Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 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: UF00079912:00029
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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I :: In City Commission Races ::1

"Eenie meenie, meinie, mo" -
comes now the annual "pop. : _

ularity" poll among the com. I -, I
missioners as they reorganize', t 1218 Voters Cast
I Bible And
and name a one-year mayor. ; Reading
Comes also annual protest 1 ,, I
,. Prayer To RemainIn
< I Ballots In i
against this method of naming City
the first citizen of the city. I r: 4 '\:. II I County SchoolsNassau
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charge, as heretofore that it is, I General ElectionA
not in the best interest of harmony .,- County schools will
in city government as it "maintain their practices"
: -r i without change. The scheol
more often than not leaves a total of 1218 voters went to
split commission. I charge also kI day will continue to include a the polls Tuesday, the largest

that the term of one year is insufficient t tt portion of the Bible read with. number to vote in the annual
time for any one to : out comment and a recitationof general election since 1960 when

fully acquaint himself with an I the Lord's 1'rajer. the two incumbents were clectd
office of this dignity or to im. At the last meeting of the to three-year terms.E. .
Nassau Ccunty Board of Pub. J. Johnson Jr. incumbent
plement any long-range program. I ,
End of dissertation: til one 1 lie Instruction the recent U. S. in Group 3 won reelection witha
year hence. HONORED AT LAST WEEK'S MEETING of the Lions Club was.Miss Carol Schuett, Supreme Court decision on victory over Jlcrb White, hU

who recently was awarded the annual scholarship given by the club to a deserving, high t Bible reading and prayer was only opponent.

(Beware of anyone other than school senicr. Shown presenting a certificate to Miss Schuett, is John Tiliakos, left, discus (d. E. J. Smith, ;; incumbent in .
i The Board toted continueits
local'' t to Two 'was :
und contractors Group defeated
reputable ]I president of the club when the award was made. At right are Ben Clarke, new club long-standing policy on by
if you are planning home im. Hilton L. KitcKens.Johnson ,
provements. Don't be taken in f president, and John McClane, who present ed Miss Schuett to the club members. II IIf these matters. SuperintendentJohn t wu. accorded C50 !

by those who will pay off all : Weisner said his office 'u _, votes on the! machine and 19!)

your bills or loan you money as has received no communicationfrom I E. J. JOHNSON, JR. HILTON L. KITCHENS absentee votes for a total of C09.
a part of their contract to do Henry Wilson Hall Chamber President Flenniken Names State Superintendent of I - White received 489 machine
your home improvements. Quitea Education Thomas Bailey on votes and 7 absentees for a total .

number in this county have: Passes At 82 ''Invitational Golf Committee this most recent Supreme I Directive Is Issued of 49G.Kitchens. J'
been taken in by these con art- ; Tourney Court decision. By City Manager | wis the top vote .

isV and always to their great Nassau board members said :' getter with 6(16( votes via election t

sorrow; The smooth talking i! Funeral Today I Bob Young and Rudy York I Ian, Harry Poole, J. E. (Gene) they felt this was within the ; Regarding Proper Disposal Of GarbageI day voting and 18 absentee' ,
pseudo contractors often wind up I I were named by Chamber oi Weatherford, Bob Askins, John ) area of local responsibility and votes. Smith received 451 i votes
charging 5 to 10 times the normaj II I Commerce President Chuck Flen-j Gregory, Newt Roberts, G. that the "moral and spiritual on the machine and 6 absentee
1 Funeral for Henry Wilson )', H'j needs cf the times" indicated I City Manager David Gatelwl l, 361 providing for the garbage' l
I .
cost for the improvements niken to head the 1964 Invitational Waas, Jr., and Ray Caldwell. ( I votes. / '
and- often welsh on the money i'jHall82, was held this ,morningat Golf Tournament committee The committee is expected to I that no change should be made. acting on the passage of an or.. and trash collection tax to be White wallseeking election <

they' vill lend you after your J 10:30: at Oxley Mortuary as the Chamber directors meet in the near future and I II i dinance at a recent meeting of put ,on a permissive basis. for the first time. Kitchens ran
auth. j Chapel, with Rev. Nelson P. for the for i; the City Commission, has issueda "This office has adopted the! in 1962 the held
name -is signed to papers met Monday regular name a date next year's for seat now by
orizing' them to do the work. j I j Moyer, pastor of Memorial Methodist !i monthly session. 'ffi, I event. ;II } Becker Reviews ( directive on the proper dis- i' following plan of administering L L. Bohannon .and finished

Also, when having any work i Church, officiating. Named to the committee with I]I Flenniken also named committees I posal: of garbage. 1! this ordinance: If the attachedbill third in his first effort.

done on your property, be sure i Thos. J. Shave, Jr. was soloist Young and York were A. S. Al- to nominate a new slate of State Park's Value!! Gatchel's directive reads as is not paid by 5:00 P.M. on' Smith, who served an unex. I

all material has been paid for (Gravesde service at Bosque' officers for the next year and I' follows: I II July 26, 11)63) we will assume; pired term anda full term in

by those doing the work. You, I' Bello Cemetery was conductedby to arrange for the annual meet- '! I I "The City Commission at its that you are not desirous of the early 19OV and his current
a; the owner, are subject to a Amelia Lodge 47, F & AM. Community Pastors ing. I For RotariansI regular meeting held on June.>availing yourself of the City's! term, has been mayor twice for

lien on i your home if the material I Mr. Hall passed away in a : Conduct Services On the nominating committee |: 26, llG3) passed Ordinance No. garbage and 'trash collection service 1-year terms.
for. !| local hospital Tuesday morning. '. ------ --- |I ; therefore, it will be dis.
used has been
not paid are Reed Lewellen, Bryan Raus.!jI BY PAUL WARWICK 'I i The official totals were made
In short, deal with reputable !> He was born in Madison, son At Ft. Clinch Park 1' continued at this address effccI -
chert, Eldridge Partin and Dan Past progress and futuie plans 'I' : available yesterday following
contractors and if you need of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Halt !; Each Sunday mornipg_l't".at 8 a.m. !I Daugherty. i 1 for Fort Clinch State Park, with' WAC Turns Actress I tive July 2\\). 1963. 1! the meeting of the City Conj-

money, borrow it from' estab. and moved to Fernandina Beach :':I[through the summer'jncnths, the j!I Hugh Stone, Jr., is chairman j i! stress on the historic area's varied -. 1: "Dumping of your own garb- mission as a canvassing board.
lished agencies. at the age of 8. lIe lived here 1! value Fernandina Beacli ,I'.. age and trash will be permittedonly
I ministers of the various} congregations -,iof the annual meeting and on'i to :, Johnson and Kitchens will be
until 190U when he went to the in Feinandma, Beach are i his committee ale H. W. Fishier, I Il featured a talk to the Rotary at the city dump which' is sworn into office at the annual

How often is your name in i Canal ZoneVi bgtiders h Muraflores offering special services for the I i l Dr. Cecil Brewton and Ray CaldwelL Club yesterday by Gil Becker, located at the South end o' Cit. reorganization meeting In Augs .
'the Jocal new*?' kPo4ihly .' not Constructijn CO.,., of the ,'tourists(and cwnper tstaytrrg-aU' r f t superintendent of .the develop- rona Drive. No dumping will ust. At that time a new mayor
veiy often if you are content to Panama Canal He 'livecT"tnere Park I'r raent. i ii permitted along this"road or in named and f
(iI |, Ft. Clinch State | Flenniken sid thai he would j : will, be appointment
lie later lived in Chi- I : '
until 1915. other location within the
let else' about Becker Rotarian himself any;;
someone 'worry '' ,
i will be made of city
the manager
,,, Each carper checking into a Fiesta committee; by !
I and California where he
civic affair or the progress and ago, told the membership that there. City Limits : and (The city attorney
attorney. -
!I It : city
is i brochure
camp given a, special, i; next regular meeting. was II |
prosperity of, your community..1 was engaged in the restaurant '! were 164,371 visitors to the park "Please dump garbage and 1 doubles as municipal
churches the the :
(i telling about the of | suggested that golf tourney ;
Many people only make the news 'business tor several years. At ,': community and inviting them to }I and fiesta be held on separate j j during the fiscal year that ended trash in the areas indicated by .: judge). Ii
when they are born, when they one time he was in the) shrimp, June 30. He emphasized the signs or the attendant who will I 1
this special service on Sunday weeks next year so that mors!
graduate from high school or canning business here with his: be point that these were bona fide ii: be on duty." '
could j
given I
morning. concerted efforts ,
college, when they marry and brother, the late J. B. Gordon!I'! the two events. ( entrants to the area, come to The garbage issue has been I!Thos. J. Shave Jr.
An is received at this
Hall and branch ,
World a I :
when they pass away. see its attractions and not the subject of considerable dis.
Lasserre Motor Co. in Callahan. service that will go into a special Named to a committee to explore -I '
be. I I
national and local affairs include casual commercial and
cussion and
fund to continue this work the feasibility of entering controversy Is Guest
; I Speaker
come an increasing cause for lIe was a member of Amelia i: service personnel 1 such as had the City Commission adopted a
concern,. and it is time that more Lodge 47, F & AM. I II perhaps to help with the construction a contestant in the Queen of the I been counted in past calculations:: : service charge of $1.75 per
of a more permanent Florida Crown beauty pageantat
and more do stand up and be He is survived by his widow, on attendance. Some 115,000 of' month for residential collection' At Lions Meeting
in the Beach 31 :
| chapel park. Jax August were
counted Don't always be contentto Mrs. Anna Weimer Hall; two', on I' the total, he sad, were day visitors and varying amounts for businesses -
I This is a pilot project in Flor. J. E. (Gene) Weatherford, J. D. ,: :
let George do it. He not | .
may sisters Mrs. Julia H. Ybanez of : .
I Ii ''ida I and watched closely: by the Daugherty and Ray Caldwell.I in'the i i! Thos. J. Shave, Jr., local attorney -
do it In best interest. The and i There 38,900 '
your Tampa Mrs. Alice B. Eng. were campers
!i state officials to see if this type I I Charles Cooper attended the After being confronted with 1 was guest speaker as
columns are to any Calif. and Fort Clinch area during the
news open lUh of Beaumont, ; a I
of service can be offered at more I Chamber % ; much opposition and many re.*I the Lions Club met for its
meeting as a new mem- regular -
and all who contribute in anyway number of nieces and nephews .' same period, said Becker, at
'of .the many parks throughout that the 1 quests for exemption, the Commission Tuesday night session at
to ,a better place in whichto including Cecil R. Hall, Thomas the state. ber. He suggested I least 75 per cent of whom were voted to make the Seaside Inn. .
live. G. Hall, Charles A. Hall, John i I Chamber explore the possibility ,,from out of state with practically 1; '(;
D. Hall and Richard H. Hall, all i of attracting more of the retired I I every state in the union PFC Dorothy McSwain, daugh. ,charge permissive, as stated in'1 J II I Shave, who was presented to
the above directive.
'class residents here. I "We had them j ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mcj the club members by Kay Caldwell .
In speaking of who makes the of Fernandina Beach. Lutheran Church even I I
have : noticed that the I Directors in attendance were from Hyannis Port," he said. j! Swain of Rt. 1, was a member: >II: harkened back to the early
newa you Active pallbearers were JamesD. Poole, Weatherford, Fishier, Par. A of the Becker !jof the cast of the new Women'sj [! days of the Lions Club here and
big daily the national census campers, Ferreira Presents ;
ana papers other widely ciriculftuxl Bowers, James T. Midkiff, Reports ProgressOf tin, Waas, David Gatchel, Raus. said, indicated that each'j' Army Corps film, "Serving With I I; cited the long- cord of service
marlines James Michael D. K. Newiome
j "
chert, Askins, Daugherty, Caldwell the fort Pride and Dignity. to the community.
_publications always :stem John R. Hutchins, Franz Mitchell I family camping at spent
) to focus on the selfish, the lazy, !! D. E. Nelson andV.. H. Parish Here and Executive Secretary at least $20 a day in the Fer I Miss McSwain was greeted by Musical Program The speaker, who is assi.sft
Ruth Brown. nandina Beach its Army Under-Secretary Stephen : for this district
the cra'fty and the confused Russell. ; I I area during state attorney ,
J I. rather than on tl'e industrious,' I I stay expenditures ranging I at the opening of the new I At Kiwanis MeetBY spoke on recent Supreme Court
tho able, the honest and the Honorary pallbearers were The Prince of Peace Lutheran from fishing tackle and food to I Pentagon exhibit on the 21-year decisions and singled out the Gideon -
morally strong. Wny not, you John T. Ferreira, H. V. Burgess, i Church revealed in their parish I Commission bait and haircuts. A conserva- I old Women's Army Corps. i case, whkh he said more ori
E. Ward Frank G. Ward
may' ask, when the government W. newsletter this week that after tive estimate, he said, is that TOMMY HALL i\ less jolted the legal profession:

alsosceuis!: to cater to those in Dr.Bill Suhrer, Donald Edmundston Gordon A., I: their first month of regular wor- J Special MeetingOn campers at the fort alone put i'I Ferreira Is Named Kiwanians were entertained ; He noted that a constitutional
the named categories. Most of Joseph Bailey, ship services an average of 711' some $150,000 into circulation in I Monday night with a musical ; provision sail that all criminals
the discrimination today is Mackay, Jack Crooks, Sam Suh persons were in attendance each ) this area during the last fiscal To Federal Reserve program presented by Kiwanian : or those so called could be re-

against the latter group. And rer and W. N. Galphin.! Sunday. Services are held at the ) BoulougneThe I Bank CommitteeJack I Louis Ferreira. I presented by counsel and that

( such discrimination breeds a Recreation Center on Atlantic I! year.Hugh Stone, Jr., new head of I I Tom Digby, program chairman, said counsel could be provided,

.I loss: of initiative. ; W. H. Russells Avenue at 11:00 each Sunday1 j, County Commissioners the Rotary Club, presented a I Tarver, chairman of the introduced Ferreira who presented -r if necessary, from state funds.

t .. Leave Today For morning. The public is invited to i met Friday night in special session -: diamond-set Rotary button toj i I Federal Reserve Bank of At. a violin piano combo in He said that the new ruling

I: found one group definitely: attend. I to discuss the dispositionof : Frank Hawks, retiring presi'l lanta, has named Louis Ferreira, ''which he was accompanied by | is that in all criminal caei'aI

I g interested: in increased port acc -i Insurance Meet Sunday School will meet for I varied matters concerning the (Continued on Page ) president of the Florida Nation. ''his mother, Mrs. Ruby King. In I person is entitled to repreeenta-

tivity, as I suggested last week. the first time this Sunday morn 1 City of Boulougne, recently I I al Bank of Fernandina Beach, toa 1: addition to his many musical accomplishments i,;I tion, but if not represented the
The local longshoremen, who Und W. H. -Bill" Russell and wife, ing at 9:-15, with classes avail-1 abolished by the 13 state leg. committee. Ferreira has |i trial is not counted.
it all too long between ships: in'>.Clyde, will leave Jacksonville by I able for all age groups. In addition -! islature. 1. Wanted Man Gives! I Ferreira was chosen as one of I found time to write a number !i The Public Defender law,

i ,the ,harbor, would also like add. j IPi plane! for New Orleans and Biloxi -! to the classes, an adult instruction | Clerk of the Circuit Court D.1!I I! the representatives from the 90 'of songs and after rendering ,: said Shave, is an offshoot of

,ed 'facili cs for shipping intercats. Mississippi l today to attenda class will meet at the' 0. Oxley gave the Commission ,,, Brother After banks in the group to serve on a'' several numbers on the violin he !:I this ruling and that some have

This would mean bigger : week's convention of the top same time. Pastor Himmelman : a report on the assets of the ', Away nominating committtee to choose i, played his latest composition, {' said it is possibly a subsidizing
paychecks and more money to agents for the Southern Life and'health will direct the teaching of this: former municipality and also a candidate for a director of the "Pale Moon" on the piano. !i iJ : of crime.
I (| Insurance' Co. which will study the history i, Arrest Atlana Bank.Caution i I Shave said also that the ruling
t T' be spent here at home. : group the indebtedness. He reported I I Deputies I j J Also appearing on the program i
& This convention trip is based, practices and beliefs of the that collections of outstandingbills i I I with Ferreira and Mrs. U retroactive and applies to

I like the definition of a fan- on production and all around results Lutheran Church. j'' and the transfer of some Two brothers, Grady and Earl I Is Urged King, was Andre Ferreira, nephew '' all cases and that many now in
for 19C2 and for six monthsof I The congregation will gather I j)I prison are filing motions to set
atic as one who docs what he 'I $200 from the bank at Folkston, White, taken into custody of Louis, who is a juniorat
this year. I I'i (Continued on Page Four) I During Dredging At aside old sentences and be re.
thinks the Lord would do if only Ga. brought the total in the account this week after Sheriff H. J. [ Andrew Jackson High School

He knew the facts trof the case. i to $1,316.In Youngblood's office was notified i i'! St. Marys' HarborThe j in Jacksonville and at age 16 is tried. He noted, however, that
this issue of the News- : Camden I : an accomplished pianist.: Attending this only entitles them to new
County, Georgia
r What has happened to the "Most Televised Girl" Visits Here I Leader the Commission is adver- by thorities that they had warrants au I U. S. Corps of Engineers : the meeting as a guest was court action, not necessarily lib

family household of the old days I I tising for bids on certain real I for the pair on charges of announced that dredging commenced Louis' brother Vinnie, father of I erty.
4 whra-things were busy and happier Bernadette Castro, the "Most estate and an automobile on breaking and entering. this week in the entrance Andre. (Continued On Page Two) -

when the big kids took Televised Girl In America," having I which money is still owed. Deputies Johnny Bodine and I to the St. Mary's harbor.1! Louis has served faithfully as I

'care of the little ones and noj i made 35,000 appearances, Oxley has been instructed to Emory Walker began a search The f4Geri:" hopper dredge is the club pianist during his many I Fires Take Heavy

one'had' ever heard of a hired visited in Fernandina Beach recently audit all Boulougne indebtedness i Tuesday night of aU the placesin I doing the work and all vesselsare years as a member of Kiwanis. !

baby sitter when motherwas with her charming mother (Continued on Page Five) this area that the pair might j ji urged to exercise caution (Continued On Page Two)

kept busy in her kitchen Mrs. Teresa Castro, and i be found, but it was not until when passing near this dredge. 1' i I Toll Here In JuneFires

'kingdom, cooking, ironing, tie\\ party aboard the "Southern Fishing Club To Wednesday morning that Grady I j I The operation is expected to 1:: MYF To Serve !

ing, or peeling and canning veg- Trail" bound for New York. ,. White was picked up in Yulee. take about 16 days.WE in the city during the
'ctabltf Out of the garden, or ;> The charm and graciousnessof Search For Wrecks From his information, Ear I I Spaghetti Supper month of Jane took a considerable -

wringing, off a chicken's head this 18-year-old Castro Con. .tLP Offshore SaturdayMembers White was taken into custodyat : At Church toll, with loss estimated
and picking it when the de. I
vertible trademark girl came as Marietta a northwest suburb GOOjEDIn 1 131,300 to property valued at
} pression hit and the old man no surprise to those who met her : of the Fernandina I of Jacksonville, and also from Junior High MYF of Memorial $32,800, according to a report

bad to work 12 hours and often ;i after the pleasure of meetingand Beach Offshore Fishing Club wilt his informaion that EarlVaj last week's issue of the Methodist Church is sponsoring I from Fire Chief Hoyt Lot tou.
for only $3 a day but the family | knowing her mother in Jan : form a flotilla Saturday morning I driving a car stolen from an automobile News-Leader a reporter inadver- a spaghetti cupper tonight f Loss to property outside the city

still managed to eat and pay II ) uary and enjoying her hospitality departing from City Docks agency in Waycross, tently listed L. L. Bohannon as beginning at G o'clock in limits was estimated at $8,000.
their bills when divorce i i when she and the "Southern for offshore I the City Commissioner who .
I at 7 a.m., to drag t seconded I the' church basement. ; One gas service truck was destroyed.
court had no businesses and Trail" participated in the grand wrecks to be secured for fishing Ga.Bodine accompanied the Georgia the motion to reinstall the'j, There will be entertainment I .

folks wertn't suing each other i, opening ceremonies for the Waterway reefs. I authorities to Marietta for!city parking meters. II,!' during the evening. Plan now to I The department received a to*

I for a fast buck when a ner- :' Welcome Station. I AU members, boaters, fishermen the arrest. j Actually the motion was made :join in the fellowship and good| tal of ten calls during the month,
TOUS was' only in- | For the past thirteen-and-a- I and interested parties are Grady was returned to the ; by Ben Sorensen and seconded eating. j with two of the fires out on ar-

dulged in by the very rich and. half years, Bernadette has been urged to participate. Any wrecks Camden County Sheriffs dike, :by John Tiliakos. The News- '!i The proceeds will be wed for ]rival Fourteen firemen werejhe

tranquilizers were as yet unknown. synonymous with Castro Con. found will be buoyed to be madean while Earl is in Duval County Leader regrets this as it is the the Planning Retreat Tickets!i' largest number in attendance at

:, Automation and inflation I vertibles. She is the little girl I artificial reef which it the jail awaiting return to Cam4en9mflhoite I policy to keep vyj and all inac ;> are adults IU5 and children 1 any one fire. The average itvt .
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'Page. Two 1ews-Leader, Fern ndiM Beach, Florida Thursday" July lij, 1968 I "Jt- -. --- .- : Young .'Hiliitmi i:}Miss hart ThomoS'" I'hmM.t.Girl Scout Camp Camp

511 ASH STREET PHONES 3G86 2687 i i "
'M: 'A John H. Perry Newspaper I: TheNotionCounter to i 'ePaced A'Public Service Sy I' Thomas, daughter of I sion.Two girls from Chile are the t

lU.tr Ray Oldtfell,.Editor and MRUK : (1I THE .FLORIDA ..BAR In Auto :Accident Mr. and Mrs. David S. Thomasof highlight of this camping session I
201 Lighthouse Circle, was in which scouts are learning {

BY PAUL WARWICKLast I prominently featured in last about the customs of people ,
q ;
t NATIONAL EDITOII, '4 ) The Statewide Organization of Lawyers & Judges Gene Ernest Stokes, 26yearold .
LIT Sunday's issue of a Jacksonville in foreign countries, in addition ;

f UscSTf34' week, this column disclosed ti,& P Sponsored by Nassau County Bar Association worker Jacksonville, was:: killed early construction Satur paper when she was pictured on to their special interest 'project, |(
I the front of the Women'sSection. .
+ I page exploring i i
i\O its growing enthusiasmover PREVENTIVE LEGAL AD Commissioner will set the fee toj j day morning on the Old Kings .

ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I the Fernandina Beach public : VICE. An hour of prevention i L; je paid the injured person's at- Ferry Rd, approximately 2 j Sherry was shown with an- :M iMaridel 1 I
and its i
library fervent East of Boulougne.
almost worth days. .weeks ol .' by the insurer. MARINA tOG
(Published, every Thursday and entered at the Post Office hope that ,more and more residents ;; or dead on i other Girl Scout constructing ai .,
Stokes pronounced
1 Ternandina Beach. Florida as second class mail matter. and visitors to this litigation. For example, very few DIVORCE. Unfortunately, di-I i i l t : ,
\ community arrival at Folkston, Ga. hospital I! .
'! people know the rules that must vorces have become almost as a I. I I
."v" will begin to enjoy its' be complied with in drawing a frequent as marriages. Lawyers : was reported driving at : LETTERS TO 4' {

Cowboys and Engines I Irwin advantages.The I' will. If you attempt to draw jour and their clients an approximate speed of 100 ; !
Ly Caplan may agree upon i I
library is
there to speak own will and do it imperfectly, fee miles per hour on the dirt road THE EDITOR :
any arrangement. '
for itself, on .10th St., just offAtlantic your,>> widow and children or other many women who sue for divorce : when the car spun out of control I 1,1

1 Avs. in the Masonic i heirs may spend thousands of dollars j because of the 'wrongful conduct and 'overturned three times. July 15, 1963 ,
Temple. It Is ably directed by : trying to correct what you of their husbands Following the impact, his body Mr. Ray Caldwell }
have no money f !
Mrs. EMh Flood, librarian. Toa could have had was thrown approximately '57 Fernandina 'Beach 'News-Leader '
IV 0a prepared properlyby to pay their attorney. In such I .
city so increasingly conscious'of accordingto .. -- '
an attorney for a small fraction cases, the husband may be required feet from the vehicle, 511 Ash StreetFernandina .
its historical background, how i( State R. W. Dough- Beach Florida .
of that sum. .If yau buy .a.. to the wife's attorney Trooper ,
even it seems that the library's printed form lease or form con The judge pay or one of his assistants ,i i; erty, investigating officer.A : Dear Mr. Caldwell: I I II

1 I QVn history should be of more tract for 10 cents and litigation (called masters) will determine passenger, Orval Winston : We would like to protest Los Angeles.. .California '

than passing interest.' For most develops because that form was {the amount to be paid and perhaps I Lloyd, Hilliard, was treated for strongly against the charge of ; P. L. Mullenbach, 50 feet
df the Details is indebted
: this writer not prepared exactly for your-sit- order it paid in specified installments. cuts and bruises at the hospitaland twenty-five cents per half hour |' Morning Star, 'Minneapolis' ,
to Sheffield
;I Gerry uation, the cost of settling or litigating Where the husbandhas released. i for the tennis court lights. We Minnesota, W. R. Sprague, 46
this who has done '
I newspaper, the dispute be extremely I think this is too To 'feet. '.
may expensive. ,
considerable research and writ- a high earning capacity, or i, The victim had been employed
ing this ; high. where there is any property in-! with a Jacksonville constructionfirm' ; play tennis 'at night would cost i I Mamossi, Greenwich, Connecticut i j I
on very topic. is familiar with made his I $1.50 for three hours. People Morford, Downes, 32 feet. t
-Mrs. Flood, who should know Every lawyer volved, or if, for any reason, it : for ten years. He I' I '
,. if does, tells the Fer the situation where someone has I appears that an unusual amount : home in Hilliard with his wife playing three nights a week I I Demon, Ocean City, !Maryland, t
anyone me
I nandina Public Library 'Associa- tried to I do his own legal work. of legal work or responsibility is and two children I would have to pay $4.50. For i Millard Similar, 34 feet j jI

tion is this city's oldest civic or- When .that 'person finally brings involved, higher fees are usually His 19G3 Ford sedan, valuedat I most teenagers this is exorbitant Budders Goose, Charlotte,

1 ganization. It held its first meet- it in to a lawyer the damage maybe I awarded. In such cases, the hus- $3,000; was a total loss : North Carolina, Paul Hallen- .

: ing on February 6, 1891, at the irreparable. At best, the cost band and his attorney must, of{j Dougherty reported. He was assisted I II'I''. With the present emphasis: on I staus, 20 feet. I

j II II I invitation of Samuel A. Swatin, of straightening out the situation I course, agree between themselves :! in the investigation by .I physical fitness, these lights Mari Anne, St. Simon, Georgia -
I a leading citizen of that era. will be many times higher the as to the fee 'i Cpt V. C, Amason and Trooper should be free to encourage more 1 \Y. Leslie l 21 feet. I i'

Jt Fernandina's first library, soon ,, charge the lawyer would have LAWYER REFERENCE SER- J. R. Gamble, FHP. : tetnagrs to enjoy tennis and to I, Caribee, Jacksonville, Florida. I
I : i.after that historic asked to do the work in the first I be physically fit.Sincerely. Sea Hawk, Rye, New,York, 0. I III u
meeting, was VICE. Many associations lawyers -
.. .located in what is now the Waas place. People are sometimes (called "Bar Associations". ) I| In one year the words the average I yours, II B. Chisolm, '3G feet. ... 1'

i building, owned at that time by tempted to forego the advice of a',' maintain lists of their members adult reads in his newspaper i I Mary Pbinneyj Rip Tide II, Jacksonville,

; I i I Mr. Swann. First officers of the lawyer 'in 'drawing a will or in i who,. as a public service, are will would fill more than 90 full. 'j I Fred Michael I Florida: J. H. Fermier Jr., 37
Henry Dot- handling a real estate transac- length books. Charles Burns feet E Ei
"i, I association were E. ing to consult and advise clientsat I
tion. In either case, the harm -
;terer, 'president 'Charles V. Hil- rJ
; & special rate (for the first
ryer, secretary, end ft. Clifton I may be Impossible to remedy. conference only) which is set by t

Cooley, treasurer. alias Eliza j I LETS BE SPECIFIC. Acci- :, the Bar Association. Anyone who I

Thomas was the, first librarian, dents. In accidents atorneys who II inquires will be advised of the i

; succeeded later by Miss Frances !1 represent the injured person us- amount of the fee for the first.,

'. .Sr Carrio, who served long and well ually agree to what is called a : conference and will be given the

w before Mrs. .Flood assumed her contingent fee. This means that I names of s me'attorneys to choose

I II duties. whether the lawyer gets paid for from. If additional l legal service I

-I After several t moves, for var- '''his services, or not, and how is needed, the fee is subject to !. :
5 Jmtltn r ious reasons, the library came to much, depends upon the amount agreement between the attorneyand I f '

I its restful roost in the Masonic collected. Usually, the percent- client and again should be I J it t

242,500,pedestrians. were killed or injured in 1961 Temple about ,}7, years ago. The : ages which the attorney'js| paid discussed in advance.CONCLUSION. I
1 i \ city, in a recent vote, approp- 'range' between 25r and'50. depending -
: :
I I people
J / Many -
riated a'month the li factofs, 1iu.ch I '
$100 upon many
who need legal help are reluctantto Get Our 'Brake Cheek Let Us Check Your Wheel l : :
Precision Up
Charter No. 558{ Reserve District No.- brary's upkeep but the membership as the possibility that the quit I Our Tune-Up i
fee, a bargain 25 cents a migh be lost altogether or will.involve see an attorney because they Will firing, Peak PerformNow! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance I "

REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE I month, is still the same as it a lengthy trial with only) a ; have heard that legal services are f 'ance' Mack} To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt Ac- 'You'll Drive More .Safely! .

