Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 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: UF00079912:00030
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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gg S I II i Y r G F ,I Hasty Action On Parking- Meters

One of the most aggravatingand Meeting Tuesday morning in It was charged also that a storing motion was made and local business and, others who

costly misdemeanors to a11" wrF regular monthly session, d.rectors motion made at the Commission unanimously favored at one are not active in the Merchants
which city firemen and policemen of the Merchants Association :! meeting (at which the meters :
are subjected is the false +,. .o a .rte scored the City Commission|i. were restored) stating that the'! meeting without representatives j Association, an open meeting

alarm. The one who called in the i. for hasty action, and a breakingof j! directors of the Merchants Ass '' of the Association being notified I should be held so that more harmony

alarm over the weekend should -i it faith in the restoring of the j elation were evidently dissatis- ; and permitted to give their side between the downtown
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take note of the many serious city's parking meters. j fied with the removal, since tli-yj of the matter. i| merchants might be fostered

consequences of such action. t rognw." 7 ... sF It was charged at the meeting were asking for a time limit It was discussed and agreedon President Burns Bailey set the

Many firemen and policemen as that the Commission had agreed regulation of parking in a downtown by the directors that since meeting for Monday night J-l.8 t

well at motorists have been severely to a trial period of six monthsin I I block, was presumptuous.. there seemed to be a difference p.m. in the Keystone 'Hotel.- Notices

injured or killed en routeto the removal of the meters I|I The directors also cited that i! of opinion between those of the arc going out this week' to

fires. Another misdemeanor and that only three months had :: their charge of hasty action was merchants who favored removalof all affected merchants and it is

pointed up by the false alarm elapsed. I'based on the fact that the ret -I the meters as a stimulus to : urged that all be in attendance.
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curiosity the truck of volunteer and seekers police who firemen cars.followed A number had- Lights Are OutBoulougne's i t Friday Last Day | Wayne Saunders Rescues Three From!

CITY MANAGER DAVID GATCHEL and Director of Public Works Jim Beard are Of Garbage Pickup

maze difficulty of cars getting and had through there been the shown looking over new paving on Ash Street between Second Street and the water On ;'For Delinquents I Surf In First Season As Life Guard

a real fire their presence would t front The paring is part of the city marina and welcome station project and leads I

have been sorely needed. All directly to the boat launching ramp. On roller is Wilbur Hendrix, an employee of Famed White > City Manager David Gatchel I
Wayne 17-year-old The girls
I i Way I
other than firemen police J. W. Hiers Concrete, contractors for the paving
or are
__ ___ __ .L .L _L last day on which garbage will city lifeguard, heroically performed : worse for their experience
required to pull aside and leave --- Jf Jf Jf his first call to duty'| first check but Snow
I I be picked up at residences : upon was
Boulougne, tiny Nassau County -I
c road clear I Public Works Head where the recently assessed about 4 p.m. Tuesday; when un- taken to the hospital f rote_'ex-
municipality until its abolishment
Putnam Boat Club Has High Praise I
: by the recent session of garbage service charge is de- { assisted,' he brought in three : haustion. A' very sholttime
While Fernandina Beach continues swimmers who in trouble''!
later however
t linquent. i were the older girl
to make news as the Beard I the Florida legislature, continues j j I j I in front of North life '
I Facilities Tells Lions just the : went into shock and wassent ,3,140j
home of the first Waterway Welcome ,t For At New City Marina to remain in the news and it ap Those who refuse to pay may i ii guard chair where he was sta-j j to the hospital. Both she
Station, in addition to the I pears possible that it will for i dump their own garbage at > I
tioned. and Snow
keen interest and attendant pub Additional praise was heapedon nam Boat Club of which he i is Of City Projects some time. I j only one location in town, the Wayne, who was trained as {i{ leased. During were treated the excitement and ref

licity on the historical sites of the new City Marina this First V.ce; Commander. !I Last night the lights went out city dump at the South end of i' life guard this year and is serving j i the younger girl left and was un

Amelia Island, local personalit week after a boating club availed I The letter was received by Jim Beard, Director of Public on the famed white way on U. S.I!1 Citrona Drive. Signs at the his first season, went to the identified.
its coming in for their share No. 1 as it passes through that dump or an attendant will '
of facilities. David Gatchel and
are themselves the City Manager : : rescue of two young gills and a' .
Works DeSandro
for the City of Fernan- Sandy city
I out the
made correct place to
; former The cutoff
city. was
and :
by metropolitan reporters from Don is carried herewith its entirety
The praise came in i 54-year-old man. The eleven-
dina 1 : director has
Beach, was guest speakerat ; the Okefenokee Rural Electric i dump trash!! and garbage. j proposed t
edi- by !
feature writers. In recent
Petersen, speaking for the Put. : the regular weekly session of i year-old, who has not been identified the City Commission extend: A
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tions of a neighboring daily, An- July 22, 1963 Membership 4i :was carried out over her '
the Lions Club letter of commendation to Saunders.t
on Tuesday night
thony Tiliakos and Jimmy Deo- t, Mr.\ David Gatchel, City Manager at Seaside Inn. I owners of the poles and lights. i!i Band Students I head. On seeing her plight, her i i "This could easily have
The action by
prompted ,
, nas were subjects for interestingand Fernandina Beach Florida was
informative features. An Kiwanians Fete I Beard, who was presented to I the refusal of the Nassau Board ,13 year-old companion Ruby been a tragedy." DeSandro stated
Dear Mr. Gatchel: the club members by Caldwell j i, Jarnigan who gave a Fernandina 1.I! (Continued on three
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\ of Commissioners to '
thony, who formerly operated a This club scheduled a cruise I number of sidelights County assume Director To Attend Beach address, went to her aiJ .. s
I shoe'shop here for making orthopedic Ladies At Steak gave a the obligation of $550 a I Ii
to Jekyll Island over this past recent i i but' was unable to help and found Minister **-
shoes is of the ,, on projects engaged month, plus cost of any new Of Music ,
now ,one i
weekend and stopped at jour ma I II j herself in trouble.
in by the city. bulbs for the No bill has ; All-Star Clinic .
of Jacksonville shoe lights. I
owners a Cookout rina enroute north. j i I Sinclair Snow, of Natural And Youth At =
I Monday The speaker said that the finishing Continued three)
company. He is the son of Mrs. We were so impressed with I ( on page i I Bridge, Va., reached the girls on

I Esther Tiliakos who operates a i your new facilities, which con- t touches are being put on I t i I Eight Fernandina Beach High his air-raft but being unable ,to I First Baptist

small successful restaurant here IJY TOMMY HALL the new city marina and that handle the two due to their !| ,..
trasted so strongly with the Cecil Hall Takes School band members will) leave
: and will be i
paving landscaping
Anthony's father died I ... J
new I 1 fright, he them the raft -
; complete lack of dockage I gave
Kiwanians enjoyed night out proper 30 with Mr. and
1956 leaving the old world business a wound up in the near future. Tuesday, July ,
and started in alone.
that found when we arrived j {
I of shoemaking to his only Ladies Monday to when steak they feted at their Ten''at Jekyll we Island, that we decided 1! In calling attention to the Rotarians On Verbal Mrs. Jonathan .II. Hill to attend i iI Wayne reached the girls on his

son. The art of boatbuilding a supper to return to Fernandina Beach j paving of the parking area at I the Sixth Annual Florida All-Star torpedo buoy and was halfway in
proved most intriguing in'the Acres. The affair was ably spon- the marina and the Ash Street i High School Marching Band with them when he noticed Snow .
: Herb instead of staying at the island. : ys
article on Jimmy Deonas, I local sored by Kiwanian White Because of the extra cruising entrance, Beard noted that traffic -i i i Tour of Europe ,i Clinic at the University of- Flor- was in trouble. He gave 'the girls
and his first mate Betty. They j
Jimmy from the waterfront to the
craftsman from Greece. I ida. ,i unidentified man who was
time we were short of the hours I i to a
who worked his way to the in turn had a horde of Kiwanian South would be routed up Ash I I Piersol national famous college : assist and went back
who the coals hot1 I'needed I to enjoy your town and j BY PAUL WARWICKi coming to ,
States in 1941, settled in Fer- and helpers the steaks kept sizzling over the its beach but we were unanimous i Street and that traffic from the i Hall J, retired businessmanof : band director, will head the i, for Snow.tlnquesr. _
nandina and went to work for t club \\ill parking area would be routed list of instructors at the clinic. I xr
the his
of the I iin our thinking that Fernandina Beach, regaled .
Mike Tiliakos, A open pit fires. Supervisor | i i North to Atlantic -.Avenue.I 1 s
I late year
the cooking detail. was Jim .,JBus/i I i schedule regular cruisgs. to Fer-, eited-.lh : fellow.Rotarians y erday with <\ Throughout the next week band
marriedMikeY daugh- i later ,he : : with EddieMcKendree, Julius nandina in the future to 'have ; an interesting and. humorous acc#jsfudenfi from all over the state t Slated
Anna' .TitiaVos. Jimmy is i by the boating public in the r
ten I that opportunity. 1 count of the recent extensive tour will receive, instruction in march
Core and Tom Digby, keeping the
a/fri boat builder short time the marina has been
lance I
, now ;line moving along. ; We extend special thanks to '| of Europe which he and Mrs. HaH' ing and playing. To climax thi A
and a hard man to hire because i I 1 'in operation. last 1.Hall's I the All-Star Friday Morning'Hilliard
hour dockmaster, JOe Sur anu. made, beginning May I educational week, :
Maxwellhad i
he's booked so far in advance. I SIt and Mrs. Bryan He moved next to the golf '
the fourth in half-time'
talk was a Band will perform the
for the courtesies he extended '
? I as ,their guests, Mr. f many course and told of and'Mfi'I' to make our visit such a series of "home-grown speeches show. for the North-South AlII Slaying
contribution to urban and i( the parking lot, the successful! i'n
Latest Ralph May; Mr. I made by local members instead of'I Star Football Game. i{
i is pleasant one. drilling for deep well and the I Ii
in Fernandina Beach Bennett had their guests, a
renewal i as
: introduced
by visiting notables. He was 'I
I The following students will attend An inquest will be conducted
(i the new and modern aluminum\ i and Mrs. Rubin Martin and Mr. I This club makes about 20 fairway irrigation which is supposed by High F. Stone, Jr.,I 1 1'
the clinic Lasserre the chamber"
: : Judy Friday morning in
cruises visiting many in the
awning which the front and Mrs. Stuart Davis had as i a year to get underway
: graces
I other boat clubs in Florida. It I Rotary presidentNaming Sandra Dean, John Puletti, Chuck !! of County Judge J. E (Gene
of A. S. Allan's department Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Morgan. !1 next week or so.
I I guests, to tell them Holland as his favorite i I} Jones, Dickie Fox, Skipper Hill, !Weatherford in the slaying of ,. I
will be i
F is that this attractive is the former a pleasure The speaker praised a 1
It hoped Mrs.
store. Morgan i i -... ...
that Fer- European country perhaps Johnny Davis, and Tommy Oliver, j Morris Benjamin, Jacksonville r -
renovation of the former Barbara Davis of this city, sister about the splendid job (Continued on page three) J
will other I i nandina Beach has done and to i because of his well-known inter- Negro. The First Baptist Church awning
outmoded similar spur modernization of Stuart. I encourage others to cruise your est in horticulture Hall also Roy Key Returns j Benjamin is alleged to have i, to its staff and fejliw .
merchants to Reed Lewellen had as his guest, City CommissionIn '
gave highlights of the couple'svisits been slain in Hilliard Saturdayby ship, Don Collins as Minister .of
and beautification of their his father, L. R. Lewellen. Mr. I way. Very truly yours, I Short SessionIn to England, Belgium, West From Furniture MartIn i Sammy Lee Williams, Hil- : Music and Youth.
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store fronts. and Mrs. Walter Smith were the Don Petersen Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Atlanta Ga. Hard Negro who is employed bya i, He comes: to this position well

I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. one of the shortest sessionsin Italy, France and the principal turpentine company.A { qualified with training and experience *

,It's always best (t\JtyJook\ Occasionally onward i; Ferreira and Mr. and Mrs. Miles : some time the City Commis- cities of Monaco and Luxembourg.The Roy Key, manager of Mather "beer joint", operated by having graduated from
and upward but Paul Read Assumes
Dixon had as their guest their sion met last night and disposed speaker said he attended Roxie Savage in Hilliard, was Wayland Baptist College, Plain-
frftrn to Furniture Co. returned last I
has to look see i ,
one i son, Dow, and their son-in-law G.A.C. ManagershipNew of routine business. Rotary meetings in Heidelbergand the scene of the alleged alterca- view, Texas with Bachelor of
where he is treading arid sidewalksthe if this and daughter, Mr.. and Mrs Jack I I The only action taken was the I Rome, as well as on each of I weekend from Atlanta, Ga.,I tion and shooting. '.I Arts Degree with a Major invoice
is on the Mann. I manager of GAG Finance granting of a license to sell beer I his trans-atlantic passages on the where he attended a furniture I Bnjamin was shot three times i and the new Orleans. Baptist
bad. A little I I
vfcw is pretty and elbow,i Dr. and Mrs. Ben Daniels werepresent Corporation here is Paul Read, for off-premises consumption to II'' S. S. France. I I mart, billed as the largest ever by a .22 caliber pistol, once inI' Theological SeminarytiHI 'a

cleaning compound for the with Dr. Daniels makingup j who comes here from Orlando, Joe's Variety Store on South 8th Out-of-town guests of the club held in the Southeast the left side, once in the chest Master of Church Music "
would do lot
grease caused a by bubble his attendance Fla. lie replaces R. W. Labdon, St.David I were the Rev. Bill Lewis, of Bal I Key accompanied Alden Clark, and once in the mouth. He has served several church

discolorations the like. 1 don't i Mr. and Mrs. Herb White had \ who has received a promotion to Gatchel, city manager, timore; Carl Gladfelter, of Atlanta I president of the Mather group Sheriff H. J. Youngblood investigated es as part time Minister '. of
gum, grease their their two a larger office in Orlando. i informed the Commissioners of ; Luke Garrett, Jr., of Au- ,''of I stores, and other key personnel the killing, assisted by Music and Youth during hU college
whose guests, '
know: for sure responsibility daugh-I' the action of Wayne I tell Ga and Julius Williams and :. Colon Sikes and Jim and
is but little concerted ters, Jamie and Nancy. Read, a native of Montgomery, exemplary to the mart. He stated this: I Ii Deputies seminary dayr"He
it a Ala., is married to former Pris- Saunders, life guard, credited I Dr. Willis Williams, both of Doug-|i week that customers should Sawyer and Hilliard Police Chitf comes to the First tiapiuc
do lot for this ; I I
effort could a eye- cilla Sutton of Lakeland. They with saving three lives in the las, Ga. Another guest was John'watch I for a big removal sale in iI I. J. Hudson. 1. Church from the Centrevilte Baptist -

sore. Trade At Home have a daughter Pamela, age 10 local surf. (See details in this I' Hooper, who recently joined the I II !ithe I near future to make room I,' Assistant State Attorney Tho i. Church, Centreville Missh-

out in Los Angeles months. issue). I II executive staff here of the Ray-I I for the new merchandise purchased I J. Shave, Jr., will conduct the I.sippi, having graduated i in May

I the Even News-Leader way is in demand.I I I onier plant. at the mart. I questioning at the inquest. I I from the New Orleans Sem:nary.

heard from Harry D. Johnson, I

native us to for him not son on ,getting time.and he Makes the was local we:scoring new feel 1!! Tiliakos Boat Builders Launch Their Fiftieth Boat I IA

good that Southern California's:

vaunted climate and easy living I I trim, glistening white *

hasn't made Harry forget all his II shrimp boat slid slowly down the ini,

friends here and want to know a w i track from the Tiliakos Boat
what they are doing! Hurry on 9' Building Company's boat yard

)back, Harry, where we think you J/ i here and into the waters of the

really belong. z : Amelia River, marking the 50th

3 '. j I I craft to be built by the Tiliakos 4; '

Jan McKeithan, of the Camden 'j brothers, Johnnie and Nick, since

County Tribune in St Mary's, : their father, Mike, died in 195 3. *
said recently that the rate ; f;
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at which the fderal'ernn'nt fitted The and 50th ready boat,for completely shrimp trawl-out i '/ fi I
the greenbacks ( /'
is going : ) ing, was built for Jack J. Keating, )l ;
reminds her of a )parody on a ...., ('.:e t. .
as follows: .. 1 I Jr., of Thunderbolt, Ga., and will .... as a
famous poem
be used for Atlantic fishing from 1.
"Blessings on thee, little man, I f ,
this to West. The
area Key name
of ">
barefoot boy with cheeks tan .. +s
chosen by Keat- y r a I e ...
withno : i "Popsie" was 1 ;
Trudging down a dusty lane t .
thought of future pain.You're iI ing's.children as a tribute to .t: .. .
and only bet : I their grandfather, who they call .. Y' '-'" 4
our one + M ,
w ,E{ I by that name. ,
to absorb our National Debt. EJ > ', rJ
few Johnny and Nick are the fourth :. ., 3{
Little man with cares so 7
j of boat builders in .f '
we've got lots of faith in >ou. generation ', '
the Tiliakos tradition and :.:,' / i ,, f -
Guard each merry whistled tune, a. many ,. f a, tn
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Have you are apt fun to, need boy, it while soon.you of building the methods today came used over in from their &'}f T j ;'rster PII i '
CONFESSED CAR THIEF, Stewart Thomas Chapman Jr., of Kingsbury, New Jersey Greece with their father in 1912. J 1 .,.tI

can.You may be a barefoot man!" is shown with the automobile which was recovered by state and county officers Mike, who was born in Cal). s ryJw

I Monday morning. Right is Sheriff H. J. Youngblood and left is Deputy John Bodine. mos, Greece, first came to Tarpon "" .,

Registration Open Springs, where other Greeks .
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Fall Classes Effect of Two had earlier set up a lucrative / ..if
For Officers Speedy Capture Fugitives sponge diving business. He was

Jack 'N Jill School I both a captain and a diver there ,

Mrs A. J. Fox, director of Jack What Is probably a near recordin m3 Chapman, Jr., of Kingsbury, I Smith they jumped from the J until he came here in 1917 and r"* nR?

'N Jill Kindergarten, announcedthis trailing and apprehending N. 'J., and Charles George Richardson stolen 1963 Ford 500 X-L they!!| established the business which U : b +r ;

week that registrations are I fUJitins"as registered Monday of Oklahoma City, Okla., i were riding in and headed forf(still flourishing today L ,

being accepted for fall classes morning when two young men.I came upon the road check set up I the woods. When he died! he left equal LATEST TILIAKOS BOAT to hit the waves is the Popsie, built for a Georgia shrimp
held at the First Baptist Church.} fled from a stolen car at a road by Highway Patrolman Tom A call was sent out for Sheriff -I shares of his boat building and
.Other details will be found into check South of Yulee. I.I Hailey and Charles Stricklandand t H.J.. Youngblood's blood- sea food business to his two fisherman. Before leaving the Tiliakos boat yard the trim craft was fully outfitted

ad in thin! issue, When the' men, Stewart Tbo- f Sheriff Deputy Cclvia I (Continued on page three) I : (Continued en page thred) and made ready for trawu n;. Left inset Is Johnny, right is My iclc. .. ., .

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.Page Two \ews-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida --t Thuradlf: July 23, 1963 Y .%1.o 1.r 1. H : MARINA LOG j Woolseyf A- They: nitr'rlti1 don't 'shut' &3 out'in-rays risk t f1ttt, or;.

1 t .' you would never tan atjall.TOOT .

