1 Tubeless or Tube-type : 4 for fallout shelter spaces in schools,
i public buildings, and other non
i w t ? r r ,, r ? rr rr r. r rri n r
N d i profit facilities. Such a co
S Our New Treads, identified by Medallion and shop mark, art j'ing program should tinu-1
GUARANTEED 4 g' distribution ,
more strategic
l 1.Af ainst defects hi worknwi hip tad materials durilllif. ot tread. 49 I shelter accessibility and thus assure I
2.lcunst.unnl road haurdj (ncept repairable puncture) encountered I I M EII41 "
i everyday pafcenftr tar use lor 12 months. the survival' of many who .lYh If wN'F''rj
1 at RrpUcrtnrats turn ol adjustment.prorated on trti4 vwud based'on liSt price current w would now die the slow death of 6 r.a

r I radiation sickness should we be
\ Pius tax and 4 trade-in tiresWb.ct subjected to nuclear attack be-

J fore these protective measure*
CAR SAFETY can be implemented.

I J I "In Florida we have: many sir rt
n rs n
r small communities and
areas where there are ni existing !
I i shelters against radiation. I

'. Local resources are lacking to
I'provide even a semblenee pf such
i protectionWith federal financial
.. I assistance to thesf local

,, governments, this condition maybe .
: materially improved. It: b .
t 118 1 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614481 essential that our youth be pro- II. JH FKIWKHW} '
I \I tected from possible tacfaar E. STONE, ,. AMt Bewfi,, Fk

hazards if we are to survive and


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lA News-Leader,_Femandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 11, 10t>3 Pajre ti l l'ci!

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1956 Chevrolet for UPPER DECK APIS. -
'- parts. phone I Completely -- -.__. ..
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2615717. Jullp furnished including TV ---- Tlfonte i M. CrispGets

) WANT AD RATES CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, regis- Phone 261-3118. tIc srck2 Promotion I JOBSForeign \

.05 per word .75 minimum tered. Phone 261-4341 or 261- FURNISHED APT. for rent. Ph. ,, "In U. 'S. Air Force employment offers men, and vpmen choice of 19 cou ),

Card of Thanks Resolutions 5186. tlc 261-4320. tIc I tries free transportation special tax benefits :- !b bh

and Similar Notices FORBES AFB, Kan. Tho- II liberal vacations And a most unique way of life! i In' t al'-i;
1961!) HONDA Motor-Cycle A- ONE THREE room furnished mas M. Crisp has been promotedto their subsidiaries.
.63 word ernment careers or with American companies,
per $1.00 minimumCal
1 condition. Ph. 261-4535 house. airman second class in the II Over half a million Americans work and lire exceptionally"

261.3686 or 261.3687 after 5 p.m. tIc United States Air Force. well outside the U.S.A. You: can earn up to.$1,600 per month

or place ad at office WILSON GOLF"CLUBS and TWO BEDROOM unfurnished Airman Crisp, a plumbing. paid in U. S. currencj. For complete information send $2 to

0 511 Ash Street woods house. .. --. specialist, is assigned to the Foreign Projects, P. 0. Box 1915, Beverly Hill, Calif.CALIFORNIA .
bag. two 4 irons, put -
*, '* 815th Civil Engineering Squad-
1 ter. Used four times, $55. I I JOBS
H. F. SAHLMAN son here.
Phone 2615352. tIe Thousands of new job openings now i W Southern California i in
PHONE 261-3221 The airman of Mr. and]
FOR SALE -- son all fields. Permanent job security. Send $2 for job informationname's .

I -_ QUALITY HOMES by John J. TWO BEDROOM Mrs B. }t. Crisp of 303 N. 15th, I 'and addresses to California Jobs. P. 0. Box 1944, Beverly

Eynon Construction Co., Jacksonville apt. upstairs, is a graduate of Feznan'dinaBeach I Hills, Calif.
furnished. All electric kitchen. .. ..
FOR SALE BY OWNER 7331343. FRAME -I High School.'PUBLIC ---
\ PhoneQ6l.5269or) : 2613230. tf<
transferred must sell immediately BLOCK BRICK. No money : --_
$825 equity for down, on your lot Ten and 12 MISCELLANEOUSC. NOTICENOTICE : ..

S "flOO, pick up payments. Three year financing. Fully completed OF
I ..arge bedrooms, 1'% baths, living includes 2 inch wall, tank : GENERAL EtECTIOV
W. HOWARD General Con-
room, separate dining I I and pump septc:c tank tile NOTICE IS HEREHY UVEN that Stop saying

'-Tobm, kitchen. Only 3 years I I bath hardwood floors. Also tractor all ,types unlimited of buildings.experiencein Ph. ;: the City.in the General City Commission Election Meeting will beheld '"maybe next year.!' -

old. Lot 80 x 105. 625 S. 15th home remodeling additions,: Room at the City Hall. South Second

St. Phone 261-5045. tfc complete plumbing. Three to 7 261-5008. tic and Beach Ash Florida Streets, City on of Tuesday'ernandina the Take that exciting holiday.