\iashen the library began. : small, if any, judgment.. likely. expensive. Actually fees are smallin I tor. tion of Your Brakes. I
with the benefits
..FIL RIDA NATIONAL BANK / Many leading residents 'of the These fees are not set by, the comparison --- ---- 1
I gained losses avoided
{ or by see-

: "AT FERNANDINA BEACH ...fIN area have in the taken library a continuing, giving time interest ,I court(such as except where in special minor brings cases specific ing an fee attorney.can be Sometimes fixed in advance no COMPLETE ONE- STOP ,SERVICE FOR. ALl .MAKE CARS ;

always -
and thought to its development, suit) and should, therefore, I
THE STATE OF FLORIDAAT but the personnel of 'the associa- I be discussed and, agreed up- because, various cases have -:- I
different facts, require different
tion which directs its destinieshas on between the client and the at- ''I
: THE,CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 29, 1963 in advance. amounts 'of time and skills, involve -
remained mainly constant torney ,
different. amounts of pro- : STANDARD Harre'II'sAuto'ServicO ,
Published in response to call made by the Comptroller of-the 'changes coming mainly only. PROBATING YOUR ESTATE. perty or moneyy, etc. In any event, i
when member passed death if realor r rI' '
a away. Upon your you own 1
Currency under Section 5211 U.S. Revised Statutes your attorney will be pleased to ,
,. I 'Current members of the asso- personal property, it may be answer your questions on fees at I t "YOUR RAMBLER DEALER"8TH '

ASSETS ciation's board are: ( that jour estate will have to the I any time and ).ou'do not have to f} M '

I :Robert Ferreira, president; "probated". Your attorney'can proceed unless you think it is ad I PHONE 261-4117 AND JASMINE STREETS 7" n1 t

.. __Csh, balances with other banks, and cash 'Mrs.. :Belle Dyess, secretary; ] advise you whether your estate is visable. -

items in process of collection $ 846,168.1 'Ferreira, treasurer, and executive exempt from administration or ---'T- -._. I _____- -- "'- T.' ----' --- -- --- ...
t : 'members Exteen Corbett, probate. A reasonable fee for r 1

United States Government obligations, direct 1! R. M. 'White, -Mrs. J. C. Flood your attorney will usually be fixed -

1 and guaranteed (Net of any.reserves) ,' ,' 1,775,830.44 I Miss Virginia Carrio, Mrs. E. E. I by the Court.ACCIDENTS 'why not,take wooden nijK} kf. We mean the kind nickels that :come. from trees: ;the raising of :

Obligations* of States and political subdivisions -' I I ford.Lasserre, and Mrs. Robert Rex. Persons injured while ON working THE JOB.are :: 'them. ;the milling and the.,,sh.ppi! in9. Forest farming is ;good business for everybody. And it is the
; '(Net of reserves) 1,171,283.86
'any I Operating as veIl :as it does, I almost always: covered by industrial best .way.to keep this greaMational. 'resource replenishedAlthough! We', maintain' 'our own timber-.
Corporate stotftjft (including $24OOOOOstock accident insurance if it Lei -
: ;
f i '
enjoy-ment ands( we buy 80% of (the .wppd used our mills from "f landowners and farmers "' :
of 'Fe t \ILjt gel'\'e Bank) (Net 0 f any f i comes necessary to retain an attorney in independent .AC

reser\,: 24,000.00Loans I[der budget, is still a problem would'for I: settled to' have the the matter Florida adjusted Indus.- f<:money-crop m already be tanding on your J land. Why don'tyou t collect some, of these. :wooden :
but by
the or
i library you ""
'sand, .coimts) (including $96.99 overdrafts :i t never know ittfrom' itsweIl- ': trial Commission, the DeputyBourd l >' i Vis. too? CONTAINEftnCORPORATlON :OF AMERICA .(| Fernandina-Beach,1; .t Florid '
) (Net of ) 3,001,679.56 --- ------- ti
any reserves stocked shelved and, its congenial K

Bank premises owned $254, 88.50, furniture I i atmosphere ;donors of books, ::l*4.s t :7 :
*", ( Of course, are :Cordially welcomed !' (Of ..Health : : .t3 :
and fixtures i $Gl,439.16 316,427.66 : : : ( :
> but no more so than the : ; b' : >. .
'' : : : ;
,7 : <
< '
; # ',
Real 1.00 readers of 6atii.t! t
estate than bank premises ;
( qijwetfMher \ .. < .
jJf .r .z. ..
.' # .
-v lattoWre i:Says Poisonings : : .k" -'- .' -. 'I'' i. :: 'r''t: $1.. t ",
'still -
Other assets1 45,164.69 These the primary : t. t :'/
interest- f..the Fernandina .. : : : : t t. ; : .
P a : _. .
Beach and IOn The Increasei a W
public may
TOTAL 'ASSETS) 7,180,555.38: their tribe increase library :' .. -,' :.. '
I" '. .t.lt. """ i CY ;.: ,
: Reports of I ,.: ,
j ''I'"
UA1JIUTIES ''Thus. ShWe 'Jr. I poisonings:: are increasing in r. .I t :

4 / : Florida. For the first six months .. ,
,, .
/ ? '
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, ;i (Continued f ronyPsge One) I of this year there Were 1995. 'In ]:1 i .- ,.;,.t.' 1

: and 3,215,446.54 i He cited thecae' of a man 'all of last year there were 3880. wr '. ..,1.a .
corJttipns 1 who had served 10 years of a 12- For 1961 the number was 3,193. '

: Time a n !, deposits individuals, ; year sentence and was now ask- !i Dr. 'George 'A. 'McCoy, 'director % % ; ; ..
t. .f "
I .
: partnerships, and corporations 1,32Q,256.52 ing for a new trial with less: df.the 'State Board of Health's j,I ,..0? ...... -.. !\ 4 t ,< i1 '' .
I "* -* .........:.:. .ii"'f. ,
than Shave
,. f States Government including 2 years left to serve. Accident 'Pref htioh'=" Pros am, --.. } 1 .i '. '
,Deposits 0 Jqited ( Y ... > .jo
I pointed out that if he were retried said reports from Florida's' 2d :\r\ wIsi :
postal savings) 256,426.56 and again found guilty he poison control centers and reporting -i # ( .

t' : 'Deposits of ,Spates( and political subdivisions 1,061,272.93 could again be given a maximum .hospitals showed that of i c ,, 1r

sentence. the 1,995 total so far this .year,

5 : ,Certified and officers' checks, etc. 91,250.94 The speaker said that the 1,221 invoked children under 5; I / j ,,, ( fl' : ,(!, '

: TOTAL .DEPOSITS; $5,941,653.49 Public Defender can only be .73 cases' involved children 5 1 rsx'
9 '147 concerned 'children 'o I Ic
brought in on indigent cases as through ; I
; (a) Total demand deposits 4,474,396.97
u It
i those with means must furnish 10 through 19; and 55.1were tA

H : .(b) Total time and savings their own counsel. He concluded ; adults. = "

deposits '1,470,256.52; : that, as in the case of most in- ; "Among children under 10

i novations, the Public Defender :who accounted for nearly 1,200 r Y
Other liabilities 203591.23 I' ,
: will probably be accepted more ;i lof the cases, aspirin was the !I --
I i: .
1 i, readily by the legal profession most frequently ingested household '

:. TOTAL VIABILITIES 6148244.72 in time to come.A [ product," he said. 'Cleaning: ;I

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS- I number of questions from and 'pOlishing agents, toaecti- 'i"J
; rides and followed in..
the Lions on legal matters at- kerosene
: Capital Stock: '' I tested the interest manifested that order. This ,generally hAs '
in Shave's address. been the pattern in the past, in- R 'Z '/

tl (a) Common stock, total.par .300,000.00 Jim '3Ia>er was guest of his :d-cating: that parents are ,tonI -

s : Surplus '500,000.00 I father, Frank Mayer i tinuing to be most careless in _" .' b Y a. 4 11R
'respect to what should be their fi )
President Ben Clarke announced : : a %
: Undivided profits 157,873.59 that, the July 30 meeting |I most precious possessions J t } _

I : ,neser\"es .(and retirement .account. -for preferred will be a trip to the Jack- "Only 25 of this year's cases' I ; %tI .1
I : stock) 74437.07 sonville baseball park to see an t involved children under one year ; \ ii

'International League game. | of age. Children in this age :
I II i acket : ', 1 k, ;
are normally physically
; TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1032310.66 1 I- "
'I { incapable of getting into 'many I
; f eneira Presents I toxic substances. 'At the ig of I c S

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: ACCOUNTS 7180555.38 ( tasting everything they can get 1
,violin .numbers renderedwere .
The .
-t. -'
into their mouths. By the zys of
: MEMORANDUM ''Roses of Picardy" "Estro- three, they are learning ;Uw*? I ,, .I
tita" and "Autumn Leaves"
Assets pledged or assigned to secure ,liabilities H. V. Burgess presented 'as ''his who survive that there!are b : II
some things not meant tt i i
I : .and for other purposes 2,310,000.00 guest, Skip Skipper Iris son-in- eaten. j 5 ,
law of Gainesville. Reed Lewel- J ,

: I, James N. Melton, Cashier, of the above-named bank len presented as his,guest ar.d a :' "If parents would keep out pir. ',' {s '! ,.
in and other medicines of
do hereby} declare that this report of condition is true:and L.visiting R. Lewellen Kiuranian of, Deland..his father Miles I reach of children; if cleaner's, j' ; ,.

; correct to the beat of my knowledge and belief. Dixon presented as his guest JackT. bleaches and polishing agent i iI tj" '
I are kept in original conUio R

(s) James N. :Melton : .Herb Mann. White reminded the I and stored in a safe place, boost i/!

; : We, the undersigned i directors attest the correctness ,of membership of the Ladies Night i of vented.these accidents could be .J>re.I :; :i Y ; :tl

which is scheduled for Mondaynight :
. : this report of condition and declare that it has been examined i
"So far this thfldren I
July 22, at Ten 'Acres. I, year, : '
i : '
: by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief Bryan Eauschert ,presided and I hue been so acutely poisoned {, ,,n-t; .

Is true and correct. called a board meeting immedIately t they had to be hospitalized.? ;: ",: .. .-1."; I
I ; _
following the dinner meeting <
. (Rudolph) .Hardee II The mewsprrat used by V. S. is r :t SP rJFr '. .. >; -\

. 'Nelsra Moyer, the 'Baby iXi I newspapers in a single,'day vweoM "r-r. ," .. :.,' '
((8) R. E. Phinney Directorss wanian, led the club singing and reach to the moon 233,800 t Cy 9.,lti'h'; : ... !" ',.
( ) John T. Ferreira gave the invocation. "I miles aware

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Miss Carol Carmichael Bride Of St. Micna} l's Guild Miss Katherine Thompson To Be Bride r News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday July 18, 1963 Page Three. j I
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Honors Miss Stevens Of Mr. Homer Lee Knearl On August 17 'Mamie Mills Circle \

Hugh Candler Hunt, Jr. On June 29 With Bridal ShowerMiss Miss Katherine Louise Thompson Logistics Management Institutein Meets In July With

Elda Stevens, bride elect daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Washington D. C. and Mr.Kffarl 7ieGarden ,

Miss Carol Cowan Carmichael ganza and her corsage was a of July 28, was recently honored James Beck Thompson will be a student at Georgetown Mrs. R. E. Phinney
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Camp white orchid. with a miscellaneous bridal tmnrersity Law Center is em I The Mamie Mills Circle of the i
bell Turner Carmichael of Mc- Immediately following the shower at the home of Miss come the bride of Homer Lee ployed at the Washington Pat Att Basket : Methodist Woman's Society of I

Donough Georgia became the ceremony a reception was held Helen Griffin. Knearl on Saturday afternoon ent'-Operations of International Christian Service met in July i

bride of Hugh Candler Hunt Jr. at the home of the bride's uncle Hostesses for the occasion August 17, at four-thirty o'clockat Business Machines. I JANE SCOFIELD at the home of Mrs. R. 1 E Phin- 11* ,,
of Atlanta, in a beautiful afternoon and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. were the officers of St. Mich Memorial Methodist Church I No invitations are being sent ney. The hostess served delicious 1
ael's Catholic Women's Guild. Mr. Knearl is the of Mr. 'locally but all friends invitedto the twelve
wedding in the McDonough'Presbterian Carmichael.For son are to members *
f In preparation for this week'scolumn tinued dusting through the rainy
Church on Saturday Upon her arrival, Miss Stevens and Mrs. H. L Knearl of Stamford the ceremony and reception V present. ;
their wedding trip we took one of our periodic part of the summer. A good general
June 29. was presented a white or- Connecticut. follow immediately in Parish I The meeting was opened with :
Asheville N. C., Mrs. Hunt jaunts around town in rose dust would contain an
The Rev. John Alexander chose a sheath dress of yellow chid corsage. Miss Thompson is with the HalL search of beauty. Beauty is not ingredient to control mildew !I a silent prayer period in which f tI

Hayes performed the ceremony silk with a yellow linen coat The guests enjoyed a clothes hard to find in our town, you also. Sometimes aphids prey on I prayers were offered for the j
at,f iye-thirty o'clock. I worn with white accessories.Out pin game with the prize beingwon I know, and we considered many the new growth destroying the i speedy recovery of Mrs. W. H. ii
Charles Beville Picket Date Re-Set
the bridegroom's parents are by Mrs. Rhatigan.Miss Wedding I Russell and J.V.. Hiers.
of town guests were Mr. items before we settled on writ- leaves and often causing a black
Mr. and Mrs. Candler Hunt' Stevens received an array I Mrs. Phinney Missionary Edu-
Hugh I' and Mrs. H. C. Hunt, parents of of lovely and useful gifts The wedding of Miss Joy Glenn Vows will be exchanged at Memorial ing about the crape-myrtle as sooty 'deposit on the leaves. Any cation Chairman, choose an interesting *
of 18G4 Highland Drive. the bridegroom and Mr. and presented to her in a laundry Beville daughter of Mr. and Methodist Church, with : the plant that is doing most for good contact spray will take article from the World
James Macklin Mrs. H. C. Haddock Fernandina Nelson officiat i the beauty of our city at this care of the aphids.Propagation .
brother of the bride carmichael'j basket to which were attached a.. Mrs. Ray Beville to David Shiell Rev. P. Moyer I Outlook for this portion of the ,
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt number of kitchen and household i Pickett son of Mr. and Mrs. I time. These shrubs or trees as is by hardwoodor
ganr -and David M. Hay her I Miss Nancy Ann Hunt, Jackson items. George Cecil Pickett Sr., will be ing.No invitations are being sent the case may. be are in the most softwood cuttings. The white : program.The new books were dis i|
brother.in.law, at the piano, Ga.; Miss Esther Arnold East solemnized Thursday evening I attractive stage of their bloom variety is rather difficulty to i,'
of Refreshments of punch party but all friends of the familiesare i tributed by Mrs James F. M chI
mudicv provided a program nuptial Point, Ga.; Miss Catherine Martin sandwiches and cookies were en- July 25, at six o'clock, insteadof invited to the ceremony and I ing season which is continuous root and usually requires a root ael. Mrs. D. 0. Oxley Local

A: of white satin Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris joyed. The serving table was Friday evening July 26, as reception to follow at the home of through July and August. The cutting. A root cutting is a pieceof I Church Activities Chairman re-
background Miss Alice Harris Atlanta; Mrs.J. previously announced. crape-myrtle is one of our most pencil size root about three .
with' of !I overlaid with a pink damask the bride 113 South 16th Street. ported that the circle had prepared .
implemented garlands Allison Cowan Mrs. H. G. attractive and reliable summer inches long and is rooted like a
cloth centered with heart of
a dinner for the parsonage !
smilalc and banks of I
:, magnolia Handley, Conyers; Mr. and Mrs. flowering trees.It hardwood cutting except that it
white tulle and pink rosebuds.A Ennis-Mullis family upon their return from
leaves delabra, flanked by spiral can- Charles A. Cowan Sr., Mr. and lovely arrangement of pink Miss Margaret King, is hard to know whether to may be inserted either horizont- : conference served Sl.Y.F. suppers
holding lighted tapers Mrs. Charles A. Cowan Jr., Mr. ToldMr. call the tree vertically and does not
provided the setting for the wed- roses graced the buffet. James Edward SkipperTo Wedding crape-myrtle a or ally or ; in June prepared a luncheon -
and Mrs. Bill Cowan, Miss Rebecca shrub it be used either. require part to protrude -
Among the invited guests was a ; may as i any I for the family of C. L Perdue
ding Mrs.party.David M. sister of Cowan Miss Janis A. Co Mrs. James Stevens mother of Wed July 25 and Mrs. J. W. Ennis of It will grow to about twenty I above the rooting medium. If and had helped with the reception -

the bride her Hay matron of wan, Cartersville, Ga.; Mr. and the bride-elect Miss Margaret Joyce King, Amelia Road announce the mar- : feet in height and is widely I putting the root cutting in ver-'I i: given in honor of the
was I Mrs. Joel Cowan Peachtree riage of their daughter Rosella adapted to different soils and tically one must make sure that and I
honor and only attendant. She daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. I' i Rev. Nelson Mover family
'wore an original Bianchi floor City; Mr. and Mrs/ Julius P. Methodist Circle King will become the bride of to Luther Darrill Mullis. weather conditions. Some of the the portion of the root nearest : and Miss Pat Hollis, Christian
Parker Fort Monroe Va.; Larry James Edward Skipper son of The wedding was solemnized garden, clubbers are recommending the crown is at the top. Crape- Education Director.
I length gown of apple green silk. Croft, George Moore Miss Meets 1 10 With bloom in the myrtles off and bloom I
July it summer grow vice chairman
She carried a handsome Mrs. Ethel Obsharsky and the July 17 in Kingsland Georgia. Sirs. Q. A. Dyal, -
arrangement 'Linda Adams, Miss Janice Blake proposed City Garden Club tree quickly from seed and the colors
late Mr. Skipper on Thursday i who presided over the
of yellow Calla lilies witha Mrs. M. E. JenningsMrs.
Miss Bobby Whaley, Mr. and South Four- obtained often good.
project for are
cascade of daisies. afternoon July 25. Zetterower !meeting in the absence of chairman
Mrs. Merrill C. Low, Albany M. E. Jennings hostess FamilyReunion teenth Street. It is also one of For the choice color in
Allen Hunt served as best man was The wedding will be solemn years Mrs. J. W. Hiers, announced
for his brother and ushers were Ga.; and Mrs. J. E. Hooten Wednesday morning, July ized at 4:30: o'clock in the First Set SundayA the trees listed in the State I r crape-myrtles was the water-j'i that the General Meeting j

I Clark Hunt, Daniel Strawn and Waycross Ga. 10th to the Bernice Lowe Circleof Baptist Church.No wide flowering tree project I melon red the deeper the better, : would be held in Parish Hall on f
Merrill C. Low. the Methodist W.S.C.S. invitations are being sent reunion of the B. Zetterower sponsored by the Florida Federation but within the last several years !|! July 22 at 10:00 a.m. The exe
Given in marriage by her Carol Choir Has Prior to the business meeting, but all friends of the couple are I family will be held Sunday July of Garden Clubs. The I the paler colors and even the I cutive committee' will be hostess J'

father the bride was radiant in Weiner Roast And the hostess served delicious re- invited. 21, at Tenacres.A crape-myrtle has sentimentalvalue I I despised lavender have become for a Coke Party and Mrs. J. E.
freshments.The for many of us here in the We light Partin will ber in charge of the
her wedding gown of white peau basket dinner will be servedat I popular. saw. a very i
de, sole trimmed with an inset of Singaree TuesdayThe meeting was opened with south for we remember it bloom- apple blossom pink variety 'in i! program ehtHTed, "The Crusade f
Chantilly lace. Her fingertipveil prayer offered by Mrs. J. R. Legion Auxiliary noon. ing around the old homes of our Mrs. Mizell's garden in Calla- Scholarship Trocession" .

of silk illusion was attachedto Carol Choir of Memorial Hutchins who presented the To Meet July 23 grandparents. It comes from i I han, which she had ordered froma Mrs. A. L Byers, 1807 Beech I
a' cloche of white satin and Methodist Church enjoyed a Spiritual Life, "Narrow Way." China and has the long scientific nursery in Alabama. It was I Street will be hostess for the I

she carried a cascade bouquet of weiner roast in the church yard i Mrs. E. P. Wilson circle chairman The American Legion Auxiliary Stork ClubMr. name of, Lagerstromia indica. lovely. meeting to be held on August

: Calla, lilies and stephanotis. Tuesday night. Mrs. L K. Nolan welcomed the eight mem Theodore II. HernandezPost Throughout the southeast the We particularly noticed how 12, at 3:30: p.m.
Mrs Carmichael chose for her bers and one guest, Mrs. B. F. 54, will hold their regular crape-myrtle is a hardy deciduous small myrtles I ---- -- -
: dJTu hter's wedding a dress of choir-pianist-director, was in Dickens president of the W.S.- meeting on Tuesday July 23 at and Mrs. Toby H. Poweli tree or shrub; in the northit there many are very in, gardens crape throughout rtle minded and our city will t

j>ejge silk organza, and a green charge. She was assisted by Ken C.S.This 8 p.m. in the American Legion proudly announce the birth of dies to the ground in the fall the city which means that homeowners I have increased summertime i
Missionary Education was their: daughter Jayme on July up'vigorous shoots in *\
'oft'hid) corsage. Nolan who led the singaree. Hall.All and puts are becoming crape my- beauty.Thank .
presented by Mrs. T. W. Oliver members are urged to at- 5 at St. Vincents Hospital in which bloom -- ;
the spring profuse -------
: I sly t Hunt mother of the Fourteen were present for the
hiidfigroom, wore blue silk or occaion. using as her topic "World Conference tend.; Jacksonville.PERSONALS. ly. In the fall crape-myrtles in J
I on Faith and Order." Florida provide some of our ;
Sixteen visits were reportedfor most colorful autumn foliage. !
C the month.A When the leaves fall it is time YouFor !

1 Han Theatre special prayer was offeredfor to head the shrub back severely;
,.. the missionaries whose and it should be done each year:

names appeared, on the birthday for more profuse bloom the next!
1 IIJ.IW : Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Justice Mrs. Elroy Kight, and Roy Cox i
I Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach, Mgr. prayer calendar' fbr the day. and daughter Della Ruth, oi son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cox season and, to keep the plant Your Vote And Support In ReElecting -
SATURDAY Mrs. John Barniak made a report from becoming leggy and event- !
the church kitchen and Birmingham, Ala., were guests spent four days near Cherokee, !
on old scrawny specimen
ually an
NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 last week of his brother J. P. North Carolina visiting Roy's W.second
Mrs. E. P. Wilson and Mrs. M.
If Serve
of which we see too many. Me To
.. ONE COMPLETE SHOW E. Jennings volunteered to serve Justice, and family at their grandparents. ( ,
1e faded flower. heads are kept i "
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"*- Friday and Saturday on this committee; if or: the com home on Amelia Rd. Cindy and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bounds re- clipped off during the summer]
ing month. Eddie Justice returned to Birmingham cently spent a week's vacation it will greatly prolong the Term As Your City Commissioner,
One 7:40 2:10 and
showing Friday Saturday 7:40 I
j Announcement was made of with them for a two sightseeing in North Carolina. blooming season. ,
: I week's visit at their home and
"BLUE HAWAII"Klvis i the next W.S.C.SAmpetinj to be
I with other relatives. They will Mrs. L. K. Nolan and son, Ken, We can just hear the remarks,|i
.. TechnicolorOne held on July 22na.\;&( 10 a.m., Group 3.
Presley visited in Marianna last week to "What about that terrible pow- i
home bus. 1
... .., which will be preceded, by a Coke return by
o enroll Ken at Chipola Jr. College dery mildew crape myrtles have! I j
showing Friday 9:24 Saturday 4:24 and 9:24 party. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Robison where he will major in music. Well zinnias and many roses |
Mrs. R. F. Carson will be hos
During their trip, the two spent have it too, and the answer! E. J. Johnson Jr.Paid .
will leave
Saturday to spend ,
I "THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO. MUCH"James tess to the circle for the August .
some time with L. G. Thompson, seems to be. prevention ,by dusting I
: "t'J several days attending the Atlanta
Stewart Doris Day meeting. I[ and Mr. and Mrs. William And with sulphur ((325 mesh) as For By E. J. Johnwn, Jr.
Gift and Jewelry Show.
I "" Alfred Hitchcock Thriller Technicolor erson in Monticello. the leaf buds appear and con 'I
Circle ComplimentsMrs. ---- - -- -
Friends of Mrs. Jeff Bowers I
:i Sunday and Monday Thad Lee At will regret to hear she enteredSt. I II I

Sunday 2:40 and 7:40: One showing Monday 7:40 I Vincents Hospital this week
"OPERATION BIKINI" Surprise ShowerMrs. where she underwent major sur-

Frankie Avalon Tab Hunter Thad Lee Jr., presidentof 'gery Wednesday. Her condition
the First Baptist ChurchWomen's i
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Missionary Union, was
II Sunday 4:01 and 9:01: I One showing: Monday 9:04 delightfully/ surprised Monday Airman David Pickett was

"PEYTON PLACE"Lana evening with a cherub shower home last weekend from Eglin

Turner Technicolor following the regular meetingof Air Force Base to visit his parents -
the Nita McCollough Circle. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pickett. 1

Mrs. Sybil Haddock, circle His marriage to Miss Joy Be

DRIVE-N chairman was hostess for the ville will be an event of July 25.
meeting and shower and pre
sided over a short business ses PFC Sammy Alvarez station
Friday July 19 8:00 p.m. sion. Mrs. Pearl Johnson was in ed at Ft. Bragg, N. C., was '
"WHITE WARRIOR"Steve charge of the program entitled, home last weekend with his parents

Reeves Technicolor Leadership and WMS Work. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Al ____ ____un

9:56 Each member and the honoreewas varez.
p.m."SUNDOWNERS" pinned with a miniature Boys
Mrs. J. C. Jameson left today
diaper, with Mrs. Lee getting
for Georgia Southern College to MEN'S
Robert Mitchum Deborah Kerr the lucky one which asked Sport
bring her daughter, Judy and i
Technicolor "What's Happening In August!" Marcia Townsend home. The I r ShirtsAnd 1-3 off
Following her answer she was
Saturday July 20 8:00 p.m. presented a shower of gifts girls were attending a summer I SUITSNationally ;

"OPERATION BIKINI" from the members.The course. I Shirt And ;
table beautifully LADIES COTTON SKIRTS
dining was Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Tay ,
9:51 appointed for the occas- lor and their two children Sha- ; Advertised Pants Sets

,I "GOD'S COUNTRY" ion, being overlaid with a lovely ron and Hal of Arlington Virginia i
pale green linen cloth, enhancedby visited last week with I 39.95 1.2 Price
Rock Hudson __ Technicolor the large milk glass punch Mrs. Taylor's mother Mrs. Mable I Reg. DrasticallyReduced

bowl encircled with a garlandof Milton at her home on the
Sunday July 21 8:00 p.m. i .
dark green foliage. An attractive beach. : LADIES SLIM JIMS -
I "KID GALLAHAD" arrangement of baby I I .
I Elvis Presley Technicolor dolls nested in white tulle formed Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Patrick $2995 71
the centerpiece. Lime sher- had as their guests last week- GREATLY REDUCED!

10:05 bert punch was served with individual end, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Van See Our

"THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH" cakes topped with baby Frank and their five children
bootees laced in green to carry Jinny Jeep Judy Jimmy and i
Alfred Hitchcock Thriller Johnny of Columbia S. C., and $1.00
out the party motil.DON'T SWIM SUITS
Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fieldingsand
their two children Julie SPORT COATSValues There's still
i Tables lots of splashingin
Ann and Beth of Orlando.
MISS OUR JULY I the summer swim season.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bounds
i have as their guests their son To 29.95 For Hurry in forTerrific

and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ray

Bounds of Jacksonville. SensationalBargains Savings!

i Shirley McKendree daughterof From $1500 Up

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McKen-

dree is visiting in Jacksonvillethis Girls Dresses
week with her cousin Carol

; Gragg. Carol lives with her sis
1 ter and brother-in-law, Sir. and I One $ 1-3 off
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,II, Mrs. Forest Junck.Sirs. MEN'S SLACKS $Z95 to STS;; ** 5

A. B. Allan and son, of
DURING OUR 85TH ANNIVERSARY SALE Brownsville Texas are visiting

I Mrs. Allan's daughter, Mrs. J. L Long Sleeve $4fe Jamaica Sets 1-3 Off

-ENDS AUGUST 8--- Birch Farland.and sister, Mrs.. H. J. Mc-' i ivGHWtOR3ElssdSHmrSn's To'I 3 ii

g,50IE."S Many, many, more btorewide

t tl Dr. and Sirs. W. D. Rodeffer t If savings during this big, an
have as their guests for two
: weeks, Mrs. Rodeffer's twin sis nual summer clearance!