// : FERNANDINA BEAC'H NEWS-LEADER i' ExcessiveExposure ranch'. sun "cnt- ran your
I Against
vacation with TobiteNskin or
: ,
: 511 ASH STREET PHONES 36M 3687 The !
I blisters,. could make jou sick

/ A John K. Perry Newspaper Notion Counter I, .I To SunDr. with vomiting, headache and
4. '
/ IJ' v Rat Mdwell, Editor and >ManagerNATIONAl > .Y .t. fever give you sunstroke always -

/ .. a ;$eri.9\1S threat When m
1" v01irp4 BY PAUL WARWICKFort B. F. Woolsey, Director of 1'
... the .help protect against
-- EDITORIAL sunk;
Nassau County Health Department I
I .-. .....: : sunstroke ,by covering your heaa
;: ;
c8T13N' I IOCJAO Clinch State Park, a prized ._ = warnes that a "tanned, thesun's
ri' ; UA __ .'Z.- .4 for even"',on a cloudy day
I historic possession of Fernan- :::= --- healthy look" may not seem so I rays? 'bum deeply.
.. It..l.I din Beach, is rapidly growing to your physician. Actually tan : .
{Boats docking at the City l
.. ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I into a camping area with not only I y. Marina during the past new week ning has no physical: value. Exposure In a'srnVy' byuie Gilbert

.1. Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office national, but international attrac r were as follows, with the name to the sun is damagingto & Co., the newspaper! was shownto !

: ,- Fernandina Beach, Florida as second class mail matter. tions. I HAVE AN OPINION HELLO, FRIEND! I of the boat, the owner, his address the skin as sunlight speeds be a big influence on the living
e wrinkling and aging, and excessive
Look what happened duringthe habits of teen-
Subscription Rates and
: spending
and length of boat listed
column the
/ I for
I My friends and I were reading saw your over a period of
I : $4 a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months first three weeks of this current about the woman who wondered : first time' today in the newspa- in that sequence.FL time exposure can cause serious skin con 'agers.
month, July, 19C3. ---- --- -
1 $4.50 a out of county I 2247 P, R. W. Labdon, Fer
year if she's selfish in wanting to per here. I enjoyed it so much I ditions.
I'I' 1 During this brief period, families keep her guest-room to herself began laughing and reading it nandina Beach, Florida, 18 feet is wIde- :
1I from 37 states of the uniot i as a hobby room. You told her out loud to my wife and sister. Marimat, J. E. Reiser, Beaumont sun tannin

I: : :CoIVbO'S and Engines Ly Irwin Caplan the District of Columbia and four ,, that by all means she should let ; When did your column start* Texas, 25 feet. spread authorities and popular.believe Though its
foreign countries including Ruth Norman Bourke Gainesville many I
her visiting family star in the ; Have I missed much? Is it everyday
i five Canadian provinces ; Florida 33 feet. chief value is the rest you get
nearby motel We absolutely dis' ,. Are you in other newspapers -I' !
I I : here to Fort Clinch and stayed i We would feel terriblyhurt : too? Please send me the Nordic Sady, Jacksonville, j while soaking up the sun.
: I t here to camp for at least one if our family didn't come : free 'I st of booklets and services Florida, 24 feet I Now that it is the'season for

./ night. Some of them many more. I right here to our house. We look J.available, also the 20 Moneymaking Bampa, T. Szymanski, Pompano sunburning, take it easy in securing -

I II England, Finland and South forward to their visits. We think : Hobbies. I' Beach, Florida, 25 feet a tan without painful
.. Blue Jacket John Sasse Solo burning. Don't try to get rid ofa 1
Africa were represented by camping selfish.What's a ,
she is very Sam K., Laekawanna, N. Y. ,
'I I
I of
I Dri families, in addition to those house for? ,J coons Maryland, 23 feet i year's accumulation pallor
: Many thanks for the friendly j
from Alberta, Nova Scotia, Cordelle, Georgia Boat Club, in one day.
I : Missouri column started in I
Argument ; words. This
I on-I which docked total of five skin to sun
tario, Quebec and a First day, expose
A house is for the people in : May. It is carried in 202
in Canada. In those three : boats. for fifteen to twenty
I'' i 36 groups came from Ontario it. You do what you want, and let papers every week. ,I'm ntW"-1 Rebel, John Hanzoak,. Palatka, This means fifteen or twenty

'i 0H alone. I her do what she wants. This number ,is expected to be Florida, 17 feet. minues each on face and, "ba k.I .
i These are just a few of the goes for your pals, too. The best ': next month. Your' newspaper accepted 'I _Shrimp, Don Peterson Palat- I Second day, increase exposure New 1963LAWNBOY

I facts and'figures gathered I thing about growing older is the column. May' 13. The\ ka, Florida,' 17 .feet: I by ,one-third, to a little less. than
I the other from all- that a person, becomes less and i booklets are, 'on their'far'tojcu. Rama III, 'R. C: Crawford, half an hour. Third day, again

/, MH too-short talk with day "Pete" an Harts. !I less the victim of social pressures -I .< Thanks again. Keystone Heights, Florida, 18 ; increase exposure by one third, ,

I from thirty to forty minutes,and
assistant to
now acting as feet.Miss.
I Gil Becker, superintendent of the I ; FOR. INFO, Kim, S. E. Kennedy- ,,Keystone each, day thereafter e>exposure to with

I park. Gil, on a rare day off,.was My wife and I are, glad to, see i! I live in Connecticut ,but saw Heights, Florida, 18 feet. he sun should be increased by

taking some of his own good that there's another woman in : your columnhere in South Caro- John 'R. Hall; John R. Hall, the same length of time. i '

\ medicine on a deep-sea fishing the country who feels that visi- ; 1-na. Where can I get 'information Keystone Heights, Florida. 17 In a week you should have FINGERtip'STARTING 1
state's older population !-feet. enough skin thickening and pigmentation
trip. Pete soon leaves the local ing family-and-children, are wonderful on my
i. park to take up his duties as superintendent provided they visit not : aid to aged. statistics? Thecla, Thecla Kramer,. Washington to give considerable

; of O'Leno State Park, I too close for comfort. We deeply H. E. M. 'SQuth' Carolina, 65 feet.1 protection against burning sun !

:- ONE some 25 miles south of Lake City j I love our pair of sons and grandchildren Write to the Connecticut State FL 7872 G, John Randolph, shine. A suntan lotion may be I

: ; ww He is a native of Greenwood, Fla. i i but after half a day of Commissicn 'on Services for Eld Jacksonville, Florida, .17 feet. I helpful 35 the better lotions allow : :

DONUT Charlie McKendree, a FernanI these lively children we're ready i erly Persons, State Office BldjuHartford. Ga B; Ray O'Gainey, Coidell,: _a person to stay in the_ sun \ Wvadjust\

: ENTER dina product also contributed to collapse. Exposure to this fora They' have an excellent l- Georgia. 1ft feet. :
much information about out-of- I I week would drive us out of -new folder,. Free Georgia, Bill Davis, Cord en, \ .
the house. In fact, they can have Georgia, 18 feet. I Ift
state visitors to the park. While I I I -
we'll to the Wizzard, E. H Keller, St. Petersburg
house and
1i this writer was talking to Cbprliliat 1 our go 1 FITNESS FOR WHAT? I
idea? Florida, 18 feet.R. .
/tv motel. How's that for an l
the entrance staion, cars pulled II It's a little late to .'mentionthose AIda Fernandina
up from West Virginia, Maryland,I I'm From Tennessee I 50-mile hikes, but I'm : :, t
Beach, Florida, 25 feet.
Missouri Illinois and one from i' it because of
mentioning course
hog NOTICI Mow tHEY. ALWAYS TALI AKJUI WOMEN HNID W n Df HtH Shifty, Atlantic, Georgia, 18 ...soake
.t WHO IIA VIAll.THC ACCJDUnS." Athens, Ga.Visitors I live for the holidays when '.they made all of us over 70. feel feet.' a f

yi from Georgia, Florida my family and grandchildrenand inferior. Everybody emphasize CTC, Dr. T. C,- )McCall. Dr. C. ..
: n* Trov/tn/ Sofllr' SlniuS and Alabama are almost too numerous ,I two cousins and their children 'physical fitness of the )'oun T Holloway, Charleston, South r 1 1 f to !

to count, but they get counted come to visit me. I don't Why not fitness of the older. Carolina "25 feet., t ) t
\ : = caused than 80%of 1961 casualties 1 II and fitness for what? No to fight!
Careless driving more just the same. I know how my little house holds i person Hai i Hai, F. Burland, Isle of rope

\ In one week, for example, July i I everybody, but it does. We sleepall I :. Bennington, Vermont Palms, South Carolina, 23 feet No back to ache!

1I -- ---- 15 through July 21, 449 families I over the place. I cook and .A fine question! You're righttin Huckster, Captain Crain, Philadelphia u..e.., ,it

ww from Florida brought along their I clean up and make beds, wash!,. tune with a report from the' Pennsylvania,85 feet.. ''Ju )\'the starter with your'

own tents to camp in the area; I dishes, set the table all the time,; 1 Department of Rehabilitation 'I' Bobby Boy, J,. Maikosson, fingertips, and ZINGO! you'r*

35 families came similarly equip and .I love it. If they went (to .7a Medicine, State University of Jacksonville, Florida 40 feet. readytd mow:No pull orstramtExcMvti
EACAPITOLLETTER motel I would feel i insulted.. New Ycrk. The' asks the 1 1I MagnahteTM .housing .
ped from Alabama, and there C report Caryl, Taylor, Marathon, Florida -, l+
M I II were 889 families in the area Wisconsin Woman I same question and states that : 47.8 feet. cuts one-third off mower
II the
I BY JERRY MOCK I from Georgia. During the same f special studies are sorely neededon i Sawbone, T. H. Owens, Ocala, I Ii weight-makes Bghttsnwrght, easi.sthandSling UWNBOY

I : : I time, there were 1,141 tenting We live i in a resort area] We : fitness in the older individual. i. Florida, 21 feet. I II. New! No deductible collision charge mower. you can buy. Sel .

Tallahassee A statewide face the new governor in 1965. !I campers from "other" states.In have no "guest( room". This rset- f Fitness. for what? Certainly not Bo Bo' Too, Leon and Mildred when both drivers have State Farm 'If-Tq'[ today l

grass roots rebellion against the This means the squeeze win I the same census time, 54 tles all problems! for the 100-yard dash'. In 12 "sec. I. Greln'ef". Ocala, Florida, '22 feet. insurance I \
i \
Fitness for what then? Converts In a Jiffy
onds. ,
the 1963'I be for in families from Florida 52 from I
neW taxes imposed by on more efficiency government I '
Aunt Louise { for I No other company can jive yon \ for catching
not to grass
Certainly compete alivelihood. I .
: Legislature apparently has be- | to pare down that huge I,Georgia and 106 from other areas; i 'that best produces finess for good deal because State Farm
--- ; .
/ figure looming on the. horizon. !polled up for camping in their '' : : ,Fitness involves agility : YOU. Mutuallhe! world'sIargl'Stcarinsurer, I f-

,": gun.pis; an example,, recently when A legislative committee has 'been own trailers some of these \ I am almost too exhausted to ,, skill, neuro-muscular fitness, I '. Unil more knowledge' is available now insures over i.OOOOOlfcars-rar
write this le. ter. I have jus fin- motivation and SPedal"strtnitl, more than any other company.So any
lo( I
a legislator ,attended. a f&n tib{a I selected look into possible'mobile homes expensively factory- ished 'hostess cook bafiy- ''ilong with what we ,exp4cl'of this explanation. will have' accident. you may have might well I J JI
home he refrti savings in government. Undoubtedly made, others fabricated at home be with another State Farm.
: in\.his town, was : i sitter dishwasher i hearts 'and other vital l areas to fit! policy. OJ I.
there will be talk of consolidating in ''various of and i playmate good holder. In such if have I
rod to as the county's tax asses-1 I If degrees luxury ,NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM cases* you
and janitor for my Visitors. They of function. I .
State Farm Mutual.collision insurance

agencies to eliminate I Catcher-chute big snip
the had voted appointments.In
wrr Actually,' man
? ? Write to Alpert,
duplication.A drove off this morning They : Meanwhile l ; the' experts ,are exI the company now pays your 1 on and off quickly, easilyntools
: aSjnst most of the new taxes the first three weeks of
left for California after coming motivation National Senior Center, Lehigh entire bilL No deductible (usually II Vacuum
I From needed. sweeps
S parted by the Legislature. Still bill backed by Tom Adams, i there tent I too Acres Florida in of this $50 or $100)) to pay- Find out how
July, were 6,103 campers 2,500 miles to celebrate my birth : the Yale University School of $, or care clippings and leaves mtg bag;
1 i you're better off when you re
hfVas identified with the tax1 secretary of state has
op i and 912 trailer campers. day. They're my two daughter Medicine comes confirmation newspaper. I with State Farm-famous for l low I for easy disposal. t ,
session. the Revenue Commission
rolling i I new to Pete (whose ,real name is Charles with two children each. It' wasa I that motivation is' an extremely Write today> for free list of rites for careful drivers. Call today! bat YM.i.t

: The above is a typical example,{ collect some of the state's taxes.; Willis Hartsfield, Jr.) called I long and expensive auto trip.I ., : important component of finess the many booklets and services ""* $94.50r'1t

: awl gives the state's politicians This agencyprobably will be attention to the fact that most of appreciate planning it, took,,,.What is motivation? Answer: available 'to,you. I (Ohl c khr
eastern for two reasons in pafltSjlar. I I given more tax collection jobs i : JAMES BOWERS =*
the campers are from Georgia. the way they piggy-banked moneyfor it's WHY )'ou' do. what you do.
from of the 49 50
: some or"taxes.so. : It's a pretty safe question, he a whole year to ,make the. Boiling it all down, 'it's safe to Retailers know that newspapers 314 Atlantic Ave EASY TERMS"IffeTONE
first is the agencies now collecting IBEItH
The I
new ask arrival "What the gifts they brought me..
: adds, to a new : trip, f'iy' that if you're motivated to reach more ready-to-buy
: hfgher education bonding pro.. Major consolidations may be I part of Georgia are you from?" I Il Yes, we love ,each other. But, take pleasurable walks, this is I prospects in their markets. Their Phone 2613982IS

.. wn passed by an oerhelminf : recommended. For instance the But other states are liveningup what a relief to wave goodbye ,. fine for fitness, for older people. i newspaper ads. are seen .by more

i three-fourths vote in both I Ihames. Conservation Department, the I l the competition. Among the i iI Dear Old Mother, Columbus,, Ga,, Just remember' that: it's people1.ncludmg.< teen.agers.I : SUPPLY
Despite the huge majority Game and Fresh Water Fish; r I !, : STATE FARM(
July campers so far have been 80( I (No answer needed from. me, YOUR personal preference that According to Gilbert Youth Research MWaiaai IIsImct
: in the Legislature, the vot : Commission, the Forestry Service CaeInt
ers still have the final word in''' and the Parks Board perform families from Ohio, for example; : To each his own! 'I shruld steer or motivate you into I 91$ of them are regularnewspaper' Hem 0.:IkiOIWt..1W P61113 118, ATLANTIC AV .
from Pennsylvania, 39 from H. A. the type of exercise-act y. readers:
November. This situation indicates I I some of the same functions. ___ ... I --' ---
Illinois 27 --- -' I -- -- ------ ---
New York 32 from
an intensive campaign prob. :I In effect, pressure from the ""JA d.. I
from Indiana four from Iowa,
ably will get underway to sell ; public may help force some long : ,
three from Delaware, two from
: thT program to the voters. i needed state government reforms -;
The second is that despite the i Ways to pare down that I Hawaii, two from Nebraska, 13

: huge increase in taxes this time, I potential $300 million may be a ;' from California 19 from New Jersey ..
g 19 from Michigan, and one
the problem of raising as much I major campaign issue in the ,
family, each from Maine, Rhode I .. -- .
as an extra $300 million win race for governor next year. :
Island, Colorado and Washington,
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1 + r t D.C.These
1 are chosen at random to'' ;
show the wide geographic diver. I r f

.. U-LLLLI I 1 sity. The list is by no means com .

1 plete. And these figures do not rp

0 selH'i include the many others who enter '

.. Fort Clinch State Park simplyto I ;k5 v1 e,0

/ see and wonder at its beauty Quality f9Hrn

.. [ and hisoric background. These 1

figures refer to families and i iI

: .-_._ ._... 0 f most of them come in family i .
J Ji .
.. I groups who spend at least one i iI : \

I night in camp in the area. I

.. I Gil Becker and his able, enthusiastic

staff seem to have a

I pretty good thing going for Fer a .

nandina and its environs. ".
.. i Ij :

Mixed tables ,
x ?4' ..aw{ :pCblrar.4ri'.WbO'Ne lf '" Y 41. v. :1".H.ryate.

BY H. B. ELLIS, JR. Biti wY Total
.. .
r Team Standings W L Pins x

Morris and Payne 26 14 27709 C H E V R O L tE T .,
I R and Interprise 19 21 27804 ,---5- _- I

+ Turn Off The leaks[ I Hadden Lanes 18 22 27709 : -
Beckers Drugs 17 23 27370 -- J zLzLJ& ,

I Iliyh Team, 3-Games _

Ii You Beckers Drugs 2883 ; 1.
: 11 Iidget Morris 4: Payne 278 .

