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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I VOLUME 105 NUMBER_ .._ FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1963 10 PAGES THIS-ISSUE ioc -PER COPY ,




iu/eaMI4: Little League All-Stars








I ; Are District Champions



It Monday night's! meeting of .
I the Merchants Association served' -.-. .

no other purpose it proved one : .:

thing that differences can 1 '/ / IIIFirebaW' Godwin Local All-Stars J Solomon, Rowe -
usually be ironed out with such a

little each side's calm, logical reasoning.expression I hope of I I I,!( s* 4 ,Merchants Discuss Pitches All-Stars State Defeated TournamentThe 11-8 In : Sparkle In Win

that the slight rift that existed i, Ii .

over the parking meter situation I! r* .':.. ,, To District Finals Little League All-Stars i By Local TeamSteve
may well bring a closer knit ; !lost out yesterday in their bid

group of merchants and that' f Lee Godwin, fireballing right for the championship title in i I
Solomon
A'i1 blasted home
more, will activity.participate If ever in all urban planned ,' ;3 Z, \ Parking Meters I hander for the Fernandina the State in Orlando.Tournament under I' run and Terry Rowe pitchedllfiei a
way
I Beach Little League All-Stars,]I i Fernandina Beach Little League
I areas needed a coordinated effort ;1 h set a tough Cedar Hills Little i I The Fernandina Beach boys i All-Star team to' the District

r: shopping it is :today centers, with, mail the big order'city & "T "A" 't Meeting Monday night at the on the recent action by the City I! League team down with 4 hits I were defeated 11.8 by North I championship as they defend

houses and the like pressing 1r \ I Keystone Hotel in a specially: Commission: in restoring the and a 1-0 score in the semi-final Miami in their contest at 2 p.m. '| the Jacksonville Naval Air '.staI
of the District 2 Little A complete story *ill be car- tion team, 5-4, in
game an outstanding
harder and harder for the business .1 called session of the Merchants parking meters here.
Ii' ried
Association local busines R B. I League Tournament. next week. I game last Saturday morning on
that is the life-blood of our men Bailey, who has been I .
local, ,economv. :1 heard a number of pros and cons : one of the leaders in the effort The first two batters for Ced- the Cedar Hills Park. '
'j : to rid the of the I jar Hills smashed out singles off Fernandina scored four
I! city meters, step-I j Local JIUH
Godwin but AttorneyNamed
of
the ,
i ped down from his post of president pitching : in the first inning when'walked Rwc
Physical fitness enaoied two County and of the Association for the could not score as Godwin : Lee odiiQ'alk t
City i
local youths to distinguish them
struck out the next two batters
Stewart Pikula origan
meeting and asked G. H. Waas, { Assistant was safe .
selves in the week as the :
past
zMISS I Jr. former of the and got the third one to ground error, Billy Burbank walked,
heroes in dramatic water res iwii : Tax a president I out. i iI /
EqualizationHearings Steve Solomon and Ricky
singled
group, to act as moderator. i
cues, Both have received fitness I The next hit off Godwin was ; Public Defender I Jones singled to account for the
Bailey asked Waas to read the
training at Fernandina Beach i
t
Jin the fourth when Ray Anderson '
High School and with the City Are Set letter from the Merchants groupto I" runs.
singled with two out but
PATSY BAILEY will represent the Fernandina Kavouklis local i Navy back in bottom
Recreation Department and a1: the City Commission, whichhe the third out when Terry Mercury .attorney : came the
deal of credit is also reflected Beach Chamber of Commerce at the Third Annual Florida I said evidently prompted the came was this week named as of the first when Solomon, start
great i in field
Rowe grabbed a fly right :
Both the Boards of Tax !
on those two bodies. Crown Beauty Pageant in Jacksonville Beach on Sat I Equalization objection on which the Commission finish the inning. I II I assistant Public Defender for : ing Fernandina pitcher, walked

Local citizens can well be proudof I urday, August 31. Patsy will be competing with love of of Fernandina the County Beach and have the ,: based their restoring action.It :jto The fourth hit came off God- the Fourth Judicial Circuit of the first 2 batters and waS' replaced

such boys as Ned Tyson and lies from Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, lu- scheduled I City meetings for the was pointed out that the ;win in the final inning when Florida. He will perform his: duties by lefty Terry Ro\v|.
Saunders. Although bothare. I ,I purpose of the Association for the under T. Edward Austin, Jr., Rowe struck out one, but allow
Wayne val, Flagler, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Levy, Putnam, St. Johns, of reviewing, equalizing, I II request : leadoff man, George Glenn,
well-trained lifeguards under I of time in the of Jacksonville, Public Defenderfor ed a single for the two run'bffore
Suwanee and Union Counties for the coveted title. The i hearing complaints and regulation parking ;i smashed one against the right
the tutelage of Sandy DeSandM, fetching Fernandina Beach High School junior, is the I I ing/ testimony. Notices of re'iew-I the ,200 block of Atlantic Avenuewas :, field fence for a single but was this circuit. and getting striking the out the third next batter to
one'
their feats were well beyond the I I based solely on the fact that nailed at second when he triedto
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B.- Bailey. meetings are carried as a l legal
bounce back to him to be thrown
call of normal duty. notice in this issue. this was evidently the only area stretch the hit into a double. .
.A_ .A.. out at first. -
where any problems of parkinghad Rowe fired strike to
M }{ I Terry a
1' Proof that you just can't be'' Ned Hero In ; ; The Nassau County Commission arisen following the meter i Ricky Jones at second to nail The big blast of the game'\\: s
Tyson Unsung Tragic which doubles as the equal
home by Solomon the
too careful in cashing checks removal i the sliding runner by three feet. a run over
I
izing body, will meet
on Monday, '
right field fence in the' third
established here last weekend / Ted Steger Fernandina scored its only
was spoke up as one run r
when 15 payroll checks were ,i' Accident On Little Talbot Island nounced August 19 by, at Jim 10 a.m.Thomas, it ,was chairman an-- : of the merchants in the block in ''in the second inning/ when Mark which proved to be the winningrun .

? forged and circulated about the of that body. ; question and stated that he feltit Haddock walked, moved to sec of the game.
city. Even though such checks ) I ; was discriminatory to regulate :ond on a passed ball and scored Two singles and a walk gave
Ned Tyson, 17-year-old son ofJMr. girl playing in the surf were The of Fernandina Beach !
City
onej block : smacked double the Navy a run in the second
Godwin
bear the printed name of an em- only by policing when a
| I
I and Mrs. George Tyson, has;'swept' to deep water. Commission which also doubles
ployrr and his evident signature J i action. lIe was, backed up by :, against the right field wall. and the final tally of the game
those who do the ashing should j jbe I I been identified as the unsung Ned, lifeguard for the Stateat in an equalizing capacity, will Franz Mitchell also a merchant'' Fernandina threatened in the for the Navy came in the fifthon
hero in the tragic accident on Little Talbot Island Park, remained I
meet 5 at 8
Monday August ,
double sure of the identity of I in the 200 block. fourth when Stewart Pikula was a walk, a wild pitch and an
Little Talbot Island last Wed- unidentified in an earlier p.m. The announcement was
the one receiving the money. I Bailey replied that the hit by a pitched ball, went to
of the accident I reason
nesday when two boys and a coverage' by mVde by City Manager David error.Continued
That the offender Wil1 eventually I, hboiine I the directors of. the Merchants second on a passed ball and at- ( On Page Two)
n be nabbed is aIm&t a foregone (Continued On Page. Two) l
Association the removal
j promoted
', '.. ". <" '. ".,. ,,In recounting ]j rA'li"who wih to register protests .
conclusion but It is highly unlikely \.' in April was to combat the ever- -
:
Checks Jied regarding .
their
Forged '' he story, ]} taxes are Halter '
; Benjamin
the. money will be, recov- r' increasing threat of a loss of \
-i. '... said he reached reminded that this., is the final .
+ S'- ; Jones Winqate :
eredand, jthe_.! meantime a business to Chopping centers *nd
i
t' -. steal-deal of 'inconvenience"; 't Passed,.In. .. ; :'J'>' rt'jllifi Jean Co,1'J5 ; hearing before budgets. are approved. -; larger urban areas, -4f' ..:- ;\ ? '> Former Resident/ .i
City .
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yt ,-, of .Waycro'ss.iaa. ,1 .
W!
Cohti
been experienced. ( ue on Page Vivcl
j&i, ,, : ''first. She,I [ Receive Promotions i :

Over WeekendJimmy ,.ii. was visiting .heV'ousins :I Sportsman's-Wharf Dies In Texas -'f' .. ,
can't be if Judge J. E. '
I sure i1 Robert Ensign A. S. Allan, III
(Gene) Weatherford's recent sentence 'Y. .. ';lydeiFniford, 1Qind And Coffee Shop Are Gets of GoldNavy At Container Corp. I, Kavouklis his
a began
of two youths convicted of Harrell, of Harrell'sAuto .. : Wings I practicehere Benjamin \V. Halter, Sr. 71,
., Ronald Lee
{ Scenes of Break-Ins in 1961
possessing beer had the desired Service, wound up with an t : Fulford, 11, the R. E. Phinney, General )(an-I I tion, from ,the following Stetson gradua- of Sabine Pass, Texas, a former
effect on the boys but it sure unusually large payroll last other two carried into deep \\Vat- Sportsman's Wharf and the ager of the Mill Division, Container I School in St Law resident while superintendent ofr i
) lie
helped the looks of Fletcher week but not because he had erin the runout, and were all on Coffee Shop were the scenes of Corporation of America, attended the Petersburg. also the Quinn-Mwihaden Fisheries,
Avenue. The two boys were required added that many new employees..,,(fa'dals outing with Mrs. Eugene break-ins last night, it. was Deported announces, : the following organ- law school University He is of Florida ': died July 23 in St. Mary's hospital -
to spend a certain amount Fifteen checks were detached I'I Nichols and her 5 children ofr today by Police Chief ,J. ization changes to become effec- the Florida a graduateof I at Port Arthur, Texas after
Military Academy.
of time picking up empty beer from the company's regular book Jacksonville R. Parker. tive immediately: ''a' short illness.

Cans as their sentence and you of payroll checks and .most tff j r Ned said he brought the girl At Sportsman's Wharf a win- ... -. Franklin L Jones is promotedto During ,the past year he hasiserved While living here, )!rand
.' _ as Prosecuting Attorney
won't believe the number they them found their way irilo the ;I j in to someone nearby and went' dow was forced open and the the position 'of Production Continued Five Mrs. Halter made their home. In \
turned in 1402. Talk about tills of various businesses. about !'I' back for the boys. He reacheJ thieves reached inside to opena I* : Manager. Jones is a graduate ( on Page ) the historic Tabby House at-7th. :

littering! A Negro youth has re- the city. I (Continued On Page Six) register. Sammy Hamilton, \ '.' .. _Chemical Engineer from the and Ash Sts. ;
at American reported the break-iii Mrs. Ketchum Cited Mr, Halter, former rin. i
cciyed the fame sentence Allegedly ,doing. the forging manager University of Alabama. He started sup [fI
Beach and the street leading after he opened up this morning1 aJk! with Container on April 1, For I tendent of the Sabine Pass Menhaden ,
the checks i is Neal c Distinguished
in from AlA. If, by chance, and cashing who Legion To Hear: and said only a quantity of pen- 1954 as Paper Mill Superintendent Fisheries, was president o? ,

another such sentence is meted Anderson at ll rrell'l5! has been service employed i Report By Boy-Staters nies were missing.At : .: __________ became Pulp Mill Superintendent Service By FAA the Sabine Pass school board 'in :
man
out; I' 'would like to suggest as i ijusV' I the Coffee Shop, on South $ fr) __ on April 1, 1956, and 1950. He was a member of'Ofc
Sadler Road as a likely place for ager. The checks were made out Monday Night 4th Street, entrance was gained ; .. General Superintendent of the Arvin 0. Basnight, Director, Dock Dowling Lions Club and of

such. n activity. as regular payroll checks through a window and the pulp mill and paper mill opera Southern Region, Federal Aviation St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sabine
with deductions shown' for with- I Steve Beckett and Tommy Oliver thieves left by the door after tions on February 16, 1962. Agency announced today Pass, and the Holy Name

Tn.. Jacksonville Beach Cham. holding tax, social security, etc. I I I who recently, attended Boys stealing a supply of ice cream. Claude E. Wingate is promotedto that Mrs. Leila V. Ketchum of Society of St. Michael's CaMe
bcr of Commerce is boasting The amount of the checks varied, !!: State in Tallahassee, will give & Bill Parker, Times-Union distributor the Personnel Departmentstaff Fernandina Beach, has been cited Church here. ::.. I

//with""justification) of the tre- with most in the $75 range. I report to the Theodore H. Her here, reported the open -. to take charge of public for distinguished service and'' Mr. Halter was a nativa-.l I

mcndous job that hai been done Anderson disappeared over the nandez Post 54 of the American door to the police about 3:15 a.m. Ensign Andrew S. Allan, relations. During World War II outstanding performance. Mrc.i Vincennes, Ind. He and Mja.! ;

in the wake of the storm that weekend ar.dhas not been apprehended | Legion at Monday night's reg- Parker said that the police ,I III, was designated a Naval he served in the U. S. Navy as Ketchum will receive a cash i, Halter had celebrated their 50th

washed away much of the beach a //jct. However, bulletins !! ular meeting. have a line on the probable! I Aviator last week and receivedhis an Aviation Machinists Mate award. I wedding anniversary in 1961.- I

thch;:and portions of the boardwalk have pone out and it is expected i i Commander Tom Tilman urges thieves and it is expected they Wings of Gold at the Naval First Class. He started with Con- Mrs. Ketchum is employed in A rosary was said in the Clayton -

last Winter. It should bei; be- will be picked up in the near !I I that all Legionnaires be in at- will be taken into custody dur- Auxiliary Air Station, New Iberia tainer on June 11, 1951 and has the FAA's systems maintenance : Thompson-Stephens Fimn

noted that the U. S. Army' ,Corps: future. tendance. Meeting time i is 8 p.m. ing a routine investigation. La.Ensign. been a Millwright in. the maintenance district office, Imeson Airport, I' al home of Port Arthur and 1Jm.

of Engineers hauled .p-'thous Allan is home for 30' department during this Jacksonville. This is the second eral services were held Juli27
load of sand and ... .. ... .., a I such award Mrs. Ket- at St. "
and of truck ">) v 'S "S "' : ':' "" M f? \'IW R day leave with his parents here period. Wingate is serving his won by Mary's Catholic Church in
the beach there. hum. The award presentedby Port Arthur. Burial ?-In
dumped it on after which he will report to first term as Nassau County was was
What has been done here, where $ AADDED % Norfolk, Va., for assignment. I' Representative to the Florida Roy Keeley, Area Coordinator Greenlawn Memorial Park. -*-.
the storm also caused heavy Legislature and compiled a very Federal Aviation Agency, Mr. Halter is survived iy lila

ero&ioa on the North beach or is :, impressive record during the recently Jacksonville. (Continued on Page Five)
of Engineer onr: w 4 Hearing ScheduledOn -- -- -- -- --
the. Corps: ; ;\ completed legislative session. -
geared to. give assistance to Jax' '. Proposed BudgetFor .
B ch.V; few letters to your j jCongressmen I

:: and Senators might .. School Board I i Vernon N. Drake r1? s"D1
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point upnbc fact that we arcjutt : '
'lproud/ of our beach and rw; I A public hearing on the pro : Purchases Local :

tfclfe-ve we should get equal I .... posed budget of the Nassau' ; "
treatment. :' :4 County Board of Public Instruction Surveying Business .. .. *,,,' + "
,. '5 %
.. for the "
.. year beginning July :
Another compliment for th. :' 1, 1963, will be held in the court- : ..
facilities at the new city marina \ house on Wednesday, August 14, -

came in this week from Irwin J JU. at 11 a.m. ,: .

Richardson Jr., Ford dealerin The budget, as proposed, appears m.k4

Tifton, Ga. Mr. and Mrs, as a legal notice on Page ,"
Richardson: and ,friends werej I 9 of this issue. "
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19-footcrs
trim
in
here two 7
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another of their frequent visits. Bible Baptist f
had high praise for 'the ,
They
marina as well as the treatment Schedules Revival 4 &1I : .,:. I It I A & 4"

they received from Dockmastcr: August 5 Thru 11 Ii
Joe' Soriano and his second, in I :-*: ,, ,:. w *e. ,, ,

.command, Francis Cox. Bible Baptist Church at 429 '). ;" '., ,. ; .. ;.iMr4 q
ff South 6th St. will
begin revival .. .
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It you like sure 'nuff old.fashioned services August 5th, continuing
square dancing in ,the! through August 11th, at 7:30 cFc

modern !manner, )'ou1lVlln te k. ,. pjn. each evening. Wright
look in *n the Golden CrounHoedown Two former will COMMANDER! WALTER H. BROBSTOX, USX, Retire.4
pastors be
at the Recreation Center -) .. '"L, 1ai conducting the revival, Rev. ( ), is shown with :Major\ Connie H. Brinson, jr., r'

, *auditorium on Saturday, August '"L4 Cecil A. Hodges of Savannah, (left), holding the citation awarding him the Army Con&:

10. Two Jacksonville square i! -.----. -. ', Georgia will speak August 5th. |' Announcement was made thisf mendation Medal. Colonel E. H. 'alter, center, pinned.
dance clubs have stated they are. _* __ % --- : _; through the 8th, and Rev. Tom- 'week that Vernon N. Drake hai the medal "
driJint 125 members and othr ; my F. Tompkins of Statesboro, purchased the local branch of if

*.from points far and near are PROOF THAT FERXANDINA BEACH FISHING is the finest in Florida is Georgia will speak August 9th. ''Angas Associates, engineers and Gets Commendation Medal T'
Ei jcted. Over 50 reservations ;, shown here in this catch of red bass and amberjack. The finny denizens of the deep through the 11 th. surveyors. Army

' ..tM\'.. already been made at local i were taken near the 7-mile sea bouy on trolled artificial bait. The bass ranged from ; Rev. John O'Neil pastor, and ,( Prior to Drake purchasing the

motel- One of th featurs will :' 14 to 31 pounds and the two amberjack totaled 58 pounds. Happy fishermen were i: members of the church, cordially engineering business he was associated Commander Walter M. Brob- Sector Command, Jacksonville,

?. b Ie an. exhibition youngsters by a, group 8 to 12 of' Curtis Royal, left kneeling, of Patterson, Ga., and George Eason of Waycross, Ga. extend a personal invitationfor with Richard Clarson in I ston, U. S. Navy, retired, reeeiv- ,,'I: on July 7. ,

; Jacksonville old, Al Oelsner, president Royal is a regular angler here but it was Eason's first venture and needless to say he the public to attend every the .Angas branch office. ed the Army Commendation'Medal H. Commander The award was presented to
yean service. associated from Colonel Eugene Brobston to behalfof
of:the: blind l Squares, host I club, will probably return many times. Standing I Is Sammy Hamilton, w h 0 operates Nursery will be open for each with Drake land has surveying been firmj in Walter, newly assigned corn- the Secretary of the Army in

! t .*:.(otJnucd CD P'{ J'KTI) Sportiman'Yharf for Hydie Peterson ;} ", '!,tnice, .. -0-- Nassau County ffcct 1955, 1:41nr officer of the Florida I: (Cctued! c; Pas Fin)'4\' ,





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Page ftvo Is'ewuLeader, Fernandina:; Beach Florida Thursday Ai gut 1, J9S3 I Cars" D 'lh'J- ''I -'- \ .. II rpaKitait' : tee t ASCfc_ r :'c4"r; I II
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Kiwanitufs Siowti.! amGged Cites Growth 9 pelMe I '
I :; ) jHager; i August mlttee will mike luch tddHional
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: FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS.UADiR" """ 4I dt : Misfccn On nominations s as. considet'ed' n c r
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i t I I and! desirable to .COB>.
Aircraft FilmHoilingswortli" :South Sfh Sfrect Of State Purb I T Nontnate-ASC !essary
: 511 AgD STREET PHONES 2686 S687 t TheNotion > I I : plete the slate .(If nominees. At
: r t. .J I I least eligible nominees are I

Newspaper !I Counter i Dy !'proximately Two 1&57 $200 Fords damage l'ectkea..ap.each,, For Rotary dub I i Committeemen required si* to complete the .slat -- '

( Tuesday about 11:15: a.m. in an and August' 15' is the dead&i'ej I'
I BY PAUL WARWICK I I i.| for completing this action.l., -r
: ai i\ NATIONAl EDITORIAL., I II I, Eddie Hollingsworth, fo ing' Ii accident just South of the c trlitnils I BY PAUL WARWICK !i The Nassau ASC County Com- Any person nominate by petit I

S II I j Fernandina Beach .High School on 8th Street i I Almost 4,000,000 person* vis-i xoittee announced ,today that tion who is fowd to be :inelMffek*
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: J c8TI3H' I Except for frequent fronziedi I!. graduate and fon of Kiwanian I I Mrs. Peggy Jo Carter drivingspmh ited 42 State Parks in Florida i I nominating: petitions for ASC will be promptly notified aw.d

6A tl T i i chirpings! and now and then a Lonnie and :Mrs. Hollingsworth. ) was making a left turn during!: the Yt'arended 'Jane 30 ',County Committeemen will be he may appeal to the goer

ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION: i attained and lovely aria from j spoke to Kiwanians Monday !!''off the highway when her auto and a whojvping ..500,000f I I. acc.epted'.at the .county office committee at any time prior/:10
come more melodious creature in '!evening on the McDonnell Aircraft was hit i in the left rear: by tho 1- brought along their camp through Friday, August 9. Eligible for ,rplet ttt"
: Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office the deadline date c .. ...
I I the jungle behind out house -| PHANTOM II, also known other: Ford driven bj Charles A. : equipment and stayed at least persons nominated by petition of the slate of Jiwmness. ,"/ '
4.-Bernandina Beach, Florida, as second class mail maUtt.i' .
I our acquaintance 'with birds on I jas the F4H, which has recently I I Hall,. while passing two other I overnight. will be placed on the ballot elii-
information
Further on.
Subscription Rates: Fernandina Beach i is mostly restricted been: adopted by the U. S. Navy ,hears, according to FHP Trooper i There are 13 other parks in. to be used in the forthcoming and'oliur, 'r.
_-..:.... U' year 12.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months! I' to the antics of the gulls as a part of its air arm. i ICV H. Strickland} investigating the state system in which; visitors committee elections. bility requirements eletflons l .
of the ASC eau
$450 a year out of county I and the flying finesse of the .I Hollini!!:i\vorth, who i iq employed I of ricer; ; are not yet counted, it was also Chairman of the ASC County be details obtained at the ASCS; cO D1j'

i! pelicans.It's McDonnell in St Lour Mrs Carter's daughter, Mary'j explained "esterday by Ralph S. Committee, Dew:tt Conner, ex- in Hilliard.
and ; tempting, and maybe not I presented a color film entitled I Lynn, age 6, suffered several Hager Chief of Information for olained that nominating petitions office
Cowboys Engines ]ii' Irwin .Ca .
; ) .planI au'te fair, to dismiss the seagulls : "Phantom Joins The Fle t' minor cuts, and her mojher, Mrs. ;'the Florida Park Services, in a must be signed by at least six I u. i

as ever-hnngry busybodies. \ which was well received by the I 4ary Jane Moore of Alma, Ga., I talk before the Fernandina Beach ,persons who are eligible to vote Patronize Our .!dnrti ('I 1",. .
And the pelicans make you ':members. The speaker also dj?- i was shaken up. Thy were taken I Rotary Club. He was introduced in the elections. An eligible
wonder: How in all this remarkable emminated illustrated brochures r to Humphreys Memorial Hospital by Gil Beckeri a Rotarian and voteris any person having interest '

I world can a bird so downright ;, on the Phantom II and the l. treated and released. Superintendent*, of Fort Clinch in a farm as owner, tenant I There's No .. ....

l homely as a uel'can, on j ini Spacecraft, also Gem'l Hall was charged "'Withimpro- !' State Park,' /;' or sharecropper, and who is ; Need To Wait.
I r foot. tw so gorgeously gracefulin j McDonnell. .per passing. I The overall increase in attend- !eligible to participate in any of'i .

flight? j i Program Chairman Tom Die I ance at the state parks has .been' the Federal farm programs admirayerfid -

O i The conductor. of this column by presented the speaker. Club :1 notable! said Hager, who said the by the ASC county
- must admit he lives with a certain singing was led bv Nelson Mover -I Solomon Rowe :'increase had been most impressive committee.
bias on birds. He could and Bill Webb president' I Jo the number of families'I Conner pointed out that since THE CASH

1 I never be a fervent member of a .j Elect, presided in the absence of i "(Continued from Page One) ,I who came to camp. The half milTon the committeemen to be elected
bird-wateh'ng society because he. i Bryan Rauschert. Ii Iii t 'I who stayed at least one will play an imporant part inI I YOU WANT
confesses to ingrained prejudice Solomon led Fernandina in I "
an said.
I Raymond Hartledge and John night in 1962-63 he com- the agricultural} affairs of the
I against pigeons. I could I McDcnald of the Cottondale Club i I Ii hitting with a single and home i I:flared to only 52,000() such visitors county during the coming year, CAN BE
bring myself to admire a run' with Kicky Jones coming .
.never i made up their attendance. Other in '1952."Camping persons nominated should be
pigeon.It I :ihrough with two singles. Stew-:; is- America's fastest- activ farmers or
Kiwanians Past currently
I visifng were
all stems from World War I art Pikula! and Tommy Skipper ", IN YOUR HANDS
} Lt. Governor Walter Rice of the : growing outdoor"port, Hager : ranchers who are best qualifiedfor l
J that almost-forgotten fracas added to the Fernandina hits.. : that this is hopeful committee work and
I I Lake City Club and Bob Thall : .. aid, ,adding a county
that called a halt 45 years i lof the Arlington Club of Jacksonville i Tommykipper came though sign ...:... "since the family (who will be lepresentative of ALMOST AS > -
ago this coming November.The j '! with: a couple of outstanding defensive that plays together' and prays. the various. types of agriculture

82d Division, in which I .| Stan Tarlton presented a ne\11 i plays for Fernandina together, usually stays together." : in the county.Shortly<<; SOON AS YOU
was a Signal Corps corporal} of i Kiwanian: AI Eason who is em- wHh Fletcher Shurley and Mark Hager, in cescribing the state I after the Aug. '9 ded-

..... I moderately good standing; fabulous, was I ployed at Ra,onier, and Bob Fer- Mbrris making fine defensive system of parks said there is a'' Toe for accerting nominating- ASKFORIT ''
the ----
preparing to enter pjays. ---:-- -
reira presented Walter Smith, Florida State Park within a few
I Me se-... rgonne offensive in the:knew' owner jet the Wes'>rn Auto Rowe, 'who relieved Solomon minutes ,drive of' almost every .
latter days of September 191S. Stor, both of whom will be in-I.:n the first walked only 2 bat'. community and that there is .a V ...
"SEE C. Be'Pete'
i We were in the battered town of i[ ducted into the club at the meeting ters and struck, out seven in allowing park to 'meet just about every ;; ,,,
... I Varennes, waiting to move for ':i. next Monday. four hits, .to ,rack up the : recreational need. I J I When you do I,
w I ward. A young lieutenant, carrying title for the Feinandina team.. Newt Roberts gave the club ai; INGRAM" I
... :. what looked like an over- SCORE business with GA.C.
the
competition
BOX : [rundown en golf I II
. ;.' sized fishing erect, moved to- Scouts Receive Fernandina 'ab r'. h I next Wednesday, August 7, between I Ii FOR everything is handled '"

Y ward me."Corporal. ,i : Rowe, rf-p, 310 i Rotary and Lions ClUb. "<, If'
,'., ," he said "you have Shurley, Sb ,3 0 0 .I I members.The Real Estate cn a simplified basis a. "

I Ios been designated to care for these i i Camp EchockoteeI Godwin, If-cf 210 I meeting presided over by Life Insurance "' ..
birds." Jn the wicker contraptionhe Pikula 311 F. Stone Jr., had as guests'! ..
Hugh ,
r
"OH, ,KHOM1 OUT..I 16UUS ID Unit CIT OiNNIt IN THE ovrrl" I c ; ]Retirement Income LOANS UP TO $S00
handed me were two pigeons.Of i Honor!! Award i Burbank If. 000 Carl Gladfelter' of Atlanta; the j Health & Accldentijospitalization
the homing variety. He gave Lewis of Baltimore: i
Ji* TrovWiri Safety Strvi'cjfoung Morris, rf 2. 0 ,0 > Rey. Bill G.A.C.PINANCE(
I -
: ..: j me a few pointers both of us : Solomon, 'p-<:f 322 :!'and Jim Crawford of Dem_ opolis,: .
under the shellfire Scouts Kenneth and Frank( 2b' 302 I' Ala. .
nervous Jones: Medical
Major
drivers were Involved in more than 27% cf ibe I i .. I ,.
:
: Fiala members of Scout
Boy ,
And I was in the homing pigeon Sapp, Ib 300. I (
i Disability Monthly Income \
fatal accidents in 1961. I business. Troop 213, received the "Camp 301
Skipper, ss I
--- I For ten days I lugged that Ii Echokotee Honor' Camper i Totals 26 ; 5 6 I t.S okey Say.t- L. L B HAN'NONIXSpRANCE' CORPORATION
I Alt.oPEN UTTER :Dicker cage through the Argon- Award" at the last flag ceremony : JAX NAVY I I604DA 308 Atlantic Avenue
I at Camp Echokotee last Fernandina Beach Florida
.
one Forest,_ in addition to everything I Carroll ss 311 VICE y I
I il I Telephone 261-3681
The President of the United else I had to lug as a two. Saturday.The Chadwick2b: 020 I
Slates
Senators Phone 261-5269
fo ,andresentatives Hip- colorful bar, to be attacked I htO FIVE OFFICES IM JACKSONVILLE
striped champion of Democracy.The Spano cf 300 I
qf. the U. S. Congress: pigeons were only to be used :' to the Camp's Patch, :Is Herbert, rf 300 I __ '_' 1
in of extreme awarded each scout camper who Sweet, If.-* 301' -----, ----- --
I. JJoncrable Sirs: case emergency : 5- .
! ;when all other means of communication -''successfully completes and shows, Deeds, Ib, 300 ; 0rr b
,' I have just recently read an editorial in one tof our had totally failed. : proficiency in the following: !': Harrell 3b .'. .. > 300 T

better publications in this state dealing with "'Juv Mlle Delinquency That day finally came, in the II 1. Rifle"Ranee Safety Course' Calmer, c .;',.... .-3' 1 1 : : BirthdayFrom
Tour of 'Happy
," Npt only have I read many .of this type ,t'.d.it-: :rubbled village of Sommerance, 2. Writes Historical = 5lachingo,. p ... 000
Echokotee 3. Tea rei I
Camp .
Trials in local of Senator ;, I .McClow, p 301
publications but also in many .of our number of Knots
quired -
i! Totals 24 4 1Rernandina H. rN iN
[
magazines Jim Gould prominent auto dealer -
I' I ,.*.papers, etc. and public servant in Brunsxwjck | 4. Meets the B.S.A. Physical I :- 401-000 5 tiJLax j ,

,| Tons of fine paper, inks, an$ many, .many, hours of I :, will be among; pany vhomemberthejspotj .Qualify i_ Exercises as a equipments Swimmer. -- 5 6..;' Navy 210 010 4 4With a Judge J. ,E. (Gene) Weather r .

press time, radio time, TVjtime, ivrite ps'time, fldkorj s,tiro I iWTelephonaij&ey fBuUd Fire :with Stett"VCatcli.Fjsh i 6.Be. ..
courts time and 'what have"you,1iaei: ). ei1 used yp teJUhjj'j' hid "long a:ro'- Se! blasteJ f and: .prepare for a ,,"omanin orbit this Don, Forget Your Birth Month..' Is v
* tie American public! and 1 the world it Jsrge what .:& tocfc ( tJ\Vnl dispatch rfdcrs filM} runners Eating send :and receive 100 letter I old planet is running more or i ,
were finding. it almost impossible !I less risk 'of being plagued gain
\i itf young hoodlums we are bringing up in America today!.! ; to the : message Properly handl'ngof !' I:wfth flying saucers," Lou's Time To Renew Your Driver's License
I and admitting to all and sundry that we can not or will slot Ito get through a Canoe, and Properly Hand. i ii Nelson Bowman Careful. .. Heed I Ii
steady German barrage: King City (iMo.). ,
r i' i It !
I anything sensible about it. : hang of Rowboat. Tri-County News h.*) Smokey'I.Advice {
The officers! called for the pig-
Both Scouts also received their!I II I- ...... .. ---
: -Jhat we do have juvenile ; eons... That meant rue. - -- -' .. >I:
"
a delinquency problem int. "
Swimming Merit Badge CertiJicotes. .
America all of They gave me the distress mes i w ._ __ ._:.. ; IPy."fJf ti...T'/.. _. .
today us are willing to admit and that it isi I ,

a grave anti dangerous problem we are also willing to admit I on sage.a I thin.coded.strip it,of wrote tissue it, rolled down w. uepa. 5S5-T p// joofl unoj..' ',8,';.A.y Psseio W;! j r iqiuwy.3,. .. .MaN.. w..ow ..{ens ? e'-5 -.

4- but that we cannot do anything to help remedy the ,situation -I the paper and inserted it in the Charge Of Murder ?r

t except waste money on youth centers, recreation capsule on the pigeon's l leg contrived
Halls, etc. (where the juvenile delinquents never go), .\\* for that purpose. I I ,.d1 '

will net admit. then from a trench; I released : ,By Coroners Juryin .,
the pigeon. Did he take a be-
1 I '1 e will not admit either that home environment or line for headquarters: ? No sir

1 fulfills .are the prime) factors in a boy or girl turning into': be circled ground a bit, then lit Hiiikrd Slaying ,> re ,

a l laiu bwaker. or worse, although of course it is a contrilut ,his fat self on a nearby wall __ ,

I} Jpg factor and one jth&t causes us all grave concern, one ; remnant of some peasant's home. An inquest was held Frida" in I r (
12 '
r"" uhwh with its many complexities:: i is: exceptionally difficult,1,1t But he :was still! my .pigeon: : the slaying ,of Morris; Best janun. i y r R

t:)) ,tpe 1 with Hut this can also be considerably alleviatedif I So I clambered! out ef the bole Jacksonville Negro, and a ,coron, i I II
we will but work toward that end diligently and efficiejity i and did all I know how to do. : er's jury found that ,the deceasedmet I II

| and by taking into consideration the fact that in our I, There I was in No Man's Land, his death: at the bands -of: ___; I
smack in the riddle of a World Sammy Lee Williams, Hlliaid :
ejoufltry Jcdav living costs hate gone up so l high tbat it is i rI
War& throwing rocks at a pifp"n Negro. It
f an almost absolute necessity for every member of the nor- ,:while the shells fell s\\\ around. i 1 Benjamin was alleged to havebeen i \ I II
; rnuhjjmericaji f famil! v who i* qualified or is able to get I I t
: And ,my brave companions, Burn slain la Billiard: at si '"bee:'
some type .of employment in order to keep the home fires 'em, were yelling catcalls a1e joint" operated by Jloxie Salvage _

'1 (rem going out entirely. from behind walls and from following an altercation with I LI r : J
.
.trenches. Williams. .
t : tfu! our huqbJe: opinion jail sentences or confinement in > .
I One rock finally hit near Williams is being: held on the
dur 1risous does little to correct the situation Let us ask enough my pigeon to startle him murder charge for grand jury I :3-A3ISSV13H318WVHM3N-TIV

you-Mr. President and lawmakers of our country YVhafg ai\d he took ,off, straight for action. .

so Cad about a short jail sentence or confinement in -an ,Germany But he DID turnaround i, County Judge J. E. (Gen ) I Ii .

institution! in the good ole U.S.A. today Good clothes to I and finally get the message Weatherford was on the bench )

weir, good food to eat, good bed to sleep on, plentyof i back to headquarters. i'at the inquest and Assistant I )

t qlttPm 1 t tlt fcr recreation, little or no work to do, time off go I hope my .bird-loving State Attorney Thos. J, Shave. I ATBamUer'63 THEM!
lorfcgcod behavior, etc. Not bad, not bad at aH Ever -.: friends, will pardon me jf my me- Jr., conduced questioning of ANY WAY YOU LOOK ,
'
.of not witnesses for the state.TwbaB" .
myries J pigeons are among :
< nr1t'cjs. a vacation once in a while and what could tie : pleasantest The only pigeon
sweeter than one at the expense of the state? No answer my.ernat the moment is squab
I J < I
neru.) there under glass :, Godwin .x'y ..

: -No gentlemen, youth centers, recreation halls, moll)". i I (Continued from PAr" Qnpt .

4{;opting and all the rest of it are not the answers to our MARINA lOGs (; tempted score ,on Ricky Jones' 3

put...llile delinquency problem. The answer i is WORK for I single but was thrown out at the

On&iployed youths who are old! enough to work ((16 to 20 I i I plate. .

and;up) and who for the most part, arc perfectly willing I : Jones and Godwin got the only -is .

(o work, but find employment out of the question because I i, two Fernandiua hits with Jfileon '

rjiejje: are no jobs No jobs for American youth, gentlemen I: /-s \ .;,Jjm leading Nicholson Cedar and Hills Ray with AjuJer 2 hits.: .

while billions of tax dol.
our government spends our '
son getting: the other hits by the .
J' rt..AO that there will be employment for the youth of losers.

other nations around the globe Frankly, gentlemen d U't ... Godwin struck out 8, Allowed i'
you find this just a little bit embarrasing? But this also ....... ... :::=--- 4 hits and did not walk a single C I

eair-be considerably alleviated by the use of a little good6dicomnioji I .......... _-_ -' -..-.a. .. batter. I -; 1\

horse sense" on your part, i e Reduce the ;,I ---or BOX SCORE Vi... _. _. .., S
agrl'ntit for retirement sud up the benefits so that a man docking at the new City Fernandina ab r h : p j

n4=hL wife ran fut half way comfortably without bavhave Marina during the past week Rowe, rf 300 '
were as follows with the name Shurley, 3b 300 -
IS
part-time employment.
i)1Oo) : 'I of the boat the owner, his address Solomon, cf 300 __ I\ / S S 1

: :Picture if you will, the millions of Americans who down : and length of boat. listedin 1 Pkula, c 200 m --,

t(+b irjugh the years have given of their best to our country that sequence. I, Haddock If 210 '! ="

an -who now Ache in all their joints, yet have to plug along4t Tinker Too Don unfelt! 'I Godwin, p 201 .-
feet. 2b 201 I
Sarasota Florida, 21 Jones
chores because financially unableto
ftitir daily they are
Tonsue 1I. D. L Adams, To- 'ISapp, Ib 2 0, 'F H
retire and yet are more than willing to step down and
: 200
ledo, Ohio, 35 feet Skipper, sa
lit some "juvenile delinouent" take over. Yes, gentleman Veki >, R. K. Moore, Jacksonville !totals 21 1 2]I '
it is our considered opinion that millions of "juvenile de' Florida. 28 feet. CEDAR 'HILLSI i,=1 ?5 =!: /Car of the Year ,

Cnquents* would cease to be one of Americas tnost, pressing ; Wajjae. Wally Bennett, Del.I! Glenn, 3b- 3 0 y*,2( ,

and expensive problems just by the use of a Wtk ran Beach Flor.da: 28 feet. Nicholson, c 301;:: I Ii -

':common horse sense" en the part of our lawmakers and Swift, Irwin H. Richardson, Floyd, If 3 O'O i I CLOSE OUT SPECIALS

the cost Jlif any) of such a program (retirement at knot Tifton, Georgia, 18 feet.'Lucky :Moore, ss 2 00* 1 1t 1: II .

aver GO )'etr3)) would be more than offset by the good it Rebel, C. W Smith, t..Anderson, cf 2't v I STATION WAGONS CONVERTIBLES -- HARDTOPSHARRELL'S !
I Palm Beach, Florida, S2 feet. Combs, p 2 00 SEDANS I ;
do
would for youth.
our ; :Zudu J. Jennings, Oyster Bay, Tyler, Ib 2 OJfO'Priggers ,

Yours with a pmyer for world peace .and a sensible instead New Jersey, 38 feet. rf 200 t an : i ;I

of an expensive'approacjb.,. to all of Americas. problem. l'Jacksonville Zetebel!, ,W.Florida Harold 26".Parhara feet ,i I Totals Bonsar, 2b 21 200 ONFemandin i I AUTO SERVICE Jasmine fS I 4

.. Sincerely, I Dollar Eater H. R. Gilbert, CIO 660 1"-* *4 L
; ; Frank L. DarehiiRer. Athens, Georgia, 54 tfeL Cedar Hills 000 000 0 A j _

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: o of f!;1 St. Gerard's Chapter Presents Program Mayer-Alvarez Wedding Solemnized I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida. -- -Thursday- --T----, August 1, 1963 ,.Page Three r



i \; At Quarterly Meeting Episcopal Women .4' ." r Graduates of FBHS Classes of '37 0 BELEAGUERED land of mockingbirds SOUTHLAND COO PER-' S: ":


r If, t ,I! The quarterly meeting of the I y. And 33 Hold Reunion At SandbarA Singing Dimly seen in the among moonlight the blossomsOf

Women of St. Peter's Episcopal magnolias LAUNDRYCoin
.. Pre-Nuptial Parties
Church was held Monday even '
reunion of the 1937 and 1938 Byron McNally of Orlando, for 1 Whose symmetry :.
Fete Miss ing My 29, in Hall
Whitney
5 g King, graduating classes of Fernan traveling the fartherest for the II And olive-green loveliness ',.
with 21 and Father Elli I
Bride of July 25 women dina '''High was held in the priv- reunion; and Mrs. M. R. Pikula, Defy description; OperatedMrs.
sor present. :Miss Louise Las
ate dining! room at the Sandbar for having the youngest child. I Whose lordly hills
serre conducted the worship jl .
Pre-nuptial parties complimented pro- Saturday evening, July 27. Tribute was paid to two former Stand guard Doris Howard,
I Miss Margaret Joyce gram. I Rainbow colors of the 1937 Against the cold, unfeeling
t j teachers Mrs. J. C. Bennett and I.I.i Manager
King, whose wedding to James: I Mrs. E. E. Lasserre, president I class and blue and gold of the Mrs. W. H. Russell. north,