PARTIN'SSHOES I ter Herman and her Norwood family,Jr.}lr., and and their Sirs.;:; DRESS & SPORT SHIRTS **.5? ZOo&

I four daughters Karen Melissa,

Janet, and Leslie of Silver I .MEN'S NATIONALLY ADVERTISED "

AND CLOTHING Springs Slaryland. !i ZOo r% BAILEY'S"

h OP i' tIre and Sirs. Al Mathews and; SWIM TRUNKS

ESTABLISHED 1878 their three children, Judy John I

...., and Jim of Horsehead, New
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Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McKendreeon II TRUSNKS"Take 2ft
Phone 261-4241
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t I i -Page Four nEws-leader, FernimSina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 18,19G3 I Bake A Chocolate Potato Cake f!.Lytlieran Church' "I In Training As ssker- Roviews'

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0' I The 12 state total for 1962 II I Ia4
I ''I Nassau! Tops State was $511,726,000, a gain" of six: "Most Televised"Continued II I (Continued from .Page One) (Continued from Page One)

9I I per cent over the previous thigh I I I r7 after the worship hour this Sunday dent. Among guests at the meet.
of $484,614,000'reported. for +'I
I' In Deliveries Of II III ( from'Pace One) for
,I a buffet picnic lunch held ing were the Rev. Bill Lewis, of ,
L' who opens the sofa, whose image in the picnic area behind the Arbutus, Md, and Bruee Aman, 1
I 'I Mr. Malsberger stressed that 1 1I is seen on every,convertiblesold : recreation center. Each faaily of Tampa. )
Pulpwood In 1962 i I the South's harvest of pulpwood by Castro, and on every I! I4 is asked to bring food for the' Becker, who was introducedby ;
last year was not ,only fifty piece of advertisement. i 'd Af luncheon. A committee of Mrs
: a i increasing
Jim Beard forecast i
r ,
, Purchases of pulpwood grown eight per cent of the nation's'total She's cart of a :very wonderful Betty Haworth, Mrs. ,Dorothy Clinch because i
for Fort
in Florida and but was also greater than I family her Dad who built' progress
delivered to pulp ; : All those not of Lutheran of improvements plannedand
and mills during 1962 that of any single foreign coun an excellent business from
paper and ,
background planning to become
to-j under and also,
t :. .... taled $19,2 90,000, according try and more than in any other scratch; a lovely mother who is I 's vr now way I
of this
;f ? a part congregation, he said, because of the spirit of
' 11. area of comparable size in tk there her just I I x f
i 9 J. Malsberger of Atlanta I always to give should attend these meetings. the .
" I A rk ? the personnel= operating park.A
little that is
general manager of the South. that encouragement
'I V ... .ern Pulpwood Conservation AssoI He emphasized further that I needed and who is ouite a bnsi p Other teachers in the Church new entrance station and ,
I I School will be Mrs. Betty Ua-
I tJ elation.last. j, for the South as a whole figures ness woman; and her brother 3 office a new beach camping .
I I r .. year's total for the state, I, projected from Federal Govern. Bernard who is one of her bestrrit'es '1 1+ I 1 worth, Miss Susan Bailey, Mrs. area near the jetties, new facili
I Betty Weber, Mrs. Borghild
: l! he added, represented a gain' of meat surveys show a continuin? i and who already has a w 1r Knutsen and Mrs. ,Edgar Foo- ,, $' ties in the museum, camping.
I tl: nine per cent over the value of .favorable ratio of forest growth i] business of his own quarter area for Girl Scouts aad extensive
I shee.
I y'f repairs to the old 1
1 i'' -$45.308,000> recorded for J961.J over removal. This includes removal -: horses. "
k Hendrix and Mrs. Jeannette iers' barracks and the npfth bas. :
; of trees harvested for .
These figures based Bernadctte has a beautiful: i w
were on
I :E. i Catherwood is making the ar- ton; the plans he 1
u. the results of a 12-state. pub-i I, man's use>, as well as losses resulting home on a great stretch of the ) Instant whipped potatoes take to rak Most'homemakers take were among mation.
I wood production survey made by I It from. fire, insects and ocean at Ft. Lauderdale where for granted the ease with which packaged instant whipped potatoes 1 rangements. outUned for early OODiU I
t *' the U. S. Forest Service Experiment disease. II the picture "Where The Boys can .prepared for a.meal However;many do not-realize.that it Announcement was also made He particularly stressed .the 1
I J. Stations in Asheville; N. C., "The demand for pacer and Are" was filmed. ,One section of is also easy to make a delicious cake with instant whipped pota that the first administration tof need for attention to the barracks I

1 *' and New Origins. La. in coop- other pulpwood products expands her home t fa called the cabana, toes. Here's one which the Borden Kitchen'developed, using the the ,Sacrament of Holy Communion I :Miss Jerrie Robinson, daughter "badly deteriorated" -
i erat'on with SPCA. r every year," he added complete with hi-fi, set of drums! potatoes in flake form. will take place on Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Layton Rob and the bastion, "much of whichis 1

:I ".. Among the &.1 counties inj I i "and,. although there are fluctuating television, and a tremendous soda: Chocolate Potato Cake August 4th, and will continue on inson and 1963 graduate of Fer- ,ciumblinfr." aDd sought: the i
Florida where pulpwood was I' market conditions in ', fountain. Conversation pieces are (slakes one 9-inch layer,.cake) the first Sunday of each month nandina Beach High School, has aid of the Rotarians in helpingto

'produced, leading were Nassau, i: some localities, for the South as i a mink covered couch and mink 1 ((4-otmce() ) package sweet. '3/4',cup sour cream thereafter. I recently begun a two year train- expedite these necessary itemsin
Marion and Tavlor. with deliverfcs !! a whole the market outlook fay hostess chair in the living room. cooking chocolate 2 cups sifted cake flour! Pastor Himmelman has announced ing course at Baptist Memorial I the program. t tI
i valued at S29fi8,820, $$2,557-i'! ors the continued incentive for BrnaMte .was selected "The 1/2 cup boiling water 3 teaspoons baking powder that his sermon topic : Hospital ,School of X-Ray Technology -
? 600 1> and $2.438,200, rp pe.ctively.Florida's wise forest management." OllbtJlndinlP Girl of the Year 1314 i! cup Borden's Instant 1/2 teaspoon salt for this Sunday will be, "W ol'k. in Jack onvme. !1
For The State of Florida" at the i Whipped Potato Flakes 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar ing At 'Friendship." Miss I
Robinson will
share in the production rece'vethis :
3/4 butter
: cup softened. 1/2 homogenized Vitamin COOPER'SLAUMDRY
I *+, of wood raw material for To ,serve readers and advert isI -4Hh I} ( annual convention of.the 1-1/2 cups sugar D milk SHADOWSThe training on a scholarship: t
the pulp and paner industry Mr. I era' better, newspapers in recent !I Florida State Exchange Club. 3 eggs 1 teaspoon'vanilla extractContainer basis, 'having been one of seven 1 I:
J MaUberoer explained was part I years have invested more than She i is a student at the Univ- In medium-size mixing bowl, dissolve chocolate in boiling'water, way has been long, my be-
of another all-time high for the $700 mill on in new plants and I!I era'ty of Florida. stirring until melted. Add potato flakes;jTstir and set aside. In loved. from 35.appli '
'South as a whole. 'i equipment.Many I This hazel-eved beauty with large mixing bowl cream butter. Add sugar gradually and beat Grey locks bear mute testimonyTo cants. The students were chosen 'II
--- -- -- -- __ ,I lovelv chesty.t-brown hair has until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time, beating thoroughlyafter the. erosion of time. I on three major points: scholastic Coin Operated
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..' n rhmnur all her own, an in- each addition. Blend in :sour cream. Add cooled chocolate-; The, chores that, once, .delighted I record, rating on Florida Employment t
and different potato mixture; beat until smooth;Sift together flour,'baking'pow.-: us, I
I I d'vidualitv so delightful der, salt and cream of tartar. Add dry ingredients alternately: As we flaunted the strength of 'Examination and personal Mrs. Doris Howard, 11
that she is going places
with combined milk and vanilla"extract;-bkfid just until-smooth.; interviews.Baptist .
I ; I so rapidly it is difficult to keep Pour into two 9-inch cake pans which have been buttered, lined: our youth, I Manager 'f
; Thanks ''uo! with her achievements. with waxed paper, and buttered again. Bake in moderate oven Are become a burden. Hospital's 19C3 graduating -I eII
.. I This slip of a girl, with the (350F.)*30-to'35 minutes. Frost with fluffy frosting. i j We, who once ,hastened to meet class 'in X-Ray Technology \ 14th & Beech Srs. t
<< The challenge of life, ranked 1st in the state and '
TOTE mixture
poise of a veteran, takes her : Chocolate-potato will not have a smooth appear-;j
place on program with such ance before.added to creamed miXture. ,. Are slower, now, .. I 2nd in the nation. i

j To my friends and supporters: for their i'i, stars as Johnny 'Mathis! J. P.Mnrgan And not so sure of the way. ..-.4IIoL ........... __ III
The days drag their weary feet, I
Fontaine, Pa- .
Frnnkie '
assistance in my campaign for reelec- : mita Jo. and other celebrities. ings, Schoenhofen said, reflects And night delays it's. coming. d I 1 I 1 i. II IIrt
I I Sales depressed .price levels in fabricated Memories of those whom we P.
I j i She takes quite a ribbing, .I products and unrecovered have loved I I I i i 11'

tion to. thq.City Commission. I mostly from envious males, when labor increases. .In order to reverse -: So tenderly, I G I L'I i
!I driving her gold sports car. It Up/Earnings Dip '\
this unsatisfactory. ,cost- Who are gone from 'us forever,
f bas the largest engine available, price trend, Schoenhofen 'said, i Come to us in our dreams; I ''I
Congratulations( to my successful opponent j plus fuel injection and all the In Second QuarterCHICAGO 1 Container Corporation is increasing And their misty images

extras. shipping container prices ef- i Seem to beckon us to follow.

t- anajrask that ,he be accorded the Bernadette did hot really 'put July 15 Second fective August 1, and is. now reviewing -I i, 'Ih
her mind to singing: until just ,
price structures in other I Yet, our day is not done,
three years ago, :but has studiedthe quarter earnings of the Container concerted products. Nor tasks finished,
same ,fine'cooperation given! me. I our I
Corporation of America totaled -.
of three.
piano since age I $4,685,000, equivalent to I The company's next quarterly I So long as there is grief h
Some of her songs are, Crazy
To be comforted,
,1:1: $.43 per share, nine percent dividend on preferred stock of i I !"1
Yogi, "Bella of Love, "WhatCan
It ,has 'been an honor and _pleasure( I I I I Say Dear?", "It's Almost I higher than first quarter earn-I $1.00 per share will i I be paid Au- i''I Then Or 'wrongs, let us to not be 'look opposd.backward, U l\

,. ... If. '. 'i Tomorrow," and two new smash ings of 1963, but nine percent gust 30 to shareholders of record I II Nor long for: the lovely days I Iit
: :. to serve ns' Mayor-Commissioner and I | hits, "The Slosh". and. "Silver' below second quarter earnings I August :20. A dividend on the I l that were;
of last Sales for three I ;
year. outstanding stock of
Platter, common When the joy of living, 1
hold a deep faith in the continued Eernadette. charming, grac months ended 'June 30, 1963, $.22& per share will be paid'I; Which; then,' we knew,

0l ious, talented and beautiful, who were $88,078,000, compared with I August 23 to shareholders' of record And the cares of our own lives 1I

l ... ..- growth and prosperity of this. city. has Castro been jumping Convertibles up and for downon TV quarter$85,738,000 of 1961,during the second '' August 5. For Obscured we knew'the, needs not the of purposeOf others, I

.. .. commercials since the age' of I I Earnings for the first six I our being.. t
four, has 'now come into her 'months of 1963 were $8,972,000, I Just ; '
E. J SMITH TrnE lie \
own. I compared with $8,970,000 for the, (Continued. frop ,Page ,One) Then, let" us not questionThe MISS ON THE pLAN
1i first half of 19G2 equivalent to j A y\ wisdom.r.of ,our Creator, I I for R G '
Paid For By E. J. Smith Pay
An estimated nine, out of I Ij $.82 per common share. Leo II. I promote recreation but ,there's Nor inquire into .His 'purpose; Clean 0\1\ ,U 63 topinrit NQWItrad
j every ten women in the U. S. : Schoenhofen, president, said also ,added taxation and less sat- But, be patient to do His will, I models' ot } 4 4d
1 regularly read .a newspaper. I that increases in "\ isfact' I forgot relaxation but Glve tlelt deals ie i
\\; ._--_ I i overseas earnings .on. :l Even as it shall be revealed toBy as many unto ;
;\ offset a decrease in domestic ';! there seems to be little of' this: us .. Capture yeti
1k 1 profits of the company during -I as people rush madly from work I His divine..wisdom and cars as possible i iI I

the first half of 19S3. I, to recreation and back to work I I mercffvli .
i Sales for the six months ,of and ''back to recreation. If things I Which: endurah forever. t

1963 totalled $170,669,000, com-" keep' up the coffee break will be : -Herbert. Luke. 'I''I'I SWING INTO ACTION NOW-YOUR PRESENT CAR'SVALUE ,' j
milk break for all i iI I >'k"_' I II f "
pared with $165,221,000 for the replaced by a DROPS MORE EVERY DAY YOU! WAIT fASSERRE'
a first half of last year, an increase I the over active 'ulcers. I The U. S. -government first 1I I II
of three percent. Schoen I I minted! five cent pieces in 1749.)
hofen said this gain was due National advertisers' annual Today Americans spend the i [ .MOTOR COMPANY!

primarily to an increase in' over- expenditures in newspapers since equivalent of C8.000.000 five I ,
1 I seas sales. 1950 have increased by more than cent pieces ajlay for their news- YOUR FORD DEALER SINCE 1910 ,
; The decrease in domestic $258 million. i
j I earn- papers.
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let Ana a let'dime me from add this,any! ?.5.recomraen-I lln't- !'| Fill,A1id 11ll.A.L e"11l -,flewsLeaderFernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July -.1 0, .1968 *- Page Fi\

dations! It's your deal not mine! '

jmI,4kE TAKE FIVE | :patees..Eress! 1 Not (y :Social :are benefits events are which being must paid\ be.there reported -

( I to social security. Social
Somebody told me there are 5 _
t points for architects to watch ,Appreciation ';For Security ;Offke security depends on thepeople
tt when designing housing for old 1 who get benefit checks do let

t er people. I'm a college student them know when such events
; interested in architecture. Would : Boys State WeekTime iTo Stop Checks happen. If they don't, an over-
; ;raurl ; wI
you know the 5 points? t;. payment can result. Under the

t tII I ,: John S., N. J. I 'was taken from the Knowing when to stop social law that money must be.repaid.

I F Coincidence, I was studying crowded schedule of Boys State: security checks can be as im The most frequent overpayment

II them last night! They are pop y week in Tallahassee, ,for Tommy portant as knowing when to of benefit cases involve

mil ulation trends, marital status,, 'Oliver and Steve Beckett to i( start them. Whenever monthly the retired beneficiary who returns
: 4 4a
income, state of health and vigor, write members of the Ainerieanegion 1 i I to work but fails'to notify
I FROM MAGIC TO MESS ment is $55: a month, and $">;3 social' and personal standards of 1 .7 "Theodore H. Hernandez'I the social security officer the
I As it is required, I am .now> t
j Kentucky has been our home I for the studio apartment. This I living. Get the December, 1962 Post 54, letters of 'their 'appreciation i widow or child benefieiarywho
reporting that I have left
I for 3 generations. But now the I includes all landscaping and up "Architectural Record". The for the honor of being I you I. marries; the widow :who gets
I my room, No. 509, in as good if
old homestead has lost its magic. keep. There are two apartmentsin housing review in it is a classic selected as delegates. not letter monthly checks for herself anda
than "I "found
It's each in Miss Geneva Math- The two FBHS students were" 'shape : child under IS but fails to tell
a mess, instead. Oar once- garden villa-duplex. I clarity by it. By the way, the food here is II
fine house is now in a decayed checked; a few apartments! are lawn, Executive Secretary of the sponsored by The local American excellent and suitable to all the social security office when
neighborhood full of rooming still available. AH have a free i National Council) on Aging. She Legion :Post They will make, citizens and counselors. the child leaves home. There are

I houses and riff-raff. Our house brand-new stove, brand-new refrigerator : effectively relates every point to I personal reports.At; .a .meeting in I don't know how I, other cases too. It is very im
is worthless, but the land has wall-Water, non-skid site selection environment, plan-' __ __Th the near future. thank really but I say portant that anyone who gets social

value. My wife and I are trying vinyl floors grab-bar bathrooms! I nin?:, design financing. And peo- Party,. time, dessert time or snack time,can be pie time. ,To Their letters 'foll6w: try. Stnccrrfy you ,- Iam am Tmtinsr going to I security checks know just
I to decide where to po with the : picture windows Write, and Ii;i Pie! I 'I waking a pie, the Borden Kitchen has prepared a flavorsome Florida -SUte 'University thankfulness andappreciation my what events do affect their right
monev. We will definitely sellout will give you the address and no-bake filling: with ..iweetenedc milk. The milk Smith Hall I to benefit payments.
thickens without for this great h mor..I.am. deeply
cooking, ,with the addition
of citrus fruit Each who claims social
What This is SEND A FISTFUL juice., person
in' locatirn.
can you suggest a great value: I The pie is particularly tasty when served with hot Tallahassee, Fla. indebted to all members of American I
Florida? This is our first choice, :: where ('Isetan you both live for Hello, I just read WAKE UP tor demi-tasse. cups of coffee Dear :Gentlemen: 'Legion i 'Post 54. I 'pro security benefits gets instruct-

for climate. We notice you con- $780 a )ear, year-round? There's YOUNGER in "The Arcadian." I Versatile sweetened condensed milk also is ideal Co use as a I can never express the feel mise to ;always cherish and remember ions on what events should be reported .
stantly say that each person is :i also a recreation center with I'm writing for that fistful of I!creaming and sweetening ent with coffee service. And it makes,, ing of gratitude I hold for Post all the activities of i I! to the social security office.
different and has different :: snack bar, kitchen, books wonderful candy, sauces and salad The payment centers regularly
pre- newspapers : organization names and address r dressings as well as a variety 54. This past week will remainin Boys State. From the bottom of
.ferences. You ripht. We I I I music card tables. Folks .of desserts. } enclose reminder notices
are so i es you offer. Kindest personal --' luscious my memory always. I have my heart I say to all of you,
\ prefer not to take care of a big congregate there for covered I I regards. Chiffon Pie. you, ,the members, of the American thank you!! for.all of your sup- with checks that are mailed out.
; house any longer. Nor a bg! yard. dish suppers, parties, hobbies. 0. C., St. Louis, Mo. (flakes one 9-inch pie) Legion, to thank for this. port! In spite of this; the social sec.

We want nice people around us!, Location is in a community! Hello yourself! There are some 11( (((9-inch) baked> pie shell 1/2 cup lime juice The knowledge and experienceI've Sincerely, I urity office sometimes fields that

and friendly social gatherings.A i where $10 a year Country Club I 12,000 organizations keenly inter 3 eggs, separated '!' 2 teaspoons grated lime ">. gained this week will sure- Stephen L. Beckett. I I a beneficiary has been overpaid
retirement hotel room is not to member Mo gives you swimmingpool i! ested in older people. Without cups (one 15-pz. can) ; rind, optional ly help ,me always. It is one thingto P.S. because beneficiaries don't report -
our taste, either. Too small. privileges, golf movies for sweetened condensed Y t 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar 1 read of something, but a far you ever need me for events that stop or temporarily
interest ,
i knowing specific I I
jour milk U" 1 ((1/2 pint) anything please let me know. suspend benefits
23e:) horseback cup heavy
,What can you adviw? : riding for $1.No. I I wouldn't know which can be Few drops green food .f' cream,.chilled i better experience can be gainedby :-----.--------- -- ------
Just Can Ve Smith. 2 is a church-sponsored I most helpful to you. Medicare coloring 1 tablespoon sugar :; taking an active part. ..

You're pretty keen to slat I retirement village near a metropolitan : -? National Council of Senior In large bowl,beat egg yolks until thick and lemon-colored. Continue If I can ever help the American

I I 80 clearly what you prefer! I I city. It is nrn-denomin- : Citizens Inc., 1627 K. St. N.W., to beat and'gradually add :sweetened,condensed milk. Add- Legion, please, call on me. I MONEY '

personally visited three desinhle alional. Residents! have a choice '! Washingtrn 6, I). C. You get food coloring. Beat until nell blended. Add lime juice and 1 tea-, am more 'than willing to serve :
types of housing for you in Flor of beautifully-furnished apartments ; plenty of good literature from spoon of grated rind. Blend,well. Beat together cream ot; tartar this'organitation in any way
Jda. Let 'me tell you about them.I with central din- and egg whites Until soft peaks form. Gently fold into lime, .
or rooms them General ? Senior tare.Pour into baked mix- possible.I ,needn't be 'a ,problem]r!
No. 1 is a Golden Age Village, in Residents pie shell. Chill in refrigerator about 5 hours,
? pet great personal Citizens of America Miss Anna or until set. At serving time,whip cream until have only one regret, that
I Fold in
only housing
the such rt'nfAt.h'ne< attention and are extremely : C. Leahy, National Director, 1421 Garnish chilled pie with whipped cream and sugar every boy in the entire nation
sprinkle whatever
in the J Mate of Florida. It's :a happy in this "sheltered" environment Ifith St., N. W., Washington 6, .grated lone,rind.over top. remaining could not take part In this wondenful You'can get ,cash ;

---bargain.- A one-lwdreom aputr They live without fear I D. C. Library services? ;program of Boys State, is needed in -steps :
------- -- -easy
..'" of sickness or infirmity because American Library Association 50 Again I say, "thank you," to !

.-, right: at hand is the excellent E. Huron St., Chicago 11, IlL Golf Associations ,Commission Holds : the proud members of the Am-t i

"J- : medical bi'SMing and infirmary, Right there in St. Louis (so\how I eriean ,Legion' ,of Post 54.Sincerely .
Slate Two-Ball
"SEE C. B."Pete' finely J staffed. The administrator I come you need "The Arcadian"of (Continued from Page One) I I 4 1. Tell us the :amount. *.. >*.

I i is a minister who has deep DeSota County, Fla?) .you Mixed TourneyThe Tommy Oliver '
i I insight fer a person's secular I have the Gerontological Society, and prepare for payment. ,2, 'Come in and pick it up.

INGRAM"FOR : need as well as inner spiritual 660 S. Kin shi hway, Mrs. 'Marjorie Fernandina Beach Golf The principal indebtedness or Florida State University II

I I need. As is usual residents paya I J Adler, Administrative Sec Association and the Fernandina the abolished city was for the .Smith HallTallahassee .
Founder's Ffe in addition to I Beach Women's Golf Associationare famous white through the
j I retary. I way Fla. And that's not all,everything is tailored
I II ;
what is equivalent to monthly staging a mixed two-ball municipality. Each month it requires -
i Gentlemen
Estate i Recreation? Health? Housing? I : 'to suit
I tourney at the local links on a payment of $550 to the It. extreme ,honor for yo r ;
j .. Life Insurance rent.No. Social welfare Education? Employment I was an -
I 3 i is a Florida community I ? Family service? Religion Sunday. I REA. Four months have passed me to be .able to represent the
: I. ,fMJrempnt Income required, to since a payment has been made. I Theodore H. Hernandez 'American cleans ::0'to $500O.
whose homes! run small, but are : ? Mental health? Hospitals Participants are [ up *
,HHIh & Accident j superbly constructed. The build ? Nursing homes? Foster register at the club house and The possibility exists,that the Lgion Post 54 ,at Florida ,

y : titali7ntion er's specialty is good financing homes? Research! ? Psychiatry? I II furnish their handicap.Next Florida Development. Commission I Boys State. The program ..at ,'

ge'H terms Because cf the char 1 Speech and hearing? Rehabilita.1 competition of the men's will take over the lights as .an i Bays State is marvelous, inspir- A.G.COR., INANCE':
... ? Major Medical i acter of these homes high-Upe tion? You name it, I got group will be a best ball four- adjunct to the U. S. 1 ,welcome ing and ,very educational .

; 'pi ,hility) Monthly Income 1 people buy there. I must caution,: Meanwhile put a loose dollar I some on August 10. The 'Association I station. A meeting is expected in .I ,served on the ,Florida ,Boys ; .p .ORATION: I ,

Of | though, that you and your wife| to work on a year's subscription I II I II championship is slated the near future between the Stater newspaper staff and I I '
" County of the
will have to develop jour own ($1.00) to "Aging" published for September. representatives was- also :ia member Boys YOU'err
I of the REA the .!4 MONTHS 20-MONTHS TI MONTHS'
i social life. There are few "tomI I monthly by the U pt. of Health! and State House of Representatives. I IUAONTHS
... INSURANCE I m nity" 'programs.So I Education and Welfare, Washington Development Commission. I Gentlemen, .I :have learned S 75.00 $:5.06 .S 5.47 '$ 7.JS,

(,'" -. r Phone 261.5269( this is the story. Write tome I 5, D. C. You'll get a ptriI Woolsey Cites If no disposition! can be made I many ,valuable things while attending 10.79 11.67 16:11

., '.. for the address and locations.'scope look at what's doing all, !of the obligation! for the lighting this educational pro ,:A25.00 24:16: 21.35 30.69 042.50i

);. .Y -. .' __ : ,Medical Self HelpTraining the residents of the area gram. I only hope that,in the future 600.00 34.39 39.34 042.66 ...59.35.308.AflahlicAvenue
that was formerly Boulougnewill many ijnwe -' have to make the payments boys will be' as lucky' 'as J was
.. i'
., ; .,.!: NtJ ;, .' district in getting to attend Florida:
\ 1' Courses through a special tax.
F.. ...,.>. MW.tt,rr f 't.} a'M' \ .AlZ; : '" .' .. ;' >, .. \ j, Also brought out at the meeting Boys State. .rnlnd'na' Beach,"orldaiTel.phofte'2613681

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that Clinch Drive would ,
-'- Dr. B. F. Weolsey, Director of I was .
YOUR' not be closed, as erroneously reported Street in that general area. The
DOES i Nassau County Health Depart- om" Hours-Doif t.S;b'tduider i Saturday f-l2
; I but that the closing dosing is noted iris i legal advertisement
STUTTER ,- I E f men!, announced today that according would be on certain portions of in -thisi issue Of the ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVlUr
H to the State Board of I II
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; EWG/WE/ Nectarine Street and Olive News-Leader. .
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I Health Medical Self Help Training _. t
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; JERK ,FALTER i courses would be incorporated !. I ,:: 1 :
in all future curriculums of .
? MOTOR- schools Florida. l' FYNE TASTECATSUP
w t STALL : : many high in
OR Claudius Walker, State Health

Mobilization Coordinator for the I .
; GET A > ;: 9ctHIiT ,
... -. '. TUNE'UP" t tI i board which adm'nisters the pro, : ,14O%
i gram?: for schools, industry and i iI ,.
I other said countv school!
I groups 'ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
: in eleven counties have
i iI : systems (
Onlyany f: adopted the courses and that 11 \

I I Pan American personnel at Cape LARGE
Canaveral the training
I I are taking -
too. The county systems are

I Liberty. St. Johns, Flakier, Bre- 25
I I yard Sumpter, Polk Highlands TIDE; )flguIfl '1 4JIJIJ4lI i

; I Hardee DeSoto, Charlotte )and t tfl' 1'
( Sarasota. t J
six stated he believedthe i 'LIMIT! TWO'\VlTn-S:60l'OOD'ORDER: I
: ,1 I Dr. Woolsey _
I "I 1 1I cylinder.car ( ) j program would aid students I t17i
I not only to become more effective .1.1I I
I *Qg any eight I citizens but also would help I -

I & cylinder car them for assisting' in disasters.! .

i\ i! The programs are bpilt around I II 'l a. : .. .
I 19
f Parts extra if needed I basic information' 'a person I II < ,. -
t i I should know to preserve life and I II

I health in time of natural or mangy; LIMIT T1'0V117I35.00 FOOt ORDERLIBBY'S
I made disaster. The course com I
tains eleven lessons on such subjects -604 '
WE DO ALL THIS. Atlantic Ave. :
as radioactive fallout and ,. : .
I I shelter, emergency supnlies and oz ,
l sanitation, burns, shock, bleeding .

*. :! ..OIClean.andadjust0Check col il and I and bandaging, birth of babes ,j' SPAGHETTI ioRtl .MEATBALLS; :3 ;For $1 1 ; BANQUET 2 For --
I! : in shelters and transportation
spark plugs 'condenser
I of injured. ,

: I We hone to start these courses FOOD FAIRtOFFEE ,MAXWELL HOUSE DINNERS "
1 Clean and soon in Nassau County. Individuals -(;

I I ; set points ,0 and Checkgeneratorf voltage 'I churches- classes groups of or twenty organizations .\i 49c 1(1)ffPE( ) 59c i iLb CMcken"DeeC.lIam 8'9'( -

five or fifty persons wishing I Chopped Beef 'or Turkey
.LbCanTimil :
0> Set timing regulator to avail thf>mst>h'es of this oo: ,i ,Can I
nortunity should contact the Limit 1'With '$5 Tood'Ordcr 1 'With $5 Foal Order '
I Nassau County Health Department .1
: 1 0 Adjust carburetor '8 Check batteryI or Col. Walter J. Preston,! c -,.- ,

: __ _-:.: .pnn" \ : '" .,..r I Nassau Director. County Civil Defense ,FYNE TASTE '16 'oz.AppleScwce. {G0UDEN( ROSE Plain or'Self Rising

"rstone NEW TREADS More newspaners are sold t.J : Fir

every day than the total numberof 1 $1 I tLbs 3S
\ *; APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES. passeneer cars registered:*.ifl 8 For : ; c

\\*** the United States.izatlons. ]
I' ; ; lei .LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER _.. .
\ \ Narrow or Wide Design, i They invite your attention -- ----- --------

\ 'Tubeless :or Tube- ype 4 for ; I So do I! .Mr : :

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Our Nero Trccdt, idmtifitd by Medallion and ;""iwlAr' New.that I've retired, so ham7

GUARANTEED wife. In a I can't blame i ii i H
I : I. Aftlut defects la vorknuaship tad materials durinr lift of tmJ. 4949
!. Ai int fioraul rod hmrds (except rcpalnb! puactara) cacoua i her. After getting up at 6:30 dam,I
) lit" Und .la ntrydty pasMnger nr KM for It moatds.Zeylaeemeatayror for 45 years to make my break;1 FRESH ..' 3Lbs PORK LIVER PORK LOiN SALE..
r t4 CIa tread war**prices curat I lAo
*t Urn tf adjutant. .1.1 .fast, she now snoozes till lunch i
Plus tax:end 4 trade- n tired 1 She looks so peaceful, it irritates RIB END ROASTLb. :-
\fne.Sltaut she continue to :fix I I Reaches .29c ; I L ib IJ

a/yrSTY CHECK my breakfast? v .
... I J. L. M, Detroit, Mich. / I BEEF TRIPE 33c :
f Stop whining. At this stage of

i 1 M0 i I the tame: you're lucky to jet I' ,Sliced '39c lb.
lunch! I I TENDER 21bs; .

LEM!? Write to Helen Ahwrt.l j: STRING CHOPS or ROASTLb.
National Senior Center, Lebkh!' 29
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-.-'\ -- '%cres.iTfc. 'Write ilofeyfor.the; BEANS: r
) '' ,118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614482 free list of booklets and services 69c Sliced 49c"lb.riAnnr '
available to you, compliments of .

this column. _.