:: (tA'I CHECKINGACCOUNT with a Beckers Morris BAH BAH": High&: Payne, Tean Game '2725 974 928 97S ,-- -____ t

High lid. Can

T. Tilman 62CW.

S i i M. Walker 607 1 1 f 1 1 l
S. Bohannon 600 CHEVROLET

High Scratch Bowlcri
Ladies l 1 1

N. .: Velma Hodge 166-462
r Eleanor Flint 169-44
Isabelle Barniak 154-123:

: FLORIDA National Bank Betty Becton Gent 156 41S Telephone yoiir Chemkt dealer for wy type of truck. :

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Trade At Homer I South 8th Street Phone 261-3636

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Public I Works Head 1 1st Baptist YouthTo Tiliakos Boat I News-Lea'der Fernandina I Beach. ,Florida. "-- Thursday, July- 25, 1963 Page Three_

hiLt i
(Continued from Page One) Hold (Continued from Page One)
Revival Officers Effect
of citizens on North Fletcher sons. Johnny is the boat builder
Avenue for the work they while Nick handles the food
are sea
I Is July 28 August 2 (Continued from Page One) SUPER MARKET
t doing: in combatting beach erosion business and a machine shop.
't I on their respective l locations.He Though the Tiliakos specialtyis i hound and in 15 minutes the dog i
I said that stone was being #A +, shrimp boats, on special orders -: had arrived from the Callahan
secured by these residents and K ** they have built yachts, pilot I prison camp and was on the IN YOUR HOME
I that the city was bulldozing the i boats, passenger sightseeing I trail Only 15 minutes was required -I
C r massive chunks of rocks into boats and the like. If you are m i to track down the fugi
place as rip rap. I Charleston and take a ride out I tives.
He expressed the that ,. to Fort Sumpter on a sightseeing u
hope tut
: j Chapman admitted stealing the nttt$
i:4.I : ;j the U. S. Engineers report on s. M! tour, chances are you will car Saturday night in New Jersey -
: the North Beach would be reversed ride in a 191-passenger boat and said they were en routeto
J and that federal aid .yZ Y. !'built last year in the local boatjjard. Jacksonville.
m i .
I might be secured to fight the
( F !' And in St. Simon's Island The boys were held for investigation
erosion. He noted that it was an a I rYI
II I I harbor pilot will ride out to of the theft and were I
I accepted fact that the erosion|
1 'bring in boat in I turned over to the FBI.
was not from natural forces but*i a larger a trim I
rather from the unnatural wave l vessel that was launched here in Deputies John Bodine and JimI
November. I Sawyer assisted the above j I
action created by the installation -.
of the jetties. s t: While Johnnie doesn't turn out ; ed officers in the capture. '

i "LOVER COME BACK" in technicolor, with Rock Hud- Beard pointed out the new .. boats on a big production scale 11
i lighting at the Ball each is built with loving care retain their shape. :
system City
and Doris Day, showing Sunday and Monday at the '
and each is in demand A and
Ilan Theatre and Saturday at the Drhe-N. Park as one of the finest for a great by I square level, necessary' i I t p9995i
city of this size and told how a those who wish to go down to in most construction, arc not
considerable sum was saved on the sea in sturdy ships. I used in trawler construction.I I
the project He cited that the Boats such as the "Popsie", a There is nothing "square" about
: :lion !' original estimate for the lighting 62-footer completely rigged, sell'I'' a shrimp boat says ohnnie.If 'I. I'I
: Theatre I was $60,000 and revealed for $38,000 and when you mule you are in the local dock
I I that the city purchased the materials RALPH NORMAN, JR. tiply this by 50 you will fin' area and viewing the shrimp
Phone 261-4819 C. E. Reach, Mtjr. and hired a firm to make Junior At Florida State U. that a great deal of money has I fleet you will be looking at a Model
; 1 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY :MATINEES\ AT 2:30 I the installation with the net cost EVANGELIST found its way in the past ten number of the Tiliakos boats,I I CB232
running only $32,000. years into the pockets of many recognized by the expert local
i NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30ONE I Next area covered by Beard in this area with whom the Ti'ia-' fishermen for their quality and :, ELECTRIC:
COMPLETE SHOW was the recreational facilities afforded kos boys do business. seaworthiness and thereby greatly '

I the youngsters of the city Designs of shrimp boats have I in demand. ,
Complete Showing Of The and the heavy use of the baseball changed somewhat over the II I Johnnie and Nick are married ,

= PATTERSON I and softball facilities. He years since the craft now rangeas to the Peronis sisters, Nellie and ;I CHESTGENERAL FREEZER
noted that construction is also
i far West in the Gulf as Mexico Magdalm. Their father, Pete I .
BETWEEN underway to give increased space and along the South America -. Peronis, also came to Tarpon
FILMS I for activity at the recreation i coast, often remaining at sea Springs from the "old country" t Fast freeze anywhere Counter-balanced lid
ALL1 DAYS, center. Y'ivI a. for many days. I about the same time as did' Mike in food compartment opens from inside
-- -
reruns' I The interest manifested by White oak, live oak and hard I Tiliakos. ,
AND SATURDAYOne the Lions in Beard's subject Up to 420 Ibs. of w out
I cypress are used in the construction : A sister of Johnny and Nick,
Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30: and 7:30 was attested by a lengthy question of a trawler. Three natural I Anna, is married to Jimmy Deo j food storage. 0 No exterior sweating
1. "Wind Across and answer period. i crook knees of live oak are nas, who also comes from a long
Everglades Pres'dent Ben Clarke remindedthe placed in the stern of each boat. line of boat builders. He is currently .
HURL IVES GYPSY ROSE LEE members that next Tuesdaynight'h
Oaks with a natural bend are plying his trade at his Five Points
activity will be a trip to Grocery
TECHNICOLOR! Jacksonville to witness an International I seleccted for this pha e of the boat yard at Rawls Railway on I :
o construct'on. Ribbing i is built i in the Amelia River, some distance I
One Showing Friday 9:10 Saturday 4:10 and 9:10 League baseball gam!. an unusual manner. White, oak, South of the Tiliakos yard.

cut to two-by-four size, is boiled So, as Johnny the boatbuilderand and Hardware
I "KING KONG AND GODZILLA"TECHNICOLOR Lights Are Out in clear water to soften the fib Nick the fisherman, contribute :

.' .. er. The boards are then bent to the local economy ;o
< (Continued from Page One) over a mould while still steam probably will the coming 5th Five Points Phone 261-5205
SUNDAY AND MONDAYSunSay I ing. Once cool, tjie boards always generation.

i 2:30 and 7:30 Monday 7:30: been paid since the city was JANICE FLY 1-- -
abolished in April.
CLOVER COME BACK The contract between Bou Junior At Stetson University

ROCK AUDSOYllORIS DAY TONY RANDALL lou ne and the electric corporation Recreation- Discussion Leader
TECHNICOLOR was scheduled to run until l
1978. What recourse the company
i () may take is indeterminate
Sunday about 1:45 and 9:45 Monday 9:15 at this time.

"COME SEPTEMBER" Pete Gibson, manager, was :
ROCK HUDSON GINA LOLLOURIGIDA present at the Tuesday nigh
special meeting of the County I .
TECHNICOLOR Commission and made the an
nouncement that the lights would .
Q v Y iD
\ go out when it was revealed that Y
i I
I the county would not assume the
DRIVE-N i 4 responsibility. It had been suggested i W mitiet.
., and discussed that the
'" Complete Showing Of The I Florida Development Commission

might wish to maintain the lights I u.y
i PATTERSON LISTON FIGHT I as an adjunct to their welcome

i j i station in that area. However,
BETWEEN FILMS I that agency did not send a representative ,
I f I ALL :3 DAYS to the Tuesda ti tl -

night: meeting and it was assum .
FRIDAY, JULY 26 8:00 P.M.I.I : ed that they were no longer in' $ ;

I "TALL STORY"JANE terested. ,yf
Should the county be held liable
i FONDA TONY PERKINS in the matter, since they .
I I ABOUT 10:15 automatically inherited Boulougne's -
assets and obligations, a PAUL
."A SUMMER PLACE"1tIC11A1iD" special tax district would hayto 4a
I T5GAN DOROTHY McGUIRE be set up for that area to satisfy Freshman At Stetson UniversityMUSIC -
the obligation. DIRECTORThe
SATURDAY{ JULY 27 8:00 '11. a '; M
youth of the First Baptist of
"GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS" Wayne Saunders Church will hold their annual 4 4ate.
ELVIS PRESLEY TECHNICOLOR youth-led revival from July 28 7
I "LOVER COME BACK" '(Continued From Page One) I through August 2. r .
when reporting the incident.\ The services will be held each
I SUNDA'Y JULY 28 8:00 P.M.I.i "We urge all residents and visitors morning at 7 a.m and each n'ght I I
: to swim in the protected at 7:30 The v
i p.m. nursery will be
"WIND'ACROSS THE EVERGLADES"ABOUT areas," he added, "where they each
I I can be in reach of our alert and open evening. : : woa
I 10:15 capable life guards." Youth leaders will be Ralph p
I "KING KONG AND GODZILLA" Wa me is the older son of Mr. Norman, Jr., Janice Fly and Paul
t and Mrs. Orville Saunders. Martin. Ralph is a junior at r tor-
\ _. .- ida State University. and will be $ <
I j the "I.' : F
I evangelist for the mce'ing
Janice is a junior at Stetson Uni, i
I|I ,
\ versity and will be the discuss!on :
THIS I leader. Paul is a freshman at
I Stetson and will serve as music
Sff A1 director. I

I WEEK Led by the youth of the church, i] I "

the revival is for the entire pub .. j :
I 1 ONLY ,: lie. An invitation is extended to I v

all to attend the services. -

I jjjj jjjjjjjjj t.f .Aw .. FREE DELIVERY

I 11 liiii/I I1 IEII=: DOORSSWxl SeniorLeague Standings I Small Will Deposit Hold Within 75-Mile I Radius

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FINAL Until Ready

1-8" 2-Pcnel Falcons G 2 I
':} Only, $900 Redbirds: d 4 s mY
'II With 1750 K. Screen Door Hardware Stags 3 *
Pirates 2 6

2'8"x6'8"xl 1-8"1 2-Panel B.TTIXG I II 4 4f
Only $8.50 I Top Ten" '
Miller, Stags a
11 With 1730 K. Screen Door Hardware Burgess, Falcons, .. ..dl'Pikula

\ j I Falcons '. 3
; i Fox, Falcons .3 i
See Us For All Your Building And Remodeling Needs Cover Pirates ;

I Beville Redbirds N,..
t ;i i'Mike' Rice. Redbirds ,3.

Lumber Brick Marble Chips I, BC171 f'ranklin Rice, Falcons, Redbirds .31 F 1 ::4. Ib >rc

Bird Roofing t, Millwork Asphalt It Williams, Redbirds \ .1 .4: : ,

Wide Choice r
Sand Cement'
*. Asbestos Fox, Falcons 1 <
.-4 Mike Rice, Redbirds 1 Of Finishes
Gravel Mortar Mix Products Pikula, Falcons 1 ) And Colors
Miller, Stags 1
Peninsula Pro-Cote Paints Burgess, Falcons 1 f 1 .

I Beville Redbirds 1i .:.: :v.r. .
I Conner, Stags 1
Cover, Pirates 1 0 ,

B. Johnson, Falcons 1i P a r ur horn no+noa touru>fa a ... r !! '

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.1 Alvarez, Stags 3_ ..' rotn7M r
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Page Pour -- News-l t1d r, Fernandina Beach Florida -. Thursday,"'J uIy,25, 1963 Mrs' Dudley HostessFor Edo Sterrz'Cirde Five Points WMU .iI I
July Meeting Of Meets In July Has Program On PERSONALSMr. '
t Mrs. Howard Fetes Hostesses Fete Mrs. Stone Fetes Methodist
CircleThe With
% Spain hour Leadership TrainingThe
.Mfss Joy Beville Miss Lillian Mayer Miss Elda StevensAt of
Myrtie Burgess Circle of The Edna Stertz Circle of the Woman's Missionary So-' and Mrs. Dewit Weaver i DIr and Mrs. Jim Justice
; ,,-At.Bridal Shower At ShowerMonday Coke PartyMiss the Memorial Church met in the First Baptist Church met July 22 e'ety of the Five Points Baptist and daughter, Miss Kitty Weaver, Birmingham, Ah. arrived Saturday

home of :Mrs. G. W. Dudley, 'with in the home of Mrs. 0. R. Spain- Church met Wednesday, July of Mobile, Ala. arrived today to for a week'i visit with his
i Miss Joy Beville, whose marriage Miss Lillian Mayer, bride elect Elda Stevens, popular law, Mr.
Mrs. W. R. Wolff co-hostess. attend the wedding of their brother and sistertn-
as its monthly business and 17th, for the regular Missionary I nephew
to David Shiell Pickett, will of July 27, was complimentedwith bride-elect, was the inspirationfor J. P. Justice. Returning
Refreshments were served as. the program meeting. program. : David Shell: Pickett, to Miss and Mrs.
solemnized this evening at Memorial a lovely miscellaneous show. a morning Coke party last uncle and aunt
members assembled.Mrs. In the absence of the Mrs. Clyde Brazell, presentedthe ; Joy Beville tonight at Memorial I home with their
Methodist Church, was er atthe Kent Crisp home Monday Saturday by Mrs. Hugh F. Stone, chairman, I and Eddie Justice
R. E. Gray, chairman. Methodist Church. were Cindy
Mrs. S. II. Swearingen, cochairman program entitled "leader- I
the .
iwpiration for 'a delightful evening. Hostesses for the affair Jr. who had been vacationing in Ala-
and the "
presided meeting was
. bridal shower last Thursday even Mrs. Ellen Earn presided.A .
were Mary The home was beautifully dec opened with the Spiritual Life Miss Karen Ely, accompaniedby bama.
Devotional Mrs.
: ing given by Mrs. Roy Howard in hardt, Mrs. Gary Haddock and orated at points of interest, featuring given by Mrs. E. E. special prayer was offeredby was given by Miss Joyce Spafford, both of
the Conference Room at the Recreation Mrs. Eddie McKendree. a color scheme of green program Mrs. J. J. Klarer for the Johnny Williams, and Mrs. Atlanta arrived last week for a Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lovell
who of
I Jones, Jr.,' gave the first : Clark Still led in prayer for
Center. Upon arrival each guest re. and white. series of from the tool chairman, Mrs. E. J. Smith. visit with the former's uncle and have returned home after attend
s a prayers those on the Prayer Calendar.
t II f "During the evening the guest eived a favor as a memento of The dining table was overlaid "Dimensions of Prayer" by Doug Mrs. Spainhour gave the devotional aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood. ing the Trade Show of the National
.\ enjoyed Bridge Bingo and prizes the occasion. The door prize was with a white linen cutwork cloth las Steere. scripture, John 4:16.: Mrs. Others ,assisting in the pro They plan to return home this I Ceramics Mfrs. Assn. in .

were won by Mrs. Ray Beville, warded to Mrs. Albert Alvarez. and centered with an arrange- Mrs. P. R. Entzminger Klarer was in charge of the program gram were, Mrs. Chris Johnson, weekend. St, Louis, Mo.
pre.sented Barber and Mrs. I
.. Miss Jan Beville and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Only Clay-
Others receiving prizes were Mrs. using the topic, "leader-
i' Pckett: Sr. ment of white pompons interspersed the Missionary Education ton Easterling. I Chip Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. PFC. James C. Mock returned
Timmy Mayer, the bride-elect' ship In Training Those assisting
The honoree with satin bows and greeneryin I program, using an article "In Algeria The meeting was dismissed i Ralph Wood, is working in Rog- to Fort Poke, La. by plane Sun
I was presented a her
ster. -law, and Mrs. Robert a silver bowl. Party sandwiches ; A New Chapter Opens". were, Mrs. J. A. Lee, Mrs.
I shower of gifts placed on a table Edna with prayer. ersville, Tenn. with his uncle, day after spending twenty dayshere
Ounman. Grant, Mrs. Maude Hazelwood
tart shells, cheese straws and : She also called the members attention '
Malcolm after spending two Mr.
i overlaid with a white cloth embossed Ely, with his parents
Mrs. S. H.
The honoree was presented 9 salted nuts were served. Minia-j article! where Mr Swearingen .
to an :;
Norfolk Va. with his L Mock.
.. with silver and white wed. weeks in Mrs. James
"Mrs. ,
I Jennie Lee.Community Mrs Ferris Jones
I shower of gifts from a daintyink ture favors decorated the keel. i Spottswood had been ordained a Jerrell Norton. Chipis 1--- --
4 ding bells. A handsome bouquet sister(, Mrs..
) and .white parasol.The Colas on the serving cart. minister. She and her husband Missions for the Hostess To CircleThe home about mid-Au i
.. of .spring flowers interspersedwith expected
I orange blossoms carried out refreshment table wa For the occasion Miss Stevens Rev. Spottswood, have been mis- month is to continue making cancer gust. .1I

the. bridal motif. werlaid with a pastel pink: cloth wore a becoming morning cottonin sionaries to the Phillipines for 17 pads and shirts. July meeting of the Annie I'I
t '" the and centered with a mixed bou- blue and white. She and her I yeari The book entitled, "Life of Brown Circle was held at the Mrs. Ray Caldwell and daughter I

ered with refreshment table bras cov suet of white gladioli and pinK mother, Mrs. James Stevens, I Mrs. Gray adjourned the meet. Annie Armstrong," is to be taught home of Mrs. Ferris Jones. Miss Candy Caldwell, left I Call9'4P

: a white net cloth over arnations, flanked with three were given white corsages by the ing with the reading of, "An during the month of August. Mrs. Fred Bond, chairman, presided last weekend for a visit of several -
i, whIte satin. Swags of net were ranch candelabra holding light., hostess. Evening Prayer". weeks with relatives in New I
The next meeting will be held welcoming the eight mem .
caught at the of the table
i with corners cascading with !d pink tapers. Pink punch, with i Assisting Mrs. Stone in serv- at the home of Mrs. L. S. Granton bers and three visitors present. Albany, Mississippi and Middle- our *

! small) nosegays white wedding bells. / 'loating pink ice hearts, was served ing were Mrs. Ben Daniels and July WSCS MeetingHas August 12th; I The Missionary: Education pro. ton, Tenn. I

beautiful three-tier white satin with cake ,squares in whit,: Miss Lisa Stone. On"Scholarships" At the close of the meeting delicious gram was entitled, "A Changing Miss Maud Seibert and Mrs. numheri/

caKe, adorned with white rosebud' 'opped with pink wedding bells, About thirty-five friends attended Program lime punch was served by Image," given by Miss Lyn Hitch. Minnie Sharpe of Jacksonvillewere Ii

and aily-of-the-valley, stood in i p md pink and white mints. the affair. the hostess to the nine membersand guests of Mrs. Henry. Millerat
cock.A when
garland of ivy to form the. cert; Among those enjoying the at. one visitor. short business meeting was her home recently. G

'terpiece. Punch was served with air with the honoree and her Guild ComplimentsMiss The executive committee mem held, giving the secretary and Martin of ___
individual cakes, topped with 'Wstesses were, Mrs. Frank May. bers of'the Woman's Society of Miss Joy Beville treasurer's reports. The chairman Mr. and Mrs. David I
Lillian Christian Service hostessesfor Jacksonville and Mrs. C. F. Cummings you
white rosebuds, and open fact T, mother of the bride-to-be,I MayerAt were read a thank you note from the I
sandwiches.Mrs. .,Bridal ShowerMiss the social hour at the July Honored Tuesday church for the circle's help in of Elberton, Ga. visited G
tfrs. Albert Alvarez mother of
Howard presided at the he bridegroom-elect, and therideeect's 22 meeting at 10 a.m. in Parish At Bridal Shower several church affiliated meals. j. Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J.j need

punch bowl and Mrs. A. H. 'Reynolds Lilly Mayer was honored Hall.Mrs. It was reported that ten meals
> two sisters, Mrs B. F. Dickens, president, C. Bennett Jr. I
and Mrs. Frank Lambrigh 'ohn Megna and Mrs. Herb Hiesrndorf. with a miscellaneous shower at i Miss Joy Beville, popular young were prepared. I
assisted in serving. St. Michael's Hall on July 19th. presided at the business meet.. bride-elect, was honored Tuesday Volunteers for the M. Y. F. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Venzof j

Enjoying the affair with :Mis : Hostesses were the officers of !I ing when Mrs. G. T.Hiers Butler with presented .evening at a miscellaneous shower suppers for July were enlisted Birmingham, Ala., and daughters -:
J. W.
Beyjfle and her hostess were, her I St. Michael's Catholic Women's Mrs. from a given at the Harry Peters'I and preparations for the Birth. Pamela and Teresa visited : Money
life and pin
mother, Mrs. Ray BeviJle, Mrs ie Lee Thompson, Mrs. Boyd Guild. the W.S.C.S.membership home in Forest Hills. Hostessesfor I date Calendar got underway. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave I

CwirPickett, Sr. and Mrs. Sadie ennedy, Mrs. Raymond Landress, Miss Mayer was presented a Mrs. Eldridge Partin was in the occasion were Miss Kath- The meeting was! closed with T. Tapper.
Sheffield, mother and grand frs. J. C. Campbell, Mrs. Cora corsage of red carnations.The erine Peters, Miss Cindy Henry,, the circle benediction.! I:
mother of the bridegroom-elect .Vright, Mrs. C. L. Perdue, Mrs. guests enjoyed playing charge"Crusade of the Scholarship program entitled Proces Miss Sandra Dean and Miss Kay L/Cpl Carper D. Hayes recently in a hurry11.Our .

Miss Dorothy Jean Pickett, Misses teed Lewellen, Mrs. A. H. Rey- Bingo, with prizes won by Mrs. assisted Mis Cover Miss Lillian Mayer spent a few days travel time
sion. She by I
and Jill Beville, Mrs. Ver, 'olds, Mrs. Ray Fiveash, Mrs. Cecelia Cone, Mrs. Henry Miller, was Pastel arrangements of summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
non .pickett, Mrs. Frank Lam. tlitzie Ssk! and Mrs. T. J. Cour- Mrs. Albert Alvarez, and Mrs.A. Pat Hollis experiences, who spoke, Miss from Susan personal flowers were used throughout the i Samuel P. AlvarezTo Mack Hayes, in Hilliard, while ,

___bright Mrs. Lois Reid, Miss Rob- son. R. Clark, Sr. Jeff party rooms. Wed 27 enroute from the Marine Corp.
Butler, Miss Lucy Dyal, July Recruit Depot in San Diego,
The hall was beautifully dec. Davis and Tommy Oliver. Mrs. Fruit punch, with cherries in Calif to the Naval Shipyard at Streamlined loan serviceIs

orated in the bridal motif. A G. T. Butler was at the piano.It Ice molds, was served with bridal Miss Lillian Agnes Mayer, Portsmouth, Va. Cpl. Hayes has
{ "Hope Chest" overflowing with the W.S.C.S. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank both fast and convenient.Eve .