J 1 years, bank rates. ORVILLE : PAINTING houses, inside and 16th. day of July, A.D. 1963. between been about '
YULEE 10 ACRES with g5' WAHLIN, rep., 540 North Fletcher -: out, roofs. Screening. Window the hours of 7:00: O'clock AM. you've dreaming novv.i .
i and 7.00 O'clock P.M., for the purpose -
) 'frontage on U. S. 17, $10,000. Fernandina Beach, phone cleaning and janitor service.Ph. cf electing one candidate from

: 200' next to Hoppy's Barbeque 261-5027. tfc 261-5135 day and night. t.roup: Two ((2)) and one candidate .
i -
$3000. 4': acres with 35G' on JulSp t.t i COpra LAP service &*RE from the Group City Commission Three (3)) for of said membersof City IF YOUR PLANS

a Road 200, across from colored BEAUTIFULLY KEPT, three I -, in accordance with the Ordinancesand .,

school, 3500. Terms. RICHARD bedroom home, near new VANITY BEAUTY SHOP .V WAStfT Charter of said City as amended.The NEED FINANCING .
\ ?
EASY OOt.1 1
school. $450 down only $55. a I I ; names of the Clerk and Inspectors ,
a D. BARKER, EV-8-2G91, Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95. THE REAL ESTATE appointed by the City Commission -
J ax. Ju25c month. Distinctive service budget CD. TO GIFT WRAP 'IT// of said City to hold such election 4 CALLONUS
-tr are as follows: Clerk: Mrs.
prices. Telephone 261-4686 for
Owen MtfKendree. Inspectors: Etta -
1 NO DOWN PAYMENT three AT FIVE POINTS two bed- appointment. tfe Mae Lambnght Mrs. S. H. Swear. '

bedrooms, one and a half baths. room home, on beautiful cor- -=--- ingtort Mrs. Jennie W. Sanders.

Ph. 2CL5457. tlc ner lot. $GOO down, $57 a mo. HOME MADE POUND cakes, Mrs DuBois., Princes Alternate. Bunch Inspectors and Mrs.: Dolly Mrs. Under our inclusive holiday loan

'* layer and birthday cakes, pies. PUBLIC NOTICEIN PUBLIC NOTICE Bride Hickey and Mrs. Katherine plan, you can get money to cover
FT. RIVER FRONTAGE : FOUR BEDROOM HOME, just AH! kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT, IV AND Williams. -
Amelia TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH DATED AT FERNANDINA nEACH.I the entire cost of your vacation.
deep : off Atlantic Avenue. Fenced 2615332. tIe c JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU FLORIDA. this 11th. day of July '
remodeled two-story frame I in yard just $475 do\in. I COUNTY, STATE OF JLORHH. IN MOLLIE ANN NOLES, I I AD. 1963.DAVID Payments may be spread over along .

home. Showj by appointmentonly. FREE HALF Persian Kittens.Ph. \NCERY.. %6&3Denslow Plaintiff, City Auditor!1. CATCHEL,and Clerk of City said Manager. or short period.

Ph. 281-5382. tfc FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom I 261-3289. tfc I IV RE j.: Petition'- of' eiildDun vs.KENNETH RAY NOLES, City of Fernandina Teach FloridaIt
7 11
-- and Louise Henderson Dens- >
HOME IN PIRATE'S COVE for 2 bath home not a project FLOOR low, his wife, for the Entry of an NOTICE OF SUIT Defendant. .. .. '
sale by owner. Three bedrooms, $12,750 $500 down. SANDING and refinish- Order of Adoption of Robert Michael STATE OP FLORIDATO loans up @! ta *6OO
( reen'Ind Donald
ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. Ray Green, Kenneth Ray Noles
a 2 baths, living room, dining John T. Ferreira & Son Phone 261-4609' Minors. Eastman. Georgia

room, breakfast room, kitchen 303 Atlantic Are. Phone 261-5571 tIe ORDER. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF SUIT AND You are hereby notified that a' suit "SEE C, B.
has been filed against in the I I G.A.e' FINANCECORPORATION
with built in and '
range oven, -- ---- THE LTATE OF FLORIDA TO:
QUALIFIED YOUNG WIFE above entitled cause; and that you ,
large Florida room and utility SINGER AUTOMATICZIG will for children\vh'le: Nathaniel Enoch Green are hereby required to file your answer 'Pete7 INGRAM"FOR ,
care your Residence, i
and Address Unknown
I :
ZAG SEWING MACHINEsews with the Clerk of this Court and -
4 room. Deep well! for lawn wat- you work. Also capable of tu You are hereby notified that a to serve a copy thereof ypon the Plain- : p .-- -- -. .- ..-_...,,_
ering. Central heat. Small! buttons, hooks and eyes, petition has been filed in the above
toring. Ph. 2615900. tfc lit: or Plaintiffs attorney, whose. AMOUNT PAYMENTS 'Ol ,__.__..
makes buttonholes fancy stif entitted: cause and Court wherein the 'I -- -
ty and assume FHA inbr\eqUi-1 name and address is:
a -- -- petitioners seek to adopt and change ; MERCURY N. KAVOUKUS __YOU GEL 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS II MONTHS n MONTHS
2G61( Gregor McGregor ching, blind stitch. Pick up 8 I,I DRESSMAKING IN my home tie names of Robert Michael: Green'! I Real Estate
P. 0 Box 462
Phone 2C1-5453. tfc payments at $8. If interested at O'Neal. Ph.: 2613959.<; tfcLOSTCHILD'S and Donald Ray (:reel1. minors. and 24 South 4th 'treet i Life Insurance $ 75.00 55.06. S 5.47 -5.1.55. .