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Pate Six -- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 18, 1963 organizations as required shoulder action." Convening the legislature until a fit successor could be ob.
I FLORIDA 1 00tT tTEARS AGO to shoulder indicating their would cost $50,000 and. would accomplish tained. I

rights,, for the protection ,oftthe nothing, the Sentinelsays. July 24 The U. S.. gunboat 1
rr Crime Doesn't Pay Published by \In a letter to'Confederate Secretary women and children and for the The Tallahassee Floridianand Sagamore reports that it found I

I A new postal ruling now makes CENTENNIAL j I of War James A. Seddon, rescue of" Florida from impending Journal is endorsing a spe- eleven barrels of turpentine t f
danger. cial session of the !
the taking of a newspaper, and Governor Milton discusses the day at Haul Over, thirteen miles
r k4 the refusal to pay for the same, 208 Valencia Avenue legal action which resulted in The two Union sailors from the I July 22 A boat from the I north of Cape Canaveral. The CofT-
1 F ir' ii'iis a theft and any person guilty ,of Coral Alachua County when the Con- Fort Henry who were killed yes U.S.S. Fort Henry, in charge of federates were planning to place
Gables 34 Florida
such action is liable to prosecu- federate War Department triedto terday in the engagement at the I II Orderly Sergeant C. Nugent, it on board a blockade runner. *

s ii tion the same as if he had stolen I Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, impress railroad iron belonging I Waccasassa River was buried to-I made a midnight reconnaissance I I I July 25 Colonel G. Troup
i ;. goods to the amount of the sub University of Florida to the Florida Railroad Com- day in the cemetery at Sea Horse J into Bayport this evening. Nugent Maxwell, First Florida Cavalry, ,
scription.A pany. Former U. S. Senator David -I Key 1[ reports "the harbor clear of sail writing from camp near Knot
New York paper has already Significant Florida Events L. Yulee is asking for an injunction The Confederate prize James I III I of any kind." !ville, Tennessee to the editor &f
commenced suit against:: for July, 1863 I restraining impressment Battle and 600 bales of cotton arrived The U.S.S. Hendrick Hudson I the Florida Sentinel says that lie

several subscribers of such an July 18 The Confederate agents from removing the iron. II in Key West today She is made contact with the Port Royal is not a candidate for Congress!
offense.By prize sloop Rosalie has been The iron was to be used to com described as' "one of a large fleet i iI I at West Pass today and received i"I should despise myself if I was
'tM ( the way the announce- taken into Federal service by authority -I plete railway connections between I of blockade runners carrying on a j three Confederate deserters from I anywhere else than in the Army
ment was taken from the Sep- of the U. S. District Court, central Florida: and the Chatta- steady and successful trade between th 1st Regiment, Georgia Regulars -:- and while this cruel war lasts,
tember 10, 1881 issue of the Key West. She will be attached as hoochee River. Milton wants the I Mobile and Havana. The and, a refugee. Th command1er while my country continues to
I y Fernandina Express.) a tender to the blockading steamer railroad completed and he asks Battle was the finest packet on1; of the Hendrick Hudson re-i suffer and bleed, while Lincoln':
at Charlotte Harbor. Last the Secretary, "Shall what is necessary the Alabama River and was alt : ports that all four "have taken I hellhounds are polluting our soil ,
I ,4- month the Rosalie took four prizesone to the defense of Floridabe ered to suit her for a blockade I the oath of allegiance." i with their touch, murdering and I

I Florida a sponge vessel. Another was ordered or shall the state be runner, at a large expense. The I July 23 In a report to Washington II' robbing making widows of our

TEMPERS FLARE ON SUB Frankie Avalon the schooner Anne, captured left defenseless" in compliment to Warren, Fannie, William Bagley, 1 Admiral Bailey discusses noble women and orphans of their I
twenty miles up Peace Creek Mr. Yule! W. H. Smith, Alabama, Alice VI- :| the problems in Key West caused j beloved children; while the Devil
restrains Gary Crosby as tempers flare in "Operation Council ReportsBy with thirteen bales of cotton. The July 21 Florida has received vian, and St Mary's are other by the vacancy in the judgeship I keeps his co-laborers on this con \
Bikini", showing Sunday and Monday at the Han Theatre other two were small craft of lit I an urgent request from the Quartermaster vessels of the same class." Admiral of the U. S. District Court. "The i' tinent harassing good people} I
and Saturday at the Drive-N. tle value. I General for a supply of Bailey says in a report to i fact that the bench of this court while life lasts and health con ,
W. J. Clapp, President I Palmetto fans for the Richmond is the
The U. S. S. DeSoto today seiz- Washington, "The DeSoto I is unfulfilld embarrasses every tinues until my country takes I
Florida Power Corporation hospitals. All that can be furnished vessel I have with sufficientspeed '
only her
ed the blockade running steamer proceeding of a judicial character, :, proper elevated position
tt A CAPITOL LETTER Today's world is one of push James Battle with a cargo of as a donation will be thank- to overtake any of these I for the remaining U. S. officials, among the Nations of the earth I
buttons; toggle switches, -and cotton and rosin. I fully received, and those who require traders. I have stationed a vessel the district attorney, the mar- I would not; be anywhere eke.
BY JERRY MOCKTALLAHASSEE to speak, where they controlledsuch wall receptacles. And electricity July 19 Boats from the U. S. pay therefore will receivea northwest of Tortugas in their j shall, the clerk of the court, the I[There are gentlemen enough in tout
Once as appointments, building, is as taken-for-granted today as I S. Fort Henry at Cedar Keys fair compensation. Fans shouldbe i track, and a week never passes ) prize commissioners, are unable !! State of capacity, energy and j
the rise of the morning sun. have today brought in twenty- sent in care of Edward Barn- that she does not sight some one i i to take any important step with industry to fill usefully all civil {I
again it has been brought out etc.The I ard, Quartermaster General, Tallahassee 1 of them. At the time of the military :
former state senator from But, when a button is pushedand two bales of cotton recently capured capture out the sanction of a judge, unless positions, who are over the (
that all is not serene within the I I who asks that they not of the Battle another was insight ', choose No under the t
Orange Park has been fairly nothing happens, there is in the Waccasassa River. they to assume a considerable -' age. man age
State Cabinet. successful:: in his opposition. The cause for immediate alarm The Confederates had already be delayed as they are "much I to which the DeSoto gave I degree of j judicial responsibility of 45 years ought to receh'e.1
Tom Adams, secretary of $25 million college bond plan and there becomes a sudden, deep burned 120 bales. needed by" wounded ,and sick chase. The Sunflower is also off and to exercise doubtfulpowers. vote, and anyone under that age
state, spoke out against what passed, but received much, appreciation for the availabilityof July 20 The Federals reporta Floridians. Tortugas and has chased several Meantime, prizes are arriving asking it ought to be ashamed of
notice that bonds finally hit electric skirmish with Confederates on but in most cases they escape every few days like the I himself. The patriot is found
he called "bolt from the blue"j power.
a headlines and restrictions have Few people realize what com- I the, Waccasassa River today. According FLORIDA DURING THE CIVILWAR both these cruisers by superior j I James Battle, sent in yesterdayby either with Sword in his hand or
appointment to the newly formed I been placed on much of the state plex, expensive operations are I to their report, a launchin speed. I feel confident that if the j| the DeSoto, with six hundred I' rifle on his shoulder." .'
job of director of the unland bond By DR. JOHN E. JOHNS, Department will send me two I bales of which should
transactions. The gag rule necessary to insure dependable charge of the chief boatswain'smate cotton bej I In an effort to destroy Confed
Training Centers of"Bill Ma-I was successfully blocked. The electric service, not only to homes I from the U. S. S. Fort Henry Stetson University swift steamers like the DeSoto II adjudicated. These steamers, I crate rail connections around M(< .

poles, brother of Se*..,\ fiayton. Mapoles appointment went businesses, and industries in the off Cedar Keys was fitted out AVAILABLE ABOUT JUNE 15, can eventually put a stop to though admirably adapted to bile, Captain William Merrill, United
ilapoles of Milton. I\ Il ', through, but it is possible the community, but also to those of with ten days rations and orderedto 19G3 i lucrative trade. I have directed Southern waters are useless at States Engineers, recommends -
Adams said he hatfbply five final word has not been said on the nation. "proceed off Bayport, to keep that the cotton on the Battle be I the North and ill fitted to make I a cavalry raid from Pen.-
minutes notice of 'thftfrfelection such appointments.It The key to such finger-tip elec. out of sight during daytime be Order From UNIVERSITY OF sent north on the General Cobb if the, voyage. They must, however, sacola. In describing Confederate
I' of Mapoles by a Ca eti'com is unlikely this has hurt tric power is "interconnections." hind an island there, and at night- FLORIDA PRESS, Gainesville, the marshall can make his arrangements be sent on or else the responsibility -I defenses at Mobile, the officer
\ mittee composed of Ed Larson, Adams to any major extent. He These webs of power connections I time to endeavor to intercept the Floridaor with the Captain, and of transferring the cargo says that they are "mostly eight
state treasurer; Ray Green has ,received considerable press exist between generating plantsof blockade runners." In passing the that the Battle herself be sent to and making proper chargeable':and ten inch columbiads, obtained
state comptroller; and Tom! Bailey notice of his rebellion againstthe each company'sytern, and Wacasassa River, the Federals FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL New Orleans for sale at the marshall's 'with such duties. In view of these { from Pensacola after the evacua
state superintendent pub- cabinet, particularly Bryant. also with those systems of neigh- noted "a large amount of loose COMMISSIONPrice convenience, she being par facts and also of the greatly increased tion by the rebels." "-
lie ''education. ._ The governor attempted to slash boring electric companies. cotton floating downstream." $6.00 plus Sales Tax and ticularly adapted to the carrying I expenditure in prize cas July 27 In a statement issued
:' Adams said this happened' ) before several hundred thousand dollars Interconnections know no boun- Thinking that they could make a Postage of plantation produce." es resulting from the, absence of i today, Admiral Bailey announces
when Louis Wainwright from Adams ,budget for the daries; they leap county lines "good cotton capture" the boats- I The Florida Sentinel opposes the prize judge, I would respectfully i 1 that fourteen persons, "having
I 'was appointed dir ctor'of the present biennium But Adams and state lines to provide electric wain's mate ordered the group to Governor Milton again appealsto Governor Milton's plans to call suggest that, an appoint-t given their parole not to bear
prison system. .tf'f' outfoxed Bryant on that. He power wherever and when. pull up river. Suddenly, as they Floridians to volunteer their I the legislature into the special ment be, made of some person'' arms against! the U. S. go\'en11
Adams, objection.! 'no more merely took his case to the Leg ever required. approached a narrow part of the services for companies to be used I I session for the purpose of extending competent to fill the office and I ment, nor to give aid, comfort, or I
f in a series of well-placed protests islature with the argument: Florida Power Corporation and river, they were fired upon from for Florida's defense. lie says state militia laws. The Governor who will at once assume its du information to the enemies of the
t against what he/tult. were Don't you legislators think it is other Florida investor-owned both banks by about fifty or six- that this appeal of June 20, has I was urged to convene the I ties. As Key West was never I government of the United States
major cabinet errors. }The, first i up to you rather than Bryant companies 'are members of an or- ty rifles. Two Union soldiers were net. been "as cheerfully and legislature last spring, "but declined healthier than now, I do not think I unil regularly exchanged, haVj;
:of this series was his opposition I to decide how much money this ganization known as the Inter struck, one through the neck promptly responded to as I had : to do so." -If the govern that any consideration as to sea been given permission to leave I
I to the $25 million college bond office should get? The Legislature connected Systems Group whichis which killed him instantly and hoped from a knowledge of your : ment wants to increase, the army, son should deer a judge from this place (Key West) in the fishing
I program, passed oVer Ms protest I bought and gave Adams composed of over 130 electri the other through the body and intelligence, patriotism and courage -!"then President! | Davis should coming down forthwith. If none smack Welcome and to
t : by the cabinet. This was a what his office considered a satisfactory utility companies whose systemsare he died in about a half hour. No to believe it would be. The convene the Congress and let that other' can be found, I am of the proceed in her to Charlotte Harbor I
i project ,of Gov. Farris Bryant.L budget. interconnected. Emergency one else was "materially hurt". safety and honor of the state de- I body confer upon him additional opinion that, should the President without touching at any other
Another Adams, objection was I The Adams faction feels his supplies of electric power can be I The Union men started firing mands, the services of not only authority to bring every man capable request it,.Judge Marvin who is point, there to be landed."
t, to 'what he felt was anattemptby cpposition has begun a new era drawn from other electric com- and the Confederates "decampedand all liable to military duty, but I of bearing amis into 'Confederate now in New York and who had .
Dr.' Broward Cutp 1PeTt. di. I in the cabinet, one in which issues panies from as far north as the in a few minutes the launch every man and boy capable of service Tnere ,would then filled the position of admiralty Every day the American public
t 'rectorof the Board of Control, are questioned and discuss Great Lakes and as far west as pulled out of range and returned bearing arms. Let none hesitate. I be "a common head, a unified judge for twenty years with such buys more daily newspapers thap
{. 'to censor the state university I ed more openly, that the times the Pacific northwestA alongside at midnight. With one accord let all voluntarily mode of organization, no conflict i; unfaltering rectitude and rare all the paper match books gives
presidents.The I of individual influence and empire few summers ago, a 350- place themselves in military of jurisdiction, no separate state l ability, would resume the office away free.YOUR -
Adams protests are part building may be on the de 000-kw turbine of the Cleveland at the moment of power crisis. _.. -- _
of an attempt by him to get cline. (Ohio) Illuminating Company un All interconnected systems
moire, cabinet business in front The tiff undoubtedly is a expectedly went off the line. must be "locked" in the same
of 'the public.! Usually, cabinet I healthy, sign. In Tallahassee, Electric power was urgently, de- generating, frequency for maxi t
members have had their own I when things go too smoothly, sperately needed to restore full mum efficiency. The frequency t r 0u
spheres of influence, empires, so I you better watch out service to the area. Interconnc- must be the same in Ohio, for
tions went into action that Florida. The
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tended from Cleveland, Ohio, to frequency common to all systemsis
[. AUTO AIR-CONDITIONERS the system headquarters of Flor- 60 cycles per second."Clockwatchers .
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New-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 18, 1963 Page Seven I l lW lt !

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; Jax Tourney Monday WiTH FOR A VORACIOUS SMALL, I\prE.'nT 1..4 11'

i' FISH THE i LORjv ;:

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I I 1 drew a first round bye. I i'Terry Rowe, Mark Haddock,I GAR :

Little' In games Tuesday ,afternoon Steve Solomon Fletcher Shurley, ,r., 1
I travel to Edgewater plays Merritt Island!II t Billy Burbank Stewart Pikula 15 AN UNPOPULAR
I., Tommy Skipper Mike Douglas, t lNHABItMr OF :
i night to I at one o'clock followed by De.I Lee Godwin, Ricky Jones, Mike :
I I in the I II Land-Highlands game at three I'' Sapp, Mark Morris, Carl Harris RIDA 6AR Itlt ,r .,, ,, t t'I
'o'clock. The five ,o'clock SN
I being game and William Gass. Ronnie Me- '-SNORT Ann BfoAO t t FR ..
I diamond.I I finds Indian River City playing j Donald and Clint Rich were picked "" !.EHS TN To wnT lZ5 'I
I will battle Cocoa Beach and rounding out t tI as alternates

I j'j'I o'clock in i j I the second: day's action at seven :, Seven of the local team are !"'' '
o'clock will be
j I Arlington playingJax i
I belting the ball at a .400 clip MOST ABUNDANT FLORIDA GAR O GARS .
the Navy Ortega. J j with Stewart Pikula the leader
I up I !. HAVE A LUN -LIJ I If Fernandina Beach wins the
; with a .478 mark. Fletcher Shur .. '
first on Monday night, :. THAT AIDS THE GILLS IN THE A8SORPT10tJ -
i afternoon : game ley is hitting .408, Lee Godwin \'L HG-No.=ED CAR a
I Cocoa they will see action again on .457, Terry Rowe .444, Billy Bur- .'.. T\Lo. Ci NIP tw'ROW OF OXYGEN WHEN THE SUPPLY IN THE:
i' in the : Wednesday at three o'clock bank .433, Steve Solomon 431, WATER IS LOW DUE TO HOT WEATHEROR
>> I against' the winner of the Forest Iew i j Carl Harris .426. POUUTlOfJ 9 OTHER FISHES OFTEN
Vie\t at : V t -Rockledge game. ( A large crowd is expected to FIB UNDER SUCH
I ) after-1, The local team will be com .follow the team to Jacksonville

: posed of the following players: I on Monday night. $ ,
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Tuesday,"'I I BY CURT GORDON Tournament, 41. The game was EDI B LE 1 GAR EGGS ARE POISON
i Motel I The Fernandina Beach Senior : played at the City Ball Park. "
presi f League All-Stars lost to Naval Fernandina took a 1-0 lead inI I GAME ANP FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSioN
I Air Station All-Stars in the the second inning when Mike I

) last meet opening game of the Northern j j jI .: Pikula singled and Alan Cover -
; secretary, blasted a long triple over the --
] centerfielder's head. That proved I
I Cubs Win 16.4 to be all of the scoring for the
: afternoon for the local boys how-
; was

I : Over Jets For I. ever.The visitors took the lead in

j I the the top of the third when Lee i

I | : began 2nd Half Title Wenger was safe after Hank
I run "until Bailey failed to come up with
bouncer Trave I
; Wenger's Maug
I I reported f 1 The Chem-Cell Cubs belted ham walked and Morris Weaver'
would out 13 base hits to score 10 runs bunted to Pikula at the pitcher's
I the golf i l as they trounced the Rotary Jets, mound but all runners were safeas _
i I near fu ; 16.4, to wrap up the second half Pikula's throw to third was I
: be placed '; championship. They play the: too late. Bill Hudgin singled to ,
Redlegs on Thursday for the' score two runs and later scored
I meeting I Little League title for the sea. when Dickie Fox threw wild in
,Miss son.Fletcher an attempt to pick Hudgin off i I iijYIii1I
I Tho- I Shurley and Mike I II third.

I : ) Cecil Hall, I Ashe led the attack with three The final NAS run came in
I : *J. D.(t hits apiece for the Cubs with : the seventh when Weaver walk- I
i Ronnie McDonald William Gass!
; R. EntzI : ed, was sacrificed to second by ,
Mrs.I and Steve Solomon getting two ; Brent Shore and later scored on
f fI hits apiece. Max Hord /
Al camp
I I, an infield single by Tom Brown- I
I Mrs. Ro i through with one hit. Gass and : ing. I
iJ i I Solomon smacked out triples for
Loptfen, :
I Mike Pikula was on the hill
( W. M.{t the Cubs.
for Fernandina for six two-j
I Mrs.j Eddie Justice, Steve Ensley, !
i! third innings, allowing only two
J. !'Billy Burbank, Larry Knowles
; 'I hits, walking six and striking
'( Jr. I'and Kenny Harris got the five !
I 'Jet hits. otit 6. He was relieved by Bobby
be held I Johnson with two out in the I II
at 11 a.m. Max Hord did the pitchingfor I
allowed hit
I i seventh. Johnson one
the Cubs and was tough in I ,
!i and walked one before retiring : +,xv:. Maw WITHTUFSYN
Vickie the clutches although he walkedten.
the front j' He struck out 3.. the side. rDE
I I Morris Weaver did the pitch.
Score by innings: '
I v- i the winners and allowed
meet- Jets t -' HO 101 -' t 5 >
j Cubs :345 031' 16 13 i four hits, struck out 11 and k ..yC.
I Rich, Harris and Uffleman; 'I walked only one Fernandina bat- '

I Hord. and Gass.Hornets ter.Two I
fielding gems of the game

BEACH"JEWEL were turned in by NAS playersas All.Weather 42"
FERNANDINA Defeat Bill Hudgins, NAS 'shortstop,
I did a flip to grab a ball hit by
I Benny Alvarez over second basein
OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" I Braves To End the second inning, but failedto : ::3.TNYLON
throw Alvarez out at firstLee with TUFSYN

Half Title HopesThe Wenger went deep into left .. .

t I field to make a running catch on Longest mileage,toughest rubber Goodyear has ever used In auto. tires I I.
a ball belted by Granville Bur
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Methodist Braves' 11.4, to Alan Cover's triple was the I
erase all Brave hopes for the 'game's longest blow with Alvarez I $
George's FLORIDA'S SuburbanPropane second half t'tle. The Braves Pikula and Burgess getting '
FIRST were l leading. for most of the the other Fernandina hits. ,

period. 1 Hudgin collected two hits for 2ROADIIAZARB
Gas Co.
Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Terry Rowe did the pitchingfor NAS with Browning getting the ;1
the Hornets and allowed I'
other single.
2 N. FRONT ST. ,
L YOUR NEEDS IN only six hits struck put eight j Box Score: I 70x15 tube. ''
Machine Work 18-HOLE LP GAS AND | and walked four. Fernandina Beach ab r h : Whitewall plusta.end2Gresoffyour.
LINKSTIDES APPLIANCES Steve Hendrix, Tony Vizcar- Bailey, 2b 300
GAS car.
Welding, Brazing rondo, Cecil Bennett and Rowe Alvarez ss 301
Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St. : led the nine hit attack on Tommy Beryl Rice, Ib 300
Phone 2 1.3661 I Skipper, Brave pitcher, with Miller, cf 300
Special Service :.To two hits apiece with Tommy Pikula, p-3b 311 : NO MONEY DOWN!
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Shrimp TrawlersAll Stewart getting the other Horne Fox c.rf 300 GUARANTEE

Work Guaranteed -, T. H. KING hit. Burgess, If 301 for 15 Months FREE MOUNTING!
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. I Mike Douglas was the best t,l Cover, rf-c 201 ;i
Monday Thru Saturday at JETTIES PHOTO SHOP I hitter for the Braves with 3 hits :, Mike Rice 3b 200 ]

Phone Day 261-3111 Add 30 Minutes Far Roll Processing 1 f I with Skipper getting 2 and Carl I I Johnson, p 100 .
Night 261-5333 Developing ,& Printing Harris one. j Total 26 1 4 Brand
I All-New
Ferniadina Harbor !
Kodak Film Score by innings: I NAS ab r h1 j
Braves 002 .200 46 Weaver p 310 :
HIGH LOW Photo SuppliesMovieColored Hornets 131 06x 11 9 I Shor, 3b 400'' All-Weather
: & Regular Skipper and Douglas; Rowe :: Hudgins, ss 312 I
Friday, July 19 Weddings and Burton. !! Covington, e 200 WITH 'Iiflhtc

"Porcelainize" G:51: a.m. 12:52: a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only Browning, Ib 301
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Studios At 504 Ash St. $ 95 TUFSYNLongest
7:19 p.m. 12:59: p.m. B'I!I Whitner, rf 300
I Kordet, If 200
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES Phone 261.4586'ESTIMATE mileage.loughesl
Saturday, July 20 I Hebert, If 100 rubber
Tu em6.001lJ! Goodyear has ever ,,
LONGER THAtf 7:45: a.m. 1:44: a.m. County Road Team I' Wenger, cf 310 br.knll plus used in auto tires! ;ti ...."N
FREE : Iau ham, 2b 210 .
ORDINARY 1yAJO[! 8:09: p.m. 1:51: p.m. f tat and use off TUFSYN
Total 26 4 3 your car. ROAD HAZARD

LASSERRE MOTORCO. Sunday, July 21 NO OBLIGATION I With 13-3 1 WinJ. Naval Air 003000 Station -1-432 GUARANTEE for 18 Months

I 8:36: a.m. 2:34 a.m. Chain LinkRedwood & D. Holden pitched the Box Fernandina Beach ,
8:55: p.m. 2:42 p.m.Monday Plant to a 13.3 victory over the 010 000 0 1 4 6 TUBELESS

I S. 8th St. 1'h. 2613819Going 22 FencesUp County Road team in City softball LOB NAS,. 8; Fernandina 5. LOOK HERE COR YOUR SIZE 8LACKWAU WHITEHALL
i action. Holden allowed only : COOilJ $1195 $1415
To 36 Months to
9:23 a.m. 3:20 a.m. 6 hits and struck out 6 in tossing I 650il3 $12.95 $1595
Fishing? 9:39: p.m. 3:30: p.m. 261-4157 'I' the victorj I j! Holden Pitches SIZE AND PRICE) 7.50.14 $1545 $1145
The Box Plant scored 2 runs "
23 ANY TIME. SOOiMTUBETYFE $17.50 $20.50
Tuesday, July
in the first, then scored 11 in ;
,I Visit Us ForE 10:09: a.m. 4:06: a.m. the final two innings to wrap up : Box Plant To 9-3 850114 $1979 $2220
Complete Line Of 10:19: p.m. 4:17 p.m. Porter & Love qui s t. .the victory, I SIZE BIACKWAU WHITEWALL 6.10.15 $1545 SII..'
Cary Braddock led the team : 6.7QU3 $1135 $1645 7.10il5 $17.50 $2050
General Contractors Over KAC
Fishing Tackle Wednesday, July 21 I in hitting with 3 hits with Tiger 7.10,15 $154 $18.es 7.601 $19.20 $22.29
Rods ,Reels 10:53 = SPECIALTIES MaUox. blasting a home run. 7.60U3 _$17.30 _$2030 .DO 115 $2189 .
: a.m. 4:48: a.m. WOODWORKING I $24 Id
Duncum smashed out .hits in- J. D. Holden set the KAC
Outdoor Camping 11:01: 5:03 PLASTIC SURFACING I II .0.001-11. $12.70 I20il5 $21JO $2413
p.m. : p.m. eluding a triple while John team down with just two hits as i
EquipmentFIRESTONE CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS Smith and Johnny Morris col.lected I the Box Plant trounced them, j ji All/ prices plus tax and tire off your car.
Thursday July 25 KITCHEN AND BATH '
REMODELINGComplete two hits. Richard Foster,.i 9-3. The only big blow off HolI t t41J1J.
11:37: a.m. 5:31 a.m. Holden, Harold Reynolds sharedin den I was triple in the fifth inn- ;| ; .
11:41 5:50 ShowroomFor II I ing by Jernigan to account for .:", tl '
BEACH SUPPLY p.m. p.m. the Box Plant hitting. I SEE US THE NEXT TIME
Color Coordination Blackwood led the losers at all three KAC runs. W. E. Smith 'V' .
117dtI.aUeArs 2fiMII2 'noes Courtesy collected the other base hit in : 'VJ J : },
Coast It Geodetic Sum Phone 261-3068 | the plate with 2 hits while Ham-i .rf .l
mond poked a home run. Purdy the fourth inning. j i YOU NEED TIRES
Brown and Longstreet collected Cary Braddock led. the Box I 4
I Plant with two hits with Holden,
FUN hits.Score by innings: ]I Harold Reynolds Herrington, IN THE SUN
] Box Plant 200 005 6 13 13'' Tiger Mattox Johnny Morris
DCRP 000 030 0 3 and Shorty Lovett getting hitsj,
,. AT FERNANDINA BEACH Holden and Reynolds; Brown, !for the winners. i LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY

George and Purdy. ; Score by innings: I
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I the KAC Redlegs a double defeat ,' n ', "'f2 pNNAST df tirf I
last Friday afternoon as
I r they won over the Redlecrs, ';-5,I
; in. the regulation full game, then I j Quantity Rights Reserved
, defeated the RedIf 9, 2.1, to Prices Good Thru July 20th
complete a game that was tied i! coPYRISNTnisOp
: between the two teams a few I II I STORtS ,. .
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Hijreinbothara, Stew.
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itt Pikula and Mark Morris led iI I
the Senators in hitting! with 2hit
;' apiece in the opener with
Paul Scrantz, ,Ladd Gordon, Bob i I IM
bv Ferreira, ilifccy Town<*nd, : y
ilESty McDonald and Kenny King Ij ,
i j getting hits for the Senator : j
; Lee Godwin led the Redlesrsi! I' 3 Pork f'
: with 2 hits with Robert Godwin, !,! .I Roast LB 39 ..
I Mike Sapp, Lee Key getting hits I I NJ J f
for: the Redlegs. ( 1
i i i In the abbreviated second game "PEYTON PLACE", starring Lana Turner, Hill be one of I
ii i i : thejledlegs scored when 29r
; Phil Alday singled a to run drive in the big double feature, attractions playing Sunday and I pppCr. Cheese o k

I Ricky Jones who had walked, but Monday at the Han: Theatre., The co-feature is "OPERA 1
: in the last: of the :inning' -Paul TION IMKIXr, starring:: Tab Hunter. I Fresh Tender Young fl
I Schrantz, Windle Higginbotham ._ _
I 1 and Ladd Gordon singled and Stew j ji I Small Hickory Smoked

art two.Pikula runs for doubled the victory drive in:the McKendree Wins i I, County Road Team;{ J.I'r4POLE: LL

I I Score' by Innings: I : nd HAMSShank : \
In Jax Gets 6-1 Win Over
: Senators 100 210 7 12! / ,, ..
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: arc Pikula Haddock.I and. McDonald; Sapp Outboard RacesCarson 1 i (hem-Cell Cubs I : ., if j