\I ::- :: REGISTRATION FOR packages was placed next to the will serve was announced dinner to the Sub-Dis,!cake buds squares topped with rose I Mayer, will be united in marriage just completed Maintenance a Cryptograph Preparatory (hi ili is handled on a
mints. Equipment
nuts and .
popular bride-elect who receiveda August to Samuel Pasco Alvarez on Saturday
trict MYF Retreat, and the
I Course in San Diego simplified basis with the
I variety of many lovely and use- meeting will be at 10. am. During the evening Miss Be- afternoon, July 27, at St. in electronic payment

: FALL CLASSESJacfe'n ful gifts. on the 4th Monday.Mrs. ville received a shower of giftsin I Michael's Catholic Church The will maintenance continue at study his new assign. Schedule setup to give

The serving table, covered witha Richard Crumpler closed remembrance of the occasion.' ceremony will be performed at ment. Cpl. Hayes is the brotherof you eV possible advantage
white damask cloth, was centered wih a prayer for missionar es.i She was presentd a gift of her I three o'clock. Newell Hayes of this city.
with a circle of white can I chosen pattern of china by her Mr. Alvarez, son of Mr. and .

Ml Kindergarten dles to which were attached Little Suzi i Loper '* hostesses. I Mrs. Albert Alvarez, is with the Pvt. and Mrs. Millard "Dobie" LOANS UP TO SSOO

i white satin streamers reaching to Enjoying the affair with the 7th Special Forces Group stationed Gillen returned to Fernandina

a miniature bride and bridesmaids. Feted At Party IOn honoree were, Miss Sue Selph, at Fort Bragg, N. C. Beach after a visit in Fort Laud- -G.A.C.-

: E ARE BEING ACCEPTED NOW Refreshments of ice cream- 3rd Birthday Miss Sherrie Lang, Miss Debbie I No invitations are being sent erdale with his parents, Mr. and
punch, party sandwiches and cake | Turbot, Miss Bobbie Becton, Miss but all friends of the couple are I Mrs. Carl Gillen, prior to his de.

t were served. Little Miss Suzi Loper, daughter Sharon Gough, Miss Marcia Pea-I invited to the ceremony and reception parture on July 19 for Frankfort, H&ASffiWORTZ ()

.. I Among the invited guests were of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lop- cock, Miss Kay Cover, Miss Cindy: to follow immediately at I Germany where he will be sta

TWO CLASSESYEAROLDS5 Mrs. Frank Mayer, mother of the er of Kraft Village, celebratedher Henry, Miss Katherine Peters, the Jetty Lodge. tioned. Mrs. Gillen will remain 308 Atlantic Annul
bride-elect, Mrs. James Mayer, 3rd birthday Saturday. .1 Miss Sandra Dean, Mrs. Millard here with her parents, Mr. and. ',rundlna Beach Flaridl

,. .. .'. visiting sister-in-law of the bride Games were played and prizeswere Gillen, Mrs. Ray Beville, motherof During the year people purchase Mrs. Paul Ulsh, until arrange.j T"'Jbo i
I'.". .4} YEAR-OLDS. and Mrs. Albert Alvarez, motherof presented to the winners.: :' the bride-elect, and her sisters twice as many U. S, news- ments can be made for also "n eFf/US/ IN UCUOHVILlf ;
I .. '. 11 the bridegroom-elect. As refreshments, a beautifully Misses Jan and Jilt Beville. papers as they do postage stamps. join her husband. -' ,.
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visiting friends and relativesin Sandy, Billy, and Teresa Alsept,
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i "' Personals Jr. and Mrs. D. A. Kelly attend. \Vfsih Sarasota II
ed the wedding of Miss Joyce i Ii
Ft. Gordon
Spell to Mr. Jean Lanez, Jr., at Jungle Gardens I Scout Troop 213 ii i
Herbert Underwood of Jacksonville i
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the Trinity. Methodist Church in .wI43x -. ,.. I
was a dinner guest cf I Pl.
Jacksonville last Saturday morn Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Littles and ,*' -
last Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stone, Jr. ing. Mr. Lanez is the son of.H.. family of 216 N. 19th St. enjoyed :i OR Week Camp I I tt-fd- :

t Sunday J. and Elizabeth Lawton Lanez. ft visit to Sarasota Jungle Gardens 1 f ..

)!rs. Alene J. Lotspeieh and I Mrs. Lanez taught in Fernan- during their recent vacationon b ,. At. Ec'wckotee: .. '.

little Miss Mary Julia Brewton : dina Beach for several years Florida's Lower West Coast ,; Ir aru paNNi'"
left last Saturday for a visit in : during the nineteen thirties.Mr The visitors mingled with flamingos } t I
Fairfax Denmark S. C. I and other rare wildfowl Boy Scout Troop 213 left Sunday The Russians say theymaynot
and '
and Mrs. Jack D. Buie of pvM !? ; 1 I from every continent roaming: : for Camp Echokotee in Orange try to put a man on the moon,
Here for the wedding of Misa Atlanta, with their baby son, freely in these world-famous '" Park to spend. a week camp- that it just isn't practical-prob
:' Joy Seville to David Shiell Pick Jackie are visiting his mother, Gardens. J, ing. ably impossible. -
ett tonight at Memorial Methodist! Mrs. Theo Kelly Buie, and his '\ ....< ;;, ; That won't discourage us. It
Other points of interest i in <,. The Troop is under its own
'Church Mrs. M. F. Seville, uncle, "Buck" Kelly at their f 4. '' cost us a few hundred billion -
are + may
Jungle Gardens were hundreds: ... ':, c'... : ; leadership, with unit leader Er.
of Gainesville, grandmother of North 14th St. home. I of unusually colorful tropical ,: .. '" \:. ""T'): nest Valero accompanying the but that doesn't"matter.

t the bride-elect, her uncle, Leason I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Joyce andgrandsons I plantings, huge Royal Palms ..,'i:.:.;::.'.:. Scouts It's money we ain't sot.- ""
I Green of Wildwood, and her uncle I I trails, and I ; The Russians don't want to
bordering jungle
Mark and Mike, vacationed Ii i ; "Scout camping is not a pas;;
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Seville. recently at friends'.i .' I brilliant macaws and cockatoos ..a : > I i, time, but a purposeful experience put a man on the moon. .President

I home in Lake George. :> ,, I which pose with visitors for pie : !I in which the goal is character Kennedy U determined{ to.
I I '/1 ,. tures. building, citizenship training and And he wants it done soon. Avc-
I Mr. and Mrs. L E. Wolters ;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Bruni, ., I : rill Harriman is getting impat
I last weekend in Atlanta, } 'Ii. physical fitness, while at the .
spent .. :
frIy "
Jr. and three children, of Mor : ,
"I. ; .'\ .1l'\ ient.
i 1 I Ga. attending the Southeastern City, La., recently visited i F'.I dr. ': ", .. David H. Monson I same time teaching the Scouts
gan / .; crafts in later Some people 'don't realize how
I Georgia China: and Gift Show. I : they may use
r his mother, Mrs. Rachel Ollag- A SCENE FROM:\ "Come September" with Sandra Dee Recruit TrainingAt .: I years in various ,lines of endeavors important it is to get Harriman
Mrs. Frank Barnhardt and son,I an Bruni!, at her home here. and Bobby Darin: co-stars with Rock Hudson and Gina Great Lakes particularly in the service of on the moon to negotiate a treat

Frank Jr., returned to New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Martin, Lollabrigida, showing Sunday and Monday at the Han. GREAT LAKES, ILL (FH- Pvt. Edrfc S. Bates, son of Mr.I' their country* Valero said. for occupation. The njodfiT pets
La., after spending a month and Mrs. Gil Becker, has pretty full at times and maybe
Sr. of Carlton, Ga., are visitingMr. Theatre. Ith9 TNC) David H. Monson, 19, com "Few areas could be found, offering
t with Mrs. L E. Barnhardt and and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. Jr. &on of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. pleted eight weeks of basic training I r finer opportunities for we can get it for $24 and" a case
I Mrs. Franz Mitchell On her return this week. Monson of Yulee is undergoingbasic at Ft. Gordon, near' Augusta, healthful outdoor living and real of booze.
Mrs. Barnhardt was accompanied at the Naval Ga. Pvt. Bates is with the U. S. scouting adventure 'where boys The Russians aren't interestedin
by Miss Gretchen Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Sintesof training Airborne Division. "
and the Their poIf Is to
Training Center, Great Lakes, can live sleep, eat : moon.
Mrs L E. Earnhardt. Miss Pam New Orleans, La. are spending TheGarden r .
, in. He' will spend a two-week leave scouting twenty-four hours a day, take over the earth. t
Hall went as far as Mobile with some time with her father, here with his parents: before returning -I as Camp: Echokotee: located two If the administration :.JftAhs to
the group. After spending ten Tom J. O'Hagan, Sr. and brother, 1 1I I The intensive nine-week train to Ft. Gordon to' attenda miles South West of Orange continue its policy of1 the last
days Mrs. Earnhardt and Gret Tom Jr. ) Basket ing program includes naval history
Leadership School. Park. The camp site consists 'of two-and-a-half years we have got
chen returned, stopping off in Mrs. L. C. Kinser have and organization, etiquetteand [ 130 acres of heavily wooded land to get a. man to the hvoo'h, followed -
Mr. and law ord-
customs, military ,
Mobile to bring Chipper fail I
with mile of shaded waterfront by 179,999,999 other men,
Pastors a
home with them. just returned from Greenville, BY JANE SCOFIELD nance and gunnery, seamanshipand MeetingSet [
which offers the best facilitiesfor women. and children. ..
I basic shipboard routine,
Tennessee, after spending a week Saturday At "
I aquatic and scoutcraft activi ,
David Lockwood
1 Mr. and Mrs. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs When we wrote of the crape- of this family. damage control, military drill i ties." "Driving like you were late fora
of Eau Gallie, are visiting Mr. Clark Kinser and Mrs. Lula myrtle last week we were torn The yucca is native ,to North and sentry duty physical fit. Tabernacle BaptistThe I Parents and visitors were welcome } dental appointment i3"sr' trood
and} Mrs. R. B. Lockwood for a Brown. between giving prominence to its America and the West Indies:and ness, swimming, first aid and monthly Pastor's Meetingwill on Wednesday night whena safe speed." W. R." Smith,

few days. beauty about town or the beautyof there are quite a few kinds, survival I big colorful wafer show and Indian Cochran (Ga.) Journal. .....
Mrs. Lester Reynolds of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. George Tyson the yucca on the beach. prominent among them the Josh. I During their training recruits be held Saturday, July 27, at .' pageant was presented by

i i3 the guest of Mr. and returned Monday from a trip It seems to us that the yuccais uatree of the Southwest. The yucca receive tests and interviews: I Ii 7:30 p.m. at the Tabernacle Baptist members of the order 'of the' Ar .,

Mrs. J. A. Lee for several days. through the Carolinas and Vir unusually handsome this year. growing so profusely on our i which determine their future Church on Amelia Road. row, representing Scouts of

ginia.In Not only its stately loveliness! intrigues beaches is the Spanish Bayonet Navy assignments. All pastors and the public are i Northeast Florida. faethe1WANT| ]
M,I Mrs. Lola Reynolds has just us but the fact that it is f (Yucca aloifolia). The yucca I Upon graduation from recruit cordially invited to attend and I The Troop will return home
recently celebrated her ninety. I growing inland with tall spikes training they are assigned to I r the
s study conducted by North actually a relative of the dainty Saturday after last flag cere '
first birthday.Mr. western University, 92% of. lilyof-the-valley. It is a relative of bloom and threads on the leaves I service schools for technical instruction I f enjoy an evening of fellowship. mony.. :
t Don is Adam's Needle or b ar. or to ships or shore ; singing; and true gospel preach
and Mrs. Lancaster housewives interview said that if i too of our border plant, liriopc, I L
and their four children, Monica, they had a choice of newspaperswith now covered with charming lavender grass, and as you notice grows in I stations for on-the-job training-]I ing.The -The only ones you should try .
I Ifcnnie> Mark;- snd4od, and An or without advertising, they spikes. In fact it belongsto more or less rosette form and is one of the Navy's many specialized -I Rev. Lloyd Chambers' is i to get even with are tkftse who i
nette Jacobs spent a week camp. would prefer newspapers with the large lily family of plants does not have a trunk as the trades. pastor of Tabernacle Baptist. ,have helped you."
which contains few "be. beach variety does. -- -- -- -- -- -- ---- -
ing in Cherokee, North Carolina. advertising. quite a
l -- -- lieve it. or not" members, such cs I You no doubt read several
r asparagus! and the eight or more years ago about a yucca being
X < varieties of smilax, some of them i developed which had no sharp

I AUTO' AIR-CONDITIONERS just the common brambles that needles on the leaf tips. We l learned ANNUAL :
cover our uncultivated lands, and at tre University this summer r
:RE-CHARGED of course our onions, chives, and that this yucca has not proved I L
) garlics form a prominent group very hardy. However, clipping the i y n n 5

t ALL'',MAKES AND MODELS needles off the common yucca in I
1 no way harms the plant and iz r
j GET YOUR UNIT READY FOR SUMMER I NOW! just a question of whether the : -EARAMx

. Agency .for CLARDY Air-Conditioners Stork Club need justifies the patient work
,' involved. Remember that yuccas I "
I 0 hold the sand and wind.
are good
M\\'E SPECIALIZE\ IN Howard and Margaret Bunchare breaks. DRESSES KORET CALIFORNIA &JA\RE\- :
happy to announce the birthof I
I : ftine-Up Yuccas, like so many other
a son, :Michael Headon, on SHORTS SHIRTS 1
VlfMVheel Alignment plants which endure drought and
t Automatic Transmission Repairs i July 15 at Baptist Memorial Hospital neglect, responds wonderfully; I REDUCED 1-3 TO 1-2 OFF OFF
'I in Jacksonville. The little Yuccas 3 :
. I well to good care. are usually I Ii SLIM JIMS ; ;
; I lad 'weighed 7 Ibs. 10 ozs. Mrs. propagated by offsets, but I II I
: REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANY I Bunch is the former Miss Mar.i they may also be grown from :, A FEW AT SMART FASHIONS --" -- -- --f

i", garet Willis, daughter of :Mr. and I seed; in fact they self-sow .fre;
Your Local Oldsmobile Dealer Mrs. W H. Willis. Paternal grand- quently. Their blossoms: areS specialized $5.00 AT SAVINGS! ONE GROUP 1 :
j 232 South 8th Street Phone 261-3122 parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jake for insect pollination I 2Paice'rBRAS

''t i j; Bunch. particularly by the yucca moth I PEDAL PUSHERS, & SHORTS
which packs the pollen into the ;
stigma of the flower, then lays
her eggs at the base of the flow. PERMA-LIFT !
r i I $1
FERNANDINA BEACH er. The young larva after feed. ,
I ing on some of the yucca seeds I \ ONE GROUP .

( lets itself down, burroughs into! M tr \\ I
I the earth and forms a cocoon in j \ :
: "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" which to remain until the following 11 / \\ J -

I I season when it emerges a? J LINGERIE Broken Lot 30rrENTIRE .

I, p=aOr'is' I the adult moth. ;
I I Again we have been asked '

, :- Directory Furnished By There Merchants and Business Men about the gay scarlet spikes seen lo : .. :
I I on the beach so we repeat that it r
In' is red gilia (the "g" is soft) or STOCK BIG BIG SAVINGS
Suburban I
: GeorgesMachine FLORIDA'SFIRST standing! cypress. It grows in F ,
,,, I sandy soil from Texas to Florida YOUR CHOICE OF

Gas Co. ; and to North Carolina and claims I Jantzen ON. :
Shop ', kin with the phloxes, usually .a j jI 3. :

EXCELLENT ALL { perennial Florida but can be I OR i
1! YOUR NEEDS IN i a biennial. It may be grown from j .. Ceeb of Miami -m :
MachineWorkWelding 18-IIOLE seed, which is listed in several .. .
I LINKSTIDES GAS APPLIANCES catalogues, but must not be con- -- -- _ __
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Brazing: fused with its relative, the blue .. ,

Marine Repairs 7 South 7th St. I gilia or thimble flower. We had I .

Phone 261-3661 no luck with some ,young plantsof .
Special! Service Tot I I red gilia we dug on the beach I .'
Shrimp Trawlers I last fall. They thrived beautifully
All Work Guaranteed 'I T. H. KING t when we kept. them in the ..

Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.ra. it JETTIES I sandbox, grew off well when first .
PHOTO SHOP placed in what we thought was aI
Monday Thru Saturday .
Add 30 Minutes For
I fairly sandy bed and then seemingly -
Roll ProcessingDeveloping .
Phone Day 261-3711 Fernandina Harbor
i for no reason died. We notice .
Night 261.5338 HIGH LOW &Film PrintingKodak I that Texas has this wild .

flower on her conservation list. ,
Friday, July 26 Photo Supplies .
Aren't the ,sea oats lovely, what -
BE W I SEe 6:12: a.m.Movle.Colored & RegularWeddings there are of them! We must ::

12:22 p.m. 6:37 P.m. I treasure them for the rapid building Prices Slashed On
"Porcelflinize" Portraits by Appointment Only : up of the beaches is crowding

Saturday, July 27 Studios At 504 Ash St. them out. South Carolina has
sea oats on her conservation list
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES 12:21: a.m. 6:53: a.m. Phone 261-4586 I

LONGER THAN 1:09 p.m. 7:29 p.m. I "Are you contributing a share Gas Ranges -:- Wafer Heaters

ORDINARY WAX JOB Sunday, July 28 Your Ad Here J toward the one hundred million .
dollars spent annually on comic
1:07 a.m. 7:44: a.m. I books! This amount is four times -

LASSERRE CO.MOTOR' 1:59 p.m. 8:22: p.m. Will Be Seen i, public the annual libraries book and budgets exceeds of the all Save Now On THIS Bargain Special! j

Monday, July 29 a: amount spent on textbooks." -

.S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 2:52 1:55 a.m. 9:18 8,12 a.m. By Over I Edward Hofer, Lennox (S. D.) Independent USED RANGES $,M A95 USED WATER HEATERS

p.m. p.m. ______

Going Fishing? Tuesday: July 30 7,500 Readers The average general news page Plus I Plus' :

2:48 a.m. 9:2:1: a.m. with advertising is read by three IF
quarters of the women reading a Installation : -
Porter & Lovequist Cylinder
Visit Us For 3:46 p.m. 10:13 p.m. given issue: of a newspaper. Cylinder r.
General Contractors ..- .
Complete Line Of Wednesday, July I 31 ""',< .
.. Fishing Tackle '-

t Outdoor Rods Camping o Reels 3:45 4:40 p.m.a.m. 10:14 11:07 a.m.p.m. CUSTOM PLASTIC WOODWORKING BUILT SURFACING CABlSF.TSI' LOW DOWN PAYMENTS LARGE SELECTION OF :: i

i EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, August 1 KITCHEN AND BATH
REMODELINGComplete t..
4:39 a.m. 11:04 a.m. RANGESTO
5:30: p.m.: 11 ::57 p.m. Showroom :: :
BEACH SUPPLY For Color Coordination 1 stR'ThE6.f LP GAS DELIVERY
TW.. CourtesyOodctte "
.112 Atlantic I Are 2CH4S2 OM t II Survey Phone 261-3068 AND SERVICE: CHOOSE FROM
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Prnme 225-5146 Yulee Florida
S.. GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIMN" Prwntlnf forest fret ft good YULEE FLA. ,

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: ;ts Newt-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 25, 1963 E. Wilcox i TABERNACLE BAPTIST NORTH 14th STREET 1