Edward Skipper was an event of opened the business meeting and 38 class were used in the dec- i I II And it's chilling winds Hth Cr Beech Sh.
W j Music, popular during the two
called for the of
reading the min I That
July 25. orations. Letters designating the are strangers to the
utes the Mrs. Gil-,I h years, was played and the class
f A miscellaneous shower was by secretary fW7 : classes formed the backgroundfor warmthOf
j read by Gray.
I prophecy was
bert
Vizcarrondo. The treasurer'sreport
given July 18 at the Social Hall i ;i the speakers table. thy pleasant lakes and meadows
made by Mrs. A. A. j Those present from the classof
was : ; Gary Stewart, president of the :
of the First Baptist Church, ;
1 I Bodine. Mrs. Mildred Babb, Per- '37 were, Margaret Stewart :
37
served of
class as master
with Mrs. Henry Skipper, Mrs. Was land
sonnel Chairman i44 :1 McXally, Tom Lannon Carol ever a more blest
Bob and gave a sum ceremonies Gifts! of remembrance -
Sylvester Mrs. Doug
I IJ
: Anderson Irene Moore By nature's bounty '
Hardee ,
Willis hostesses. mary of the duties involved in I were presented the following -; .
I personnel work including a brief rc a : Mrs. Paul Burns for McMonagle, Gray Stewart, Kathleen Than thee, '. _
: Lovely arrangements of pink the work in I J Davis Carolyn Klare AVE
missionary
report on having the most children; Mrs. Thou renowned cradle "
: I and white gladoli were used on Haiti, advising that she was i Crisp and Leighton Shave.: I
Of the founders
of this
the republic :
serving and gift tables. The
:. placing related literature on the & Those from the class of '381 .
motif carried! in Or more envied < -
out ,
paste was
church bulletin board in order
( Pouring punch were :Miss San- were, Myrtle Tippins Hammond,
other party arrangements.The that the women could better dra Harrison of Jacksonville, I Nell Lee Ryfun, Gloria Stewart By those less favored, EXTRA

honoree received a num- familarize themselves with this Miss Judy Kear, Miss Carolyn Pikula Buddy Anderson, Dor- Who have sometime sought
ber of gifts as a remembrance of Department.Mrs. Dunman and Miss Jackie Carter. I othy Routzong Sanders, and Annie With fire and sword

the occasion.On Lasserre presented a recommendation Miss Margaret Bullach of Partin Bums. To destroy thee;

from the Execu- Y 3 3 \ '4 ,k .
..
Seek, yet to create a false 10
%
July 23rd, Miss Sara tive Board which met on the '" book.
.,. :' and Mrs. W. H. Russell, Mr. and image :
Franklin feted Miss King with a 25th, that the price of Smorgasbord 4.y The guests enjoyed dancing on 'r-'
.
lingerie shower at her home on tickets be increased from ,:.',. : the patio to the music of "The I Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Clayton Of the mores of thy people. ? ,
; \
.: .'?.::: Paul Burns, Mrs.
.. South 7th St. $2.00 to $2.25 for 1963. A motionwas $:' Casuals" of Brunswick Georgia. Sanders
I i The filthy of writers Car
pseudo
Callahan Dan pens on Compact :
; the Leighton Shave ,
Slimmer flowers and made, seconded and carried { During the evening, couple
) greenery ; left for South Florida. The bride II Crisp, Jacksonville, Mrs.\ Gray
that this recommendation be ac Insurance with
i were j used. at vantage points ? \ traveled 'in a becoming avocado Stewart, Jacksonville Mrs. Tom Who have sold their sordid' tales -
the cepted. Mrs. Lasserre stated that (1' I
throughout .
rooms. I tickets would be available at the .. silk shantung suitith beige! I Lannon, M. R. Pikula, Andrew To a clientele eager to receive, ,
Fruit punch and cookies were next quarterly meeting.The accessories. A" corsage of the |I Ryfun, Brunswick, Ga. and How i And give them credence; STATE FARM :
served from the table
dining white orchid from her bridal ard Hammond.
overlaid with a white linen cloth, president then made the j Have sought ,to impugn j
complimented with white gladoli following announcments: bouquet completed her ensemble. And besmirch thy culture. ,.., MUTUALOwners

and fern and lighted white tap.. August 27th 10:00: to 12:00: The bride graduated from Robisons Attend Biased news '

ers. I A.M., Coke Party for new mem '. Fernandina Beach High School ; Gift and Jewelry Purveyed by media
bers. September 5th Begin- and is employed by the State That choose to cater to the rabble of most compact ear'now
Receiving prizes for bridal ning of Study Group conductedby I Farm Insurance Company in I Shows In Atlanta get an extra 10% laving.
the\ honoree and Miss
games were
J Father Ellisor, using the book I Rri&1k Jacksonville.The I In the streets on major coverages with State
who her ;
OToung presented
Sally and Mrs. K. W. Robison
entitled "An Approach to the bridegroom graduatedfrom Mr. And selfstyled spokesmenFor Farm..in addition to Stat.-
gift to Miss King.Approximately f'(1 \
i Church" Carroll Fl. Fernandina Beach high I returned last weekend from At .
Episcopal by the National policy Farm' 'already low rat. Call]
nineteen guests I Simcox. The study will cover the I : School and is presently serving lanta, Ga., where they attended Are seeking to destroyThe me today and find out hot

enjoyed the affair I subjects, "What is Religion", I ,, with the Special Forces of the gift and jewelry'shows.Upon ancient landmarksOf much you may saTLJames \
"What is Christianity" and ;' : : U. S. Army stationed at Fort their return they stated thy pastBayonets

Week "What is this Anglican Version ; Bragg N. C. that new merchandise will b: '
Scouts
Spend of Christianity". Father Ellisor I d &'j i Out of town guests were, Mr arriving soon and will be on dis That have lain idle Bowers .

) told the group of his proposed i I '...... I i: ,. and Mrs. Leo Smith Mrs. David play in their store. For a hundred years, '
At Camp La No Ch' plans for the study sessions and ;; i. #{;:: ; Melzer, Mr. and Mrs. Al Para- Again are lifted against thee. 314 Atlantic Avenue

asked that anyone interested or MRS. SAMUEL PASCO ALVAREZMiss diso and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Pas- About 75% of all electrical And only God knows what the Phone 261-3982 i

Three Scouts returned Saturday I knew of anyone interested in attending chel, all of Jacksonville Mr. and appliances are bought by people end will be ..

from Camp LA NO' CHE to notify him: Lillian Agnes Mayer, r lands of bridal fern with white I Mrs. Nick Capare and Mr. Gilbert who had no intention of buying Yet this I know, ,

the Central Florida Boy Scout I September! 15 at '7:30 A.M. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank and lavender chrysanthemums I Henery of Cocoa Beach them at the beginning of the That the courage and high purpose HAT MM MUTUALa" "I.'

Camp 'located in Ocala National Corporate Communion for the Mayer, and Samuel Pasco and pink and white carnations, : Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Alvarez year. And since 88% of American AUTOMOUU INJUlANd ....

Forest'on Lake Norris near Par Women'With breakfast served in ez were united in Alvar-I completed the decorations.Mrs. I grandparents of the bridegroom families receive a newspaper Of our fathers COMPANY ..

sley, after a week of adventure Whitney Ha.ll by members of the I I urday afternoon, July Leo Smith, aunt of the I'' Mr. and Mrs. Augusta Alvarez 1 every day, the chances are thata Was not buried with their bones. kuOmit:1laaritttss run : IMwAMl
From Troop 89 were David Al Vestry Mrs/:.Lasserre advised ;! St. Michael's Catholic Church at I bride of Jacksonville and Miss I and Mr. and Mrs. Salvo Vega, newspaper ad gave them the

and that the offering .for that day three o' lock.I Donna Bailey served the cake. all of Tampa. idea. Herbert Luke. .
lison and Robert Johnson, I .
.,..
from 191, Patrick Leary. 'would be used as'1he Provincial] I I Mr. Alvarez is the son of Mr. ) --- -- --- .

r .. i gift and turned over'-to the Department ''and l Mrs. Albert Alvarez. .. .' ,
The
Scouts arrived at
campat -I' .I
of Christian Social I The Rev. Wm. P. O'Keefe, acting
noon July 21 and were assigned .....
lations to be used in the relig i'i pastor officiated at the. II. II
..to-a provisional Troop. Groupsof I Ii
double S UMMER
ious education field for Episeop-" ring cermony. .. :
eight were formed into patrols : _
asked al scholars. i The altar was decorated with I
and Patrick was to
Following the business session arrangements of white gladioluses I j
as Patrol Leader.
serve)
the meeting was turned over to ; porn poms and garlands 'of I II
During the week the bO3w9rked
on Merit Badges, enjoyed St. Gerard's Chapter. Mrs. L. D.;J I bridal fern. I ....... ,
camp fire ceremonies swam Lowe and Mrs. Mildred Babb I I Mrs. Peyton Bradley, organist, ; .
narrated a, story covering fourcategor.es :: rendered a program of nuptial ; (iaAje 1
J in the lake, traded, made new : ',J. II
of "facades" i i music bied.
frjends' : and enriched their : presenting as the guests assel ,
of human tendencies the .
"Scouting Spirit". a picture : Immediately preceding ceremony I
to mask one's true self and i Miss Carolyn McGeeeaang,,: I Ii
On aS'ater i
: Wednesday Carnival individuality, with Mrs. Otto I "The Lord's' Va'yer" and-,!freMaria" (
and Klondike Gold Rush .
< a r
.. held. Phanstiel, Mrs. Vizcarrondo Mrs. i j .
wtre
Oscar Odom and Mrs. William The bride given'In marriage
tr The highlight of the week was I O'Leary enacting the respective ,I by her father, w6re, a lovely ,
j Uk ORDER OF THE ARROW roles as they were read, using I gown of white peau de soie. The ". "

pageant presented Friday night. unique masks appropriate to tha delicately molded bodice featured -

By the.. the,bow 1> light of canoes of torches coming held from in art subject work to on cover the masks their face.was done The I outlined a scalloped in imported.s f>rina lace neckline and I During, Our Annual Summer Clearance Sale, Now In Progress, You Will Find Bargains Galore

across the lake. The spectatorsw I by Miss Diane Davis. The women -I long tapered sleeves ending in I
{|$ awed by the mysterious then divided into groups jo. lyJftints over the wrists. The '
riUa of the Indian ceremonies be- I discuss and analyze their....ih \; \ofnmTnous skirt fell from soft i Throughout Our Store :
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ii **depicted by members of the elusions and impressionsrghine4 "
pleats into a wide chapel train. ,
O:3. The program was narratedby from the enactmentThe 11: Appliques of imported lace enhanced '

: -* Chief in full regalia, delivcrTfiJ meeting was adjournedand the beauty of the flow- Here Are Just A Few Of The Values .
his oration in an epic poem. the women enjoyed a social ing gown. Her fingertip veil d i Outstanding : .:

The following Merit Badge hour, with refreshments served sheerest illusion was in scalloped -
wfte earned: David First Aid by St. Cecelia's Chapter. : tiers attached to a queen's .

J Rowing and Swimming; Robert I crown of pearls and irridescents.Her -- '
First Aid, Rowing and Swim- Hang clothes out to air and I bouquet was formed of a I '

mIni; Patrick Pioneering and scrub the interior of the closet i large pure white cataleya orchid LADIES I SUMMER DRESSES MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS I

11 Rawing.ftf; with arstrong baking soda solution showered with white Frenched

and Mrs. Henry Allison one cup of soda per bucketof carnations and stephanotis. $2.98 & $3.95 $4.95 & $5.95 $6.95 AND UP
accompanied the boys to and hot water, to overcome. dank The bride's sister Mrs. Herbert $12.95 & $14.95 | $8.95 & $10.95 t "

fits.$ camp. mildewy aromas. E. Kieferndorf of Milwaukee I Now $2.59I Now $3.591 i 3 OFF .
-4 -- Wisconsin, was matron of Now 7.99 Now $5.95 -

;,........ xiw :., honor. Her gown of deep purplo:: ... 2 For $5.00 I 2 For $7.00 .
--- -f. rw silk organza featured a fitted --
Id Back [ bodice with a satin cummerbund

,. r t encircling the waist and falling
11 1oI1)'nd'eck.lW into graceful wide streamers extending -
I I'rufrssional athletes preparation for participation
to the hem of the short
in their chosen sports not only to sharpen their re:11Ut'S sheath skirt. Her circle veil was LAD; SUMMER MEN'S BERMUDA SHORTS ONE TABLE
and timing,,|>yt,to get themselves in peak physical con I ,
few months of the hate caught to a headpiece of match. i '
.4ition. The rest oMivfor a jear one
..tray a week which 'we'can devote to recreational activities and ing satin topped with a cluster SPORTSWEAR $2.98 & $3.95 $a.9&as.9, LADIES I SHOES

: :tfe want to make the most t of that one day. of tulle and pearls and she carried -
lavender satin double wed Now $2.59 I Now $3.59 VALUES TO $7.95
JJ Water skiing is becoming more and more popular. One I ding rings caught with cascade 2 5 o' All, ,
mould
condition himself before *kiin;. There is a strain on the $3.99
-4eg muscles and the back muscles take the jolt and jars of theJirater. I bouquets of lavender porn poms 2 For $5.00 2 For $7.00 GOING AT PAIR

There Is a whipping and snapping of the neck. While I' and Frenched pink carnations. -- -
3 JOu are having fun that afternoon jou do not notice the lightening 'Bridesmatrons were Mrs. Mary
.- ot. the muscles:! and Mrent'ss. but upon getting out of bed I I i Ellen Barnhardt, Mrs. Gary Haddock
"the net morning jou can hardly make it. i I and Mrs. John Megna sister 'IT"" w"-

of the bride, also of Milwau-
"* Ifjvcu are one of the hundreds of water skiers ho suffer NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
kee. MEN'S
;(001 beck and bark trouble, consult jour chiropractor. Junior bridesmaids were; Miss MEN'S SUITS & KNIT SHIRTS

L Thea Laine McKendree and Miss LADIES & CHILDRENS $2.98 2 FOil '

l I Ta. Rita Alvarez sister of."the: bridegroom SPORT COATS $::1.95 Now $2.59 $5.00

SWIMWEAR I
< The bridal attendants gowns $1.95 & ($ 59 2 FOil ,

; : '$ r and bouquets were identical' to F. 25 % OFF $3.95 WOW $7.00
that of the matron of )onor in 1-3 1 0 F $6.95 and Up 1-3) OFF

)P r' k 1 lighter tones of purple\ and. pale ,-.r- ..-...",,", -
lavender. l ..J.O<
I 0 'R wv ti \
Serving as best :man,was Dan

1 r, Griffin Jr. Ushers' we're: Paul 1 .....mooh1EN'S -. '. ,
i.
i y 4 Hanson, Jr, JohnnyVMorris! and

wM Jimmy McFarland. .- Bermudas Nationally Advertised
\
The bride's moth( 1u 1: ss# vpink ALL BOYS Boy's ::,

silk 'shantung dress 'NvihV(
;
Canvas
G bi Play Shoes '"
r and white accessories 'and a $2.98 & $3.98
wo I DRESS SLACKS SWIM .
.,. a I corsage of pink srwjejfttoses.. TRUNKS $3.93 TO $ ,.9d
r
.. : ui I Mrs. Alvarez; *motrerof) '*of the Now $2.59 .

i bridegroom, wore a yellow silk 1-3 OFF 1
i. L.k' 1-2 PRICE
_*_ crepe dress with irridescent 2 For $5.00 Now $2.99 ..

"ii": Dtt. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN i white accssories. Her corsage was -'- .-
formed of yellow sweetheartroses.
KM
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I following the -. .. ,
Immediately
Kingsiand Clinic I
: Chiropractic
$ the bride's parents I
ceremony
I I entertained with a reception at MEN'S'! BOYS' POLOS ;:
;: ,,: t
Associated with Owen Chiropractic
th j;
Jetty Lodge. I
Clinic of Jacksonville I The bride's table overlaid witha Sl.OOFor $1.95For A. S. ALLAN L L :
I white cut-work embroideredcloth STRAW HATS :: -.:, i it

Hours Mon., Wed., Fri. 9.12G i against a background of 89cS1.59 $1.39 I
"
I? summer greenery, was centered 1-2 t For $2.95 For II&. .. .
*" 131 Kings St. Phone 729-5644 with a three tier wedding cake PRICE ATLANTIC AVENUE t tJ 1

KINGSLAND, GEORGIA i embossed with white orchids and ;i $1.29 $1.99 \ :
iI "' = 1iiI--- .. .
I pink wild roses. Lighted tapers \!

in. silver! candelabra ..and _gar-1 j oJ "
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1 ,........... Miss Cfemttrts .WeaVWiKkmi T. Ciiy Jr. I. August is ont of, the, besL*

PERSONAL' months to move or divide day* ,

Dr. Woolssy Urgeslawiunizotion .Miss BerttJe Brkk of David Picket 0 ',''I I i finished Hires because blooming they and hare gone usually dormant '


Mrs. Terrell Norton and infant I I Jimmy Glausier and his i fiancee ; .,., ..,. : X b by then, but there is practically
i For son, Richard, will arrive Sunday Miss Janice Hayes of I no time when a daylily

from. Norfolk, Va. to spend twi) ; Camilla, Ga., will be spendini:: 1 'Y $ ., may not be moved and it is a .

weeks with her parents, Mr. the weekend with his und and< v y .. ratler strenuous hot weather
Pre-School
f Ages Wood. ''. r, ,',\. tasl.: The tops are cut bad: -toi' '
: and Mrs. Ralph I IIrs. aunt, Mr. and tilts Hoyt Lotto:. .
shouldbe
d4d+Yx. about six inches and care

"' Ae you providing adeauate Kate Kersey and daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Robert taken not to plant deeper

protection for your children .Z-,-.:' Joy, of Mac n, Ga., will be had as their guests for the past.. ... i than, they were gro ring. Some ])'

against{ polio tetanus, whooping guests of !fr. and Mrs. Cedrk I two weeks, their son-in-law and ; ]/. :a: growers form a mound ef soil '
1'
cough and diptheria? Dr B. F. M : Deny and !fro and Mrs. Ralph i daughter, Mr. and 3Irs.\ W. P. in the center of the hole on,>

1i tiro" 1. Wood for several days next i Joyner, and children, Barbara : the base of the
Woolsey, Director of the Nassau ,,. ,., ,. ,., ,..raa ; which to rest
'County lt,*alth Department, reports 4 week. I Linda and Susan, of Jesup, Ga plant, just as one would do when ,
: results of : s .4t planting a rose. The reason for
that ,a recent .: + .:f. Y Mrs. Herb Kiefendorf and Miss Sharon Halt, has as her ..
,
.bN i ti+ ,
y this is that the extremely heavy
survey, conduced by; U. S. Public r Mrs. John both of Milwaukee I .. I,
Meg aa, guest this week, Miss Loree My; ,
; i : of the dayfily has a
Health Service, reveal that ._ .i. root system
4. Wisconsin have been
of Ga.
families tend to ers Waycross, f ,.., tendency to pull the plait deep.
I many delay proper here for two weeks with their I :yT:. s :,
:
: immunization of their ch:t. ', rMWy Y .d'F, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs.\ R. A. Young and ,; er into our loose soils. Now is a

dren, especially bftween the ages ; k.lp Ma] r. They were attendants i in : two daughters, Lissa and Laura, ', ,>. > good time to demonstrate to.

I of one"to five when they arc + r.:N the wedding of their sister Miss I of San Francisco, are on an extensive yourself the tremendous water
k:
I most vulnerable to these disease. Lilly Mayer to Sammy Alvarez visit with Mrs. Young: .z capacity the daylily roots have
,' ,,, ,
rains most parts
I Less the w : mother, Mrs. Ruth Brown. Mrs With the recent '
than fifty; percent of on July 27. Mr. Kiefendorf and
'of the garden will be damp
is the former Miss Ellen
Young ,
::
I t nation's sehool children bit Magna joined their wives
p re- areadequately A tl'k1 t under the surface, but not so.
I last weekend to attend the wed Brown.
,
protected -against polio d !''PiF' J. the. daylily bed? those' roots go

t omyelitis. Corresponding figuresfor .. :a .. ; S s: : j Y. .; ding Milwaukee The couples this weekendFriends will return tc Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Lyons and b., i' about storing water in a hurry.' '

t protection against! diphtheria {w s,, ; ar ; wS Mr. and Mrs.\ Tommy Lyons spent :. Seed planting i is definitely not ,

whooping cough, and tetanus ; ; ,t of Mr. and Mrs. Walk a two weeks' vacation visiting an August chore except for special .

.. ) show that only about five million -) :er Cosson will regret to heat friends and relatives in Beaufort ;R .:. + wii.it. ..a l' ',. :. .e';.Z., '3o ij "v, :in .: :. ;,.a,. planting of items in very

of the sixteen and a half they were called to Crestview N. C., Seaford, Delaware, y i late August for spring bkwnu.

fi! million children from one to five I, tif'oi.d rasr, '. 4 F last Scnday due to the seriou and Chester, Pennsylvania.Mr. pL >$ Jjk4|* *&?* We see listed for August planting '

;: have had the three basic "DPT" I illness of his sister. HYf : late cosmos (that is: tjw
and Mrs. R. F. Roberts
Y t (diphtheria pertussis, tetarfui) ., .. %.. yellow or orange kind), gaillardia -
YY, had their last weekend .A. p 4. a \ ffe
I
immunizat'oas.: I Mrs. Mary Farwell of Jacksonville as guests u zinnia. That does not mean
: was the guest last weekend Billy Hrondock from Mac lenny. y : these seeds going to genual ,.
It,,is a.., good idea to spend time P f; are t
t, the to have I of Mrs, Sadie Sheffield and Lt. Marion Clark of Mr X ate unless a little care is taken.
during summer .your son % .... child's immunizations brought I Mr. and Mrs Cecil Pickett. She and Mrs. Rex Clark, is home &&. & *L \* :% a *; One would have a better chance
arrived Thursday to attend thj! with them it planted in containers -
to date before school starts with his 30
up parents on a day
.. i I Beville-Pickett wedding. I Miss Joy Ann Clements, daughter The. bride was graduated from in semi shade
ferto
again in September. leave from Ft. Benning, Ga. of bits Mildred .V.: Clementsand I Yulee High School in the Class' which or could later pots be moved to

Miss Scarlett Hamm left last and Mrs. Nick Peronls the late John A. 'Clements 'of j I of 1962 and is employed at Good
Mr. could hardly
I the garden. One : expect -
ads and
Shop your newspaper Saturday for her home in Ar- II Yulee, was united in marriag* Honsekeepfng Gas Company.
I keep the savings in your- ,owuipocketbeok. .MR. AND IRS. DAVID SHIELL PICKETT .1 Texas after and children Pete, Danny and Thomas on :I seed to germinate in oar
.I'I ansas Pas, spend Michael of Gary, Indiana, spent i to William 3 Cady, Jr. I f Mr. Cady graduated from Coffee 'quite hot midsummer sandy
ing a month with her grandpar July 11. The wedding was solemnized ] I County High School in 1961
-- I Memorial Methodist Cmircrprovided two days with his sisters, br:. I soils. Late annuals usually are
t 'I a beautiful setting I: ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamra Nick Titiakos and Mrs. John; : in Kingsland, Georgia. and attended South Georgia Jun '' quite prone to insect damage
at Amelia City. Enroute home Mr. Cady is the son of bf r. and : ior College. He is presently serving bulbs to be ,
Tiliakos. '
i Thursday afternoon, July 25,, too There are no
she will visit Miss Gail Lynn i in Mrs. William Thomas Cady, Sr.I in the Armed Forces, sta.. *
i when Miss Joy Glenn Seville,,j jt planted in August.
t a. t'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tallahassee and Miss Peggy Bo- :Mrs. Nick Tiliakos returned of Douglas, Georgia. I tioned at Fort Gordon, Georgia. ,I
;Ian in Alabama. home Sunday after having spent
J Beville, became the bride of Da- I
three weeks in Freeport, Texas
,
rid Shiell Pickett. The bridegroom I
Sharpest Mrs. Caroline Piazza, daughter I
John.
with her husband and son, ,
: is the son.of Mr.( and Mrs. Mrs. Carolyn Carter, and
.' bfr, Tiliakos is in Texas on a i
J "' George Cecil Pickett, Sr. Master Joseph Carter have recently
month
business trip for a few TheGarden
r The Rev. Nelson P. Moyer,, visited with relatives' in ;

jeiteilIn pastor, performed the double ,Staten Island, New York, and = '

ringceremony at six o'clock. Mrs, Sandra Jo Brittingham in PATIENCEHow t .._.. .