I I. ---- McKendree was the I The County Road team came I : "
only local entry in the Northeast through with a 6-1 softball wind i .:; ,
Florida Championship Races, over Clem-Cell last Fritlav night i I :; 2 29
" I I ; TOllgl1 sponsored Sunday by the Jacksonville as George set Chem-Celi down Half Ti.: 3p [ ; ; '; IBs.
Outboard Club. with. just three hits. tl tj ll.
The races were held in the af I Hammond was the bg man .
I ternoon on the St. John's River for DCRP with a home run while ; ,. : \ .
WnsMhEnaimls from the Club' docks in the George collected 2 hits and LB. '
: :I Arlington area.McKendree Brown one. I ... r Peaches4E49r. n) f
and Bunch '
i r I raced his '45 h.p. Lee Brvson were,I .
Chem-Cell able
i iI' rig in the 75 h p. class and' came the only players
i. in fourth in both heats. to solve the slants of George. I
: : In the consolation race, whit Smith did the pitching for the Whole or Butt Half LB. 45 l- XL
included all entries except,first, losers and did not allow but four
\ i' second and third place winners, hits in the pitching duel. I'
I !. fiJ. ; he waltzed in to second place) DCRP 001 140 0 6 4'i, SAVE :JYit EACH Limit 3 cans with $5.00 food order STANARD3wcAN
: I beating every boat but one --will Chem-Cell 010 000 0 1 3'
wood- a 100 h.n. engine. He was awarded George and Jess; Smith. and T
I I a handsome trophy. for his Lee.In W-D BEEF SALE J Tomatoes 5 I.
lcorT. second betweenthe
the .
efforts. game Full Cut Boneless Round Round Bone Shoulder J .
In the races, McKendree -picked two teams DCRP edged L 4
i walls I up 1025 points toward the Chem.( l1, 9.8 with DCRP getting Steak u. 880 Roast u. 590 SAVE 11* EACH BLUE, WHITE ARROW Limit one please. I Ij
I local championship trophy of th* eight hits and Chem-Cell Fresh Lean, Ground
) andJbrnttw 1 I Fernandina Beach Boat'Clnb. collecting 7. Beef 5 T
Purdy came through with 2 to LChuck u.. 490 Pkg. Detergent GIANT BOX 481.
lead the winners at the plate
I b ; Senators Close while Hammond Brown, Jess ,.
and hits. I
George got
II You can't beat durable "Duco"I Season With 12-6 Lee was the best hitter for dh( dht Land 0' Sunshine CreameryBUTTE
: enamels for lone wear, lasting Chem-Cell with 2 hits while Bill
I ( beauty.Use world-famous"Duco" Royal, Bryson, Venn Pipkin, 50 Extratf.Green.Stamps]
1 cne-coat-magfe Gloss Enamel In Win Over CubsThe Morris and Smith collected hits. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
I doors or out,..for walls and woodwork Score by innings: ,
\ wood and metal furniture. Senators closed out their i Chem-Cell 120 202 1 8 7
I Fdr a lovely low-luster finish, -100 Litile League season by DCRP 400 011 2 9 8 FordhookorBabyLimasCOOD.THRU .
1:. choose "Duco" Satin Sheen defeat'! the Cubs 1 -Tuesday Suriano and Lee; George and ; JULY SOTH .
Enamel Both are quick drying, afternoon The Cubs have one Jess. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE "r., ., .._'.,
easy to use. ,31 t "- "' .,, .
more game to play as they won ;+
: the second .half title and wR "
I' play the Redlegs for the ....... Little League Championship on ==;l itii'. B't.
"DUCO" GLOSS Thursday.The I PEACH Lfmit bn
LeagueHardee's [58 Extra d.m"Green Stamps $
SO Colors, |doss EnameI| t in scoring the victory while a.. : STRAWBERRY order. 'ormore.
ONLY the Cubs used 13 during the con. Softball team lost Two PKCS.FROZEN .
3.05 Qrk ... : ,doubleheader last Wednesday I Lee's Chopped Steaks \,. :FUDGE RIPPLE VAN
test.Mark Morris, Billy Sutton, Eddie I night when Meyer's defeated the i t 'VANILLACHOCOLATE '
t Wilds, Stewart Pikula, Wyne league-leaders, 5.3. in the opening i AT COOD ANYwINN THRU:JUtY 10TH DIXIE, .
and Moore's followed and -
I Dubois and James Smith got the game 32
I "DUCO" seven Senator hits while Jimmy; handed Hardee's another 5.1 i I HI-ACRES FROZEN ORANGE '

t .. SAT'N"SHEENI ENAMEL the Peacock Cubs and'with Darrell two hits Benntr apiece..It'tll i'' loss C. in Knight the ,nightcap M. Menshaw and A'I I t)t., Ice CreamHALF Juicew5ll .fjL, 6-0:.' .9 91
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Fullwood led Meyer's team CANS
Max Herd, Johnny Hollis and .
22 color tilJl. '.
allnShe.tt I hitting with 2 hits apiece withL. I Extra"D..F(. Green StampsM] .
., ONLY Stanley Stewart collected bib
---- for the Cubs. Gill, Virginia Brewer, Eleanor i I, WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ;
3.05 Edwin: Rowland and Ronnie Flint and Cathy Dopson getting' ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN '6 M 3$1'
McDonald did the. pitching for hits for the winners.' I Coconut Cake ,
; Nassau Building the Cubs with James Smith and Jane Roland and Betty Becton GALLON SOUTHERN.. BELLE FROZEN DEVILED
Windle Iflgginbotham sharing led Hardee's in hittingvith 3 JULY tOTH
I the pitching duties for the Senate hits apiece with Ann Herrington ; AT ANY WINN-DIXIE Crabs .9/ ..
i I & Supply Co. :t rs. getting two. Taunce Smith,I 33 eGUARANTEEP TO PLEASE $r6' .
Score by innings: Deasy Mattox, Carrie Alvarez,!
t SAVE 8*' EA. Limit. 2 wfth $$5.00ood order... .
1129 S. Slh Ph. 261-36IS Senators OOi 712 12 7 Audrey Mpllts and Lou Davies : = ''
Cubs 103 002 67 shared in the hitting. I : '' "
I Mont Paints Smith, Higginbotham and McDonald Eleanor Flint. and Cathy Dop ;I 50Eztra 0 l",6reenStbn" a swim y Delsey Tissue ,2grri 19l :

: PiluUu Rowland, McDonald son was the battery for Meyer's 1 THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
and Douglas. while Taunce Smith and Hender .,
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ANY Pus.FROZENGhvnKingGbiiieseFood -
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son formed the battery N: '"

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scored all five runs GOOD THRU JULY 10TH 'IdSfl
in the fifth inning to defeat Har j AT ANY WINN-DIXIE_ '. ?
i 'S dee's in the second game, 5-1. I 341 .
; __ Rhonda Guest led the winners at I
the plate with 3 hits with Mary ,
: Reynolds and Hamilton getting' ...: c ax '**$?
3 2 hits each. Franklin, Linda Sig- = "
mon, Mollis, Fouler and SUn 50 Extra .W:CreeD Stamps] $* ; sSoiW7iti ;
collected hits for Moore's. I WITH THJS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF IrJ ;
Henderson led Hardee's in hitting I ONE 40-01. JAR DEEP SOUTH /
with 2 hits with June Ro Pewit biter YOUR' CHOICE liji1 ; .
land, Ann Heryin'gton, Deasy I 3!.
Mattox, Audrey Quills and Lou
Davies getting hits-jfor Hardee's. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ,
\ r ri rt r Rhonda G.ue$j# did the pitching I M ;
for Moore's:'wftp/Mary Reynolds Coffee Shortening
catching! whi& Carrie; Alvarez ,
t J and Hen jonjft was Hardee'i : W -- =:
I battery. ; 'I 5' Extra4..N'&reei St."

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$ --- Men'sSoftball '..,- News From :rb l'A -"" *:- News-Eeader Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday, July-'18, 1963 Page Nine {I I I


FOLLOW THRU staffs, were for a steady stream By June 30, 1961, or at the I Total per-day cost of the 1963 '

1.f League CAPITOLLETTER of employes who worked from I i I close of 'the 60 day, session, 'the i Legislator was about $30,000

The Rec one day on through the session. comptroller's office had paid out ,, compared to about $23,000 in

Chem-Cell < A Many of the jobs were allotted $1,375,471.06. By May 31, 1963, 1961.
The Softball team ,
I on the basis of political patronage. the comptroller's office had paid
outlasted Porter's Fish Camp I BY SANDY DeSANDRO Some of the extra expense
In of the smaller June 17
some out $1,728.46. By near
team, 8-4, in City softball ac a BY JERRY MOCK may be avoided in 1965.4ccording -
tion. Bennett and John L. Smith THURSDAY JULY 18th. I Ceramics Class ( ) counties, there were not enough the end of the extended 1968 i to schedule, the House will

smacked home runs for Chem- Junior ,Olympic in the Pool! Ceramics Room at : Tallahassee When all the jobs to go around, so that many I, session, the comptroller had paid 1' lose 15 members and the, large
1:00-2:00 P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst. tha Puletti, Instr. employes worked only a portionof
Cell while Bill Ward poled one are tallied, the cost of op $2,013,638.80. capital outlay won't be needed.
for Porter's. Ballet Class .(Beginners) in the Mother's the 1963 session of the the session. Many of the j ,

Lee, Gordon, Babb, Bunch and Auditorium at' 2:30 p.m. Jnlanne ference. Room at will be about $2.3:; young pages, also, only worked ..
King came through with singlesfor w I Owens, Inst. Men and Boys' a day or a few ,days. I Smokey Says:

the winners while Simmonswas Ballet Class (Intermediate) in the Health Club is about a million dollars An idea of the number of em- COOPERS'LAUNDRY
the Auditorium at 3:30'' Jul- I ..IF 'tQ)PIMT aJT c+JL'iY
p.m. evening. ployes during the session can be !
the best hitter for Porter'swith dry ., than the $1.375 million tab
o I p1E TREE
anne Owens, Inst. I WEDNESDAY found ina: -pealt week, about two ,
i 2. Hickox and Brewer came .p the 1961 session and can be .
Ballet Class '(Advanced) in the weeks befoYe.the end of the regular j 'VCUVEHADAHAND
through with hits for the losers. II Junior Olympics to several factors, IN POSTERITY/ I
BY WILLIE MATTSONThe Auditorium at 4:30 Julanne ,
p.m. i session. That week the
I Mullis and Thornton workedon 1:00-2:00 P.M. and the :
reapportionment ..
the hill for Porter's with FBWGA July meeting* Owens, InstTeen Ceramics Class 17 days of the 1963 House paid&fd employes and I I resdeh'I Coin Operated I
Club, iaCame, Room 7:15 SenateiG6.,
the By June 17 I I
Smith the for .
doing pitching was held Tuesday noon at the over) in the
these naihbers had trickled down I
Chem-Cell. Seaside Inn. p.m.Men 2:00: p.m., Martha is a breakdown of the I r
Score by innings: and Boys' Health Club in Sub Teen Club to 230 .in ;the. :,House and 131 in Y Mrs. Doris Howard,
Lynda Mattson attended the the Health Club Room, Aj and expense for the. 1963 I the Sena'te> % I
Porter's 121 000 0 4 5 7:15 I Manager
Dothan, Alabama, Junior Girls' evening. at p.m. up to July U
Chem-Cell 030 302 x 8 7 Adult Ceramics I A comparison. of the figures,,
Mullis, Thornton and Wright; tournament ncsday of this Tuesday week. She and Wed FRIDAY JULY 19th. Ceramics Room at Salaries $287,671; I supplied;::bFfie'> ] office of the': 14th & Beech Sts.
Adult Ceramics in Ceramics diem for members, $88,085, I
Smith and Lee. tha.Jean Puletti
fourth in her I state comptroller, between the I
age group. Room 9:30: a.m..12:00: noon, Mar Men and $69,377.94; travel $27- : sessioa (
Boys' I 11961 ,and the 1963 .sesIsion -|
BOX PLANT PORTER'S Poker Hand players last Sat- tha Puletti, Inst. the Health Club ; capital outlay $19,969.04: I i gives' >an indication of the
III The Box Plant banged out 10 urday and Sunday may check Jr. First Aid Course in Confer (
the list at the Pro Shop for evening. I % $139,513.95. I impact of; reapportionment and i Trade At Home
hits ence Room 9:00: a.m.-12:00 t
base including triples by noon. the extend session.
THURSDAY Salaries $506,161,84: ... _
winners' and u.a yw
names f
CONUsr'I '
Holton and John Smith, to hand Sub-Teen Club in the Game I diem $245,500 I Junior Olympics ; expenses '
Porter's a 14-4 shellacking. Room at 7:15 p.m. ,
1:00.2:00 P.M. ; travel $87,306.05; "
: ,
Holden did the pitching again Little Men and Boys' Health Club in '
outlay 66263.11 print
Ballet Class
League ;
( )
for the Box Plant and set Porter's the Health Club Room day and
the Auditorium
down with "'l hits. lie evenin(. :
struck out fy'irr, and walked AllStarsName SATURDAY JULY 20th. Julanne Owens, travel for both houses in-I
Ballet Class work and
1 ( committee or- I
three. Adult Swim Class 10:0011:30: Auditorium My SincereAppreciation
in the
Smith led the hit parade with during the year be. !

.. three hits with linden and Cary Team Average a.m.Teen Julanne Owens, the session started in Apul ,
!i' Braddock getting two apiece. Terry Rowe Hornets .444 Club in the Game Roomat Ballet Class ( ) included in the above to- : .

Mark Haddock Redlegs .235 7:30; p.m.Cotillion the Auditorium the Sen- '
Harold Reynolds, Shorty Lovett are ,$18,150 paid to I( "'
Iw and Bridges collected hits for Steve Solomon Cubs .431 Club Dance in the Julanne Owens, employes as bonuses. These i

<.' the winners. Fletcher Shurley Cubs .468 Auditorium at 9:00 P.M. Senior Citizens were paid 24 employes''t ;.a

Corbett Simmons,"' Wright Billy Burbank Jets .433 Men and Boys' Health Club in Conference Room : range frum $200 to $4,000. :
Ward and Knight jgutr the five Stewart Pikula Senators .478 the, Health Club Room., day. and Teen Club in late Robert W. David, full-!

.. hits for Porter' 7 ;: Tommy Skipper Braves .293 evening, 7:15 p.m. I Senate secretary, received is extended to all who aided me in /P**
., ... Mike Douglas Braves .371 SUNDAY, JULY 21it. Men and Boys' i He died shortly after the
Score L.innings;' Lee Godwin Redlegs .457 Lutheran Church Meeting in the Health Club I Sergeant at arms Leroy :

I ... Porters 301 000,Q. 45 Ricky Jones Redlegs .386 the Conference'Room, at 11:00 a.m. evening; received a $2,000 bon- : any way in my successful ,campaignfor
'. Box Plant 050 OOtf) x 11 10 Mike Sapp Redlega: .395 JULY j
MONDAY 22nd.,
Thornton and Hkkox; Holden : Mark Morris Senators .321 S
and Junior Olympics in the Pool Iso not included and not paid :
Reynolds. Carl Harris Braves .426 the of City Commissioner of
t post
I t, William Gass Cuba .275 1:00-2:00 P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst. this writing wa about $150- ,
Children's An Class i in the Cer- in printing costs, mostly for i

:: Mixed Doubles Men's amics Room 'at 3:30 p.m., Faith. books sill to be printed. Ii j Fernandina Beach. : ... ,' _
Britton, Instr. i huge chunk of the expenses;
Island Club in the I could be laid' ". I
a BY II. B. ELLIS, JR. Softball League capital outlay |:
: Total Game Room_ it 7:30 p.m. to reapportionment. :

.. Team Standings W L Pins YOUNGS 10-1 Jayceea ''meet-' in Conference. on the House chamber and'! ; Please be assured that I will lend every effort to the
BOX PLANT 7.2 Room at 8:00: p.m. across the street cost i
: Reddy Kilowatt 30 10 21279Iladden
CHEM-CELL (-7 Adults and Teens' Ceramics $150,000. It cost $20,500,
Lanes 25% 14% 24613 of this
COUNTY 4-8 Class in the Ceramics Room at instance, to revamp the elec- : prosperity progress city.Hilton .
Mary Kay's 18 22 23701
a Aloha 17% 22k 22372 KAC 3.7 7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, voting machine in the House. \
PORTERS 3.8 Instr. House had to make loom for
K.A.C. 15% 24% 241G7 'I
Men and Boys' Health Club in new members, the Senate |
I Food Fair i 13'i_26% 24167 I L. Kitchens
M the Health Club Room, day and The extra Senate cost in-! <
High Team, 3-Games ,
.' K.A.C. 2526 evening. largely a $12,000 paint Ii!

I Aloha 2452 TUESDAY JULY 23rd. WINNER, AAA I.
.. Keddy Kilowatt 2439 National Governors Con Junior Olympics in the Pool UKTY POSTEI I besides for the leg- : Paid For Ky Hilton L. Kitchens J

High, Ind. Games Terence is scheduled to open in 1:00.2:00: P.M., Allen Kirk Inst. islators and their permanent 1

.. Gail Easton 710 I Miami Beach Sunday, July 21 ,

Angie Drew G97 and continue through July 24. A .. t.

Betty McKendrce 658 record attendance of perhaps '

: -: K.A.C.4 High, Team Game 870 I Ij Farris 1,000 is Bryant.predicted by host Gov. .;;ir;. '-. .. ', i' If you took away the Rayonier CelluloseS ;

Hadden Lanes 858 The governor, of course, does- < .

y Aloha t 834 I n't expect that many real honestly what do you suppose would be left?
: Game :
High, Ind. I r elected governors. lie looks .
... Gail Easton .v 259 I II I for about 750 all claiming to be ,.' '"
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I Jerry Easton > .. 213: to :show. up. JH ; 1 "
i : ,;. "Drewp ,ti? *' 238:; \ jgt "jiffc: jif .
What is' expected to boost the :
\u High Scratch*Bowlers attendance at the conference over '. : J : wD"5

i,, M:... Eleanor Flint Ladies 196-526 I I he 1,000 candidates mark is for/that'governor unannounced in- : ::): t :\: ; I .

Betty McKendree 1G1 460 Florida have been invited and .

Velma Hodge 156-399 about half are expected to at .. .
I Gloria Hadden 162-392 .
Gents tend.Gov. i',. 1. .r:;
Edmund Brown is sched : .. .
iLl Roger Hadden 197-511 uled to preside over a session on : : : I r
I Jerry Easton 212-507 correction and rehabilitation. : :. r
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Orville Saunders .
180-497 I
I I OIl I Ain't that a duzy? Now even : ,

I .., Gail Easton 185-488 I the other governors are picking : i

.. on Mrs. Murphy's Rockefeller.The <:.>: /. ..':; : :: ::; /" -J't ; .

j : opening speaker of the 1. -
will be Gov. ",'
.. conference Bryant, \ ; _!.; !
L'i i who will deliver an address wel- : 5-- :

r t I Ir I USHfI coming the delegates. The dosing ;): : <' 'S. t1 -
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speaker will be Mortimer : ii/i/ / :
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I 'WANT' Caplan, chief of the I.R.S., who ... t i' ,' .' ., a -E S : .'
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will deliver an address of earn / .' ..
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strain may injure the bursae. It is then that the pain near the .

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,ca yy) .broken homes,the 'iorces',9t( surface" ;between';grayer ,meetings with' the i increasingnumber' '1920 of the'fU.; tional! FHA I !I J. T. Dunnam 'Pastor I
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was. a 1 Training 'Union _.__.6:45 P.M.
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- Spencer, ; 7:30 P.M. I
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meeting of the Future Homemakers -
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opening general -session featuring i tonal! r IIIDIOUIALMETIIODIST
J the keynote address by jl 'Focus, on CHURCH
: i ., -Irs. ,Ste'artUdall, wife of the She made NeUon P. Moyer, Pastor
Secretary of the Interior, Watt how the ( ; ; : 9:45: a.m. .__........ Sunday School
velop this '11:00 ajn. _._ Morning Worship
I ington, ;D. 'C. .
I She poke on the meetings the project I 6:15: pjn. MYF.Supper & Programs-

theme, "Your; Home: A Key'to I Klcmer, J '
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w ;.....; ........................... .. .............. ..........\ f, children, and -society." This .first ",Peers, and [ ,R v.,Ran Humphreys, Pastor.
f' jf tt H f ; J 'session was followed by "Poetry !''to the girls to ] I 9:45 a.m. .._ Sunday-School
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present at the meetiii .- I needs of 7:30 pjn. Mid-Week Services

1 1t i On Tuesday morning, Freeman,I eluded by for II ) WednesdayST'MICHAEL'St
French. Director of Music, Jar-;I -a *
dine Junior High School, Topeka. -1 many \ I CATHOLIC
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I Kansas, led the delegate's) : f afternoon ing ...' .' CHURCHRev.
in group singing. lIe was also I W. J. Holmes, Pastor
present in each of the following '.view into regional' I I Sunday I Mass 2nd, 4th
sessions, and became a 'great Sunday 7:30 ajn.
favorite with the girls. The girls, national, : Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd
1i i i I Tuesday I : 5U). Sunday, 11:30 a.m.
; Monday oung People? p.m.
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I FRIENDS: : theater in this in : : I I, 6:30 Communion in Convent,
I 6:30: P.M.Young People'sMeeting.
his trumpet. .
-: tNO..MONEY41.PWN: 'Why suffer through another summer? If I was very gratify .nesday The: fourth- '' I' : '.J '*

Jf you act now, you can enjoy the to Good I I PINE GROVE BAPTIST

I, ; { .Y quiet, 'comfort ,cooling' of a Carrier ;ing to see such ,a \'Alarjorie Sm I : Rev, .. 2.CHURCH Knight, Pastor

Room Air Conditioner. it won't turnout the ment of F
and : large Sunday School ..___ 9:45 a.m.

'.- ...S !URGE. : lrL, !arrON. . cost you one cenLuntil.next.Spring! Polls Tuesday. velopment ersity, : I Morning Worship _____ 11 a.m
., 11:00 _.... Service
There's a model to match any size ;used the : t : : a.m. 'Morning
room, any budget from 5,600to solving ) 7:30 pjn. Evangelistic Service
: Thank| ..fortjie; )fetters stand I W.M.B.
23!500'BTU/' eaize'bi( ,g savings. 7:30 p.m..Wednesday V.LB. Young
Stop in today! '''fine 'vote of -confidence A panel People

Family. ,Life" I, ,I 7:45 __.._,.._,.. Prayer Meeting
NO PAYMENTS 'TIL'NEXT APRI1L. 'you goveme. ated by ,ft ft ft
Director I iof ; FIVE POINTS 'BAPTISTcnunclI

I I '. ,. THANK 'YOU'VERY tion, Kansas
.. sas City, ', J i J. W..Keen, Pastor
i families, the ; i : 9)::45 ./LID. ___ Sunday School
B. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co. I MUCH, the 'Frank' 11:00: am. Morning Worship
the I 5:30 pjn. Training Union
families. At ','30 p.m. ___ Evening WorshipVed
We-Service Everything We Sell" p t :HERB mm I sion, the sday :prayer service, 7:30
for 1963-64
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I I 1 bath, den. 100' by downstairs apartment priv- PUfcL-IC NOTICENotice r PUBLIC NOTICE

I WANT AD RATES 300'. Front half has cham-link ate entrance. Ph. 2C1-4C45. tic I Is hereyjIven that the un NOTICE OF SALE j I I
fence See to appreciate. Ph. dersrgBed. pSrsSSt-to<< the "Fictitious Notice is hereby gh-eir that put-'
.05 per word .75 minimum UPPER DECK APIS. Completely Name Statute 2BChapter No. 20953. ,saant to a Final Decree of Fureetet-j If
2'Oi- 294 after C p.m. tfc Laws of FloridrH341,, as amended b) jre entered in cause numbered 2k8(
Card of Thanks, EesoluUoa furnished including TV Chapter NV27< ... Laws of Florid n the Circuit Court of Nassau Coun.y. -

and Similar Notice ttl: HONDA Motor-Cycle A- Phone 2614118. tfe 155!. being .Section &09. Florida .Florida I uffl sell the property I
LUtutes, win :register with the clerk iituated in Nassau County Florida,
.13 per word 'loo minima I condition. Ph. 261-4535 of the CircuitCourt1 in and for Nassan Jescribed as: f
after 5 p.m. tfc FURNISHED APT. for rent. Ph. County Florida;,upon receipt of proof Sub-Lots "A" and "B" in Lot 5,
Cal 261.3686 or 2613687or 261-4320. tfe -(( of publkatiofr-xjtrtrirs notice, the fie- Block 218, FEKNANDINA according -
tltious 1.1lne."CQow t:' to the official plat of said Cityas
place ad at office E.! PIC GROCERY lithographed and Issued by the A $.rric '! You Doctor s4Ueiciaa, I
Unfurnished for rent
511 Ash Street bag. two woods, 4 irons, put house Under which we are engaged to Florida Railroad Company ia 1S57 'Yttr Lout Medical Socirtr au.i.the
ter. Used four times $55. Ph. 261-4663. tfc I business at. 2W.South 14th Street In and enlarged revised aiti reissuedby Fk>riJ. Medical Association "
the CJty of Tereandlna J' arh. Florida. the Florida Town Improvement
Phone 2615352. tfc ONE THREE room furnished That the parties Interested in said Company in 1887 and 1901. KSP: AN EYE ON YOtJlL I IHILD'S
; business enterprise'', are J. T. and it public sale, to the highest and Ustsidder ,
FOR SALEFOR QUALITY HOMES John J. house. Carolyn P. :C: rtet.., for cash at the front door of <: VISION .
by 4t -': 1 21. 1-4. 11. U .he Nassau County Courthouse ia Per-
Eynon Construction Co., Jacksonville landina Beach. Florida, between -With the more widtsprhd j
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
7331343. FRAME I PUBLIC tl:00 A.M. and *:00 p.M on the Sth utilization of regular physical
OWNER house. lay of July. : .
examinations sraaJl children
trans fund must sell Immediately No money oft INVITATION FOR BIDS / D. 0. OXLEY are being found early with
down on lot. Ten and 12 Clerk of the Circuit Court I
$825 equity for your H. F. SAHLMAN FOR AUTOMOBILE (COURT SEAL) defective vision than: itTtr Be.

$100 pick up. payments. Three ; ar financing. Fully completed PHONE 2U-3221 Th. Board of County Commissionersof CNIGHT KNCAIO POUCHER fc fore. Thus. more small children -
includes 2 inch wall tank Nassau County }Florida as Trustees HARRIS
large bedrooms are now -wearing. glas ei.
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of the former City of Boulougne. 1112 Harrrett: Bank Building
Ing room, separate dining and pump septic: tank tile TWO BEDROOM NICELY fur offer for sale and invite bids for the Jacksonville '2, Florida .11, ,chiWhotid play ''gUsjf ae

ram, kitchen. Onty 3 bath hardwood floors. Also nished apartment. Electric following described Automobile:i It 7-18-63 easily ,broken. If a ',Ol1lpterin
years home remodeling additions One Model I9 63 chevrolet 4 Door .)'our family wears glares! ,
old. Lot 80 x 105' 62C S. 15th Kitchen, Automatic Hot Water Sedan Biscayne body, lieige: Color PUBLIC NOTICE ;inquire about "thfe 'protective
St. Phone 261-5054.) ; ne complete plumbing. Three to 7 $50 Monthly. Lower South equipped with 409 H.P.. Motor and lenses
years, bank rates. ORVILLE Immediate Hal- Two Double "Barrell Carburetors, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ''OF ''THE safety that are, now..
occupancy. Serial No. 31269 FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN available.Visual. *
A 126,939 Automo ,
NO: DOWN PAYMENT three WAHLIN, rep., 540 North Flet. ter 1631 S. Fletcher. bilemay be seen by contacting AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, LOR. ;- l care of children) should

bedrooms, one and a half baths. eher, Fernandina Beach, phone Nassau County Jail. Fernandina IDA. IN CHANCERY.NO. .
Ph. 2615027. tfc TWO BEDROOM upstairs ( : teach, Florida. 2599 'begin in -pre.sch6nJ| )yelrs,
2C1.W57. apt. )3 .
tfe ) ;. ;:; Sealed bids together with deposit oi IN RE: Adoption of when many eye defects, still! can-
furnished. All electric kitchen. : Wet of bid payable by Cashier' DONNA JEAN 7JOYD ]>e'corrected.. If the rye Z&clis

100 FT. RIVER FRONTAGE I960! 54' by 10' mobile home Phone 261-5269 or 2613230. tit check, to Board of County Commissioners a Minor. i something .that cannot .b'
Amelia City Jot 600 Ft. copi.u.r SeMen Nassau County, Florida. as NOTICE TO APPEAR
2 bedrooms, full bath, dark corrected except by glassei; it
trustees of the former City of Bou THE STATE OF FLORIDATO
remodeled twostory frame interior. :.h. 2C1-3C50. JulSc SMALL FURNISHED .cottage, WAT'LL% YOU kugne. conditioned on fulfillment of : ROBERT HARRISON BOYD is important to have the chill'
I home. Show. by appointment I electric kitchen. Lone Oaks. SEg THE BARGAINS bid. shall be submitted to D. 0. Oxki R. D. No. 1. P. 0. Box 36 fitted with 1t lasses early [to

only. Ph. 2615382. tIe BEAUTIFULLY; KEPT, threebedroom Phone 261-5066. tIe I SCOOPED UP TODAY DEAR/ Clerk, Board County Commissioners NEWPORT. PENNSYLVANIA avoid possible problems ia
r Nassau that Petition
County Florida not later than You are hereby a school and at play.
home, near new 1 10:00 o'clock A.M.. August 14th. 1963. has been filed In the Circuit
BOAT, MOTOR and, trailer school. $450 down only $55. a at which time same win be considered. Court for Nassau County, Florida in Equally Important for i&r-

I 'i9G2 model. Gooa :'buy' contact month. MISCELLANEOUSC. ----- !'ate price shall be for Cash payable Chancery, by PruDip E. Taylor. Joined Hsrtit>f thfldren! ,who war
upon acceptance of bid by County by his wife Peggy Joyce Taylor for
glasses is to remember that h.child's .
Lynn Haddock, 20i S. '* $ if 1 Commissioners.The the adoption of a minor child of whomit ;

18th St. Ph. 2C1-4218. tie FOUR BEDROOM HOME, just W. HOWARD, General Con- PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICEIN Hoard reserves the right to is alleged you are the legal father vision changes and that
... reject any or all bids. and you are hereby commanded to regular eye examinations atf
KIXGSRERRY- -HOME- off Atlantic Avenue. Fencedin tractor, unlimited experiencein NOTICE FLORIDA TO STATUTESIN CREDITORS THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND Dated this 18th day of July 1963. appear in said Court on Thursday the I important to make certain that
BRAND NEW 3 bedroom yard just $475 down. all types of buildings. Ph. TilE COURT OF TIlE COUNTY : FOR CHANCERV.NASSAU COUNTY CASE NO.FLORIDA.IN 2M7. I HOARD: OF, AS COUNTY TRUSTEES COMMISSIONERS OF- show 15th day cause.of August.if any why A. p.said, 1943.petition and the glasses provide the proper

261-5008. tic JUDGE NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR'IDA : correction. .
brick oak floors. Just outside I THE FORMER CITY OF BOU. should not be granted. -
FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom In re; Estate of Plaintiff, LOUtlNE NASSAU COUNTY, WITNESS my hand and seal of said Some of the warning signs'oleye ,
city limits. Entire down pay. 2 bath home not WE TOP AND TRIM trees, do RICHARD R. SELDOMRIDGE, Deceased TSKENNETH FLORIDA. Court, at Fernandina Reach, Florida trouble in children fre
mcnt Less project : BY. Jim Thomas Chairman. this 10th day of July A. D., 1363.:
only $350. to vets.. excessive
work. Call blinking frequent
$12,750 $500 down. yard 2613978. If Defendant ATTEST: (SEAL) .* D. 0. OXLEYD. rpbobiag