.. -- Completes AirplaneMaintenance "r At The Churches Amelia Road CHURCH-' Phone 261-3137 Rev BAPTIST Ran Humphreys CHURCH, Pastor !
5. The House approved the
:::: From CourscP: >I Rev. Lord Chambers, Pastor 9:45: aja. ___ Sunday School
Reports Washington Conference Report on the Depart ;
I ment of Interior and Related Agencies FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD PRINCE OF PEACE Sunday School) 10 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship

: :E'By Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews Appropriations Bill in the Fort Rucker, Ala. (AHTNC) Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor LUTHERAN CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. 7:00: p.nu ._ ........_.._ B.T.U. .
.....- + amount of $959 million which is Army Pvt. Robert E. Wilcox, 10:00 a.m. Sunday School Donald R. Himmelnun, Pastor Evening Worship .__. __ 7 pm: 8:00 p.m. __ Evening Worship
RECENT BILLS PASSED BY |I a decrease of $70 million, or 7%, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wikor, 11:00 a.m. Worship Service Phone 261-5634 Wednesday Service 7 p.m. I 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services
:: 'uriIOUSE ,from the budget estimate. who live in Fernandina Beach, 6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services Sunday School .....__ 9:45 a. m. Wednesday
'Ii"A. "Wartime Sedition Act was I DISTRICT PROJEqI'SI t Fla., complete a three-week airplane 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Worship Service __ 11:00 a. m BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH # J
.; by the House which 1. The General Services Admin maintenance course: at The fhuradty mid week service: # tt 429 South 6th Street ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC i

would extend jurisdiction to acts 7 .i r5 .I istration has advised me that they; Aviation Center, Fort Rack' r. 7:30 pjn. LAST SUNDAY OF TilE Rev John O'Neil, Pastor CHURCH
pf sedition committed in foreign .6Although have recommended to the House Ala., late in June. # MONTH Sunday Services: Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor
lands. I voted for this Wilcox FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 7:30 A.M. Communion 10:00 A.M. School .. 2nd 4th
measure. and Senate Committees on Coy During the course received Holy Sunday ; Sunday Mass ...... ,
2. I voted for a bill that was ernment Operations that Benjamin instruction in the maintenance CHURCH 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshir I Sunday ..._... 7:30 a.m.
overwhelmingly! passed by the Lee Field, Green Cove Springs, of single-engine fixed-} Rer. Jehn Dozier, Pastor and Sermon 6:30: p.m. ,.......-._...-. B.T.U. 'I Sunday Mass .___..?-?- 1st, 3rd
il use, which would specify standards Florida (which is the Naval Base! ;) wing aircraft. 8:30 A.M 11:15 A.M. Church School 7:00 P. t. Men's Prayer Service 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.ra.
for safety belts in automo be sold to the City of Green Cove Wilcox entered the ArmyDecember in Worship Services11:00; : A. M. I 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship i Monday, Young People 7 p.m. ;

.tive vehicles. Springs for 750000. The former I 1962 and completed Sunday School 0:45 A.M. Churchmen Tuesday: J Daily --..-....._-.......- 8am.
3. My bill to extend for two additional Naval Base consists of 5,780 acrej, t basic training at Fort Jackson, Youth Meetings _. 6:00 P.M. # 7:00 p.m. ___. VisitationFIRST Saturday........... Convent Chapel I
years the privilege of of land and 274 structures. S. C.lIe, I I' CHURCH OK GOD OF f! & 5:30: Communion in Convent
!leasing tobacco acreage allotments 2. New Post Offices have been is a 1957 graduate of Fer ST., PETER'S EPISCOPAL I'ROPllECY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:30 P.M. r.._ Young People'l \
k passed the House. Since it dedicated at Bronson, in Levy nandina Beach High SchoolCouncil CHURCH I I Rev. II. C. Drury, Pastor Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor Meeting. 1
has already been passed by the County, and Lake Butler, in Un-' The Rev. James I). Ellisor, Rector 10.00 a.m. __ Sunday School Worship Services: 8:30 A.M. *

Senate, it is now cleared for I Jion County, during the past sev 7:30 A.M. Holy communion Training Union ... .., 7:00 p.m. 11:00 PINE GROVE BAPTIST
presidential act-on. Last year eral days. I'm so sorry that official Florida 10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. 8:00: A.M'I CHURCH
acreage allotments were leased business here in Washington 11:15 A.M. Church School Wed. Night Prayer Sunday School 9:45: A.M. I Ref, A. Z. Knight, Pastor

from 20,347 farms to 17,148 : made it impossible for me to be 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young Meeting _.,-. ,. ?.?....... 8 p.m. Training Union .-..._.. 6:45 PJI'i Sunday School ......._.._ 9:45: a.m. !
farms. j i this bill is not of rational at the Dedication Ceremonies Reports, ChurchmenThis Wednesday: Prayer Service, Wednesday Morning Worship ..__.. 11 a.m !
4. My bill to extend for two ,,I i I importance, there are many Congratulations to these two ( is the schedule of every 7:30: P.M. 11:00 ajn. ___..... Morning- Service '
yetra the privilege of planting hundreds of our farmers who communities for this evidence of By Benjamin II. Oehlert, Jr. Sunday with the exception of the I 7:30 Evangelistic Service ,
peanuts for boiling without com have taken advantage of this legislation I I their progress! President, Minute Maid Com- last Sunday of the month) ST. PAUL'S LUTHERANCHURCH MEMORIAL METHODIST p.m. W.M.B. '
ing under the provisions of acre- 'I during the past several 'I 3. 'I have been notified that the panyOrlando & ft I CHURCH 7:30 Wednesday V.LB. Young ;
I ay allotments was passed by the I years, and at the present time it I Aero Corporation of Lake City Florida CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Amelia City Near Intersection Nelson 1'. Moer, Pastor I p.rn. I

House by a voice vote. Since the is estimated that about 3,000 has received a $1.5 million contract Florida's famed sunshine Bailey Road AU 9:45: a.m., .,,....._.... Sunday School 7:45 People__.. Meeting
Senate has passed similar bill, of for boiling J. C. BYRD, PASTOR A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor Prayer
a acres peanuts pur- I from the Navy Department for 11:00: .m. Morning Worship : )
brings not the tan
it now goes to the President foihii poses are planted chiefly in five the overhaul of R5D Aircraft. only so Sunday School ...._..._._ 10 A.M. goo a.m. Morning Service 6:15: MYF Supper & Pro. i I '*
sought by tourists, but it also p.m. OP CHRIST
Morning Worship ...... ... 11 A.M. SchoolCIIURCII CHURCH
signature Southern States. | 4. The Veterans Administration ? 9:00 a.m. Sunday grams !'
brings he green which typifies: South 14th Street
___- --- -- has released, a picture of its the fields and groves of Florida Evening Service L7:30 P.M. & fc '* 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship i I Kenneth L Jones, Minister

planned facility to be constructed agriculture our state's leading + OF GOD it Sunday: Bible Study..10:00: a.m.
Savi on Din red-hotfavonte with best resale value opposite the J. Hillis Miller income prodncer. of our customers to synthetics Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. FIVE POINTS BAPTIST Morning Worship .... 11:00: a.m.
Health Center at the University Florida's farmers and growers} I age and to competitive, non-cit-i I R ''of Florida. The V. A. will ask generate some $3 billion in sales ;I rus juices no matter what we do. i I Phone 261-3807 J.,W. Keen, Pastor Tuesday: Singing Practice .... 7:30
for construction bids on the 500- School 9:45 Sunday School.
to the state's welfare, according So we must be sure to guard I 10:00 a.m. Sunday a.m. I p.m.
i bed hospital this: fall, with com- to recent Florida Department of against creating: false and unreal- : 11:00: a.m. Morning Service 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship ((Held at various members homes)
I pletion scheduled for mid-1965. Agriculure estimates. And of istic pricing which will Y j' E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. __.._, Training Union Wednesday: Mid-Week Bible
i I The cost of the building will be this $3 billion in sales, Florida's' alienate our valuable permanently core I t:30 p.iu. ..... *-. Evening Service i.,':3\ p.m. Evening Worship I Study...... ..............,. 7:30 p.m.
1111 iii I I PP PI11 1 approximately $11 million. citrus: industry accounts for approximately of families against: Florida or- i Prayer meeting Wednesday t Vednesday, prayer service, 7:30( I Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m.
: It is interesting to point out ) 25 percent more concentrate. 7:30 p.m. p.m. (,Held at various members homes)
I that Florida, with a veterans pop- than; $700 million.In ange I -.---- ---- ------ -- \:
Further it is imperative that ;
ulaion now approximately 700,-, Florida today, with its rapidly ,
000, has just about the same accelerating economic: and we encourage both short-range
number of beds that it had when technological ; it seems and long-range advertising and
; progress
merchandising efforts by all segments .
the veterans population was a incongruous to discuss such un-
of its citrus industry.An .
third of that amount. Our aver- pleasantries as the difficultie
age of hospital beds for veteransis facing the state's citrus industryas industry which curtails its
far below the national aver" a result of last December's adverse advertising' efforts when a sel
[, age. This facility at the Univer- weather. lers' market exists in both shortsighted -
sity of Florida, with the additions Nevertheless, when freezing; } and foolhardy. And industry .
to the Lake City Hospital, weather clutched the heart of leaders who relax in the cozy :
i and I the new facility at Coral the citrus belt, the future of the conviction that Mother Nature :
0 j I Gables, will represent a tremendous industry was changed overnight.An will destroy every threatened : .
step forward in giving Florida abundant crop of some 120 over-supply+ situation are equally '" .
TILL TIME I parity with the remainder of million boxes of oranges, representing foolish. 'I Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Chectf'Your. Wheel
MISSiON tHE PLAN RIGHT the nation in the number of hos- nearly three-fourths of The future of Florida's most Will Bring Peak Perform- Now! Your Life May De- Alignment and Balance.

TM ,63 Pay top-dol\&f\ for HOWL pital beds for veterans. our total citrus crop, was reducedin prominent agricultural citizen -I ance Back To Your Mopend On The Prompt etc You'll Dri :More Safely!
aU .
out The for Internat'onal be assured +
Clean trade InalmodeleI 5. Agency a few short hours to a critically citrus can only by I I tor. tion of Your Brakes. W
doe is ofGaptura f I Development has announced inadequate supply of less than the progressive and harmonious : -- ------
I'mlny used GIve but that: bleached sulphite woodpulp 75 million boxes. actions of its leaders as they I
yea" II produced at our Rayonier plantin Another freeze aftermath ,:. chart the citrus industry course i
earl II pOlilblelSWING Fernandina Beach has been death or severe damage to some+ ahead.+ I COMPLETE' ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE{ CARS

I sold overseas in an $80,000 foreign subnormal ; .
million trees
14 -- -- ---- -- -- -- -
aid financed order. This "Nothing keeps a family together I
I harvests for the next four;
INTO ACTION NOW-YOUR PRESENT CARSVALUE \\oodpulp will to india. much owning just
go or five years. Many veteran tit ; as as ;:
DROPS MORE EVERY DAY YOU! WAIT CAPTIVE NATIONS WEEK rusmen agree that it will be atj f fleast one car." Dwain A. Bass, ' Harrell's Auto Service
The third week of July has* five years before we again field (Pa.) Penn Valley lIat-1 i' ,
customarily; been commemorated harvest 100 million boxes of oranges 1
as Captice Nations Week. I joined in a single season. a moon \
in observing this event with heralds, affects automobiles?" Virginia'
This current shortage
J FORD DEALER SINCE 1910 others of my colleagues by calling the approach of a critical era inj! Gaskkill, Pennsburg (Pa.) Towns 261.4117 8TH AND JASMINE STREETS

attention in remarks on the the industry. Growers and processors and Country. .. .
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fI, ,,. --- -- must begin now to pta-j -- -- ----- -- -- --

I i: together what our course of action

I\ when will we be again in the harvest years 120 ahead million When climbing counts, dines! It's the South's most popular family of

and more boxes of or gasolines-Crown Extra, Crown, Economy Crown
anges. STANDARD' STANDS OUTeach famous for long-running mileage, de-
Although the shortage ef product performance, top power at i its price.
in today's market will accomplish Is your engine talking back-with wasteful Whatever your car needs, there's' a Sfancfard, ,
an obvious "boom" in the knock, needless stop-and-stall? Make it pur-r-r gasoline that's just right. So stop at the Stand.

pricing structure, citrus industry with power! Fill up with the fuels custom-made ard sign, where we take better care of your car.

., leaders time-honored must law never of sell price short and the de. for go-go-go Dixie driving-today's Standard gas- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (K KENTUCKY)

mand. Currently, it is being driven 4
home sharply to every citrus processor
that at today's prices consumers } I '
won't purchase frozen orange '

juice in the same quantities .
as they did at pre-freeze pricing

LOU N G E levels. .
,4. constructive+This can leave action little is doubt extremely that ,

desirable to assure a favorable
.,... A Florida citrus image in the pub r
ATLANTIC AVENUE AT THE BEACH lic eye despite short supplies and
high prices. This must be promptly -
"" '' i" t tt initiated that increased
ft' < ; so
A : J5 titfc M-J \Willi i consumption can be assured when

Tt' ,/ \st w ry tA'a orange concentrate supplies gainare
a plentiful.
1 i i s competitive w4YM 1s.1r'
)} F a f, f al Non-Florida-made
products are not marking time.
have mounted a vigorous .
They : w
) 1 t f k j1 merchandising offensive designed ii ,
u. Yr
to capture our price-disenchanted
I customers and to hold them even

1 after our recovery.
cwt ; We will lose a certain percent-

floor to the tragic plight of those
I Iti nations behind the Iron Curtain, .
I and I emphasized that the Soviet
I Union is holding these nations
I l in bondage despite Soviet Union u
I claims of being opposed to slav R T


Secretary McNamara has estimated "
that $1 billion will be saved '
1 t r in the Defense Department .inFiscal .
Year 1963 through application .,!. &j; : .
't. a r 4 a ct of ,better principles of
.y management, and that, by Fiscal
Year 1967 the savings will be :
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at the.rate of over $4 billion aDnually. -- : 4 il.


1. As. Chairman of the Family
Farms Subcommittee, I have j

Tilc concluded: hearings on the problems 'I
of the Family Farms for $ ,
of Agriculture st.,
the present. Secretary
Freeman was our lastwitness y ,
I ',DANCE TO THE and we hope within thenext f N
liTHE I MEGATONS" several months to prepare
MELLOW MUSIC OFNORTHEAST an up-to-date report on the ,Ma i Iit xn
us of the Family Farms in Aerica. '
2. The House Committee'OR

Agriculture has postponed indefinitely .,
: FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT consideration of a bQlcalling .
: : for a National acreage:
j allotment program for potatoes. 1
: 9:00: P.M. 'TIL This matter is of great interest
.,, i, to the potato growers in our District
whose operations are now
. : Beautifully Redecorated In A Hawaiian Decor concentrated in the St Johns, H. F
STONE JR. Fernandina Fia.
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Xews-Leader, Fernandina. Beach, Florid 'Thursday, July 25, ..1963 ,Page Seven,!

LAUNDRY COOPER'S [Little League AI I -Stars Women's Redbirds Wi. '1 i l ,'. o .

Softball League Hurls No-Hitter I iwcrFr

.}! Coin Operated In District SemiFinals I and Harclee'g Meyers defeated handed Moore Moore's, 5-2 a !I As Bery!, Rice = V t

Mrs. Doris [
Howardf 5-4 .loss in games played last : ;Beryl Rice hurled a tio-hit, no- l '
I Manager .Monday night This week Mey run ball for, the "Redbirus I' '
I ers defeated :bloater 7-4, then they downed the Pirates, I
: 14th & Beech Ste scored a 4-2 win over Hardee I as 40'1'
Rice struck out 10 and walked. USE CARE WHEN

'L-- Solomon And Rowe Are Standouts in the -nightcap. i in posting the:victory BURNIN&.FORESTFIRESGROW
n In Hardees win '
I - -- over Moores I Johnny Weisner did the pitching I
.. Deasy Mattox ,and Ann Herring- '
,; for the Pirates and did not ON TREES!

SostforWmSMOKE 'I ;Tie ]ferna.ndhia! Beach' Little i i was called in for relief to put Steve Solomon blasted one over I .Steve Solomon led Fernandinaat ton 2 hits were apiece the "'dh hitting Audrey stars Mullis with, I allow'9 but and four walking hits four;while. strikingout :

League All-Stars advanced into :, out the Forest Mew uprising. the fence for a home run to account i the plate with a home run Jeanette Henderson, Betty Bee-i -- -
the semi-final round of the District Richard Williams was the lead-
: < 'tattle League Tournament- ,I Fernandina scored a run in for the final two runs for I und' single while Stewart Pikula : the ton hitting.MaryReynolds and Iou. 'Davis sharing in II ing hitter for the ..game'wth: 2

with a 4-2 victory over Forest I[ the third inning to tike a lead the local lads. had two :hits. Terry Rowe, Fletcher hits while Ricky Olirer-and Beryl I.

"View Wednesday night, at the ', when Mike Sapp walked and_ ,I i Forest View scored their only I I Shurley, and Mike Sapp with 2 hits, with Rhonda led Mooies Guest, : Rice came through with: a hit :

Naval Air Station Little League ,'i Terry flowe end ,Stewart\ TikuU): ; runs in the fifth: inning Mhen; I'shared 'in the Fernandina seven- I Sara Franklin, P. Scarboro an-1 apiece for the winners. ; I. _
lJi co'El11111lels I Field. j.Ii[ singled to drive in the ryn. :Tom Brinkley singled and Bud : hit attack. I. Mullis getting hits.J. Pirates -> 000 000 0 0 0 4 I
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Steve .Solomon started the and belted Redbirds 201 010 i: 4 4
I on Mike Doughs\ walked 4yBarr one over the Fernandina' 001 120 4 7
1 Gass and L, Myers led Mey Weisner and Gil.ko: Beryl Rice
mound for the Fernandina Beach i Mike Sapp doubled to wore tIm fence for a home run. for tht:: Forest View = 000 020 -r 2 5 ;

team but ran into trouble in the I, second run in the fourth mning, i, onto .runs of the game 'for For '' Soloman, P oweand Pikula; with ers to 2 hits;the 5-4 apiece win with over A. Knight Moores, I and Barry Rice.Young's I

j second inning and ,Terry Rowe ''then Lee Godwin ,walked anj est McCawley, Davis and "Kidd.
C. and M. Tiner -
View.'I Knight sharing .
4 I !
o. .' 1!! in the htting.Sara : Defeats I

Fcr heavy service: cmywhert -'In- .. .. I I Franklin led Moores with
Metis 1963 little e e'
doors and out-there's nothing' > 'lite 1 League 2 hits with. Rhonda Guest, Linda I Chem-Cell 10-0

*jco"Otte-coat Magic Slcss Emmet l : 'I Sipmon, Marsha Hamilton, I.

The, irs original completely sparkling washable highilflM..'q finish 1ckdrying. i :1 Sports Sll.nfs"; Softball leagueKACBOX All-Stars Take getting Mums[ Sue hits. Silva. and ![.. King !, Bob Stover tossed a one-hitter! I 6 V':;

handed Chem Cell'
as Young's a.
A. Knight and C. Knight l'd.
...easy to apply 20 trlHiant PLANT I 1st Game amstrong
Tourney Meyers to a 7-4 win over Moores i 10-10 Softball 'loss. Stover Struck :
colors and white. BY CURT KAC set the: .
-GO DON Lyons, pitcher, Monday night with Gass;; Elea- out six posting the win. I'
Where yea want a lively raw,J las ttr ,f Box Plant team down with four Lee nor Flint, Fullwood, Linda Evans Bryant: Tucker led the 15-hit I VINYLFLOORS I
Godwin righthander
I ace
finish: woodwork, Kitchens cr&tb in' hits to upset the favored Box I attack Joe Suriano with four "
lee Godwin .almost pitched Water Patrol has been action for the Fernandina Beach Little I! and Minshew getting hits. on
rooms select durable "luco" Sfitia t-himself a perfect ball game for again ns five men wefe rescued I Plant, 43. 'League All-Stars, smoked a ont Rhonda Guest,I Sara' Franklin'I base hits with Bill Cox, Tommy I

Sheen Enamel.! the Fernandfna Beach Little League 1 last woek. Charles .Bannett reported Back-to-back home runs by hitter at Cocoa North Little League and Linda Sigmon collected two Jones, Arthur Renshaw and Stov m :

Nassau AH- tars when .they won a cry of help -to Johnny Bodjne I Sheppard and ILabigang' provedto i team as Fernandina won 3-0. hits apiece to lead Moores at the I II er getting 2 hits .apiece. One of A vinyl floor to .
Building & Coeoa A'otth of the Sheriff's and be the big blasts for the KAC Jones' hits was a triple. JimmyHorn !
over on Monday Department Godwin struck out 12'and did not I plate with Mary Reynolds M. meet taste
Supply Co. i night. Godwin faced only 19 men with the help of Henry Mott, the victory in the-contest. walk a single Cocoa batter. He I Hamilton,! Glover and King get Wayne Dotson and' Nat every .