Mrs. Lewis Nolan, organist, Wilmington, Delaware. patiently the winds } Basket t ,
a .
k- rendered a program of nuptial Have( builded, grain by grain,
Town
and Mrs. Jimmy -
Airman Mayer
>usic as the guests assembled The dunes of sand that mark the or = a BY JANE SCOFIELDThis J
Miss Carolyn MeG e was soloist and baby daughter, Theresa, shore -
arrived in New York by jet from j
and rendered the beautiful :
London on Jnly 12. They are Of ocean's 'wide domain. is the time of year when them loosely to the stake about'
Years
:.. Through The / "Wedding FROM BETWEEN
Prayer," and softly sa"The spending} s three-menth leave The linnet.and the mockingbird, Sirius, known as the Great Dog I[every eight inches. Keep the

: ..., .. Lord's Prayer" for the benedic with his parents, Mr. and Mrs With twining twig and leaf, Star. because, it was noted-.by ancient disease spotted, 1 leaves picked I I PARKED CARSHan ,

; "' ., f .WtitnltComes ... }tion. Frank Mayer. Jimmy, who has: I A lofty home for nestlings build, star gazers to be the - -
just completed a three year tour Safe from maraudingthief.. brightest star in a group which A
Floor baskets of white
:: .To! Tf|- gladioliand flanked of duty in England, married the I took the shape of a dog, 'rises
r chrysanthemums .were former' Miss Sandra Dixon of i The( sweetly singing rill with the sun, and we cling to Theatre

: Ffflaittfiif Of with circular candelabra, spin Chelmsford Essex white stationed A mountain wears away, calling these hot six weeks' of} 1a '
1 r aled with fern, holding lighted
., there. This is Mrs. Mayer's As do the stealthy moments. late summer "dog days". Aside
..,.-. ,'YourNtxtCtrNational white tapers The altar table first' visit to the States. Steal each delightful day. from the classical origin, these Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach Mitr.

held an arrangement of summer days are ones when we can well SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30 t
i.. 'I greenery, with white tapers burning and fet, nothing e'er is lostn
: .. Mr. and Mrs. John Guest afford to emulate the habit of NIGHT SHOWS START 7:30 .
t.
:::: : ': 1 .\, sro.: ; rI in handsome brass candle son. Fred, and Mr. and Mrs1. De- [ earth's economy. the dog to find a cool spot and ONE COMPLETE SHOW t '
?
marked mountain become
sticks. Family pews were and DeWaync I The may a
sons
/ '< ... ,. Wayne Crisp .... let the time drift by. We --- -- ---
.. ... {:t, with large white satin bows! and Timothy spent Tuesday at lake, shouldn't let the 'garden chores Friday And Saturday.
t ; .. centered with a miniature, arrangement I Lake near Keystone The plain become a sea. '
... of white bridal flowers Kingstey we have been procrastinatingabout One Showing Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30 and 7:30: .

Heights.Mr. :The labor of our hands, worry us any longer "No Id That ;

g ... .. and bride fern.The .had her maid of I and Mrs. Hoyt Lofton had Shall> never wasted be; just, forget them and dream and Hypnotist"Bowery Boys '*' ; /
as weekend, their But, shall remain to bless or plan for a new start'in September.
honor and only attendant, Miss as guests last Q.
I ,
blight
J. 1 ,Nancy 'Sparkman. of Waldo. She son and Mrs.and Harvey daughter-Lofton in-law,, and Mr. Our), own posterity Of course garden maintenancemust One Showing Friday 8:55 Saturday 3:55 and 8:55 .

wore a street length frock of Herbert Luke go on for the bugs and the III
"Last Train From Gun Hill"Kirk l
Tall hassee.
Dandee, of r :
powder blue peau de soie featuring son, weeds never 'seem to rest, and I

a scooped neckline and Bubba Williams, son of Mr. 'The Continuing Study of Newspaper .. certainly the frequent rains have i Douglas Anthony Quinn

'tiny cap sleeve's.'' The bell shaped and Mrs. John D. Williams, has: Reading_ shows that four kept the grass oir'the-j:'jump. ] TECHNICOLOR ,. .
V skirt was: complemented with d after spendingtwo As for other small gardening
home
returned
of five ,,and women
: large matching bow at the back I out every men I out belated; Sunday and Monday ,
weeks with his cousin, Bill tasks, we may rush
l LORIDA l Bank readers read one or'
waistline. Her headpiece was a newspaper 1 Sunday 2:30 and 7:30 Monday 7:30- .
air
a
'. lousier, at Camilla, Ga. yore items on today's editorial ly and try an layer on an ...
i4.
'( cap 6f crushed blue tulle with circular azalea or camellia or tuck cut "Wonderful I To B e Y nun I
throughout the U. S. 9 / ;,
?: :t : aB er Beach veil. She wore matching Mr. and Mrs. Donald Landresaand pages tings of these in the: reotirg 1Yff ikkfr.trd : TechnicolorSund$4i7'and : :

", ii' --'E .satin slippers and carried a cascade daughter, Donna, have returned I, box.. For quantity of bloom we /
\ : ; : t. of pink carnations inter I home from a two week I "Some people are not the Iitof should be cutting poinsettias to I 0 .

,.. ."f--' M.b uyni i(MK+M spersed1, with satin leaves held I vacation in Little Rock, Arkansas the party until they l leave"- promote branching. The presenttall ? 9:17: Monday 9:17 .

)r ,.,. with pink' ribbons. with their daughter and son. fan W. Davis Huntsville (Mo.) stalks make large towel ru / l Diamond Head" ,

: Vernon Pie ett served as best n-law, Jean and Sam Bailey, Randolph County .llerald.r heads but they don't have a? Charlton Heslon... James Darren. ,
I \ 1.i .- :man for his brother and ushers and little son, Sammy. good a chance of surviving early
TECHNICOLOR
were Steve Beville, brother,, of --. -- ,-.------ frosts as lower growing one? i
I Nadine Morgan
.. ., i the bride, and Cecil Pickett, Jr.,, Sharon Gore and because the low ones are apt tc
; I other brother of the bridegroom of Camilla, Ga., are visiting "IALr" be in partial shade and have an DUIVI-N :
Sharon's uncle
i Given in marriage by her this week with of thawing gradually .
opportunity
Now 1. .'',. '1, .I ., II father the petite bride was tad and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne .......,\I 2' I before the sun hits them S;* l'.* ____ -. .

: i font' in her wedding gown of Gore on 15th St. inch poinsettia tips should be II ,Friday August 2 S:00 P.m. .
M --
I white satin brocade featuring a .. / \ tOPICS i rooted in your most successful I) V "p Gome" : '.
'
mama :
,
t Sweetheart neckline and short South Street r: : rooting medium and then movec '
home : IGth '
SERVICf'AND scalloped sleeves The Short full their on f ,. to containers, ,,thus assuring one r Doris DayTECHNICOLOR "
FASTER Thei'bridti t ble was overlaid i "' .
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skirt fell in soft folds from Jhe with a white :iet doth 6ver fA Se 9'ice of j Your Doctor of,Medicine, of Christmas poinsettias even U ,, If 4 1
pointed waistline. Her veil'of Your Local Medical Society and the those on the outsid have been \ i: .. ',' 10:10 I ;1
white linen, with the gathered Florida Medical Association. i
silk} illusion was caught to a skirt in drapes at each killed. 'I 'I\forrish" 1
REASONABLE PRIES t scalloped crown of seed pearls corner caught with white carnation WOMEN IN MEDICINE I 1 Early August is about the last .lt', '_ TECHNICOLORSaturday

and irridesctnts. Site wore white safe time to pinch chrysanthemums
lace' mitts- and carried a white nosegay. The beautiful) octagonal In the Soviet Union many for branching. Keep the .
satin and lace covered Bible, l, three tier cake, encircled persona have never seen a male growing August :3 8:00, p.m. !
plants
for- with ruffled net outlined with physician and in this country chrysanthemum r ,
gift of the bridegroom' holding fertilizer tw Ferro Of Adjustme } ;
garlands of ivy, was embossed there arc people who have I b? applying every h .
I a bouquet of white cataleya: orchids weeks until the bloss6nI -4 comedf"\ ..:
i.. with large white roses and yellow never seen a woman doctor. An i or three Tennessee Williams first
: Frenched white carnations estimated 75 per cent of Russian I buds appear. They should be
sebttds. A miniature bride 10:15"RinQ .
Sfteaufifitffy fintfuivedtfnmtationb:. and stephanotis held with white physicians are women, mulched and kept watered wher
and bridegroom stood under an while in the United States tl
satin Sweetheart bows. Her only only the rains stop, and they shouldbe Of Fire" \
irri&scent halo atop the cake. six cent ,
strand of per are women. insect *
ornament was a single dusted for '
sprayed or
I
t Silver candelabra enterlaced with TECHNICOLOR ., '
Six per cent seems disproportionately '
I pearls. I A rose dust 01.I .
and leaf spot.
OJleddt'JlfI English ivy, holding lighted low, according to
: r Mrs. Seville chose for hetdaughter's white tapers stood on each end Marion Fay, Ph.D., presidentand I spray might: be good, but with r Sunday, August 4 8:00 p.m. :

... wedding a becoming table. White dean of the Woman's Medical I dust remember a fine application ,
of the chrysanthe
; ensemble of royal blue brocade. College of Pennsylvania in better, holding the dusteiat "Hold Thor Hypnotist""Last .,'
carnations used is.
; and I She wore a royal blue broead* mums and were Philadelphia. Dr. Fay is concerned a distance. It has been soft 9:3;) y
in the floral ,
hat with crushed tulle with ivy arrangements I about the small Dumber I be seen it i: ,
I pillbox that if the dust can
Train From Gun Hill" i
on the bride's table, punch of women in this country who it _
and idea
matching slippers
crown I too heavy. It i*.,11t Rood;
table and living room mantle. are studying medicine. Over a
vJlJl(11CelneII Her corsage was of white carna Mrs. Vernon Pickett assisted period of 38 years, according to I stake chrysanthemums, tyint .
lions Dr. Fay, the percentage of
Mrs. Pickett, mother of the by Mrs. Margaret Oxley, cut women students in our medical I .

bridegroom, chose & shtatk of the bride's cake Miss Katherin* schools has varied from a low

All Styles And Types Of Engraving Dine blue crepe and satin. Her Peters served. ia 1910 of four to a high of 9% LAST BIG WEEK OF. :

1 leaves at b 1948. .
r hat was a erowir ef Woe Miss Kay Cover presided
with a single brilliant red rose. the punch bowl and Miss Sandra Whether this Is doe to lack .
f and Dan the bride's book. : of opportunity for women, prejudice '
black a
WE ALSO HANDLE A PINE LINE OF She wore slipper kept against admitting female
corsage of white carnations. For their wedding trip Mrs.Pickett students, or absence of .interest i, ;

:: ENGRAVED Mrs. Marion Beville of Waldo,, chose a suit of pale yellow among \romen themselves no I Summer Clearance Sale :

t grandmother the bride, chosea arnel with a yellow and one seems to know. Apparentlythere

LETTERHEADS. BUSINESS CARDS becoming navy print silk worn brown print overblouse. Shs is little prejudice, among
t "with white accessories. She wore wore champagne patent slippers,I admission committees as borne

; ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY I a wbit bow hat with face veil with a matching bag, and the orchid out better by tliau the fat/onc that of in 1960-61 two, :

t t and a white carnation eorsage corsage from her bridal women ;applicants every were accepted '*/'* ENDS AUGUST 8PARTIN'S\ '

Mrs Sadie Sheffield, maternal bouquet. b J'medical schools.

I grandmother of the bridegroom, The couple will be at home i Dr.: Jay believes high school
: See Samples. At selected a printed silk organza m Fort Walton Beach where Mr. I ( age is the best time for planning lI -

dress with accordian-pleated Pickett is serving with the U. S. pre-professional courses,
skirt. She wore bone accessories Air Force at Eglin FMd. : i and that the field of medicine :

t ... and a hat of smoke-bine petals Out of town guests were, M rs. : ; should with te attractively, ther presented
t along possible
I careers.
with short veil Her corsage was farina S. Seville of Waldo! If *, girl is accepted for

]icn\itn il1nllclbNeesiea der also whit carnations grandmother of the bride, Mr. I > medical school,? Dr.. Fay says,

Mrs. Georgia Pickett; paternal ind Mrs. John G. Beville of .I she must reVfiie her response-
'. PHONES 261-3G86 >= 261-3687' I grandmother of the bridegroom, Jacksonville rack and aunt, I s' bflity to "enlist for the duration. Clnn{ i SHOES AND CLOTHING :'

.. .II f.' was attired U a two piece Whit Leason Greene, ancle, of Wildwood I ." The medical school also e711Vf

,. faille' suit, worn with white ccessories Mrs. Mary Marrotts, aunt,I has dude responsibilities financial aid advice which in- I ESTABLISHED 1878 ::1

; We Represent One of the Largest and Best and a white sailor \l f Gainesville; and Mr. and Mrs. {\ and Wp: ,on personal, counseling I .... @ ftIIIi
white Laurence Wood, Mrs. Ralph! AVENUE.
t straw. Her flowers were 1 problems. \ v 313 ATLANTIC I !
Firms In The United States carnations. Burnham, Hiss Bonnie Burnharaud The woman student must be
: Engraving Immediately follow!** &* Mrs. Jl arr: FarwtH, all of f shown flat 'it is possible to Phone 261-4241 .
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BY SANDY I DeSANDRO I studied where meters had been I (Continued from Page One) (Continued From 'Page One) (Continued from Page Olte7asked --....

..-.. j f removed and that the general wife, Mrs. Eunice Halter of Sa-
1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 1st. the Health Club Room, day: and I I j concensus: of opinion in such bine Pass; six sons, Richard, Joe,,a semi-formal ceremony that i that all interested bC are.':
?f' evening i maces was that it was in the I Arthur and B. W.Halter, Jr., took place in building 467 of the! to attend, whether for spectatiag
Junior Olympics in the Pool i I best interest of small town business all of Sabine Pass. Henry Halter I, Naval Air Station headquarters !;.or joining in the activity. An interesting -
1 1:00-2:00: P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST lib. i' ..establishments, I( of Valdosta Ga., and Paul Hal 1 of the Florida Sector Command. I' note about simon pw'e'

Teen Club in Game Room 7:15 I j! A. S. Allan said that he felt 'ter of Jacksonville; five daughters Commander Brobston won the I square dancers is that while >>3t l|I
Junior Olympics in the Pool 1 1I award while in the not be teetotalers, they u.J
may
p.m.Men 1I I 4 r the actual discrimination, rather Mrs. Eva Ginn of Houston, capacity of
and Boys' Health Curb in 1:00-2:00: P3U Allen Kirk, Jnst than regulation in the 200 block, Texas, Mrs. D. Y Timms and U. S. Navy Liasion Officer serving -,during any of their dancss, skoe-"
the Health Club Room, day ands Ceramics Class (age 12 andover ( with alcohol is "' at
ksras against other blocks when Mrs. Fred Daughtry, both jof the U. S. Army Transportation -i strictly forbidden'
) 1n the Ceramics Room 4
evening. at ; bine Pass, Mrs. Frank Artelli.sa-I Research Command, such times.
'meters were in effect. He cited Ft.1
2:00 :Martha Inst.
: Puletti
J'' FRJDAY AUGUST 2nd. Sub p.m.Teen Club in Game Roomat I ''the many different types of bus I Matawan, N. J., and Mrs. Eustis, Va., from March 1961 .
7:15 ::ness in the 200 block as opposed I Brombley, Jr., of Groves; two i January 1963. He is credited !
Adult Ceramics in Ceramics' p.m. to other blocks and that the brothers, Mike Halter of' California with having obtained recognition I research, development, valuation,.
AIYO Club Meeting in the
.'i Room 0:30 am.1200 noon, Mar-'I Auditorium .at 7:30 P.M. 'only real parking problems were and Ed Halter of Vincen- of HEAP (Helicopter Extended j and test activities of the Departments "

tha Puletti, I nst. Men and Boys' Health Club in 1 in that area. jies; one sister, Mrs. Ann Marie Army Platform) and was jnstrumental of the Army and the Nay/.j

i Sub-Teen Club in the Came I the Health Club Room, day and Lloyd Wolters, another merchant Teller of St. Louis, Mo.; 36 in the adoption of the I' His untiring efforts and dedicat-l(

,. I Room at 715 pm. evening. in the 200 block, said heeouldn't grandchildren and four great Navy of a concept and equ'pment ed devotion to duty contributed
I'
( Men and Boy*' Health Club in I 1 grandchildren. developed by the Army. He was
i the "P ARRISHu'in technicolor, with Troy Donahue, showing see much difference cited also, for obtaining essential in great measure to the ''sue.. '
Health
Club Room, day and THURSDAY AUGUST
8t14Junior !
with the meters in out but
Friday at the Drive-N. or .
evening. I : Navy support for Pacific: cessful accomplishment of objecj.lives
I that he did feel that
Olympics in the Pool shoppers Local AttorneyContinued sea trials of LARC 15 .and transport -I .c f great significance to the!
aroundin
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd. I 1:00.2:00: P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst. master H. A. Stepler. Troop' 169 spent more time looking for the U. S. Army SWAMP National Defense Researchef4
I
stores when the meters
1 were
Adult Swim Class 10:00.11:30 I Senior Citizens Club in the Trwji 213 Returns will visit Ffrnandina Beach soon I out of operation. ( from Page One) FOX exercise, conducted in Pan.I fort Commandr Brob&ton'g outstanding -'
Conference Room at 7:00: P.M. as the guest of Troop 213 at the ama.
I I I Wolters cited also that a portion for Nassau County. He will continue I performance of "duty;
a.m.Teen Teen Club in the Game Room frill Week At Little Talbot Scout campsite. Presentation of the medal to
Club In the Game Roomat of the parking problems his law practice here in ad. i throughout this period is worth/
7:30: p.m. at 7:15: P.M. Parents. visiting for the Wed arising with the removal of the dition to his new duties. Commander Brobston was one of j,''of emulation and reflects the itt-i-

Men and Boys' Health Club in Men and Boys' Health Club in nesday night Indian Pageantwere meters was prompted by em- Kavouklis, a native of TarponSprings the first official acts ,of Colonel'Walter 1 most credit upon himself;. thtJJ

the Health Club Room, day and the Health Club Room, day and Catty Echockotee : Mr. and Mrs. Robert.* Ferreira I ployees leaving their cars in is married to the former who assumed commandin I United States Navy, and the;
evening. Jr., Mr. John 1'. Ferreia; Jacksonville one' week ago.
military service. "
evening parking places for long periodsof I Lula: Tiliakos of this city and
The Golden Crown Hoedownwill Boy Scout Troop' 213 returned M. and Mrs. George Lucas; Mr. time. He cited also that when they are the parents of three Commander Brobston lives at .1 t.i t.