Total monthly payment, includIng STATE OP FLORIDATO
insurance and taxes GO. 2 S Court frowning stumbling
$ Claims Demands Said Estate 7.13,25 over
or Against
JUST $200 DOWN-GO Monthly : Kenneth Ray Noles 4t 7-IS, 25, 5. 8 small objects undue
6 PAINTING houses, inside and : Eastman, Georgia sensitirfty
I KINGSRERRY TRADE-IN I Buys masonry, three bedroom out, roofs. Screening. Window You and each of you are hereby You are hereby notified that a suit PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE 7ulJLTfNOTICE"NOTICE to. 1UK red or swollen lifts,
home, recently redecor- notified and required to present any has been filed against you in the I sties and inflamed or wateryeyes.
IMMEDIATE possession! of three cleaning and janitor service.Ph. claims and demands which you or above entitled cause; and that you 1 OF ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION p .
bedroom masonry home with I ated. 261-5135 day and night. either of you. may have against the are hereby required to file your tn-\\ CLOSINli THAT CERTAIN TO CREDITORSIN .
'* estate of Richard R. Seldomridge. deceased swer with the Clerk of this Court and PORTION OF NECTARINE THE COUNTY UJDt E'S COURT, If your child shows Jhyjof
carport. $250 down, $58 per t Jul8p late of said County to the to serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff I( STREET LYINU RETWEEN SIXTH IN AND FOR NASSIU COUNTV, these symptoms, see your phy

month. Recently redecorated John T. Ferreira & Son County Judge cf Nassau County FlorIda or Plaintiffs attorney. hcse STREET AND EIGIITII STREET. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. ,sician. They may not be; $M*
terior. in-I 508 Atlantic Ave. Phone 261-5571 VANITY BEAUTY SHOP at his office in the -court houseof name and address is: ( AND THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF No. 2035 ovii bat they could be
'* Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95. Florida withuf six calendar months P. 0. Box 462 SIXTH STREET AND SEVENTH CLARENCE LAMAR PERDUE, loins of a potentially'danger&iictmditioo '

BUY OF THE WEEK 16 FT. CARTERCRAFT, tilt Distinctive service, budget from the time of the first publicationof I .2-1 South 4th itreet STREET IN NASSAU COUNTY, drctased.. that coiiU b'( cpr-
TWO trailer, 4-cycle Homelite en prices. Telephone 261-4686 for this notice.. Two copies of each Fernandina Beach. Florida 1LORIDA. TO: All Creditors and An Persons HavIng ,ected if tare \is begun early*
claim or demand shall be in writing, not later than Aug. 7. 1963.If NOTICE .Is hereby given that the Claims or Demands Against. Said ... .
.. neighborhood, oak floors, cera- gine. $200 down. Phone 261. appointment. tfe and shall tate the place of residence you fail to do so. Decree Pro Con- Board of Cowty) Commissioners of Estate: -
.... 3733. tIc and pot office address the claimant I fesso will be entered against you for Nassau County. Florida did on July You. and each of you. are hereby
omic tile bath.
Large lot -- -------
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HOME and shall be sworn to by the, the relief demanded in the Complaint.The 10. 1963. adopt a resolution closing, notified and required to present any
: school. House needs work such MADE POUND cakes, claimant his agent or attorney and : nature of said suit being for vacating and abandoning that certain claims and demands which you, or

,as painting. YOU do the work 15 FT. BOAT, trailer, remote layer and birthday cakes, pies. accompanied by a filing fee of one Divorce. Roadway or Alley.way described as either of you. may have against thf PUBLIC NOTICE'
*? cables wheel hardware All kinds. Call Patricia dollar and such claim or demand not Witness my hand and the sea! Of follows estate of Clarence Lamar Perdue, deceased
steering Lodge. :
.' WE furnish the material and so filed shall be void. said Court at Fernandina Beach Nassau THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF late of NMSW C urrty, }' ;- NOTICE OT NAMES tSP PEREONS
*:!5rou will have a nice home for canvas cover. $195. Ph. 2615332. tfc Maynard L. SeldomridgeAs County. Florid, this 27th day of NECTARINE .STREET LYIN ida. to the Honorable J. E. Weather. I APPEARING TO BE- OWNERS, OF
2G1-3084. JulSc administrator of the Estate June, 10C3. BETWEEN SIXTH STREET AND ford, County Judge of Nassau County ABANDONED PROPERTY
, .$50 down, $52.50 month. of Richard R. Seldomridge.' SEAL) -s- D. 0. Oxley Florida, and file the same in his
.. FREE HALF Persian Kittens.Ph. KIHTH: STREET, AND THAT Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter 911,
I '" deceased. D. 0. Oxley ilfice in the County Court House in
-CERTAIN PORTION OF OLIVE Florida Statutes entitled "Florida.Ji.
LARGE SHADED LOTS" 2613289. tIc Thos' J"'StU'Jr .
DOWNER' at Ame.1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. BETWEEN Nassau County Florida. within six Act" I
, STREET LYINU I of Unclaimed Property ,
MUST sacrifice position
largebeach" .
: Attorney for Administrator date of the
4t 7.4,11. 18, 25 calendar months from the
lia 100 X 145. down L'EVENTH STREET,
1 house. Ocean side $10 First publication July 4. 1963. SIXTH AND hereof. Each claimor i notice is hereby given that the per.sons
-" city first publication
FLOOR SANDING rtfinifth- IN NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA. fisted below to be he
per month. Call Howard and ThO!. J. Shave. Jr.. Atty. demarj shall be In writing, andshall 'I appear
t ImrrJMiate PUBLIC NOTICE and that said resolution renounces owners of' unclaimed personal or Intangible
sewage, garage.
111M-I *t 7-4 11,18,25
: mond, 2613733. ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. and disclaims any right or interest of state the place of residence and property presumed abandoned.10367OCK1 .
possession. MAKE US AN
--. Phone 261-4609. tic NOTFCE OF APPLICATION FOR the County and Public in said portionof post office address' of the claimant : : Jones Elizabeth' Feriranduia
OFFER! TAX DEED and shall be sworn to by the claimant
said Roadway or Alley-way .
PUBLIC NOTICE Beach. FIa.infermnation
BRAND NEW 753 pound capacity NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS. his agent, or attorney and any concerning the amount of
'* chest type freezer. 1 year VELMA'S KIDDIE NURSERY INVITATION FOR BIDS Ben Sorensen the holder of the following S10NRS NASSAU COUNTY. such claim or demand not so TSed description of the Property and :the

i PAUL C. BURNS guarantee. $278.00 Call 261- By hour, day or week. 102S. FOR REAL ESTATE certificates for a tax has deed filed'said to be certificates issued- FLORIDA. shall be void.DATED July. 17th., 1963. name and address of the holder! maybe
Builder of Kingsbmy Homes 4491 Chucks T.V. tfc 10th St. Ph. 261-4C86 for I The Board of County Commissionersof thereon. The certificate numbers and liy James Chairman /s/ MARY WRIGHT PERDUE ing1 obtained an interest by lit any the persons property'possess by addressing *

__319 S. Sth St. Phone 2613 GOG appointment tfc. Nassuu County Florida as Trus- years of issuance the description of ATTEST: Mary Wright Perdue as Adminis an inquiry to Ry E. fteen,
tees of the former City of Houlougne, the property and the names in whichit /s/ D. 0. Oxley tratrix of the estate of Clarence. State' Comptroller a* Admlni.'ttstur.Abandoned ,
RUN-A-BOUT boat with controls offer for sale uiid invite bids for the was assessed are as follows: Ex-Officio ClerkIt Lamar Perdue, deceased
FIFTY HEAD OF LAYING trailer and 35 horse QUALIFIED YOUNG WIFE foftowing described property: Certificate No. 56 Year of Issuance MS /HERIERT: Wm. FltWLER Property Division. CapitoL
I Tallahassee, Florida J lie lure to jnnfioh -
hens. $50. Prime condition. All that certain lot. 1961 Herbert Wm. Fishier .
will care for your children while piece or par. account number "natoi ana AlP
motor. Will sell as complete cei of and being of Property mock 6 Lots Atlantic AvenueFernanilna
land situate, lying Description 2151}
Phone 261.4195 asV for Mrs. ill this notIce.Uit'less
work. Also of dress, published
tu as
outfit or separate. Ph. 261. you capable in Lection 13,Township 4 North No. 1 and 2 Old Town City of .'.rnan- Beach, Florida. is presented
. proof of ownership
-Keaton. Ju28e Ph. 2615900. tic 23 Nassau dina Peach CLASSIFIED for sM estate. .
toring. Range East. County Attorney
.. 1963,
tIc holder September .
-. ...:.-- 4610. Florida and being further described Name in Which assessed: William 4t 7-18 25 I-1..8 to the the will by be delivered to the
BUY A HOMESITE on the Nassau DRESS MAKING IN my homeat by metes and bounds as follows Handley Estate DISPLAY Administrator. Thereafter all further
LOVELY RED BRICK home. ; Beginning at the Northwest Certificate No. 57 Year of Issuance
, I River Beautiful high 205 S. 19th. Across from Sr. O'Neal. Ph. 2613959. tIe coiner of Section 13 and going 1961 r cUrfls must. U directed te the Administrator.
and dry lots at Nassauville. South 89 degrees 41 minutes East Description of Property Block 7. Lots Trade At Home
High School Will take a lot along north line of Section 13.. for No. 10. 15. 14, -Old Town. City of I-'rr.1 Ray E. CJreen
Others with waterfront As Administrator
privit.I on beach for down payment.C. 344.5 feet to the Southwesterly nandina Beach -
eges. Small down payment right-of-way of U. S. Highway No. Name in which assessed Mrs. William REPOSSESSED -I -
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Howard builder Ph.
W. 1 has 200 ft. right-of-way); thencego HandleyAll
Terms to suit. Phone Francis 2615008. tic South 46 degrees 16 minutes of said property being in the
Ellis, POpular 2GC1M. Jackwi. SECURITY can be yours by I east, along Southwesterly right-of City of FfciBandiira Reach. County of'' 1963 FOREIGN JOBS

ville. Tfe. YULEE 10 ACRES with 875' preparing now for coming Civil way of U. S. No. 1 for 250.0 feet Nassau. State of Florida.
i Unless such certificate or certificates -I I'
to the point of beginning: thence
frontage on U. S. 17, $10,000. Service exams. Send name, address continue S 46 degrees 16 minutes shall be redeemed according to CORVAIR. Foreign employment offer men and women choice of 19 countries

FOUR PIECE STRATFORD'sec- 200' next to Hoppy's Barbeque: and phone number to NA- .east, along southwesterly right-of- law the property described in such free transportation special tax benefits bonuwi

, tional sofa, like new, chest of 4 with 356' TIONAL TRAINING SERVICEINC. way of U. S. Highway No. 1. for certificate or certificates will be sold I liberal vacations And a mot unique way of life in for*
$3000. i acres on 2W.O feet thence south: 44 degrees to the highest bidder at the court !
. drawers, one leather top table, Road 200, across from _colored Box 500, Greenwich, Conn. 41 minutes West go for 333.0 feetto house door on the first Monday in $1600 eminent careers or with American companies, their subsidiaries.
\ Month of August. 1963 which is the I million Americans work and life
one plastic upholstered chair, school Terms. RICHARD JTJ23e County Road thence go North Over half a exceptionally
a $3,500. 2 degrees 11 minutes %West along 5th day of August 1963. well outside the U.S.A. Too cai, earn up to $1,600 per month
one small book case. Ph. 2t l.t D. BARKER, EV-8-2691!) easterly side of the 40 foot County:1' Dated. this 27th day of June. 1DC3. ContactL. paid in U. S. currency. For complete information send! $2 Id
5187. tfc hood for 2715 .feet thence go :-
t Jax. Ju2c North 44 degrees 44 minutes East. Clerk of Circuit Court of i Foreign Projects, P. 0. Box 1915, Beverly Hills, CaKf.
for 346,8 feet to the Ppmtlol liegfrlnjg. Nassau County. Florida A. FerreiraTlorjda'Naiiorurf
MATCHED SET :--PjarnonJ 4ho .TOY-RAT TERRIERS EDFO AT 4t '. : -.47,14! 111 a i CALIFORNIA JO'SSouSuds
: ., -i fjomV ; ONCEy- .full..orJ" This p rre1f' land contains : ,: :
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r wedding band,4ie'wPdco4tu: .a. i'r.. .' _"_ -. ::.:."i. j.S,'> eI: IJess. )enS a Wv. ..;r, .._ i",... <<. ;. ,'.. I, '
r Ittt.... ,", t ">, \r. :.: .., :::2..nU,' .I} %L ,;; ,, ntwei: ;.;J.'J ; -- r" .3'-ot:::-:. : :: Banfc t of qewJob opening' rawix} Scathern California in
selL Seer BiTrte' tWrfdiaBank. ''" '" < .. _t t ) f'.. af!: re" DUql.,8 vert s-
S-wt-iJ ) I' ; ; :
!! 'SlrTe atuIstFernandina ) tn r S Information
) It for underground cablesof Anien-- all, fkI4. in has
tfc. Beach. Earn $65.00 can Telephone and Telegraph Com... 'jog newspapers even great. Fern ndina Reach, Fia.. Barnes and addresses Califonf'Job..P.'0. Ifci 1944, Bemlynnu
parry and containing 0.15 acre. er readership than the sports
and weekly. No investment. Calif.
) BEACH HOMES: ; FOR RENT up Sealed bids together with deposit cf I
page. --
Set your own hours. Write C. 10 r; of bid payable by Cashier's : -' : : --
" 2173 --
S. FletcherCORNER
check to Board of County Commissioners : :
R. Ruble, Dept J-2, P. 0. Box
LOT. -.. 3.: bedrooms Nassau County. Florida as
kitchen and NICE CLEAN FURNISHED apartment 2447, Memphis, Tenn. Ju25p trustees of the former City of Bou-
dlninjrtirea. Living 1306 Atlantic Ave. luugne conditioned on fulfillment of

room Florida room, utility Ph. 261-4835. Adults only. tie GIRL FOR GENERAL office bid, shall be submitted to D. 0. Oxley [
Clerk. Board County Commissioner, Suburban Gas Service
4 .,room and two-car, J\-Yflge. work. Must be accurate with Nassau Comity Florida not later than Propane

'* : UN TWO NICELY FURNISHEDrooms figures, some typing. Good 10:00 o'clock A.M. August 14th. 1963.

2478 S. Flecker !!, 301 Broome St Call working conditions, excellent at which time same will be considered.
tate: price shall be for Cash payable
home. Servant's CLEAN SAFE FAST t
quarters. Call 225-5122 for appointment of bid by County Commissioners. Conveyance
1' -ft NICE ROOM with private bath, will be by the Simple Deed.
t private entrance, half block tie The Board reserves the right to I ECONOMICAL DEPENDABLE EFFICIENT
309 South UK St. Equal Opporunity Employer reject any or all bids.
t TWO STORY du ln. Freshly from Post Office Phone 261- ------ Dated this 18th day of July 190. I Each Suburban Gas Service installation is

I painted. With new roof, plumb AS TRUSTEES: OF I Ideal Fir. carefully
. .,ing and wiring. $7,000. TWO ROOM FURNISHED apartment Cood commission Fullor THE fORMER CITY OF BOU. I ; of the Individual customer. Your installation

'* suitable for couple part time. No experience LOUt FLORIDA NE. NASSAU COUNTY I /4 n" (.fI may be Cylinder ExcKange Service, Metered ,

403 S. 16th St. 310 N. Sth St tIe necessary, win train. Call BY Jim Thomas Chairman. 1 Service or Bulk Service.
only. Home Farms and Businesses.
3 BEDROOM Masonry home 261-5027 before 10 ajn. tfc. ATTEST: I ,
b -
, D. O. Oxley Clerk.
$100 down. FOR BEACH RENTALS, call)) 261- 2t 7-18. 25 Beyond Gas Mains and For Industry When nile cylinder is completely empty the It

, 4642, W. I. McCranie. Will be PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE ,
Anywhere. : ;, }(,CYLINDER I reserve cylinder is put Into use. You notify
409 S. 6th St. glad to show anyone the bead PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE

6 ROOM HOUSE 3 bedroom, apts and cottages. tIe LV TilE FLORIDA COURT OF STATUTES THE COUNTT .(! ; Suburban Propane by mailing a special order

litchen and breakfast room, JUDGE. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA TO BIDDERS I EXCHANGE card, and a full cylinder is then delivered to

Florida and ''LO'.ELY'ACATIO oceanfront IV PROIUTE.In Sealed bids will be received at the 1 i.I : you In exchange for the empty one. In this
room, workshop rr: Estate of otbc ci Ute Amcka Island Mosquito ( ,\\i.
downstairs apartmentwith WILLIAM FtRHAN COLLINS, De- Control District of Nassau County, -SERVICEd'J way you always hats a reserve cylinder of
$7,500.BEACH Florida at T North 4th Str et. Fer
fenced in yard. Sleeps 16 Ceased.
I PROPERTY nandina Beach. Florida saUl 2:00 gas on hand.
To AU Creditor and Persons Slating
I 229 Ft OCEAN frontage, just to 12 people. Phone 2613174.tfe Claims or iui4s Against Saftl Estate Cock.for the foDowmf P.M. Friday; July 26. ISO. I Your Snburban Propane Ga..: .' : : .11.
South of Blue Marlin Motel 10.000 Gallons Extra rate Gaso Suburban ftoJMi k WiM1Cz .anens
You and each el you are rxrthy
$100 per front foot SMALL UNFURNISHED house notified and required to present any line. 30.MO <;*Bons No. 2 fuel OiL I Service Cornea To YOB From Au storage .ifrgf traak
I '* for 1310 Franklin St Can claims and demands which you. or 10.000 Gallons of Extra Grade Gasoline Modern it' METERED = _: ; 1
rent either of you. may have against the specifications are to meet StatefttgniriMiatt Office Salesroom: an d1.I & Your i
BUY OF TUB YEAR 501 tar Extra ,ade. Gaso I
S61-5S77 for further Information.' estate of WtfBm Fui man Cufdiu. Dr. .
Stanley Drive. 3 Bedrooms, 2 tie ceased late of said County. to the line. Deliveries will be made by Tank Distribution Plant Located In SERVICE on a. maYoe : :sltilled A" :
County Judge of Nassau County Florida Wajon deliveries not to exceed Soil _iI* oaly '. tke
baths large kt fenced in jay you ue -.
: at Ma offk-e in the court teas* Fernandina Beach. 0 n e of 96 backyard, plenty of shade FURNISHED: APARTMENT for of said County at FcraantSaa Beach =-. Gallons No. '2 Fuel Oil ( aftety.siia.eJL, '-- ;;i'; :;:.;'-::, :'''; k
"I trees tad shrubbery. $450 rent 111 S, 5th St. tic Iran Florida the within time .!six tte calendar first p.hlfeatka mst -AAbute L AU bids mast nest exclude gute all earliest Taxef. Suburban Propane Gas Service -1 1: :'

down am) $85 per month, see of this notice. Two copies of each guaranteed delivery date. : i"I
Centers In 17 States. Each Center i
Pete. McCRANIE APTS claim or demand shall be ill writing 3. All bids must be marked on ..
ONE THREE-ROOM famished and shall state the place .i residence cuuidc of sealed envelope. "Rid oa BULK
POINTS apartment bath. Utilities and shall be sworn to by the to be opened wWI 2:00 O'CVock PJL.
and washing machine fur claimant his agent or attorney and Friday July % 19O.: People Who Take Pride In Serv. SERVICE hiz" to hi << : h.1 !-
t. accompanied by a filing fee of one The Board tl Commissioners of the jr'" '1 dfle1en etF jr,. 1><
I 100 x 100 corner lot. Four nished. $11.25 per, week. For dollar and such claim of demand net Amelia Island Mosquito Control District -I ing You. # :
nice Information Ph. 261-4642 W. I.McCranie. so filed shall be void. ol Nassau County Florida reserves .. -.mer. -::
pecan trees, yard only MARGARET T. COLLINS the right to reject any or nfl
I 8000. Will trade for home. If no answer Ph. As tdmidUtrtrtr of the Estate of bids and to accept the cheapest or
with small !1.9035 Mrs. Loo*. tie WILLIAM rXTlMAN COLLINS deceased best if such action is to the best interest -
t acreage. of said Board. L SUBURBAN SERv

, Attorney for Adttt&lstratrtx OF AMELIA ISUUED BOS.QtTTO
Pdt UtnuB SalruBaa Year round rental mast U KM* Foci SUFernandina C8N'nteL StSfMCT OF

L. L. Bohannon, Broker be locally employed. $60 per Beach. Florida. NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDABy I
t IS N. 4th St. Phone 261-526) First publication June nth. 1961.it Q. Ralph Wow Chairman.2t SOUTH SEVENTH Nf: Z&I.. L61 f'
month. 278 S. Fletcher tic 677, 74. 1L It HI. 2i -

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1 bath, den. 100' by downstairs apartment puiv- PUBtlCi,NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE

WANT AD RATES 300'. Front half 1m chain-link ate entrance. Ph. 261-4645. tIe I Notice Is .hweb jfiveif that the un OF SALE

fence, Ste to appreciate. Ph. derslgned, jwratMtTto the "Fictitious Notlee is hereby gIven that put
A3 per word .75 minimum UPPER DECK APIS. Completely Name StatuteSSChapter No. 20953.: suant to a Final Decree of Furectes-
29-t after C tic
pm : Laws of FIOddr tire entered in numbered
194l. as amended b) cause 2 ti>.
Card of Thinks, Eesolutlai furnished including TV n the Circuit .
I Chapter No :tee_ Laws of Florid Court of Nassau CounJ.
and Similar Notices m HONDA Motor-Cycle A. Phone 261-3118. tfe IS51. being .Section 845.09. Florid .Florida. I will .sell the property
1 condition. Ph. 261-4535 LVitutes. _will :register with the Clerkof : .Uuated in Nassau County Florida, '
.13 per word 9 LM miniatm FURNISHED the Circuit! Cburt In and for Nassau :described as* Lx;
Cal 261-3686 after 5 p.m. tfe APT. for rent. Ph. County, Florida, ;upon receipt of proof Sub-Lots 'A" and '.B" in 3.45,
or 261-3687 2614320. tIc of publicafcoffoMnis lotice the fic Hock ,218, IERNANDINA according .

or place ad at office WILSON GOLF CLUBS and titious name 'twit.' to the official plat of said Cityas I .
Unfurnished house for rent EPIC GROCERY lithographed and issued by the I A S.rrk* .f Year Doctor tf Udip&t,
511 Ash Street bag. two woods, 4 irons, put. tfQO% Under whIch we are engaged in Florida Railroad Company ia 1857 Yow Local MedirtI Sccwtf and,tlwFlorida
ter. Used four times, $55. Ph. 261-4663. tfc business at.. :2QI! '.South 14th Street in and enlarged revised and reissuedby I Medical Auocuttra. "
the Qty of Tenwndina Ueach Florida toe Florida Town improvement '
Phone 2615352. tIc ONE THREE room furnished cZc That the parties interested in said Company in 1887 and 1901.. I KEEP: AN EYE bN YOUHCHJUXS -
house. t business enterprise, are J. T. and It public sale to the highest and bestaOstei
FOR SALEFOR QUAUTY HOMES by John J. : Carolyn >' 'C."r1er.4t .. let 't3't.. ttt\t.\ \t if if I,SI. 7-1, 12. 3PUBLIC Nassau County D>mhoust, in Pei
Eynon Construction Co., Jacksonville TWO BLDROOM unfurnished landiaa Beach. Florida between>> I \Vift the more 'witltspag

SALE BY OWNER 7331343. FRAME II:00 .A.M. and 2:W f'.M on the 29th utilization of regular physical
house. NOTICE lay oi July l'j 13.
transferred must sell fan. BLOCK BRICK. No money ir /sD.. 0 OXLEY examinations more small chiV
mediately down, on your lot. Ten and 12 D.TITAIION FOR BIDS Clerk of the Circuit Court dreq are being found early with
$825 equity for H. SAflLMAN FOR AUTOMOBILE (COURT SEAL) directive vision than' ever Be

$100, pick payments.. Three year financing. Fully completed PHONE 281-3221 % ;.. 'The Board of County Commissioners NIGHT K.NCAIO POUCHER & fore. Thus more siflall chit
large bedrooms includes 2 inch wall, tank ot Nassau County Florida, as Trim HARRIS -
1# baths, liring dna are now wearing Ir la s eK.Is .
tees of the
and : tank tile former City of Boulougne. 1112 Harriett Bank Building
room, separate dining pump septic TWO BEDROOM NICELY fur otter for sale and invite bids for the Jacksonville '2, FloridaIt ,duWhodd play gUsjes ale

room, kitchen. Onty) 3 years bath hardwood floors. Also nished apartment. Electric following described Automobile: .18.3 easily broken. If a yotugster

old. Lot 80 x 105,' 626 S. 15th home remodeling additions, Kitchen, Automatic Hot Water : ;. Ohe Model W63 chevrolet 4 Door in ,jour family wears fillies,
complete plumbing. Three to 7 N Sedan. Biscayne body, Uetge: Color PUBLIC NOTICE :i inquire about the protective
St. South : .
Phone 261-5054. ncNO i $50 Monthly. Lower equipped witn 409 H P., Motor and
years, bank rates. ORVILLE Immediate Hal- Two Double "Barrell Carburetors" LN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'OF THE safety ; lenses that are' now
DOWN PAYMENT three i WAHLIN, rep., 540 North Fletcher occupancy. Serial, No. 31269 A 126939 Automobile FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ayailable. t *
ter 1631 S. Fletcher.
may be seen by contacting AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, LOR--
:Vlsaal l cnildrea shot M
bedrooms one and half baths. Fernandina Beach phone care
a Nassau County Jail. lernan.dina. IDA. IN CH4VCERY.
Ph. 2C1-5457. tfc 2615027. tic TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, ( r.each, Florida. NO. z S. begin in the T>re-sch6ot r )'ers;
Sealed bids together with deposit of LN RE: Adoption of w hen many eje defects. still Can
100 FT. RIVER furnished. All electric kitchen. % 101.. of bid payable by> Cashier DONNA JEtS TJOYD be c' reefed. If the eje -ueBct
FRONTAGE I960 54' by 10' mobile home Phone check, to Board Minor. .
261-5269 or 2613230. tit of County Commis. a is something ,that cannot bt
Amelia City. Lot 600 Ft. deep 2 bedrooms, full bath, dark Copr..LAT Service sloners Nassau County, Florida as NOTICE TO APPEAR corrected except by glasses it
trustees of the former City of Bou THE STATE OF FLORIDA :
remodeled twovstory frame interior. Ph. 261-3650. Jul8e SMALL FURNISHED .cottage, is important to have the chill'
VOU kugne. conditioned on fulfillment of TO ROBERT HARRISON BOYD
home. Show.i by appointment I electric kitchen. Lone Oaks. WAljU SEE THE BARGAINS bid shall be submitted to D. O Oxte) R. D. No. I, P. 0 Ho* 36 fitted *ith f lasses- early :Jto

'i only. Ph. 261-5382. tIe BEAUTIFULLY; KEPT, three Phone 261-5066. tIc I SCOOPED UP TODAY DEAR. Clerk. Board County Commissioners. NEWPORT. PENNSYLVANIAYou avoid possible problems i ia
bedroom home Nassau County, Florida. not later than are hereby notified that ape. school and at play .
near new ''p. 10:00 o'clock A.M, August 14th, 1963. tition has been filed in the Circuit
,BOAT, MOTOR and., trailer' school $450 down only $55. a at uhich time same will be considered. Court for Nassau County, Florida. in Equally important: for pfcr-

I 1962 model. Good 'buy eon- month. MISCELLANEOUSC. i -- Vale price shall be for Cash payable Chancery, by Phillip E. Tajlo Jotoed tats -*>f children! ,who wtar

tact Lynn Haddock, 201 S. upon acceptance- of bid. by Count by his wife, Peggy Joyce Taylor for glasses is to remember that the
if if if ;
Commissioners. the adoption of a minor child of whomit
18th St. Ph. 2614218. tIc FOUR BEDROOM HOME, just W. HOWARD, General Contractor PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE The Hoard reserves the right to is alleged you are the legal father, child's vision changes and that
r reject any or all bids. and are hereby commanded: to regular eye examinations itt
-- TO you
I oft Atlantic unlimited CREDITORS LV TilE CIRCUIT COURT
Avenue. Fencedin IV AND
KINOSBERRY HOME experiencein 1LOKIDA STATUTES Dated this 18th day of July 1963. : appear in said Court on Thursday the important to make ,certain that
BRAND NEW 3 bedroom yard just $475 down. all types of buildings. Ph. IS TilE COURT OF T1IE COUNTY FOR IN CIUNCERY.NASSAU COUNTY CASE NO., FLORIDA.2M7. I IOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -I 15th day of August. A.. D, 1943. and the glasses provide the proper
261-5008. niXiE: NASSAUCOUNTY AS TRUSTEES OF show cause. if any why said petition
tie LOR-'
HOWE ANN correction.
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brick, oak floors. Just 'outside IDA, IN PROBITE. I THE FORMER CITY OF BOU- should not be granted. -
city limits. Entire down FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom In re: Estate of 'YI- Plaintiff, LOUt NE. NASAU COUNTY WITNESS my hand and seal of said Some of the warning signs ol .

pay. 2 bath home not a project WE TOP AND TRIM trees, do RICHARD R. SELDOMHIDGE, Deceased KENNETH RAY NOLES, FLORIDA.BY. Court at Fernandina Beach Florida, eye trouble in children fn
ment only $350. Less to vets. yard work. Call 2613978. If Jim Thomas: Chairman. this 10th day of July, A. D. 19 3. excessive .
down. Defendant: blinking, frequent t\lb.
D. 0.
Total monthly includ. ceased. : (SEAL) <*- .
payment, no answer call 2613145. NOTICE OF SUIT D. 0. Clerk. Clerk of the Cir ,blag of squinting execs'sie
ing insurance if ir if To AH Creditors and Persons Having STATE OF FLORIDA Oxley, D 0 OXLEY eyes -
and taxes, $60.KINCSHERRY n 7-18. 25 cuit Court4t frowning, stumbling ore,
JUST DOWN Monthly or Demands Against Said Estate TO Kenneth Noles
$200 $60 Ray
ir if if PAINTING houses, inside and : Eastman, ieorgia: 7.I!. 25, 8.l. 8 small objects, undue ,sensititftf

TRADE-IN Buys masonry, three bedroom out, roofs. Screening. Window You and each of you are hereby You are hereby notified that a suit PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE -" to light, red or swollen ls,

IMMEDIATE\ possession of three home, recently redecor. cleaning and janitor service.Ph. notified claims and and demands required to which present any has been filed against you in the TUBLIC NOTICE sties and inflamed or watery .
you. or
ated. above entitled cause; and that you OF ADOPTION OF ARE. '
bedroom masonry home with 261-5135 day and night. either of you, may have' against the are hereby required to file your answer I SOLUTION CLOSINU THAT CER. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN eyes. P. ,
carport. $250 down, $58 I if if if Jul8p estate of Richard R. Seldomridge deceased with the Clerk of this Court and ito TAIV PORTION OF NECTARINE THE COUNTY JUDtlC'S. COURT, If yow child shows, $ny!'of
per late of sai4 County to the thereof the Plaintiff ( IN AND FOR NASSIU COUNTY,
serve a copy upon STREET LYIV1J BETWEEN SLXTII t&se .
John T. Ferreira & Son symptoms, see
month. Recently redecorated County Judge el Nassau County, Florida or Plaintiffs attorney t.ose STREET AND EIGHTH STREET. FLORIDA. LN PRO .'TE. you pyslcian.
terior. in.j SOS Atlantic Ave. Phone 261-5571 VANITY BEAUTY SHOP at his office in the court house name and address is: I AND THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF No. :035 They may not be sferV(
of said County at Fernandina Beach MERCURY N. KAVOUKUS I OLIVE STREET LYING BETWEEN IN RE: ESTATE OF .ovs, bat they could be irnp-
if if it Thrifty permanent wave, 595. Florida, within six Calendar mOuths P. 0. Box 462 SIXTH STREET AND SEVENTH CLARENCE LAMAR PERDUE, :loins of a potentially dangerUi'cotidition
BUY OF TilE WEEK 16 FT. CARTERCRAFT, tilt Distinctive service, budget from the time of the first publicationof .24 South 4th Ltreetlernandina STREET, IN NASS\U COUNTY, deceased.TO that could be, c r.sccttdifcare .
TWO trailer 4-cycle Homelite en prices. 261-4686 for this notic Two copies of each Beach. Florida. 1LORIUA. : All Creditor tad AB Persons Hiving .
BEDROOM HOME in nice Telephone claim or demand shall be in writing. rot later than Aug. 7. 1963. Claims or Demands Against Said fo begun early..
..*.* neighborhood, oak floors, cera- gine. $200 down. Phone 261. appointment tfe and shall "Stale the place of residenceand I If you fail to do so Decree Pro Con- Board NOTICE of'is County hereby Commissioners given that the of Estate: .!'