I, in 'the six-nning contest, struck .i group rescued the men off Sey I, Lyons and Holten hooked up was in such complete charge of ting hits.. 'Smith shared in the Young 0 hit and budget '.
S. 8th. Phone 2613648UWORTQONS> out 12, walked none and the bat- mour's Point. Johnny Curry, Wade I in a pitcher's duel as Molten allowed the game that no Cocoa hitter I I Jernigan ,belted out three hits ting.

!:. -_ I tar that I."ot" the> enl/ hit off Godwin Davidson, Dennis Curry, Clyde only five hits and struck went farther than first base during with Gass getting two to lead Bryson was the only Chem-Cell
I didn't gt past first base. lie 'II Haddock. and George Dukes were out four while Lyons struck out the game. ''Godwin faced only Meyers ta 4-2 win over Har player able] to get a hit off StOVe I Porter & Lovequisf

had his fast 'ball hopping along the ones ,-happy to see the rescu 10 Box men. 19 Cocoa batters.He I dees. A. Knight, Gill, Flint and i er's pitching.
: flvith very. good contiol. i..ers a ijfr Bull, Hesters and Lyons collected Linda Evans shared in the hit Chem-Cell 000 000 0 1 Color Center
_jrO.C UNO h.t WILUAJUi I hits along with Sheppard had a worthy mound opponent
I I Youngs 300 151 10 15
'* '* ft ring Slh St. At Five Points
and Labigang for KAC vhile Hoi- in lefty Bill! Spillman who I Suriano and Lee Stover and
1y The first three )games played in I I The -Minor 'L agt1e'' wilt have 1, ten led the Box Plant with two struck out 9 Fernandina batters I I.r Taunce Smith and M. Thrash Tucker., ; Phone Yfil-( OfiN(
collected'two hits lead Har
( the opening round of the Lithe their All-Star game next Wednesday hits, ;including a triple Lovely valked .5 and allowed four base to l
I !! dees at. the plate with June Ro
League Tournament ended with 'afternoon at five o'clockat I connected with a double with hits. Four costly Cocoa errors did ;
The the'Little league Ball Park. land, Audrey Mullis, Jeanette I '
winnings by shutouts scores ; + Braddock getting the other hit not help his 'mound ;performance.1 I III
and The will mark the end of Henderson, Betty Becton and SEE THE
were, 1-0, 4-0 30. game
for the losers. Fernandina scored a run in the 1 I
hits for
Annis Moore getting
i the Minor Loagu for
pvogram Score by innings First inning without getting a hit I
The second half title of the :' the summer and you fans will seea i KAC 002 101 0 4 5 I when Fletcher Shurley was safe I II the losers. VEGA 21
number of who wiU! STANDINGSHardees
fienior'league this week youngboys I .
was won Box Plant 012 000 0 34 at first on an error by the Cocoa I
.. .'- by Charlie Tomlinson's Falcons be playing HUe i League baU Lyons and Tanner; Halter and secondsacker. Steve Solomon was I I 8 4

I Congratulations are in order to :I next year. I Reynolds safe when he tapped to short, Moores 5 6 SPORT FiSUAN 1

\ L the Falcons jvho last Year weren't # PORTER'S-R0.1D TEAM and Shurley eras: tossed out at Meyers 5 8 -

quite !so potent. The Falcons will They tell me a certain memberof Porter's and DCRP locked, up second. Solqmon moved to secondon AT .

{ I now meet Tom Michael's Stags the Sheriff's Water Patrol invited in a scoring duel with Porter's a wild pitch, went to third on MORE SPORTS

I >Monday niaht.at the City Ball the Sheriff 'out for lunch, winning the game, 17-11,. with a passed ball ,and scored when :
j Park for the over-all 19G3 SeniorLeague I but at the conclusion the Sheriff each team getting 10 hits. Stewart Pikula was safe .on an SPORTSMAN'S WHARF .

-= ,. Championship.. TheStags had to payxfor his meal. This was Mullis, Thomas, Freeman and error. FOOT .
r won the first half title. reported to another ON PAGE 8 OP ATLANTIC AVENUETRIPLE .
I me by member << Knight came through with 2 hits Tommy Skipper came through j '

'Carl.to try'lt out?" i .* of the Water Patrol. apiece to lead Porter's in hitting with the first hit of the ball -- -- .
A real "outstanding Drag Race' ir6 ft with Knight belting a home run. fame in the second inning when I
.. program will be held on Sanday, bars Skipper reports from Nas- Freeman and 'Simmons came ic alit blooper into right field,
THE P LACE .11 at the local airport.I sauvllle that and croaker .. Hlckox and loa
August: ; sheephead I through -with triples but, Spillman struck out the next
t I Outstanding cars from all over are the main catches along Bill yard had one "hit each for' three hitters to retire the 'side.

a 1 the >xaouth willbe 'entered with 'with yellowtail.. H. Taylor and I the winners. Mike Sapp singled and Tommy '' .. Do Your Brakes
FLORIDA'S OLDEST some outstanding local talent. i i I mother from Hilliard had.a nice I Blackwood and George had 2 Skipper singled in the fourth to '

AND MOST HISTORIC i Big prices .are at stake whch, ,, catch; of sheephead and croaker !, hits each to lead DCRP in hitting offer a scoring threat, but Terry Grab? Squeal?
Favorite Mcetinc Ne !o tht17ATUN7IC I should make it an interesting af- last week. Mr. and Dirs..S.; A. whiM Brown smashed out a triple. Rowe's fly tall to right field I ,

ternoon of racing' Freeman and Ruth Johns caught Purdy, Hammond, Jess and La nded the inning without a score. Pull to Left or Right_ t? .
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M 1NANOWA. ,1.. of! 9 sheephead: and a few drum. I Blanc shared inthe losers "hit- Two walks and singles by .

,,I ,, { ,Th-0....+Nassau.e__County__Sheriff's. --Boat--- catches- -have--been- --good. with-- .I tinge Rowe and Shurley accounted for PLAY" f I'M' 5l THIS
Score by innings:
the final fwd runs in the top of
., I DCRP 302 132 -11-1:) the sixth. I tr
I 17
627 200 10
t Porters Charles Floyd, Cocoa leftfield-
I I George, Brown and Jess; Mul- er, got the only hit off Godwin !

., ,.. ... :... | lis, Thornton and Wright. when he singled I in the third, bu I tJSERVICE: ,
Godwin struck out the next three :"
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...Mr 9 Bud Holt of the "FernandinsOcean Tommy Ski per had two singles i ito | 'j,' ..s.:
Pier says fishing has been ; lead Fernandina hitters \\hilej I ;: 'oth Front 5'. ti.,
off recently at the Pier becauseof '
: s ,.':,. the Southwest wind although Mike Sapp, Terry Rowe and Fletcher r. wWheel'ijt'\ ,
i .. twt Shurley came through with
1 ,: ., sheephead nave been biting gook ,
with seven and Height !Bounders being singles.. .

r t ,. : caught. He says this is normal: Fernandina BOX"SCORE: ab r h AII395 0

i y 1 ': for the time of year, but .as soon Rowe, rf 401 '
l I as the nand switches, fishing will i
# Shurley, 2b 401'Solomon Any
I ai ': be tops again. .
i i : '* '* 3b 410 American z '
p Pikula, 400 t') ,
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., I Potts reports good fishing. Bob Harris, If 100 i; Car,... .4.x Includes

., : .. .,... I Rowland and Cliff Evans caught Godwin, p ., 300 \ '' ti new
25 bream; Jim Denmark and cf 200 Just Say "Charge it" .*_ (
k e .r: Woodrow Houston caught: 20; welphts
Q ., r Sapp, Ib 211 Take months to pay
Dewey Sapp and Skip
A Skipper, ss
and 2 catfish .
20 Larry
caught ;
Totals { .$ 26 3 I
I Gray catight 20; Bill Thompson CocoaSmith t
f fi b landed 2 black: bas weighing over

,, r# '? QO S 0 +' .; .., ,J, .,mi 3 pounds each. .Mr. Beck brought rf .300 !
i K t r Williams, 2b 200 ,
Z in 29 bream. Dallas Lloyd, b1 ii- d
,. Nichob, ef 200 ,
Y7S r liam McCoy and Freddie' Lloyd 200 I: :r Align t '- us ra e ;
v I landed 75 mixed bream; Steve and Spillman, p ,

$ .. ,, Joe Spence caught 15 mixed 'Harman Kowalski,,ss c 200 200 '' .;Front End.. / an a ac ton
t ; bream; Ira Lee and Frank Wat .
1 If 2 0 1Everett ,
Floyd, .
'W :x,< I ers brought in 16 mixed and J. ee earin si
T s :,;Y: T. and Ethel Beck caught 20 Ib : 200 i
Bettencourt, 3b
arkn:ood .I I mixed bream.
St aU On lla Totals 19 0 l' ..1.,.
o n ,S I Potts would like to remind you I : .
I aN'cr Fernandina 100 002 3 4 0
.r, Cit de Tra fishermen of the new laws con- 51 1
< nsmtc ,on <,a I Cocoa-North 000 000 0 1 >:; Plus
cerning fishermen. All boats must i
Radio And, Ilea ? S LOB Fernandina 9; Cocoa ; Seals
let al E : have cushions, paddles and anchors -1. .Replacement / ,,
I and boats out after dark: if needed y
I .parts ,
ONLY $] 4951. S AP 1P d I must have running lights. .!e and torsion bar; f r p,,, "
A '* 0{: '
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the select "
Jlice joined
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: pitchers last week when he hurled .

19S9 { i a n -hit, norun'game against Score With Stags

,. tzt the Pirates. Rice struck out 10 in

., lJOo dA C,,E 1l01.E'" I i I posting the*victory.* For 12-8 VictoryThe ;; $tO"' NEW TREADS

ON 0 s Roy Jackson and his 'brother, \ APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

L t .el'dr"e' Newell Jackson, 'who i is visiting Falcons and Stags staged ; x \
Roy from Clyde, North Carolina, a typical nip and tuck baseball It'

$]JS J- 1f went fishing near Marsh Island tussle with the Falcons scoringthe Narrow or Wide Design, -

I Wednesday -morning and brought victory,12-8. Tubeless or Tube-t e
E J yp for
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SPECI L in 14 nice' red bass and 'troutThe 'The Stags took a lead only to : :; ,
\: ..... 4 two fishermen launched'I see the Falcons knot the score .
\. K..t.t a 1958 .Chen'Olet I their boat at' Po Iter's .Fish Camp. then go ahead, M, but the Stags ;, /.Ii"-1"o4l" identified by MtdilUon and shop mark, art

1959 CHEVROLETower ; MR 2 Door, Power Roy said ;he wanted to show Newell battled back to tie the score at GUARANTEED
I how they catch fish at Fer 8-8 to set the sage for a 4-run I 1.Ai1n*( defect la workmanship uA raiteiUIi duriflf, lift of tread. 4949
) Glide I Afiinst normal load heard tewert npi table ptnctamt cnrautt*
.t Door Se an,1 nandina so he could send more uprising by the Falcons. !11 Ured IQ tv cry dt r ptssoifcr> ar JIM far 12 mac'Ju.RfpUcnorat .
I North Carolina people to oui 'Granville Burgess was the hitting prorated on tread .wr ud Uied oa lit p,tort tartar ..
Radio And Healer fair city. star for the Falcons with !I at ruse of Adjustment
Plus tax end 4 trade-in tires
h '* '* 3 base hits with Bobby Johnson't ij Y:

-George Tyson has just returned getting 2. Mike Pikula and Charles ,: .
CHECK 1fimton
Trans"B from a trip into the Carolinasand Bums shared in the Falcon FREE CAR SAFETY

Virginia and reports that hp hitting. 11.:

stopped off to see the Ralph I Benny Alvarez was the best I:
Sowe's in Wilson, N. C. He 'missed Stag hitter with 2 hits with Larry !

: Ralph, who was off managingan I. Combs smashing a triple.!

All-Star team in the Carolina Steve Carver Hank Bailey Billy :

..- League. Ralph, who jnan-, Miller and Bobby 'Thornton hit. BEACH SUPPIYiPhone ;
1 ages .the Wilson entry in that safely for the .Stags. I I Ii'

Woodward Motor Company I league has made a 'host of Score by innings I i
I friends here during
spring Stags202 040 87 i : '!
tth Sear with ihe Minnesota Falcons 026 Olx 12 7 :, '
Twins farm-dobs ffis Johnson 118 Atlantic 261-4482 : 1
team Bafley, ililler and ; "B. venue
is currently leading its division Johnson, D. Johnson, Burgessand t

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I Ease j'ighf,': --.News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida.'Thursday, July,25,. 1963 ,if I j,
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Rediegs Capture .MattsonGedeonTeam Golf Association rrr j';',>,1: I

'63 Little League Is Winner Names Teams For :, I

ChampionshipLee In Mixed'2.BallThe Best Ball TourneyCecil p t tI(

Godwin, fire balling right team of Lynda Mattson, Loptien, tourney chair- '.1
hander for the KAC Redlegs, daughter of head golf pro Ed man of the Fernandina Beach I
fired a one-hitter for the Rediegs Mattson, and young Bob Gedeon Men's Golf Association, announced I
I as they downed the Chem-Cell emerged as winners in Sunday's today that competitionhas I'J h
tubs, 4-0, in the playoff game for mixed two-ball competition at been scheduled for Saturday, _
f .thaJ.aS3 Little League Champ the Fernandina Beach Golf August 10. I
.ionship. Godwin walked only one Course with a net 70. Teams have been named and I t
jnan, struck out seven and did The activity was sponsored by the tourney will be run the sameas .
not allow the hit until the final I the Fernandina Beach Golf Association the highly popular' tourneyon
inning when leadoff man, Mike with the of June 0 5 ( 'ri
cooperation 15, which 64
I saw players ..
Ash ;"Cub firstbaseman, singled. I the Women's Golf Association. engaged in the competition.Each .I D STO A uVri VItwd ALL SIZES I I 5 to 20' LBS, \

Steve Solomon started on the In second place was the team team will have a captain .. -
'mound for the Cubs and was the I of Nancy Herring and Sam Mer- who will play from scratch. x Vine Ripened CaliforniaCANTALOUPE,
,YKtUJl ,of Poor fielding support I row with a net 71 and third went Three other golfers will makeup GRADE
.u.wlt..mates committed six errors to and Ervin Williams who
I Faye the foursome with each receiving -
hi the downfall of the Cubs. Solo-
..roon.allowed only four hits and I posted a net 72. a handicap. I QUICK FROZEN -
Fourteen teams engaged in The "A" player will receive w
three runs, walked only 2 and
struck out five before yieldingthe the competition. strokes on holes 2, 5, 8 and 11. -
pitching duties to Max Hord.llord Following the completion cf "B" players will get their JUMBO $ Breasted LB.
did not allow a hit, walked the play in the mixed two-ball strokes on holes 1, 3, 7, 10, 15 \,
2, struck out one and had one run event a hole-in-one tourney was and 18."C" S SIZES .."
charged against him. staged on the ninth hole. players' strokes will come FOR .. -
"The'"Rediegs scored a run in Bob Gedeon was the overall on holes 4, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 16 I TURKEY: .5.1.
the second when Mike Sapp was o winner with a shot that ended and 17.Entry. !
Vafe"on an error, Jimmy Avery I up 5 feet 3 inches from the cup fee is $1.00 and prizes I QUARTERS
walked and Ricky Jones singled. and Beth Beach was closest for will be awarded to winning I All White Meat 1
the ladies with 9 feet and 9 in III
Phil Alday singled and Lee God- teams. :
win_doubled to account for a run i ches. The teams, made up of mem- : ?. BREAsT'QTRS,
in the third for the winners. Two bers of the Golf Association, are I tl
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'errors and a hit batsman gave : as follows: I All .
|the Rediegs their final run in the Stags Win 5-4 Bob Askins, Captain; Ben LEG QTRS! ... ..
fifth. I Shave, Ham Hamilton, Tom Til-! 1
| Lee Godwin with a single and : Over Redbirds For : Y
:double led the Redlegs at thiplalo ,I man.Dr.. George Barker, Captain; > LB39 I '
with Jones and Alday git- Bill Childs, Ace Reynolds, Jeff LB : (
*tiny singles for the Rediegs. Chance At Title Bowers. I
Mike Ashe got the only Cub hit.I Red Bean, Captain; Dick Ben- .I
BOX SCORE I The Stags eked past the Redbirds nett, Arthur Renshaw, Bill Rod- :: '., ..._". .,:."\ :'.. '.Y L), I
,Chein.Cell Cub: ab r II j' 5.4, in the final game of effer.
McDonald, U 3 0 0Gass the Senior League season, giving Ray Captain; "
e 2 0 0 I the Falcons the second-half title Phinney Lester Durham, Walter i
'Shurley, as 2 0 0 and the chance to meet the Stags Preston. : Harn..6i499I 5t ea k LB. 88' 'ft:'
:Solomon, '-3b 2 0 0 in the playoff game next Monday Bob Gedeon, Captain; Archie .
.l'e3cock cf 2 0 0 I night at the City Ball Park for Smith, Emerson Fizer, Bill liar-I 9
')lord, 3b-p 2 .0 0 I the Senior League ChampionshipJ. dee.Tom Olive, Liver Cheese or W-D EXTRA LEAN GROUND ''aIIi
:Ashe, jb 2 0 J P. Allen did the pitching for Lannon, Captain; Al nOr s 89.n--"
,Gill rf. 2 0 (6 j j'Sturges the Stags and struck out 9 Red- dine, Bill Miller, Harry Taylor. i, Fresh Tender Young Bologna 2PKGS.49? Beef. 5 IB.PKG. ] ",'
2b 1 0 (0) birds while walking 7. Beryl Rice Bill Melton, Captain; Andy; e
:Totals 18 0 1 did the pitching for the Redbirds Allan, Chuck Howard, Jerome I I
,RrdltJ:8Jong and struck out 9, walked 2 and Spence. I POLE BEANS COPELAND COUNTRY LINK &' GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN '
: > ..2b 4 0 1 was tagged for 8 base hits.A I Fred Osteen, Captain; D.. W. ''
Haddock, e 2 0 0) three-run third inning was Ringer, Jim Clark, Tom Dgby.j;; 59i Backs
'B. Godwin, 88 4 0 0 the big scoring for the Stags for John Scarboro, Captain; Gus Sausage t LB. AND NECKS
::1. Godwin, p 3 1 2 the evenng.: Lowenstein, John Gregory, Bill'Royal J SLBS.
.Alday, cf 3 0 1L1y,3b Bill Miller was the big hitter 50 EXTRA
:; 300Sapp I for the Stags with three base Joe Scarboro, Captain; Jesse 2 "
\ : ib 3 1 r. : blows with Benny Alvarez com- Tiner, E. V. Garcia Al Miller. 0 I Ham 1C69 ; ,
'D.-Key, rf 2 1 0 ing through with two, including Leighton Shave, Captain; JiM 6-oz. PKG. Whitiogai15
:'Ave'r. If 1 1 0 a triple. Ted Anderson, Bobby Webber, Don Brown, II. M. Ask- e J
Totals: 25 4 4 Thornton and Larry Combs hit ins. :' -- ... ,,
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'Cubs 000 00 0 1 ti safely for the Stags. Tom Shave, Captain; ; .... Good Thru July 27th
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.Ji Indian attack. There is the constant struggle perhaps for hours, Bailey, Bob Breslin, Warren .
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patient pulls: the shoulders up by resting them on the backs of 0 o
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Every muscular effort l is concentrated to the end of sup- Nussbaum. j { DOZ. SAVE 8$ EA. Limit 2 twin pocks with $5 order or more ,Iiw'
pling the bodily need and jet the air cannot get in or out rap- Harry Poole, Captain; Cecil' 1 __ '
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'Mark Bean getting hits for the! ooom'OJoLY.7m COOO THRU JULY 27TH
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I good shape. Good engine. Has rent 111 S. 5th St. tfc PUBLIC NOTICE 'NassauConervation Harrell also stated that with

: WANT AD RATES five 15-inch wheels and five,
THREE BEDROOM house Five INVITATION' FOR BIDS this information the planning
perfect 6 ply heavy duty mud
: .$5perword-i5mInlmurn tires. 40000. Call Hilliard 815- Points. Call 2615421. tfc Board FOR of AUTOMOBILEThe County Commissionersof News party will be able to gd"ahead

Cud ef Thanks, Resolution 3461. Nassau County Honda, as, Trustees and complete the planning phaseof
: and Similir Notice :McCRANIE APTS of the former City of fioolougne. the work. Planning has to be
ONE THREE-ROOM furnished offer for sale and Invite bids for the A Soil .Conservation Servict and cost estimates
: J3 word- |LOO mInimum TWO BEDROOM HOME, corner ; ;: following described Automobile: Freeman completed pre
per including
apartment. Private bath. UtilI. ; : '. : One Model 1963 Chevrolet 4 Door survey crew sented to the interestd parties before
lot chain link
I .Cal 261.3686 or 261.3687 fence garage. ties and washing machine fur- ; :, Sedan. liiscayne body Beige Color, Davidson Robert Sommers and design work can be ,started.