SUNDAY: AUGUST 4th.Lutheran be held Saturday, August home Saturday from a week i>f I and Mrs. Hydie Peterson; }Irs. i the meters were removed, all I children, Esther, Peter and Jan C1Pnwnn&! FArnandhpe P--b. i There are more than 9 million
u the camping. at Camp Echokotee :In Cecil A. Bennett and her mother,I with Mrs. Brobston and son,. John,
Church Meeting in 10th. under auspices of the: I policing was halted on down ina. teen-agers in the U. S. seed
Island Club. There will Orange ,Park. 1 Mrs. J. Bruni; Mr. and Mrs. who were also present: at. the. of'
the Conference Room at 11:00: a.m. Squares town traffic violations such as Public Defenders in Floridawere ary schools an increase
be Surf Twirling at the. Jettys The :Jroop's. skit, "On The Isle I, Chas. A. Rhatigan; Mrs. Ernest improper: parking and the like. ceremony which <,was covered 'by II more than 43 in the pastxfecade. ..
)lo bA'r, AUGUST 5th. i at Fort Clinch from 2:00.5:00 I Of Eight Flags", put on at the ] Valero and Scouts Jacob and Steger made a suggestion that aimed created at assisting under a the recent indigent.act. both Jacksonville TV stations Last year, local advertisers

i P.M. and a Square: Dance at the last. camp.fire Friday night and f, Scott Ausin; Buddy' Lee. and hi3 solution for -the where The citation follows: invested 56' more dWh
Jurror Olympics in the Pool one areas Previously the courts had to appoint I
1:00.2:00: : P.M., Allen Kirk, Inst I Recreation Center 8:00.11:00: : P.I! the troop's scout-like conduct brother George. traffic is less congested would bea an attorney for indigents The Secretary: 'of the Army in newspaper advertising Burin r1 I II
Island, Squares Club in the !i''M. Callers for the dance will be I Ii made them' many new, friends. Acting senior patrol leader longer parking time for the 5n anital: cas" hut it was hot has awarded the Army Commendation I the fall back-to-school month
i Hershel Lee, Ray Baxter and I II The scouts received a number of Frank Fiala conducted the skit Medal toC011MANDER I i,
Came Room at 7:30 same money. I in felonies.
p.m. I| Walt Knight.: A donation of ons I I invitations to visit other parts with the following scouts, J. necessary WALTER M. .J
Jaycees meet in Conference I i Allan that the Today the Public Defender
emphasized current
J I dollar per couple will be request. | of Florida, es guests of other Smith, Robert Ferreira, Bob BROBSTON, USNfor 1 i,
Room at 8:00: p.m. trend in smaller municipalities will furnish the representationfor
1 at the Recreation Center troops. Harvey, Robert Bedford, Hydie
Adults and Teens Ceramics Jed: I I is away from! parking met the indigent in all such cases. meritorious service:
I Dance. For further details, con' The troop worked on many Peterson, Patrick Fiala, Kenneth
Class in the Ceramics Room at He also pointed the fact Commander Walter M. Brob!
ers.
up
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tact Mr. Al Oelsner. All Square projects bringing home advancements King, and Chas. A. Rhatigan,
7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, I that customers shop more leis I ston, United States Navy, _distinguished
Dancers invited. in the following categories Jr.
are done full-
of the meters was by a
Instr. urely when they don't have to himself by meritorious '
It is announced by Sandy Dei : 1st class; 2nd class; Honor I Scoutmaster Ernest Valerowas time police officer.As .
Men and Boys' Health Club in about rushing outside to service dur'ng the period
i i Sandro, who is the Boy Scout Camper Awards; swimming; basketry -! presented the coffee cup he I worry the meeting neared conclusion j
the Health Club Room and check their meters. I March 1961 to January 1963, as
day i
.. Merit Badge Counselor that a i ; woodcraft; rowboating; used during the week with the Walters suggested that .' !
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United States Liason Officer
J evenin [ test in swimming will be offered i, canoeing and overnight hiking, camp staff, as were other scout I Bailey _brought out that the I the merchants. should coordinate I serving with Navy the United
: directors of the Merchants Asso-
at 9:00 Saturday, August with overnight canoeing trip masters. The presentation was
TUESDAY AUGUST 6th. : a.m. one their efforts and come up witha I' ,
I States Research '
3rd., in the ecreatioji Center i sponsored by the camp staff. made at the last flag ceremoniesheld ciation felt that the City Com I plan to present to the City Army Command Transportation, Fort I 'J' \
Junior Olympics in the Pool i Pool. All} boys interested in acquiring In competition with other Saturday morning, togther mission had broken faith with Commission. : Eustis.
1:00-2-00 P.M., Allen Kirk, Ins l the badge should contact I troops attending the 6th period with troop awards earned during them in that a six-months trial I This received the approval of Virginia. Commander Brobston i iI t

Ceramics Class ((9.11)) in the their Scout Masters for information i jat camp, Troop 213 also received I the week. period! was agreed upon and that all in attendance and it was I consistently performed and a myriadof : :: J
complex technical duties ,
Ceramics Room at 2:00 p.m. Mar concerning the JUluiremenb.,: the "Daily Campsite Inspection Scout Cecil; A. Bennett returned only half that time bad: elapsed agreed that a' poll should be i iJ1 I II
tha Puletti, Instr. I Award" at two different times. home because of illness Thurs before the meters were restored. taken of the affected merchants I an outstanding manner. By
his keen interest, of amstrongVINYL :
Mother' Meeting in the Conference :; More newspapers are sold everyday Troop 213 was the week's guestof day but received his basketry City Commissionr LL.. Bo- as the groundwork for such a and tenacity in i :
Room at 7:30 P.M. i than bottles of milk, loaves Trooo 1(59( of Jacksonville merit badgs. hannon attended the meeting and : proposal. purpose perserverance
;
Men and Boys' Health Club in of bread or packs of cigarettes. under' the leadership of Scout. I The troop program won them was asked a number of questions I i Roscoe Moore revealed that he obtaining( rcopnition Extended of HEAPHelicopter Army'Platform I
Each scout receivedthe regarding the. meters. lIe clari-I
many points. had conducted a short-period ;
I I ), he instrumental I FLOORS
Tvas
I Camp Echokotee Patch for fid that be was attending only a* poll already in his store and i y yA
in the adoption by the Navy ofa
interested citizen but he ,did t
19C3. an presented a sealed box in which concept and equipment developed t I
I
cite the economic factor of the vinyl floor to
ballots had been cast for and by the Array, Through his
meter. against the meters. A tally of diligent efforts, he obtained .meet every taste .
Florida Leads I essential
He noted that the meters take I I the written votes showed 27 I! Navy support for Pacific and budget j
in approximately $8.000 a year I against and 11 for. sea trials of LARC 15 and trans \
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and additional ,$2000 in viola '
i an : I I It was agreed by those present port for the United States AmySWAMP :
tions. Several estimates were I t. that it would be advisable to FOX .exercise conducted(! Porter & Lovequlsti t
made on just how much of this! I wait until after Labor Day, \ I
in Panama. By his sound judgment ,
I i In Forest Fires was, net profit but it was agreed I when the Summer tourist trade I technical proficiency, and Color Center l ,
that such a figure would be hard is over, for the proposed poll and
I i foresight, he provided the link
I 8th St. At Five Points
to arrive at when it was taken the J
subsequent presentation of
I FSouthern.States in 19C2 led all southern I a i'for better understanding and co-
into consideration Phone 261-3068
states in the number of forest that_patrolling___ proposal to the City Comra'ssion 1 operation .betwegn the
I (Q u r Precision Tune-Up Get. Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Cheek Your Wheel I out n ._--.----- ----- I... _. __ transport ;i ,
I Will Bring Peak Perform- Now! Your Life May De-_ Alignment and Balance. Ii second fires place- 10,364 Louisiana- edging for- the I. ." -r '

ance Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt Ac- You'll Drive More Safely! top but dubious honor. i r. U. I

l tor.. tion of Your Brakes.A. A year of drought for most of MORTON'S i
---- I the Sunshine State, fires in the :

COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARSftarrell's I 51 protected 8.C08 and Florida burned counties 2G2,1CO totaled POT PIES 6'ta $1 \ r .

acres. Protected counties have
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served by Florida Forest Ser; 'J N
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STANDARDPHONE Auth Service vice crews and equipment. '!
II FYNE BAKEShortening
> More than half the forest fires !

I in the U. S. last year .occurred:

: _! "YOUR, RAMBLER DEALER" in 11 southern states. The South
has one-fourth the nations total 3 Ib. can 58c I p) !
261-4117 8TH AND JASMINE STREETS forest acreage. I

Nationwide during 19C2!)( for
LIMIT ONE WITH $3.00 FOOD ORDER : II
called 4\
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firefghting force were
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1 every hour of the year. BAKE RITEShortening
: i An estimated SG per cent of
A
I the fires in the southern states!

during 19G2 were man-caused, 3 Ib. 58c L .

: LIKE WINKING AT GIRL I and incendiary about half origin of, these according! were of to. can :

the U. S. Forest Service. : LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00. FOOD ORDER .
i/ I Florida's 19C2 forest fire record ------- -- -
/ was termed "the worst in YELLOWEars JUMBO 3 For
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; I seven )'earst by State Forester ;! i; C; jo j/! '

IN THE DARK.. ,. :." C.:The lUCoulter.current. year. .", }thus' ..,far/ is I I Corn 29c'i I Cantaloupes' $1 604 Atlantic Ave. :.

much improved, Coulter said.

.I ....11DOING' During the first six months of MAXWELL HOUSE FYNE TASTE .
last year, 6,788 fires burned

( ; BUSINESS WITHOUT ADVERTISING IS tected 246,000 timber acres land.of Florida's pro- C OFfEEln=taRt 6 0%.bgc COFFEEInstont6oz.58c'


i, .,I 4,903 The fires 1963 have report burned shows C7.13C that : -LIMIT- --- ONE- WITH----$5.00--FOOD- ORDERLiBBY'S LIMIT ONE'ITII $5.00 FOOD ORDER :

; LIKE WINKING AT A GIRL IN acres during the corresponding I .
s, THE DARK( 6-month period. With two-thirds
fires this to date, august Meat
'. I as many year Specials
I acreage burned is .hardly one. SUMMER SALE :
II fourth as great.
FROZEN 10 For
:

}Y OB Know What You're Doing. I burning expected'Though: larger in more extremely acreages forest dry can weather fire be- -- ALL OF THE ITEMS[ LISTED BELOW ARE LIIWY."PRODUCTS. Cube Steaks 89c ;t :

drought does not start the FRUIT
-- I fires,"debris-burners Coulter pointed and out.careless Careless t COCKTAIL- 4 cans $1 I WHOLEI'ound :

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smokers cause most forest fires GARDEN SWEET
; in Florida. Fryers 25c ;
BUT t
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"An obstinate man does not PEAS 5 cons $1| Limit 3 With $5.00 Food Order ;

hold opinions. They hold him. .
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RESPONSIBLEFQRTHtS NO. 2'/2 CANS SLICED OR WHOLE ?

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,PAlre, Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida -- Thursday, August 1, 1963 -
Colored Youths Hitchhiker Shot ?
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t"'": ..... "r':;' '" 'Y y.. Ned TysonContinued ,*' Held Here With Near Yulee By : f k


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9 t "' Ronald and put him on the buoy, k .\ $ i Stolen Vehicle Passing Motorist! *

tt swimming with it and the semi- *

I conscious boy until he reached I Two teenage colored boys or! James Wemdell Howard, 2-
Ah Robert who then uncon- year-old Savannah Negro, was
>.- was f ;y Atlanta were taken into custody
scious. shot twice by an unidentified
Monday by Florida State Highway -
An automatic resuscitator, and Patrol Trooper C. H. Strick- person in a passing car about 2

r later a venti-breather (similar land and Nassau Deputy Sheriff am. Tuesday morning just Northof

to mouth-to-mouth resuscitaion) I Colvin Smith while the'two of- Yulee, while hitchhiking:|a

was used for about fifteen min- ficers were conducting a driver'slicense ride home. f*

: utes before a Navy helicopter ( check on U. S. 17 just : Deputy Sheriff Colvin Smite;

:. spotted the scene and landed to 4s North of Yulee. investigating officer, said How.
Ned said. YI..Y .. ard had at
1 b/ give assisance I a e Willie Frank Jones, 18, drivel been on an outing
The helicopter, which was ] American Beach but missed tHe
IY a of the 1959 Chevrolet bearing a
searching the area for a missing : j' wYJ charter bus home. He had got
I Georgia tag, and Mickey Den-
man, rushed the three to the I 1 ten a ride to Yulee and ha3
non, 17, could not produce a driv-
Naval Station dispensary I about 3 miles North
Mayport II '''er's license walked to
I proof of ownershipof
where Willie Jean and Ron- when the car came by, stoppedand I
1 the vehicle, or any other iden-
$ treated and released. backed. An unidentifiedperson
ald -
4 were jsC' tification and were placed in up.
w N' a Robert taken to Baptist Me- shot Howard twice
!" T was onea
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a county jail for investigation.Upon .
r:. morial Hospital in a critical con- : 7YY checking, officers found flesh wound in the arm and

"DIA)1fOND HEAD" in technicolor, starring Charlton dition, where he'lived until Sat- the car had been reported stolen the other breaking his rigkt

Heston and James Darren, showing Sunday and Monday urday. S M by the owner, J. W. Booth of thigh bone, Smith said. I
Ned, who will 'be a senior at : Howard was taken to Hum \
at the Ilan Theatre. Decatur, Ga.
[, Fernandina Beach High School + phreys Memorial Hospital. .'
: The F. B. I. was called in on
r rf,' this fall, served as city lifeguardlast I the case Wednesday.
This Ned's sec-
season. was r *
Bowen Is
a Kelly
gJ p'a t ond rescue this year having 0a f; y4e, > I I. t
brought in a man in a semiconscious e n M C' tics. The government allows Commended On W I
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state earlier in the sum- $1.25 per day for each man per
day. The actual expenses of the Naval Promotion f"u

mer.When asked what his first reaction j Florida Hospital to the Confederate Kelly Bowen has been cued

Vtthilhrrv was in such an emergency i government is from $5,- for his competent performanceof

Ned said, "I can't remember.I IN FULL UNIFORM are Scouts of Troop 213, who have just returned from a week at 'I 000-7,000" per month. "Contribu- duty with the U. S. Njvj,

(itK don't know if I climbed downor Camp Echockotee. From left, Scoutmaster Ernest Valero, Charles Rhatigan, Bobby ,i ttthey, says Dr Palmer, "while which resulted in a recent pro-
would be insufficient of ..
jumped off my station chair. Ferreira Robert Bedford, Robert Harvey, Joe Smith, Kenneth King, AI Bennett Hydie I motion.
themselves the hos-
Response to a call for help comesso Peterson III, and Frank Fiala. Pat Fiala, who was on kitchen patrol, is not shown to keep up A letter from Lt. I. G. Ne''
natural, I was actually in the with the Troop.Capitol pital but a few days, yet they man to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. .
water before I knew it." contribute greatly to the comfortof F. Bowen, follows: ..
YJ iyk. the men, and are always 22 May 19G3 .
:
'1 f' f : j gional Officer! Tennessee your : A FLORIDA 100 1 YEARS AGO thankfully received." Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bowen *

PERSONAL ON THE ing help. Do this in person!! After state, is in Region III.' The address 'I August 4 J. J. Chaires an- Route 2 Clinch Drive ..
PEACE COUPS! a few months of "salesman- is '615 Peachtree-Sevenlh nounce from Tallahassee today Fernandina' Beach, Florida -
i have Letter Published by with room enough to that he is authorized by Brigadier My dear Mr. and Mrs. Bowen,
Do yW happen to know any- ship" you might a personal Building, Atlanta 23, Ga. Darnif accommo-I'
thing personally about seniors in little business sprouting fresh I can remember the Zip Number FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CEN- date about as many General Howell Cobb "to It is with a distinct and eiicere

the Peace Corps? 1 have material every day! BY JERRY MOCK i TENNIAL COMMISSION wounded from the Battle of Get mount a portion of my men and I pleasure that I inform you

about the work, but maybe j (1st cf a series of 3) I 208 Valencia Avenue, tysburg are coming in slowly; recruit 40 men to "complete a that your son Kelly was advan{;
add "INSTANT HOUSING" YOU FLATTER ME! TALLAHASSEE Leland Coral Gables 34, Florida only 12 or 13 privates and no officers : company bf cavalry Officers !ed to Communications Technician
have something to ?
you ; Edited by SAMUEL PROCTOR, I are being treated. The :'will be elected. Since all "men Third Class, U. S. Navy on 16
John, Rantoul, Illinois I I heard someone mention "in I think the WAKE UP Roy Baugus leads a quiet Ife;
I will have to shoulder thL
University of FloridaWAR'S I Confederate government has no- arms, May W63.
stant housing" somewhere. What YOUNGER column is wonderful. reading and playing chess and I
I wan rhatting with a friend I THIRD SUMMER is an excellent opportunity to
tifid Dr. Palmer that it can no
checkers. To for this
does this mean? You seem to be a senior qualify promotionit
w1o works in the Peace Corps I Icd'f.ice I Significant Florida Events longer furnish coffee for I serve their country. Saddles,
I Ten citizen's answer to "Dear Abby". Without doubt, however, thereis except I was required of your son that
Woodbury
Mary ,
In Washington, D. C. She Bridles etc. furnished." ,
For August, 1863 the ,
"very Dr.?i
I I "Instant Housing" is quickie.It The West Ashley Journal carriesa tubulence inside, for Baugusis worse cases. he demonstrate competent perform *
tee me that a main difficultyh applies to the remodeling a of heavy schedule of 10-second one of 34 ,persons awaiting his I August 1 A memorial ser- I Palmer thinks that coffee is "aI-I I The Florida Sentinel today nce of duty, that he sue

to ascertain, the proper legal I' older apartment buildings into radio spots on WOKE here in sentence: vice was held today by the men most indispensible for the published the following bit of I resfiilly compete in a fleet--wide

vtitus of senior from volunteers.their 1 smaller, easler-to-live-in apart Charleston S. C. and if possibleI be it adjudged that you of the Dixie Yeomen, Co. K, 5th i and he asks Milton to purchase a'' humor: "The\Captain of a vesselis examination, and that he main
Many are separated Florida Volunteers : give them coffee twice a day, S0 I' not governed by his mate, buta
i iI ments for older Private would like to get your voice do suffer the penalty and punishment Regiment, | tain eligibility by displaying:;
view themselves persons.
divorced.mates, but It's.iential to define as I builders, for example, or a Hous voice on radio inviting people to I by death and having encamped near Culpepper, Virginia and syrup and forward it to : married landsman generally high standards of conduct and
i I II Richmond. Palmer "three is'.1
for Lieutenant J. C. Blakeof
through body current says performance.The "
read the in passed a -
column
regularly your
will well-
ing Authority pick
of the a I
the status because wages I located but aged structure and the West Ashley Journal. My I of electricity of sufficient I Tallahassee who was killed pounds of coffee and six poundsof August 5 The commanderof Navy, to perform its mil:

I that accrue on their of return.time has A re-design it. The U. S. Govern wife and ,I recently assumed i intensity to cause immediate July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg, Pen sugar furnish one .pint each I the U. S. bark Roebuck informs sion as the guardian of our court
amount
I
surprising ment under its Housing Acts of ownership of this! suburban death and that such current be I nsylvania. for 100 men, but by adding a Washington that between try's shores, is always in need
to be taken on this clarification! I 1961 will assist. Charleston continued until you are dead." ,: August 2 The Alabama and little rye or wheat and a little I August 1st and 3rd his men recovered of! competent, dedicated individ
1956, 1959 and paper.Warren
Next, is is imperative that seniors I this
is more sugar, quantity could ten fed half bales and uals. It gives me great pleasureto
truthful in Too few people know that the A. Freiberg, In one sense, Baugus' case Florida Railroad' Company will a
be absolutely answering has 3 Charleston, S. C. almost typical of the 34 awaiting : give hem coffee twice a day; so I one bag ofjfcotton from the beachat be able to say to you that
about their government separate pro I ask the legislature to amend its.
E questions I I think that Dear Abby wouldbe execution. He was reared by I that 100 men would use about I Sfc Andrew's Bay. This i is your son ranks as one of these.A .
is their : grams offering good help Jo charter so that it can build a'
health.. This for protection 100 pounds of coffee and 300
He probably of the cotton credit to the Navy and to thy
the first to acknowledge that his father and stepmother. I part
house elderly decently "Omnibus Line" in Pensaan
do in our more an -
What would you a : pounds j pf sugar a month. Syrup I thrown overboard the Con- he is deserving
I she did not invent forthrightness. lost interest in school and quit by organization, most
the Here they LLine" in Pensa-
Help spread news "Omnibus
country, caught withoulI is 'used
strange in the
proportion ofj
This punchy writing is normal after the ninth grade. His linvt-! I federate steamer Alabama while : of this advancement which y
a handy doctor? Next, some delightful -: are: cola The company will also ask two for 100 I
quarts
i ed education restricted the pos;= every men it was being chased by the U.S.S. will mean more responsibility
with me. It is also revolt "
my the legislature to change its
the roll. A direct federal
) applicants are on 1. longtermloan against the protectiveness ; sibilities of employment: He I per day this is ordinarily j R, R. Cuyler in July. and a greater depth of influencein
fellow of 85: sent under the CFA Community name to the Pensacola Railroad
marvelous (
One but
I enough, as there is a
I and swaddling.. clothes was a short order cook. j general the job of defending the United -
we put
in ?his application, but cautioned Facilities Administration) for Company. I
around our elderly. They're not The 18-year-old Baugus and'his scorbutic taint in almost I "This world situation must States. 1
them not to expect him fer i> new or alteration or improve August 3 In a letter to Governor
.. babies, they'refine,, grownups! 16-year-old wife were in Mi- J every man fo _tie Army, double worry more than men. The other Sincerely,
He last: en research ments of existing structures. Milton, Dr. Thomas M. '
spent year i, I
jetrs. admits day G. NEWMAN
He teenager I.
ami without funds. we saw a gray-haired -
We deserve to talk to each other that
will under the that there quantity could be advantageously -
for a book and spend 2. Low-rent projects ,galmer reports are
"roll" for out of the Lieutenant
? decided to a man come beauty par-
lik another! This they
adult
the coming 5 years writing it, I; PHA (Public Housing Adminis one to all of money to pay for their food and now a hundred patients in the used. Sugar and Syrup I I or." A. J. Schroeder, Ross- U. S. Navy C

After that, heII be ready for tration) furnishing; financial,I I and gives believe ego-strength me, we to all need it us! I: lodging. i. Florida Hospital in Richmond,* are both excellent anti-scorbu-I ville ((111.) Press. Officer in Charge
assistance --- ,
them, he technical and management
says board --- -- -
With ,
a two-by-two
authori Last week I cut several radio
to local housing- for radio and Baugus beat the man. The man's
taps you to run on
vIk CONFIDENTAL TO MISSOURI: ties for new remodeled dwell they were mailed out. They death put Baugus on death row :-t
You're right. To work outside ing units.
I' in Raiford.An .
sounded quite jolly to me and, I
confines of house is 3. The FHA financing is probably Raiford
the
at
jour interviewer
hope, to you. This was a lovely \ ... -, .
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health and also 'ou.IThls '
for well-known to
s > good jour ) idea. The best of luck to you makes this comment on Baugus'situation '
for 'your self-esteem. I wrote a was liberalized in 1961 to per : u, ; '
and Mrs. Freiberg!
personal letter to you last week. mit insurance of a loan up to "His parents apparently do I ) ,,

Let me add that you might also $25,000 in buying a ,single-fam NEED HELP ON A PROB- not have money to fight his

nl' on business offices in jour ily home. The Housing and Home LEM? Write to Helen Alpert, case and it would appear to us

city. Explain jour typing s i111 I Finance Agency administers National Sfcnior Center, Lehigh that this young man did not con-
and rates, and don't forget toY these 3 programs. For over-all template murder and had we COMMERCIAL
Acres, Florida, or in care of this
card with I coordination and advice we've would not
lean &_ jour name newspaper. Write today for the been on the jury we
address,phone number. A friendof got the Office of Housing for free list .of the many booklets have voted for the supreme pen-
min Toes this regularly! She Elderly, Washington!: D. C. and alty." ,
and services available to ,
p4&b 4ip. business letters, law- its Housing Administrator. Tell compliments of this column. you It is probable situations like ''',
)'efg' briefs and address-lisls totype all interested sponsors, church 4 that of Baugus which have 'caused -

at hrme. She watches forI' groups, consumer cooperatives, the state to take a second

t new businesses that are starting etc. to reach in and get 'answers Trade At Home look at its system of deermin- ; :

, I aid calls. on them to offer tjp-' and action! UHF has 7 Re- ing capial punishment.Bills / /

..1 -- -- successfully have been in the introduced Legislatureto un- t. PRINTING.