'mie tile bath. Large lot near 3733. tie post office, address- the claimant fesso will be entered against you for Nassau County. Florida, did on July You, and each of you. are hereby
and shall be to
sworn by the -------------
the relief demanded in the notified and required to present
Complaint. any
-' HOME MADE POUND cakes 10, 1963, adopt a resolution closing.
school. House needs work such claimant. his agent, or attorney and
The nature of said suit being for claims and deraartds which you or
.. :as painting. YOU do the work, 15 FT. BOAT, trailer, remote layer and birthday cakes, pies. accompanied by a filing fee of one Divorce. Roadway vacating and or Alleyway abandoning described that certain as either of you may have against thf! I PUBLIC NOTICE.

,WE furnish the material and cables, steering wheel, hard All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. dollar filed and such claim or demand not Witness my hand and the seat of follows: estate of Clarence Lamar Perdue, deceased
shall be
so .
said Court at Fernandina Beach Nassau THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF late of Nassau County .'Iotida. NOTICE or NAMES tP ,PERSONS
?Tyou will have a nice home for ware, canvas cover. $195. Ph. 261-5332. tfc Maynard L. Seldomridge County, Florida, this 27th day of NECTARINE _STREET LYING to the Honorable J. E. Weather. APPEARING TO BB OWNERS OF
,$}O down, $52.50 month. 261-3084. JulSc As administrator of the Estateof June, 19C3.ISEAL BETWEEN SIXTH STREET AND ford. County Judge of Nassau County ABANDONED PROPERTY
Richard R.
I FREE HALF Persian Kittens.Ph. ,deceased. Seldomridge ) -s- D O. Oxley KJHTH STREET. AND THAT Florida and file the same in his Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter 711
I ? if D. 0 Oxley JUice in the Court House in
LARGE SHADED LOTS"At" 2613289. tIc Thos' J"' ;CERTAIN PORTION OF OLIVE County Florida Statutes, entitled 'Florida-Dis
Kme-I Shave; Jr.
?: WNtR'MUST Clerk of the Circuit Court. Nassau County Florida. within six!
sacrifice largebeach STREET LYING BETWEEN
Unclaimed Art"
lia 100 X 145. $10 down Attorney for AdministratorFirst 4t :7-4. 11. 18, '25.f calendar months from the date .of the position of Property ,
1 house. Ocean side, city publication July 4. 1963. first hereof Each claim notice is hereby given that -the per.sans
month. Call Howard FLOOR SANDING art fmkb- IN NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. publication below be ,
listed to the
per Thos. J. Shave Jr., Arty. appear
I demarJ shall be in and
.- sewape, garage. ImirjpJiate'possession. Ham-I ing. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. +t 74.11,18,23 PUBLIC! NOTICE and that said resolution renouncesand or writing cm nets of .unclaimed personal! or intangible -
; :- MAKE US AN mond, 261-3733. disclaims any right or interest of shall state the place of residence and ) property presumed abandoned
office address claimant
Phone 2614609. tIeVELMA'S and Public said post
the in portionof
2-0367-OCK1() Jones Elizabeth' Femondina,
OFFER! MX DEED and shall be sworn to by the claimant
PUBLIC NOTICE said Alley-way.
Roadway or
BRAND NEW 753 pound Beach Fla.Information ,
if if if capa. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- his agent or attorney, and any the amount
city chest type freezer. 1 year KIDDIE NURSERY INVITATION FOR BIDS Ben Sorensen the holder of the follnw. SIONRS NASSAU COUNTY. such claim or demand net so filed description of concerning the Property and :tht
PAUL C. BURNS ing certificates has filed'said certificates Shall be void.DATED .
; guarantee. $278.00 Call 261- By hour, day or week. 102S. FOR REAL ESTATE FLORIDA. name and address of the holder maybe
for a tax deed to be !issued July 17th., 19C3
Builder of Kingsberry Homes 4491 Chucks T.V. tie 10th St Ph. 261-4G86 for I The Board of County Commissioners thereon. The certificate numbers and Iy James Chairman Thomas /sMARY WRIGHT PERDUE I I obtained by any penons 'p.ssess.Ing' .

--..319 S.. 8th St. Phone 261-3G06 appointment tfc. of Nassau County. Honda as Trus. years of issuance the description of ATTESTs : Mary Wright Perdue, as an interest lit the prqpertv by addressing ,
tees of the former City of Itoulougne the property and the names in which tratrix of the estate, of AdminiS'1 an inquiry to Ry E. i.Tfen
RUN-A-BOUT boat with controls I offer fur sale and bids for assessed follows / / D. O Oxley State Comptroller ai AdmlnMr tor,
FIFTY HEAD OF LAYING invite the it was are as : ExOfficio ClerkIt Lamar Perdue 'deceased.
I trailer and 35 horse QUALIFIED YOUNG WIFE following described property: Certificate No. 56 Year of Issuance 718 fsf HERI'ERT Wm. t'J Abandoned Property Division Capitol,
hens. $50. Prime condition. will care for your children while! AU that certain lot, piece or par. IWt I Herbert Wm. FlaMes 'HLER'I I Tallahassee Florida, lie" sure to mentwn '
motor. Will sell as complete eel of land situate, and be. of Property mock 6 Lots I account number. "name ana[ SfS-
Phone 261-4195 ask for Mrs. lying Description I- 215' Atlantic Avenue
work. Also of
I outfit or separate. Ph. 261.' you capable tutoring. -I ing in Lection 13.Towibhip 4 North. No. 1 and 2 Old Town City of Fernan Fernairlma Beach, Florida. dresS as published lit this notir:U>
4 Keaton. Ju 28c Ph. 2615900. tIc CLASSIFIED less proof of ownership is presented
tfc Itange 23 East Nassau County. dina Peach Attorney for said estate. .
-::..-- 4610. Honda and being further described Name in Which assessed: William 4t 7-13, 25..I-L8 to the holder by September 28, 1903,
BUY A HOMESITE! on the Nassau : DRESS MAKING IN my homeat by metes and bounds as fol, Handley Estate: DISPLAY the property will be delivered to the
LOVELY RED BRICK home. Administrator. Thereafter all further
of Issuance
lows Beginning at the Northwest Certificate No. 57 Year
River Beautiful high O'Neal. Ph. 2613959. be direct d ta the Administrator
tfc cLims must
205 S. 19th. Across from Sr. coiner of Section 13 and going
t and dry lots at Nassauville. South 89 degrees 41 minutes East Description of Property Block 7. Lots Trade At Home .
Others with waterfront High School Will take a lot along north line of Section 13., for No. 10, I!. 14. .Old Town City of rernundina Ray E. Green
privil.I on beach for down paymentC. INSTRUCTIONSJOB 3445 feet to the Southwesterly Beach As Administrator. .
Small down I Name in which assessed Mrs. William REPOSSESSED -- ---- -
eges. payment W. Howard builder Ph. I right-of-way of U. S. Highway No.
1 has 200 ft. Handley
Terms to suit. Phone Francis ( nghi-of-way), thencego
2615008. tfc South 46 degrees 16 minutes All of said property being in the
i Ellis, POpular 5-2CC1,. Jackwv SECURITY can be yours by II east. along Southwesterly right.of- City of Fferaaadura teach. County of I 1963 I ICORVAIR. FOREIGN JOBS

ville. !fe. YULEE 10 ACRES with 875' preparing now for coming Civil nay of U. S. No. 1 for 250.0 feet Nassau. State of Florida.
Service to the point of beginning; thence : Unless such certificate or certificates -I
Send Ad-
frontage on U. S. 17, $10,000. exams name, continue S 46 degrees 16 minutes shall be redeemed according to Foreign employment offers men and women choice of 19 conn-
FOUR PIECE STRATFORD'sectional 200' next to Hoppy's Barbeque dress and phone number to NATIONAL east along southwesterly right-of- law the property described in such tries free transportation Special tax benefits bonuses
sofa like chest of TRAINING SERVICE way of U. S. Highway No. 1. for certificate or certificates will be sold .
new of life in
I $3000. 4tf acres with 356' on to the highest bidder at the court liberal vacations And a most unique way *OT
2WO feet thence
Stouta 44 degrees I
drawers, one leather top table, Road 200, across from colored INC. Box 500, Greenwich, Conn. 41 minutes; West'go for 333.0 feet house door on the first Monday in $1600Contact eminent careers or with American companies, their Bub&idiar

I one plastic upholstered chair, school $3,500. Terms. RICHARD JU2Se to County Road, thence go North Month of August. 1963. which is the ies. Over half a million Americans work and exceptionally
2 degrees 11 minutes West, along 5th day of August. 1963. ; well outside the ILS.A. You to $1,600 month
small book
one Ph. rai earn up per
epMe. D. BARKER EV-8-2691 : Dated. this 27th day of June 1GC3.D .
easterly side of the 40 foot CountytItou1
t 5187. tIe Ju2Le HELP WANTED tot 2715 .feet, thence go :. 0 Oxley I paid in U. S. currency. For .complete information send $2 Id
lNEf North 44 'degrees 44 minutes East*, ? Clerk of Circuit Court ofNassau Foreign Projects, P. 0. fox W5, Beverly Hills, Cahf.
MATCHED tad for 346,9 feet to the P&mtof Beginning -* County' Florida L. A. Ferreira11oijdaN1fonat -
SET.rPjajnond .TOY.7TTERflIEflZ..L f3Ofl } A QN fu1I.r, 41 : ': : n. .1....U. I
: This parcel-6f land contains: : .' }: _:.,13_ CALIFORNIA JOBS
banie'wPr1et4tu ; ,
t wedding lit'rll trtl't-) ... l _. art .J \ .; yes.rrtoje-} ) $ )essat4.ah 337VjDtflltt -;;'r.- : 1" : .. cr- i. if n .
Sell See B TtiG' attffoftoa. r .\ VJ 1' : .:;Y't: rja5 'r.'" .... ,.(r \-: "' .!"l' : ''''\1em ) C'wir fY)1JeS.# .*s&." r. : Trareaef! .Tffsjjadvertrs \.Tff < I ; ( BanfcJPernandina t Thousands of- qew job opening* ww.in Sruthtrn California in :
Bank. tfc. n8unns nt ,'Uunrs r iz for underground cables of American jog in 'na's aB. fields. Permanent J Job SecUTiIyt<< Swii J2 for Job Information,

.. Fernandina Beach. Earn $G500 Telephone and Telegraph Com-",- newspapers even great. Beach; Ha. names and addresses to ClUor.ra'Joos.P.'0. Hex 1944, Beverly)
parry and containing 0.15 acre. er readership than the sports I
and No
weekly. investment. hints Calif.
) BEACH HOMES FOR RENTNICE up Sealed bids together with deposit of page. ,
2173 S. Fletcher Set your own hours. Write C. IOc. of bid payable by Ca hier'S .-
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I R. Ruble Dept J-2 P. 0. Box check to Board of County Commissioners -
-. 3: bedrooms Nassau County, Florida as
kitchen and dinin--rea.} Living CLEAN FURNISHED a- 2447, Memphis, Tenn. Ju25p trustees of the former City of Bou-
partment 130G Atlantic Ave.i luugne. conditioned on fulfillment of
room, Florida room, utility Ph. 2C1-4835. Adults only. tiC GIRL FOR GENERAL office bid, shall be submitted to D. 0. Oxley

.. ..room and two-car oarage.. work. Must be accurate with Clerk.Nassau Board Cwmty.' County Flonda.Comrmssioneri.not later than Suburban Propane Gas Service

1f TWO NICELY FURNISHEDrooms I figures, some typing. Good 10:00 o'clock.11... August 14th 1963.! i
2478 S. Flecker !, 301 Broome St Call working conditions, excellent at which time same will be considered. .

OCEAN SIDE thre and
starting salary. within ten (10) days after acceptance
home. Servant's quarters. Call 225-5122 for appointment of bid by County Commissioners. Conveyance CLEAN SAFE FAST AUTOMATIC i

I if it if NICE ROOM with private bath, will be by the Simple Deed.
T 309 South 6th private entrance, half block tie The Board reserves the right to ECONOMICAL DEPENDABLE EFFICIENT f
St. I Equal Opporunity Employer reject any or all bids. : '
TWO STORY duplex. Freshly from Post Office. Phone 261- --- -_.- Dated this 18th day of Jury 1963. Each Suburban Gas service installation is ii.

I. painted. With new roof, plumb 4341. tIe HOME SALESMEN WANTED SIONERS.HOARD OF AS COUNTY TRUSTEES COMMIS OF Ideal Fir. YOUR GAS carefully tailored to best fit the requirement: 1'of

..ing and wiring. $7,000. TWO: ROOM[ FURNISHED Good commission Fullor THE IORMER CITY OF BOU. ; the Individual customer. Your installation

if partment suitable for couples part time. No experience LOGNE.FLORIDA.BY. NASSAU COUNTY. 4.' .. ((INSTALLATIONJiCYLINDER may be Cylinder ExcKange Service Metered
wiH train. Call f
403 S. 16th St. necessary, Jim Thomas. Chafcmaiu
only. 310 N. 5th St. tie i Service Bulk Service.
Home Businesses, or
Farms and
3 BEDROOM :Masonry home 2G1-5027 before 10 ajn. tfc. ATTEST.D : I ,
O Oxley. Clerk. ha. '
$100 down. FOR BEACH RENTALS, call 261- 2t 713,23 Beyond Gas Mains and For Industry
i is
if if 4642, W. I. McCranie. Will be I PUBLIC NOTICE When one cylinder completely empty, the

409 S. 6th St glad to show anyone the beach I NOTICE TO CREDITORS PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE Anywhere. ;x' reserve cylinder is j put into use. You notifyi

C ROOM I HOUSE 3 bedroom apts and cottages. tie IX TilE FLORIDA COURT OF STATUTES THE COUNT '!' ,i. Suburban Propane by mailing a special order

kitchen and breakfast room, JUDGE. NASSAU COUNTY FLOR. TO BIDDERS .EXCHANGE card, and a full cylinder i is then delivered to

Florida room, and workshop, LOVELY downstairs VACATION ocean I In IDA.re: Estate IV: PRORATE.of elliot Sealed of bids the will Amelia be received Island Mosquito at the if '* \: you In exchange for the empty one. In thh
apartment Control District of Nassau J
\ULLL\M fl'RMAN: COLLINS, De County 'SERVICE always bars a of .
$7,500.BEACH at '7 North way you reserve cylinder
PROPERTY with fenced in yard. Sleeps 10 ceased. Florida 4th Street, Fer
to 12 Phone To AU Creditors and Persons Having nandina Beach. Florida anti 2:00Odock .r: :d'J I gas on hand.
t 229 Ft OCEAN frontage, just people. 2613174.tfe Claims or D nui4s Aiiast Said Estate PiL, Friday July 26. 1963 Your Suburban Propane Gai:
: for the following: .. .5 .
South of Blue Marlin Motel
I You and each d you are hereby 10.000 Gallons Extra Crate Raso- Suburban Propane ia delivered to permanent
$100 front foot. line. A 000 Uafions No. 2 Fuel Oil. Service Comes To Von From A .
per SMALL UNFURNISHED house notified and required to present any { I
if if ir claims and demands which you. or 10.800 Gallons cf Extra Grade Ga o- -f"METERED storage on your premises by a 'regularly schei-
for rent 1310 Franklin St. Call line. specifications are to meet Stateaeqiian.Ms Modern Office Salesroom and-.
either of you. may have against: the flied tank track. Your gas corotrmption is '
2151-5277 for further information. estate of Wiflun Fonmit 'QifftRS. zTe* Soc Extra tirade Gaso .
Stanley Drive. 3 Bedrooms, 2 tIc ceased late of said County to the line. Deliveries will be made by Tank p Distribution Plant Located I n SERVICE registered on a meter, and you are billed accordingly .

baths large tot, fenced in County Judge of Nassau County. Florida Wagon deliveries- not to exceed 5uOtiaitora. You pay only for the gas use
at I hh office in the court boost Fernandina Beach. 0 n e of 96
backyard, plenty of shade FURNISHED APARTMENT for of said County at Feraandbu Beach 2B.MO Gallons No.'2 Fuel Oil after you use it.

41 J trees and shrubbery. $450 rest 111 Sv 5th St. tfe Ftoridi within sn: calendar months :L All AB bids bids most exclude all Taxes. Suburban Propane Gas Service -
tram in* tfcne *f ftc fag jmbUratm must state earliest
down and $S5 per month see of this n..* ce. Two copies of each guaranteed delivery date. This service is provided for farms industry -.
Pete. McCRANIE APTS I claim or demand! shall be in writing 3. All bids must be marked on Centers In 17 States. Each Cen. ,
I ONE THREE-ROOM furnishedapartment and shall state the place of residence outside of sealed envelope. T.id on BULK totrmierdal: and pMJanihrcpie institutions

if if if Private bath. Utilities I and post office address of the claimant Gasoline & Fuel Oil Contract and not ter Is Operated By Skilled, Local where large quantities of gas are used. No
to be unto 2
FIVE POINTS and shall be sworn to by the opened :00 O'clock. P.M.
and his Friday July 26. 19O.'' I gas requirement is "too big" to be served by
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE washing machine fur. claimant agent or attorney and i People Who Take Pride In Serving SERVICE
L accompanied by a filing fee of one I The Board .f Commissioners of the I
I 100 z 100 corner lot. Four nished. $11.25 per week. For I dollar .aM! sock claim or demand not Amelia Island Mosquito Control District You. Propane Gas Service in an efficient, economical -

trees nice yard only Information Ph. 261-4642 W. I. to filed shall be void.MARUARET oi Nassau County. Florida reserves and dependable manner.
pecan T, COLLINS the right to reject any or aQ -
McCranie. If
I J 8000. Will trade for home. BO answer Ph. I As idmuastrtrtr of the Estate cf bids and to accept the cheapest or
l with small acreage. 261-9035 Mrs. Long. tie WILLIAM FUKMAN COLLINS, de test if such action is to the best interest -
ceasedThomas of said Board. ;r SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS SERVICE
' Pete Saltaaia AKaraey for Administratrix ERS OF AMELIA KLAXD KOSQtBTO Cufanbt
Itf r&a. ed. Year round re&UI. mast U Berth rMTth S, CBKTKGS BiSTWCT Oi1 ..!

L. L. Bohinnon, Broker be locally employed. $60 per Fernandina Beach Florida. NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA (

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nished' 1 bath, den. 100' by downstairs apartment pviv PUt1OTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE .

f WANT AD RATES 300'. Front half has chain-link ate entrance. Ph. 2614645./ tIc Notice Is ,h reb _jlveii that the un OF SALE j
fence See to appreciate. Ph. flfrsfgned pura&Mt'to( the "Fictitious Notice is hereby gfrar that pursuant
.05 per word .75 mInimumS ;, UPPER DECK APIS. Completely Name StatutetSChanter No. :20953 to a Final Decree of Forectos-)
225-5294 after 6 p.m. tfc Laws of Florttf-U&l as amended b> are entered in cause numbered 2Got.n .
Card of Thanks, Besolutfoa furnished including TV Chapter N :'STtW.'Law of Florid the Circuit Court of Nassau Coun- ,\

and Similar Notice 961 HONDA Motor-Cycle A- Phone 2G1-3118. tfe 1951. being .Section 05.09. Florida .y, .Florida I will sell the property (
L'ututes. will:register with the Clerkof jit uated in Nassau County Florida, {
.13 per word f tOO minimon 1 condition. Ph. 261-4535 the CircuitCourt1 in and for Nassau described as; t
after 5 p.m. tIc FURNISHED APT. for rent. Ph. County, Florida;.upon receipt of proof Sub-Lots "A" and "B" in Lot 5,
Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687or 261-4320. tfc of publicatwrr-rofTttls: notice the fictitious Mock .218, FERNANDINA according \
name. 'to-qit:5 to the official plat of said Cityas .
place ad at office EPIC IJROCERY lithographed and issued by the ASeedce.fYovlioctoscfMaisiu,
511 Ash Street bag. two woods, 4 irons, put. Unfurnished house for rent $ Under which we are engaged In Florida Railroad Company ia 1857 Yowr Local ttc&st Socirtr ss&ihqFlorida \1
ter. Used four times $55. Ph. 261-4663. tie ---i business at. 201::'.South 14th Street in and enlarged revised aitl reissued Medical Allocution. "* \
Stczryj the CJty of TereandJna Beach, Florida. by the Florida Town Improvement
Phone 2615352. tIc ONE THREE room furnished That the partIes interested in said Company in 1887 and 1901.. KEEP 1Jl.EYE ON ?OUR- (
business enterprise: are J. T. and it public sale. to the highest and best :CHILD'S .
FOR SALEFOR QUAUTY HOMES John J. house. Carolyn P. :Cllrtef. ofdder for rash at the front door of VISION ;
by "'
if if if I 4t 1,27. 1-4. 11, It .he Nassau County Courthouse in Fer-
Eynon Construction Co., Jacksonville TWO BEDROOM unfurnished: tandina Beach. Florida, between .With the more widtsprhd 1
11:00 .A.M. and 2:00 P-M on the 29th
733-1343. FRAME utilization of regular physical
BLOCK BRICK. No 1183.51 examinations, more small children -
\ D. 0. OXLEY
money k\\111\
transferred (
must sell immediately
ir if
down, on your lot. Ten and 12 RTITATION FOR BIDS Clerk of the Circuit Court are being found early with
$825 equity for B.F.SABLMANPHONE FOR AUTOMOBILES (COURT SEAL) defective vision than: tvtr J>e.
$100, pick op.payments. Three year financing. Fully completed 21-3221 Board of County Commissionersof NIGHT KNCAID- POUCHER & fore. Thus mote small chi!-

large bedrooms includes 2 inch wall, tank % Nassau County. Florida as Trustees HARRIS drra are- now 'weain gfa m baths, Ii, %
of the former City of Boulougne, 1112 Harriett: Bank Building
and pump septic: tank tile TWO BEDROOM NICELY fur. .childhOOd play --gUsSfi ale
ing room, separate dining offer for sale and invite bids for thE Jacksonville 1. FloridaIt ;
mm, kitchen. 3 bath hardwood floors. Also nished apartment. Electric following described Automobile i 7-18-63 easily broken. If a 'yofligster
Only '
years home remodeling additions : One Model W63 Chevrolet 4 Door in your family wears glasses,
old. Lot 80 x 105-- 626 S. 15th Kitchen, Automatic Hot Water : Sedan. Biscayne body. Beige Color, PUBLIC NOTICE :inquire about 'the 'protective

St. Phone 261-5054. ne complete plumbing. Three to 7 $50 Monthly. Lower South equipped with 409 H.P., Motor and tenses that .
years, bank rates. ORVILLE Two Double "Barrell" Carburetors. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT toy THE' are" npwa'yailable.
Immediate Hal-
PAYM1&T occupancy. Serial No. 31269 A 125,939 Automo- FOURTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN *
NO DOWN three WAHLIN, rep. 540 North Flet- ter .- 1631 S. Fletcher. bile may be seen, by contacting AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLOR ;'Vinal t care of children shot 1d

bedrooms, one and a half baths. eher, Fernandina Beach, phone Nassau County Jail, Fernandinaneach. IDA. IN CHANCERY, begin in -presch6of
< yefr's
Ph. 215457./ 2615027. tfc TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs Florida. NO. 2(94IN' 5 ,
tcopr..u.r Sealed bids together with deposit of RE: Adoption of :when many eye defects stilt canbe
furnished. All electric kitchen. 10<,. of bid payable by Cashier' DOXN JEAN: BOYD, corrected. If the eye defect
100 FT. RIVER FRONTAGE 1054' by 10' mobile home Phone 201-5269 or 2613230. tic check to Board of County Commissioners a Minor js something that cannot be

Amelia City. Lot 600 Ft. deep 2 bedrooms, full bath, dark Serve Nassau County Florida, astrustees NOTICE TO APPEAR corrected except by glasses! ; it
of the former City of Bou THE STATE OF FLORIDA
{ 1.<' CsixAfle. t'J... 'L4ct hc sii4LL. PVJ1RJSJJEJ> !Db1Z S 'fr W3t S .)tZfns;. t DA&ticnpd pn iuU&in ofii4 TO ROBERT HARRISON BQ'fO is important to have the chill!!

3 a: { _l <5f <<"{l <3.. i1 lye RlDentKed to 2> fitNassau Dxj '}). 1> }, -,, 1nasSf'EthZ <&y $, 'S <.c

i 6 n 5y. Ph. 261-5382. tic BEAUTIFULLY KEPT, three) Phone 26 2 'E&chxU b a$5i' ?7ztr1>>> cI )> :
notified d
lFrn 5-- CoiArty Florida not laCer taaa You are hereby and a.t play.
bedroom home, near new 10:00: o'clock A.M., August 14th, 1963. tition has been filed in the' Circuit
BOAT, MOTOR and. trailer school $-150 down only $55. a at which time same will be considered. Court for Nassau County. .Florida in Equally: important for p\r'tots .