: or place ad at office 3402.$5500. 402 Cedar. Phone A15p 261 nished. $11.25 per week. For tlnlo' ; : :;:;tir; Two equipped Double with Barrell 409 H.P.Carburetors. Motor and Ronald Grade, last week completed Design work will consist'of!

: the preliminary including
2 511 Ash Street information Ph. 261.4642 W. I. : Serial No. 31269 A 126,939 Automo- survey channel and control structures.
McCranie. If Ph. :;:; : :: ;:::::;:.;: bile may be seen by contacting valley sections of Mills
ONE 1962 MODEL 40 HP Electric no answer JDJ ,
a.- ;: Nassau County, Jail Jernandina When designs are completed
.. 261.9035 tfc I Creek and tributaries. This is the
Long. Beach Florida.
start Johnson Motor will then be possible to begin
:::; ; :;:i:. ; C C i iII Sealed bids together with deposit of area designated as the "Mills
: ;
: with .3 hours it. Mr. Connell construction. This work will be
FOR SALE on BEACH APARTMENT, furnish _' _' 10 rt of bid payable by Cashier'scheck Creek Watershed."
.. 2615751. Ale ed. Year round rental must :;?{ i; to Board of County Commis. carried as long as time technical.
sioners Nassau County Florida,
II as Moray L Harrell, Work Unit
.. be locally employed,. $60 per :r}?.:fg trustees of the former City of Bou- help and monies permit.
PEARS FRESH PICKED daily, I o lcugne. conditioned on fulfillment of Conservationist for Nassau Coun.
I month. VS.
278 Fletcher. tfc ,
bushel. Weekends bid. shall be submitted to D. 0 Oxley '
Amelia $2.00 only. : Clerk. Board ty, stated that it was possible for CARD OF THANKS
County Commissioners
City. 7t COO Ft. deep 1 [! II
W. J. Lohman AlA Amelia
:itliil! Nassau County Florida not later than
the Soil Conservaion Service togo
: remodeled. two.story frame heartfelt thanks to all! ,who
City. tic apartments Unfurnished, tile 10:00 o'clock A.M August 14th 1963, I My ,
home. Shown by appointment at which time same will be considered. ahead with this survey since I extended help in my recent sor-
floors. Clean! Apply 321 South
Sale price shall be for Cash payable I
:_only. Ph. 2615382. tfc I MATCHED SET Diamond and 6th St. .' Ju25p upon acceptance of bid by County the Corps of Engineers has released row. For the beautiful service,

wedding band new. Priced tosell. Commissioners.The their authority this I and other kindness I am deeply
I3OAT. MOTOR and trailer Board reserves the right to on pro-
See Bertie at Florida reject any or all bids. grateful.
1962 model. Good buy con- Bank. tfc. downstairs apartment private Dated this 18th day of July 1963. (Signed) Anna W. {ra1L)|:
: tact Lynn Haddock 204 S. entrance. Ph. 2614645. tfc BOARD 0? COUNTY COMMIS PUBLIC NOTICELV

1961 HONDA Motor.Cycle A- '
1 condition. ,
KINGSHERUY HOME after 5 p.m. tic furnished jncluding TV ; ; : i: :! BY.FLORIDA.Jim Thomas chairman.ATTEST IDA. IN CHANCERY. 10< c: Discount.
)RAND NEW 3 bedroom Phone 2613118. tfc ii: ;: ;i:: : miiiiiiitIr.illtCopr !: [! : NO. 269LV "' /
brick oak floors. Just outside WILSON GOLF CLUBS and : :;;; ::::: ': D. 0. Oxley Clerk. RE: Adoption of
With This Advertisement
: LAF Se"' : ; BOYD
FURNISHED AP for rent. Ph. 2t 718, 25
: :
: city limits. Entire down pay- bag. two woods, 4 irons put- Minor..

.. mcnt only $350. Less to vets.. ter. Used four times, $55. 2614320. tfc YM LOOKING; FORA STORE FOR RENT THAT THE.STATE' 'NOTICE'OF !FLORIDATO APPEAR

Total monthly payment includ. Phone 2615352. tfc Unfurnished house for rent WOULD MAKE AN 'IDEAL LOCATION FOR A PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE : ROBERT'' HARRISON BOYD Chain Link Fence' ':
: in: insurance and taxes $G0. 1-. OF NAMES OF PERSONS R, D. No. I, P. 0 JUix 38

.1 : QUALITY HOMES by John J. Ph. 261-4GG3. tic REAL ESTATE OFFICE /' APPEARING ABANDONED TO BE PROPERTY OWNERS OF NEWPORT.You are, hereby. PENNSYLVANIA notified that a Pf *I 48" HighCompletely .. .

KINGSBERRY TRADE.IN I Eynon Construction Co., Jacksonville ONE THREE room furnished ...- Pursuant' to Section 13,of Chapter 717 titiod has been filed in the Circuit ,!
IMMEDIATE possession of three 7331343. FRAME house. Florida Statutes, entitled "Florida Disposition Court' for Nassau County. Honda, in ,
.. bedroom I of Unclaimed Property Act", Chancery1', by Phillip E\ Taylor joined ,|i Installed:" .:
masonry home with BLOCK BRICK. No money PUBLIC NOTICE notice is hereby given that the per by his' wife Peggy Joyce Taylor for
carport $250 down $58 per down on your lot. Ten and 12 TWO BEDROOM unfurnished SITUATION sons listed below appear to be the the doption of a minor child of whomit I
month. NOTICE TO BIDDERS owners of unclaimed personal or intangible is alleged you are 'the legal father |I
Recently redecorated In- .
year financing. Fully completed house. WANTEDMATURE Scaled bids will be received at the property presumed abandoned. and.<< you are ereby; commanded to 87e .
tenor. includes 2 inch wall, tank I office of the Amelia Island Mosquito 2-0367-0041< Jones Elizabeth Fernandina appear.in said Court on Thursday the
: & 6 & tank tile Control DIstrict of Nassau County Beach Fla.Information. 15th day of August, A. D., 1963 and
and pump'septc H. F. SAHLMAN .
Honda at 7 North 4th Street, }'er. concerning the amount of show cause if any why said petition '
lit BUY OF THE WEEK2TWO bath hardwood floors. Also I PHONE 261.3221 BUSINESS LADY desires nandina Beach, Florida, until 2:00 description of the Property and the should not be granted 'I I (Per Foot) :: ,:

BEDROOM HOME in nice home remodeling additions, position in or near Fer- 0Clock, P.M., Friday July 26. 1963 name and address of the holder may WITNESS my hand and seal of said!
: neighborhood oak TWO BEDROOM NICELY furnished nandina Beach. Has 22 for the following: be obtained by any persons possess. Court at Fernandina Beach, Florida. ,!
floors ccramic complete plumbing. Three to 7 years 10.000 Gallons Extra Grade Gaso tog an interest lIt the property by addressing this 10th day of July. A. D., 1963. 50 Mile Radius of' ". .
tile bath. Large'lot near years, bank rates. ORVILLE apartment. Electric experience in office work 18 line. & 30,000 Gallons No. 2 Fuel OiL an inquiry to Ray E. Green, (SEAL) -s- D. 0. OXLEY
school. office 10,000 Gallons of Extra Grade Ga o- State Comptroller as Administrator, D. 0 OXLEY, Clerk of the Cir
: House needs work such WAIILIN, rep., 540 North Flet. Kitchen Automatic Hot Water as manager. Neat ap-I Jacksonville
line, specifications are to meet State Abandoned Property Division. Capitol, cuit Court ." .
*. as painting. YOU do the work cher Fernandina Beach phone $50 Monthly. Lower South pearance. Capable of assuming Requirements for Extra Grade Gaso Tallahassee Florida lie sure to men 4t Mi 23. 8.1, 8 i ............
WE furnish the material and 2615027. tic Immediate occupancy. Halter responsibilities. Write Box 81D, line. Deliveries will be made by Tank tion account number, name and address .
you will have a nice home for '1631 S. Fletcher. Alp Wagon deliveries not to exceed 500 as published irt this notice. Unless Terminals And Gates
Gallons. of is presentedto
proof ownership ...... ,
$50 down, $52.50 month. ,BEAUTIFULLY KEPT three -- 30,000 Gallons No. 2 Fuel Oil. the holder by September 28, 1963 .".1
bedroom home near new SMALL FURNISHED cottage, PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE 1. All bids must exclude all Taxes. the property will be delivered to the "SEE C. B. i Extra "
'SbWNER electric kitchen. Lone Oaks. 2. All bids must state earliest Administrator. Thereafter, all further
MUST sacrifice large school. $450 down only $5i. a TO CREDITORS guaranteed delivery date. claims must be directed to the Ad.

beach house. Ocean side city I month. Phone 261-5066. tfc FLORIDA STATUTES 3. All bids must be marked on ministrator. 'Pete' INGRAM"FOR No Down Payment:
outside of sealed envelope "Did on I Ray E. Green
sewage, garage. Imn' diate ok IX TIlE COURT OF TilE COUNTY Gasoline & Fuel Oil Contracts and not i As Administrator ,

possession. MAKE US AN FOUR BEDROOM HOME, just MISCELLANEOUSDRESSMAKING IDA JUDGE LV NASSAU PROBATE.COUNTY. 1LOR.MIn 10, be opened until 2:00 O'Clock, P.M., I 2t 7-18. 25 Up To 36 3IonthsToFay: :
Jj)ic5ay! July 26, 1963.
OFFERI! off Atlantic Avenue. Fencedin I '
Estate of
re: The Board of Commissioners of the '
: & & & down. RICHARD R. SELDO.MC1UGE Deceased Amelia Island Control Dis. : "RealEst l te
yard just $475 in my home. Mosquito : ; Always A Discount For :
J PAUL C. BURNS Reasonable. Lucile Strickland, ceased. trict of the Nassau right to County reject Florida any or, reserves all COO R's: :Life Insurance "'

M Builder of Kingsberry Homes FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom Clinch Dr. Phone 2614235. To Claims All or Creditors Demands and Persons Said Hating Es. bids and to accept the cheapest or Retirement! Income Cash :

K515 S. 8th St. Phone 261.3606 2 bath home not a pro Ju25p; tate: Against rst. if such action is to the best interest I
of said Board. ,
I Health & AccidentHospitali'zation
You and each of LAUNDRYCoin
ject. $12,750 $500 down. you are hereby THE BOARD OF COMMISSION. -

FIFTY HEAD OF LAYING ok -(:( I Ew. HOWARD, General Contractor notified claims and and demands required to which present you.any or ERS OF AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO FENCESby

hens. $50. Prime condition. JUST $200 DOWN-$60 Monthly -I I unlimited experiencein either of you. may have against the NASSAU CONTROL COUNTY DISTRICT FLORIDA OF Major Medical .

Phone 261-4195, ask for Mrs. Buys masonry three bedroom all types of buildings. Ph. estate ceased of late Richard of said R. Seldomndge.County. to the de. Uy (1. Ralph Wolff, Chairman. OperatedMrs. :. :
IncomeL. -
: Keaton. Ju 28c: home, recently redecor- 2615008. tic County Judge of Nassau County, Hor- 21 718 25 Disability Monthly I .

ated. ida. at his office in the court house '

BUY A HOMESITE on the Nassau WE TOP AND TRIM trees, do fif Florida said, County within1 at six Fernandina calendar months Deaeb,' PUBLIC NOTICE Doris Howard, L. BOHANNON : McPHERSON

: River Beautiful high yard work. Call 2613978. If from the time of the first publicationof Manager i, Phone Jacksonville::: :
call 2613145. this notice. Two of eatkclaim
and dry lots, at Nassauville. 508 Atltntie Are. Phon. 261-5571 no answer or demand shall copies be in wntiBf, FOR NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA. .
14th ( Beech Sts.
N I 764-4619 Collect.
e Others with waterfront privileges. .. tfc and shall state the place of residenceand MOLLIE CHANCERY.ANN CASE NO. 2887.- Phone .261-5269 I
post office address of the claimant NOLES I I
: Small down tilt VANITY BEAUTY SHOP
payment 16 FT. CARTERCRAFT, and shall be sworn to by the f Plaintiff

.r Terms to suit Phone Francis trailer, 4-cycle Homelite en. Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95.I claimant.accompanied his by agent.a filing or attorney fee of and one KENNETH v$* RAY NOLES ,'./ ,.:...: :: ;,,""""":" '::.: ":':: ':":'"'' ::""':'!.3.7 'J '; '.. .,,<:;' .... .
Ellis Jacksonvilli. Distinctive service budget :
: POpular 5-2C61N gine. $200 down. Phone 261- dollar and such claim or demand not fjf-. Defendant r :
., Tic. 3733. tic I prices. Telephone 261-4686 for so filed shall be void. STATE NOTICE OF SUIT 3. "
tfc Maynard L. Seldomndge Or FLORIDATO I
As administrator of the Estateof : Kenneth Ray Noles '
:FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bedroom LARGE SHADED LOTS at Amelia Richard R. Seldomndge, ij, Eastman. Georgia : ;
.. homes. No down 100 X 145. $10 down $10 HOME MADE POUND cakes deceased. You are hereby notified that a suit I !
I layer and birthday cakes pies. Thos J. Shave, Jr. has been filed against you in the > Make the deal of the
: one $G5, one $62 month. Out. per month. Call Howard Ham All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. Attorney for Administrator above entitled cause; and that you. ;; year ,
side city limits. Phone 261. mond 2613733. tfc First publication July 4, 1963. are hereby required to file your answer
2615332. tIc with the Clerk of this Court and
Thos. J. Shave Jr., Atty. ,
I .
5419. Ju25p to serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintif
-- ... BRAND NEW 753 pound capacity FLOOR SANDING and refinuhIng. 4t 704. 11, 18/25 : or Plaintiffs attorney whoie i : j
name and address is: : : the"Car of the Year"Rambler
EXCELLENT YEAR OLD ridIng chest type freezer. 1 year Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. PUBLIC NOTICE MERCURY N. KAVOUKLISP. :L' on

III horse. Gentle and good guarantee. $278.00 Call 261- Phone 2614609. tfc 0 Box 462 .
: rider. Good saddle, blanket 4191 Chucks T.V. tIe INVITATION FOR REAL I ESTATE OR JJIDS 24 Fernandina South 4th Beach.Street Florida. ;: \::. r :

: bridle and extras. 20000. Call VELMA'S KIDDIE NURSERY not later than Aug. 7. 19G3. -,
The Board of
County Commissionersof +
Hilliard 8153161. RUN-A-BOUT boat with controls By hour day or week. 102S. Nassau County Florida, as Trus.I If you fail to do so. Decree Pro Con. : \: .' I
fesso will be entered for : $lI I
t against .
tees of the former of Ioulouene.1: you I 'J
: trailer and 35 horse 10th St. Ph. 261-1686 for olfer for sale and invite City bids for the 'I the relief demanded irt the Complaint. r <: : < : <.; : ;'

I ,THREE BEDROOM concrete motor. Will sell as complete appointment. tfc. following described property: I' The nature of said suit being for I .. ; .
I block utility room washer outfit or separate. Ph. 261- All that certain lot piece or par. Witness hand and the seal of ,. .

: and dryer nice neighborhood, 4610. tic QUALIFIED YOUNG WIFE eel of land situate. lying and be. I said Court my at Fernandina Beach, Nassau ;r: :
in 13 Township 4 North. .
ing : .
.. only $350,00 for $Goo.oo equity. will care for your children while Range 23 East. Nassau County County Florida this 27th day of .v : .j: < :' [ .

: ByownerTel.2255179.AIjSCAMP LOVELY RED BRICK home. you work. Also capable of tutoring Florida and being further described June. 1963. 4'
(SEAL) .s. D. 0. OxleyD. ?
... ----- -- -'-- i 205; S. 19th. Across from Sr.I I Ph. 2615900. tic lows by Beginning metes and at bounds the Northwest as fol. 0 Oxley I .

Clerk of the Circuit Court.4t #
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TRAILER 1DG3 Apache I, High School. Will take a lot corner of Section 13 and going 74. 11. 18. 25 / '"
: "Eagle", G weeks old bleeps: 6 on beach for down payment. DRESS MAKING IN my homeat South 89 degrees 41 minutes East. ..
O'Neal. Ph. 261-3959. tIc along! north line of Section 13. for
Extra screened toom. Big i C.V.. Howard builder Ph.I I 3415 feet to the Southwesterly
-- --- --- PUBLIC NOTICE
: savings. Write Box 7C6 A. 2615008. tic right of way of U. S. Highway No. .
I 1 (has 200 ft. riht-ofwaYj; thencego
Ju25p I INSTRUCTIONSJOB South 46 degrees 16 minutes
: YULEE 10 ACRES with 875' I east.. along Southwesterly right-of- Notice is hereby given that pur.
J BEACH HOMES S. 'way of U. S. No. 1 fur 2500 ,feet suant to a Final Decree of Foreclosure
U. 17
: 2173 S. Fletcher frontage on 10000. SECURITY can be yours by to the point of beginning: thence entered in cause numbered 2663 ,
200' next to Hoppy's Barbeque irf the Circuit Court of Nassau
continue S 46 degrees 16 minutes I
\ CORNER LOT.. -.. 3., bedrooms with 356' I preparing now for coming Civil east along southwesterly right-of- County Florida, I will sell the prop. ."
$3000. 4H acres on
: kitchen and dining area. Living Service exams. Send name address way of U. S. Highway No.1. for [ erty situated 1C Nassau County )lor.
Road 200 across from colored : 200.0 feet thence South 44 degrees Ida. described as:
and phone number to NATIONAL ; go : f .
room, Florida room utility school 3500. Terms. RICH. 44 minutes West for 933.0 feet Let 31, J. P. Page's Subdivision. Jk@:
I TRAINING SERVICE I Callahan. Florida. as recorded In : :
room and two-car garage. to County Road; thence go North .
: -tt ARD D. BARKER, EV-8-2691 INC. Box 500 Greenwich, Conn. 2 degrees 11 minutes West. aloirg Plat Book 3, Page 20. of Nassau
County Official Records. Said Plat
Jax. Ju25c easterly side of the 40 foot County
2178 S. FlrchfrTJCEAN JU25c Road for 273.5 feet; thence go 'I recorded August 2. 1949.
at public sale. to the highest and best
North 44 degrees 44 minutes East I
SIDE three bedroom TOY RAT TERRIERS from HELP WANTEDLADY for 74SO feet to the Point of Regm- I bidder for cash, at the front door of : -
: home. Sen-ant's :the Nassau County Courthouse in ter-
quarters. fine breed. Ph. 2613568. ning. This parcel of land contains -
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I .. oft: 385 acres. more or less. less a 33 nandina Beach ilorida between 11:00 ;. _' 7, L ,
foot nght-ofway the land a.m. and 2:00 p.m., on August 5th, ; _
: 309 South 6th St. TO WORK IN dental of- for underground cables across of American A. D. 1963. .. .. .