Oaten aeries ol reports by this newspaper and UM Print Advertising Association on the advantages ot print media .:'
alter the method of determining ,

capital punishment in Flor- .

I ida, which has one of the high ,
est deliberate death rates of any J .
1 state in the nation. 'r '\ t4 r :,
l Under current law the death ; "

cases penalty unless is mandatory the jury in capital recom- : Is A Specialty With Us

1 mends mercy. Two bills were introduced ,; .
in the 1963 Legislature ., i '.
t .
:\...
s t which have altered the proced- ..

ure.One I l : ;.; ;}t; (t ; ',: w1' ; < .' : "

< bill introduced by Rep. .
,
Wilbur Boyd of Manatee .' '\ .
coun-I \ ) .
I ty and others would 'Chectyoyr of Letterheads *
quired the death penalty only I : supply Envelopes, Business "
(
when the jury unanimously recommended -: .1:

x <.. r '! death. It also would
Cards Office Forms
f have required a judge trying a : or any other kind of printing you
f
\ I case to convene a jury to deter-

or mine life whether imprisonment the death be imposed penalty, 7 may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call. h-,"


\ y,4I+' also with a unanimous finding ..
required for death. "

I The other proposal, made by "

Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia, if.If we aYo.'printed for you before, a phone call .will start
\ would have required three- .. .
,* *
i fourths of the jury to recom- ... .
mend the death penalty. ;;}\ our presses turning as we keep a complete file at ourfingertipsof

I Although neither of these bills I

passed the Legislature, one
I \! I ed by Sen. Ed Price of pass- ; all printing produced in our plant. y'.a ,
,
( Braden-I *
'
I ton to set up a :

I, t study the abolition of the death n "
\ penalty indicates the concern of ;(:

the Legislature with the prob- Our printers, take pride in their work and you are assuredVlSjM ,

j lem.The commission, not appointed < '.,. .\ >. .:0 i *. ....*:' **'* ,,, "\ ;' :: ,
h : .
as yet will consist of 15 J ? t.1 ,. .. of a neat, clean and accurate job. ,.
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members, three senators appoint-1 I i A.
t :
Yaa ; :
jI ed by the president of the Sen- t: ,: j' .. .'r" .' : .'" 1 .
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Y r > .. I. ". ,
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a. ate, five representatives .appoint ,j 4 : fH' "
I_ -I ed by the House speakr and \ i. '" -.1.' .

citizens appointed by the gover PHONE :, '
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'
I Don't you read before you buy ? nor The new law provides $25r- 26'1:3686 .. ; "
., .' 000 from the general revenue :
;
Most people generally do. can always check: back; the message is still fund for the 1963-5 biennmm.Gov. .

Not only do they read; they cut out and show there even if jour attention is distracted. Farris Bryant has indi- or '

I 1 I ads to their family and friends; they dip When you add it up, print advertising-the cated the main reason for capital! 261-3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER /

? ". \coupons for information and samples. kind you read in this newspaper-makes sense. punishment is as a deterrent \

When people see an advertisement in print And because it measures up to the buying However, when he took office, t i. ,,,

they can compare designs .. features.. and habits of most consumers print makes sales. 28 persons awaited execution ; j t '

.- prices of nationally known products and serv Five have been executed since .-

ices. (And people do compare before they buy.), NEWS-LEADER Bryant took office. With 34 still -, ,.. ,

Advertising in print is a bandy thin;. You left on death row,_ Florida has I ;

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I 1 1 'Ywjng's DefeatsPorter's winner's Blackwood hitting., ,Fisher, Purdy, I I I III
1orli6CZ-w
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// p orts Slants JI T o:/; DCRP I! DCRP Brown hits.and LaBlanc "got the I

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Score by innings:
BY CURT GOU DON "'fCf} 'ti' / II;. :!In Doubleheader Young's 101 009 0 11 6 ,r I
1.ntI'1 '0 DCRP 100 010 0 '.25:
;1 Congratulations to the Fer- [shrimp supper. The ,team promptly : .'.\.'* GOBBLE RLAR6ER Powers and Tucker; George,
I I Medina Beach Little League won the four straight and are A'k t&ra Young's Crab Plant won a Brown and Jess.
I team: who went through the District now waiting for the treat. TOE : ; 7 IAN HEd doubleheader Monday night by''i In the nightcap 'Young's continued -L \ Ct3
Title and the right to travel '* /Vif/L SOME !' *m defeating DCRP in the opening their winning streak withan

to Orlando for the State Tour, Ii Bill Miller, Stag l leading hit- TIMES VISIBLEINV&P7KACKS 4 ,, "/II -1 'game, 11-2, and handing Porter'sa I 8-4 victory over ,Porters. A I
} nament. The boys played good' ter in the. Senior .League, collected Y"?, ,t f ;" 8.4 loss in the nightcap.The six-run first inning got Yoang's 1I"
t ball in all four games and look 1 : five hits in five trips to .1 _. thriller II off to I
\ U first game was a a good beginning. > M
i ed like the best team in the meet. the plate Monday: night againstthe 1J ,_-I 'I/'I..... ''." until the sixth inning when Porter's scored all of their I
1fa
Although we could be a little Falcons in the playoff game. 1 \ 'Young's erupted for 9 runs to : runs in the fifth inning en three I

partial, believe most of the fans ,',I 9'J )1 I break a tight game wide open. hits with a triple by Steve Thomas i '
( :>vill'agree. I Young's softball team will play LIVES IN SUCH PLACES AS DENSE "-I "I L !B-ll: Cox and Carl Jones belted I being the big blow of the
'* '* I the Seaboard Meteors of,the J
I Steve Solomon, Fernandina City League here Friday night: fO/lE5TS, CLEARINGS lit Fon5r ,DRYER. ,/" big blows of the inning. The : Nat Smith and Jimmy Roland '1 think I'd rril.r lGICrificu Mil
pitther-outfielder, won the Most'The):' two teams met twice be/ore. I AREAS./AI SWAMPS AND P A/ /ES WITH h 7 I' score was knotted at 2-2 until: led Young's in hitting with 1 than 90 info the tough
Valuable Player Award for the and split a double header. Then PALMETTO SCRUB COVER LOOK FOR .j J the sixth. : hits apiece with one of Roland's wrth
\ :ToUrnament. Steve belted two I ion night the Crabbers I yon"t
Saturday
TRACKS 1N5ANOr5OFT'D/Rr",HP MUD Gene Powers was on the being a triple. Bill Cox, Bob
home runs for Fernandina and'tnade'some |will travel to Eastman, 'Georgiato
i IH PATHS /J1CIES"BAl.f"Spars. mound for Young's and struck Stover shared in Young's hitt'ng,
fine, defensive plays: to play'the Eastman All-Stars.
for I' AND SHORES OF LAKES AND STREAMS out nine DCRP batters, allowing ] ,Simmons, Thomas, Thornton,
i the team. *
Trhxra only five hits. He did not walk &i i Mullis'and Knight collected the
The big softball of the \
game I ', : single batter. five hits off Bob Stover's pitching FLORIDA OLDEST
; Lee Godwin did a fine job of year will be Monday night when '- j
.J AND MOST HISTORIC
: pitching two outstanding victories i Young's and the Box Plant plaIf ;/. MARkS Mwe Carl Jones was the best hitter I

I for Fernandina. Godwin I Ii Young's wins, the softball sea 'A8OtJr. 6" -+ 'b Bt'PfAGt NS 4 f&"1 LnJ 1 for the evening with a triple and 'Score by innings:
struck out 12 in ooe game and 81 son will be over, but if, the ao -o WIGIG'T1PSI 'f 1 home run and Bill Cox added a ,
in another and did not walk a Want wins, the season continue J homer. Nat Smith, Billy Roland :t Youngs -610 '100"0'- Q
l .- 1: and Jimmy Horn shared in the ,! Porters 000 040 .0 4. 5
single batter. Terry Ro'e'.a>n I because the Box Plant could TURKEYFKH -
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added to the fine pitching the I still win the pennant or, tie by --

4; Fernandina team had during the I winning all remaining games. "RACkS CP 67flGYG FOJBLEJ Q I
ii, tournament and Terry played i .
!, Rome fine defensive ball I l Coach: Wayne Benner calls: to FLORIDA GAME AND FRESlJ WATlJ! COMMISSION

; jn rifhtfifld when not pitching I remind that football practice begins

Fletcher Shurlcy, T nimy. "Sklp-i( on August 19, lie: wants; :all I -
THIS HOLIDAY
.per| and Mark Morris[ shared i ia':' prospects to report to the high I have been having* nice catches I I ; ;

the fine defensive play. I I school gym on Wednesday, August with one Jacksonville ,man catch B Lions DRIVER is
vtr ir! I I 14, at five o'clock for a physical ing 21 off the .banks. i ,
: The Little League team is in examination. All A & Bteam I

Orlando for the state mut..It. prospects are urged:: to report I I j Bud Holt* reports* *from the Win 1 I Tourney taking chances:

they win there, they travel to 1 r on that day. Boys reporting I Ocean Pier that fishing has been I'

tab'a' next .week then the for.the first time ,for footballare good again. Trout, In Course on dangerous
winner there goes to Norfolk be requested to bring: a'bhth I flounder, drum and sheeph'aJ.1 I

fore goiny to WUliamsnort. for certificate. I been the main: catches lately. I tires. .. -
the Little World Series. Just I I The Stags rivalry of hard-fought
I *
'thinking ahead. AH 'Minor .League players are cons, 13-7, in to erupt next R : .
Don't forget the big Drag .
.
f7 "fr requested to turn in the equipment .I Races to be staged at the local Monday night I August 7, when ; ,:t %.. ,:: 1
A KAC softball player report- : used during the current ior League from the Rotary and ; .
11.
Airport on Sunday, August "
.d that two of Youngl star be The Stags I tee off at Fernan- '.' \ .
( season. Uniforms are to turned It is scheduled to be one of the ', f1 : lf ,, : -
players were* about to be-/benched I in as soon .as possible so they best events ever staged here by base hits to : Golf Course in their i "#,&" :";," ,;, t,',;-,',",l '
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by manager Carl Jones. Tb7 tan be stored for use next year II the local club.Congratulations. the first I -play competition. i : -:mssHow1.aboutOU' -
tailed told to'do: then added and Rotarians : "
to bunt when .tr: two
ft I
to last week. Bob Stover was talked out of ,the second on ;. each foursome, :( ?
to "Tom Michael
'* retirement to pitch: softball for I eluding a | possible points riding :
Meyer's team in the local Vo-- 'Young's Crab Plant team.Stover Danny. Griffin .and. the. Stags The !'! for the IOCS Senior .
I winning
men's Softball League is currently fires a fast ball and has pitched together 'a t play and two-I
the 'best League Baseball Title. The in the for each nine holes' IIII-.II4'
softbail
playirtg !several victories since joining runs I
of the loop as they have racked; I Young's. II Stags won the Championship by j: productive the score. I
defeating the Falcons in try I II
Up five straight victories and '* scored runs group will tee off at'' '
to 'be' the "team! to halfback I playoff game Mojiday. night, the I and social et.to- '
now seem -Yennis Pipkin, Ace cept a I I I '
bea ". in the league for,Fernandina Pirates last year,113..7. Bill Miller refreshments, is I Lasserre :Motor (0. :
i ::L *+ 'N' jV has departed for the U. S. Army. I hitter for the 19th hole about :

Ernest Wall and Doraey Amld'Drouht I! Pipkin decided to get his service hits in five ,
in 18'nice red ba s I time-behind him. I with Hank announced foursomes, ; I ,? Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 4
MALICIOUS
from a fishing trip to the jetties: ez, and denotes the captain I
last"-,,'c-k. f Mrs. Skipper says sheepheadand t two bits responsible for I
-of:! croaker are the main catches 1WOODS"BURNERS : and a single actual starting times: u/Av/if//I1fJi/Iigv/II4v/i1I/iJu1/iI/I/ifdvI7IIf/1fI7A1E/i
J. C. Hesters probably added at 'Nass uville with Mr. Floyd were the Burgess and Shave: :
some spark' info !t'er'iI"saCt- 'and )Jr. 'Harrington bringing in ; i iI Granville and Melton.* ;

ball, win when he told the lad over 100 croaker last Saturday. leading Forehand and Phin- NATIONAL TIRE PRICE INCREASE
ies if they won four straight ball Fishermen from : Jacksonville, I *ROBUSALL! with Dickie Caldwell and Poole. I 1 I

games he Would treat them to a I Callahan, Yulee, and Hilliard I II Franklin : Daugherty and Lynch; EXPECTED IN AUGUST. t tI
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and Lovesee.
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). 'I Alvarez, Roberts' and File; j 'SAVE A FEW DOLLARS 'NOW I "
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shared the and''Brewton.
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.2 I I Ii the- Stags Sapp and. Gregory;
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I J the win and I and Bar- __ __ _..t
the distance i!

Are your' }tires'Brakes Score by J<>I1.P6' and Duffy; I
Stags '- ; ia' and Clarke. I''FERNANDINA
Falcons (j Preston and Flenni- BEACH

wearing unevenly ? Alvarez, ; Fiala and Tilman. I

Miller; Sahlman and Stone'; I
squealing ? : I rs and Kear.Doubles. i ir JEWEL: OF FLORIDA'S CROWN ;rsI


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Portraits by Appointment
i High Scratch Bowlers "Porcelainize"LASTS 6:15 p.m. -
u Ladies Studios At 504 Ash S&
4 Eu i H. Wilson !)! .
lf.6>> -434 Saturday, Aug 3
I B. Joyce 3 OR 4 TIMES Phone 2614586'Your
141- 97
R. Hadden (6:20 j a.m. 12:45: a.m.
T. Tilman ('c. 128392't'rM1S LONGER THAN (6:59 j p.m. 12:39 p.m. .
ORDINARY WAX JOB Ad Here
216-533 Sunday, Aug. 4
YI
AI; Replacement I parts r 3. Adjust : Road e 214-496 106-520 LASSERRE MOTORCO. 7:07 a.m. 1:29 a.m.;: Will Be Seen .

'- ,. if needed and torsion 't rc 7:41 p.m. 1:24 p.m.
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bar adjustment Brakes and Repack 7-5

er not included A I Ir including doubles by S. 8th St. Ph. ?61.3319GOIMg Monday, Aug. 5 By Over
'' eon Wheel Bearings? Hiekox. Steve Tho 7:51 a.m. 2:11 a.m..
i.w r A' I DCRP 'Ward, Simmons, Mullis
8:22 p.m. 2:09: p.m.
team in led Porter's in hit- 7,500 Readers :

59 day night 2 hits apiece while Fishing? Tuesday, Aug. 6
five-run rally I Powell Freeman
8:26
: a.m. 2:53: a.m.
Plus was the big shared in the 13-hit Porter '& ,Lovcquist:
+ a .way w. k F Seals I Visit Us 'For 9:05:( p.m.. 2155-p.m. ..
ners.
General' Contractors
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A \ w : Purdj, and Bunch led Chem- Complete Line Of Wednesday, Aug. 7 SPECIALTIES -
uinnm at 2 hits apiece with Ven- Fishing Tackle -
9:20: a.m. :0:36 WOODWORKING .
hits apiece! I I Lee, Bill Royal, Ter Rods o Reels a.m. PLASTIC SURFACINGCUSTOM ,
f 9:47 .
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pjn ; jxm. II
w Fisher also I II I Wrench and Joe Sur- Outdoor Camping BUILT CABINETS .

eN i I the winners. 1 1I hits for Chem-CelL' Equipment Thursday, Aug* 8 : KITCHEN AND BATH --' '
Parrish ] innings: REMODELINGComplete
Sdrace I I for KAC I 210 030 3 9 13 10:07 a.m. 4:19.a.m.
E rte say "CHARGE-IT" with J. a 103 000 0 4 9 FIRESTONEBEACH 10:31 p.m. 4:29P.m. Showroom _
big Hew for !I and Bailey Suriano and SUPPLY For Color Coordination -

Take months to pay I, a home run i I'I 112 Atlantic AYe 26M4SZ 'CN.1. 'a..odttk Tttci Courtm Survey Phone 261-3068 -

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fimfone BEACH SUPPLY KAC Melver.Brown Smallest,Do Read Ads Even : AT FERNANDINA BEACH :


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Pa@.J_..Eight News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, August 1, 1963 I, 3i!I II

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., iY Provides Residents D q r I I I
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; With Proof Of Age SMOKED I i

Last year, more than 12,000 i 'I (
if residents of Florida turned to :

J the Bureau; of the Census, U. S. F
Department of Commerce, for
H x0 help in proving where and when 2 w

1. g they were born, the Bureau reported 11AM 1 ,
4pm today. They needed proofof .. hi" '

J / p age other to collect retirement social benefits.securityand ) '.. <''<

SJ Krc
h% They needed it to obtain pass. '
NOW INPROGRESS
r n ports. They needed it to qualify .
for jobs carrying certain age or
citizenship requirements. They
needed it for some forms of insurance xo 5 fl.

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These persons who requested I II l. HALF -
assistance from the Census Bureau -
TAKING A BUSMAN'S I last year were among an I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru August 3rd EC
HOLIDAY e
this week was Sammy 5
estimated 20 million United WIKN DIXIE STORM.. 1111:.- COPYRIGHT- 1113WD .
Hamilton, left who -
operates Sportsman's Wharf for States residents who are with. I (
Hydie Peterson. Sammy and Howard Wesley took the out proof of age or birthplace.The tjs\\ 11 :.'
II big-red bass, shown in the photo, on a jaunt to the North historical records of the BRAND NATURALLY TENDER BEEF 4

Jelties Monday afternoon. Largest weighed 37 pounds. Census Bureau provide the only, DEPARTMENT AGRIC1JlTURE OF -
f acceptable source of this information ] Sirloin Steaks. LB 98 rj LB.I I
for .
many of these' r .
: Senior League people. Since its beginning in'i:' W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER BEEF FULL CUT BONELESS ': '.
Tti/ WHET 1790, the U. S. Census has recorded Whole Butt
identifying data for almost ; [ OR q LB.
Falcons 11 Round Steaks. 88 45I
6
Redbirds Stags 10 9 8 7 11f Q f.if&a of them 350 listed million several persons times, many in'', LB. ? SUNNYLAND FRESH I:

separate censuses. The Bureau W-D EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND DAILY i .. .
Pirates (
5 12
I .y.ru PJNNIYI nas provided copies of these records -I ;
,' I HATTINGI to about three and one- Ground Beef. 5 LB.PKG. $199 [ Pork Sausage L B. 39
Top Ten The House is setting us up naif million people, as legal .
Milk, Stags ..481Burges.3 I again. proof of age, place of birth, cit J i
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Falcons ..41"PikalaFaleons
Under a new bill passed by the zenship, or kinship. 1 i: -
.L.i.i i \<,!
.377 me Persons I S* V.: .. .. : ; ::
congersmen expenses of such
-: new. seeking a record
FoxJ Fattens .333 I ly elected presidents and vice for social security I
Cover,, Pirates ..324Bcvillc figurheads between election and ohould go to the local Social purposes Se- (I : ...1.. Dy.r .t ew Jumbo Vine Ripe California
Redbirds
.' .320 inauguration will be borne by v-urity Office, or, for other purposes I
\
Miki Rice, Redbirds .317:
we lucky taxpayers. write to the Personal Census
I Beryl Rice, Redbirds: .311 -
Members of the House thoughta : Service Branch, Bureau of
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I Williams, Redbirds .300 CANT ALOUPES.
,
"'t Franklin, Falcons .292 bill was needed under which: the Census, Pittsburg Kansas, .
aj = rIt
;" we could pay the bills of a coupleof :or an application form. A fee ) ;
RUNS guys whose tabs we been pick. if $3.00 is charged for a search !! } s I 9t }..1...... Ta
Miller!
Stags 15 I! ing up with no bill providing foi jf not more than two censuses i 1
For, Falcons UPik ds' h'v1 h? 77. Mvs v Y.v= jn,4" !
us providers to provide. lor one person and for one copy
la.Jalcons 11 $
jf the information found. Additional
t The House bill is, of course
.
M. 'Ri<*r Redbirds 11 copies cost $1.00 each. An '
\ Ue. "Redbirds ultra conservative. It limits the ER" 1
13 .
jxpieLted search costs $4.00. Expedited 1 JUMBO
Burgess, Falcons 13 amount of our money the boys searches are usually, :
PITCHING may blow betwix election anc ompleted within a few days 1