_. collect Jacksonville 359- 'I you are hereby required to file jour Fernandina Beach, Florida. : 160.00 S 9.49 10.79 H.67
---- call ----- 1&.tI'-
written defense, if to the -
t any petition pot later than Aug. 7, 1963.If .. I Income
KINT.SRERRY HOMES PET 5 month Retirement
3387. Will deliver. Jullp I filed in said suit on or before'the22nd I I you fail to do so. Decree Pro Con-' 25.00 2",86 28.35 _30.69 A2.5G
BRAND NEW 3 bedroom --,.---- old BEAGLE PUPPY. Tri-color day of July. A. D:. 1963. with fesso will be entered against you for Health & Accident _
the Clerk of -.aid lernandina 6QO.00__ 34.39 39.3. 2.66 .
FT. CARTERCRAFT tilt Court the relief demanded lit the Complaint.The .
brick, oak floors. Just outside brown, black and white. Name Beach. Florida and serve a copy
I nature of said suit being for 1osphnliZationM
city limits. Entire down payment trailer, 4-cycle Homelite en Prfnce. Contact Paul Ingle, thereof on petitioner's attorney whose Divorce.

I only $350. Less, to vets- gine. $200 down. Phone 261- Phone Collect Jacksonville name and address appears hereon. Witness my hand and the seal of jor' Medical 308 Atlantic Avenue'
This be
Order shall published for
: Total monthly payment, including 3733. tfc 7682517. REWARD OFFERED. four consecutive weeks in the Fer said County.Court at Florida.Fernandina this 27th Beach day Nassau of- Disability Monthly Income Ftrncmdlna'Biacfr,Florida -

insurance and taxes, $G0. _. tfc nandina Beach News Leader. a news June, 1963.XSEAL '
FT. BOAT trailer remote published in Nassau County Telephone 261-3681
15 paper
) -s- a 0. Oxley
Florida. L. L. BOHANNON _
cables, steering wheel, hard- D. 0 Oxley I J
6 KINGSBERRY TRADE-IN INSTRUCTIONSJOB Herein fail not or decree pro con. I Clerk of the Circuit Court. 'OM,. Hovrs!UiV3;Wtineidy t Sdturd y ,.1%
ware, canvas cover. $195. Ph. fesso will be entered againt you for 4t 74. 11. 18, 25 INSURANCE
I possession the relief said I /lisa
2613084. JulSc prayed in petition \\t' I FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVIllt
bedroom masonry home with SECURITY can be by WITNESS my hand and the seal of Phone 261-5269 :_ -- 1-
: down yours said Court at Fernandina lIeadht; Na .I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE _..._.t ___ ..6_ _.____'_" ___ ___ _1
$250 $58
carport per FOUR 'PIECE STRATFORD sectional preparing now for coining Civil sau County. Florida this 20th day of OF APPLICATION FOR

month: Recently redecorated in 'I sofa, like new, chest of Service exams. Send name, address June A. D., 1063 ..1. I ", TAX DEED .
/sD.. O. OXLEY 1 ---- -- -------- -- -- -- -
I terior. drawers, one leather top table, and phone number to NA- Clerk Circuit Court. ni NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that I ---- -
I .,*,. -b TIONAL Ben Sorensen the holder of the follow-
chair TRAINING SERVICEINC. Nassau Florida
one plastic upholstered County ing certificates has filed said certificates -

nUY OF TilE WEEK one small book case. Ph. 261- Box 500, Greenwich, Conn. (/SEALS/ B_) R, P.urnsed *>I. for a tax deed to be Issued I
TWO BEDROOM HOME in nice JU25c thereon The certificate numbers and
5187. tIc B. R. I'.urnsed ,..' of
issuance. description !
neighborhood, oak floors, ceramic 'Attorney for Petitioners years
-- the property. and the names in which |
tile bath. Large lot near BRAND NEW 753 pound capa-I HELPWANTEDGIRL P O l'.ox 163 "V,! itva* assessed are "s follows-
Macclenny Horida ',
: >';
school. House needs work such city chest type fr zer. 1 year 4t 620 27. 7-4, 11 Certificate 1961 No. 56 Year of I ( ..=' -' -7

as painting. YOU do the work, guarantee. $278.00 Call 261-; I FOR GENERAL office \ Description cf Property mock 6 Lots '