-TWO STORY duplex. Freshly fice. Call 261.5183-- Telephone and Telegraph Company /s/ D. 0. OXLEY # .
(Court Seal)
FOR RENT -- and containing 0.15 acre.
: painted. With new roof plumb. Hazard & Fernandez -
GIRL FOR GENERAL OFFICE bcaied bids together with deposit cf I, Classic 770 Four-Door Sedan
lag and wiring. 7000. WORK must be high school : 10 c: of bid payable by Ca&hier'j,205 Florida Theatre 'Dldg.
Jacksonville lla.
check to Board of County Commissioners
graduate and accurate typist Nassau County Florida. as It '%5 r '

403 S. 16th St. MODERN FURNISHED APT. Good working ,conditions, excellent trustees of the former City of Bou- These. are Rambler's "Savingest Days"! RAMBLER

:s BEDROOM Masonry home 337 N. Fletcher. No. 2, Hot lougne. conditioned on fulfillment of PUBLIC NOTICE
benefits and, starting
bid. shall be submitted to D. 0. Oxley $4034ma
$100 down. Water furnished, $60 Mo., year I Clerk. Board County Commissioner START AT
.. salary. Ph. 225-5122 for ap.pointment. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Right now is the time to make the.ear's best deal on
Nassau County Florida. not later than J
round. Apply Apt. 1. Phone 261-
10:00: o'clock A..I.. August 14th. 1K3. Magazine'sMCarofthe
: 409 S. 6th St. tIet! LV AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
3114. time considered. VontUy etynents l/uedOilUng.
at which same will be
.i6 ROOM HOUSE 3 bedroom .Equal Opportunity Employer Sale price shall be for Cash payabie FLORID.L"'l PROB1TC.No. Save on anyAaiiciss'ic: or Ambassador-every one tuiitsted retnl,pric*
Slftt for Rambler!
:03i ( AJWKM 220
: kitchen and breakfast r om, TWO NICELY FURNISHED NURSE OR PRACTICAiURSE within ten (10)))> days after acceptanceof IN RE. ESTATE OF with scores of"Car of the Year" features. Tvo-Coor Seda*. H dowt payment .

Florida and 301 Broome St. Call bid by County Commissioners. Con- CLARENCE LAMAR PERDUE Come in and see thcm-tcst-drive them-for yourself. anla36montbiani'wli"ormaiSVc've .
room, workshop, rooms live in preferred. VAdults. veyance will be by the Simple Deed. canyiRf eharjei ) federal taxes

$7,500.BEACH 261-3770 after 5. tfc Young, inexperienced women: The Board all reserves bids. the right to : All Creditors and All Persons deceased.TO Hiving smashed all Rambler sales records this )'ear-and pail Does M ;:ojltuia)tamp* t

: PROPERTY NICE ROOM with considered. For interview writeP. reject Dated any this or 18th day of July 1063. Claims or Demands Against Said *c're out to set still bigger ones.We're now offering bigger- tuuud liItUlSPO1t3tlOLiIUflSC local Uusrt any.L $, i ithan'erinni1onces.ComciaandtakeadvanLage
bath Estate
te2 Ft. OCEAN frontage just 0. Box 840. tIe BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS :
You, and each of
are hereby
private entrance half block SIONERS. AS TRUSTEES OF you _
: South of Blue Marlin Motel. notified and required to present the ] ._ :
THE FORMER CITY OF BOU. any of our specials during "Savingest Days" i
from Post Office. Phone 261-
.. $100 per front foot. NEEDED AT ONCE full or I.OucNE. NASSAU COL'l-o Y. Claims and demaods which you. or
.. 4341. tIc to FLORIDA.BY either of you. may have against the I [. :
part-time woman
man or -
--" Jim Thomas Chairman. estate of Clarence Lamar Perdue deceased Only Rambler offers all these extra values
;))UY OF THE YEAR 501 serve Watkins customers in late of Nassau County. Heridi .
a. ATTEST: __________
Stanley Drive. 3 Bedrooms 2 partment suitable for couples Fernandina Beach. Earn $65.00 D. 0. Oxley clerk.PUBLIC ford.to County the Honorable Judge of J.Nassau E. Weather.County AwtWiuiftf StySBj and engineer leadership as Motor Treed1!: j"Car of( .

: baths larjre lot, fenced in only. 310 N. 5th St. tIc and up weekly. No investmentSet :t 7-18. 23 Florida and file the same in his theYear." I Join t the .

.. backyard plenty of shade your own hours. Write C. office in the County Court House in Dou&li-Saffj! tabs with separate braking systems front and rear. *

trees and shrubbery. $450 FOR BEACH RENTALS call 261- R. Ruble Dept. J.2. P. 0. Box NOTICENotice Nassau calendar County months, from Florida the date ithin of the six Deep-Dtp 'wfief up ta the roof. Trade Parade to.

: down and $85 per month see 4642 W. I. McCranie. Will be 2447, Memphis, Tenn. Ju25p is hereby given that the undersigned first publication hereof. Each claimor ttmctd eDit CjnstrotM;with massive singlem mbers_of one-piece gal- :
f pursuant to the Fictitious demand shall be in writing andttall
to show the beach
anyone ,HOME SALESMEN WANTED Name Statute', Chapter No. 20Sit state the place of residence and vanized steel for far ireater strength. RAMBLERHARREU'S ,
apU and cottages. tfc Laws of Florida 1M1. as amended tyf yp&f office address of the claimant
: FIVE POINTS Good commission Fullor Chapter No. 26760., Laws of Fl.n6a< and shall be sworn to by the claim. Super!* Perfuascsfrom a fufl choice of ly'ih-economj Six or Y-S' engines, .

LOVELY VACATION oceanfront part time. No experience 1951. being Section (6309, Flood* .,ftt. his agent or attorney. and any with horsepower rar.zjnlilp li 271 ,
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE Statutes will register with the CerSr 'idea claim or demand not so filed 6.va
downstairs will train. Call #
: 100 x 100 corner lot. Four apartment necessary of the Circuit Court in and for Nassau shall be void. I
with fenced in yard. Sleeps 10 261-5027 before 10 a.m. tfc. County. Florida. upon receipt of proofof DATED July 17th. WO.s < (Rambler Amtriall). .
pecan trees nice yard only to 12 hone 261-3174. publication of this notice the fictitious ( MARY WRIGHT PERDUE ,
$8,000. Will trade for homewith people. name to-wit: t. Mary Wright Perdue as Admimsn .
: small tfc LOST E.Z PIC GROCERY g tratnx of the estate of Clarence AUTO SERVICE
acreage. Under which we are engaged Lamar Perdue deceased. .
SMALL UNFURNISHED house LOST BLACK & WHITE business at 201( : South 14th Street 13'!i// HERBERT Win. KISHLER q
the City of lemandina Reach: Herbert Wm. Fishier PHONE 26141171
Florida JASMINE :
: Pete Ingrain, Salesman for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call Dalmatian belongs to D. C. That the parties interested in said.i.215's! Atlantic Avenue 8TH AND '

L. L. Bohinnon. Broker 261-5277 for further information.tfc Land. Answers to "J an. If business enterprise are J. T. aad, Fercaodina Beach Florida. I --- --------I .

::13 N. 4th St. Carolyn P. Carter. ii Attorney for said estate. .
Phone 261-5269 -
found call 261460. Ju25c 't -%7,7.4.l1. U U .. 743,25,1.1,8 -- -- '- -
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Page Ten News-Leader, Ferrmndina{ -Beach, ,;Florida Thursday, July 25,1963 Hertanoo three, Highland en?, ,Liberty one, luadiion one,'Msna-,Us four, Folk three, Putnam on,

." ...... .: ';!' ';'. : Riynier Ewmirks 94 PttsIIs Die 01 HQlsborough two, Indian River |tee three, Marion five, Monroe one, St. Johns one, Sarasota four, Taylor
:' Loom at 7:15 p.m. two. Jackson one and Lake three. (,Nassau two, Okaloosa one, Osee- ] two, Yolusia three and Wa't
News f. t f
From. .. '," : i .'. : .Men .and Boys' Health Club in Over $62,000,000) iJiiys II Stile'IMNtkIfJme Lee two, Leon three, Levy two,1 I ola one, Palm Beach three, Pinel- ula! one. ; I

the Health dub Boom, day and r .: ,
The Rec Center evening i !
SATURDAY. JULY 27th. Fir New GrowthNew .

Adult Swim Class 10:00 11:30 I' ,
BY 5AXDI JWAJamO'THURSDAY. York, July 19 ,Grow Tallahassee Ninety-four persons \
amTeen Club in the Game Roomat ing World Markets for Chemical died: on the streets and highways BILLS \ : \
JULY 25th. Conference, Room at 7:00 P.M. 7:30 Cellulose and Paper Making I of Florida during the month 'i

Junior Olmpics.in the Pool ''Teen Club Jn-Game Room 7:15 Men and p.m."Boys' Health;Club in Pulps plus a healthy rebound in' of June in traffic ,accidents, I .<# I

1:00-2:00: P.M., Allen Kirk, Iwfc pan. the Health Club Boom, day and Rayon, a major Cellulose based bringing to 668 the number ,of BILLS : ;
Baljet Class (Beginners) fa the Men and Boys' Health Club in evening. product are among the powerful .traffic fatalities for the first half

Auditorium ,at 2:30: p.m. Julanne the Health Club. Room, day and SUNDAY, JULY 28th. reasons behind Rayonier Incorp- Jof the year. I ", .
Owens,. Inst evening. Lutheran Church Meeting in orated's newly initiated capital j That total showed a slight decrease BILLS ; : 1

Ballet Class (Intermediate) in FRIDAY, JULY 26 the Conference Room.at 11:00 a.m. investments program involvingover from the number "kUTcd: p \ .
the Auditorium at 3:20 Jul.. $62,000,000 slated for completion during the first half of last year. I .
p.m. Adult Ceramics in Ceramics MONDAY, JULY 29th.
in I late 1965. The total then was 699.
anne Owens, Inst. Boom 9&0: am.1200 noon, Martha ,Junior Olympics in the Pool 'Traffic deaths occurred in 37
Ballet-Class (Advanced) in the "Puletti .Inst The announcement was madeat I. .
1:00-2:00 P.M., Allen Kirk Inst. 'of the state's 67 counties in June,
Auditorium at ;4:30 pan, ,Julanne' Jr., First Aid Course in 'Conference Island Squares Club in the a meeting of the New York the Florida Highway Patrol re-, .
Owens,' Inst.; i Room 9:00 am.1200 noon. Game Room at 7:30 p.m. Society of Security Analystshere ; c
i ported. '
Senior. Citizens Club in,. the J :Sub-Teen, Club in the Game Jaycees meet in Conference the today cellulose by Russell firm's F.present Erickson Duval led the state in June -, ,' -' ..

.. and chief executive officer. He with seven traffic deaths: Dade
and Escambia one in the ex. I
confirmed an hour-earlier report
from Rayonier .Canada Limited, treme south and the other in the i j
the firm's Canadian subsidiary :panhandle each had six traffic; I j
headquarters Vancouver, E. deaths. Orange County, in centra! '' IS THERE A
bleached sulfate Florida, also recorded half a dozen -
C., that a new
---: .. ... paper making pulp mill with an traffic fatalities.The !
: :-:'- : I I following is a list of other .
-' : tons
T _, r ._ -t would annual be capacity contracted of 100,000 adjacentto I counties in which traffic deaths WAY OUT?

is the :. ; :: Rayonier's a mill completed total there annual in capacity 1961.( -'I occurred Alachua four,and Broward two the, Baker number four one, in Calhoun'one Brevird each.: i \ JrA !

p'))1IrllllllllllllIIlllljlllI': : : : !! ; pulp for will the all exceed new types program one and million grades is completed tons of-I Iwhen' I. Citrus one, Gadsden one, I I I i .. L/ I

THRIFTY Mr. Erickson asserted., 1 ment cellulose producing firms ..: ;: .
Detailing the big investment I[like Rayonier contributed with !' .
w7 :
kti .i'i.. :rrrr program's objectives and areas I'greatly improved types, of 'ChemI- \'
1. .1. 11111 Y' iLA : where it will, apply E. G. cal Cellulose. Currently, the new ;
manufacturing,. logging the i:high performance staple firs, 'i 'LL GET -:
Rayonier president. revealed that as well :as conventional staple ,
its financing will be entirely! .fiber, are In: world wide short V
from "funds generated' within supply while demand for them h. ;
A "
thecompany.." continues to grow.
: He observed that the first Erickson also noted the tremendous .
A. woodfibre unit "has been very growth on a world .
successful, producing new, high scale of bleached paper making ..\,; '. .
quality pulp grades which have pulps, nearly trebling from 6..W :, .
Has of bills down? Best
I gained acceptance throughoutthe : million tons in. 1950 to 17.59 mil a pile-up unpaid got you

world." lion tons in 1962. way to get "out from under" fast is to consolidate your .
; Erickson indicated that the He also said that the supply- ,
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER I new mill will make available increased demand gap in pulps, which plag ; debts and pay them ALL off at once with cash on a low-

I I 'tonnage of chemical cellulose ,ued the world markets duringthe cost improved real estate loan from us. This loan '
s nee certain types of pa- past four years, has been
I permaker's pulps now produced corrected "to a substantial de you can pay off in easy-to-budget monthly amounts. .,

: at other company mills can be gree" by the continued growth of Meantime credit is protected mind freed
I transferred to the new wood- the world paper industry and a ..
::fn: t 'NQMONEYDOWNURGESELtCTtDN,. Why suffer through another summer? I fibre facilities. strong resurgence in cellulosic from worry and care!

.." If you act now, you can enjoy the I The British Columbia site is textile fibers. As a .result world
I '' advantageously located to serve prices for paper pulps were ad-
comfort' of 'a Carrier
,quiet, '
I both domestic and world mar- vanced earlier this year, and only
Room Air Conditioner.. and it won't Fernandina Federal :
,: I kets, and is in an excellent posi- July 1 modest price increase in I
cost you one cent until next Spring! tion for wood supply.It all grades of chemical cellulose ,

"There's, a model( to match any size was reported that the pro- were effected in all markets.
A PROMPT' EXPERT. ject at woodfibre will include a ; Erickson said that, there is IJ
,. INSTALLATION- room, any budget ., from 5,600 new giant pulp drying machine I every reason to believe that the And loan Association
to 23,500 BTU. Realize big savings.. capable of processing 600 tons I II high growth rate of rayon and | Savings
Stop in today I! I per day. Two small old machines acetate production outside the !
) J !: in the present operation will be I United States (7-1/4( per cent per I
) "will be sustained for 202 ATLANTIC AVENUE PHONE 261-5502
f retired. year ,1 I
Earlier this week the firm reported -I many years to come." I
I its sales and earnings of ',F,' ,

i.i. this year's first six months I.I I..

Reese Plumbing & Heating Co. I I which are in indicative its business of the begun upswing "I II

I some eighteen months ago. Al-

"We Service Sell"lljlJ : though prices for its pulp products
,Everything We I ,are still well below those
o. Sib STREET PHONE.261. 892 I in effect ten years ago, Rayon. .
i ier has been able to increase its

earnings sixteen per cent over I
last year's same period, clearing I BENEHTStW
$1.03 per share common stock I .J EVERYBODY
'" --- ..-- in comparison with 89 cents per I
.- ..', Io,1 6 share. This was achieved larg''
4I !io. 1. .
J ,
..... ... .....q'... ii", .' :, :, ly by maximizing manufacturingand f I.,
J' logging efficiencies and 'I .
flexibilities as well as by increased I "
.. j ,
; : + <.
r .... tonnage sales for the i i "v :". ;' )
t half year, which established anew : + LiJ.lih'
.. :;, : I company record for the six- ; 6 y. '.
ij j'; month period. I'I MARINE'tjft.
New York's ,
< I security analysts : The
4." '. .. I hearing Erickson were shown j_,
charts revealing the steady I ;

...... ',: J .' growth in major world cellulose ;
using industries and in
.,. .. ; : .' paper I '
: } making pulp consumption,
.. ,- growth, which, incidentally,. Ray I Aj''WELCOME STATIONI
onier had predicted in 1952 be- :

,:; a E >.: :t;. : fore the same financial group II

!t 'i Jitt < and World acetate production fibers, which of showed rayon ;;:. ii' V

-2 :; r; ;{, little increase during the ten I and MUNICIPAL YACHT BASIN :>: ;

;, year period, gained new growthin j 'I '
<< : 1962 and attained 184 per i .. .. ,
oo a \' .if ot f ;rf i, i VVf rI I : if! ? ; 1r t'r j ,
c ?.:w#.r f.' ; cent total Textile F.ber ,. ,
v. : markets. Growth has continued '
(; ..- in 1963. I I .....- f

Erickson attributed this progress I Ir t

--- ./ in part to the development .
t .. of a new family of rayon fibers, L
the so-called high performance'I ,
: 0r lS
rayon staples, to whose develop- IA

Room at 8:00 p.m. i

Adults and Teens Ceramics
.. y o 1X21U1 3. Class in the Ceramics Room at ;
7:30 p.m., Martha Jean. Puletti,
f. ; Instr. -,
Men and Boys' Health Club in

,' the Health Club Room, day and

.. t j evening 4 .__u'J ..
TUESDAY, JULY 30th. __
.t ] 1 Junior Olympics in the Pool --.4 s ,.9 .
.. -4-, *
1:00-2:00 P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst. X. V'V. ,
Ceramics Class ((9-11) in the <
Ceramics Room at 2:00: p.m. Martha .

'=| Far Apart?- Birthday Puletti, Instr.Party in the Game ": C.;
V Room at 3:00: P.M. '. Showcasing, Fernandina Beach To
: : '
'< .Men and Boys' Health Club in "Thousands Every Year! .:: :
== Be Together in Seconds the Health Club Room, day and

, evening. I Fernandina Beach's newest attraction has magnetic I

. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31st :appeal to thousands who have never before seen the :. '
: EE with Long Distance Junior Olympics in the Pool I
1:00.2:00 P 31., Allen Kirk, Inst wonders of our area. A veritable flow of dollars into 'f'

...: Ceramics Class (age .12 and this area over the years ahead will "be directly( attributable .
over) in the Ceramics Room at
2:00 Martha Puletti, Inst. to the Florida Marine Welcome Station.
: == to it A ik* feeling to know that wherever you*re, home'sjust Sub p.m Teen Club in Game Roomat /

;. == 'A Jtello ? With Long Distance )'ou're close around 7:15 p.m.
...... Adult Ceramics Class in the

: Z:T &e dock. To check on things. exchange,news, send love, just Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar.
....,.... tha Jean Puletti, Instr.
: r- < %t. Botflg awayj* better when you know the miles don't matter, Men and Boys' Health Club ia

..... :> the Health Club Room, day and

.: ';,., : t.;: evening.THURSDAY, AUGUST 1st $ florid/ / Public (UtiIitieso.// /

J Junior Olympics in the Pool

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i ; Teen Club in the Game Roomat

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