I S i9C2 model. Good :t\UY' contact month. MISCELLANEOUSC. ..- Vale price shall be for Cash payable Chancery by Phillip E. Taylor..Jofced &f thildfTQ! who war
opec acceptance of bid, by County by his wife Peggy Joyce Taylor for glasses is to remember that Ih.child's .
Lynn Haddock, 201 S. if if if Commissioners. the adoption of a minor child of whomit
18th St. Ph. 2G1-4218. ticS FOUR BEDROOM HOME, just W. HOWARD, General Con PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICEIN The Hoard reserves the right to is alleged you are the legal father vision changes and that
'' reject any or all bids. and you are hereby commanded to regular eye examinations wl
KINfiSRERRY-- -HOME-- off Atlantic: Avenue. Fencedin tractor, unlimited experiencein FLORIDA TO STATUTES CREDITORS TilE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND. Dated this 18th day of July 1963. appear in said Court on Thursday the I important to make certain that
down. all types of buildings. Ph. FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA I'.OARD: OF COUNTY COMMIS- 15th day of August. A. D.t 1943. and the
BRAND NEW 3 bedroom yard just $475 IN THE COURT OF TUE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 2M7.MOLL1E I glasses provide the proper
why'said petition
cause any
2615008. tie nIXiE, NASSAUCOUNTY, FLORIDA correction. .
brick, oak floors. Just outside IN PROBATE. I THE FORMER CITY OF BOU- should not be granted.WITNESS _
FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom In re: Estate of Plaintiff, LOUUNE. NASAU COUNTY, my hand and seal of said Some of the warning signs-ol .
city limits. Entire down pay. WE TOP AND TRIM trees do -TI- FLORIDA. Court. at Fernandina Beach, Florida, trouble in children
2 bath home not R. SELDOMRIDGE, Deceased KENNETH eye frt
a project ( :: RAY NOLES,
'of A. D., 1963.
Jim Thomas Chairman. this 10th
ment only$350.. Less to vets. BY day July excessive
$12,750 $500 down. yard work. Call 2613978. If Defendant ATTEST: (SEAL) '.- D. 0. OXLEYD. blinking, frequent rybblag <
Total monthly payment, includIng if ir ir no answer call 2613145. To ceased.AH Creditors and Persons Having NOTICE OF SUIT D. 0. Oxley Clerk. 0. OXLEY. Clerk of the Circuit (;f eyes, squinting, txce *
insurance and taxes, $ O.KINCISBERRY Claims or Demands Against Said Estate STATE OF FLORIDATO 2t 7.18, 25 Court lire frowning, stumbling oter
JUST $200 DOWN-SCO Monthly : Kenneth Ray Noles 4t 7-IJ. 25. 8.1. 8TUBLTcTNOTICE
small. objects undue
if if PAINTING houses, inside and : Eastman. Ceorgia: .sensitivity
I TRADE-IN Buys masonry, three bedroom out, roofs. Screening. Window You and each of you are hereby You are hereby) notified that a suit PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE tolight, red or swollen !$.,
home, recently redecor notified and required to'present any has been filed against you in the 1 sties and inflamed or watery
IMMEDIATE possession of three cleaning and janitor service.Ph. claims and demands which you or above emitted cause; and that you j, OF ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION eyes '
ated. '
bedroom masonry home with 261-5135 day and night. either of you. may have against the are hereby required to file your an-j I CLOSLNC THAT CER. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN '. j
I if if if estate of Richard R. Seldomridge. de. swer with the Clerk of this Court and TAIN PORTION OF NECTARINE THE COUNTY JUDlXTS COURT: 'I. If your child shows, thy!oftWe
carport. $250 down, $58 per Jul8p ceased late of said County to the to serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff -I( STREET LYING nETWEEN SLXTII IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNT, symptoms, see your py.stcian. -
month. Recently redecorated in John T. Ferreira & SOB bounty Judge of Naesau County, Florida or Plaintiffs attorney hose STREET ANI EIGHTH STREET FLORIDA. LV PROBATE.No. They not be ericm
may $ -
terior. I 508 Atlantic Ave. Phone 261.5571 VANITY BEAUTY SHOP at his office in the cuirr house name and address is: I AND. THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF 2035 $; bit her could be
if if Thrifty permanent wave, 595. Florkfa.; within six aJendar months P. 0. Box 462 SIXTH STREET AND SEVENTH CLARENCE LAMAR PERDUE, :toms of a potentially'dangerfJui
BUY OF THE WEEK 16 FT. CARTERCRAFT, tilt Distinctive service, budget from the time of the first publicationof 24 South 4th Street' STREET IN NASSAU COUNTY deceased. i condition that cocM be cpr-
TWO trailer, 4-cyeIe Homelite en t prices. Telephone. 261-4686 for this notice. Two copies of each Fernandina Beach. Florida 1LORIDA. TO: All Creditors and AM Persons Hay.I ,fected.if tare Is begun early.*
HOME in nice
claim or) demand shall be in writing not later than Aug. 7. 1963. log Claims or Demands Against Said ,
NOTICE .Is hereby given that the .
'J:*. neighborhood! oak floors, cent'mic gine. $200 down. Phone 261. appointment. tfe and shall state the place of residenceand I If you fail to do so. Decree Pro Con- Board of County Commissioners of Estate: I !
,, 3733. tic, post office, address the claim. fesso- will be entered against you for Nassau County, Florida, did on July You. and each of you. are hereby
tile bath.
lot I
Large near ------4PUBLIC ------
and shall be to the
ant. sworn by'
HOME MADE POUND the relief demanded in the Complaint.The 10, 1963. adopt a resolution clOSing notified and required to present any
: schooL House needs work such cakes, claimant,, his agent or 'attorney and nature of said suit being for vacating and abandoning that certain claims and demands which you; or
,_:as painting. YOU do the work, 15 FT. BOAT, trailer, remote .layer and birthday cakes, pies. accompanied by a filing fee of one Divorce. Roadway or Alley-way described as either of you. may have against tht NOTICE,
cables, steering wheel, hardware All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. dollar and such claim or demand not Witness my hand and the seal of follows: estate of Clarence Lamar Perdue, deceased
WE furnish the material and so filed shall be void. said Court at Fernandina Beach Nassau THAT CERTAIN PORTION OF late of Nassau County.<< Flof- NOTICE OT NAMES OF PERSONS
':**}ou will have a nice home for canvas cover. $195. Ph. 2615332. tfc Maynard L. SeldomridgeAs County Florid, this 27th day of NECTARINE STREET LYINi! ida, to the Honorable J. E. Weather- APPEARING TO BI. OWNERS OF
261-3084. JulSc administrator of the Estateof June. 19C3. BETWEEN SIXTH STREET AND ford. County Judge of Nassau County ABANDONED PROPERTY
-$50 down, $52.50 month. Richard R. Seldomridge,' (SEAL) -s- D. O. Oxley Florida and file the same in his
FREE HALF Persian Kittens.Ph. KJHTH STREET AND THATCERTAIN Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter ?17. I
-?". & ti .* S .deceased. D. 0. Oxley :" PORTION OF OLIVE sffice in the County Court House in Florida Statutes entitled "Florida.I>is--
LARGE SHADED LOTS-ttAme.1 2613289. tIc Thos' J.t-SKaVe; Jr. Clerk of the Circuit Court Nassau County, Florida within six
:OWNER: MUST sacrifice large for AdministratorFirst STREET LYIN BETWEEN position of Unclaimed Property Act",
Attorney of
18 25 calendar months from the date the
4t Z4.iI. .
lia 100 X 145. SEVENTH
publication July 4. 19C3. SIXTH AND STREET notice is hereby given tAat the persons
beach house. Ocean side hereof. Each claim
city first publication
FLOOR SANDING fefinl NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.and listed below to be the
per month. Call Howard 1- Thos. J. Shave, Jr.. Atty: NOTICED or demar.'J shall be in writing and appear
sewape, garage. ImmJrJiateVP PUBLIC! that said resolution renounces owners of unclaimed pertohal! or intangible
lIam-1 Floor 7-4 11,18,25
mond, 261-3733. ing. tile. Paul E. Hanson. and disclaims any right or interest of shan state the place of residence and property presumed abandoned.
p : 3session' MAKE US AN APPLICATION FOR office address of the claimant.
-* NOTICE OF Public in said post
Phone and portionof
2614609. tfc the County 20347XKl; <)(); Jones Elizabeth Femanflina
DEED and shall be to by the claimant
OFFER! TAX sworn
said or Alley-way.
PUBLIC NOTICE Roadway Beach, Fla.Information
BRAND NEW 753 pound capa. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- his agent, or attorney, and any concerning the amount of
it it city chest type freezer. 1 year VELMA'S KIDDIE NURSERY INVITATION FOR BIDS Ben Sorensen the holder of the following SIONRS NASSAU COUNTY. such claim or demand net so, filed description of the Property and tht

/I PAUL C. BURNS guarantee. $278.00 Call 2( l. By hour, day or week. 102 FOR REAL ESTATE cates certificates for a tax has deed fUed'said to be certifi-issued FLORIDA.James Thomas Shan be void.DATED July. 17th., 19C3: name and address of the holder !maybe

Builder of Kingsberry Homes, 4491 Chocks T.V. tie S. 10th St Ph. 261-4C86 for I The Board of County Commissioners thereon. The certificate numbers and fly Chairman /sMARY WRIGHT PERDUE ing1 obtained an interest by lit any pie persons propertv'poises by ad-

...,319 S. Sth St. Phone 26MG06 appointment tie I of Nassau County. Florida. as Trus- years of issuance the description of ATTESTs : Mary Wright Perdue as Adminis dressing an inquiry to Ry E. Treeo,
tees of the former City of Itoulougne.offer the property and the names in whichit D. O. Oxley tratrix of the estate of Clarence.
L / / State' Comptroller af Administrator
RUN-A-BOUT boat with controls for sale and invite 'bids for the was assessed are as follows: Ex-Officio ClerkIt Lamar Perdue, deceased.
FIFTY HEAD OF LAYING Abandoned Property Division Capitol
QUALIFIED YOUNG WIFE 56 Year of Issuance : Wm. FltWLER'Herbert
trailer and 35 horse following described property: Certificate No. 7-18 /HERBERT
lie to
Florida sure jnen-
hens. $50. Prime condition. will care for your children while I All that certain lot piece or parcel ISO .I __ WTO. Fishier S lion Tallahassee.account number, 'name ana. address
motor. Will sell as complete ;....
of land situate lying and being Description of Property Block 6 Lots 215'i Atlantic Avenue
Phone 261-4195 ask for Mrs. lit this nolice.U*
work. Also of published
tu as
outfit or separate. Ph. 261- you capable in I'ection 13 Township 4 North. No. 1 and .2 Old Town City of Fernan .Fernairdina Beach, Florida. is presentedto
of ownership
: "Keaton. Ju 28c Ph. 2615900. tfc Beach CLASSIFIED proof
toring. Range 23 East. Nassau County. dina Attorney for said estaW.
--.:...- 4610. tfc I Florida and being further described Name in Which assessed: William 4t 7-18, 25 ..s... the holder will by September be delivered 28 to.IMS the

BUY A HOMESITE the Nas. DRESS MAKING IN my homeat by metes and bounds as follows -. Handley Estate DISPLAY the Administrator.property Thereafter, all further
LOVELY RED BRICK home. ; Beginning at the Nortlmest Certificate No. 57 Year of Issuance
tau River Beautiful high O'Neal. Ph. 2613959. tIc cfcims must be directed ta the Administrator.
205 S. 19th. Across from Sr. coiner of Section 13 and going 1961 .
and dry lots at Nassauvflle. South 89 degrees 41 minutes East Description of Property Block 7, Lots Trade At Home fireen
High School Will take a lot alorrg north line of Section 13.. for No. 10. 15 14. 'Old Town. City of Fer I. Ray E.
Others with waterfront privil. down 344.5 feet to the Southwesterly nandina Beach As Administrator. .
beach for payment .
on I --- S .
----- -- :
INSTRUCTIONS Name in which assessed Mrs. William REPOSSESSED ---- --=::
I eges. Small down payment Howard builder Ph. I! right-of-way of U. S. Highway No. 1
1 (has 200 ft. right-of-way): thence HandleyAll
Terms to suit. Phone Francis 261-5008. lIe go South 46 degrees 16 minutes of said property being in the I I II
1 Ellis, POpular 5-2CC1 Jackson JOB SECURITY can be yours by I I east. along Southwesterly. right-of- City of Ftinaadiifa Beach, County of I I 1963 FOREIGN JOBS'Feign

ville. !fe. YULEE 10 ACRES with 875' preparing now for coming Civil} way of U. S. No. 1 for 230.0 feet Nassau. State of Florida.
: Unless such certificate or certificates -I I
frontage on U. S. 17, $10,000. Service exams. Send name, ad. to continue the point S 46 of degrees beginning 16: minutes thence< shall be redeemed according to COR V AIR employment offers men and women choke of 19 foun'-

FOUR PIECE STRATFORD'sec'p 200' next to Hoppy's Barbeque dress and phone number to NATIONAL .east along southwesterly right-of- law the property described in such tries free transportation special) tax benefits bonuses

tional sofa, like new, chest: of $3000. 4U acres with 356' on ; TRAINING SERVICE way of U. S. Highway No. 1, for certificate to the highest or certificates bidder at will the be court sold 'I liberal Vacations And a most unique way of life In gor
200.0 feet thence Sfcuth 44 degrees
drawers, one leather top table, Road 200, across from ,colored INC. Box 500, Greenwich, Conn. 41 minutes; West'go for 333.0 feet house door on the first Monday in $1600Contact I ernment careen or with Americas companies, their snbslditr
one plastic upholstered chair, I JU25e U County Road; thence go North Month of August. 1963. which is the I ies. Over half a million Americans work and exceptionally,
schoo, $3,500. 2 degrees 11 minutes West, aloirg ,5th day of August. 1963. I !I well outside the U.S.A. You ria earn up to $1,600 per month
small book Ph. 2fil-
one epse. ARD D. BARKER, EV-8-2691, easterly side of the 40 foot County Dated. this 27th day of June. 1SC3.!
send ttf
i- lit For information $2
i paid U. S. currency. complete
5187. tIc hood tor 273.5 feet; thence go I
I .Jax. u2c North 44 degrees 44 minutes East,. R Clerk of Circuit Court of Foreign Projects, P. 0. Box 1915, Bertrly Hills Carif..

MATCHED SET -\lPiatt1.o dJt .TQY'-IJAT- TERRIERS. t {torl i I A'., ON-: i. folio. 'N.of.'tor [J-iCLff'This feeL parcelof to the PpInt.tuf'fleint)and" eontams I t". ..Nassau.- '' ':- '.County.' _, :}.:Florida't1._ ..._ _...n.eo. .:}_! ., L. A. Ferreira i iI CALIFORNIA JOBS
-' ,,
r 'fcell wedding See bantriwPrIct44tu BiWe:. t\Tfofid3: ..r;'.....dl'P1I'a"Vi; ;, :; ; l j Pi jni" I L'1\ em f( 'T\;w1&.mJ11"' .,efototaffs 1r-i\ a!$:p fIT 1';1.'ta.a4Tesn1ore: ; 'QIJ.eSS", ersj3jahl 1eLa 1.s4ztflgtotiw4r ,:; ?;j\" ; ;--!t -. qsli: (R' 'i s. 'I 'FlotJda"N; atidnal t Bank ', 5' Thousands of new job bpcoinrt i rwfl! $Southern C Information Iiornia.in

r : for W1dergrol1nd rabies of Amen.--' aB fields. Permanent J Jobs* itlHint %lot job ,
Bank. tie.L Fernandina Beach. Earn $C5.00 can Telephone and Telegraph Com-.. ')ng in newspapers even great. Fernandina Beach, Fla.. 1 aisies and addresses to Catiforifa'Jota'0. Rex 1944, Beverly
party and containing 0.15 acre. er readership than the sports
and No Hill Calif.
weekly. investment. ,
BEACH HOMES FOR RENTNICE up Sealed bids together with deposit cf I 5 ,

2173 S. Fletcher' Set your own hours. Write C. 10 c:> of bid payable by Cashiers ,page. -- -- -,- -, = .... _- ,- --- ---- -- --
% ; R. Ruble, Dept J-2, P. 0. Box check to Board of County Commissioners -!
CORNER LOT.. -.. 3.. bedrooms, Nassau County. Florida, as
kitchen and dinin-1U't CLEAN FURNISHED apartment 2447, Memphis, Tenn. Ju25p trustees of the former City of Bou- .
Living 1306 Atlantic Ave. lougne. conditioned on fulfillment of I

room, Florida room, utility Ph. 261-4835. Adults only. tie GIRL FOR GENERAL office bid. shall be submitted to D. 0. Oxley. !.

5...room and two-car: J Yilge. work. Must be accurate with Clerk.Nassau Board County County Florida Commissioners.not later than.1. Suburban Propane Gas Service

Jutf TWO NICELY FURNISHEDrooms figures, some typing. Good 10:00 o'clock A.M.. August 14th. 1S63! ,
2478 S. Flecher 301 Broome St. Call working conditions, excellent at which time same will be
J I'ale shaft be for
OCEAN SIDE threft- bedroom 261-3770 after 5. tfc benefits, and starting salary. within price ten (10) days after ronsidered.1

I home. Servant's quarters. Call 225-5122 for appointment of bid by County Commissioners. Con CLEAN SAFE FAST AUTOMATIC *

I I if if NICE ROOM with private bath, veyance will be by the Simie Deed.
;( S 309 South 6th private entrance, half block tie The Hoard reserves the right to +. ECONOMICAL DEPENDABLE EFFICIENT ,
St. Equal Opporunity Employer reject any or all bids. r S
S TWO STORY duplex. Freshly from Post Office. Phone 261. Dated this 18th day of July 1963. II Each Suburban Gas Service installation is (

I painted. With new roof, plumbing } I 4341. tfe HOME SALESMEN WANTED HOARD OF, AS COUNTY TRUSTEES COMMISSIONERS OF- Idea) For. YOUR GAS carefully tailored to best fit the requirements .

and wiring. $7,000. TWO- ROOM FURNISHED-a- Good commission Fullor THE JORMER CITY OF BOULOGNE. -I : of the Individual customer. Your installation

.5 if if if partment suitable for couples part time. No experience FLORIDA.. NASSAU COUNTY. / ; f/-INSTALLATIONCYLINDER may be' Cylinder Exchange Service, Metered -

403 S. 16th St. only. 310 N. 5th St. tfe necessary, will train. Call! BY. Jun Thomas, Chafe-mam Home Farms and Businesses' 1 Service or Bulk Service.

I S BEDROOM Masonry home 261-5027 before 10 a.m. tfc. ATTEST D. O. Oxley.: Clerk. I I. -

S : $100 down. FOR BEACH RENTALS, call 261- 2t 7-ls,25 Beyond Gas Mains and For Industry When 'one cylinder is completely empty the

ir if if 4612V.. I. McCranie. Will be PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE ,
Anywhere. 't- ){. reserve cylinder is put Into use. You notify
409 S. 6th St. glad to show anyone the beach PUBLIC NOTICE
S FLORIDA STATUTES ; Suburban Propane by mailing a special order
M S -
C ROOM HOUSE 3 bedroom, apts and cottages. tic Df TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY -
S kitchen; and breakfast room JUDGE. NASSAU COUNTY FLOR. NOTICE TO BIDDERS : EXCHANGE card, and a full cylinder i is then delivered to

and LOVELY VACATION: ; oceal IDA. IV PRORATE Staled.bids will be received at the I' 'if 'ti'I t. In exchange for the empty one. In thfc
Florida room, workshop, la rt: Estate of eiiicc i the Amelia Island Mosquito ;; you
front downstairs apartmentwith Control District of Nassau Courtly. I J 'SERVICE
WILLIAM Fl'RMAN COLLINS Den way you always a reserve cylinder of
$7,500.BEACH fenced in yard. Sleeps 10 astd. Honda at 7 North 4th Street FerI
PROPERTY Plane To All Creditor and Persons Having nandina Beach. Florida anti 2:00 I .r. :1:; gas on hand.Snburban .

229 Ft. OCEAN frontage, just to 12 people. 2613174tfc Claims or Demairis Aaian SaM Estate O'Clock.r the following PJL Friday: July 26. 1003.f i Your Suburban Prbpane Gait: "t S

South of Blue Marlin Motel : 10.000 Callons Extra Crate Gaso is dtlivered to
You and each cf you are hereby I Propane perman'nt'METERED ,
$100 per front foot. SMALL UNFURNISHED house notified and required to present any line. & )l000 Lallans No. 2 Fuel OiL I Service Comes To Yoa From Aw storage your premise by Yegularly! scheduled .
lO.ftw Galtons cf
Extra Crade Gasoline
claims and demands which or
if if it for rent. 1310 Franklin St. CaD you. specifications State'Rentia Modern Office Salesroom and;* fro
either of you. may have against the are to meet : tank tr .ck. Your gas co&rtrmption is
BUY OF THE YEAR U11 261-6277 for further Information. I estate oC Wnnant rurtnait 'vbnxfts. De- lot Extra Grade< Gasoline. .
Stanley Drive. 3 Bedrooms, 2 ceased late of said County to the Deliveries will be made by Tank Distribution Plant Located I n SERVICE registered on a meter, and you are billed ac
tic County Judge of Nassau County. Florida Wagon deliveries not to exceed 5U) cordingly. You pay only for the gas you use
baths large tot fenced in '
i ta1nrs.
at his office In the court toast Fernandina Beach. 0 n e of 96
backyard, plenty of shade FURNISHED APARTMENT for ef said Gouty at Feraandbu Beach. 29.000: Gallons No. 2 Fuel OiL after you use it.

.p trees and shrubbery. $450 rest 111 S 5th St tie Florida wtthin six calendar months L All bids mISt exclude all Taxes. Suburban Propane Gas Service -
"_ Iran the time .f tte ftrst ptblkato % AB bids mast state earliest
down and $S5 per month see of this notice. Two copies of each guaranteed delivery date. This service is provided for farms industry, -.
Centers In 117 States. Each
Pete. McCRANIE APTS claim or demand shall be irt writing 3. All bids must be marked on comtnerrial and
I ONE THREE-ROOM furnished 'and shall state the place of residence cuUidc of sealed envelope, "Kid on BULK philanthropic institutions
if if ir and post office address ef the claimant Gasoline & Fuel Oil Contract and not ter Is Operated By Skilled, Local where large quantities of gas are used. No
apartment Private bath. Utilities to be opened until 2:00 O'dock. POL.
FIPOISTS and shall be sworn to by the
and washing machine fur- claimant his agent or attorney and Friday July 24, 196T' I People Who Take Pride In Serv- SERVICE gas requirement is "to big" to be served by
accompanied by a filing fee of one The Board 01 Commissioners of the Propane Gis Service in an efficient economical
nished. $11.25 week. For ,
r 100 x 100 corner lot. Four per dollar and such claim or demand not Amelia Island Mosquito Control District ing You.
J nice Information Ph. 261-4642 W. I. so filed shaD be void. cJ Nassau County. Florida reserves and dependable manner.
trees yard only
pecan MARGARET T. COLLINS the right to reject any or aB
(8,000. Will trade for home McCranie. If BO answer Ph. As vdmaHstrtrtr of the Estate of I bids and to accept the cheapest or
with small 261.9035 Mrs. Lon?. tie WILLIAM FURMAN COLLINS deceased best if such action is to the best interest
( acreage. of said Board. k4gt SUBURBAN PROPANE SERVICE

4 if ic BEACH APARTMENT, furnish.td. TJvomac C. RaIl THE BOARD OF COinOSSIONEBS GAo .I
OF .u
Attorney for Administratrix LLIt..U MOSQWTO
Pet Ucram Salftnia Year roood rental Bust U K rtft Fart St. CONTBeL DSTIHCT OF

L. L. Bohtnnon, Broker be locally employed. $60 per Fernandina Beach Florida. NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDABy

t 13 N. 4th St Phone 261-3269 month. 278 S. Fletcher tic First publication June S27,7.4.I1.1 27th. ISO.it G. Ralph Wolff Chairman.2t Ml. U SOUTH- SEVENTH 2613661"T.,



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l ? ?;c Twelve News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 18, 1963 I seen merit, said Robert Cattle brought them. In, torn cases, factories could be productive
FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSBy I now are shipped to the midwestto however, the materials would I with the available water trans.
be fed corn before being be shipped in and out by barge.As portation '

=.Joo Late To Classify I am confident are successfully if .the plans carriedout outlined Worley j Brown, Chairman, year. We estimate there will be slaughtered. With barge trans. an example of the potential Adams, however, has not lim
portation, corn might be shippedto said recently his the canal t6
which I am sure they will two million nonfarmemployedworking Roberts a man I ited pitch on
,be, Florida will be the envy of Florida Industrial Commission in Florida by 1970. Florida to feed cattle before discussed the possibility of its industrial potential He saidit
they are slaughtered here. two three also would about recreational -
every state in the Union when Statistics ar// highly important eventually putting or bring
Since the Chicago World's] lighted at night and is bound to the gates of the 1964 World's in the battle for industrial Railroads in the midwest have brick factories on the canal I Improvements with
I' Funds For been neutral, Roberts said, to when it is completed. The man the man-mat lakes, fresh water *
Fair in 1933 Florida has held become a familiar landmark in Fair opens in New York. safe/ because they tell us how
the because 'I said Florida soil contains i ii reservoirs and aid in flood
waterway development an ,
the the minds of all fair visitors.
leadership among states asan The manner in which the industries well we are doing. But it is the I'
At the Great Lakes fhe will of modern of the business it has i ideal brick ingredient and the control
exhibitor. building be are supporting the exhibit tragedy and horror of the indus Barge Canal .
Exposition in Cleveland and at architectural design in harmony together with the full cooperation trial accident that spurs all of -
the lasL New York World's Fair with present-day fair exhibits of such communitiesas us on to greater effort in the ..
Florida's participation was so and every section of the state Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville, struggle against accidental death In Trouble?
outstanding that it was in a will be represented by individual Orlando, St. Petersburg insures and injury.

class by itself. We are still reap.. exhibits; in a giant circular exhibition a representative showing of According to the statistics, Tallahassee The possibilityof
ing benefits from those exhibits. wall. Florida's many resources. however, we have been winningthe an appropriation for the pro- BILLS ,

Very frequently I meet folks A magnificent waterfront lo- The citrus industry deserves fight. But we must be unrelenting posed Florida Cross State Barge
who tell me that they decided to.retire cation makes possible the full special credit fern,ito contribution in this conflict because Canal may be delayed by the I .

in Florida after seeing development of Florida's aquatic of over a nWioh i,'dollars in, nothing short of the perfect record pending civil rights fight in the BILLS ,
our marvelous exhibits and no advantages and the crowning spite of the tremendous beating can in any way equate ,U. S. Legislature.
one knows how many industries, feature will be a trained porpoise it took when the freeze hit last I with the value we place on hu Gov. Farris Bryant has been .

large and small, came to Florida show similar to those now year. Difficult as it.may be for man life. :.in Washington speaking for BILLS !
as a result of information featured at Marine Studios and the citrus industry: .-\o meet the In stark recognition of that Florida waterway projects in :
gained about the advantages the Miami Seaquarium. This obligation, I :satisfied: that I fact the Florida Industrial Commission I general. Money for the proposed !
this state offered while visitingone promises to be an entertainment their investment-"ill)be returned is in the midst of a big canal: reportedly may be included !
of our previous Florida ex. feature that will attract as many with interest because':-of their I campaign called 19-SAFETY-3. i president's budget, which I ..
hibits. visitors show the iwould be the first time for such : '.
as any on participation and. it :will proveto Governor Farris Bryant kicked I
The Florida exhibit at the grounds. the world that .if: takes more off the campaign at the annual i nclusion.. I
19W-65 World's Fair in New Having participated in former than a freeze tai.Jkpock Floridaout Florida Industrial Commission Opposition to the canal, accor-

York, promises to outshine any Florida Exhibits in Chicago, of the picture...... Safety Conference in Orlando in ding to sources in Tallahassee,
thing we have done in the past. Cleveland and New York, with If you are interested in learn- February. I has been on the decrease, al-

Set apart from other state exhibits Earl Brown, I was keenly inter ing more about Florida's plans 19-SAFETY-3 is a massive though some railroads still oppose
in a spacious lake front ested in learning of plans of the for the coming show write the relations effort involving itBill
Jocation, it adjoins the amuse public Roberts, aide to Tom
Florida World's Fair Commission \
Florida Development -
business, labor, insur
ment area and is close to the Authority for participation in in Tallahassee or the Flor ance industry, professional, and civic organizations :Adams, Florida's secretary of i(! IS THERE A
'spectacular General Motors slate, attended two meetings of
exhibit the coming show. ida World's Fair Authority, news > ]
both of which will draw Speaking before the Florida Palm Beach, and they will be TV and the Mississippi Valley Assoc. I
magazines, ,
heavy attendance. Public Relations Association at,happy to send you literature and radio.papers, which includes states interested I \ / ?
Plans call for the erection of their recent meeting in Grand information. All of these elements are in the waterway' developmentAdam )
is official in the or
Florida Tower an
an impressive .Bahama, Executive Secretary banded together in presentingfive
that will be visible from every William Stensgaard, gave us a safety conferences ganization.
Trade At HomeWe're regional *> Roberts, who originally was 1
direction. ._
It will be brilliantly most comprehensive preview and through the state. Two of these
}lukewarm to the canal, said he I.
conferences already have been became enthusiastic about the
held, one for the northwest at Idea upon talking to the midwes- ,
and the other for the -
Pensacola, ''
terners and seeing what waterways ;
northeast at Jacksonville. The 4 did industrially for the i' I i

third one, for the southeast, will Mississippi River area. I,
be held at the Seville Hotel in Roberts claims the railroad I
Little Miami Beach on Monday, July opposition to the canal is mis-I I'LLGET :
A SmokyBUT 15. Later in the year the two remaining i placed, because it would
conferences will be held i "
increase rather than take away
for the Gulf coast, and for the i I
from railroad business. A LOAN !
central Florida area. Industry would tend to build t:5'a : .
In the face of thousands more along the waterway, he said, ,
people in Florida going on the
STILL with raw materials being shipped ..
the necessity of
job all the time, in by water. Finished pro

doing performance a better in and the better future safety be- ducts, on the other hand, would Has pile-up of unpaid bills got you down? Best ..
tend to be diffused from the industrial -
comes more and more urgent. sites by various means way to get "out from under" fast is to consolidate your

: Open For Business spectacularly That urgency by is Florida's demonstrated zooming of bus transportation and air. including rail, debts and pay them_ ALL off at once with cash on a low-

economy.In The canal could have unfor- cost improved real estate loan from us. This loan
the future, historians will
recount the stories of these decades you'can' pay' off in easy-to-budget monthly amounts. :

: WITH THAT j with amazement. Speaking, rt Meantime, your credit is ,protected, your mind freed :
in Miami last year, ,.
Kennedy said: Top engineering from worry and care !

i Good Gulf Gasoline And Oil be.the, set. whole more up and industry in educational scientific all parts will plants of come and Florida.will em-. .. Fernandina Federal

ployment structure will be vast
", ly improved and in many ways fQ

And Our Usual Fine ServiceGordon's .this. part which of is the the United oldest in States our And Loan Association

country will be the youngestand USE CARE WHEN Savings =
most vital in the new space
age 202 ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 261-5502
decade, Florida'spopulation
In the last GROW TREES!
zoomed upward almost -
80 per cent to just short of I
Automotive ServiceAtlantic five million in 1960. Since the

I960 census, population experts
estimate we have gained another

Avenue At The Beach half million and that populatioi
will reach' seven million by 1970.
Non-farm employment grew
from approximately 700,000 in DEA1ER3USED

.. 1950 to almost 1,400,000 last FORD CAR
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Sizzling sales action on our new '63 Fords, Fairlanes, and Falcons has been crowdingour

t'i used car lots with beautiful trade-ins many makes and models We've

priced 'em all for fast actonSale includes choice A-1 1 Used Cars inspected,

reconditioned when necessary. road-tested for your extra protection. Come in

for these and more like them Hurry-act fast while the bargains last! !!

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1958 4D
Mercury Hardtop 1958 Chevy Bel Air 4D 3-Iardtop
Automatic Trans-Radio & Heater

a One Owner Clean Inside Radio, Heater, Auto. Trans;.

T' APPLIANCES Good Mechanical Condition One Owner '

Needs Repairs To Top
Was $895 NOW $795

/ Was $595 NOW $495 ..

feted Uemnator Brlrk lgbnt-... 1959 Ford Galaxie 2D Sedan 1959 Ford 4D Custom: 300.

bp P"Fryer FSrdic INtreat> ( InstJnI wear*utv FnernT sad rfflncr
D\itdI 0wtI tend_.Lr4l_ and Cooler .Elkift IIw... ..""1'__k tarar"ax M Saleto !/ I Standard Trans V-8 Engine 6 Cl Sid. Trans.-One
coo4rf -- ---
W SeW -.1 -- tAmKUre Set ....... Batl8Iy car Radio & Heater-WSW Tires
'oo.H.er. Burglar AlarmCgantUtghter
MusbtrBed t
lt BU* MlHMBunwr -nTwralAquanum Was NOW
$895 li5
hod Nenner M CondIticIrMt. One OwnerWos$1195NOW
f.nddIe M CooNr Rene Hood Fort Cock
wk o. hums hit Doc Router Io61'11nf11r t \ bl r it Bel Aqlllllllll Neater Cradle RacYetl7otlMS
D7d K1 Rob, llriet. Sauna Dry( .Msael Earbecut Sp4 Turner Defroster! (ratr entor) ika $1095
c FIIIltI Carpet Sown Door Insect Otarcoattgntar De leer
ur la CMNr 0ICIIIr i tnwnwuwww IqClwerl.Gutter.
Foal.re.. Net hrW .crag ',* Shav TOehumdMer .1Ii-fi r Pavement
h.1 CIsIaIf blUe Met tow BeltoaOantt TRUCKS
kI Cels Make KetabGnlCleaner
MoMntef Rat Ntat,.Grhdef..1A1 f Ceodertar DIdrOIt iX. i j Shoe s.Fci Bask (hip)rpe. f Doorbfterdnga) 1959 Ford Custom 300 2D
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