WE furnish the material and 4491 Chucks T.V. tfc work. Must be accurate with PUBLIC NOTICE: ::1'' Mo.dma I Reach and 2 Old Town City of Fernan- ,

you will have a nice home for RUN-A-B6UT: :' boat with con- figures, some typing. Good NOTICE TO' CREDITORS ,; Name in Which assessed: William I Irt
$50 down, $52.50 month. conditions excellent Handley Estate
trols, trailer and 35 horse working FLORIDA STATUTES :., Certificate No. 57 Year of Issuance
benefits, and starting salary. IX TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY 1961 .1.1I .
motor. Will! sell as complete Jtrx.E. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA -I Description of Property! Block 7. Lots ---
OWNER MUST sacrifice large Call 225-5122 for appointmenttfc
outfit or separate. Ph. 261- IV PRO ATE. No. 10. 13. 14, Old Town. City of }'er-
beach house. Ocean side, city 4610. tie I In re: Estate of nsndina Beach Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel
RICIURD R. SELDOMRIDE, De. Name in which assessed Mrs.. William
sewage, garage. ImnrjJiate Equal Opporunity Employer I ceased. Handley Will Bring Peak PerformNow! Your Life May De. Alignment and Balance

possession. MAKE US AN LOVELY RED BRICK home. SALESMV A TED ceased. All of said property being in the Back To Your Mopend On The Prompt AcYou'll Drive More Safely!
HOME ance
OFFER! I I To AU Creditors and Persons Having I City of Fernandirra I'.each, County of
205 S. 19th. Across from Sr. Good commission Fullor Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Nassau State of Florida. tor. tion of Your Brakes.
High School. Will take a l lot i : I) Unless such certificate or certificates i- _____
time. No
part experience You and each of you are hereby shall be redeemed according to
PAUL C. RURXS on beach for down paymt'nt'l necessary, will train. Call notified and required to present any law the property described in such

Builder of Kingsberry Homes c. W, Howard, 261-5027 before 10 a.m. tfc. claims and demands which you or i I certificate or certificates will be sold COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARS
319 S. 8th St. Phone 261-3606 2615008. tfc either of you, may have against the I to the highest bidder at the _courthouse
.. I --- estate of Richard R. Seldomndge deceased. door on the first Monday in
late of --
said the -
County to Month of August. 1963.hich is the -- -- -- ------ --- -
BUY A "Hf5MKSITE on the Nassau PERFECTION CIRCULATINGOil wanted.' MOst be 21. Apply in I County Judge of Nassau County Florida -1 15th day of August. 1963. '
River Beautiful high Heater with thermostat :I at his office in the court houseof Dated this 27th day of June. 1963.D. .
person, Surf Motel, phone 261- said l."ount1.at Fernandina Beach I 0 Oxley
and dry lots at Na' sluvnre. gond condition. $10. Ph. 261- II 5711. tIc Florfda. within six calendar months Clerk of Circuit Court of STANDARDPHONE Harwell's Auto Service

Others with waterfront privil I 4219. Jullcj from the time of the first publication; I Nassau County.! Florida ,
.. .._ _.. >, HELP ted.. of this notice Tyco copies cf each]a 4t 'L '.27, 1.+. 11. 111 I
Small I --- I wa ApplyPUBLIC > '
ejjes. -down, ; payrfle'nfi 'claim or ttemarufrshall b fn writing.1'- : ; -- '

Terms to suit: PbWe Francis ; c. 'FOR' RENT ''?'' '''!.i ,'.Btoe, ,:Seas' J !3ra : t : 'aad.J\d<.post1Mtite*teUMtate *the mrbs,place l 0f/esidenc.e 4-: 'I: t otif'iJIe r; d i VertisI "YOUR. RAMBLER. DEALER"8TH (

Ellis, POpular 5-2M1 l" Jacksonville ant. and shall be sworn to by the, fng dn 'newspapers has even great. .
tfc .I NOTICENotice claimant his agent, or attorney and er readership than the sports 261.4117 AND JASMINE STREETS .
accompanied by a filing fee of orre .
NICE CLEAN FURNISHED apartment is hereby given that the undersigned p'- -
dollar and such claim or demand not page.
LARGE SHADED LOTS Ame- 1306 Atlantic Ave"! pursuant to the "Fictitious --- -
at --
'so filed shall be void. -- -- ---- -
i ,
Name Statute', Chapter No. 0953.I I -
lia,' 100 X 145 $10 down, $10 Ph. 2614835. Adults only. tic I I Laws of Florida 1941. as amended by Maynard L. Seldomndge '
month. Call Howard Hammond I Chapter No. 267CO: Laws of Florida As administrator of the Estateof
TWO NICELY FURNISHEDrooms i I 1951. being Section 86509. Florida Richard H. Seldomndge.
261.3733. tf: Statutes will register with the Clerk: deceased.
301 Broome St. Call ,I of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau Thos L. Shave. Jr. ,II Suburban Gas Service
MATCHED SET Diamond and 261-3770 after 5. tic County. Florida upon receipt of proofof Attorney for Administrator Propane :
-- -- -- publication of this notice. the fictitious I First publication July 4, 1963.
wedding band, new. Priced to ALEXANDER APTS name to-wit. 'Os- J. Shave Jr.. Attv
sell See Bertie at Florida E.Z PIC GROCERY: ft 7-4. 11,13.25PuBLrNoTrcE
MODERN, FURNISHED APT. Under which &'e are engaged in
tfc 337 N. Fletcher. No. 4. Hot business at 20r South 14th Street in CLEAN 'SAFE FAST AUTOMATIC