B. Johnson, Falcons G 1 'nauguration to $1.3 million. while the routine $3.00 search Land 0' Sunshine '111! 1 All Flavors Thrifty Maid Size 27'sSAVE ,
Stags 3 1 1
Alvarez The money is not tax deduct. .nay take up to 30 days, depending 1
Oliver, Redbirds 4 2 able. It will be deducted tax. upon the backlog of requests.The 1
!Beryl Rice, Redbirds 3 2 The fund be boosted wher. personal information in I 1
I Pikjila, Falcons 4 3 may BUTTER 1 Ice MILK
the bill gets to the Senate. Sen .he records of the 1900 and later 1 :'
Duller Stags 4 4
ators are reported to be swamped censuses is confidential by law 1/
with mail from indignant tax. and may be furnished only upon d d (

In 1922, several makes of cars payers asking an increase. written request of the person to Limit 50 Extra#tf Creel Stops] .
introduced whom it elates or, for a properpurpose I
gasulne guages on The concensus the ta
among with
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
their a legal representative
instrument panels. Last burdened is it's unreasonable t< order lF
yeas, gasoline and oil advertisers expect the Prez and Vice ,Prez juch as a guardian or adm.nis-I ONE FROIEN SOUTHERN
invested than rator of an estate. Information f491 Chocolate Cake
million
more $30 elect to get along for a coupl
in newspaper advertising. I i of months on only C50,000 each egarding a child who has not : E \',
-- :cached legal age may be ob-I B COOO THRU AUGUST >R9AT

.ained upon. the written requestof ANY WINN-DIXIE .,
st I
either parent. j
6Nr+
Floridat. _ i-'il I

NassauPulpwood Leads In Wit! EA. STANDARD Limit 3 with $5.00 order or more. -- J d I

E, t. a circus tun HarvestOf l' 50 WITH Ei THIS Ira GOUfOH iW/-CreesSImps'j AND PURCHASE Of 1
r T 5i
of summe1 omatoes N-303 CAN ONE I-... ,... FROZEN PAN.RED
.
Breaded
-. ; 1 14, ,441 CordsFlorida's w E G/11 Shrimp
# I SAVE U* EA. BLUE or WHITE ARROW limit I with $5.00 food order< l ; ,4 GOOD THRU AUautT IROAT A

eo I Ii pulpwood harvest ANY WINIUMXIE(
w f .ir for 1962 totaled 2,464,500 cords G0.EEA STAM,7 r7L Ad.
48 a.r.
t a nine cent increase over Detergent
per
tt v6uNnox
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wi GvE
1
w r jI j- the year before. I <
This percentage increase for .
: the year outstripped the six percent SAVE 10* EADEEP SOUTH SALAD.Dressing GREA ,
N.-
E -, gain scored by the southernstates STAMPS
fsoairiawWITH Staiis
rear
as a whole.
-- STATE In volume of pulpwood cut, : QUART JAR 29 wE Grt THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFTHREC ',

.
Florida was fourth among the / PKGS. FROZEN
'r southern states. Georgia held GREEA
: STAMPS Tropicana l Fruit Bars
first place, as it has for 15 years, SAVE .c4! 4 EA. THRIFTY MAID J .' ..: 'li'l. .. .
followed by Alabama and South .. rrlGr, .m..o.o"RD
Carolina. ;Sunshine State AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
pulpwood -
: k oy production was 94 percent Apple Sauce 3 O3 CAN 10F: 2.GREEA 2. ,

... a' from pine, with the remain suMPs
k
v k ing six per cent hardwood.

1ERNANDINAT $ "4 Among the 63 counties in i SAVE 6* EA. THRIFTY MAID TOMATO "i 1 wit Wvt 1kGREEA ,r 4)l
Florida where pulpwood
was
BEACH :' 4j produced, leading were Nassau ra aen ai l
with 148,441 standard cords;, C 2 251. '
t 11
BOTTLES
'oz.
I a WITH THIS COUPOty AND PURCHASE OF
Marion 127,875; Taylor 121,910; sup w ,
Duval, 107,207; and Santa Rosa, : Out Pxa FHOZCM PAN RCDI

,.. 98,316. SAVE 5-2/3< EA. CRACKIN' GOOD DIXIE .,.svi. I ( Shrimp Greek
Florida ranks second among STAMP! 'OODT.'uo.,, IRO '

, ,. : capacity.all states pulpwood Even in industrial harvests with heavy in pulping Florida annual E Jumbo J Pies 3 12CT.PKGS,. $1. W GIE S4 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE .:

i I instate mills annually import
C 01tNo EEA
ORMOND 45 cent of their
BEACH some per
: raw pulpwood from outside Flor ..:g d,. d s::: J
,
S74T : :; 50 Extra '}/ M .
p
ida.Of Green Sial"
: [ MExIra rGreenSfainps
c. < t 80 southern pulpmills operating WITH THIS 50 Exlra, Green Slalps
,. d f. nine are located in Flor COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF GREEA WITH THIS COUPON: AND PURCHASE OF
iPAI/! > ida, with pulpwood convertedinto ONE GIANT TUB ONE 20-oz. JAR TROPICAL STAMP}
:: / _f oNC 100-CT. 'KG.
L paper or cellulose. Colgate Tooth Paste Preserves
i1 \ Strawberry rrkGvf
.
"Demand for paper and pulp COOO THRU AUGUST >RO DXI., HOlil Tea Bags
wood products expands each GOOD THRU AUGUST 3RD
AT GOOD THltU AUGUST TAO
I year," said State Forester C. H.I 57 ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE GREEA AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
P''J. I I -r- ( ss d l1AMV! ,
h(
:. ;,' \ Coulter "with increasing needs ryrr ., d
-
; ,': for old products and discoveries ? N.Irrl.
-= HIGH SPRINGS ;'" of new uses for wood each year."

.. ,-- ,' Landowners may look forward Dmit .... .
1l"
... i' to increasing markets for their \ J
Coulter said. }.r 'J'r. ;
The state's four nurseries, op & ;
1 (T's' I by the Florida Forest La.

will release 80,000,000 YOUR CHOICE f YOUR I CHOICE I ,
for planting duringthe
n late fall and winter monthsof t : \
t
196364. I VACUUM PACKED ", %$ ,Y ALL PURPOSE OIL ; slfQ, M''

See more of Florida this V

} z summer.Parks Visit and enjoy your State their Trade At Home Ii Astor Coffee f\\ Astor Oil


I .= natural beauty- their I
i
.:: fine recreation facilities. L1 1-LB. CAN I 24-ot. BOT.
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.=. For a circus of summer r COOPER'SLAUNDRY SAVE I: -
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SAVE 12
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.:. fun visit/ your Staler \-. 7 ,

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......<,< .. MAXWELL HOUSE. Save 1 10MAXWEU < ALL PURPOSE OIL Save 11*

Coin OperatedMrs. Coffee 1-LB. S9 {fjmit r Wesson2z28

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... Manager V more food order. "
t .w/ food order
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I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday :August 1, 1963 Page -fllni- I

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PEARS FRESH PICKED daily,i I THREE ROOM FURNISHED : I

$2.00 bushel. Weekends only. apartment. 407 Cedar. Call ments, groceries, gasoline, gifts Lt. James B. Cone Sr., is scheduled to complete .

f WANT AD RATES W. J. Lohman AlA Amelia 2615836. A8c and souvenirs, drugs and cosmetics I two weeks of annual active' uty--

City. tic, professional and personal In Annual TrainingAt training at Fort McClellan,71y '
J& per word .75 minimum TWO NICELY FURNISHEDrooms services and the like. Ft. McClellanFort I on August 25.Lieutenant << .,-
t MATCHED SET Diamond 301 Broome 'St. Call
of Thanks Resolutions and ,
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Presently 84 percent of our Cone is assiQ ;::
wedding band, Priced to 261-3770 after 5. tfc
new.
K and Similar Notice i tourists, numbering some 13 McClellan, Ala. (AHTNC) as a platoon leader in the 98bh-
sell. See Bertie at Florida -
4 l 3 per word $LOO minimum Bank. tfc. NICE ROOM with private bath, i million annually% come by auto- Army Reserve 1st Lt. JamesB. Chemical Company, an rhlj r

.. Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687or private entrance, half block mobile and spend money in Cone, son of Mrs. J. B. Cone, Reserve unit in Gainesville..,,1'.::

-w place ad at office WILSON GOLF CLUBS and from Post Office. Phone 261-I every area from- Pensacola and The Lieutenant is a gra1"c:;: ;

bag. two woods, 4 irons, put. 4341. tfc Jacksonville to Tallahassee, of Fernandina High Schoorr{ r .-

; ... 511 Ash Street ter. Used four times, $55. TWO ROOM FURNISHED apartment -I ESTATE Ocala, Orlando, Tampa and section of the nation and every received a B. S. degree inlffir: :

J Phone 261-5352. tfc suitable for couples tTiCopnLAP' ; points between. 'corner of the globe. from Mississippi State University --- -
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only. 310 N.:.5th St tfc ,I ; While world fairs are temporary Passage of the Redevelopment State College. =::"' :
: FOR SALE KINGSBERRY HOMESA I l attractions, Florida's inter-, Act extension by the House will
FEW OF OUR FOR BEACH RENTALS, call 261- will be ,
ama permanent with accumulative -, speed the completion of this Newspaper advertising brings

OPI!RTUNITY) TO OWN beau. MANY FINE LISTINGS 4642, W. I. McCranie. Will be drawing power, that splendid project for the benefitof the merchants' "showcase" .into..

i, tifnl Spinet-Console Piano, will 1. Two-month-old masonry, three glad to show anyone the beach will speed up the developmentof Florida and the Nation. I your home. ::

f rewrite on small payments for bedroom house for sale. Owner apts and cottages. tic the whole state with resultant I

party with good credit. Will left and house can be purchased LOVELY VACATION oceanfront benefit to every area.

I transfer and guarantee. Write for two months' payments. downstairs apartment Because of the investment involved

Hone Office, Joplin Piano Co., Entire cash needed is just over with fenced in yard. Sleeps 10 great care in surveyingits

I Jojlin, Mo. 10000. Payments will be to 12 people. Phone 261-3174. possibilities has been con- For Fast Efficient
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$55.00 per month. Large lot, tfc ducted, and conservative estimates .

GIBSON THIN SOLID BODY outside of town. Pump and indicate that when it becomes [ eo

guitar with case and Silver. deep rock well on property. SMALL UNFURNISHED house { operative we can depend!

tojje 10 watt amplifier with School bus service for children. for rent 1310 Franklin St Call .......;..:...:..:;.:;:.:.:::.:::... '!..:,.:.....\. on an annual rate of 15 million I| -
trwnblo. Excellent condition. Move in and take immediate 261-5277 for further information.tic. \ :::::::::l l ;;: :::;:: visitors who will spend $1 bile i ,

$150. Ph. 2G1-5G06(; (; James possession. No credit checkingor (1.l l t rj : .. ".c.-.......".........,...o'. -'.' lion in stores, hotels, restaurants !I I L.P GAS'Delivery
:': : .
Servi4 ::: :
Anderson Blackrock Rd. closing costs involved. Must :- and other business establish-1 I

A8p1I0tSE be sold within next 10 days. THREE BEDROOM house, Five 1SE ment the length and breadth of ;

w_ 2. New Kingsberry home. Masonry Points. Call 2615421. tfc THAT MR. JACKSON \INSISTS\ ON Florida and automatically create !
FOR SALE Ph. 2G1-/
and Cedar Shake construc-
BEACH APARTMENT, furnish. CHEAPLOWLAND 100,000 new jobs as well as add ;
4359.- Alp tion. Four bedrooms, two baths ed. Year round rental, must LOOKING\ \ INTO THAT $40 million in new tax revenue I
and large family room. Three ACREAGE BOSS/ & Service '
YUhEE THREE BEDROOM be locally employed. $60 per to the state. 1 ,
level and beautiful patio-gar. month. 278 S. Fletcher tic i
masonry home, % acre lot These benefits would be permanent ,
l lasge tree. Immediate occupartly. den area off family room. not temporary, and could i|
Double Built-in UPPER LECK API'S. Completely
I lance Construction Co car garage. Too Late normally be expected to increase j
kitchen and central heat to furnished including TV r
2.5173 or 2255401. tfc SITUATION from year to year. It should become !
all rooms automatically con Phone 2613118. tfc I '
-----'----- an international attraction: BullsBogle "
DUWKBEDS WITH MATTRESS. trolled. No down payments for WANTEDMATURE To ClassifyBY every''
Veterans and ONE THREE room furnished that will pull visitors from j
Fflam rubber Mattress boxSWings. approximately -- ,
Ph. 225-5401. tie $1,500 down includes all closing house. RUSSELL KAY
# BUSINESS LADY desires ;
--- ---- costs if purchased underF.
0.vi1 MODEL 40 UP Elcc- II. A. terms. Trade in ac TWO BEDROOM unfurnished position in or near Fer :-b. Tremendous' benefits to Flor INTRODUCINGMIKE

t c start Johnson 'Motor ceptable. Located on curve in house. nandina Beach. Has 22 years rid "-*ilI come from the passage

with 3 hours on it. Mr. Connelh Pirates Cove subdivision. *r experience in office work 18 O t f,*the Area Redevelopment Act Call 2255146Good

2M-5751. 0 Ale H. F. SAHLMAflPHONE as office manager. Neat ap FIALA _,
3. We have a fairly new three :extension, which has already
pearance. Capable of assuming
bedroom house with 261.3221 cleared the Senate, thanks to
masonry
FOK{ SALE 1956 Chevrolet 4- responsibilities. Write Box 819.
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and with outdoor the effective work of Senators
dllOr, good tires, fair condition. carport patio SMALL FURNISHED cottage, Alp who, as a Metropolitan
Holland and and
Owned Veterans Smathers
fireplace. by 'I now
$295 or best offer. Howard electric kitchen. Lone Oaks. '
Administration. $100.00 down under consideration in the House, representative, will be gladto ,
Ragan at News-Leader. ne Phone 2615066. tic PUBLIC NOTICE
and low monthly payments. *.t.* ,> lha vote expected shortly. provide information about ,

FIRST LISTING OF A THREE I Immediate possession. NOTICE 01' EQUALIZATIONBOARD MEETING r.The' two Florida senators .' of

BEDROOM IK bath-house 4. We have 4 houses available, MISCELLANEOUS t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that dated an aura of respectability your security program, your I '

i iu, Pirates Cove-by owner. with three bedrooms in nice the Fernandina City Commission Reach: will of the sit City as of aBoard wr ARA in Florida by an amend Social Security benefits, Ac- ,:.

Double carport, screened porch, neighborhoods, for approxi LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS of Equalization on August 3, ment making it possible for Housekeeping-
lwge, paneled family room. mately $500.00 down. Let us help with your drinking 1063. at 8:00: P.M. at the City hall, to Florida's Interama project to cident and Health insurance,

Oftntrol heat, plus 13' 8" x 11' show you these so you can be: problem Write Box 338, hear cerning all property complaints assessments or requests inFer con--?:,qualify! for ARA participation inItaiTing or Retirement Income. Just

4* unfinished room. Ph. 201- settled before school starts. City or Phone Jax. El 67700. Dandina leach: Florida. the enterprise.
David M. liatchel; < 3 passage of the bill the write or phone. I
W5. Ale 5. Who wants a three bedroom tic City Manager by Gas
a brick home just outside the City Auditor and ClerkIt i I Hduse would make possible Fed- -

GAB! RANGE space heaters, city limits with ,city water but COMPLETE LAWN MAINTENANCE 8-1 erai' financial participation in

llOOO and 36,000 BTU. Like no city taxes? Immediate possession janitor service. We Intejrama similar to the governments MIKE '
new. C17 S. 15th. Call 261- with down payment of I solve your moving problems. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE $10 million participationin -.t 1' .

5105. Alp $325. and $59.50 per month. Ph. 2615135. A8c OX OF HEARING the Seattle World's Fair and |i FIALAPhone : Co
SCHOOL ItUDi.ETA U 7 million in the New YorkWorld's 225-5146 _
Move in now! ,
M.-tFBLE TOP occasional table, C.V.. HOWARD, General Contractor public hearing will be held by 'v
the HOard of Public Instruction of Nassau ( Fair. -
KINGSBERRY HOMES YULEE FLA. :
: $12. Baby carriage converts unlimited 2613329Fernandina \ ,
experience'in : County. Florida in the Courthouse I I Interama is Florida's -
to car-bed sturdy high PAUL C. BURNS all types of buildings. Ph. Fernandina Beach, Florida, on permanent R Beach f -
.REALTOR Wednesday August 14, 1963, at 11:00 i world trade and, cultural -
cjjair. Child's 'rocker, $3.93.SWELL'S ; -
tt; 2615008. tie A.M., for the of
purpose discussing center under construction in Line Of
319 So. 8th St. Phone 261.3606 Complete Appliances
'SWAP' SHOP
1CN with the citizens tne proposed
!: budgetof
Life !
Metropolitan Insurance
I Company
WE TOP AND the Hoard of Public Dade County by the Inter-Am-
Instruction
l' I 4th.lOQlFT. P.S. Almost forgot one of our TRIM trees, do cf '
yard work. Call Nassau County for U.eear beginning erican Center (Authority, a state New York 18, N. Y. -
If
best listings. We have a three 2613978. I I July 1, 1S63. '
,\ : RIVER FRONTAGE bedroom home on the beach no answer call 261-3145. I THE TENTATIVE BUDGET: agency

Amelia City. lot COO Ft. deep with garage and beautiful yard I tfc RECEIPTS Federal Sources: $ -0- Dade Already County, the and State the of Florida City of, -" " "

\. : remodeled two-story frame that can be bought much less: VANITY BEAUTY SHOP State Sources 1.194.397
1 home. ShowA by appointment Local Sources 't O,568 Miami: have contributed or com BEAT THE HEAT WITH THESE
than. its actual value. Be sure Thrifty : :
only. Ph. 2G1-5382. tfc permanent wave, $5.95. Cash Balances 76,560 mitted almost $100 million to-| '

you check with us on this if Distinctive service, budget State Capital Outlay ward the development of this I ..,. .,. ., .....,
Balances '' <<" ": """"' $ ,
60.242 .. r'. r.v.0"\ ..
BC&T, MOTOR and trailer you want a beach home insteadof prices. Telephone 261-4686 for Investments (S.IIE.) :34,762 great international mart and :| : F r .. r4... --'o/w: J..wlK r.' : f" ):: :: fj"., IE: .,

WC2 model. Good buy con. just a beach house. appointment. tie From other counties 2.000 Federal aid through ARA, which i I- jI : i ".wi' t=' .J; ,. '. ; i Ii' j x,:.; I ::: ..
Haddock, 204 S.Gth I Total Receipts $1.828,549EXPENDITURES I l Jf: L;, ("j": t". ? '.j ;: .'.( -=. ]J.: i ;; ..! :./ .
ttrt Lynn tfc QUALITY HOMES by John J. HOME MADE POUND cakes, I Non : would take the form of construction !I .. .,..,>,.-..,,.. \ .,,,".'._--, ,.t'1. !"...".. .I. '"..Q'.' _, ," ', ,'f ...
St. Ph. 261-4248. -program courses 1,000 tiJ
Eynon Construction Co., Jacksonville layer and birthday cakes pies. General Control 47.856 of a Federal building and Ji i II III -ii IiII' iiiiii. .,

BW-.-A -HOMESITE--on -the Nas- 733-1343. FRAME All kinds. Call Patricia Looge.1 I Instruction 1,218,726: Latin-American pavilions would e ;: l ti '::' ::'

dlu' River Beautiful higha&d BLOCK BRICK. No money 2615332. \ 'l\ .i':\ tfc Operation of of Plant Plant 110,000Maintenarce 70,000 speed its progress toward com t 'Yi i j 1'' .f;".. !. : J. ,t' rrt": F t/t" ,. :
down lot. Ten and 12 pletion by 191.Conservative(; ; Jit 'Ur
on
your Auxiliary Services
Nassau"ille.Others I I 114,000 VI b ,
lots It
at ,
dry year financing. Fully completed FLOOR SANDING; and refinish- Fixed Charges 33.00 independent surveys -i ...,. rt Ik'fl 1 t<='':X1J' S

with waterfront privil includes 2 inch wall, tank ing. Floor tile Paul E,, Hanson. Capital Outlay 32,000 indicate that not only all of q.. ,! JfJ. tt t.r l.*..
Debt Service 49,107 > ..j. th fI .
down t
eges. Small payment. and pump sept c tank tile Phone 2614609. ticVELMA'S Transfer to Interest & Sinking Florida but the South as well ;i ., :ru.. :z fflWI::;,. :} ? ::",$/ f''! :
suit Phone Francis
Terms to bath hardwood floors. Also Total Fund 50.225 will benefit from the project. A i:| t
Jackson KIDDIE Expenditures $1,725,914
Ellis, POpular 5-2661. NURSERY
home remodeling additions, RESERVES: permanent annual revenue boost I|
Ie
ulle. WeTllfEE By hour, day or week. 102 Foundation C. 0. and D. S. e
complete} plumbing. Three to 7 of $1 billion in Florida alone is :
S. 10th Ph. Fund _
St. 261-4686 for
$ 67,360 Bedroom HOT
BEDROOM I concrete years, bank rates. ORVILLE appointment. tfc. Reserve for Contingencies 601 anticipated along with the creation t e
Uock wash WAHLIN, rep., 540 North Flet I Reserve for S. B. E. 34,674 of 100,000 jobs over the
utility room ..
Total Reserves $ 102,633:: Don't suffer through another night! Choose -
I cher, Fernandina Beach, phone QUALIFIED YOUNG WIFE next five years. | ..
arid dryer nice neighborhood Total Appropriations Transfer &
this Extra-Quiet General Electric Air Cond-
261-5027. tic will children : Reserves 11,828,549 In addition to bringing mil. -e
for
Only $250 down payment care your while
tioner and in cool relaxed
comfort!
sleep
Interest and Sinking Fund lions of visitors to Florida each ,
I I work. Also of
#Gl includes insurance. you capable tutoring RECEIPTS: e e
FOUR BEDROOM HOME, just
t. 225-5479.. AlpcTS'STAL Ph. 2C1-5900.!) tie Receipts and transfers in $ 113,577 year, it will create sorely needed 10- ositlon Thermostat!
I .___ ..__. ___ off Atlantic Avenue. Fencedin --- -- Cash 84.194 employment and help relive the Ite
SERVING dishes yard just $475 down. Total Expenditures $ 197.771 116,169 I Cuban refugee situation in this 9 Ventilation Control! e

open stock, white china HELP WANTED Cash Reserves 81.602 state. I i Ie': Washable Air Filter!
FOREST HILLS 3 bedroom Total 197.771 I : e
ariental To reach the Interama Center ,
pictures: some an.
County millage for the support of' Five Rotator Air Directors!
S
tiques. Sill ELL'S.. SWAP 2 bath home not a project CARRIER FOR FLORIDA Times the County Schools will be: visitors would traverse the state \ e

gllOP, 16 N. 4th-St 12,750 $500 down. Union and Jax. Journal, in County 10 'I leaving millions of dollars in : o Two Fan Speeds! -:-
District 10 .
1 Callahan District Call Fer- District Interest and Sinking Fund' their wake in expenditures for, ..
l 12t S. 17th STREET 154 x 140 John T. Ferreira & Son nandina 261-3C29 or Gaincs- Levy: lodging, food, drink, amuse 1 As low as ..i

lot FHA appraised'i at $11,000 JOS Atlantic Are. Phone 261-5571 vine collect FR 24451. ASp District District No.No. 2 1 5.5-0- I

filing $10,750. ---- .. ---- ---" -- District No. 3 -0- PUBLIC NOTICE $149.95V.T.
."frtr & BRAND NEW: 753 pound capa- WANTED SALESLADY for bak District No. 4 -0- I : :
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
BEACH HOMES( : city chest type freezer. 1 year cry. Apply at Buccaneer Bak- District No.John 5 T. Weisner -0- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX I