BEACH HOMES water furnished, $60 mo., year I''That the City the cf parties Fenrond: interested na Leach.: Florida.in said STATE Rom DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICAL DEPENDABLE EFFICIENT :: ',

lOGO S. FMrhrr Ave. round. Apply apt 1. Phone 261-/ I business enterprise. are J. T. and FLORID .
Four bedrooms tIc Carolyn P. Carter. SPECIAL TRUHC REHULATIONS Each Suburban Gas Service installation is

and dining, living area.: room Florida, kitchen I I 3114. 4t 6-; 7-4, 11, 18 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEfl: : I Meal l ror YOUR GAS carefully tailored to best fit the requfrenTgntsof
That th State Road at its -
room. Stove, refrigerator. Gas BUSINESS PROPERTY or PUBLIC NOTICE meeting cf June 20, ,1963 Board gave consideration .. the i individual.customer. Your }installationINSTALLATfGN \,
i heat. residence, Yuee! Fla. FrontingU. NOTICE TO CREDITORS to the requests relating to Way be Cylinder EMange Service,' Met f '*
S. 17, residence, store, cabin. FLORIDA STATUTES special traffic regulations and in each "
9 : C67 S. Fletcher case made a review of the traffic investigation Hcme Farms and Businesses Service or Bulk Service. '
Apply 278 S. Fletcher. tlc i IV TIlE COURT OF TilE COUVTjuDm \ ,
TWO I report. along with the recommendations -
STORY duplex two bed. __ I i -:. NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR.
rooms 2 bedrooms down. 'i B I'! ID 4. LV PROKATE. of the engineer at the Beyond Gas Mains and For Industry
up, SMALL FURNISHED house, In re: Estate ofI locution or locations .described. below When one cylinder is completely empty, the JI

.p 'tr newly decorated, across street I I UILUAM FURMAN: COLLINS, De- -COUNTY LOCATION- Nassau- Section ROAD;14530 S-105-A- Anywhere. CYLINDER reserve feylmder i is put into trte. You notify

669 S. FlctthffCORSER from Keystone HoteL Phone .I ceased. **ed. Zone in Fernanaina Beach and Suburban Propane by maifine special order '
To AU Creditors and Persons ITavinj
I LOT -.. 3.. bedrooms, 261-4689.. tic. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate \vicinity as follows: EXCHANGE card and full cylinder t tW.w delivered to
tJt hen and dining area. Living : LOCATION From SLD JM 3 740 ,

room, Florida room, utility NICE ROOM with private bath,I You and each of you are' hereby to RECOMMENDED stD UP 3.170 distance REGULATION 0130 mi. --. .. '* yo in exchange for the femppifjpe. In thw

room and two-car garage. private entrance, half block claims notified and and demands required to which present you. any or 40 MPH Speed Zone SERVfGEMETERED way you always have a reserve5 cylinder qf >

>r '* from Post Office. Phone 261-I either of you. may have agamst the SID LOCATION MP 5585..-> Fro-n distance: SLD 0535&1> mL 5.30-to : gas on hand. .. .;-... -;>-' ttY

309 :Sc-uth 6th St. 4341. tlc estate;of late William of said Furman, County Collins.to .Deceased the- RECOMMENDED: REGULATION 45MPH G u r Suburban Propane Gas' -- -' :

TWO STORY duplex. Freshly FURNISHED"partment I County Judge of Nassau County, Florida reed ZoneLOCATION From SLD MP, 5.565 'SuL\il'ban\ Propane deliverec} (6 permanent
TWO ROOM a- at his office inhe ,court house Service Comes To You From AModern
painted. With new roof ta SLD MP 5890. distance 0325 ml .
plumbing scheduled
suitable for couples of said County at Fernandina Beach. !{ storage on your premises by regularly

and wiring. $7,000. only. 310 N. 5th St. tic I tram Florida.the within time of six the calendar first publication months RECOMMENDED:30 MPH Speed Zone-REGULATION< -,!i 'Office, Saleroom and tank truck. Your g$ "consumption fa -

I 'IttI -- .-- -- -- I of this notice. Two copies bf each COUNTY Nassau ROAD S-105-A: Distribution Plant Located In registered, a meter, and 1Pu are billed ac
403 S. 16th St. FOR BEACH RENTALS call 261- claim or demand'shaU be lit writing LOCATION Section ;14611 SERVICE
Zone cordingly. You Only for the
Spee Fenrandina and
J ia P.each pay gas you us>
shall state the of residence
tand place
SJIRDROOM Masonry home 4C42, W. I. fcCri nte. Will be t and post office address of the claimant vicinity as 'followsLOCATION : : ; 'Fernandina Beach. 0 n e of 96 after us* it. .
J100 down. glad to show anyone the beachitsan'I I and shall be sworn to by the From SID MP 8.M>> --'-' .. .--, ..you (
claimant hrs and t* SLD :.tP, .330, distance 0.330 ml1- Suburban Propane Gas Service -
I cottages. tie t agent or attorney -
accompanied by a' filing fee of one RECOMMENDED REGULATION -j I :
Tbfr service fe provided fori'/Jrms i industry
409 S. 6th St. I dollar and such claim or demand not 30 MPH Speed: Zone _, Ceriters In 17 S&tes. Each Center ,
C ROO\f HOUSE 3 bedroom LOVELY VACATION oceanfront .so. f2ed shall te.vo L. LOCATION.* : From' SLD MP ft330 BULK commercial and philanthropic" institutionwhere i
to MP-1.300. distance 1420 mL/-,
Litchen'' attb! breakfast room, downstairs apartmentwith I MARGARET admunstrtrix T COLLINSAs of the Estate of RECOMMENDED REGULATION,./; |1 la Operated By Skilled, Local hrrge qtrantitfes gals :!re used. No

Florida room, and workshop, fenced In yard. Sleeps 10 \VILUAM iURMAN COLLINS, deceased 40 MPH Speed Zone pas requirement is "to big'1 io be served by
On topfe! 'Vho'Take Pride In
$ to 12 people. Phone 2613174.. I rnoticn duly nude and seconded Serving SERVICE "
7,500. Thomas R Hall the above .traffic and speed regulationswere Propane Gas Service in an efficient, economical
-tl tie Attorney for Administratrix determined to be reasonable aaO I You. and dependable ".
I necessary upotf the baSis of the' Hgineeriag >
5 .ITS.C 11 North Fourth St.. '
and traffic J
SMALL UNFURNISHED house Fernandina r.each. Florida. investigations
ROOM MASONRY home, 5 First publication June 27th, 1963. and authority was therefore given for:
of and for rent 1310 Franklin St Call 4t 627. 7-4. H, 18 the establishment of same and '(he
acres ground a barn. SUBURBAN PROPANE
261-5277 for further information.I placing of the proper marking ,andi r GAS SERVICE
;r tie signs as indicated, also. for the elimination -
Pete of existing controls where this
Ingram, Salesman

: L,, L' Bohannon, Broker FURNISHED APARTMENT for I I Tr eAtl1iiii is indicatedJOHN It PHILLIPS: fc,.: .') SOUTH SEVENTH PHONE'i 261.3661' '.
_-AA 13 N. .4th'St. Phone- %61-S: rent =-'111 S. 5th St tfc It- Cftairmia. f.a, -- ----'----- -- a

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P a jc Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 11, 1963 ) Ft. Clinch 'Park Under the old system each vehicle tailed 3,234. f
: > ,4. f was counted which included A number of Fernandina Bead
CHURCH Or GOD OF Shows IncreaseFor I those on park business, service families were attracted as campers
= At The Churches PROPHECYRev. Fiscal YearFort etc.Lodge. this year, and the further S1
%Sta guests, which included i! camper from home was from
H. C. Drury, Pastor :i I ...
10:00 School Clinch State Park closed I those b] day and overnight, to- Oslo, Norway.
its fiscal year on June 30, showing
Rev J. T. Dunnam Pastor LUTHERAN CHURCH Training Union --.:L 7:00: p.m.
Worship Services: 8:30 A.M. Donald 'R. Himmelman, Pastor Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. a substantial in 18 percent increase I -- --- --
gate receipts togetherwith
11:00 A.M. Phone 261-5G34 Wed. Night Prayer ,
8:00: P.M. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Meeting .........., 8 p.m. an overall increase, accord.
.. ing to Gil Becker, park superintendent -
f Saloon
Sunday School 9:45: ._ A.M. Worship Service 11:00 a. m. Wednesday: :. sa': : je palace
Training UnionE.6* 5 P.M. *
Service Wednesday CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Campers for the year numbered -
Prayer Florida's Oldest and Most Historic '
--r. 7:30 P.M. Bailey RoadJ. CHURCH 38,982, a 25 percent increaseover
C. BYRD, PASTOR Rer. John Dozier, Pastor the preceding year. Actual
Fernandina Beach's Favorite Place ,
visitor count for the total
Sunday School __ 10 A.M. 8:30: A.M. :
ST. PETER'S. EPISCOPALCHURCH Morning Worship 11 A.M. Worship Services; _11:00 A. II. ___ a led 164,371. For The Finest In BeveragesBoiled
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. Sunday School 9:45 A.M. L The total count was somewhat )
The Rer. James D. Ellisor Rector Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M. I less than the previous year how- Shrimp Ham On Rye .