52t N. FLETCHER! AVE., three guarantee. $278.00 Call 261- cry Ale: Superintendent and Secretary to I AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, 1 LOUIDA. 'I .e

brdroom apartment, furnished. 4491 Chucks T.V. tic the Hoard of Public Instruction I IV CHANCERY. '
x 100 lot $11,000. GUARANTEED N. Y. LIVE-IN of Nassau County Florida IN NO.RE:2690 Adoption of : :
2t 8.1, 8
f RUN.A.BOUT boat with con. Maid jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare i DONNA JEAN liOYD, i Living! Room m a ; ;

Ii OJTE: DUPLEX AND ONE FUR. trols, trailer and 35 horse advanced. Mallory Agency, 570 a Minor. It
PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE I NOTICE TO APPEAR _) ? Choose this .,
Will sell Merrick Rd. Lynbrook N. Y. Need extra-big cooling power
WISHED EFFICIENCY apartment motor. as complete THE STATE OF FLORIDA 1 ;
outfit or separate. Ph. 261 A29eGIRL TO CREDITORS Ii,'TO: ROBERT HARRISON BOYD todart Extra-Quiet General Elatnc'AitI It
I l'' near fishing: pier. Corr IN THE COUNTY JUDi.E'S COURT, -it D. No. 1, P. 0. Cox 36 I Conditioner. '
; location. $18,500. 4610. tic FOR GENERAL OFFICE LAND 10R NASSAU COUNTY: NEWPORT, PENNSYLVANIAYou !I __ "
.. FLORIDA. PROBATE. are herebY notified that a pftition :
I
& & ;> LOVELY RED BRICK home. WORK must be high school No. 2035 .. has been filed in the Circuit ; e ,, Ventilates! FiifersIIf
: :178 S. Flecher LV RE ESTATE OF .ccurt for Nassau County. }Florida '
205 S. 19th. Across from Sr. graduate and accurate typist : in '
tDehumidifles!
CLARENCE LAMAR PERDUE, dwDcery. by Phillip E. Taylor joinedby ee
OCEAN SIDE three bedroom
High School Will take a lot Good working conditions, excellent deceased. hs wife, Peggy Joyce Taylor: forte
Rome. Servant's quarters. on beach for down payment benefits, and starting TO: All Creditors and All Persons IUt : adoption of a minor child of whomit rt Automatic Tenperabire Cobs! ee
I C. W. Howard, builder, Ph. salary. Ph. 225-5122 for ap.pointment Estate: antf" ou are hereby commanded to It
M 309 South 6th St. 261- OO8. tic tfc I I. You. and each of you are hereby appear in said Court on Thursday the
Tip STORY duplex. Freshly notified and required to present any 15th day of August. A. D. 1963. and
Equal Opportunity Employer
claims and demands which show cause if any, why said petition
you or
jointed. With new roof plumb. either of you. may have against the II should not be granted.WITNESS : : OnIy$15.OOdown I
fclg and wiring. $7,000.. FOR RENT HOME SALESMEN WANTED estate of Clarence Lamar Perdue, deceased my hand and seal of said
late of Nassau Court at Fernandina Reach: Florida
ir if Good commission Fullor County Florida I I..
m to the Honorable J. E. Weather- this lOta day of July A D.. 1963.TJEALI .
.. 403 S. 16th St. UNFURNISHED UPSTAIRS APARTMENT part time. No experience ford County Judge of Nassau Count -s. D. 0. OXLEYD. i i -5 : ;

3 :BEDROOM Masonry home _I very reason necessary, will train. Call ty. Florida and file: the same in his *-cuit. 0.Court4t OXLEY Clerk of the CirM WRITTEN WARRANTY .
office in the County Court House n
$100 down. able. Ph. 261-5364. Home on '261-5027 before 10 jun. tie. Nassau County, Florida within six 7-18. 23. 8-1. 8 ;S THIS IS A FACSIMILE OF THE -
calendar months from the date of the NEMA These Cenenl Electric room air conditioners
: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridaysor : NEMA SEAL When the actual seal _
: BEACH first publication hereof. Each claimor PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE e carry a onc.ycureplirwurantyl&Wtman-
PROPERTYFt Saturdays. tie: WANTEDWANTED demand shall be in writing, and I i is affiud to i room air conditioner,it i tifacturinf defects on the entire celt, and an a
229' OCEAN frontage, just 'shall state the place of residence and-,. OF MEETING OFt ,, e signifies that the nameplate BTU/Hr cooling ca- .. : additional four-year warranty applicable to .
FURNISHED LARGE UPPER post office address of the claimant TAX EQUALIZATION B04RD.
yputh of Blue Marlin Motel. *
is certified accurate by the National Electrical the seated refrigerant system.Thereisnothing e
and shall be sworn to by the claimant I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that e pacify
$iOO per front foot. APARTMENT. Clean and comfortable I NICE HOME for his agent or attorney and ant i tf County Assessor of Taxes wdimeet Manufacturers Association.
.. year round rates. cute, mixed breed puppies. such claim or demand' not so filed I with the Board of County Commissioners e e

Btu' OF THE YEAR 501 $48 monthly. 1631 S. Fletcher. I Mother is small breed housepet. shall'DATED be void.July 17th. 1961 I on Monday.as August a Board 19th.of 1963 Equalization at 10.00 e -just as good as" Gel\eral Electric !

Stanley Drive. 3 Bedrooms, 2aths Alp Call 261-3686 or evenings !s/ MARY WRIGHT PERDUE o'clock AJJ, at the County Courthouse \
large lot fenced in 261-4467. Mary Wright Perdue as Adminis at Fernandas teach: Florida 1 le .
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT tratrix of the estate of Clarence f9f the purpose of reviewing and I
backyard, plenty of shade Lamar Perdue deceased. I equalizing and hearing complaints and
frees and newly redecorated. Rest WANTED RIDE TO Jacksonville /HERBERT Wm FISHLER receiving testimony as to the value of,
shrubbery. $450tcwn year round. 1323 S. Fletcher University in fall Contemplating Herbert Wm. Fishier any property real or personal as I I I Ii Five Points & Hardware i
and $85 per month, see Ave. Ph. 2614123. tic 215'j! Atlantic Avenue fixed by the County Assessor of Taxes Grocery
classes.
Rrte. I ._ morning Fernandina Beach. Florida for the year 1963. I I I
Phone 261-3686. Attorney for said estate.4t I DATED this 30th day of July. A.D., :
-
: trtr TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED 7-18. :s. 8-1. 8 1963.
'
M Pete Ingrim, Salesman : apartment Year round. 223 s'l WANT TO BUY recent D. 0. Oxley FI Points Phone 261-5205 }
Y
Clerk to Board of
III L. 1.. Bohannon. Broker 1 Fletcher. Can be seen edition World Book. Phone Trade At Home Commissioners Nassau County ,

13 2-;. 4th St Phone 261-5269 I 5:00.: Ph. 261-5489 tic 26 -3998 County, Florida.'
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Page Ten 'news-heaaer, Fernandina..Beach"Florida j .- Thursday August 1, 1963- ST.,FET2RS:: EPISCOPAL Stabf tie new regulation, Adams ex I
CHURCHThe I Essay Contest Spvrs InterestIn plained.The TougliSatin
FIRST ASSEMBLY GOD I IRtf. Rev..James D. Ellisor. Rector( 'new law also provides that I
C t rh--Churches- 7:30 A.M. Holy communion woman who is comnrissienoj!
At The end any
-* E. A. Lewis, Pastor i 10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist Pulp Npr Industry as a notary public and subse- I

10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:15 A.M. Church School quently changes her name by I II ,
.CHURCH OF CHRIST ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLICCHURCH 11:00 ajn. __- Wonhi Service I 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young I While educators, employers, marriage or other method may ,
I _- South Hth Street 6:30 pjn. C. A. Youth Services I Churchmen and government experts ponderthe I continue to hold her commission i Fi'l"iSTi'' I i

Kenneth L Jones, Minister Rev: W. J. Holmes, Pastor 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 1 I, (This is the schedule of every unexpected drop in enrollment law Regulating : under the name in which it was''i
Suhdjyj Bible Study 10:00: a.m. Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th Thursday mid week service Sunday with the exception of the at engineering schools, a group issued until the commission ex, \ I
.Morning Worship ...11:00 a'.m. Sunday ____ 7:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m. last Sunday of the month) i in one industry pulp and paper Into pires. fir woodwork;

Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Sunday Mass ,-.?_._... 1st, 3rd has tackled the problem on a Notaries Goes Notaries public are appointed : baths kitchens' : t tQ
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH] local level with gratifying re:
Tuesday: Singing Practice 7:30 3th Sunday, 11:30 ..m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN by the Governor and commissioned '
;
: p.m. Monday, Young People 7 p.m. CHURCH Bailey RoadJ. suIts. Effect September 1 by the Secretary of State. $ beiatlfat!,it'j ianl to mlizr .
.
C. BYRD PASTOR
,
; John Dozier, Pastor I Two years ago the Southeastern I Some 15,000 new commissionsand this Icw-laster finish wHl tab
Held Rev. lovely
,
various
members
( at homes) Daily 8 am. Sunday School _..._..._ 10 A.M. Section of the Technical Association recommissions made
: Wednesday: Mid.Week Bible Saturday Convent Chapel 8:30' A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.1L I f of the Pulp and Paper Tallahassee Florida's 70OCO are annually. years of rugged wear..wuhu> after
Study ..............--..- 7:30 pjn. 6:30:: Communion in Convent Worship Services; _11:00 A. M Evening Service 7:30 P.M. Industry! (TAPPI) decided that notaries public will have to be absolutely -; lasbiflf.Easy to apply.It ccvers per
I. Thursday Ladies Class 10:30 ajn. 6:30 P.M. Young People'sMeeting. I Sunday School 9:45 AJL & 'I one major cause for the lac]; of honest in certifying docu- : fectiy dries rapidly. Color natci
field( at ,various members. homes) Youth Meetings 6:00 P.M. PRINCE OF PEACE interest in engineering is inadequate ments after September 1 or face 1 'There is a new drink called Incite"Wall Paint
Foreunade, the refreshment that
of five
a possible penalty up to
LUTHERAN CHURCH
( I orientation of the pre-col. in and fine never pauses." H. R. Smith, DIICOSatin
$5,000
Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor lege student. With the cooperation years jail a Brookville .
((0.) Star.
t when the law
new regulating no-
Phone 261.563.4Sunday of pulp and paper mills in
r School _w.- 9:45 a. m. I the Georgia-Carolina-Florida area, taries goes into effect. I Sheen EnamelWHITE

:p- .. Worship Service 11:00 a. m. !| it instituted all essay contest for I Secretary of State Tom Adams,i I CAREFUL AND 22 ICYttY
t oft I high school seniors. :Entrants alerting all of the state's notar-: 11 WITH FIRE. DECORATOR COLORSNassau

,-- -.- -- LAST SUNDAY OF THE write a short essay on any phaseof ; ies public to the law passed by
MONTH ,the paper industry that inter the 1963 Legislature, pointed out YOU CAN'T Building &
: jt 1''l .!-_ ;i_ f =: 7:30 A.M.Holy Communion ests them. Tp prepare their essays -j that a notary who falsely or rw. BUY BACK Co.
fraudulently notarizes docu- ; Supply
10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer the students have interviewed a \
: and Sermon papermakers and Jade their ment henceforth will be guilty ofa 4 A FOREST! 1129 S. 8th. Phone 261-3618
!! 11:15 A.M. Church School first visits to mills and labora- felony and subject. to a maxi- ------- ------- ----
.
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-- -- --
j'IIIII..Ijlijlllllllill'ilj'II'Illliil1111ljl! !! : I.I i 5:00: P.M.Churchmen Episcopal Young tories.Local winners are selected for mum plus a prison fine of term up to of$5,000.five year Pre- : ,

did
viously, the "notary public law
I each mill area, and a grand win. AUTO AIR-CONDITIONERS
I not 'set forth a penalty: for sucha
CHURCH Or GOD OF ner picked from these. Each local
:::t : ::: ::::::::::::::::::::t:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::;::::::::::: PROPHECYRev. 'winner and his faculty adviserare violation. RECHARGEDALL

:: ; ::;:: U::::: ::::: :::;:::::::::: :i:::::#;;;.:.::.;:::::;:::; II. C. Drury, Pastor I : awarded $50 by the sponsoring Simple failure to require rea-of
sonable the
I 10:00 a.m. Sunday School mill; the grand winner and proof of identity : MAKES AND MODELS
r. -- Training Union 7:00 his ,adviser receive $100 and $;)0 the person whose signature is be-
Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. I respectfully from. Southeastern ing notarized constitutes a misde- I GET YOUR UNIT READY FOR SUMMER NOWI!
Y p.m. .
the law,
{ TAPPI. meanor under new
Wed. Night Prayer Agency For CLARDY AirConditionersWE
Adams said,and is punishable bya ,
No detailed the
Meeting 8 pjn. follow-up
fine of to $500 imprison-
up or 0
4 k1I'I Wednesday: contestants has been made, but
ment not to exceed six months. I
SPECIALIZE IN -
this year's winner James Ry-
.R
CI 'pant, Jr., of Fernandina Beach, Ignorance or absence of intentto : 6 Tune-Up
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Florida, will enter the pulp and defraud in falsely notarizing a 0 Wheel Alignment
CHURCH document is no defense. The new
school at North 'Carolina
paper 0 Automatic Transmission
Amelia Near Intersection i I Repairs
City
State College. Of the seventy law requires that a notary public
AlA other contestants (compared to have proof of identity in all signatures
A. F. Gerhhardt, Pastor seventeen the first year), several being notarized. I REYfJGLDS MOTOR COMPANY

rf:00 a.m. Morning Service have ,expressed interest in the Deliberately notarizing false information i!
t'iIil 9:00 a.m. Sunday School same school. constitutes a felony, Your Local Oldsmobile Dealer]

it Participating mills were: and ignorantly notarizing a false i I 232 South 8th Street Phone 2C1-3122

f .CHURCH OP GO) Rayon'er! Inc. Jesup, Ga.. document is a misdemeanor under .
I Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. Brunswick Pulp .& Paper Co. - -- -- '- -- ----,

I R(v. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor Brunswick, Ga.
: Why suffer.through another summer?
e NO MONEY DOWN' Phone 261-3807 Sonoco Products Co Hartsville,
--- If you act now, you can njoy the I 10:00 a.ra. ,_ Sunday School S. C. I

quiet, comfort cooling of a Carrier I 11:00 a.m, -- Morning Service I Rayoni'r, Inc. Fernandina

: o LARGE SELECTION Room Air Conditioner.. .. : Y_U E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. Beach, Fla.Continental. _
r:30 p.m. ._ Evening Service Can Co., Inc.: Au-
There's a model to match any size '
room, ,any budget ''from 5,600 Prayer meeting Wednesday I' gusta, Ga.
1 S PROMPT, EXPERT : 7:30 p.m. St. Marys Kraft Corp. St.
t to '23,500! BTU. Realize big savings. Marys, Ga.Container.

J I INSTALLATION,. Stop in today! TABERNACLE BAPTIST I Corp. of America
O Aa _
CIIURCII Fernandina Beach, Fla. r
Amelia Road Phone 261-3487 West Virginia Pulp & PaperCo.
Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor Charleston, S. C.
Sunday School 10 a.m. ,
Next contest
years just announced -
Morning Worship 11 a.m.I'I' by a committee composedof 4Y
Evening Worship 7 '! John Tracy, Rayonier Inc., B.
I LEU Reese Plumbing & Heating Co. I I Wednesday Service 7 P.m M. Reaves, Sonoco Products Co., a ,
& I and V. F. Waters, Southern Pulp
I BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH & Paper Manufacturer\ is ex-
I

"We Service Everything We Sell" Rev.429 John South O'Xeil 6th ,Street Pastor I the pected participaion to attract of 150 a dozen entries and See These Special Deals Today!

1101 SO. 8th STREET PHONE 2614892
Sunday Services: According to Mr. Tracy, milb'j I
10:00 A.M. Sunday School I all outward appearances, '
I960 FORD 6 Sedan :
11:00 A.M. Morning Worshir primary objective of the contest I : Cylinder
6:30 p.m. ___ is being achieved. The publicity ONLY $895
RADIO AND 'HEATER EXTRA SHARP
7:00 P.M., Men's Prayer B.T.u.I which accompanies the contest in I i
FULL PRICE
7:30 p.m. Evening this part of the country is doinga i .
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Tuesday; : great deal to 'encourage high -
I I
J JI 7:00 p.m. Visitation school! students to investigate the ',
1956
$ '" .... advantages" of a career in pulp II J I OLDSMOBILE 88 $1 S 95 :

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. and paper. ,: 4-DOOR SEDAN RADIO AND HEATER ONLY ,
J. T. Dunnam Pastor The Southeastern Section i is POWER STEERING, POWER( BRAKES
,
Worship Services: 8:30: A.M. not the only TAPPI group involved ----- -- - .
11:00: A.M I in career guidance through j i
I M 8:00 P.M. I II essay contests. The eastern district 1956 OLDSMOBILE 88 $ :
I Sunday School 9:45: A.M. : of TAPPI's Empire State j S9 ,
I Training Union _6:45 P.M. i Section also has a high school j! 2-DOQR HARDTOP, POWER STEERING ONLY ;J
Service ( essay program in upstate New'
Prayer Wednesday POWER DRAKES, RADIO AND HEATER
I 7:30 P.M. [ York. Its most recent contest j) -- --- -- -- -- ---- .
drew participation from ten f
*
4 MEMORIAL METHODIST schools, wih 57 girls and 35 boys j 232 South Phone

CHURCH submitting essays. ,I 8th Street R Id S VIOIO i izOv
eyno 261.3122
Nelson P. Moyer, Pastor

I : .. 1.0 U .N G E 9:45 11:00: a.m.ajn.-__..__Morning. Sunday Worship School Try A Classified I. .

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6:15 p.m. _MYF: Supper & Pro
grams f,
ATLANTIC; AVENUE ,AT THE BEACH 7:30 p.m. _' Evening Worship

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FIVE POINTS BAPTIST. S Frost-Proof!
CHURCH V .
.
,J. W. Keen..Pastor(. : i .. .
1 l f i a1 ( ( f .t < 9t 9:45: aim ___ -- Sunday School Budget Price ,
t
'%' 11:00 LiiI
a.m. Morning Worship I .
I I.fi
I t i', a ,f fp 1 6:30 pja. Training Union I .; Porcelain ;
[ .:3\ p.m. Evening Worship j

Wednesday prayer service, 7:3(' I ..
r I'Him Enamel too !
? tt ,
$ k 1
4 NORTH lith STREET d j
BAPTIST CHURCII V V ( I 2

Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor I ',.:' j Frost-Proof by Frigidalre never .
: $ 9:45 a.m Sunday School V VV.r._ I :. needs defrosting even in. freezer -.:
., .VV
11:00 ajn. Morning Worship .__ ___ VV 5 r section!
7:00 p.m. B.T.U. _
f f 8:00 pjn. Evening Worship Exclusive Porcelain finish inside
7:30 pjn. Mid-Week Services -
rust
I 1 and out-won't fadewon't
Wednesday ;
Ak11S4tY IIi I 100-Ib. zero zone freezer with.i

1 i PINE GROVE CHURCH BAPTIST I } separate insulated door. ; j

1 3 ti Rev A. Z. Knight, Pastor 11 '- 4. a Twin glide-out fruit and vegetable

: 1ijt k M Y Sunday School 9:45 a.m. r Hydrators hold nearly % bushel! I
1 "+ I
I Morning Worship 11 ,
11:00 aim Morning Service a.m I : t V 1 q .. Extra storage in the door for butter,

7:30 pjn. Evangelistic Service I / eggs, tallest bottles, even % IP
i iI I gallons of milk.
W.M.B.j I I I
7:30 pjn. Wednesday V.LB. Young i
People : Frigidaire dependability: too! i

!r! uP 7:45 ,_ Prayer Meeting 1-

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