1:30 A.M. Holy communion. TABERNACLE BAPTIST '* ft ever a new system was initiated Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue
10:1)0: ) A.M. Choral Eucharist CHURCH ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN ( this! fiscal period, whereby only I .
U5: A.M. Church School Amelia Road Phone 261.3i87'Ref. CHURCH r;?xavi ', actual visitors were counted.
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young I A 1- -- -- -'. -
Loyd Chambers, Pastor Amelia City, Near Intersection GC -
ChurchmenThis I I Sunday School 10 a.m. AlA wAC"
( is the sched pfpf every Morning Worship 11 a.m. A. F. Gerbhardt Pastor art t i
Sunday with the exception of'the Evening Worship 7 p.m. tf:00 a.m. Morning Service j ?
last Sunday of the month) Wednesday Service 7 p.m. 9:00 a.m. Sunday School

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MEMORIAL METHODIST tLAii7SilQriz9'.Cir aESC, r ,a, ---
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fymptoms TensionSymptoms which of, are nerve common tension to 'may most victims be classified and those as which those 9:45 6:15 11:00: Nelson pjn.a.m.a.m.___P.MYF Moyer Morning Supper Sunday, Pastor Worship&School Pro- attractions and Janet Leigh playing,CANDIDATE"will Sunday be one and of, starring the Monday big double Frank at the Sinatra feature Ban I I"JIANCHURIAN I. ; llili.i.IIII'jlllllli.I.III .:illI;:!:ilI.:! 11:1'1:1: : .I.lil.II 1 1 :

nary in different persons. grams Theatre, and Saturday evening the Drive-N Theatre. !, .

Since nerves control muscle action, tense nerves mean that 7:30 p.m.. Evening. WorshipWWW .. .... ..............................................
there is a greater than normal tone or tension, in muscles. As .L : .;.:.::'::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.

i mult of tense nerves and muscles, headaches are common. BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH CATHOLIC Mrs. Sandra Wortman :;' "C1.; }...uu..u... ; ;.u"u.;;;;;;;;; ; .;.*..;.;.;.:..::.;:.;.;
Tension disturbs sleep; therefore, constant tiredness is 429 South 6th Street Attending Summer I Ii
usually present. Because tension prevents restful sleep, the tired Rer. John O'Neil Pastor Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor
{less is usually present upon awakening in the morning and Sunday Services: Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th Workshop At U of F 1
(.ends to subside temporarily as activity stirs circulation. 10:00 A.M. Sunday School Sunday ._. .- 7:30 a.m. i
Appetite varies although usually it is poor., Fluttering of 11:00: A.M. Morning Worshir Sunday Mass ....._...._. 1st, 3rd Mrs. Sandra J. Worfman, Fer ..
|he heart and "butterflies" in the stomach as well as otheriJtsti'D 6:30 p.m. ___ B.T.U. 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. nandina Beach High Schoolteacher
symptoms vary from person to person. There are Monday, Young People 7 p.m. is' among 31 schoolteachers
Varying sensations, such, as, "tingling", feeling of abnormal 7:00: P.M. Men's Prayer Service Daily 8 a.m. from Florida and Alabama
,warmth etc.. 7:30 p.m. ___ Evening Worship
Saturday Convent Chapel attending a "Personal and Family I 1U' i
The splendid response of nerve tension to chiropractic care Tuesday: 6:30 Communion in Convent Finance Education Work
certainly makes, it advisable_ ,to consult a. chiropractor when 7:00 p.m. b .. Visitation 6:30 P.M. Young People's 'shop" at the University of Florida ::
from tension.. /
Buffering nerve w w Meeting. this summer.Cosponsored __
MONTH by the University p
A.M. Communion and the Institute of Life I I 'jJ1Iilui
Insurance, the course seeks to !
10:00 A.M. Morning Prayerand Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. .i'Q
meet demands placed teachersas
Sermon R 11:15 A.M. Church School Phone 261.3807 the increasing importance of 4 :.
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young 10:00 a.m. ._ Sunday School economics is reflected in school I

Churchmen 11:00 a.m. Morning Service curriculum. I 9 NO MONEY DOWN Why suffer through another summer?
The workshop, which began on
WWW Y?E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. .r
CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30 pju. ._ Evening Service June 18, will run until July 27. II If you act now, you can enjoy the ..
South 14th Street Prayer meeting Wednesday 24 MONTHS TO PAY quiet, comfort cooling of a Carrier ...
Kenneth L. Jones, Minister 7:30 p.m. See what you. buy before : Room Air Conditioner. and it won't t'
Sunday: Bible Study ?_ 10:00: a.m. buy by shopping the advertising
you i
cost cent until next Spring! ::
Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m. PINE GROVE BAPTIST columns of your home 0 LARGE SELECTION you
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. CHURCH town newspaper. II There's a model to match any size :
Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 room, any budget from 5,600 ,
ii Rer. A. Z. Knight, Pastor I 0 PROMPT EXPERT : :
: : p.m. Sunday School __ 9:45 a.m. to 23,500 BTU. Realize big savings. ..
(Held at various members homes) !
Y R'm Wednesday Study.: Mid.Week... Bible 7:30 11:00 1omingV a.m. Morning_ 11 Service a.m I Tuesday, July 16 Stop in today! .rIf.....

DIL. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN .w p.m. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7
Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. W.M.B I is Election Day NO PAYMENTS 'TIL NEXT APRIL"We ;:
(Held at various members homes) I' '
Clinic 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young .
Kingsland Chiropractic WWW I I M>"
--* 7:45 _.._.._._._, Prayer Meeting I '
"Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic VOTE
of Jacksonville"Hours Rer. Ran Humphreys Pastor ok I 1. B. Reese Plumbing & Heating (
9:45 a.m. Sunday School FIVE POINTS BAPTIST Hilton L. Kitchens .
Mon., Wed., Fri. -- 91226 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship CHURCHJ.
7:00: B.T.U.
We Sell"
131 Kings St. Phone 729-5644 Service Everything
School I .
8:00 p.m. __ Evening Worship 9:45 a.m., Sunday GROUP 2
KINGSLAND, GEORGIA 7:30 pjn. Mid Week Services 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 1104 SO. 8th STREET PHONE 261-4892
Paul For tiv Hilton L. Kifchi\ Wednesday 6:30 pjn. Training Union -
I --
/:3p.m. Evening Worship
Vednesday prayer service, 7:3('

p.m. '
-- .. 's ,
; t.
'- ... Rev. E. A. Lewis Pastor
I 11:00 a.m, Worship Service
6:30: p.m. C. A. Youth Services I
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service !
-. Thursday mid week service -
7:30 p.m.

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: .,. Highway Patrol

e"l ..., Urges Bike RidersTo I Sizzling sales action on our new '63 Fords, Fairlanes and Falcons has been crowding

.... ':-.+... eYT f our used car lots with beautiful trade-ins many makes and models We've

.'Ie ,. :f!: Use Caution priced 'em all for fast action! Sale includes choice A-1 Used Cars. inspected,
.tF /
; TALLAHASSEE The sum-i reconditioned when necessary. \ road-tested for your extra protection. Come in

-. mer increase in bicycle riding for these and more like them. Hurry-act fast while the bargains last! !
today brought a reminder from I: *.
p 4 the Florida Highway Patrol thata i I
bike is vehicle just like the I .
car and its rider should observe
certain safety laws and rules. I 1959 Buick V8 Electra 225 .1958 Chevy Bel Air 4D Hardtop

"Remember the bicycle is a
vehicle and should follow vehicle; 4 Door Hardtop-Auto. Trans Radio, Heater, Auto. 'Trans.
laws" said the Patrol. "Bicycle P.S.. P.I3. Radio-Air Conditioning One Owner
R riders should use the proper
hand signals when turning they I Heater-One O'VNER-Low) Milage Was $895 NOW $795
should obey all traffic control I
F lights and signs, and they should i Was $1695-NOW $1595
ride on the right hand sida of
the road. 1959 Ford 4D Custom 300
y 1 e ttat Lllta The Patrol said that the lat I
F My 1959 Ford Galaxie 2D Sedan .
ter violation is one of the most 6 Cyl-Std. Trans.-One Owner

frequenly"it broken can get rules you and into reminded -!, Standard Trans-Y-8 Engine Was $895 NOW $795

N trouble and a wreck." Radio & Healer-WSW Tires I

w The Patrol said that for night One Owner f
riding bikes should be equipped 1940 Chevy Coupe
with a white light in the front, Was $1195 NOW $1 i095 \
visible for at least 300 feet anda Good For Beach Buggy Cocas
red reflector or a red light on is ONLYTRUCKS Y1 J
the rear, also visible for at least
1959 Ford Custom 300 2D
; .H Apart ? : 300 feet. f
". Motorists were cautioned to Y-8 Std. Trans.-Radio & Heater
'.-, be on the watch out for youthful -

: .. ..: Be f Together in Seconds the bicycle brakes riders while' and driving.give them!! Was $995 NOW $795

.... "With school out, bicycle riders 'i 59 Ford One Ton Pickup $995
may appear at unusual times

: I :r "'- with. Long Distance at from locations almost out where of nowhere you would and 1954 Cadillac Coupe DeYille 59 Ford '/2-Ton Pickup $895

: ::: .. ordinarily not expect to see One Owner-Air Cond.-Clean '60 Ford -Ton Pickup $795
--.... rlli,, ..L' :. them" said the Patrol
Was NOW $495
$595 -
:::: Isirtjj: i a nice feeling to know that wherever you are, home's; 59 Ford Panel $695

::--:;.;.. just a hello away? With Long Distance you're close around a

:...::":' theo. To check on things, exchange news, send love, just srrarEr ACTION IS THE BIG ATTRACTION AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S

chaSBeing 4ft.... awa/s better when you know the miles don't matter ,.0>>.

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